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MARCH 13, 1931

THE MICHIGAN

DAI LY

| ( ( E | | TITGIAN TS ADD STARS TO ROSTER FOR
[Af1I E [ L \ LIST TI-f IS YEARS NATIONAL TITLE RACE
By Sheldon C. Fullerton.
(Editor's Note: This is the thir-
_teenth of a series of articles deal-
ing with the chances of the majors
Big Ten Nattors Start Quest league clubs in 1931).
for Honors Tonight in No team managed by John Mc-
Intramural Pool. Graw can ever be counted out of,
a pennant race in the National
(Continued from Page 6) League, no matter where it finished
event apd should qualify both the previous season or whatever
Schrmieler and Miller in this event. changes have been made in the*
team roster over the winter months.
All teams expect Purdue have With a team in 1931 that will in-
men entered in the breast stroke, elude the names of some of theĀ°
and it is predicted that the Nation- brightest luminaries in the senior
al Inter-Collegiate record as well circuit, it seems assured that Mc- .
as the Conference mark in this Graw's New York Giants will again
live up to the reputation that tnat 'r
event will fall, club has established for itself in
The 50-yard free style sprint is other years.a
a tossup, with fast swimrners from McGraw's chief trouble now is
five schools entered. Oker of Chi-, the mere matter of signing up Bill
Terry, champion batsman of thel
Sago perhaps holds a slight edge league in 1930. Terry has been a
on the rest. The Wolverines have determined holdout, and as Mc-
several sprinters, including Fenske, Graw does not have a great deal
Meigs, Marcus, Smith, and Klint- of patiensen with players of that
worth who should give the Michi- class, there is a possibility that
gan contingent a qualifier or two. Terry may be shipped elsewhere be-
Kennedy, Ladd in Distance. I fore the season opens. the team, will again be the regular
Kennedy and Ladd should qualify Terry Good First Sacker. shortstop. His great batting and
for the Wolves in the 220 and 440 If Terry signs a Giant contract fielding make him the best man in
yard events, while Schmieler is also il Te n Gitn forat the National League at this posi-
nhe will have no competition for.e tio
expected to go through the 220 pre' first base assignment. He is, with-
liminaries. McCully of Iowa, Brock out much shadow of a doubt, the Lindstrom in Outfield.
of Illinois, and Farrell of Minnesota best first baseman in the game to- A newcomer from the Pacific
are to be feared by the Wolves in day, starring in both batting, field- Coast League, Johnny Vergez, is
these events. ing, and general heads-up play. In slated to start the season at third
Marsh, Conference champion, the event that he fails to sign or base in place of Freddie Lindstrom
from1 Gopher school, will be the is sent to some other club Leslie, who will begin the year in an out-
easy favorite in the 150-yard back a converted outfielder, will get the field position. Vergez was quite a
stroke, while Michigan will have call at the first base post. sensation on the coast, and if he
Schmieler, Captain Valentine, and At second base Hughey Critz is succeeds in filling the shoes o
Meigs to rely upon. in a class by himself. Critz is not Lindstrom at the hot cushion wil
A large number of entries have one of the greatest hitters in the solve one of the Giant's greates
come in for the 100-yard freestyle, league -by a long shot, but his won- problems.
and this race is predicted to be a derful work in the field more than Teaming with the hard hitting
spectacular event. Michigan's hopes makes up for his weakness at thei Lindstrom in the garden will b
rest on Smith, Marcus, Schmieler, plate. Travis Jackson, captain of Fred Leach, veteran flychaser, and
and Klintworth. _~jMel Ott, youthful home run slugge
Lobdell Picked As Winner. Conference Gymnasts of the club. This trio constitutesa
hard hitting and fast outfield, an
Lobdell, Big Ten champion rep- jto Compete Tomorrow with Ed Roush in reserve should b
resenting Iowa, is conceded the acceptable to Giatn fans.
honors in the fancy diving. Raike (Continued From Page 6) Frank Hogan and Bob O'Farrel
and Fenske will compete for the Hunter and Goldsmith in the par- will again take care of the bulk o
Wolves with Raike favored to take allel bars and should gain somc the receiving, with Cummings bein
m l second in the finals. Michigan's points in this class. held as third stringer. Hogan i
medley relay should also win, with Both Parker and Goldsmith are slow, but his powerful battin
the race for second being keenly relied upon to swell Michigan's to- should be a great aid to the club.
contested between the other five tal in the tumbling. Elsworth will
teams entered, Chicago, Illinois, also see action in this event. Decker Count on Donohue.
Iowa, Minnesota, and Northwest- is the only man entered in the In- Donohue, Walker, Mitchell, Hub
ern. dian clubs but is not expected to bell and Fitzsimmons are the mer
Admission to the meet which be- go very far. who will carry the brunt of th
gins at 7:30 tonight will be one dol- Coach West has built for the fu- burden in the box for the Giants
lar for reserved seats and 50 cents ture with his gymnasts as most of The first named was secured fror
for rush seats. the team are sophomores. The Cincinnati last season and shoul
fo r u so u nt. e t o m Illi n o is i l e th e tu rn in h is s h a re o f v ic to rie s th i
uourney to Illinois wil give e e year. Hubbell and Walker are tw
Julian Reinhardt, senior guard team much of the needed experi- of the best youngsters in the cir-
on the University of Iowa basket- ence, Coach West opinioned. With- cui, wthle Fitzsimmons is one o
ball team, has been elected honor- out expecting the Michigan team the established stars of the league
ary captain-for the 1931 season. to go to the top, Coach West is Mitchell, while he is a veteran
Reinhardt won his second "I" on pleased with the results of the sea- should be of tremendous aid to th
the court this year. son. - younger men.

Daniels Leads Wolverine Cagers in Scorin L a s s F i E
ForRATeams I With 152 Points to His Credit, Weiss econd
Qualify for FinalsAVERTI1
(5pecual to The Daikv) 62 points; Weiss, 54; Evuand, 49;
Norman Daniels of Detroit, cap- Petrie 27; and Williamson 25.
Phi Sigma Kappa won the pre- tam-elect of the 1932 Michigan Mtichi; an p ota o 28.
liminaries of the interfraternity basketball team, was the Wolver- Michigan ran up a total of 528 NOTICE
points mn its 17 games. 322 of whichl
relays last night with a time of ine's high scorer during the past points - in ae, 32 of whch N TICE--____n________ga
1:3.3.Fou tamsquaifed or hecage season, tossing in 58 field goals were scored in the 12 conference NOTICE--6% long term mortgage
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152 points. Daniels set thisma veres an average of slightly more without bonus or service charge
held the night of the Cornell meet. n 17 games, 12 of which r than 31 points per game. The team Clyde M. Smith. Call 4356. 246(
Alpha Sigma Phi took second Western Conference competition. scored 203 field baskets; dropped
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