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-MARCHn 12, i1931



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E h N G T N EN--Yankees to Dedicate
YA RLE New Field to Hugins
(BY Associated Press)
11.-The New York Yankees will
Developing of Freshman Squad take time out from their spring
Is Limited to Teaching training on Friday to dedicate
of Correct Style. their playing field in memory of
the late Miller Huggins. The
Freshman swimming has pro- Memorial will take the form of
gressed rapidly under the direction a 1,500 pound granite block on
of Coach Matt Mann and Assistant which will be placed a bronze
Coach John W. MacMahon. tablet extolling Huggins as a
At the beginning of the season man as well as for his services
Atheuadnmbeineidgofve40.e to baseball.
the squad numbered over 40. The Baseball Commissioner Kene-
coaches have pared this number saw M. Landis, Presidents John
down to 15. As the Western Con- A. Heydler and Ernest S. Bar-
ference will not allow freshman nard of the National and Amer-
wcan leagues and other baseball
swimming squads to form teams d luminaries will attend the cere-
and meet opponents the workouts monies.
have consisted in, the development
of each swimmer's style, endurance,-
and all-around ability. VARSITY MATMEN
Drill Every Day. TO LEAVE TODAY
The freshmen turned out during
the third week of school and have Keen Will Take Squad of Ten
been spending two hours every af- Wet~st vntn
ternoon in the intramural pool. _rs _er___Ean_ o
Their season will end within two(
weeks. The correcting of the in- (Continued From Page 6)w
dividual's stroke has been e t otreby hang the crown up with
greatest development within the the other titles resting in the Field
squad. House trophy case.
As Captain Valentine's loss will Keen also announced yesterday
be that Reif would be taken along on
coach s have put nuch tie onthethe trip to compete in tie heavy-
breastrokers. Reeve Bailey, of To- weight division. Although this is
bedand oberstoneeve BaiDeyoino-many pounds over his usual weight,
ledo, and Dobston, of Des Moines, Ke sgomn i o h oi
seem -to be the best in this depart- Keen is grooming him for the posi-
ment., Philip Shorr is the younger experience gained will compensate
brother of the Michigan star inexrinegndwllcmnst
1926, also swims in this event. Tay-trip.
lor Drysdale, of Highland Park, De-
troit, is a better man in the back-
stroke but he also swims in the
Sprinters Are Good.
Besides Drysdale of Chicago, the
freshmen have Holpuck in the N I D IN M [
backstroke. Three sprint-men stand
abovek the others. Kamienski, of Wolverines Expected to Lead
Chicago, is the best of this group, List of Qualifiers and
swimming in the 50 and 100-yard
events. Fred Sherff, of Battle Creek, Take Big Ten Title.
and E. H. Neitzke, of Bay City are
the other two sprinters. (Continued From Page 6)
In the distance events R. Easterle Indians. He is the only man who
and Jim Cristy of Ann Arbor, seem took a first against the Wolverines
to have a slight edge on their com- in their recent whirlwind road trip,
petitors. Dick Degener, of Detroit on which they overwhelmed Wis-
Central, and Bill Hanway are the
best of the diving group. onsin, Minnesota, and Illinois in
The possibility that these men a four-day period. In fact, the bril-
will materially help the Varsity liant Illini free styler succeeded in
next year remains to be seen as taking both the 220- and 440-yard
only Valentine graduates from that events over Kennedy, Ladd, and
squad after this season,
TEAMS TO CLASH The Illini, however, will be handi-
capped by the fact that they are


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Thinclads Expect to Enter Six FROSH TRACK MEET lied twice more.
Events at Annual Relay Coach Hoyt of the Varsity track I Phi Mu Alpha are favored for the
Canvl aud y team announced that the results inI title in the inter-fraternity ice
Carnival Saturday. the All-Frosh track meet in three league. Although Sindle scored
events were outstanding. Hoyt was four times, Boettler made 23 stops
(Continued From Page 6) elated when Alix won the mile race for his Phi Kappa Psi's while Lewis,
practically the same team again in the time of 4:44. Alix with de- goalie for Phi Mu Alpha, only need-
thisyer, a siskNtrenDaywhosevelopment will press the regulars inc d to push aside 6 attempts. This
squad took the two-mile relay. this distance next year. shows the comparitive strength of
Capt. John Pottle is also sched- Masio cleared the six foot bar the two teams.
uled to make the trip to Champaign to win the high jump. This was a RELAY CARNIVAL
with a possibility of placing in the t
i poleva li y he canrachn is 13 high mark for a freshman and the Phi Kappa Psi are the defending
pole vault if le can reach his 13 Coach is optimistic over the result, champions in the Relay Carnival
foot marker. Pottle took a third Myers broad-jumped 21 feet even tonight in Yost Field House from
place in the Big Ten competition to establish the third mark of the 7:30 to 9 o'clock.
ee event and the all-evening. In this event three men Each team will contain four men
Tearound are scheduled to be run were within six inches of the leader. who will run 220 yards apiece, once
of d at te me. The latter w Lassila won the pole vault with I around the track, with the best time
be made up of the 75-yard dash, Myers placing second. Heston ran winning. T h e four fraternities
the high hurdles, the pole vault, the low hurdles in 7:6 nosing out turning in the best results will run
shot put, high and broad jumps, Juzek. But Juzek came back to win off the championship during the
and the 880-yard run. Seven records the high hurdles in 9:6 while Hes- Cornell-Michigan meet.
were broken at the meet last year ton placed behind McDowall. In Members of the winning class
and several more are expected to the shot puthSalmon put the shot team will receive track jerseystand
be bettered. this time as many of 35 feet 7 inches beating out Blum- numerals. The independent team
the record holders will again make enfield. winning, will be awarded gold med-
their appearance. Renwick, Dover; Heston, placed in als, for their running.
All of the events will be run off that order in the 60 jaunt in 6:4. All teams are to report to the
in the one day, crowding the five Dormer outran McRoy in the 440 Field House between 7 o'clock and
relays and ten special events into in 54:7 in a close race. Younger 9. If no entry has been made, a
the main meet at night. The college placed ahead of Heston in the 880 team can still report Mr. Riskey
relays, special event preliminaries, turning the time of 2:05.6. announced last night. The half-
and the all-around will be included HOCKEY mile race is-open to all organiza-
on the afternoon program. Sindles scored 4 goals to defeat tions now frequenting the Intram-
__ Phi Kappa Psi 4 to 1 in the playoffs ural building.
SAN ANTONIO-The New York at the Colesium. Sindles starred
Giants, training here, were recent- for Phi Mu Alpha in the contest A new bridge near Twin Creek,
ly paid a visit by Maxie Schmeling, scoring once in the first and again Ark., is called Hoover bridge be-
the heavyweight champion of the in the second period. Then he I cause the President once surveyed
world. stepped out in the third and tal- a nearby peak, Pilot Knob.

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League Leaders to Start Title
Playoff Next Tuesday.
Five leagues, in the interclass
basketball race have decided the
leaders and playoffs for the title
will Start next Tuesday, March 17.
The five teams that will fight it out
for final honors are all about of
equal ability and should incite
more interest in this race than in
former years.
The drawing place Jr. Dents.
(Maxian) against Jr. Lits. (Wild-
ern) in the first night of play. The
Jr. Physical Eds. (Woodruff) will!
meet the winner of the above game
on March 23. The Senior Laws
(Hass) will play the Frosh Dents
(Notts) on March 23 too. Possibly
the Laws, Jr. Dents. and Physical
Eds. hold a slight edge on the other
two teams.
Gymnasts Practice
for Meet Saturday,
(Continued From Page 6,
ly in his handling of the Indian
The race for top honors should be
a close one w% ihinois appearing
to have the edge on paper form.
Chicago and Minnesota should run
a merry race for second, with Wis-
consin not far behind. Michigan
and Ohio State are expected to
figt tsout fpr the fifth. position.

lacking in a good relay quartet.
Northwestern, with two good re-
lay teams; should send several men
through the trial events without
much . difficulty. Bernolfo in the
23 breast stroke, and Browning, a
diver, should qualify, while Troup
is a fast man in the 50- and 100-
yard sprints. Wilson, in the 440,
and Captain Covode, in the century
sprint, will also bear watching.
Gophers are Strong.
Minnesota, another of the con-.
tenders expected to fight it out for
second place, should stand high in
the list of qualifiers. Marsh is an
almost certain winner in back
stroke both nights, while Quail is
a speedy sprinter in both the 50-
yard and century events. Farrell is
a dependable man in the quarter
mile swim as well as the 220. Huh-
tala in the 100, Nappa and Blais-
dell in the diving, and Lang in the
220 are also swimmers of note. Both;
the free style and medley relays of
the Gophers should afford good
competition to the favorites in
theose events.
Gilsdlorf of Ohio State, Oker of
Chicago, and Evans, McCully, Mohl,
and Lobdell of Iowa will bear
SOUTH BEND-John J. O'Brien,
famous Notre Dame football star,
has refused an offer to coach the
Navy ends next year, because he
would jeopardize his amateur

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