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"""'1" Spring activities are the next big
More Ihan Seventy events of the Intramural sports
Candidates. calendar and will open with fra-
ternity baseball, starting two days
after school resumes after spring
Spring football on fulltime basis recess, Wednesday, April 20. From
was inaugurated last night with the then until the end of the semester
opening outdoor practice of the the card will be kept quite busy, for
season. About ten men responded there are 60 teams entered and the
schedules are made up to be an-
to Kipke's call for additional can- icnedsoon.
nounced soon.
didates, to augment the squad of A week later faculty and inde-
67 that has been working indoors pendent diamond teams will get un-
for the past few weeks. der way, but the feature of Mon-
A short scrimmage session was day, the 25th, is the opening of the
All- Campus Singles Tennis meet
the feature of the initial workout.' Aamt s itil m tens fer
No set lineup was used and substi- and the intial matches of frater-
tutions were frequent. The purpose ity play and faculty singles. Fra-
of the scrimmage was primarily to termty horseshoes will start along
accustom the men to their new sur- with All-Campus Doubles the lat-
roundings, so nothing of a strenu- ter part of this same week.
ous nature was attempted. The feature of the spring
Fay, Everhardus and Newman got card is the return of hard base-
into the scrimmage and demon- ball due to the increasing de-
strated that they have lost little mand for it. A meet under reg-
of their old time form during the ulation rules in included this
winter months. year, the teams to be organized
Search for Pivot Man. among t h e various schools.
Typical teams that are expect-
One of the main dificulties con ed to enter are Frosh Lits, Soph
froncing Kipke this season is to Lits, Frosh and Soph Engin-
Aind a capable pivot man to replacee cers, Physical Eds, Upperclass
_ Maynard Morrison, all-American Lits, Dents, and the like. Any
E star of last season. Fuog, Emling group interested should start
and Ford alternated at this posi- practice at once and get in
.ion during yesterday's scrimmage. touch with Coach Ray Fisher
A short tackling drill also con- or Earl Riskey. A special dia-
fstituted an integral part of the mond and all equipment will be
Iworkout, with Kipke giving his provided for this meet.
personal attention to this import-
ant fundamental. Other outstanding events on the
Blair Thomas, veteran University From now until the opening of spring calendar will be All-Campus
of Michigan grappler in the 135- spring vacation, and for two or Shooting the next day, and Faculty
pound class, who was elected last three weeks after that, practice will Rifle Shooting the following day.
night to pilot the squad through the be held daily. If weather does not The following week, on May 10th,
1932-33 season. permit work on South Ferry field Faculty Golf will get under way,
during the afternoon, an evening and the links should begin to be-
All-Campus Tumbling drill will be held in the field house. come quite crowded with entries.
Plug Line Gaps. Outside of the Sigma Delta Psi
Meet Begins Tonight! Among the letter men from last tests which start the first week of
fall who reported yesterday were, school after the coming vacation,
Gymnastic competition in the Kowalik and Cantrill. Kipke is de- there will then remain but two
All-Campus meet starts tonight at pending upon this duo to help plug events to complete the card: All-
7:30 with five events included on the gap left in his line through the Campus Archery May 12th, and the
the program, one required and one graduation of last year's regulars. annual Baseball Field Meet the
optional with an exercise in each Willis Ward was stationed at an 29th. This will close another suc-
event. end post. If he is able to continue cessful year of Intramural sports
Last year Rauber took high point the form showed last season as a activities and bring the semester
honors and the title of the side- member of the freshman team practically to a close.
horse, horizontal bar, and parallels. there seems to be a strong possibil-
The remaining two events were ity that he will work into a regular
won by Ponto, tumbling title-hold- job. In this event, there remains
er, and Bauch, flying rings champ- the chance that Petoskey, who
ion. Awards are given to each win- starred at end last season, will be
ner as well as to the annual high shifted to the fullback post left
point man. vacant by Bill Hewitt. U

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