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Long and Short of The Cincinnati Reds

OpCen House Programf
Will Be I-M Feature
Winter Titles in Basketball
and Sw;m mmng Exhibition
to Feature Evening Card.
By Charles A. Sanford
Open House activities, carded for
next Wednesday night, are taking
up the time of Intramural manag-I
ers now. This will be the fourth
annual occurence and the plans for
it .should make it the biggest and
best yet.
Open House is a night of cham-
pionships and exhibitions with the
building thrown open to the public.
This year's schedule includes at
least six titles to be decided and a
like number of exhibitions to keep
the crowd interested during the
hours 7:30 to 10 p.m., March 23.
Matt Mann, Varsity swiam-
ming coach, will furnish the
outstanding event of the eve-
ning with a tank exhibition in-
cluding diving, sprints, and a
clown number as yet unan-
nounced. His personnel will in-
clude not only the members of
the Michigan Varsity and the
freshman squads, but the out-

nlrnnnrFIVE TIGERS IN BITTER CONTEST
TO U IU1L' FOR OCCUPANCY OF HOT CORNYE r
BILVH d 0 C [NIJ Mark Koenig, Yankee Cast-off, other shot at the majors will be re
in Thick of Fight. membered as the infielder of whon
---____ Harris said, "first he drops it, thc
Cornell Meet Will Close Indoor Detroit basebal fans seem assur- he kicks it, then he trow
- . ed of at least one battle-royal for away." Schuble has iniprov('d va z
Season for Hoytmen; Practice a position with the 1932 edition of valy, however, and is conftden-.
on Board Track. the Tigers. usual that he is the only man foe
With Charley Gehring r's arm the post.
Finis will be written on the ef- improving day by day, Manager Mark Koenig and Mary Owen aro
forts of Coach Chuck Hoyt's Var. Bucky Harris has been forced to both aiming at third since Bill Fo-
sity track team March 26 when the make a wholesale shift of his in- gell has cinched the shortstop job,
field men to leave a place for Gehr- formerly split up between theri.
Wolverines will invade Ithaca, New inger at second. This leaves the Owen's batting prowoss in the In--
York, for a renewal of their ancient post at third base open to no less ternational League, where he paced
rivalry with Cor2 'll. than five men, of varying degrees the leaders with a mark of .313 will
The Big Reds boast one of the of age and experience. Nolan Rich- help his chances. Koenig's forte "s
strongest teamns in the East and 4ardson and Marvin Owen, who both dependability and versatility, but
saw service at the third sack with he is very uncertain of a position
should provide some interesting the Tigers last year are in the thick this year.
,ompetition for the galaxy of stars of the fight, while Mark Koenig, Facing the quartet of veterans
representing the Maize and Blue. Yankee castoff, and Heinie Schuble Bill Rhiel, who plays infield and
The meet will be held in the Ithaca are not to be discounted. The fifth outfield equally well. He batted .343
member of the free-for-all is Bill with Portland in 1931 and led thz
rill Hail, which has a board floor. Rhiel, a recruit from the Portland Pacific Coast league in two-base
Cornell Defeated Yale. club of the Pacific Coast League, hits. Harris is sure that there will
In a dual meet with Yale last who is with the Bengals for the be an opening for Rhiel somewhere,
week, several records were smashed first time. but it's still a toss-up at third.
before Cornell finally emerged vic- At present Richardson seems to - -
-orious to the tune of 60-53. ________--___have the inside Carl Cramer, Ohio State univer-
The strength of the eastern team track by nature sity quarterback, is going in fo'
lies primarily in the shorter das- of his .fine field-. swimming and boxing during h
tances and the field events. How- ing ability. The off-season.
ever, it is doubtful if they have a former University ,
sprinter that can match Renwick' T...... o f G e 0rgetown a " onN
cfforts. nathlete is remain-
Michigan's mile - relay t e a m ing at Palo Alto
stands an excellent chance to low- with the regulars nu
er the indoor mark since faster while the other A

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Eppa Rixey, veteran hurler of the Cincinnati Reds (left), and Andy'
High, slugging infielder, in an impromptu tableau to illustrate their
difference in.height. They are at the club's spring training camp at
Tampa, Fla.
Betas and Alpha Sigsl
Are Favorites in I-M MICHIGAN MAT EN
Basketball Tourney
T w e l v e fraternity basketball ENTER AA.U" MEET
teams and four independent quin-
tets wil swing into action on the Eight Wolverines Will Compete
Intramural courts tonight in the
quarter-final round of the 'Mural for State Titles in Detroit
tournaments. In Class "A," Beta Saturday Night.
Theta Pi, the defending champions,
and Alpha Sigma Phi loom as fav- Now that the Western Confer-
orites to take their games with lit- ence wrestling championships are
tle trouble. The Betas appear to Ove], Michigan mat men are turn-
have an especially strong team this
year and .have swept through the ing their attention towards the
earlier rounds in fine style. The Michigan A. A. U. state champion-
race for the title is drawing closer ships to be held this Saturday at
with tonight's winners scheduled to the Arena Gardens in Detroit.
fight it out on Monday for posi- Coach Cliff Keen is planning to
tions. in the final bracket. The ti- . .
tular game will be a feature of the take a team of eight men into the
Intramural Open House on Wed- I t'il 'i ghts, in addition to a group
nesday. In Class "A" tonight, Del- of eight freshmen wrestlers who

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standing stars of the country,
who will be here for the Inter-
collegiate meet the next two
eights. Bleachers will be erect-
ed for the spectators.-
The four basketball tiIe of fra-I
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ternit-y A ,B , an C ,U and In- time is usually recorded on the
dependent play will rank top in the boards than on a cinder track.
matter of Intramural importance, C In an effort to accustom his men
and the teams approaching the to the changed conditions they will
quarters and semis this week prom- encounter at Ithaca, Hoyt will hold
ise plenty of action in each of these a workout in Waterman Gymna-
events. Cups in each event will be sium Saturday afternoon.
awarded at the time. Meet Important.
Other titles that will be decided The importance of the Cornell
are Indoor Tennis, Handball dou- meet cannot be minimized since it
bles, and All-Campus Wrestling and will provide the only opportunity of
Fencing, the latter being held in the winter season to determine how
the Boxing Room since the swim- the Wolverine Olympic hopefuls
ming bleachers will fill the auxil- stack up against Eastern competi-
iary gym. For the same reason All- tion.
Campus Gymnastics will be post- A slight let-down in form has
poned, although an exhibition on been evident since the Conference
the flying rings and mats will be meet last Saturday, but by the
held in the main gymnasium. time the Cornell meet rolls around
Two volleyball games, Philip- all of the men are expected to be
pinos vs. Chinese, and faculty back in the pink of condition.
winners vs the local Y.M.C.A., Hoyt has not decided which men
will be played this evening. Also he will take on the trip with him,
picked men from Detroit and but since Conference rules limit-
Toledo will stage exhibition ing the size of the squad do not ap-
matches in Squash andB and- ply there is a possibility that a
ball respectively in the course larger number will be taken,
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four are playing
>z in the Seal-Tiger
series a t San
Francisco,
Heinie Schuble,
H AI21 back from Beau-
Heinie Schuble, back from Beau-
mont of the Texas league for an-
130 Report for Spring
Drills at Ohio State
(Special to The Daily)
COLUMBUS, March 16. - Coach
Sam Willaman and his staff of
assistants are expecting more than
130 men to respond to the first call
for spring football practice to be
issued March 29, the day school re-
opens after spring vacation.
Finding a pair of tackles to re-
place the veterans Haubrich and
Bell will be the main problem to
be worked out by the coaches as
they launch their initial drive in
quest of titular honors. Captain
Stuart Holcomb, a halfback, will be
the only other starting regular
missing and with an abundance of
fine freshmen backs coming up,
there is every reason to believe that
the backfield situation will not be
difficult to handle.

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Badminton and Codeball are
not expected to be advanced to
the finals, so these sports as
well will be represented by ex-
hibition matches instead of
tournament play.
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ATHLETIC MANAGERS
Baseball entries close today.
Track entries close Saturday.
Intramural Dep't.

ta Kappa Epsilon will meet Trigon, have been training under the tutel-j
Lambda Chi Alpha plays Theta
Chi, Beta Theta Phi meets Phi age of the yearling mentor, Kelly.
Gamma Delta, and Alpha Sigma Keen's men will include the first j
Phi plays Delta Sigma Phi. 6,ing Varsity grapplers.
In Class "B" the teams which will Although Coach Keen was the
meet tonight are Sigma Chi and one who started the ball rolling in
Kappa Nu, Alpha Sigma Phi and the direction of having a state A.
Delta Upsilon. In the quarter-fl- A. U. meet a few years ago and he
nals of the independent divisions has been chairman of the general
the Falcons meet the Tops and the committee since the beginning of
Wanderers play the Physical Eds. the affair, this is the first time that
the Wolverine Varsity has entered
Fisher Anxious to Get the meet.
1 The way things stack up now it
Ball Team OutsideIlooks as if the feature of the meet
will turn out to be a battle between
With the break of the cold snap, Michigan and Michigan State for
Coach Ray Fisher is looking for- the team championship. The Wol-
ward for'a chance to get his base-- verines are out to avenge the one
ball aspirants outdoors. At present point defeat they suffered at the
there are about forty men practic- hands of the Spartans in a dual
ing six days a week. By the end of meet earlier in the season.
the week Coach Fisher expects to Preliminaries for the meet will
make another cut, reducing the start at 1:30 Saturday afternoon
squad to about thirty, thus enabl- with the finals scheduled for 8 o'-
ing him to give each man more at-- clock that night. Gate proceeds
tention. will go to the American Olympic
The veteran pitchers are round- fund,
ing into shape rapidly and the - -
sophomores aretreceiving theval- Schell Sets Freshman
uable information that only a ;
former big league pitcher could Mark for Broad Jump
capably give. McNeal, Kaplan, andI-
Manuel have been doing some good Coach Ken Doherty seems to
hurling and are expected to be in have made a valuable discovery in
top form before the season opens. Clark Schell who recently set the
Of the newcomers :Wistert, Mene- Field House broad jump record for
fee, and Tillotson are making good freshmen in the last A.A.U. meet.'
showings. Schell leaped twenty-two and a
--- -half feet, bettering the previous
Fred Sington, former Alabama record by a considerable margin.
football ace, and now assistant to Doherty expects Schell to develop
Wallace Wade at Duke, will play into a point winner for the Varsity
baseball with the Atlanta Crackers next season as he has already bet-
this summer. tered that mark in practice.

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