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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

5AT1UDA'T MAR'CH 11,_195-

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Answver Fi v"
GridironCl
Spring Ia~ctiNe Bci
With Drills, B
And Pais ing
More than 74GWien answered h~le
first call for spring football practice
issued by Coach Harry Kipke last
Wednesday. The practice was held
in Yost Field Houecuse of the
bad weather conditions.
After first going-h, ig evrt
setting-up exercise,, to loosen 7lruused
muscles. Co ac h Kipkc dliv.iiddth'lI e
k squad into t%)
,routp". one coin'-
posed of backs; and
nds, the other comn-
oso e d of centers.
Sacki Cs, and guards.
a~pke and "Wally"
Weber took over the
as and ends and
)ut theirsthr ough
_ b l1 o c k ini, practice.
KIPKE After the blocking
practice, the squad worked out on
some simple passing drills that in-
cluded running and arm work.
Most Of Squad Out
Most of last fall's squad«c, with the
exception of the seniors awnd several
engaged in other sports, returned.
The most noteworthy of these excep-
tions are Ted Petoskey, Whitey Wis-
trTed Chapman, and Johnny
Regeezi, who are now trying out for
the baseball team and will be occu-
pied with this sport all spring. The
track season also will prevent some
gridders from taking part in the
spring workout. Willis Ward and
Jack Heston are now on the track
squad and cannot be spared.
A greater part of last fall's fresh-
man squad is out, and the fight for
the Chicago Alumni Trophpr _omises
to be as keen as it'
has been in the'
past. This prize is
awarded to theh
'rsh ma pbs nd
sosubetadmost promising in
spring practice. It h sb e w r e
only twice, in 1931
to Herman Ever-
hardus, and last
!year to Geraldtfae.L >
Ford. ",jq~u
Freshmen Show PromiSS'
SThe freshman u'dwl ic
much promi 'ing, - ?'.<tl l.Davet'
Hunn, star quarterba~ck ofd 1he.,squad,
'will not be out bec . of ! h1;.r -
ticipation in track. HowevrItree
others of the first string-b a cks, Steve
Remias, Howard Triplehorz:, ill
Wallbridge, are out, vworking;,, I rd
for Varsity position.

E i '.Phi -Offls
'J ~ I ThtaPi, 21;,ZetaPsi,12
Phil Acvh Kpp, I; ;Phi Chi, 17.
Alp,,h2 De~ta Phi., 20t; Delta Kappa:
P-1-i am Delta, 19:, Sigma Nu, '7.
#AlpiaiTau iOmega:-ThetaIDelta
ChipPlay oiy
i (1Games Next Weekj
jBeta Thicta Phi-Chi Psi.
'Theta Chi-Alpha Delta Phi.
IjPhi Gamm a Delta.-Alpha Sigma
Phi.
Phi Alpha Kappa-Winner A, T. 0?.-
l ; (Class B (naines
' Delta Ta1'u. aDelta-Phi EKappa Sigma.
' Delta Fp silon-Chi Psi.-
ludependent Play -Offs
Hilltoppers, 25; Cardinals, 16.
Bluebirds, 23; Phys. Ed~s., 9.
Whirl winds, 47; Hurricanes, 13.
Car tis Next Week
Fro:sh Whys. Ed:,;.-Whirlwinds.
'Team winner, Flying Dutchmen,
29 points.
Individual Nwnners: 118 p)ounds,I
jKatchka; 126 pounds. Barsel; 135
pounds, Le~oritz.
Ducit to the early closing of thel
skating rink the Intramural hockey
leagues have not been completed. In
League A the Rangers have won all
three games. In league B the Hawks
have also won all three of their
> These two teams would have met
in the play-offs. Both teams were
capable of fast hockey with several
outstanding players in their roster.

Prep Simr
BSekTitles A
lntiani U ral Pool
INeu rly 200 prep rp ettvsof
c lass A, and B hlighl schools will, com-
petec for state swimming- titles in theI
Intramural Pool t odaiy under the miry-
pices of the University and the pr-r.
,sonal supervision of Coach MaOt
IMann.
IThe preliminaries w.ill be run onf
starting at 10 a. m. today with the
finals in all events set for 7:30 to-
night, Admission p~rices are 10 cents
for the morning and 25 cents to-
night.
Battle Creeks, defending champion
in class A has the most entrants
with 22. Pontiac wit h 19 is close be-
hind. Lansing Central and Fordson
have 16 each; Monroe, 12; Ann Ar-
bor, 12; Lansing Eastern, 12; Jack-
son, 15. Grand Rapids Central and
Kalamazoo Central have three each,
while Grosse Pointe and Flint Cen-
tral have one each.
In Class B, Ypsi Roosevelt, defend-
ing champion, is sending 14 swim-
mers, Ypsi Central, 18; River Rouge,
13; University High of Ann Arbor,
1;and East Lansing, 2.
> Eight events will be run off in each
class. They are 200-yard free style
relay (four men), 100-yard breast
stroke, 100-yard free style, fancy div-
ing, and 150-yard medley.
rLittle is known about the compara-
tive strength of the class A teams,
but Battle Creek is a heavy favorite
to retain the title. Lansing Central
'made a strong bid last year and has
another equally good aggregation
this season.
Michigan State greeted, its ne0w
football coach, Charlie B~achman,
with a big pep meeting when he re-
cently arrived for spring drill.

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