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FOR LASS HONRS
End Gym Work With Contest for
Individual Championships;
Wrestlers Hold Finals.
Waterman gymnasium presented
, scene of unusual activity yester-
day afternoon as a hundred fresh-
men vied for individual champion-
ships in five indoor events which
constituted a part of the regular
course in freshman physical educa-
tion during the past year. This
final contest marked the end of
the indoor season, and the students
in the gym classes will each enter1
some outdoor sport after spring
vacation. The idea of competition
at the end of the indoor season, a
new plan here, has taken hold very
well, as evidenced by the interest
shown.
The finals of the wrestling in the
all-frosh division also took place
yesterday afternoon in Waterman
gym. Members of the freshman
,wrestling squad took part in this
competition, with all titles except
the 165 and the 175 being hotly
contested. Some excellent. wrestling
was demonstrated, especially in the
155-pound class, by Siragusa, who
defeated White by a fall in four
;minutes and 36 seconds. Sirgusa
has a fine form and an aggressive
style faintly reminiscent of Dougo-
vito's.
Competition in the pentathlon,
owing to delay in getting under way
yesterday afternoon, was post-
poned until today when freshmen
qualified by preliminary tests to
take part, will try for the best all-
round showing in the five events in
which the individual contests were
held yesterday.
Summary of Indoor Events:
50-yard dash--McLellan; time: 6
seconds.
Foul shooting-Swanson; 7 out
of 10. .
Running high jump-Shinnick;
height: 5 ft. 4 in,
Rope Climb-Freeman; time: 5.9
seconds.
Standing broad jump-Johnson:
distance, 9 ft. 2 in.
Summary of Wrestling Matches:
115-pound class-Shapiro defeat-
'ed Aldinger; fall: 3:21.
125-pound class-Kaplan defeat-
ed Cookson; advantage, 4:32.
135-pound class - Krueger won
over Freedman; fall: 3:30.
145-pound class-Clark defeated
Kasabach; advantage, 3:20.
155-pound class - Siragusa de-
feated White; fall: 4:36.
HELENE MADISON
BREAKSANOTHER
CHICAGO, Apr. 8.-(P)-Here's
an item of news that isn't news at
all:
Helen Madison, Seattle swimming
star, .,cracked still another record
last night. In a race against time
in the Illinois women's athletic
club, she swam the 220-yard free
style event in 2:36 1-5 or five sec-
onds faster than the seven-year
old mark established by Gertrude
derle.
Miss; Madison, put to crack every
world's mark for women, now holds
3 out of a possible 16 records.
Gene Sarazen beat Horton Smith
23 strokes in the La Gorce open
golf tournament at Miami, Fla.

Michigan Mat Team
Sends Six Grap piers
to National Tourney
(Continued From Page 6)
to enter the competition at the last
minute. 'The entries so far have
drawn men from Los Angeles,
Oregon, New York, Boston, Okla-
homa, Hawaiian Islands, Kansas,
and points from all other sectionsM
of the United States. The lage
number of men that will take a
part, and the relative high ability
of the competing teams, make it
practically assured that this yea:s
meet will be one of the best ever
held in the annals of amateur
wrestling. .
Included among the list of men
that will take part in the A. A. U.
tournament are the names of four
national champions from Okla-
homa A. & M., the team that in-'
variably walks off with the Inter-
collegiate title in the meets held
earlier in the season. Cadwel, at
175, Van ibber at 165, MKirk at
155 and Pierce at 125 are the quar-
tet of stars that will represent the
national intercollegiate champions
at the meet. Caldwell and Van
Bibber have been champions in
their respective classes during the
entire three years in which they
have taken part in intercollegiate
mat circles.
INTRAMURAL
NEWS
VOLLEY BALL.
Alpha Kappa Lambda won the
inter-fraternity volley ball cham-
pion ship Tuesday night by defeat-
ing Beta Theta Pi in two straight
games by scores of 16-14 and 15-6.
This tournament brings to a final
close the winter's schedule of In-
tramural activities, and incidentally
adds to the leading total of points
that the A.K.L.'s have piled up to
date.
HANDBALL.
Finals in faculty handball will be
run off tomorrow afternoon on the
Intramural court. Jandy and Dor-
sey have advanced to the finals and
are scheduled to meet at 4:15 to
decide the championship.
TENNIS.
While Gearhart has gone to the
finals in faculty tennis competition,
Haines and Dorsey in the semi-
finals have had their troubles. Yes-
terday they started their scheduled
game, but it went to one set of
10-8 for Haines and another of 8-6
for Dorsey when it had to be called
off for a one o'clock class of one
of the competitors. They will try
again today.
BASKETBALL.
R.O.T.C. schedules of basketball
have been completed in both 'A,
and 'B' leagues. The winners o
both races come from Company C;
Platoon 1 as the class 'A' cham-
pions, and Platoon 2 as class 'B
title winners. This is part of the
new series of leagues for the R.O.T
C. unit of the University.

ON THE
SI D E L I N E S
- -----y------ Brian Bell -
It's perfectly permissible, it seems, fore the bunion derbies. Off th
to inject the ancient spirit of the court they'll probably get many a
giudge into professional tennis if chuckle out of the situation. s
one doesn't happen to be there al- Into The Tuba.
ready, but somehow or other it Tilden will have much the same
doesn't seem quite natural. advantage in his indoor series with
Tennis would not seem to be a Richards that he had over Kozeluh
sport to breed fueds, what with the Cutdoors Big Bill probably never
tappety-tap background it has out- would be able to run through nine
grown, the friendly spirit of rivalry matches with the Czech without a
and comraderie that goes with the defeat.
tennis tours of the boys, and the They play on a surface indoors
frequency with which friendly en- tha usualy has a ha o base,
emies are thrown together during and, as in the case of the opening
,the long summer season, both on match in Madison Square Garden
and off the courts. a foundation of solid cement. Over
But there is nothing that draws this base was drawn a green can-
dle gate like a goand old grad vas covering.
fight so it is all arranged, after When Bill whops his serve across
many difficulties, for those bitter the net and down on that kind ow;
enemies, Bill Tilden and Vinnie surface a couple of tennis players
I Richards, to duel to the death a- with anaarmful ofrces. piece
round the country in a series of wilhaajoerauting
nine matches for Jack Curley, for would have a Job getting a string
country, and for the gate. on the ball. Some of Tilden's ser-
Bitter Foes. t vice shots Kozeluh hasn't seen yet.
Tilden has had his enemies, but He heard a smack, a buzzing sound,
onestuck out a racquet, and sorrowfully
one of them is not Vincent Rich- trotted back across the court forI
ards. As amateurs their matches the next one.
were bitter things because that was
the sort of tennis both played. Off Almost accidentally, it seemed,
the courts they were good friends. Kozeluh dropped his racquet in
Tilden practised with Richards front of one blazing service. The
when Vinnie prepared last summer ball took flight back across the net
for his series with Karel Kozeluh and was still rising as it passed
for the world's professional chain- over the 30 foot screen ten feet be-
pionship. And when Big Bill turned hind Tilden's court.
professional and signed to meet
Karel in a series, Vinnie turned to Proves Dodd Fame.
and showed Tilden all he knew a-
bout the steady Czech's game. ATLANTA, Ga.-(P)-Bob b y
But for purposes of the gate it is Dodd, Tennessee grid hero and
much better that Richards should backfield coach at Georgia Tech, is
be seeking the life blood of Tilden now a real celebrity. The weel fol-
and Big Bill vicious at the mere lowing Bobby's removal to Atlanta
sight of the quiet; sandy haired fel- and before the public had learned
low who led the revolt of the ama- his residence, he received a letter
teurs with Suzanne Lenglen and addressed simply, "Bobby Dodd,
Charley Pyle back ih the days be- State of Georgia."
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