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SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 1931

THE MTCH-ITGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN'

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Friedman Gives Best Exhibition
of Career in Winning Three
Foil Matches.
With Captain Gordon Ill, Winig
Is forced to Fence
Five Times.
Michigan's Varsity fencing team
ended the season last night in the
auxiliary gymnasium of the Intra-
mural building against Toledo "Y"'
with a decisive win, 10-3.1
Toledo presented a vastly im-
proved team over the squad that
journeyed to Ann Arbor earlier in
the season. Coach Wermischer has
given his charges the benefit of
good coaching and each match of
the meet was a hard fought affair.
Friedman gave one of his best;
exhibitions in the foil event giving
a careful, conservative display ofi
swordsmanship. He won his threec
matches from the able opponents.E
In the foil event Friedman start-'
ed off for Michigan as Captaint
bordon was sick, by defeating C.
Mayo,. 5-2. Lovell followed his team- t
mate's lead by winning from L.-
Mayo 5-2. Winig was entered as the t
Wolverines' third man in the foils
and lost his first match to Yoakum 1
5-3.
In the second round of the foil,
division Lovell defeated C. Mayo,
5-3 and Winig lost to L. Mayo, 5-2.
Friedman beat Yoakum in the first
shutout, 5-0. Then Winig struck his
stride against C. Mayo and deci-
sively defeated him, 5-1. Friedman
kept up his winning streak with a
5-2 victory over L. Mayo and Lovell
duplicated the feat over Jenne, 5-0.,
This gave Michigan a team score of
7 to.2.
Powers defeated H. Yoakum ins
the epee, 2-1. Winig entered in his
favorite event and won his first
match from H. Mayo, 2-1. Powers
made his evening's result two
straight, by winning from H. Mayo,
2-0. In Winig's fifth match of the
evening the strain began to tell on
him and he lost to H. Yoakum. By
taking 3 matches to 1. in the epee,
Michigan ran up a total score of
10-3. -
BO ROTA RETAINS
SINGLES HONORS
Champion Defeats Bell to Take
Indoor Tennis Title Again.c
NEW YORK, Mar. 21.-(P)--Jean
Borotra today won the United
States indoor tennis singles cham-
pionship for the fourth time, de-r
feating Berkeley Bell, Dallas, Tex.,i
in the finals in five gruelling sets
and making it a clean sweep for ,
France in the American title play.
Borotra and Christian Boussus
teamed up yesterday to defeat Cliff
Sutter, of New Orleans, and Pierrec
Landry, also of France, in the dou-I
bles. The score of the singles match
was 6-1, 3-6, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3.
Sarazen Takes Purse
in La Gorce Tourney
LA GORCE G O L F COURSE,
Miami Beach, Fla., Mar. 21.-(P)-
Gene Sarazen sunk birdies at all'
points on this well-trapped course
today to win the $15,000 La Gorce
open, one of golfdom's wealthiest
purses, with a sterling 282 after it
looked as if he could do no better
than tie Tommy Armour, Detroit,
with 285.
At the end of 36 holes Turnesa

was keeping pace with Sarazen with
a 139 while Joe Kirkwood followed
this pair with a 141, but both of
these men were forced to take back
seats to Tommy Armour who came,
from behind Kirkwood to seriously
threaten on the final round.
ALL-CAMPUS FENCING
Coach Johnstone requests that
all swordsmen taking part in the
All-Campus elimination tourna-
ment, report in the auxiliary
gymnasium at 4 o'clock sharp on
Tuesday, March 24.
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LEFTY GROVE HOLI
BEST LEFT H,
Baseball fans are prone to argue
over the question of the best right
hander in the major leagues at the
present time, but little adverse
comment is heard when any critic
calls Robert Mose (Lefty) Grove,
of the Philadelphia Athletics, the
best portsider in the big chow.
There are those fans that call
Herb Pennock and "Wild" Bill Hal-
lahan the equal of Grove, but they,
are in the distinct minority. At
one time, perhaps, Pennock rated
as high as Grove does at the pres-
ent time, but the aging New York
southpaw has lost a lot of the na-
tural ability that made him such a
winner a few short years ago. Hal-
lahan has not been in the majors i
long enough to rate with Grove,
although in time he may develop
into as capable a hurler.
How such an apparently slim and
scrawny hurler as Bob Mose couldI
hurl a baseball with such force as
he is able to give it will always re-
main a mystery. Under normal'
conditions the prime requisite of a
speed ball hurler is beef and plenty'
of it, but if there is one thing that
Grove lacks it is just that.
For severai seasons "Lefty" was.
the star portsider of the Baltimore
Orioles, but was eventually sold up
the river to the Athletics at a price
repo ted to be $109,000. And Grove
has proven to be one of the rare
minor league stars who was actual-
f worth the great sum expended
for him.
Although in his first few years
DI Y. . TO ANQUE
Starwas Meets Bauss in Feature
of Yacht Club's Program
Tomorrow Night.

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Austin and Colyer Set Records
as Michigan Wins, 54 1-2
to 40 1-2 Victory.
(Continued from Page 6)
liant reversal of form to come out,
and take two first places in the
high and low hurdles to make him
the high point man of the meet.
with 10 to his credit. Clark of Cor-
nell finished but an inch or two
behind the Wolverine entry in the1
high ones, while Haefele cameI
through for a third.
Michigan scored seven first places
to four for the Red and White out-
fit, which took its firsts in the three
field events and in the mile upset.
Michigan's relay team proved so
far superior to the Cornell quartet
that Russell. running as anchor
man, came in about a quarter of

ALL-STAR HOCKEY TEAM SELECTED
FROM PLAYERS IN",MURAL LEAGUE
By John Thomas freshmen. His understudy is Mac-
(Editor's note: Help in the selec- Collum of Phi Sigma Kappa who
tion of this team was obtained from is nearly as good a defense man but
S. W. Steensma, who managed and has not the value to this team as
refereed the games for the Intram- King with his high scoring record.
ural department.) David, wing; The hardest job
::ocf rlnf+x~ntill'p from9"a

NOTICE

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One outstanding satisfaction of
.the inter-fraternity hockey leagues,
as viewed by Coach Eddie Lowrey,
is that the quality of playing has
improved considerably in this field
since its inauguration several years
J ago. After viewing the playoff
'matches for the title, Coach Lowrey
further opinioned that at least four

was to select two wtngmnniu
large number of capable flankmen.j
David and Campbell of Xi Psi Phi,
Sindles of Phi Mu Alpha, and Frey-:
berger and Artz of Psi Upsilon were
the best. For right wing position
it narrowed down to David and
Campbell. The former has excep-
tional speed and flashiness and is
a capable stick handler and receiv-

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ALL-CAMPUS HOCKEY TEAMS
First Team Position Second Team
Scott-Xi Psi Phi ..............Ooal.. Carpenter-Theta Kappa Nu
Chapman-Theta Kappa Nu . . R.D............. Malcolm-Rangers
King-Delta Upsilon ............ L.D. MacCollum-Phi Sigma Kappa
Wild-Phi Mu Alpha ............ C ....... Coventry-Phi Kappa Psi
David-Xi Psi Phi .............. R.W......... Campbell-Xi Psi Phi
Sindles-Phi Mu Alpha (C) ......L.W....... Freyberger-Psi Upsilon

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"Lefty" Grove4
on the Mack hurling staff he was
as wild as the proverbial "MarchI
hare," he has finally settled down
to the point where he can tell to
a fairly accurate degree just where
his fast ball is going. And with the.
acquiring of control, Grove began
to be worth to the Athletics just
what they paid for him.
Most pitchers, to be successes in
the majors, are required to have a
slow ball and a fast ball, and to
be able to use them wisely when
they are needed. Lefty Grove is the,
chief exception to this rule. Grove
has no slow ball at all. His pitching
repertoire consists instead of a fastr
ball and a faster ball. A batter has
a hard time following the first of
these, but when "Lefty" cuts loose
with all he has, the best batsman
in the circuit may as well concede
the out and go back to the dugout.
When Grove is "on" he can't be
stopped.
FRATERNITY CAGE
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a lap in the lead. Incidentally, Rus-
sell, a bit out of condition, handed
his teammate Glading a first in the
440 which he might have taken for
himself. Tolan and Campbell got
off to a good start in the sprint
I tak'n-ei a Acfit and sonres r e-

I teams were capable of. college
hockey circles.
In the selection of an all-star
team S. W. Steensma, the referee
took into consideration the player's

Michigan night tomorrow at the .AC L EARS EN L
Detroit Yacht club will see the. pick
of Michigan's minor sport stars Two Games Listed to be Staged
perform before the club members. I in Semi-Finals Tomorrow.
Coach West, of the Varsity gym-
nastic team, will feature the enter- Beta Theta Pi meets Trigon and
tainment with a demonstration of 'Phi Sigma Kappa plays Alpha Sig-
Indian club swinging. ma Phi in the semi-finals of the
Coach Keen is arranging bouts inter-fraternity basketball elimina-
between his wrestlers as part of the ~
program. Jack Starwas will meet tion race tomorrow night in the
Harvey Bauss in the light heavy- Intramural Building.
weight boxing match before the The Betas are favored to win
club members and Coach Philbin from the Trigon squad. By swamp-
is considering the possibility of , -.
sending some other boxers. ing their last two opponents by
Coach Johnstone has arranged more than 30 points and the form
several bouts between his fencers that they have shown in recent,
as another feature for the eve- scrimmages, indicates their super-
ning's program. Captain Gordon iority. Miller Cummings Adams,
will probably see service against 'M.r'n Aa
Captain-elect DeStefano in the Arnold, and Captain Black will
sabre event. probably start for the Betas.
After the program, the Detroit Trigon defeated Delta Tau Delta
Yacht club members will give a in last Thursday's game to enter
dinner to the guests, who include the semi-finals by scoring seven
Michigan's captains and coaches in points in the last two minutes of
addition to those performing. play. Dibble and Clark, who won
The boxers especially look for- the last game by his four points
ward to this event as they are not in the last minute against Delta
allowed to enter intercollegiate Tau Delta, are the best players on
competition. They point for this the Trigon team.
dinner throughout the training Before Thursday's games Phi Sig-
season, ma Kappa was favored to win the
After the dinner the various fower bracket bu tAMph
coaches give short talks on their rnn up poist 2C T. 2
sport, the members of the team, were able to squeeze out a victory,
and the year's record. 15-7, a

tively as Eddie jumped the gun. worth to his team, his ability, and
The biggest crowd of the year his courage. Several men were out-t
turned out for this classic which standing but received no consid-1
closes the indoor track season for eration because of their lack of 1
the Hoyt-men, but the meet might teamwork or because they would
have proved more successful if it give up before the game was over.]
had not progressed so slowly. The large number of candidates for7
__each position made the- selection'
SUMMARIES difficult. Some players were handi-a
Mile run-Won by Martin (C), capped by having poor support and1
Wolfe (M) second, Finch (C) third. consequently did not reach the
Time 4:24.2. playoffs and an additional chance
to display their abilities against the i
60-yard dash-Won by Tolan (M), faster company.
Campbell (M) second, Persbacker Scott, goalie; There are three out-
(C) third. Time :06.3. standing goalies this year, Scott of
440-yard run-Won by. GladingisinPhioClieterStt Kfp-
(M), Russell (M) second, Rosen- Xi Psi Phi, Carpenter of Theta Kap-
thal (C) third. Time :51.2, pa Nu, and Hills of Delta Alpha Ep-
65-yard high hurdles-Won by silon. Scott was selected over the
Egleston (M), Clark (C) second, other two because he is a veteran of
Haefel- (M) third. Time :08.5. three years and is cooler and stead-
Two mile run-Won by Austin ier. Carpenter has turned in some
(M), Ranney (C) second, Howell sensational performances but is er-
(M) third. Time 9:27.4. New field .
house record. Chapman, defense; A lack of de-
880-yard run--Won by Turner fense men of the same ability
(M), Martin (C), second, Mangan as other positions was noticeable
(C) third. Time 1:59.3. in the leagues. Most teams
65-yard low hurdles-Won by seemed to stress offense, more
Egleston (M), Jackson (M) second, than defense, which probably ac-
Colyer (C) third. :07.6. counts for the lower grade of these
Mile relay-Won by Michigan players. Chapman of Theta Kappa
(Mosser, DeBaker, Glading, Rus- Nu gets the call over Malcolm of the
sell). Time 3:29.2. Rangers as he is rated as the best
Shot put-Won by Schoenfeld (C), defense man in the league. He is
Goldsmith (M) second, Gordon (C) peculiarily adapted to stealing the
third. Distance 45 ft. 2 3/4 in. puck f r o m opposing forwards'
High jump-Won by Ebelhare (C) sticks. He is tall and a good skater.
and Hoppenstedt (C) tied for first. King, defense; King was high
Gafill (M) and Haidt (C) tied for scorer for the season and this is
third. Height 5 ft. 10 in. the big reason why the Delta Up-
Pole vault--Won by Colyer (C), silon star was given the berth.
Belloff (C) and Pottle (M) tied for Coach Lowery saw him work and
second. Height 13 ft. 6 in. New Field requested him to practice the rest
house record. I of the season with the Varsity and

es the first choice.
Sindles, wing; Sindles is one of:
the best shots on any team. He
never lets up in a game and con-
tinually worries the opposition's
defense. His fine work gained him
the position at left wing and his
leadership ability is awarded with
the captaincy.
Wild, center; Eric Wild of Phi
Mu Alpha and Coventry of Phi
Kappa Psi are the two best centers.
Wild is much faster and played in
more games and receives the cen-
ter assignment. He has a good shot
and has inspired more teamwork
with his passing than any other
man in the league
Most of the second team selec-
tions are freshmen. In each case
they were given the preference over
upperclassmen if they were of the
same ability, because they have
a greater future in the ice game.

Panthers to Shorten
Spring Gridiron Work
PITTSBURGH, Pa., Mar. 21.-(IP)
-The Panthers of the University of
Pittsburgh, who have a stiff sched-
ule ahead of them on the gridiron
this year, will start spring training
tomorrow, Coach Jock Sutherland
announces.
Although it has not been definite-
ly stated, it is indicated that the
spring rehearsal period will be a
week or ten days shorter than in
other years.
The Pitt program includes Notre
Dame, Army, and Nebraska.

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Violoincellist, and
ALICE MANDERBACTH
Accompanist
Sun., March 22, 4:15, Mendelssohn Theater
WASSILY BESEKIRSKY
Violinist, and
MABEL ROSS RHEAD
Pianist, in Sonata Recital
Sun., March 29, 4:15, Mendelssohn Theater
JOSEPH BRINKMAN
Pianist
Sun., April 5, 4:15, Mendelssohn Theater

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Correct Riding Form
In a business such as ours, one meets many kinds of people. A rider
comes in-states the fact that he is very experienced in equestrian art--
in fact, talks a lot about it. Sometimes he does not know that as his
horse is brought out and he mounts that the riding master and groom
and probably the horse knows exactly how wide his experience is.
Each week we are going to take in their order the riding form as ap-
proved by judges in the foremost shows, such as that held at Madison
Square Garden in November.
To Mount Correctly
Approach the horse in a quiet way. Pat his neck and speak to him,

THELMA NEWELL
Violinist, and
LOUISE NELSON
Pianist in Sonata Recital

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COLLEGE SUPPLIES .................20% Discount.
FOUNTAIN PENS-Wahl, Moore and broken stocks of
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A liberal allowance will be given on your old fountain
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then standing next to his left shoulder, facing back, take the reins in the
-left hand-placing it on the horse s neck-or you may even grasp the
mane. Take the stirrup in the right hand-turning it out toward you,
and place your left foot in it. Then grasp the cantle (the back of
the saddle) with the right hand. Give a light spring, raising yourself
in the stirrup, swing your right leg, without bending your knee, well over
your horse, while changing your right hand from the cantle to the
front of the saddle. As soon as you touch the saddle. loose the hold

Sun., April 26, 4:15, Mendelssohn Theater
SCHOOL OF MUSIC TRIO

Wassily Besekirsky
Violinist

Hanns Pick
Violoncellist

Joseph Brinkman
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