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THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1932

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SixtyEight fnivi uals Are Entered in Swim

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BADGER
TWENTY COLLEGES ADE
SEND COMPETITORS

COACH?

11 [ NK [B MAYSIGNBAUSS-KIRBY LIGHT-HEAVY MATCH
HEADS ALL-CAMPUS BOXING CARD
811 B 61I1Six Titles Will Be Determined Kirby will have a large following

Eastern Luminaries 'Threaten I
Wolverines' Supremacy in
Distance Events.
Tomorrow will see twenty schools
represented by 68 individuals swing
into action in the preliminares of
the ninth annual collegiate swim-
ming championships to be held in
the Intramural pool. Preliminaries
will be held on Friday afternoon in
the 50 and 100 yard free style, fan-
cy diving and the 1500 meter swim.
All other trial heats will be run-off
that night with the finals to be held
Saturday night.
Is Olympic Tryout.
The meet this year is attracting
an unusual amount of interest as it
will also be a try-out for Olympic
candidates. The fact that a num-
ber of the men entered in this meet
will be on the United States team
this summer lends additional inter-
est to the affair.
Michigan's position. as title-de-
fender and the leading favorite to
take the championship again is ex-
pected to make both preliminary
programs and the finals a sell-out.
Tickets for Friday and Saturday t
nights are going rapidly and offi-
cials predict that they will be sold
out today.
East Has Threats.
Several individual stars from the
east are expected to cut into Mich-
igan's total. Among these outstand-
ing performers are Spence of Rut-
gers, who captured two crowns, the
300-yard medley race and the 440,
in the Intercollegiate Swimming as-
sociation meet last week; Callahan
of Columbia, who won the 200-yard
breast stroke at Annapolis; and
Bowman of Lafayette, who has been
showing up remarkably well in the
150-yard back stroke.
A recurrence of sinus infection
has kept Wentworth Lobdell, Big
Ten diving champion from Iowa,
from practicing all week, and his
physician is fearful of further
trouble if Lobdell enters the nation-
als. Consequently, Lobdell will lose
his last chance to win the nation-
al championship unless he is allow-
ed to compete this year, a chance
that is only a possibility at best.

Former Michigan F
Coach May join;

at Wisconsin.
Rumors that George Veenker, for'
many years head basketball coach1

Associated Press Pboto
George Veenker, former Michigan
basketball and football mentor is
reported to be considering a con-
tract for the head grid coaching
position at the University of Wis-
consin.
Big Reds in Fighting
Mood for Wolverines
With the crucial meet with Cor-
nell only three days away, the Wol--
verine thinclads are working at
top speed in an effort to be at the
top of their form. Report~s eman-
ating from Ithaca have it that the
Big Reds are in a fighting mood
and are confidently expecting to
take the measure of Charley Hoyt's
boys.
One thing in the Wolverines' fa-
vor is that they know exactly what
they will have to do. Cornell has
gone through a much more rigid
schedule and at some time or other
each man has been called upon
to record the best time of which
he is capable.
Such is not the case with many
of the Michigan hopefuls. For in-
stance, Captain Russell has never
been pressed and it is a safe bet
that he is capable of turning the
440 at least one second faster un-
for the mile-relay team.

at the University of Michigan, had
signed a contract with the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin for the position of
head grid mentor there remained
undenied by both parties yesterday
afternoon. Neither, however, con-
firmed any agreement between
Veenkeraand the Athletic Council
of the Cardinals.
The former Wolverine cage coach
resigned his post here at the end
of the 1931 basketball season, and
went to Iowa State as head football
mentor, giving as his reason a de-
sire to coach the gridiron sport
rather than the court game. While
here he turned out many successful
cage squads, and he is the author
of several works on basketball,
being recognized as one of the
leading authorities on the game.
Veenker met with conspicuous
success in his guidance of the Mid-
western outfit last fall, raising them
from a low position in the Missouri
Valley conference to a place as title
contenders.
An interesting sidelight on the
negotiations now under way is the
fact that one of his former associ-
ates at Michigan, Irwin Uteritz, is
the new head of the council which
is said to be tendering him a con-
tract. If the Badgers succeed in
getting his services in place of
Glenn Thistlethwaite, resigned grid
coach, they will possess two of the
country's leading cage experts on
their coaching staff.
So highly successful is Veenker's
past record in coaching the grid-
iron sport that his teams will prob-
ably be Big Ten contenders to be
reckoned with, should he sign with
the Badgers.
Have You
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Tonight in Championship however, as he demonstrated con-I
Intramural Bouts. siderable ability in the Freshmanj
bouts early in the fall. He received
Harvey Bauss and Jack Kirby a bye in the semi-final round to
will top the All-Campus boxing enter the finals. His defensive work
finals card tonight at 8 o'clock in
the Intramural building. Special is considerably better than Bauss's
seating capacity has been erected but he ha.- yet to prove that he can
to include 1,600 spectators.nj "take it," if Harvey gets a hard one
The championship of all weight through his defense. He can slug
divisions will be determined tonight with the best of the light-heavies
except the heavyweight title which and should hold the hard-hitting
Jack Slater won last week. Gus Bauss on even terms.
Gleuch, outstanding flyweight, will Gus Trometer will defend his
not have to fight anyone for the middleweight title against a year-
title but will probably open the ling, Bill Felker. Trometer is rated
card with an exhibition bout. as the favorite although Felker will
give him a good fight. Andy Kalon-
The feature match of the evening lick and Lee Shaw, welterweights,
will be between two hard sluggers, are slated to give one of the best
Harvey Bauss of Buffalo and Jack fights of the evening. Both fighters
Kirby of Ann Arbor. Bauss was the can really hit and Shaw' has the
runnerup last season to Jack Star- den oxing ability.
was and has proved that he can Dave Golden and Wayland will
"take it" under fire but Kirby is a mix in the lightweight division.
newcomer that has not had the Golden is a veteran of several
campus-fighting experience that tournaments while Wayland is a
the Buffalo boy has had. newcomer. Superior condition may
win for the veteran.
Coliseum to Close Bob Custer, runner-up two years
ago, will fight Howard Bressler in
SundaayMarch 27 the featherweight title bout. Again'
the veteran is picked although
Michigan's tce rink is slated to Bressler is a rangy youngster. Dave
close March 27 instead of April 1 Gallup and Harold Hirata will pro-
as was previously announced. The duce the fireworks in the first bout,
small number of daily skaters was for the bantamweight champion-
given as the reason for the Sunday ship.
closing.tTicketshmust be used up
before then if the holder is to re-
ceive full benefit from them. ONE!
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TONIGHT'S CARD
H. Hirata vs. D. Gallup, ban-
tamweights.
B. Custer vs. H. Bressler, fea-
therweights.
E. Wayland vs. D. Golden,
lightweights.
L. Shaw vs. A. Kalonick, wel-
terweights.
H. W. Felker vs. G. Trometer,
middleweights.
H. Bauss vs. J. Kirby, light-
heavyweights.
One exhibition bout will in-
clude Gus Gleuch if possible
opponents recover from illnesses.
All bouts will be 3 rounds for
the championship of the Univer-
sity. A.A.U. officials will be in
charge and Matt Mann will an-
nounce the contestants.

DOHERTY'S SQUAD
SE'TS MANY NEW
FRESHMAN MARKS_
With last Saturday's telegraphic
track meet with Illinois, the fresh-
man track season at Michigan
came to a close with several smash-
ed records due to the tireless efforts
exhibited by the freshman track
coach, Ken Doherty.
Numerals for fresman track have
not as yet been released, but will
be announced within the week.
Some of the outstanding perform-
ances of the track season were dis-
played by Willis Ward, Boyd Pant-
lind and Clark Schnell.
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Dougovito to Enter
National Wrestling
Tourney at Indian

Capt. DougoVito and Cliff Stod
dard will be Michigan's lone entrie
in the fifth annual National inter
collegiate wrestling tournament a
Bloomington this Friday and Sat
urday. The Wolverine leader wi.
be entered in the 165-pound divi
sion.
This will be Dougovito's secon
appearance in a national tourne
Last season he was runner-up
165 pounds in the National Inte
collegiates at Providence. In ad
dition to being an intercollegiat
meet the affair is also serving n
a try-out for the United State
Olympic team.
Stoddard, one of the leadin
heavyweight wrestlers of the Wei
tern Conference, is also conceded
fair chance to place in thenmee
'Olympic rules will be in order.
Just Received
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