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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY. MARCH 9. 1921 '

THE MI HIGAN DAILYRT~hShAV TR. . . iO. A.......4

GzI e luol

~Volverine Natators

N ational Intercolleglates

BALL TEAM STILL
REMAINS INDOORS
Unfavorable Weather Conditions
Prohibit Outside Drills.
Yost Field house presented a
scene of activity yesterday after-
noon as some 35 or 40 athletes made
the walls resound to the crack of
the bat and the thud of the catch-
er's mitt. In one end of the room
the base runners were mastering
the art of sliding home, in another
place the pitchers were "finding
the plate," while elsewhere field ers
were picking up grounders; all un-
der the watchful supervision of
Coaches Ray Fisher and Bennie
Oosterbaah who are busy every af-
ternoon putting the baseball men
through their paces.
A sunny day will be welcome to
Coach Fisher who is anxious to get
his men to practicing outdoors on
Ferry field. Most of the other West-
ern Conference schools have had a
week or two of favorable weather
for outdoor work, but rain and cold
have kept the Michigan men under
cover thus far.
Coach Fisher sees appreciable im-
provement in his squad from the
practice thus far. The pitchers''
'arms are getting in shape and their
control is improving daily.-
Inter-Fraternity Play
Will Experience Lull
More or less of a lull will be evi-
denced in interfraternity sports ac-
tivities until April 24th, when hos-

DO'UGOITR, 'LOSES
IN NATIO 9jNA L MEI ET
Oklahoma Cowboy too Clever for
Michigan Man, Who Suffers
First Defeat.1
Carl Dougovito, Michigan's 175-
pound star, suffered the first defeat
of his intercollegiate ,e r, when
I he bowed to Conrad ell, a
rough and tough cowboy Lom the
Oklahoma A. & M. Caldwell piled
up a time allowance of three min-
utes and fifty-two seconds on thel
Michigan star.
For the fnust time in the history,
of the National Collegiate wrestling
met, all of the titles went to the
Middle West. Bc ideg the victory
won by its representa ve in thel
vvon b -p ,(a' n h iO klahom a
cowbays carried ol the 126, 155,1
and 165-pound titles. Three other p
ehampionships were distributed be-
tween Iowa State, Kansas State
Aggies and Northwestern. f
A bit of color was added to the,
performance of the Michigan rep-I
resentative, by virtue of his havingi
Ed George, claimant to the World's
Heavyweight professional cham-
pionship, in his corner acting asI
second. All of George's expert ad-
vice was of no avail, however, as
the Oklahoma lad swept the big
VWelverine completely off his feet.

dents to Hold ,111
Athletic Meet vii'TEICOMPETTIONININTAMUHA
next week a general
onasium for those
o have attended the Department Makes Arrangement both the relays and bowling. Vol-
Qualifying will be- for Schedules on Spring ley ball is the league that is in the
part of the week inp C d finals with the final standing rest-
~. 50-ycd. dash, high Sports Calendar. g
g, -.aing between the Chinese Stvdents
ing broad jump and adteMciadr: adali
g. Thoe qualif ying By Charles A. Sanford and the Michiganders. Handball is
tust about ready to start.
lted to compet e for At least 23 teams have been con- The standings of all teams to
al and all-around peting in the independent leaguu date shows the Michiganders well
ip on Wednesday, that form part of the program -iof dt hw h ihgn.1 1
wards will be given activities of Intramural sports. out in front of the race with a to-
of each event at the Three sports have already been run tal of 266 points as against the next
ndoor season. off, one other is in the finals at nearest team, the Lawyers, who
present, and still another has just! (Continued on Page 7)
lined up for a start. Looking to the ~
K.~N GETS future, the Intramural Department
KkEN G TS i now making up the leagues n INDEPENDENT STANDING
IT TEE POST the- spring program. Michiganders ..............266
The sports run off to date are Lawyers............ . .... .191
E, R. 1., Mar. 23.- basketball, track, bowling and the Actuaries .................. 154
Gallagher, coach of relays. The first line of competi- Has Beens ................. 144
A. and M. wrestling tion was won by the Lawyers team Fletcher Hall .............. 132
eted president of the from the Has Beens as part of the St. John's ...................120
egiate W r e s t 1 i n g Open House program last Wednes- Newberrys .................108
iation at the annual day. The second was captured by Alcaponies .................. 108
hat organization t the Michiganders, while the Sham-I Brewers .................. 102
;ity gymnasium. rocks have carried the honors in
:rs elected: H. Oto-- --- - -
tate, secretary-treas-
[iam Sheridan of Le-
ident. Ciiflord Keen
was elected to the
nittee.I
1 U1LA_ ButtrPatterson F I~
Ds 12-6P..Auld o.
z(oduncing FRANK OAKLS, Manier JG
II1 Ga-

iu;I, vca, it,
of Michigan,
executive corm
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commencement of the spring sports
program. Tennis, baseball and WANT ADS PAY WELL
horseshoes will make up the spring
competition.
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