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, APRIL 8, 1931

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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FOR DRAKE MEET
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INTRAMURAL
NEWS

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Wrestling and Pentathlon Held
Today Form Important Event
for First Year Men.
This afternoon will witness the
conclusion of the Freshman indoor
season. Dr. George 'May, in charge
of Freshman physical education,
will be in charge of the indoor
meet, and will greet all candidates
for honors in wrestling and the
penthathlon at 3:30 o'clock. All
first year men are invited to par-
ticipate in the events.
This event is gradually coming to,
assume one of the outstanding posi-
tions on the entire yearling calen-
dar and a large number of partici-
pants seems assured.
The penthathlon will consist of
the running high jump, 50-yard
dash, rope climb, standing broad
jump, and a foul shooting contest.
The pairings for the wrestling
meet as announced by Dr. May will
bring Landrum and Shapiro togeth-
er in the 115-pound class, followed
by Larock and Maeyana in the 125-
pound class. The remainder of the
pairings follow: 135-pound, Freed-
man vs. Kruger; 145-pound, Kasa-
bach vs. Clark; 155-pound, Stiegel-
man vs. Siragusa; 165-pound, White
vs. Ponto; and 175-pound, McCauley
vs. Singer.
Varsity Shines in Tie
Game WithYannigans
(Continued from Page 6)
combined results of a single byl
Eastman followed by Tompkins'
double; then Dougals hit another
double and Superko in his turn
smacked a single; Butler drew a
walk and, the bases were loaded for
the winning run but Daniels flied
out and the game ended in a tie.
The fielding yesterday was good
and the game in general was all
right, but there were no runs scored
except in the two mentioned cases.
The practice showed that the play-
ers are picking up and getting into
better shape and .there should be
no more exhibitions such as last
Saturday's. After the game the men
were given an infield workout to
make full use of the fine weather.
INTRAMnURAL MANAGERS
All f r e s h m en interested in
managing Intramural sports are
requested to report to Earl Ris-
key at the Intramural building.j
Keith Bennett,
Tom. Prouse,,
Sr. Managers.

ing Process; Hoyt Will Take
Large Squad.
Ideal weather conditions are giv-
ing Coach Charles Hoyt's track
proteges plenty of opportunity to
get into condition for participation
in their first outdoor competition
of the season when they journey to
Des Moines, Iowa, to compete in
the annual Drake Relays to be held
on April 24 and 25.
Will Hold Trials.
Under yesterday's clear skies, the
Wolverine tracksters, recent win-
ners of the 1931 Western Confer-
ence indoor championship, went
through their paces at Ferry Field
with the added zest given them by
the warm sun. Tomorrow afternoon,
trials will be held to decide the
squad that will return early during
the vacation period to practice for
the events at Drake.
Although the list of events to be
entered by the Wolves has not
been definitely decided yet, Hoyt
is expecting to take a large squad
on the trip in an effort to
carry off the highest honors. To-
morrow's trials will include the 220-
yard dash, 880-yard run, one mile
run, 120-yard high hurdles, and the
broad jump. The men winning
these trials in addition to several
others will report for practice
again next Wednesday.
Cox in Hammer Event.
Coach Hoyt is now planning on
entering a one mile relay, a two
mile relay, and possibly a sprint
relay. Cox will be placed in the
hammer competition to defend the
Wolverine claims set up by Holly
Campbell of Michigan in that event
last year. Campbell took the only
Michigan first at the 1930 Drake
relays by tossing the hammer a
distance of 148 feet 1 1-2 inches,
bettering his nearest opponent by
more than seven inches.
Eddie Tolan, colored flash, and
Jack Campbell, veteran Wolverine
sprinter, will also be entered in the
sprints. Tolan was beaten out last
year in the 100-yard dash by Le-
land of Texas Christian, and Bra-
cey of Rice, the winners time be-
ing :09.6. seconds.
The Michigan relay teams turned
in a fine record last year taking
three seconds: The Wolves finished
second to Illinois in the 440-yard
event, and again trailed the Illini
over the line in the 880-yard relay.

ALL-CAMPUS BOWLING 1 .L.! L.A 1
The semi-final round of the all- by Bri
campus bowling was rolled Monday
night with the result that Mills and
Waterbor are qualified to compete Nomination of Cornelius McGilli-
in the finals. Mills defeated Ma- cuddy for president of the Ameri-
loney, 629-572, while Waterbor can league to succeed the late Er-
downed Waszak, 620-597. nest Sargent Barnard seems prema-
SOFTBALL ture.Connie Mack not only is the
Fraternity: The closing of the manager of the world champion
entries this week finds 64 houses Athletics with a chance to win
with teams entered for this event. three world titles in a row and
The first round will begin April 22 ; place his name even higher in the
with 24 games scheduled to be baseball firmament, but he is a
played on that day. heavy stockholder in the Athletics.
Interclass: There are 13 teams To accept the presidency of the
entered in the interclass division, league would mean Mr. Mack would
with competition beginning Apr. 23. have to withdraw as manager and
Faculty: Entries close this week. disassociate himself from the club

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nart Ed would take the job.
s a splendid position in the
organization, and like Mack
delphia has stock in the
tso much as Mack, but a
e investment. He was pres-
the International league
the Boston Red Sox to a
tle.
J. Navin, who will direct
irs of the league until a
t is elected, is practically
ed on the same basis. As
er of the Detroit club he
ot care to give up his hold-
n for the high hbnor of
the league.
not unlikely that the club
of the American league will
ide baseball for a new ex-
When Mr. Barnard was
there were suggestions of
two well known New York-
yor James J. Walker and
Fultz, former baseball and
star, later a major league
and still later president of
ernational league.
Walker likes baseball, but
ot pretend to know much

The Chemistry department, de- financially. heading
fending champions, have not yet It goes without saying that the It is n
entered a team in this contest; only Grand Old Man would make a great owners o
five entries have been received. president. For baseball knowledge go outsid
Other departments intending to his only rival in the game is John ecutive.
have teams kindly phone their en- J. McGraw, two veterans stand- elected,1
tries to the Intramural department ing head and shoulders above the at leastt
immediately. baseball pack. ers, May
--Possibilities. David L.
TWENTY-ONE TOURNAMENT When the American league takes football
The 21 tourney got under way at up the question of electing a suc- player a
the beginning of the week. Both cessor to the beloved "Barney," the the Inte
first and second round matches are name of E. G. Barrow, secretary of Mayor
to be completed before the vacation. the New York Yankees, is certain does n
_ - to be mentioned, but it is doubtful about it.

KIPKE GIVES MEN
TWO WEEK LAYOFF
(Continued From Page 6)
Following the spring vacation,
Coagh Harry Kipke will give his
footballers a considerable amount
of hard work, involving around six
or eight scrimage sessions in the
three weeks' period. The group of
about 70 players will be divided up
into four squads, and a seriessof
games will be played in the sta-
dium. Showings made in these con-
tests will play a large part in de-
termining the invitations for next
fall and the winner of the Chicago
Alumni trophy.

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