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FRIDY, MARCH 27, 1931

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

11 -

GRIDMEN ENORNSE
.CDNFERENCE CAME
Answers to Questionnaire Favor
Football as Now Conducted
by Big Ten Schools.
CHICAGO, Mar. 26-(P)-No mat-
ter what others believe intercollegi-
ate football as conducted in the
Big Ten universities comprising the
Western conference, is highly en-
dorsed by those most vitally con-
cerned in the game -the players
themselves.
This was revealed toqlay in an-
swers to a questionnaire which
Major John L. Griffiths, commis-
sioner of athletics for the confer-
ence submitted to the players who
won letters last fall, in an attempt
to ascertain what, if anything, was
wrong with the sport.

Gob Picks Loughran ' TRIO
to Conquer Tonight CL
Minnesc
CHICAGO, Mar. 26.-(A)-Jack Dako
- - - - -- -® -S----= Sharkey, w1om Chicago Stadium
R. 0. T. C. LEAGUES On April 6 at 7:30 in Yost field officials hope to match with thel DULU
The R. o. T. C. Athletic League, house a track meet has been ar- winner of the Tommy Loughran- Three st
newest addition to the Intramural ranged as part of the league's pro- Tuffy Griffith battle t o in o r r o w sin, and
departments sport program was gram. The events included in this night, believes the former will win, claiming
officially inaugurated last night meet are the,60-yard dash, low hur- but says he doesn't care who does. eavywe
with the playing of six basketball dles, 440, 880, mile, shot put, broad Sharkey was on his way to Min-havw
games The semi-finals will be play- jump, high jump, pole vault and neapolis where his protege, Erne fistic pr(
ed at 7:30 o'clock next Tuesday eve- relay. A man may not enter more Schaaf, will meet Paul Pantaleo of North
ning and the finals on Tuesday, than two events, nor may he enter Chicago tomorrow night. tive son,
April 4 any other running event if he is in 1 rN
Aprilanot4.nsthe 440, 880 or mile. He may, how- L e n Harvey, Englisn middle-ardn
Next week will be an active one ever, enter one field event. The re- weight champion, who has already based o
for the league, the swimm ing meet lay consists of four men, each run- been beaten by Vince Dundee twice, or for
being scheduled for Monday at 7:30 ning 220 yards. was given a third chance at Madi- the loca
and the bowling on Thursday, the son Square Garden last night in a
same hour at the Union. The four HANDBALL bout with Ben Jeby. Another fail-career.
teams bowling the highest score on Quarter final matches of the fac- ure will just abou wash this man Retzla
Thusday night will qualify for the ulty handball tournament will be up in the fight business around been ov
finals on Wednesday, April 8, when played this afternoon at 5:15. The New York Heeney.
the winner will be decided. pairings are: Daniels vs. Peterson,
The events included in the swim- court 8; Crandall vs. Devos, court
ming meet are the 50-yard free 10; Christmas vs. Jandy, court 6; G VE 4
style, 50-yard breast stroke, 50-yard and Cohen vs. Dorsey, court 2..
back stroke, diving, and the relay. Two faculty tennis matches will E
The fancy diving requires four dives be played at 8:30 Saturday morn-,
and two optional ones. A man may ing, Baxton meeting Gearhart and Spec
not enter more than two events in- Dana meeting Haines. Gilbert
cluding the relay and a team may beBOWLING
not enter more than two men in Only two fraternities remained Easter nove
'an event.

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Season Discussed.
Commissioner Griffith wanted to
Inow whether the players found
their gridiron experience to have
been more in the nature of drudg-
ery than play; whether the season
was too long or too short; whether
spring practice should be abolished
or shortened, and personal opinions
on other questions concerned in the
conduct of the sport.
The only radical revision suggest-
ed was on the question of spring
training which, the players voted,
should either be abolished or short-
ened.

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Vote Against Limits.
Maj. Griffith received replies from
116 letter men who were asked to
express their attitudes on several'
questions that have been widely
discussed since the close of the
1930 season. To the question of
whether competition should consist
of three playing years, the response'
was 115 to 1 in favor of it. The
players also voted, 112 to 4 against
the suggestion of limiting the sport
to sophomores and juniors.
The present policy of starting
the Big Ten season Sept. 15 and
ending it the Saturday before
Thanksgiving is highly popular
,with the players who voted 101 to
15 in favor of it. The conference
rule restricting the season to eight
games was approved 94 to 22, and
the players voted an overwhelming
"no" against further.restriction of
the length of the season.
FOOTBALL MANAGERS
All candidates for football
manager are requested to report
to the Field House today or to-
morrow afternoons at any time
after 2:30 o'clock.
John Sauchuck, manager.

VARSITY TANKMEN
FAVORED IN MEET
National Collegiate Swimming
Trials Open in Chicago.
(Continued From Page 6)
ace. Mickey Riley, national A. A. U.
fancy diving champion and Buster
Crabbe, national free style cham-
pion, both of Southern California,
head the list of newcomers to the
national meet. Kojac, in addition
to swimming in the backstroke
event, will also perform in the free
style and 220-yard races. Riley is
the strong favorite to win the div-
ing honors, while Crabbe is picked
to take both the 220- and 440-yard
swims. He is also entered in the
breast stroke and crawl relay and
will pick one of these for his third
event.
Princetontwill be strongest in the
crawl events. Six men will repre-
sent Nassau at the meet, but the
withdrawal of Ten Moles, national
collegiate breast stroke title holder,
will weaken the Princeton aggrega-
tion greatly.
Northwestern has entered eight
potential point winners although
the team is not as strong as in re-
cent years. Iowa and Minnesota
have seven men each in the meet,
several of which are real stars in
their events. Lowell Marsh of Min-
nesota is the Big Ten backstroke
champion, while Wentworth Lob-
dell of Iowa took the Conference
diving title in the Ann Arbor meet.

in the inter rauernity bowling tour-
nament and a-new record was es-
tablished for a five-man team in
intramural competition as a result
of the contests held at the Union
last night. The new high mark was
set by Alpha Chi Sigma rolling a
total of 2,707 as compared with the
previous record of 2,575 made last
year by Delta Sigma Phi. Second
place honors went to Delta Kappa
Epsilon, they only missing last
years record by 33 points with a roll
of 2,542. Third and fourth places
went respectively to Alpha Delta
Phi with 2,493 and Sigma Chi with
2,260 points.
As a result of last night's play
Alpha 'Chi Sigma and Delta Kappa
Epsilon will fight it out for the'
championship next Tuesday at 7:30.
The winner of this match is going
to bowl the Shamrocks, this year's
independent champions for the
Universitynchampionship at 7:30
Thursday night.
LOS ANGELES-The Detroit Ti-
gers will play the Portland baseball.
team today and then go to the plate
against the Los Angeles club tomor-
row.
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School of4
Music
oncerms j
j (No Admission Charge)
THE VARSITY BAND, Nicholas
Falcone, Conductor, Thursday,
March 26, 8:15, Hill Auditorium.
ROBERT CRANDALL, Pianist,
B U R NE T TE BRADLEY, So.-
prano, students' recital, Friday,
March 27, 8:15, School of Music
Auditorium.
WASSILY BESEKIRSKY, Violin-
ist and MABEL ROSS RHEAD,
Pianist, faculty concert, Sunday,
March 29, 4:15 Mendelssohn
Theatre.
KATE KEITH FIELD, Gradua-
tion recital, Wednesday, April 1,
4:15, Mendelssohn Theatre.
STUDENTS' RECITAL, students
of Thelma Newell, Violinist and
Lucile Garham Schoenfeld.,
Pianist, Wednesday, April 1, 7:45,i
School of Music Auditorium.'
PALMER CHRISTIAN, Organ-
ist, Faculty Concert (Good Friday 1
usic) Friday, April 3, 4:15, Hill
JOSEPH BRINKMAN, Pianist, [j
Faculty Concert, Sunday, April 5,
4:15, - Mendelssohn Theatre.
BERTHA HILDEBRAND, Pi-
anist,,. Student's Recital, Tuesday,
April 7, 8:15, School of Music
Auditorium.
STANLEY FLETCHER, Pianist,
Student's Recital Thursday, April
9, 4:15, Mendelssohn Theatre.
THELMA NEWELL, Violinist,
LOUISEANELSON, Pianist, Fac-
ulty concert, Sunday, April 26,
4:15, Mendelssohn Theatre.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC TRIO,
Faculty Concert, Wassily Besekir-
sky, Violinist, Hanns Pick, Violon-

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