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THlE M 111G1)N A I,,Y'

From the
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Sate itie Seveii es
Swi BTtle WorSelied imi For
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ionfereince Basketball Season
Uncovers Unosutal Soph Taler

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By John Thomas

4ll-Sturs Vs. Vursity
fall-Ca (Ilfl p s Box ing
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HE SWIMMING TEAM wants to
win two more titles before the
season is closed, the Conference and
the Intercollegiate. As far as ability
is concerned, Michigan has an excel-
lent chance to cop both champion-
ships, but something else stands in
their way-money to make the trips
on.
Coach Matt Mann looked over the
prospects of adding these honors to
Michigan's athletic standard for the
year 1932-33 and decided that the
one essential thing was lacking, not
swimmers of championship ability,.

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Battle Creek High last night re-
tained its State Class A swimming
title when it scored 36 points to lead
Lansing Central, its closest competi-
tor by 5 points.'
In Class B Ypsi Roosevelt defend-
ing champ took a nosedive and was
mundly trounced by Ypsi Central

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for he had a few of them, but money River Rouge and University High of
to make the trips on. Ann Arbor. Central took the title
Consequently, as the Athletic As- with 45 points, River Rouge was sec-
sociation did not give the swimming ond with 35, University High had 15,
budget enough to include the Inter- while Roosevelt amassed a mere 11.
collegiates, Mann decided to earn the Ann Arbor High and Jackson tied
money. He has put on meets, with for third in Class A with nine points
a slight fee charged for admission, apiece. Lansing Eastern had eight.
and has raised about $250.00 of which Flint Central, 6; Monroe, 4; and Kal-
some must be spent in putting the amazoo Central, 3.
team in the Chicago tank next week CLASS A
in the Big Ten.CASA
intr thBiTea200-yard Relay - First, Lansing
After this deduction was mahe the Central; second, Battle Creek; third,
sum seemed very small. Then e all Ann Arbor; fourth, Lansing Eastern.
star group of former Michigan cap- Time---i:44:3.e
tains and stars, challenged Mann's 1-4s k-.
Varsity to a meet, scheduled Tues- 100-yard Breast Stroke -- First,,
days The members of this group are Ypez, B. C..); second, estenholtz
coming from out-of-town, paying (L. C.); third, Wingerter, (L. E.);
their own expenses, so that the whole fourth, Mason, Monroe. Time-
'gate' will go to the fund that will 1:14:5.
put the Varsity in the Intercolle- 50-yard Free Style-First, Iaberg,
giates. (L. C.); second, Bacon, (Flint C.);
But Jack Blott has another idea. third, Barthold, (Kalamazoo C.);
He has under his wing a group of fourth, Hoyt, (B. C.). Time-:25:6.
faculty water polo players who have 220-yard Free Style--First, Gear-
several victories over the Varsity hart, (A. A.); second, Sootsman, (B.
under their belt. He decided that 'C.); third, Harryman, (L. C.); fourth,
he'd see if the All-Stars were really lamp, (B. C.). Time-2:28:7.
in earnest. He challenged them, of- 100-yard Backstroke -First, Dzi
fering them an opprtunity to gain oba,, (B. C.); second, Yentz, (Mon-
a long-awaited revenge for the nu- roe); third, Hicks, (L. E.); fourth,
merous defeats suffered at the hands Kinney, (L. C.). Time-1:10.
of the faculty swimmers in former 100-yard Free Styie--First, Mc-
years. Kibblon, (L. C.); second, Bacon,
Captain Bob Miller (Flint C.); third, Reedy, (B. C.);
The All-Stars, led by Captain Bob fourth, Barthold, (Kalamazoo C.).
Miller, of course acepeted and the Time-:57:1.
game has been decided as a climax Lowboard Diving-First Marshall,
to the Tuesday night's activities. (Jackson); second, Simons, (D. C.);
Even though the swimming meet it- third, Preston, (B. C); fourth,
self will be well worth the admission 1Chamberlain, L. C.
charge, the water polo game will be 150-yard Medley Relay - First,
a honey. The All-Stars have been Battle Creek; second, Lansing Cen-
suffering.under the taunts and digs. tral; third, Jacko: fourth, i
that the faculty stars have been dish- Eastern. Time 1:29:0. (N'w ste
ing them on the street, and in the Class A record).I
pool during practices for years. They-
have about decided that its now or i L
nevei' with the worn-out duckers Ffaternity l,,ofs
that they claim makeup the faculty's .
lineup. ]i i iO I ItI
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THE HOCKEY SEASON may be Fraternity class "A" basketball
T over forMichigan, but not for play-offs advanced nearer the chai-
the co-captains, Reid and Crosstman, pionship final when Beta Theta Pi
Both men will join the Windsor Mic defeated Zeta Psi, 24 to 12, Phi
Macs against the Windsor Bulldogs Gamma Delta downed Sigma Nu, 19
in a charity game in Windsor Mon- to 7, and Alpha Delta Phi eked out
ma nht gat double overtime victory, 20 to 18,
day niht. no, D it, K qna Epsilon at the In-

Mihigan's championship golf teamn'
will have seven dual meets before en- ;
tering the Big Ten tournament, it
was announced yesterday by Frank-
lin C. Ca pon, assistant direcor of
athletics.
' The schedule includes two confer-
ence opponents, and a home-and-
home series with Michigan State and
Michigan State Normal.. Four of the
meets will be held in Ann Arbor, and
the only competition outside of the
state will be May.3, when the Wol-
verines will journey to Evanston to
face Northwestern. This meet will
help familiarize the Maize-and-Blue
linksmen with the Evanston course
where the Conference Meet will be
held May 23 and 24.
State Meet is First
Michigan State will inaugurate the
season April 29 when the Spartans
invade Ann Arbor. A week later
Michigan faces Northwestern. March
5 finds the Wolves back home, play-
ing host to Dayton University, of
Dayton, Ohio.
The only home match against Con-
ference competition' comes on May
13, with Ohio Stats providing the op-
position. Three days later Michiganr
State will be met in a return match
at East Lansing.
The final meet of the year brings

Misfortune scoins to accompany(
thle cotc of aMcia man to
the 11 c:.~ilc y of a vasi ty squad C. . Jlie
scio rc:7e injuries and illnesses
pr oit 'ontly, than the remainder
of any reG 'ular squad.
The most notable examples are
found on three of the season's teams.
The case of Captain Ivy Williamson,
end on the football team, hardly
needs re-telling. Williamson, al-
though participating in every rame,
was kept on the sidelines during< the
majority of the team's practices with?
a knee injury. .
Captain Blair Thomas, veteran
135-pound wrestler, was the second
leader to be hit.
T h om as c a me
down with influ--
enza just - before
the opening meet,
was idle until the
Eastern trip, and
then fightiin g
above h i s usual
weight, w a s de-
feated. Only in.the
two meets last
week did Thomas
come into his own,

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fisticuffs for every
at the spectatorlnve
st night. Probably, a
amber of goes will be
hursday before the Wit
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sted, since at
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and score victories.
Another instance is Captain Mutt'
DeBaker of the track squad. De-
Baker, experienced quarter-miler, was
ill throughout the early training sea-
son, and has been slow in reaching
his full form. A leg injury to Tom
Ellerby, another 440 man, made De-
Baker's illness the more unfortunate.
The jinx has been especially pre-
valent on the cross-country team,
where for the last

LJ AI if c i +U" + By SIDNEY ;RANKEL to her to sophomore stars, Wilmer
This past basketball season in the Hsket and Bill Beiter, for her win-
Ten rodceda lage umbr ofiii'~ga tie for time title ini face of
ostp)oned Bouts Planned 1 i et1poucea sargeteuzbenlnof ofpye
[)Sj)OlC( ButsPlarnhomore upstarts who stepped into (I0 p:ro- ago'_ predict o vs. Ho: ket played
For March 15 And 16; the shoes of veteran players and pro.. an iiispensable game throughout
p B x Compete C eded to ma e tings hm th ent was named
amu BoesCm te None of the Big Ten teams cce~Aii-ofersenera
without a sophomore in the startimg A 11 - Conference
With 60 entries in and more com- I lineup, and the general Lverage ' teams. Illinois had
g, fight fans are assured of getting showed 40 per cent of the places' two s o p h o in o r e
eir 40 cents worth when they at- taken by second year men. Three footballers, Frank
id the Silver Shield bouts to be ms d sg o mFO chauer and
teams showed a single sopihom.ore inl''otr n
ld in the local Armory Wednesday the regular lineup, these beingv Mic'hi- Jack Beynon, as
d Thursday nights.' The bouts ";l flef0
re originally seTduled for Wed- gan, Minnesota. and Northwe'tern. reglars, 'he fo-
Badgers Have Five Sopls milr, a forward,
sday and Thursday of last week An all-soph Wisconsin team stamt- being high in the
t were postponed because of the f- ed the season and won four Confer- Conference scoring
.ncial situation. ence victories in a row before it met column at the end
Verne Larson who is putting onh ahLUMMER of the season and
e show promised three fast rounds defeat at the hands of the champion-[
iship Northwestern outfit. The linemu also named cn several All-Confer-

Michigan State Normal here on May
20, three days before the Big Ten1
Championships begin at Evanston,
Prospects Are Brightx
Prospects for the team are bright,
with Johnny Fischer, Big Ten and
National Intercollegiate title-holder,
leading the team, along with Captain
Alex Jolley, and Ed Dayton, mem-
bers of 'last season's championship
squad,
George David, newly-elected hockey
captain, John Howard,* outstanding
player from the Kalamazoo section,
and Johnny Loveland, reserve in
1932, are figured to make up the re-
mainder of the first team.

three seasons theI
2aptains have been
otu of action. Doc
Howell was under3
wraps all fall with
a knee hurt and
only in the indoor
track season has
he come into his
own. Runner-up int
the C o n f e r en cc
Meet ofG
1932, he finished in a low place this
year. Harmon Wolfe, captain in 1931
and Dave Fitzgibbons, leader of 1930
team also suffered. Fitzgibbons was
practically a negligible factor' and
Wolfe able to run only half the sea-
ion.

Glovers to Compete'
Many of ;the boxers who con-i
peted in the , recent Golden Gloves
meet at the Armory will be teturn-
ing to the scene of their .former tri-
umphs but many .new faces will be
evident as the battlers climb' into the
ring's calcium glare.
Several prominent Campus boxers
will fight' before going into' training
again for the charity, bouts scheduled
for the middle of April.-
Outstanding among. these will be
Carl Burgtorf who.'made an imipres-
sive showing in the . Golden Gloves
novice division. Tony 'Dauckszatn, a
freshman from Grand Rapids, may
fight before going out for sprig foot-
ball practice.
Other Universi4y fighters will be'
Perez and Rice, feathersil' Kirby, a
light heavy; Wilfred'nith and Joe
Smith, middleweights; and Ve'berg
and Wiggs, middleweight'S.
12.Ligtwelghts 'to Fight
Much of the fightingvill be in the
lightweight' divsion which has 12 en-
tries. The rnidilw ight. are .agin
expected. to be theclas f the , meot-
Stanfield of'-Vpfslanti will' be -back
looking for new titles Whilp Lee ShAw
and Carl 'Burgtorf of tie: Uiver-
sity, Earl Mccleery of Ann 'Arbor,
and Richards of Dundee-will try to
keep him from repeating.
Winners and runners-up will be :
awar ded silver shields upon which
their names are to be engraVed. Lar-
sen prophesied that despite the
banking, holidays and other tributary'
ills' the hall, seating 1;260; would be
hacked both nights. '
The 'sport staff beat the business
staff 'iin a recent'baskel ball etigage-
ment, 28 to 8, despite information' to
the contrary in the advertising sec-
tion.

of this Badger team included Poser
and Smith as for-
wards, Knake at
center, and Ham- s
inn and McDonald
as guards. This
regular - team, if it
starts the season
intact. next year,
ought to be a
dangerous threat
to the title.
The Indiana team
that pushed Ohio
State out of -an BASTIAN
undisputed Conference title, because
of illness of the players and because
of experimentation by Coach Everett
Dean, almost continually showed two
or three sophomores in the lineup.
Purdue Most Fortunate
Purdue, Illinois, and Ohio State,
however, were the most fortunate in
respect to gaining sophomore stars.
The Boilermakers found two excel-
lent guards in Norm Cotton and Ed-
Shaver, both of whom were reasons
for Purdue's comeback after an early
season slunip. Ohio State owes much

ence quintets.
Iowa Gains Stars
Iowa and Chicago, too, did not
lack in second year stars. Howard
Bastian and John Grim were regulars
on the strong I-awkeye outfit that
finished in a tic with the Wolverines
for third place. Bastian practicall
burned up the courts in the begin-
ning of the year but suffered a let-
down later. Chicago had good use
from two sophs, Merrifield and Offill.
Michigan, Minnesota, and North-
western also had their quota of soph-
omore basketballers. Al Plummer, a
forward, Ji7my O'Connor, a guard,
and Al K. w'al, a guard, . 'amned valu-
able experience for these teams be-
sides doingr excellent work.

KNEESSI ON SHELF
'+IkIAI, 1'la. -P- (T) -- Herb Kneessi,
promising apprentica jockey who suf-
feted a' broken left shoulder when
thrown from his mount, San Manor,
probably ivill not be able' to rile
again before the close of the Hialeah
Park. meeting.

'XIural Swilit iling Meet
lakes Place MarCh 28
The all-campus swimming contests
will be held at 7:30 p. m., March 29,
at the Intr'a]iiunl'al Pool' All entries1
must be ii not later thlu 5 p. m.,N
March 2.v
The following events are sched-
uled:40-yard and 100-yard free style,
50- yard and 109-yard breast stroke,
diving, four recuired dives, two op-
tionae medlce, yards breast, 25
yards back, 25 yards crawl. No con-
testant will be llowed to enter more
than one event. Four ui' more entries
are needed in each race 'before it will
c run off.

'Joe Downing, basketball captain-
two sea sosms ago, waskanother victim
of the captaincy jinx.. Downing play-
cd in only two games and then" for
but a short time,
Last season Jack Tompkins, act-
ng captain (f the baseball team was}
on 1he bench most of the yea' with
a sore arm. Crossman and Reid,
hockey'leaders this season have both
been laid up with injuries.

MICHIGAN BELL
TELEPHON E CO.

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tramural Building.
DEPRESSION and banking prob- The first round of the Independent
lems seem to have put an in- basketball eliminations was also com-
glorious end to All-Campus boxing. pleted with the Hilltoppers, Blue-
Unofficially it died when Emer Mit- 'birds, Frosh Physical Eds, surviving
chell and Let Philbin decided that battles with the Cardinals, Physical
due to the uncertain date of the Sil- Eds, and Trojans respectively. The
ver Shield meet and the following Whirlwinds showed plenty of power
charity bouts to be held in. Yost 'as they dizzied the Hurricanes in a
Field House, it would be inadvisable breather, 47 to 13.
to hold a separate All-Campus cham-
pionship tourney.
The I-M department and Philbin
wil lend their entire support to the
charity bouts to be held in April. It
was proposed that the All-Campus
tourney be carried on at the I-M
building with the finals being held to1
during the Open Hoise, scheduled
for March 22. The Silver Shield meet
will take place March 15 and 16.
Since Let Philbin made boxing one
of the most important of the 'mural-
ports seven years ago with his first
All-Campus bouts, these meets have
become annual events and have at-
tracted large crowds. There is still
plent yof interest in boxing but re-
cent Golden Gloves bouts and the
forthcoming Silver Shield have stolen
the show from the All-Campus event.
At At At

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of Tuesday, March 14
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The League Standings
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