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March 22, 1933 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN I)AILY

Doctor George A. May Recalls1
Olympic Games Of Other Years
By IRVING LEVITT
Spring Football In conjunction with moving pic-
ures of the Tenth olympiad which
D rill H eld Dailyw'ill be shown tonight in Hill Audi-
torium, through the co-operation of
At Field House the Athletic Board in Control and
lTheDaily, an interview was ar-?
ranged with Dr. George A. May, head.
of the men's physical education de-
Spring football is well under wad atet ocrin h atOy-
now and intensive practice is being partnent, concerning the past Olym-
held every night at the Field House. pic games. Dr. May is a great en-
Practice begins at 8 p. m. every day tias t hp
and a six-week period of funda- since he is the oldest trac estarte
mentals is expected to show the
basic strength of the 1933 squad. Dr. May was present at the games
Coach Jack Blott is drilling the hed in StLisn10and r
linemen in the fundamentals of the in Paris in 1924. "The teams from
shoulder, and cross-body blocks, while the various countries that partici-
C h p a W y e a pated in the games at Paris were!
irecting the ends and backs i p segregated," Dr. May said, pointing
out the most noticeable difference
ing ad lockin. aLast night the between the Paris Olympics and the
squad of approximately 50 men wasoeshlatosAgesat
divided into four teams with two nes held at Los Angeles last
teams working together. The men No Training Tables
were given instructions in signals Te mrsiofgeacea
and plays, and then engaged in a "The members of each team had
very light scrimmage. to take care of themselves in the best
One temporary backfield was made way they could. There was no uni-
up of IHerman Everhardus of last formity, therefore some of the men
year's team, and Steven Remias, were at a physical disadvantage be-
Leonard Wilhelm, and Richard cause of the poor living conditions
James of the freshman squad last during the period of training before
year. Other prospective backfield their events, while other teams had
the most favorable training condi-

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men are: Triplehorn, Bolas, and"
Dogshell. They will work out with tions'
the regular backs who come out this "At the Los Angeles Olympiad," he
week. pointed out, "all the,-athletes lived
Only five of last year's men were under the same conditigrs. The most
modern training quartes were pro-
out last night but Coach Harry Ripke vider tinin te s w lyr-
expects several more before the end or by the United States Olym-
of the week. The letter men. out are pie Associations.
Johnny Kowalik, Oscar Singer, and Commenting on the olympic games1
Louis Westover. at St. Louis, Dr. May said that, as
.in Paris, the athletes were consid-
erably segregated and many had to
Arrival O S 2rinvx find living accommodations the best
way possible.
Finds Basebullers "Although there were a great many
countries represented then ,the num-
Prdctis ing Indo r*s ber has greatly increased and it
reached its peak in the last games.
There has been a steady increase
Spring is come! But all hopes that in the spirit of competition in each
Coach Ray Fisher and his diamond succeeding Olympiad.
charges would be able to take to Bad Feelings Absent
Ferry Field were lost yesterday when
very unspringlike weather kept the Dr. May denied that the games
squad at the same routine which has create .bad feelings between winning
prevailed in the Field House since and losing nations. "Immediate con-
the first call was issued. tacts might be irritable, but the gen-
eral feeling seems to be of a better
Fisher Discouraged by Snow understanding along the lines of a
"This weather has me down," better spirit of good sportsmanship
Coach Fisher said gloomily, gazing to the highest degree. Sometimes
At the snow, "I can't tell a thing i this spirit prevails over the athlete
about the boys' fielding until I get even to the point of not contesting
them outside. All but two of my in an illegal event."
pitchers have their arms in good It is a well-known fact that some
shape, but the infielders and out- of the European athletes use beer
fielders haven't had a chance to show and other liquors while in training.
their ability as yet." Lively battles Much discussion arose in Los Angeles
are developing for the infield posi- whether or not the use of these
tions with Oliver, Paulson, Teitel- liquors was illegal in the United
baum, and Mayfield all in the race, States. "The drinking of liquors or
while the outfield positions are still'any other method of training which
the center attraction for the heavy the European athletes desired to use
hitters on the squad. was permitted to take place in their
Batting drills have been the prin- own living quarters in Los Angeles,"
cipal program for the outfielders and he said.
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