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January 15, 1931 - Image 7

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Sport Experts
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Intramural Group Brings Great
Stars Here to Demonstrate
Four Different Games. 1
As one of the greatest events of
the year the Intramural depart-
ment will offer an Exhibition Day
today at the Intramural building,
in which outstanding figures iriK
their respective fields of sport will
come here to demonstraue their
talents against Michigan studlents
and faculty.
Exhibitions will be given by ex-
perts in Codeball, handball, bad-
minton, and squash with all ofI
them scheduled for tonight save
one demonstration of Codeball,
which will take place in the after-
Dr. William E. Code of the But-
terfield Country club, inventor of
the game of Codeball, and George
Webster, middle-west champion,
will give an exhibition of Codeball
today at 4:30 and 8:30 o'clock in
the Intramural building.
This feature match opens of-n
cially the Exhibition Day of the
Intramural Sports department, the
biggest event of the semester for
the department.
Webster has no equal in footing
the ball. These two players are
evenly matched and have been Claren Veller
playing a series of matches all over Hoosiers in their
the country and are just about virtue of his spect
equal in playing ability, as each 3s an outstanding
has defeated the other in these
matches an equal number of times.
Student soccer players will be -
interested in seeing this game as
it offers a fine means for such play-
ers to keep in condition during the
winter months.
In addition co playing these two
special matches, Code and Webster
will explain and coach the game BADMI
to the spectators.
Dr. Code is bringing an incubator M. E. Hedges of
to the matches to serve in keeping a four-man tea
the balls warm and lively. After players to enga
playing a few minutes with one ball, team in the aux
they will change it for another at 8 o'clock tonigh
warm one from the incubator. Mr. Hedges will
a n mto the spectators.
SQUASH cst game to be in
Intramural depar
Detroit A. C. squash players will This is another
meet the Michigan faculty and take place on th
s udent players in a series of squash program at the I
exhibitions scheduled to start at ig;.
8 o'clock. A state tournami
Leading the Detroit players is conducted in Dcti
Thomas N. Bourke, who is consid- minton players a
eled the outstanding squash player department plans
inthe state. He will bring a veteran campus and a fa
group of men to battle the Michi- in order to give t
gan team. tournament expe
Nxt week Toledo Athletic club sport.
will send a group of players to-
meet the Michigan team. FRATERNIT'Y
D. A. C. Court Michigan Two inter-frat
Bourk- ........10......... Reindel meets, semi-fina
Smith ......... 4".........Wilson tonight in the In
ROtay.......... 2..... Dusenbury ginning at 7:30.
McIntosh .. ..... 6....... Johnson swims Chi Phi ir
Rice ........... 8.......... Boak and Alpha Kapp





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Wolverine Splashers Will Meet
Strong Rivals Tomorrow.
(Continued From Page 6)
Students Submerge by F iii lin cup is Miller, goal; i m it ih,
Attack, 44 , in Fiercely Schmicler, and Kennedy, backs;
Contested Game. Clintworth and Ladd, forwards;
In a hotly contested match, brim- with reserve strength in Meiggs and
ful of action, the faculty water Morgan. The D. Y. C. team has not
poloists defeated a team composed announced a definite lineup but
of Varsity and freshman swim- will include seven men from the
mers, 4-1, yesterday afternoon. above lineup for the racing events.
The rules under which the con- Then as a climax fitting for a
test was played were slightly modi-
fled because of the fact that when meet that promises a real show of
the faculty started counting heads style and speed from both teams,
they found that 17 of their number tenight's program will be brought
had descended on the Intramural toa close by the diving exhibition
pool ready for action. Accordingly of the accompanying National .A.
Coach Mann agreed to throw prac-
ticqlly his entire squad into action U. women's champions. With no
so ac to equalize the sides at 17 in other athetichevenseduldrao
all, the evening this meet should draw
Duckings Plentiful. a large crowd, although it would
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who heads th
race for theV
acular floor wo
candidate forA
Detroit will bri
m of Badmint
ge the Michig
iliary gymnasiu
explain the gai
This is the ne
augurated by t
of the features
e Exhibition D
Intramural buil
rent is soon to1
roit for all Ba
vd the intramur
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culty tournamea
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1ORId ts oV
Under these conditions it was
sport even
not surprising that on nunerous Coach A
occasions the heads of the oppos- meet abou
mag forces were mistaken for the son's sche
ball, and inasmuch as both teams ing his m
resorted to a hidden ball style of in prepara
i play it was not unusual 'for the tition tha
men en either team to be sudden- gram of
ly transformed into submarines team is s
much against their will. In genem- and will
al, Marquis of Queensb'ry rules terms wit
prevailed. nents. T
For the Varsity-Freshman a ; - nd C01m1
bination MacDonnel was outst and- will be fe
ing, being the lone scorer for hi, fnishes to
team, while with the exception of4
AssociatedPreWalton, who was able to sor Yearli
s t.s t twice, the faculty scoring was di-
ie fast-moving attack of the Indiana vided between Matt Mann, varsity Pr
Western Conference title this year by swimming coach, and Harry Kipke,I
rk and his uncanny eye for the basket, football coach, with one apiece.
All-Conference laurels. No One Drowned. Pepar
No drownings were reported up the field
to a late hour last night although of Coach
officials in charge had not finished freshmnan
dragging the bottom of the pool. ihVurs h
V1CThe usual Michigan "do or die" rs ay
;spirit was noticeably lacking on the Jan. 28 a:
part of the undergraduates, whose tm te trai
attitude on the other hand seerne for sihe ye
instead to be one of "get those vorkingo
(Fried), Sr. Eng (Bouwman), Frosh marks., in an eff
Lits. (Ainiaeim). Soph. Eng. (Red- --- --,condition
ng is) Soph. Lits. (Epps). FroshI Ror)s,
on PhyS.s. (Arnishaw), FroshIArchs. Freshman Trae'. getting ii
dn (Zielinski), Frosh Lits. (Fine), Jr. Members of the f r es li man rnii by w
mn Dents. (Maximn), Jr. Lits. (Moore), track team will hold a squad cinder ov
Soph. Eng. (Hayes), Sr. Lits. (Seto), meeting Friday afternoon at 4:30 j alsn pr
me Jr. Phys. Eds. (Woodruff). If you do .in tIeh freshmen locker room at ors in tI
W-I not know when your teams roll, the field house. Plans for the doing his
he call the Union Bowling Alleys and coming meet will be discussed honors.
m a k e reservatiotis immediately., and attendance will be taken. A . Cendi i
to These matches must be rolled with- health lecture is also scheduled ! 1most
ay in the next th ee days. The form for Thursday afternoon. me and
of tournament will be straight elim-- i;boys aret
ination. Inter-class bowling, here-
be tofore lhas not been very spirited,
,d- but the lookout this year, if the
ral nuniber of teams has anything to
1-I do with it, is quite promising. While 1
nt only three teams rolled last year,
ed 14 have entered the tournamentT-
i s this year with the possibility of the
number reaching 20 before the
matches are over.

W11 wL1 almost anly Ulo~
zt that might be listed.
Matt Mann considers this
at the hardest on the sea-
dule, and has been work-
nen hard each afternoon
ation for the close' compe-
t should mark the pro-
events. Michigan's tank
trong this year, however,
enter the pool on even
h their first rate oppo-
he score should be close
, if not all of the races
atured by neck and neck
o thrill the crowd.

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s, will be decidedI
tramural pool be-
Phi Kappa Psi'
the first match
a Lambda meets

For the third succ
Toledo Y. M. C. A. willc
Arbor to play the Michi
students and faculty
matches. This is an ad
Exhibition Day progra
tho !ntramural buildinl
Th' Toledo "Y" has
the exhibition matches
tionaLy strong team ti
to be close. The Intram
mont belicves that by b
team to compete withl
it will Improve their
cause more interest in
This series of exhibit
Will start at 8 o'clock t
Riskey of the Intrami
ment will lead the Mi

Delta Sigma Delta in the other.
These are the winners left from the
cessive year original entries of 56 teams.
come to Ann Phi Kappa Psi, winners of the'
gan team of Iraternity swim meets last year, are
in handball expected to defeat Chi Phi although
dition to the the score should be close. Alpha1
m today at Kappa Lambda should lose to Delta
g. rSigma Delta acoerding to pre-meet1
an excep- dope. They have a faster and bet-c
are expected ter rounded team than A. K. L.
his year and Immediately after these meets,
ural depart- Phi Kappa Psi will take on Theta
ringing this Chi in a semi-inal water poio
the students match.
games and _ ,
ion matches Th{ semi-final rounds of the in-t
onight. Earl ter-fraternity handball league will
ural depart- be run cTf tonight with Alpha Kap-
chigan team pa Lambda meeting Phi Lambda
Kappa. The former is favored to
Toledo "Y" win. The second meet is Phi Kappa
..... Helwig against Phi Kappa Psi, These meets
Whartenby will take place at 10 o'clock.
.Diehl -
.... TMcPeck The following teanis have entered
Werntescher , bowling competition: Junior. Lit.

Due to popular demand the In-
Sramarnai department will organize
competition in the activities in
which 228 faculty members take
their physical exercise.
The following are the sports in
which leagues and tournaments
will be promoted: Volleyball, Swim-
imig, Badminton, Fencing, Basket-
ball, Squash, Codeball, B o x i n g,
Handball, Indoor Tennis, Bowling,
Gymnastics, sof t Baseball, G o 1 ',
Rifle Shooting, and regular gym

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