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THE~ MICHI+GAN DAILY

From the
PRESS BOX
By John Thomas

57 Boxers Will'
Fight In Silver
Shield Tonight

(: o nference Swim
* * *
COACH MATT MANN is in the
same position that Coach Hoyt
was in at this time last week. In
each case their Varsity teams are de-
cided favorites in the Big Ten meets.
Coach Hoyt, who is usually extra
cautious in making remarks about
the possible outcome of a Confer-
ence track meet, loosened up a little
this time last week-in fact he even
seemed optimistic about his team's
possibilities.
And now Coach Mann has taken
a leaf out of Hoyt's book, for in-
stead of his usual pessimism about
the outcome of future meets, he has
a big smile on his face and cheering
word for all and sundry who inquire
about his team's chances in the Chi-
cago pool this week-end in the Big
Ten swimming meet.
Hoyt was stung with defeat, but
Mann expresses a decided distaste
for all bees, especially of the whirl-
wind type with which Indiana swept
the indoor meet. In addition, he is
more sure of victory than ever be-
fore in his life.
We guessed wrong on the track
meet, but undaunted, we submit an,
analysis of the swimming meet.
The minimum score for Michigan
is 36 points and this may be extended
to 41 if everyone comes through.{
Northwestern is second with 30
points, followed by 22 for Illinois, 15
for Minnesota, 2 for Ohio and 1 for
Iowa. Our list gives Chicago, Purdue,
Indiana, and Wisconsin big goose-
eggs.
In the 400-yard relay Michigan,
Northwestern, and Illinois ought to
Finish in that, order. A Wildcat, a
Wolverine, a Gopher, and a Buck-
eye should finish in that order in the
200-yard breast stroke.
Illinois and Minnesota may each
receive five points in the 100-yard
back stroke with Ohio fourth. Of
course this is not counting Captain
Schmieler. Cristy and Kennedy ought
to take care of the 440-free style
with Illinois placing either third or
fourth or both. Northwestern is
given two places in the 100 with Illi-
nois second and Michigan third.
Degener will win the diving but
Northwestern will take the next two
places - maybe - with Minnesota
fourth. The Wildcats and Wolverines
are due to split the 220 free style
so that both receive five points with
Iowa last.

Larsen Promises Twenty
Good Fights Per Night;
Admission Is 40 Cents
7 Campus Entries
Shaw And Stanfield May
Clash Again In Welter
Division Finals
Welterweight fighters are counted
upon to furnish some of the hardest
bouts of the night as. 57 amateur
boxers trade blows at the local Ar-
mory tonight at 8 o'clock in the
opening rounds of the Silver Shield
tournament.
Admission to the bouts will be 40
cents, for which sponsors have prom-
ised at least 20 bouts each night.
Bouts are to be three rounds each.
University Entries
Among the welters are Lee Shaw
I and Carl Burgtorf, both University
boxers who' are conceded a good
chance of taking the title, although
Walter Stanfield, who beat Shaw in
the Golden Gloves finals here, will
be back. Shaw has improved greatly
in recent weeks and if these two
meet in the finals or at any time
during the tourney a vicious grudge
fight may be expected.
Verne Larsen, who is in charge of
the bouts, promised that every bout
would be replete with action.
Flyweights: Bradbury, D e x t e r;
Harper, Battle Creek; Murray, Jack-
son; Ring, Ionia; Scott, Ann Arbor.
Bantamweights: Williams, Ypsi-
lanti; Dowell, Ionia; Stebbleton, Bat-
tle Creek; Rhodes, Three Rivers;
Sheap, Jackson.
Featherweights: Rice and Perez,
University; Vallance, Battle Creek;
Moore, Platt; McGarry, Plymouth;
Briegel, Ann Arbor; Graham, Hast-
ings; Koole, Kalamazoo; Bradbury,
Dexter; Perkins, Battle Creek; Chau-
shoff, Ypsilanti.
Lightweights: Verberg, University;
Wigg, Ann Arbor; Terry, Platt; Cobb,
Ionia; Koneg, Kalamazoo; Hutchin-
son, Kalamazoo; Cox, Battle Creek;
Papulski, Three Rivers; Derelle,
Jackson; Lamphere, Mason.
Welters: Shaw and Burgtorf, Uni-
versity; Stanfield, Ypsi Normal;
Richards, Dundee; Nuthall, Lan-
sing; Donahue, University; Billman,
Battle Creek; Butler, Ionia; Daniel,
Jackson.
Middleweights: McCleery, Ann Ar-
bor; Stauch, Ann Arbor; Smith, Uni-
versity; Page, Ypsi Normal; DeHart,
Ionia; Doletski, Dexter; Button,

Varsity Trims
All-Star Outfit
In Swim Meet
Robertson Takes First In
220; Other Freshmen
Demonstrate Prowess
By ART CARSTENS
Varsity swimmers last night turned
back a challenging All-Star in a close
match that up to the diving was any-
body's battle. A crowd of several
hundred contributed their quarters
to help send the team to the Nation-
als.
The final score was 47 to 37, with
the Varsity's victory in the medley
relay and a first in the diving put-
ting the meet on ice.
Probably the outstanding perfor-
mance was Tex Robertson's when he
trailed Jim Cristy to the finish in the
440 and took the 220 from his class-
mate, Lawrence, with Cristy finish-
ing third.
Robertson swam on the American
Olympic water polo team last year.
Mann said before the meet that the
freshman star would soon be break-
ing five minutes for the 440 although
up to now he has concentrated on
the 220.
Lawrence's victory over both Cristy
and Kennedy in the 220 also caused
considerable comment. Lawrence is
not as well known as Robertson but
from his showing last night must
be counted on in forcasting the 1934
Michigan team.
Three freshman divers, Johnston,
Fehsenfeld and Deifendorf served
notice that Michigan has one of the
best squads of young divers in the
country when they finished close be-
hind Degener in the order named.
Mann pulled one out of the bag
when he put a team composed of
Schmieler, Kamienski, Fenske and
Degener into the 200-yard relay
event. The surprise was general
when Degener swimming anchor
maintained a lead over Dr. (Buck)
Swanson, Michigan's 1927 captain,
to win the event for the Varsity in
1:37.4. The Big Ten record for this
event which is seldom run today is
1:41.

Team Beaten Busy Time In
In Close Meet Diamond Drill!
A seven-point margin gave Minne- Fisher Has Named Wistert
sota's freshman track team a close Patehiin As Favorites For
victory over the Michigan frosh in a .i
telegraphic meet held last Friday. Molind Job
As a result of superiority in the
dashes,rMinnesotaspiledr oalf Another dark afternoon and some
tricky curves kept Coach Ray Fish-
55 1-2 points against Michigan's er's charges swinging on air frequent-
total of 48 1-2. ly yesterday afternoon in the Field
Minnesota took three firsts, three House nets. Batting practice as the
seconds, and two thirds out of the usual routine was the order of the
three dash events to pile up a com- day, and several of the Varsity pitch-
fortable lead. However, the Maize ers were keeping the boys busy in the
and Blue freshmen came back strong two enclosures with Captain Mike
in the 440, 880, and the mile, tak- Diffley and Fisher himself as the re-
ing three firsts, a second, and two ceivers.
thirds. Singer of Minnesota and Whitey Wistert found himself in
Gorman of Michigan performed well difficulty at the plate with a snappy
for their respective teams. right-hander breezing in some old-
Two Records Smashed fashioned twisters of the round-
The Michigan team broke two house variety. John Regeczi was alsc
freshman Field House records during in the nets and was having no picnic
the meet. Hunn pole vaulted 12 feet trying to judge the crooked ones
9 inches to break the former record Artz, Ratterman, Chapman and
of 12 feet 6 inches made by Jean- others were having less difficulty, al-

Fr osh Cinder

Batters Have

Yearling Mat Team
Will Go Into Meet
Coach Cliff Keen has now joined
Otto Kelly in drilling the freshman
wrestling team for the State A. A, U.
championships, to be held in Detroit,
March 26. The outstanding members
of the yearling squad will be en-
tered. The varsity has disbanded and

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nette in 1932. The relay team com-
posed of Gorman, Randall, Patton
and Ellerby clipped three seconds off
the old Field House record to set up
a mark of 3:33.6.
The freshman team will appear in
their last telegraphic meet of the
season against Indiana next Satur-
day.
Varsity Fencers To Give
Exhibition At Open House
Coach John . Johnstone's fencing
stars will give an exhibition as the
feature of the Open House at Bar-
bour Gymnasium this evening. Spec-
tators are invited to attend the dem-
onstration.
Both the Varsity and freshman
fencers will be on hand, and after
their part in the program will aid
Coach Johnstone in giving individual
instruction to the members of the
classes.
The usual program of basketball,
mixed badminton, ping pong, and a
class in correctives will be offered.
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though the day was decidedly dark.
Wistert, Patchin Good
Wistert, according to the mentor,
is coming along well as a hurler, and
he is likely to see a good deal of
service in the coming season in that
role. Patchin, a promising sopho-
more, seems assured at this time of
a goodly share of the mound duties.
Michigan's infielders are rounding
into shape fast in the nets, and they,
along with the batteries, will have
a head start on the outfielders as
the squad takes to the outdoors. The
outfielders, lacking practice on flies
indoors usually look like rookies at
that time, usually coming into shape
about a week or two later.
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Howell.I
Lightheavies: Kirby, University;
Ragadone, Jackson; Suckow, Mason.
Heavies: Newman, Ypsi Normal;
Whipple, Mason.

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