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March 17, 1931 - Image 7

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- ftSbAY, MARC.01 17, 1931
VARITYFNESl
CAPTAIN FOR NI
James DeStefano yesterday was
electedn tothe captaincy of the Var-
sity fencing team for the 1932 sea-
son. DeStefano, at the present
time, is a sophorhore in the school
of Education, and will go down as
one of the few men in Michigan
athletic history who has attained
the leadership of a Varsity sport
in his junior year. His home is in
Albany, New York.
The new leader was a consistent
winner in all of the dual meets
held and promises to develop into
one of the best sabre men who has
ever represented the Maize and
Blue before, he completes his ath-
letic career.
The showing of the Wolverines in
the Big Ten meet was something
of a surprise to followers of the
sport, inasmuch as the dope sheet
gave them an excellent chance to
finish one, two. The men seemed
to work as well as usual, but were

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TH E MICHIGAN D Aii Y PAGE SEV!

-ECT DESTEFANO9 ,'
EXT YEASSAO
Meyer, Avrunen, Marshall, Ide, Ir-
win, Nahrgang, and McCluskey are
also expected to be on hand when
the roll is called next year.
Workouts will continue for some;
time to come in an effort to build
for next season with the entire'
Varsity squad and freshman merg-
ing into one group. Several infor-
mal meets are planned between the
members of the two squads to add
interest to the workouts which
sometimes become dull when no in-
tercollegiate competition is offered1
as an incentive. All of the mem-
bers of the freshman squad are
planning on competing in the In-
tramural meet Wednesday night
and members of the Varsity squad'
are to assist in the judging.
BIG TEN-N. C. A.
MAY END SCRAP'

unfortunate enough to run into Both Groups to Seek Amicable
soe opponents who were distinct- CocsonnCnfrce
ly "hot." Conclusion in Conference.
Prospects for a winning team
next year appear to be excellent (continued From Page 6)
with four members of this years but when it started to inquire into
squad returning in addition to one the administration of athetics at
member of last year's squad who the Evanston institution officials of
was ineligible this season. Besides the university stopped it, until the
Captain-elect DeStefano, C o a c h;
Johnstone will have Lovell, Winig,' Big Ten could be consulted over
and Goellner, with whom to start the committee's rights- in the mat-
the season. A fine crop of fresh- ter.
man including Barlow, McMillan, Conference is Strong.
Ever since the Western Confer-
ence has been in existence it has
been the leading group of univer-
sities in the country, scholastically
W IT and athletically, barring none. Over
TO MLT_ OB [LL 45 different conferences in the Uni-
edStates have been patterned af-
_er_,the example set by the Big Ten.
Every rule that goes into effect in
Old Rivals Will Clash Saturday regard to Conference athletics is
in Field House; Michigan formed to be of the greatest pos-
Seeks Avenging Win. sible benefit to the athlete, and at
kgthe same time to fit into his inter-
(Continued From Page G) scholastic program in the best pos-
of these men will provide plenty sible manner.
of oppsition toElesproeveny ifN. C. A. Interferes.
of opposition to Egleston even if Now, after 30 to 40 years of rule
the latter is in the best of form, which saw the Big Ten build itself
but for the past week or so he into the most powerful body of uni-
seems to have suffered somewhat versities in the country, its right
of a letdown. to administer athletics among its
Lose Class Relay. members has been questioned by
Although Michigan's performance the North Central Association.
at the Illinois relays last week was How a body embracing such small1
not so bad considering the wealth institutions as are s c a t t e r e d
of opposition from the 57 other throughout the middle west, with
c&lleges and universities, the Wol- no interest in common with the
verines suffered somewhat of a dis- Big Ten, could hope to run the ath-i
appointment in the mile relay letics of a group of schools thei
event when Mueller failed to come size of the Western Conference, isr
through in his 440 share and lost rather doubtful.J
almost 25 yards. which Russell, - -
Glading, and DeBaker were forced
to make up. Despite this great set.-
back Russell, running as the Wol- Y O U A NI
verine anchor man, was but inches tr
behind Beetham of Ohio State as
he hit the tape. Eknovich will a-
gain replace Mueller at his old post
as leadoff man on the quartet.
Tolan Wins.
Out side of that, the Michigan
placings of a first and fourth in
the 75 yard dash, a third in the
mile relay, a second in the two mile
classic and a third in the shuttle,
placed the Wolverines on a par with
most of the other outstanding com-
petitors. Tolan showed a mighty
burst of speed at the finish of his
sprint to win, making up for a poor
getaway at the blocks. Tolan
Campbell, and Klein will have to
carry all the responsibilities of the
sprints in the Cornell meet as .
Smyth has failed to come around
into shape after tearing a tendon
and will be unable to compete Sat-
urday. Another man on the sick
list is Capt. Pottle, pole vaulter,
who is sick in bed with an attack
of the flu. Several of the other
wmen on the squad have had a touch x i
of the same during the past week:{8 i
or so.
FRATERNITY SOFTl ALLa
Fraternity softball entries must :.:
be in by 9:30 tonight. Call up
the Intramural office as soon as
possible and leave your lineups
so that the men can be checkedI
for qualification to save time
later.
Intramural Department.
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r HOWLEY WILL HAVE TO BUILD
REDS TO IMPROVE THEIR STANDING
y Sheldon C. Fullerton. Moore, and Roettger are the fav-
ored trio.
or's Note: This is the four-retrio
of a series of articles deal- It was originally intended that
h the chances of the major Mickey Heath, star Coast League
clubs in 1931.) first sacker, would start the season
innati proved to be a big at first base for the Reds. Lately,
ointment to Dan Howley in however, a barrier has arisen to
st year as manager of that this plan, with the result that
t the beginning of the 1930 Heath may not even be able to
Howley was signed to man- start the year with the team at all.
e Reds and with him on his I Pat Crawford, one of the players
uest for a pennant he took who was sent to the Coast League
p of American League stars team in exchange for Heath, has
e was sure would benefit his decided to retire from the game,
greatly in his first year at and unless the Cincinnati manage-
im. ment can find someone acceptable
Meusel Failed, to go in his place the deal will fall
11 the men he took with him through and Heath will be re-
cinnati, only one succeeded turned
ig up to the reputation that Joe Stripp, last year's first base-
established in the American man, will again return to that posi-
Harr Heimanex-Tgertion in case Heath has to leave the
roved to be a great slugger club, otherwise he will play third
Reds, leading the team in base. At second base Howley will
epartment of play. In the have Tony Cuccinello, who starred
although he was no Tris last year at that post in the Redleg
r in chasing fly balls, he was infield. Horace Ford and Leo Diw
nough to keep him on the rocher, a pair of weak hitters but
nine. Leo Durocher, .an- clever fielders, will battle it out for
former American Leaguer, the shortstop position, while Char-
ip to his reputation in the ley Dressen will take care of third
but as usual was woefully base if Stripp is used at first.
t the plate. Bob Meusel, ex- Sukeforth to Catch.
star, was a disappointment Clyde Sukeforth, one of the best
is since been reelased. catchers in the National League is
innati will start the season expected to take care of the major
eilman in one position in the share of the catching burden. His
d, providing he can round hitting and fielding should be a
ape, but just who will fill the great asset to the club, making the
wo garden posts remains to catching staff one of the team's
ded. Howley has a group of strongest departments. Styles will
id promising players at his be the chief assistant.
nd call, but the positions at Cincinnati's pitching staff is only
remain a toss-up. Cullop, mediocre, although several brilliant
------ ----- individual stars are included on the
staff. Larry Benton, Red Lucas, and
vpion Wolverines Eppa Rixey are three of the men
nash Tank Records who are expected to do the lion's
share of the work, with a rookie,
continued From Page 6) Frey, also coming in for his share
the powerful strokes of the of attention.
erine sophomore came in Changes Scarce.
inal qualifying event when Cincinnati has not made enough
in away from the field in changes from its 1930 lineup to
220-yard free style after insure it of climbing much higher
ng already set two new rec- in the National League race than
during the progress of the where it finished last year, although
ng. His time of 2:17.4 in the team may work together well
event superseded the rec- enough to nose out the Boston
f 2:18.2 set by Samson of Braves.
igan in 1927. -- --_------ - --.__-

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Frank Kennedy another Michi-
gan sophomore, also came in for
his share of glory during the pre-
liminaries by winning his heat in
the quarter-mile swim in 5:06.4,
also a new Conference mark, the
former record of 5:09.8 being hung
up by Samson in 1927, in the same
meet in which he broke the 220-
yard mark.

SWIMMING INSTRUCTION
Assistant Coach MacMahon
has just started a class of .free
instruction for beginners in
swimming. Men students who are
interested should report to the
Intramural sports building pool
on Wednesdays at S p. m.
Intramural Departmnt.

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