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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Riskey Praises
Close Contests
At Open House
"Intramural Building's fifth an-,
nual Open House Program offeredr
probably the most hotly contested!
group of finals in the history of
Intramural sport," said Earl N. Ris-
key, Intramural director, as he re-
viewed events yesterday afternoon.
"Out of the melee Theta Chi has
emerged to lead the Intrafraternity
league with 835 points and Alpha
Kappa Lampda has been forced intol
second place with a 727 total. Alpha
Omega is next with 660.
"Theta Chi is sure to maintain its
lead until the end of the winter pro-
gram," said Riskey, "because there
is only one event left, the relays
which count only fifty points for the
winner."
Handball Is Close
Among the various battles staged
during the recent Open House Ris-
key spoke of the handball doubles
and singles. Hilburger and Friedman,
won an uphill battle in the last set to
edge out Lundberg and Taylor, 21 to
17, 18 to 21, and 21 to 20. In the
last set there were three serves made
at 20 all before the match was de-
cided. The faculty handball singles
was also about as tight, Dorsey win-
ning his third consecutive champion-
ship, by defeating Jones, 21-19, 21-18.,
Plenty of people came to stare at
Silverman and Gregory in a ping
pong match which turned out to be
a "natural." Silverman, New Jersey
state champ, impressive with his
tricky serves, long arms, golf pants,
and quick eye, managed to edge out
Gregory, local champ, four sets to
three, after the latter had won three
out of five.
Riskey seemed pleased with the in-
novation in the boxing exhibition.
The fact that Coach "Let" Philibin
pointed out boxing methods and
'raining practices, while his charges
vent through the motions was quite
n harmony with the purpose of
Open House.
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With the hockey season ended aund
the Michigan rink all boarded up
for the summer, the hot stove league
comes into being and picking all-star
teams becomes a pastime.
This writer has critically watched
every Michigan hockey match played
here this season, and then checked
his selection with others quite cap-
able of passing judgment. In all,
three of us who have gone to games
all season have agreed on one all-
star team from among our inter-
collegiate opponents.
Reed Is Captain
Reid and Crossman of Michigan
were the best pair of forwards we
saw. Reid is given the captainship
for his abilities as a stabilizing in-
fluence on the team. Should he wish
to share his captainship with Cross-
man it would not hurt our feelings.
We pick these two for left wing and
center for their stick handling, skat-
ing, offensive, puck carrying, scoring
and passing abilities. Neither man is
brilliantly fast but it usually took
two opponents to bottle up either of
them. Each shoots hard and ac-
curately and goalkeepers playing
against them are worried when that
pair is inside of the defense.
For the right wing position
Schnaar of Western Ontario Univer-
sity is our choice. He is a good of-
fensive player, a demon back checker,
clever in his passing and above all a
good shot. His ability to force his
man outside of himself, bottle his
shot inside the red line and break
fast win him the position.
Sherf Substitute
For the alternate string of for-
wards we would suggest Sherf of
Michigan, Ferris of Michigan Tech,
Cain of Ontario Aggies and Olson
of Marquette. In fact any or all of
these men might just as well be sub-
stituted into the starting line. Olson

4 And Crossman
SA lbSitar Team
i( incin. i( C:1n to 1 eheve
:eid, :tnd Ferris to help in Schnaar's
position. Sherf is not listed for regu-
lar substitutionses his speed and ver-
satility both on the forward or de-
fense wall make him invaluable for
putting on the pressure when the
breaks of the game demand it. Sherf
needs more seasoning and experience
but his speed and shooting bring him
a place on our lineup.
For the defense positions Carlsen
of Minnesota and Daigle of Michigan
Tech get the call. They are smart
defense men, fast, and can take the
bumping of thier position. Both are
dangerous when they get away with
the puck. For relief defense duty we
choose LaBatt of Minnesota.
Almquist In Goal
By far the best goal keeper we saw
was Almquist of St. Mary's. His stel-
lar play here indicates his choice for
any team we might be likely to
choose. It is our guess that if he
should join the pro ranks he could
make good there too. For his sub-
stitute we pick Clausen of Minne-
sota.
Here is, our lineup:
Starting Team Substitutes
Almquist(St.Mary).gcal....Ciausen (Minn)
Carisen (Minn>..defense.....Sherf (Mich)
Daigle (Mich M) defense....LaBatt (Minn)
Crossman (Mich).center...Olson (Marq'te)
Reid (Mich).....forward...Cain (Ont A C)
Schnaar (W Ont)forward. Perris (MichTech)
KELLER COLUMNIST
Jack Keller, erstwhile star hurdler
at Ohio State, also is a sports col-
umnist on the Ohio State Lantern.

Fisher Hopes
To Go Outside
Bef ore Easter
If this year is, an average year,
April first will find Michigan's var-
sity baseball squad outdoors on the
Ferry Field diamond for a week of
practice before spring vacation, ac-
cording to an estimate by Coach Ray
Fisher. The diamond must thaw
thoroughly before anything can be
done with it, end it is still frozen
under the surface.
Last year's team did not take the
field until after the holidays, and the
playing season found them slightly
undertrained. The season this year
opens a few weeks after the vaca-
tion, and the Wolves are consequent-
ly ready to take to the open at the
first opportunity.
Yesterday afternoon was the first
good workout for batters in a week,
since the Field House is dark on dull
days and the offerings of the varsity
pitching staff whiz by in a dark mist.
LIVE in FRENCH
Residential Summer School (co-
educational) In the heart of
. French Canada. Old Country
French staff. Only French spok-
en. Elementary, Intermediate,
Advanced. Certificate of College
Credit. French entertainments,
sight-seeing, sports, etc.
Fee. $150, Board and Tuition.
June 26-July 29. Write ror cir-
cular to Secretary, Residential
French Summer School.
McGILL UNIVERSITY
MONTREAL, CANADA

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