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May 23, 1931 - Image 7

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zro Flash Shines I
at Conference MeetI

Robert Clarke and Arwin Markus
Appoirted Senior Managers
for Coming Year.
Annual appointments for the var-
ious Intramural managership have
been announced by the staff mem-
bers. Robert Clarke and Erwin
Markus have been named for the
two senior appointments. These
men will succeed Tom Prouse and'
Keith Bennett, this year's senior
Clarke is from Chicago and has
been a member of the Varsity ten-
nis last year and the present sea-
son. He is also a member of the
Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity on
the campus. Markus hails from De-


ro of the
r the two
nd either
ound for
hile Ray

r, te Woverine mentor, wil troit and is not affiliated with any
State Weak at Plate. Greek letter -society.
ach Kobs has been drilling his , E-d ie T a n, Appoint Six uniors.
rges hard all week in prepara- World's record holder i the cen- Besides these men, six junior
for, what looms as one of the tury, who led the field at the Big managers have been appointed for
t i'portant contests of the sea- Ten meet at Evanston .yesterday by the coming year. They are: Louis
for his team. The Spartans have taking two irsts, one each in both Heideman, Detroit; Harold Em-
1 weak in the hitting depart- the 100 and the 220 sprints. mons, Detroit; Ray Eiserman, De-
& of the gime this year, but troit; Morris Cohen, Louisville,
appeared to have regaihed I 0Ir Kentucky; Stanley Henken, New
r batting eye when they pouritd-1 York City; and Leo Goodman, New
iut a 16 to 5 victory over the Y a LeoGoodmnNeork City.
;ral State teachers. If the Kobs- flHeideman has probably been the
TO HJ T RtYtliitITSherthe reslttofete succegul wa
can keep this hitting eye, and ' R2 outstanding manager on the staff
- have always been effective ilthe result of the successfulway
. the stick against Michigan in _____'e has conducted the tennis pro-
past, they should have a good Rt.O.T.C. 'Platoons Are Given 'ram, undoubtedly one of the best
ice :cf coming out on the long .andled tournaments of the de-
of the score. Medals and Trophies partment. In addition he has help-
agnt WSr State Teachers by Mitchell. ed with the basketball program.
the-Sprtnswere able to Emmons Handles Golf.
a .3 to 2 victory, while Michi- As part of the review program Emmons is conducting the golf
broke even in the two games for the benefit of Major Murphy tourney at present. Henken the
ed with $he Teachers, winning of Detroit, Intramural awards were horseshoes tournament, Cohen and
first one and dropping the sec- given to those R.O.T.C. units which Markus the b a s e b a 11 program.
In games with another com- have won them in competition on Goodman has spent his time with
opponent, the Michigan State the year's sports calendar. Elmer the inter-class organizations and
mal, both teams managed to D. Mitchell, director of the depart- with Sigma Delta Psi. Ray Eiser-
lect for enough base hits to ment made the presentation. man has had charge of the office
out victores. The Wolves drub- Gold medals were given out as management along with the direc-
the Hurons, 4 to 1, while the .follows: Platoon 1, Company C, tion of the handball meets.
; L"sing c rew captured a 3-2 eight members for ,he basketball All these men have contributed a
title; Platoon 1, Company B, ten great deal to the successful carry-
Beaten by Hosei. men for winning the baseball tour- ing on of .-te Intramural sports
he Spartans took two beatings ney; Platoon 2, Company B, six program, and merit any honor bes-
a the Hosei University team, men as champion R. 0. T. C. track towed upon them. Walter Kline
nplOns of Japan, last week. In squad; Platoon 1, Company B. five has been the outstanding fresh-
L game with the Japanese the men for the bowling honors; and man manager and seems headed
verines caine out on top. How- Company D, four men for taking for further promotion.
, .against the State players the the swimming event. , Each of the senior and junior
i tWirlers appeared to be in The high point team being Pla- managers receive a special sweater
Or form, as the pitchers who toon 1 Company B, Mitchell pre- 'with an English "M". The appoint-
led against them showed well sented them with a further award ments were made by the adminis-
Sperfect control and gave the of a trophy. These awards will trative boa-rd consisin of the In-
'tan sluggers few balls that they stimulate competition among ,the tramural staff Mitchell, Riskey,
d hit. men of the military unit and thus James, 'Webster, Johnstone, and the
arlie Griffin, mainstay of the further this new branch of Intra- two outgoing senior managers,
e pitching staff, has not been mural sport activities. Prouse and Bennett.
t as w1l this spring as he did-
I ago, when he 'proved so effec- COMPETITION IN ALL-CAMPUS GOLF
gamestnotigetr's batters. If
in does not get -the call, Gibbs . . NARROWS DOWN AFTER WEEK'S PLAY
be sent to the mound by Coach
s. Gibbs has shown good form
is performances thus far this Frring, Rant, With Best Scores, In Thursday's match Firring met
an. Kobs has some hard hitting Show Signs of Staying Fryer at 2:00 and left in the eve-
ers on his outfit in Abe Elio- Until Final Rounds.. ning having his man, 5-4, thus ad-
"Chum" Cuthbertson, and Al vancing himself to the finals in the
her. Play this week has been narrow- ire
McKay Gets Call. ing down the field of competitors rst bracket. Root has reached the
h. Ray Fisher will use the in the All-Campus golf tournament finals of the second bracket and is
lineup which has been uphold- sponsored by the Intramural De expected to meet either Park or
Michigan's honor on the dia- partment. With the completion o Firring next week for the campus
: in the last few contests. The today's matches it will be much title.
igan mentor plans to send simpler to pick out the players who! Firring Takes Match, 5-4.
ay to the mound, in order that stand the best chance for the final Firring, the low scorer in qualifi-
nay obtain more experience triumph. cation, hails from Chicago, is a
h will be of great value to him Root, Temple Win. sophomore in t h e Engineering
season. Two entrants were eliminated school and a member of Sigma Chi.
e remaining two games of the Tuesday when Temple and Root Root, also from Chicago, played on
-Michigan series will be played won their rounds from Edgert and the Varsity b sketball squad, is a
n Arbor on June 18 and 19. David respectively. The former Lit sophomore and a member of
Wolverines will renew their took his match on the sixteenth Beta Theta Pi fraternity . Park,
etition in the Big Ten when green when he 'ran the score to 5 still another Chicago golfer, is a
encounter the Ohio State nine apd 3 for a victory. Root on the second year Engineer, and one of
uesday at Columbus. other hand had to continue in his the Pi U boys. He was an out-
round until he had finally brought standing player on the freshman
tish Amateur Title the score to 2 up to keep in the golf team last fall and is two years
runn~ga cheer leader.-
raken by Eric Smith In the play to date Firring and TYPEWRITER
Root have handed in the lowest REPAIRING
1STWARD HO, Devon, -Eng., scores which would seem to estab- AU k f h.
22. - (P) - Eric Smith, little lish them as a pair of golfers whomces.
'n golfer from Cambridge Uni- are going to stick with the field Our equipment and per-
ty, today won the British Ama- until the final rounds. The 18-hole s o n n e I are considered
glf chaminshipdefeating rule on the semi-finad nfinlamong tie best in he State. The result
gk olf s chminhipdating-rule o(h eifna n ia ftwenty yes'careful building.
Dc orst n he inl 3-hlerounds may make a difference in
h lup. their showings, but both of these Q* D. MORRILL
rting the afternoon round two men are consistent players and ex-
, De Forest still was off his pect to weather the trial. 14 South State St. Phone 6615,
, losing the twentieth arnd thO
ty-second Boles to go fou;
1yHe got all but one oft e CROSLEY AMRAD BOSCH
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a's bunkered drive at the twen- WE RENT
th, holing a five-yarder at the WE SERVICE I
y-seventh and doing the twen- Tel. 2-2812 .615 E. Williams
nth in a birdie three.
AI 92ll 0

Coach Johnstone Strengthens
Doubles Team in Effort
to Defeat Illinois.
Coach John Johnstone will send
seven men against the tennis team
of Illinois today in an effort to keep
in the Conference race. Earlier in
the week, Illinois nosed out the!
Maroon netmen, 5 to 4, which is the
same score by which Michigan beat
Teams Evenly Matched.
Beside an equal rating in this
match, Illinois and Michigan both,
met defeat at the hands of Ohio
State, 5-4, in each case. Chicago
tied up the score in both meets 4-4
but lost the final doubles match to
lose both meets.
Coach Johnstone has strengthen-
ed his doubles combinations by
matching Hammer with Clarke in
one combination. Ranck has been
moved up to play with Ryan in the
second duo while Captain Brace
and Reindel will team together in
the third team.
Brace, Reindel Matched.
This rearrangement of the dou-
bles teams has been made in an
effort to find winning combinations.
Against Chicago and Ohio State,
an even break in the doubles would
have clinched the final result. Cap-
tain Brace will see service with the
steady veteran, John Reindel, for
the first time as a doubles pair.
With Colby Ryan playing better
tennis than ever, Coach Johnstone
will present a strong singles group
of six men that ought to give Illi-
nois a hard struggle for every

point. Ed Hammer will be the lead-
off mn and Colby Ryan as num-
ber two.
Players on Par.
Bob Clarke, Captain Brace, and
John Reindel will follow in that
order. According to Coach John-
stone, Reindel, Ryan, and Clarke
win most of the points for Michi-
gan. Their playing ajpility is about
on a par with Hammer and Cap-
tain Brace while their opponents
are weaker than the men that play
Hammer in number one position.
Sam Sherman has been selected
as the last singles player but Bill
Ranck will take his place in the
doubles assignment. The Illini have
a slight advantage of playing on
their home courts but with increas-
ed doubles strength Coach John-
stone's men ought to emerge with
a victory.

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(Continued from Page 6)
the afternoon singles matches.
Royston who has been going great
guns lately, is a slight favorite to
take Fred Lyons, the home leader.
Since the meet today is the most
crucial on the schedule from the 4
Wolverine's point of view, it is very
doubtful whether Coach Trueblood
will take any chances on his lineup.
For this reason, Howard, who in the
earlier matches has confined his
efforts to play in the doubles, will
probably enter the singles competi-
tion against either Crowe or Alpert.
Gene Hand, will meet whomever is
Although the Maize and Blue are
entering the match today distinctly
the underdogs, they come very close
to being an even bet. Both have de-
feated Ohio State, Northwestern,
and Chicago, but the Wolves have
a 9-9 tie with Purdue marked on
the wrong side of the ledger. Illi-
nois, although being forced to the
limit, succeeded in downing the
The outco ne of the match will
probably hinge on the showing
made by the Wolverines in the
morning doubles play. One thing is
sure, and that is that the fighting
Illini will not permit Captain Roys-
ton and company to make as many
slips on and around the greens as
they have been making in earlier
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