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March 19, 1931 - Image 7

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Intersection Honors at Stakt
as Ithaca Team Aims for
Win in Dual Meet.


Loughran Will Fight
Griffiths at Chicago

Yost field house is buzzing with
activity these days as Coach Chuck
Hoyt sends his men through time
trial after time trial in an effort to
get the team into its best possible
form for the final indoor track
meet of the season next Saturday r
night when Michigan plays host to
its Eastern rival, the Red and White.
team from Cornell, in the 18th an-
nual renewal of the traditional'
track classic. What remains of the
trials for selection of the entries in
the several events Saturday will
be concluded this afternoon, but
practically no changes will be made
in the list except for the replace-
ment of Mueller in the mile relay
quartet by Eknovich.
Sectional Honors at Stake.;
Word coming from the Ithaca. in- .
stitution indicates that the trackT
squad will be given a rousing send- Tommy Loughran,
off on its trip to the Wolverine lair,' Heavyweight contender, who will
for the Red and White team is swing into the fistic wars again
counting on a repitition of its over- soon when he tackles Tuffy Grif-
whelming defeat of the Michigan fiths at the Chicago Stadium on
team last year. -Intersectional hon- March 27. Griffiths is ranked as,
ors, too, will be at stake, for in an fourth among the country's leading
article appearing in the Cornell heavies.
Daily Sun, the writer points out the-
fact that the times and recorcis WINNERS IN FOUL
turned in at the Eastern collegiate
meet were much better than those CONTEST NAMED
with which the Maize and Blue
captured the Western Conference Alpha Omega Ties With Chi Psi
title. It will be up to the Wolver- for First With 186.
ines next Saturday night to dis-
prove that assertion if it wishes to Alpha Omega and Chi Psi tied
be accorded a place in national rec- with 186 points each in the inter-
With the exception of Russell, fraternity foul shooting contest,
Pottle and.Smyth, the Varsity thin- Earl Riskey, of the Intramural de-
clads will be in top form for this partment, announced last night.
finale and records may fall in the M
sprints, the two mile, the mile, and More than 330 members of 26
the relay. Russell has had some: fraternities took part in the meet.
trouble with his leg and may not Each man was allowed 50 shots and
get into the running, but that the 10 best results taken as the
should not affect the Wolverine team total. Delta Sigma Phi placed
chances of victory to any great ex- behind the winners with 178, fol-
tent for Glading, DeBaker, and lowed by Tau Delta Phi scoring
Eknovich are good enough to beat 176. The winner will receive a cup
Cornell's best in the 440. as first award but the Intramural
Vault Champ to Compete. de tmnt is undecided what will
Capt. Pottle has been in bed with epartme
the flu. and probably will be out be the awards for a tie.
of condition if he comes around in
time for the. meet. He was good Keen Names Winners
for- a second place against Colyer,
the Cornell threat who holds the of Grappling Awards
intercollegiate pole vault record at
13 ft. 8 in. Smyth has had some
tough luck in the past few weeks (Continued From Page 6)
after- pulling,-a 4endon-in his leg the next higher class:
and again will be off the entry list The chances for the Maize and
when the starter does his stuff Sat- Blue in the grappling meets next
urday. year look good since eight veterans
As the situation stacks up now, should be back, while the new men'
the meet promises to be one of the from the freshman squad include
most closely contested affairs of the some first class material that should
dual meet season with the Wolver- be developed by Coach Cliff Keen
ines' strength lieing mainly in the into real contendors for the cham-
sprints, the 440, 880 and the relay. pionship of the Big Ten.

Yankees Win Six out of Sevevi
Starts to Lead Training
Season Program.
NEW YORK, Mar. 18.-(P)--The
Philadelphia A t h 1 e t i c s may be
champions . of the baseoall world
during the regular season but;
they're just "cousins" to other
clubs now playing the "grapefruit"'
circuit in Florida, California and
other training camp states. There's
just a possibility that Connie Mack
and his title-holders prefer to hold
their fire until it counts.
Be that as it may, the champion
have won only three games out of,
eight in the spring training exhibi-
tion program and the American
league might well be in a bad way
in its competition with the Na-
tional were it not for the New York
The Yankees have won six games
out of seven with National league
opponents and thus enable the
American league to show a slight
margin over the older circuit in
games played so far. The actual
count is nine victories for the
American against seven for the Na-
tional. The St. Louis Cardinals have
helped the National's cause by
whipping the Athletics three games
out of four.
In games of all descriptions,
whether against major or minor
league opposition, the Cleveland In-
dians set the pace with five suc-
cessive victories, all against New
Orleans of the Southern associa-
tion. The Pittsburgh Pirates have
won three straight.
Betas Take Easy Win
Over Phi Kappa Sigma
(Continued From Page 6)
tage game last night the former
stretched out a lead of 20-3 in the
first half. Then changing their'
style of play to defensive, the Al-
pha Sigma Phi aggregation held
their opponents to a 9-10 score in
the second half and easily won the
game 29-13. Their defensive tac-
tics were so good that the Hermi-
tage squad were held to long shots
entirely in the final session. The
Alpha Sigma Phi team is big and
fairly fast. Their passing attack
is getting better each game and
the poorest department of their
game is their shooting eyes.

By Sheldon C. Fullerton ders of Chuck Klein, one of the
(Editor's Note: This is tho last most brilliant sluggers in the Na-
tional League. Teaming with Klein
of a series of articles dealing with in the outfield will probably be
the chances of the major league Fred Brickell, a former member of
clubs in 1931.) the Pittsburgh Pirates, and either
Philadelphia's American League one of a pair of youngsters, Koster
team, the Athletics, may be chain- or Lee. Lee figured in the deal that1
pions of the baseball world, but sent O'Doul to the Brooklyn club.c
the spirk apparently has not spread Buzz Arlett, veteran m i n o r
to the other Quaker City big league league star who has been burning
hope, the Phillies, who year in and up the Coast League for severalt
year out flounder around the bot- seasons, has also been acquired, and
tom of the National League stand- will either start the season in the
ings. outfield or at first base. Arlett hasE
Not that the Phillies lack any of acquired a reputation as a sluggeri
Nof note.


Mills and Smith rolled 1077 as
against 1005 for Schwenker and
Maloney to win the all-campus
bowling tournament in the doubles
division. The winning team will be
awarded a silver loving cup. Thirty
doubles combinations took part in
the tourney which was held at the
Michigan Union alleys under the
supervision of Joe Arsolowicz who is
in charge of the alleys.

I the nltting power that is so cnar- I

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acteristic of a major league cham- Hurst at First. ALL-CAMPUS SWIMMING MEET
pion. Every season the Quaker City Don Hurst will probably get the With participants from the inter-
club, aided considerably by a band- first base assignment in the event class and inter-fraternity swim-
box park that turns apparently that Arlett clinches a berth in the I
easy outs into extra base hits, has Philly garden. Hurst, while not a I ming meets taking part in the all-
a host of hitters who would do great batter, has enough power be- campus events, this affair should
credit to any man's ball club. It hind his drives to make him a dan- i prove to be the best aquatic pro-
Es in the pitching department that gerous man in the Philly park,, gram on the Intramural Depart-
the team is weak, and it is for this where the short fences enable him
reason that Manager Bert Shotten to gather his quota of circuit ment's card nor the year. The all-
was talked into parting from two smashes. 1 campus meet will be run off Mon-
or his heaviest clouters, O'Doul and Barney Friberg, and a rookie, day night at 7:30 in the Intramural
Thompson, in a deal that involved Mallon, are staging a battle for the pool. The card includes seven
the acquisition of a few new hurl- keystone position on the infield, events, 50 and 100-yard races in
ers. with the veteran Friberg favored the free style, back, and breast
With O'Doul off the club roster to win the job. Dick Bartell, se- stroke, and diving, which will con-
the greater share of the Aauing cured from the Pirates in the deal sist of four required and twol
burden falls on the sturdy shoul- for Tommy Thevenow, is a sure bet optional dives. Each man making
to start the season at that position, five points will receive numerals.
STARWAS WINS IN while "Pinkie" Whitney, one of the Points will be awarded for the first
best third basemen in the National four places in each event. R. J.
HEAVYWEIGHT GO League, will handle the hot corner Patton made the highest total of
assignment. points to win the meet last year.
Michigan Light-Heavy Champ Davis, Rensa, and McCurdy com- ---.
Fights on Charity Card. prise the catching staff that will BASKETBALL
open the season under the Philly Five games are scheduled for to-
Jack Starwas, light heavyweight banner. Davis is the first string re- night's basketball card, one in the
ceiver but his experience and class inter-class play-offs and four fra-
champion of Michigan and holder is not so great that he can not be ternity tilts. In the interclass game
of the A. A. U. crown in the same displaced by a brilliant showing on the Junior Dents, managed b
weight in the state, won a heavy- the part of one of the other men Maxian, play the Junior Litsman
weight fight from John Miller at esa is a former member of the aged by Wildern, at 7:30. Two Class
Cass City last Tuesday night by Hurling Weak. A fraternity contests are scheduled
gaining a decision for the three- Pitching still constitutes the big- for 7:30, Xi Psi Phi vs. the winner
round bout. gest problem to Manager Bert Shot- of the Hermitage-Alpha Sigma Phi
President Brenon, of the A. A. U., ten. .Phil Collins, Jim Elliott, and game, and Theta Chi vs. Phi Sigma
sent Jack an invitation to meet the Ray Benge form the nucleus of the Kappa. At 8:30 two Class B games
heavyweight on the St. Joseph or- staff, but these men cannot carry will be played, Sigma Chi vs. Chi
phanage card. Starwas had things on the mound work for the entire Psi, and Theta Xi vs. Sigma Pi.
his own way throughout the fight season without additional help from
by stinging quick lefts to Miller's some of the younger men on the
face. team. This help will probably come ALL-CAMPUS TRACK MEET t
This marks Jack's first start in from Hilligan, Stoner, Watt, Ace The all-campus track meet
the heavyweight class. He stated Elliott, an Shields. scheduled for today has been
that he did not intend to fight the Stoner is the Lil Stoner that has postponed until Thursday, Mar.
heavier opponents as his best fight- drifted from one major league club 26. The meet was set ahead at
ing weight is about 172, well in the to another until at the present time the request of Coach Charls
light heavyweight class. He took he has just about completed the Hoyt in order that the track will
the fight as the President Brenon circuit of the major league camps. be in the best of condition for
suggested, to help the orphans, not As yet he has shown nothing much the Cornell 'meet.
to start a heavyweight career. in the way of promise.

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