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.RCH 15, 1931



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SRT DEFEATED Distance Star Runs
at Relay Carnival

Ren1inder of Wolverines D
Bouts in Semi-Finals;
Wildcats Lead.
(Special to The Daily)
CHICAGO, Ill., Mar. i4. - C
Dougovito, star Michigan grap
in the 165-pound divis'ion, succe
ed in tossing Bagn'aw of Wiseon
to the mat last night to capt
the Western Conference champ(
ship in that weight. The time oft
fall was 11:3>.
Dougovito,'Who two years ago
Conference champion also, was 1
only mniber of the Wolverie n
squad who succeeded in captur:
one of the individual champi
ships, Sigwart being beaten in 1
final round by Aldridge, star I
diana wrestler. The 118-pot
Maize and Blue star lost only af
the hardest kind of a battle, finl
dropping the decision by a time
vantage of 3:11.
thers Lose.
The remainder of the Michi
contingent to reach the semi-fi
round, Reif, Wilson, and Wood
all were defeated before they h
a chance to fight in the finals.
Although this meet was h
merely for the purpose of sett
claims to the individual champi
ships, and not to team titles. Nor
western had by far the best oft
argument. Three Wildcat grappl
fighting in three of the four hea
weights, were all able to taket
captured two titles in the ligh
weights, while the Confere
championship Indiana team co
only take one individual cro'
tldat in the 118-pound division.
Dooley of Illinois, fighting in
125-pound class, was able to ear
slight time advantage of 2:15 o
Scott of Wisconsin to take the
Ten Crown in tha t weight.
'team-mate, Emmons, repeaued
the next class, the 135-pound d
sion, when he was awarded his b
on a default from E. Belshaw, s
Indiana mat ace.
Dyer Victorious.
Dyer, veteran Chicago grapp
in the closest bout of the entire p
gram, succeeded in gaining the
cision over Hall of Ohio State
n advantage of 43 seconds, earn
only after the two men had batt
'through two overtime periods in
effort to decide the bout one w
or the other.
Ross of Indiana proved no ma
for Miller of Northwestern and
by a technical fall in 4:47. The E
bout saw Dougovito, the coloi
Michigan man and idol of the m
fans throughout the Confere
toss Bagnaw in 11:35.
Two other Northwestern st
'Brown and Riley, captured the
dividual crowns in the remain
two divisions, the former beat
Coughlin of Iowa in the 175 pot
class, and the latter pinning Eri
son of Chicago after only 50 s
onds of fighting.
118-pound-Aldridge (Ind.)d
feated Sigwart (Mich.) Time-3:
125-pound-Dooley (Ill.) defe
ed Scott (Wis.) Time--2:15.
135-pound-Emmons (Ill.) w
by default from E. Belshaw (In
145-pound-Dyer (Chi.) defea
loall (Ohio State) after two ov
time periods. Time-:43.
'155-pound-Miller (North.) w
on a technical fall from Ross (In
165-pound - Dougovito (Mic
threw Bagnaw (Wis.) Tie-11
175-pound-Brown (North.)d
Beated Coughlin (Ia.) Time- 6
Heavyweight - Riley (Nort
threw Erickson (Chi.) Time-:5

lempsey, Tilden, Jones Have
Aready Gone From Active
Sports Picture.
NEW YORK, Mar. 14.- P)-With
the retirement of Bobby Jones and
=Jack Dempsey an Bill Tilden's
abandonment of amateur competi-
tion, Babe Ruth remains as the
sole survivor in his original role
of the most famous quartet in ath-
letic history.
Jones, Dempsey, Tilden and Ruth
have dominated the sporting world
for almost a decade. Tilden may
continue as a professional for a
short time and Ruth still appears
good for several seasons, but the
day is fast approaching when the
"Big F ur' will live only in the
memories of athletic followers for-
tunate enough to have seen its in-
dividual members at the height of
their careers.


Michigan Rolls up Large Point
Margin Over Northwestern
and Iowa Teams.
(Continued From Page 6)
ning, as well as making it possible
for the Gopher medley relay to
take a second, garnered 16 points
for fourth place. Chicago and Illi-
nois, the only remaining teams to

For the first time in many years , after Spring recess, the freshmen
freshmen will not be excused from will be e to -take advantage of
gymnasium after the Spring re- the instruction in their chosen
cess, Dr. George May announcecd 'po-t. N-o:c than 660 freshmen will
last night. b- affjc ed by the newt ruling.
All freshmen will be required to I Leagues will be formed in tennis,
take part in some activity after soft bal, swimming, and golf.
the regulai classes are excused at _ __ __
the Spring vacation. This inaugu-
rates a new system in the athletic
program of Dr. May and his staff. DAE lT G
Besides the regular track and base-
ball squads, soft ball, tennis, golf,.__
swimming, handball, boxing, and
yrestling squads will be made up NOTICE


Michigan distance man, who was
a member of the two mile relay
team that was nosed out by Ohio
State last night at Champaign. I

Frank Frisch,

ter r -aThey don't happen along every
ally few days, these fellows like Ruth in
ad baseball, Dempsey in boxing, Tilden
in tennis and Jones in golf. The'
future may 'see a better batter
gTanirthan the Babe, a fiercer fighter
naI f than Dempsey, a finer tennis player
rd falthan Tilden ever was, and a morej
ha c h gorgeous golfer than Jones. But
Michigan Freshmen Take Two that isn't a warning to run up to
eld Telegraphic Meets From the rooftop and look down the
ling road. They may not appear for a
in Big Ten Opponents. half hour-or a half century.
:on-f No decade in the past has pro-
the (Continued From Page 6) vided four suich sterling competi-
her Jusek, Immel, Trybyszewski, (M) tors, and the era since the World
vi ' tied for second. Height 6 ft. war probably will remarn notable
tie Pole voult-Won by Lassala (M); in athletic hisory for its wealth
the Appel (Minn.) second; Myers (M) of capable and colorful athletes.
nte third. Height 11 ft. 81/2 in. Ruth's 60 home runs in a single
nce Broad jump-Won by Myers (M); season and Jones' four major golf
uld Rea (M) second; Northrup (M) titles in one season are records
wn, third. Distance 21 ft. 6 in. which appear likely to stand for all
the' Shot put-Won by Salmon (M); time. Tilden and Dempsey may not
te aBlumenfeld (M) second; Burge live as long in athletic record books,
°e a(Minn.) third. Distance 37 ft. 9 1/4 but
in. bu it is a safe bet that when
Big il g randchildren crawl upon our knee
His' (Done Ley n MYo ge) and ask for "stories," that the saga
His(B oftheBig Four still will remain as
i Time 3:38.4. the tost interesting of sports
ivi- Michigan-Wisconson Summaries, chronicles.
out 60-yard dash-Won by Renwick chronicles.
star (M); Bingham (W), Gluck (W),I
Davidoff (W) tied for second. Time: Tolan Captures Dash
:06.4. at Illinois Carnival
ler, 65-yard low hurdles - Won by ______
ro- Heston (M) ; Schoeringer (W) and (Continued From Page 6)
de- Carl Sanger (W) tied for second. Russell ran to a third place in its
by Time :07.6. section of the event, but Notre
ned 65-yard high hurdles - Won by Dame and Northwestern had better
led Schoeninger (W); Stoner (W) and times in winning the second section
an Muenzner (W) tied for second. to push the Wolves down in the
way Time :08.5. final order. The Michigan shuttle
440-yard run - Won by Bauer hurdle quartet could finish no bet-
t(W); Doner (M) second; Younger ter than third behind Illinois and
ost (M) third. Time :54.2. Michigan State.
ext 880-yard run-Won by Alix (M); Jackson qualified for the finals
iul Younger' (M) second; Horton (M) in the 75-yard low hurdles by tak-
.at third. Time 2:04.7. ing second to Cave of Illinois in
nce, Mile run-Won by Alix (M); Mc- the trials, but was sixth in the
Manus (M) second; Schwalback finals.
ars, (W) third. Time 4:44.
in- Two-mile run-Won by Schwal- EVANSTON - Coach Stewart re-
ing back (W); Dickson (M) second; cently called outdoor baseball prac-
ing Alix (M) third: Time 10:13.2. tice. There are only four weeks be-
und High jump-Won by Moissio (M); fore the team starts on its south-
ck- Jusek (M), Immel (M), Trybyszew- ern tour, and extensive practice is
ec- ski (M), and Dorrington (W) tied necessary before that time.
for second.. Height 6 ft.
Pole vault-Won by Lassala (M):
Ledman (W) second; Ellis (W)
de- third. Height 11 ft. 8% in.
:11. Broad jump-Won by Myers (M);
at- Rea (M) second; Stoner (W) and - -
Wolf (W) tied for third. Distance1,
on 21 ft. 6 in. tI Q -
d.) Shot put-Won by Cuthbert (W); W r
ted Strain (W) second; Salmon (M)
er- third. Distance 40 ft. 2 in. fo
ad.) ARKADELPHIA, Ark., Mar. 14.-
(1P)-Ouachita college, which has $
h.) given to professional baseball some 7501
:35. of its greatest stars, has abandoned
de- the sport. Lack of public interest 500
:54. and low gate receipts caused the 250
th.) college to drop baseball, Coach Foy
0. Hammons said. 0
- - ---~ ''109AOO


BRADENTOWN, Fla., Mar. 14.-
(/)-After five minutes conference
w i t h President Sam Breadon,
Frankie Frisch, captain and second
baseman of the St. Louis Cardinals,
today signed his 1931 contract.
Terms were not made public. Chick
Hafey, outfielder, is now the only
player on the team remaining un-
Frisch has always been known as
one of baseball's most persistent
holdouts, and lived up to reputa-
tion this year. He began work im-
mediately and soon will be working
full time with the regular Cardinal

gain points, wound up with three of the members of the present
and one respectively, classes.
Captain Wilson, of Northwestern, Swimming Corpuisory.
accounted for eight of his team's All freshmen wno cannot swim
points, by gaining a first in the will be entered in the swimming
century free style, a third in the division of the program. Other
220-yard swim, and a fourth in the freshmen who can swim, will be
50-yard sprint. Fenske and Ladd of allowed to choose the other activity
the Wolverines each gathered six 'that will engage two of their aster-
points, Fenske winning the 50-yard noons each week at the same time
free style sprint in 25 seconds fiat as their present classes. This pro-
and getting fourth place in the gram will be handled with the help
diving. Ladd took a pair of sec- of the Intramural department and
onds, chasing Wilson of Northwest- the Varsity coaching staff.
ern across the line in the 100-yard This program has been decided
sprint and following Schmieler in upon in order to further develop
the 220 free style. the freshmen in the various activ-
Wolves Set Record. ities in which they have had hi-
Michigan's time of 3:44.2 in the struction. The present program Ms
400-yard relay will stand as a Con- conducted along teaching and in-'
ference record as this year features struction lines instead of active
the inauguration of that event in contesting in the different sports.
the Big Ten meets. The Wolverine Dr. May and his assistants have
quartet of Marcus, Smith, Klint- given instruction in track events
worth, and Ladd stepped out to win including sprints, broad and high
this race by about six yards in a jumping, and distance running.
thrilling battle, in which Iowa's Freshmen have received informa-
squad of Haskins, Neilson, Mohl, tion in gymnastic training which
and McGuire placed second, beat- develops their legs and body. The
ing out Debenham, Troup, Aiken, work on the apparatus gives the
and Covode of the Purple. yearlings development in their
In the medley relay, the Wolver- arms especially.
ines succeded in lowering the Con- Shifted to Squads.
ference record of 3:18.6, set by In the personal contact activities,
Michigan at Illinois in 1927, to the assistants demonstrated the
3:12.6. In this race, Marsh, the fundamentals of wrestling and
Gophers back stroker, gave his boxing. - Whenever one freshman
team a good lead over the Wolves demonstrates enough ability he is
with Meigs swimming against him, changed to the freshman squad in
but Miller, Michigan's star breast that sport. Many trackmen, with-
stroker, regained much of this dis- out previous training, have shown
tance and left it to Kennedy to natural ability and are now work-
finish out ahead in the last 100 yds. ing out under the eyes of the track
Schmieler, who broke three rec- coaches.
ords in the preliminaries, took a Exercises form an important part
pair of firsts and a second, but did of the gym classes. Different sets
not exert himself to lower any more are devised to meet deformities and
marks. His best attempt was in the defects in each individual. In this
150-yard back stroke in which he the department is working under
I set out to defeat Marsh, but he fell the theory that each freshman will
short when the Gopher, in perfect be able to keep himself physically
form, set a new record. fit without the use of expensive
Fenske and Marcus took first and equipment.
Fense ad Mrcu tok frstand By inaugurating the new system
third respectively in the 50-yard
sprint, with Oker of Chicago plac-
ing second in a race that was so
close that the picking of places
seemed nothing more than a tossup.
Captain Valentine of the Wolv-
erines folowed Marsh and Schmie-
16r across the line in the record-
breaking back stroke event for a
third. Lobdell, of Iowa, retained his
Conference title in the diving by
accumulating a total of 110 points,
with Willard, of the Wildcats tak-
ing second place with 99.5, and
Raiko o1 Michigan third followed
by Fenske of Michigan for fourth.

NOTICE-6,14 long ter' iimortgage

Numerals to1
of Drill

be Awarded at End
Sessions; Four
Look Good.

Coach Eddie Lowrey announced
yesterday that the coming week
will witness the cessation of all
hockey activities for the year, when
his freshman squad hang up their
sticks. Practice for the yearlings
will continue all of next week, at
the end of which time numerals
will be awarded.
Out of the squad of seven men,
Lowrey has found at least four who
are capable of filling the gaps that
will appear in his Varsity line-up
next year. David, Artz, and Fry-
berger are the most promising can-
didates for forward berths on next
year's squad, while Chapman ap-
pears to be the most capable de-
fense man who has been uncovered.
The tentative list of numeral
winners includes the following:
Avon S. Artz, Detroit; T. H. Chap-
man, Detroit; Geo. David, Detroit;
Dean Emerson, Detroit; Philip K.
Fryberger, Duluth, Minn.; V. C.
Johnson, Iron Mountain; Robert
W. Muzzy, Bloomfield Hills; and
Francis M. Landers, Holyoke, Mass.





In a wide variety of tans,
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they add the right note
of contrast of color har-
mony so essential for
correct attire.

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