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THE MICHIGAN DAiLY

SA'itJPIAY, MARhCH 21,' 1931

Cornell

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Tonight

WOLVERINES MAKE UP NUCLEUS OF HOYST'S
SQUAD THAT WILL MEET RED AND WHITE TONIGHT

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IG RED TRACKMEN
Cornell Team Shows Strength
Only in Certain Events;
Weak in Others.
By H. W. Woodward.
(Track Editor-Cornell Daily Sun)
The Cornell track team will meet
Michigan tonight with a strong but
poorly balanced squad. It has been
moderately successful in its meets
this year, but has been greatly
weakened by injuries and illnesses.
The strength lies in the mile, and
two mile runs, the pole vault, high
jump, and shot put, with little ma-
terial in the shorter distances.
In its first meet of the season
Cornell lost to Harvard in a Tri-
angular Meet at Boston, 421/-41,
Dartmouth trailing with some 30
points. In the Indoor Intercollegi-
ates the following week, Cornell was
third with 17 and seven-tenths
points to 19 by Harvard and 38
and one-tenth by Pennsylvania.
Cornell won an unexciting meet
from dale Saturday by61-52.
Collyer is Star.
Everett Colyer. ;tar pole vaulter,
tied with Berlinger of Penn for a
new intercollegiate record of 13 ft.
8' inches, at New York, and the
week before won the Triangular
Meet with a vault of 13 ft. 10%".
He has done over 13 feet consist-
ently this year. Belloff can also do
13 feet and Courtney 12 ft. 6".
Arthur Martin has twice run the
mile in 4:24 and one-fifth thi's
year, once breaking the Cornell
Drill hall record of 4:26 and two-
fifths held by Wolfe of Michigan.
Finch and Mulligan can do the
distance under 4:40. Wolfe and
Martin should have a good race
this week.
Al Ranney is the leading two
miler, his best time being 9:32 and
four-fifths in the Intercollegiates
Crosby and Kellogg can break 10
minutes for the distance.
Bring 'three Jumpers.'
Ebelhare can do about 6 feet in
the high jump, and Hoppenstedt
and Haidt are good for about 5 ft.
10". Schoenfeld is the oustanding
shot putter, having done 46 ft. 934"
this winter. Gordon is next, cap-
able of a little over 40 feet.
Cornell is weak in the half mile
this year, with Eckert and Mangan
running the distance in about 2:02.
Proctor is the leading quarter miler
and should be able to do 52 seconds.
Meinig is the best sprint man, and
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Paul Dean Promises
as Much as 'Dizzy'
SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Mar. 20.
-(P)-Another Dean is follow-
ing in the footsteps of Jerome
(Dizzy) Dean, pitching recruit
of the St. Louis Cardinals, from
whom colorful mound work is
expected.
Paul Dean, closely resembling
"Dizzy" in features and build,
will take a try with the Houston
Buffs this season. He is 17 years
old, and a right hander. It was
in Houston that "Dizzy" made
the reputation which sent him
up to the majors just before the
close of the 1930 race.
Coach Kipke Sends Grid Players
Through Drill Sessions
in I-M Building.
While i' will be quite some time
yet before the candidates for the
1931 Michigan football team can
ge out to the open spaces of Ferry
'i!eld for their practice sessions, the
f group of players working out under
Head Coach Harry Kipke and As-
sistant Coach Jack Blott are rapid-
ly rounding into condition in the,
Intramural building.
Every afternoon the squad is put
through a series of exercises thatl
are expected to get them in shape
for the more rigorous outside work
later on. ,These exercises are usu-
ally followed by a few minutes'
work at running through plays, and
that in turn is followed by a long
passing drill, with either Harry
Newman or one of the members of
last year's freshman team doing the
tossing.
Several of the linemen are also
getting instruction in' the art of
blocking, so that they will be that
much further advanced when the
call comes to get out on the grid-
iron again. Centers are .also being
put through their paces, confining
their work to trying to hit movable
markers placed upon a net in the
Intramural Building gym. Although
. most of the men that are engaging
in these drills were members of the
. freshman teams last year, more
regulars are expected to turn out
.-s soon as outdoor drills begin.

FENCERS TU LE[T
T0LEDO Y1' SOUAU
Contest Will be Last for Year
and Finale for Captain
Gordon With Team.
Coach Johnstone will send his
varsity fencers into the last meet
of the season tonight against the
Toledo Y. M. C. A. team.
This meet will mark the finale
for Captain Gordon of the Wolver-
ines. Gordon will lead his team-
mates in the sabre and foil events.
In the latter division, Gordon is
considered one of the best in the
Conference and because of lack of
capable swordsmen in the sabre
class, he has assumed these added
duties by fencing in both events.
This has marred his foil work in
some degree.A
Friedman Graduates.
Besides Gordon, Coach Johnstone
will lose Freidman in the foils after,
tonight's meet. Powers, Winig, De-
Stefano, and Lovell will return next
season.
Toledo will not present as strong
a lineup as Michigan's last few
meets have seen and for this rea-
son Coach Johnstone may alter his
lineup in order to give his reserve
naen a chance to show their true
ability.
Gordon To Start.
In the last meet of the season
Captain Gordon is slated to start
the fencing in the first match of
the foil division. Lovell and Fried-
man are Michigan's other two en-
tries in this event.
Captain Gordon and DeStefano
will uphold the Maize and Blue in
the sabre class. Both of these men
should win their matches as the
Toledo team will not present strong
sabre men.
Subs May Fence.
Winig and Powers will eachfence
the lone Toledo entry in the, epee
event. Any one of Michigan's regu-
lars may be substituted in order to
give the. inexperienced members of
the squad a chance.
The mee Lis.scheduled to start at
7:30 in the auxiliary gymnasium.
ARCHERY PRACTICE
There will be two sessions oft
archery practice on Sunday at
the Field House: one at. 10 a.m.
and the other at 2 p.m.
Dr. Lynam, Instructor.

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This group of Varsity track stars will furnish most of the excitement tonight at the. Field House when,
Wolverines tackle their old rivals on the cinder path, Cornell, in the final meet of the season for Mich-
z. Their proficiency is expected to make up for the weaker spots in the Maize and Blue lineup for the

HOWARD SPARKLES IN COMPETITION
AGAINST LEADING AMATEUR STARS
By Bud Jones. pionship cup is now resting safely
(Editor's note: This is the first n the Howard family mantle. In
addition to capturing the match
o a seres of artcles dealg play honors Johnny also walked
members of the Varsity golf squad). Joff with the medal,
Among the number of veterans When on his game, Johnny has
from last year's varsity golf squad no fear for the obstacles which
in How-1"old man par" is able to place in
is found the name of John C. H his path, as attested to by the fact
ard, of Kalamazoo, Mich. Besides that he holds the amateur cour'se
being one of the most consistent record at his home course, the
performers for Coach Thomas Kalamazoo Country Club. Johnny's
Trueblood, Howard cut a wide card of 68, which shattered the
swath in state and national circles former record also held by himself
during the summer months when by two strokes, is four strokes bet-
he was not engaged in Conference ter than par. He is also co-holder
meets. of the record at Barton Hills where
Perhaps the outstanding per- his 69 has only been duplicated by
formance of Johnny's compara- Johnny Malloy.
tively brief career was his showing Has Little Trouble.
in last year's Western Amateur Although last year was the first
Championship tournament, where year that he ever competed in the
he was well up among the list of Kalamazoo City tournament, John-
qualifiers with a thirty-six hole ny had no trouble in breezing past
total of 155, then continued on his a fast field to also add that chain-
way through the first round of pionship to his already long list
play. In his second round match of laurels.
however, he had the misfortune to Varsity coaches, Trueblood and
draw Doi Moe, defending cham- Courtright, are looking for Howard
pion, when Moe was distinctly on to again be one of the mainstays
his game, and despito a valiant on the Wolverine team during the
battle was forced to concede defeat' coming campaign, and if he con-
on the seventeenth green, 2-1. = tinues to show the foili which he
Also Won 'aletlal. has demonstrated in the past there
As a result of his consistent play is no reason to suppose that he will
in the Muskegon Resorter's tourna- ' not be able to add materially to his
mient, one of the biggest events on , string of victories in state and na-f
Michigan's summer card, the cham- tional meets.

Interest in Fencing
Draws Many Entries
More than 147 matches are sched-'
uled in the All-Campus fencing
meet Coach Johnstone, of the Var-
sity fencing team, announced last
night.
With 66 contests in the foil divi-
sion it will be necessary to run off
the preliminaries this afternoon
along with the 45 epee bouts and
the 36 sabre combats who are
scheduled to start the eliminationx
series at the same time, he stated'
further.

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