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TAE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1931

THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1931

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COMiPETE

IN TANK HEET

OOKLYN ROSTER
'ANDING IN LEAGUET
TO GO TO RAYS
Wolverine Track Squad Leaves
for Champaign To rw;v
Lineup Indefini .
:A contingent of Michigan track
* estars will leave Ann Arbor tomor-
- row morning at 9:30 bound for
Champaign'to put in their bid for
honor positions at the annual Uni-
versity of Illinois Rey Carnival
which will be held there Gaturday.
Although the definite entries for
the Wolverines have not been an-
nounced as yet, the Maize and Blue
will be entered in the mile and two
mile relays, the shuttle relay, the
hurdles, the 75-yard sprints, and
probably .the 300 meter run. Eddie
Tolan and Jack Campbell will make
Associated Press Phot the trip, competing in the 75-yard
Lefty O'Doul event while Campbell may also get
an opportunity to do his stuff in
O'Dou's presence assuies Manag- the 300 meter.
er Wilber t Robinson of one of the Relay Team Good.
best outfields in organized baseball. A shuttle relay team doing the
Tin fchampioNationalLn pairbat 320-yard high hurdles will feature
with Babe Herman, who always is the Michigan entry. The delegation
in the race for leading hitter, and from here will be made up of Egles-
Johnny Frederick, doubles king of ton, Jackson, Haefele, DeBaker. This
the senior loop. This trio will take quartet has been showing some fine
a back seat to none when it comes farm in the event and will probably
to pasting the ball to all corners of De one of the outstanding contend-
the lot. While it may not be the ers for first place at the meet.
best fielding trio in the majors, ,its The mile relay team which set
work in the garden will be more the new field house record of 3:26.2
than offset by its batting strength. a couple of weeks ago and repeated
Infield is Strong. the stunt to win the Conference
asevent last week will probably be
Little has been sacrificed in a the strongest contender wearing
batting way in the infield either, the Maize and Blue colors. Ekno-
for that matter. Del Bissonette, vich, DeBaker, Glading and Russell
guardian of the first base cushion, were the quartet which made up
is a home run hitter of note, while this winning relay team, but it is
Thompson has always been an aid possible that Eknovich may be
in the Phillie attack. Glenn Wright' saved for competition in the two-
at shortstop is one of the best mile relay event. Mueller has been
shortfielders in baseball, not to showing up well of late and may
mention his ability to pound the take the vacant post i he can beat
ball with the best of them.nAtdthird out Mosser or Noyes for i.n
base Wally Gilbert, while not asA
hard a hitter as the rest of the Austi May Star.
infielders, is strong enough at the Of the seven men who are candi-
plate to make him respected by op- dates for the two-mile team, Aus-
posing hurlers. Then, too, Robinson tin, Turner and Wolfe seem to be
has such hitters as Mickey Finn the outstanding candidates. With
and Harvey Hendrick to insert in- Eknovich, Braden, Crawford, and
to a fray when any more batting Chase are also competing for the
strength is desired. places on this squad. Turner took
a close second in the 880 at Madi-
Lopez Will Catch. son while Austin won his two-mile
Al Lopez, brilliant Cuban catcher, grind with plenty to spare. Wolfe
will again take care of the work had a tough break when he took
behind the bat, although the Robins a spill while running the mile and
have added a youngster, Lombardi, found it impossible to recover his
from the Pacific Coast League. stride in time to place.
Lombardi is said to have the goods,
and may see plenty of service. The Missouri team which won the
mile event last year is entering
Dazzy Vance againaheads the (Continuea on Page 7)
pitching staff, which also includes (CniuroKae7
such star performers as Watson
Clark, Babe Phelps, Adolpho Luque,
and two veteran American Leagu-
ers, Jack Quinn and Joe Shaute. __ 4
With these veterans ready to go e
along with the youngsters on tne
staff, the Dodgers ought to be able
to make a fine showing in that de- VALUES C
partment.

Golfdom's King Likes
Retakes on Location
()s sOr d Prss)
HOLLYWOOD, Calif., M a r c h
11.-Usually a c t o r s abhor re-
takes, but not Robert Tyre Jones,
Jr.
The holder of all major golf
championships halted in t h e
midst of a retake in his second
day of active *work before the
camera with this smiling com-
ment:
-ttetakes sure, they're the best
part of it.
"Many is the time I would
have given a lot for the oppor-

Fenske Will Compete
in Diving and Sprint

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tunity
again.

to try a shot all over
What golfer wouldn't?"

GYM TEAM ExDRILLS
FR0 BIG TEN MEET
Neither Coach Nor Team Ex.pect

WOLVERINE SOUAD
EXPECTEDTO JIN
Wildcats Have Largest Number
of Entries But They Lack
Veteran Swimmers.
Western Conference swimming
activities for the 1931 season will
reach their culmination here to-
morrow and Saturday nights when
eight of the ten Conference teams
compete for the tank title now in
the hands of the Northwestern
tankmen. Seventy-nine men in all
have been entered in the all-Con-
ference title meet by Chicago, Illi-
nois, Purdue, I o w a, Minnesota,
Northwestern, Ohio State, a n d
Michigan.
Although the Wildcats, defending
champions, lead the list of entries
with 17 men, they are not being
touted as a favorite this season as
their team is mainly composed of
sophomores and they recently suf-
fered a crushing defeat at the
hands ofthe powerful Wolverine
aggregation under the tutelage of
Coach Matt Mann.
Michigan, with only 12 men en-
tered, is the strong favorite to cop
the honors this year and get their
revenge for the defeat administered
them last season by the Purple
team which took the title after los-
ing to the Wolves in a dual meet.
It is predicted that tomorrow's pre-
liminaries will result in the Wol-
verine tank tealli leading the list
of qualifiers.
Illinois, perhaps the strongest
contenders next to Michigan, have
several stars who will provide plenty
of competition for their Big Ten
opponents. Brock is undoubtedly
the outstanding swimmer for the
(Continued on Page 7)

to Take First Place But i Fred Fenske,
Aim at Upper Half. IWho will carry the colors of the
.ee u Wolverines into both the diving
The Maize and Blue will put the iand 50-yard free style events in the
final touches on their first season i Western Conference s wi in m i n g
of Big Ten gymnastic competition I meet.
this Saturday when they journey to
Champaign for the Conference Washington AC Girls
meet. iWa igtn AC*Gil
Neither Coach Bill West nor his Set Tank Relay Mark
team expect to gain top honors, but1
there is a strong possibility that . (By Associated Press)
they will be able to finish in the SEATTLE, March 11.-Although
upper half. West is taking a squad in a weakened condition from an
of seven men with him including, attack of influenza last week, Miss
Steinberg, Hunter, Parker, Ells- Helene Madison, Seattle woman
worth, Goldsmith, H a n n a and swimmer, helped the Washington
Decker. Athletic club girls relay team break
All of the men with the exception ( the American 200-yard record here
of Parker are in fine shape. Parker, ilast night. The W. A. C. team strok-
who has been laid up with a touch ed the distance in 1 minute 55 3-5
of influenza, is expected to be fully seconds, clipping two seconds off
recovered by the time the train the old mark held by the New York
leaves Friday. women's swimming association.
West is extremely well pleased
with the showing of his men in I
their first season of competition E Tr
and especially with the improve- EN AVANT aver forward
ment most of them have shown
during the season. There is only A
one senior on the team and only
one junior, the rest sophomores, A A
which makes his prospects for next r Patterson
season extremely bright.Burr,
Hanna has perhaps shown more ManuFacturin Fraternity Jewelers
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improvement than any other one A ,A, A
man on the team, and there is a A For your onvenience A
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to walk off with an individual I AnnArbor tore
championship in the meet. Decker A 603 Church St.
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since the Minnesota meet, especial-1IFRANK OAK ES"Mgr.
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