'MARCH 18; 1931
THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE
GOES TI] SIX MEN
Thirty-Five Yearling Thinclads
Entitled to Receive 1934
GYMNASTS FINISH FIFTH
Announcement was made yester-
day by Coach "Bill" West of the
Varsity 'gymnastic team that he
had awarded letters to the follow-(
ing men: Alfred Decker. LeRav N
M'KECHNIE, BRAVES' PILOT SEEKS
TO RAISE CLUB'S LEAGUE STANDING
Zachary, Sherdel, Siebold Are
Among Veteran Hurlers}
on Boston Staff.
By Sheldon C. Fullerton.
(Editor's Note: This is the fif-
teenth of a series of articles deal-
ing with the chances of the major
league clubs in 1931).:
Bill McKechnie, in his second
year as pilot of the Boston Braves,
accomplished a feat that was
,thought to be practically impossible
-he raised the club to a sixth
A16 11 1 1!. 4 l11G , i y1,tl , . I
Y-CrElwrtCeendO-place position in the Nationai Lea- :._.
Y.; Carl Ellsworth, Cleveland, 0.; fgue pennant race of 1930. And now.
Jack Goldsmith, Connellsville, Pa.;.j the successful Mr. McKechnie is.
lichael Hanna, Utica,dN. Y.; Oren aiming at higher things in the
Parker, Rochester; and Abe Stein- standings than .sixth place, but his
chances of attaining his ambitions :
br, Pittsburg, P.
berg ittsburg Fa appear to be rather dubious.
Boston has several players on its-
This year's gymnastic team, the roster who must be classed as stars
first in Michigan athletic history, of the first degree, but on the other Tom Zachary,
failed to win a single meet, but fin- hand it has a group of mediocre addition to the mound corps is Billf
ished fifth in the Western Confer- players who add just enough McAfee, former University of Mich-3
ence meet, a noteworthy achieve- strength to the club to make it igan hurler, who was added to the
ment for any team with so little better than some minor league con- club in the same deal that brought I
experience. The list of letter win- tingents. The addition of several Schulmerich from the coast. Mc-r
ners includes one senior, one jun- promising rookies this season, how- Afee, after a brief tryout with thet
or, and the remainder sophomores. ever, make the chances of the Chicago Cubs, was sent to Reading
Ken Doherty, freshman track Braves appear better than they in the International League last
coach, also issued a list of those have in the past several campaigns. year, where he showed to good ad-
who are entitled to wear the num- Berger Hits Homers. vantage. Another promising new-
erals of the class of '34 for their Much of the Braves success last comer to the squad is Regis Leheny,I
work on the indoor track. The year was due to the home run hit- another college product.
yearlings in three atelegraphic meets ting ability of a certain Wally Ber-
emerged victorious in two of them, ger, who was purchased fron the
bowing to the third, IllinQis, by the Pacific Coast League. His batting
narrow margin of 1-3 of a point, average was only .310, not so much I
Track Numeral Winners. for a slugger, but he drove in 35 IrLtr& L J
Those entitled ,to wear the fresh- home runs to place himself among
man insignia follow: N. D. Alix, the National League leaders in cir-
Lockport, N. Y.; A. M. Blumenfeld, cuit smashes. Berger will be shiftedI
Chicago; J. W. Childs, S. Pasadena, over to center field this season
Cal.; C. R. Dickson, Detroit; W. G. where his speed afoot should come HOCKEY FINAL
Dodd, Tallahasse, Fla.; A. G. Doner, in handy. Phi Mu Alpha will meet Xi Psi
Chicago; Milton L. Geller, Detroit; Wes Schulmerich, another expen- Phi MnAthalwplym tchins
Robert L. Gillilan, Summit, N. J.; sive Coast product, has also been Phi in the final playoff match in
Kenneth A. Grovelle, Newberry; bought by the Braves and will team the inter-fraternity league tonight(
George M. H o r ton, Bridgeport,' with Berger in the outfield. Schul- at 7:00 in the Coliseum. .
Conn.; Jack Heston, Detroit; Earl merich is branded as a heavy hit- The Phi Mu Alpha team were
B. Immel, Ann Arbor; F. Jusek, Ann ,ter, and is expected to make the -shesPhi wlnha e iwe
Arbor; Warren R. Kahn, Chicago; grade. The other gardener will be but the Zips have come up the lad-
Voitto M. Lassila, Detroit; William picked from among Worthington, der fast and will hold the Sym-
E. Lemen, Howell; Nathan H. Mc- Moore, Richbourg, and Clark. phonia pucksters to a close battler
Dowell, Brighton, N. Y.; Richard H. Sheely at First. Both teams have an exceptionally
McManus, Detroit. Earl Sheely, veteran Chicago fast attack and both will present
William W. McRoy, Vhicago; White Sox and Pittsburgh first about the same defense.
Konrad W. Moisio, Detroit; William baseman, has been acquired by Xi Psi Phi won its way into the
L. Myers, Western Springs, Ill.; means of the draft and will prob- finals by catching Delta Upsilon
Harvey H. Nicholson, Lakewood, o.; ably start the year at that position. without several of its star players
A. K. Northrop, Detroit; G. T. Pat- Johnny Neun will most likely be and overwhelming them 10-0 to es-
rick, Youngstown, O.; H. E. Pick, the main understudy. At second tablish themselves as worthy op-
Sault St. Marie; J. A. Rea, Jeffer- base McKechnie will use either ponents for any team. Johnson and
son, Ohio; n. Q..Renick, Chillicothe, Freddy Maguire or a rookie, Dree- David are the stars for the Zips
Ohio; J. D. Renwick, Grand.Rapids; son, who has been starring in the with four goals apiece while Camp-
F. H. Rollins, Birmingham: J. E. spring training camp drills, bell gathered two in the one-sided
Salmon, Chicago; L. W. Skebelsky, Walter Maranville, veteran short- game'. King was the mainstay of
Chicago; E. S. Trybyszewski, Cleve- stop, will probably open the season the D. U.'s and with moral support
land, Ohio; N. E. Windiate, Pontiac; there, although Chatham, a pro- the result would have been much
A. Younger, Paw Paw; and P. Zah- mising youngster purchased last closer.
ner, Ann Arbor. year, may break in instead. Chat-
ham also has a chance to get the Phi Mu Alpha met sternercom-
regular third base assignment, with petition in the form of Theta Kap-
llison Will Compete the principle competition at that pa Nu's fighting sextet and was ex-
in Hawaii Net Matches epositionW scoming from another new- tend als 3inthe overtit eter
AUSTIN, Tex., Mar. 17. - () .Third Sacker Uncertain. liods. Symphonia came from be-
AUSTN, ex.,Mar 17.~IP - hind in an uphill battle to win.
Wilmer Allison, Austin member of Bool and Cronin wil divide most da
the American 1930 Davis Cup tennis of the catching duties, with two In this contest Chapman of The-
team, leaves today for San Fran- other receivers, Luebbe and Tread- ta Kappa Nu tallied the first mark-
cisco, where he will sail Saturday well, struggling for the position as er of the game in the first period.
for Hawaii to compete in tennis the third string backstop. Seymour made it one all in the
matches. "Wee Willie" Sherdel, Tom Zach- second period only to have Port-
ary, "Socks" Siebold, Bruce Cun- come hook his attempt into the
The Independence, Kas., baseball ningham, Ed Brandt, Ben Cantwell, outside corner giving Theta Kappa
club will have a six-foot-six pitch- and Fred Frankhouse are the ex- Nu the lead 2-1. In the last period
ing recruit this year in the person J erienced hurlers who will be on Sindles of Phi Mu Alpha tied the
of Dan Bronson. the Braves' mound staff. A new score again with a beautiful back
Gar Wood Will Race
Boat Against Plane
in Florida Regatta.
MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Mar. 17.-
( P)- Speedboat enthusiasts, from
Gar Wood, king of American driv-
ers, to pilots of the smallest out-
board craft, weretready today for
the first day's program of the an-
nual Biscayne Bay regatta offering
Wood planned to drive his Miss
America IX, latest of a long line of
Miss Americas, in a trial run
against an airplane piloted by Duke
Schiller as one of the features of
the afternoon's program. W o o d
hopes to establish a new speed rec-
ord with the Miss America IX, but
has not set a definite time for the
Eddie Morgan Returns
to Cleveland Indians"
NEW ORLEANS, Mar. 17.-(P)-
The lure of baseball has proven
too strong for Eddie Morgan. The
young slugging first baseman of
the Cleveland Indians signed his
contract last night and shelved his
ambition to manufacture boxes for
the summer at least. No figures
were made public.
Paid off by his employers in shoes
instead of money, H. G. Wilson do-
nated 500 pairs to the poor of!
Shawnee county, Kansas.
DEFYN. a ABAN
Edict of North Central Body
Will Not Prevent Teams
CHICAGO, Mar. 11i-(P)-Daring
the displeasure of the North Cen-
tral Association of College and
Secondary Schools, 32 Catholic prep
school basket ball teams were on
their way today to compete in
Loyola University's eighth annualC
Catholic interscholastic champion-
Loyoia decided to hold the event
at least one more year, following
replies to a questionnaire sent to
heads of Catholic schools through-
out the country, which indicated
they wished it continued.,
Fifteen states-Pennsylvania, In-
diana, West Virginia, Illinois, Ohio,
New York, Minnesota, Tennessee,
Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Iowa, Mary-
land, Kansas, South Carolina and
Missouri-are represented in the
Nears Capacity Mark
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the Intramural department to be
taking care of for the next three
and a half weeks, they will have to
be drawing up a baseball schedule
in the meantime and have it ready
to put into the hands of the fra-
ternity and independent managers
in order to get the various leagues
started off in good style after the
Of all these lines of sports activ-
ities that the Intramural depart-
ment sponsors among fraternities
and independents, the one that has
aroused the most interest so far
this year has been squash. It used
to be that the courts reserved for
this sport were used half of the
time for handball, but now it seems
that everyone and his brother has
bought a bat and the squash ball
to take up this sport. It is fast
and restricted to no age limits, be-
ing a lot less strenuous than its sis-
ter sport, handball.
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testants over the mark by wide
margins. Prouse had the hardest
task of all the winners in taking his
event, just nosing out Maxian by
inches. Crossman and Reid finished
far in advance of the rest of the
participants in their events, and
they did not exert themselves in
Winners and runners-up in each
race will receive gold medals -from
the Intramural department.
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hand shot after taking the puck all
the way down the ice through the
entire opposition. In the second
overtime he won the, game by lift-
ing the puck over the goalie's ex-
Probable starting lineups:
PHI MU ALPHA XI PSI PHI
Lewis ........... G.......... Scott
Wheller .......L.D......... Kinder
Hamilton .....R.D........ Dunbar
W ild ............ C.......... David
Sindles ........,L.W....... Johnson
Seymour ... l ..R.W...... Campbell
Coach Eddie Lowery will referee.
Three Class "A" playoff games in
the elimination series of the inter-
fraternity leagues will start tonight
in the Intramural building at 7:30.
Trigon will meet Delta Tau Delta.
In this set-to the Trigons are fav-
I ored as they were last year's run-
Beta Theta Pi will play Phi Kap-
pa Sigma in the third round. Phi
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