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Diamond Teams
Are Kept Inside
By Bad Weather,



Altenhof And Co. Win Five Games
Gymnasts To Have Circus


All-Star Cage Teams, Summary Illinois Only
Review Of Winter Sport Records Teamrn To G(
Sport Shots Extensive V
* * i
ICHIGAN'S FORMER BASKETBALL varsity who are now playing un- 1im Bat
attached, ran up five victories in a nine-day period, dating from March ----

o Ontside For
eery Good

Starwas And 1atuss
To Meet Again In
Good Will Tourney
Jack Starwas and Harvey Bauss
may once again trade blows in an
amateur prize fight, according to an
announcement made by Vernon Lar-
son, promoter of the Good Will Box-
ing Show, yesterday.
The fight, if it comes off as
planned, will be the headliner of the
show planned for April 26, in Yost
Field House.

Novel Acts To
Feature Gym
Squad Exhibit
For the second consecutive year
the Varsity gym team under the di-
rection of Coach Billy West will stage
a home exhibition. The big event
will be held at 7:30 next Friday eve-
ning in the large gymnasium of the
Intramural Building. Although a
definite program has not yet been
arranged, apparatus work, drill,
gymnastic dancing, pyramid build-
ing, and several novelty numbers
will be included on it.
The whole program will be carried
on to the rhythm of music furnished
by Michigan's old maestro, Paul
Tompkins, and the novelty acts
will be enlivened by distinctive cos-
Last year's exhibition was attend-
ed by about 600 people and at the
recent Intramural Open House the

"All-Nations" Team Forecast
For Next Basketball Seast

16 through March 24. The team of A
Garner journeyed to Huntington a we
there, 42 to 23.
The Michigan men had not played
half-time, the score stood, 18 to 8, in
the second half the Wolverines starte
through the hoop, including double ti
one-handed shots from the sidelines.
Last Sunday they went in to Detr
The game-was easy for the Ann Arbor1
of Daniels.
They signed up with Fisher Bodyc
and when they went to the first game]
were in the Michigan Industrial'
Championship. Altenhof did not ac-I

company the team on the Wednesday
night sojourn to the Vehicle City be-
cause of studies. However the team
won handily,
On the next night, Thursday, they
defeated the Kelloggs of Battle Creek,
37 to 28. In this game Fisher Body
was made up in part by Michigan
men and in part by the members
of their team in the Flint Federation.
Friday night the team won the
Michigan Industrial district chain--
pionship by stopping R. & S. Shoes
of Saginaw, 18 to 17. It was in this
game that the difference in two
basketball systems nearly disrupted
the success of the Fisher team. While
Coach Cappon's former chs rges were
in the game without any others, the[
team clicked, but with the substitu-
tion of some of the other players,
neither group could work with the
other, and chaos resulted.
While the make-up of the Fisher
team was mostly Michigan men, they
used the Michigan system, but when
it was not, they just played-if you
get what we mean.
They will probably take part in
several exhibitions in the next week'
or so throughout the state.
nastics famie, claims to have one
of the hardest~ working squads on
campus. In theseconk nweek in Octo-
ber his teams report for practice and
continue until the second week in
May. During the: fall and spring,
they only work out three times a
week, but during the winter they
have six practices each seven days.
His team has been invited all over
the state to give exhibitions and to
enter meets. All of this training is,
as far as West is concerned, for two'
purposes. One is' the Conference
meet, and the second, is for the an-
nual Circus, which is scheduled for
next Friday night in the Intramural
Paul Tompkins will furnish the
music for the events, playing accom-
paniments to the stars of the rings,
horse, bars, mats, etc.
SIX BIG TEN sport editors have
selected All - Conference t e a m s
which we have seen. For those six
selections, Reiff, . Johnson, Hosket,
Parmenter, and Mattison get the call
as the most-used players on those six
We counted one point for a first
team selection, one-half for a second
team position, and one-fourth for al


ltenhof, Eveland, Daniels, Petrie, and Urple Seek Outfi',dersi The two prominent light-ieavi
eek ago Friday and defeated the Elks leeSeek Outde lder1 t three times last year, ach figh
VeteranIi nfideldv "I'rFIiw 'being very close. 'This year Starwa
Sfor three week before this game. At With A edi .itis is not in school. but is living in Ypsi-
favor of the home team. However in A11lanti. Bauss has btxn busy with hi:
activities on the wrestling team.
d to click. Everything they tried went .Although Coach Ray Fisher has Starwas said after he had won the
tipoffs, out-of-bound plays, and wild, not been able to take his diamond Michigan G o 1 d e n Gloves Oper
charges onto Ferry Field as yet, plans Championship this winter that he
roit to defeat the Auto Club, 47 to 24. for the baseball season . are pO- was through with boxing, but sincE
boys, who played without the services gressing rapidly, not only at Michi- then has tentatively agreed to ap-
gan, but at other Conference schools pear in the Good Will show.
of Flint to play in a Flint tournament, as well, The Starwa s-Bauss go will be on
last Wednesday, they found that they Like Coach Fisher, most Bi; Ten of several individual bouts that wil
coaches have been forced to stay in- be held along with th team event
third team, where there were third doors, lthough Coob tL;migvcn rat
teams selected. Illinois has not only been work ig
Joe Reiff was the only man se- outside for several weeks, but has
lected on all six teams. Johnson andben havngrdsilgames with Yan-
Parmenter come next, being selected nigan and freshman teams.
on four first teams, and two sec- Illinois fans feel that this year the
onds. Hosket had four first and one Illini will be able to put the best
second and Mattison had three firsts I battery staff in the Conference on
and three seconds. the field, with four pitchers of Var-
Selzer received three first and two sity caliber as well as several re-
seconds for four points, the same to- serves and sophomores of better
tal that Garner received with two than average ability Captain Cher-
first and four seconds. Altenhof re- vinko and his understudy, Toncoff,
ceived two and three-fourths points will combine with the experienced
as did Bennett. Altenhof made one twirlers to make one of the best bal-
first team, three second teams, and anced batteries in the Big Ten,
one third. The situation as it shapes up at
Hodson 'received one second team Indiana seems to be almost opposite
position as a forward, one first team that at Illinois. Coach Everett Dean
as a guard, and one second team as has back an entire infield which was
a guard, for a total of two points. one of the best defensive walls in the
Among the others are Porter, Col- 1932 season. But with all his candi-
burn, Cottom, Froschauer, Fehring, dates for the infield positions, Dean
and Bastian. has no outstanding battery prospects.
S* *Capt. Harold Koenig, while he has
MICHIGAN'S WINTER sport rec- the initial sack position sewed up, is
ords did not depress with the de- being groomed for relief pitching
pression, it would seem, after a quick duties.
review of the records. The Iowa squad, while working
The hockey team won 10, lost 4 outside, is still confining its efforts

The basketball season is over.
Thursday night Coach Cappon dis-
missed his squad until next Novem-
ber. Led by its captain, Ted Petos-
key, the outfit next year promises to
be a truly "all-nations" team.
First, the most important player on
the team will be a descendent of
Deutschland. Then, this year's vet-1
erans will represent five different
countries, Lithuania, Jerusalem, Po-
land, Scotland, and England. But
the incoming freshmen have a far
greater variety of ancestry. One'
man's lineage is Irish. one Norwe-
gian, one Italian, one Swedish. two
German, three Jewish, and four Eng-
lish, as well as one who classes him-
self as "just American."
Veterans expected back on the
squad next year are: Petoskey, Wis-
tert, Teitlebaun, Regeczi, Allen,
I Plummer, Tessmer, Oliver, Black,

As the season ended, these fres
men were still with the squad: Nc
son, Ford, Savage, Jablonski, Levi]

Evans, Sliverman,
Brawerman, Tiller,
no, and McCallum.

gym team was the big drawing card. Renner, and Seeley.

-. 1

Lewis, Jos
Miller, Toma


Authorities seem to agree th
George Ford and John Jablonski a
the best prospects to team up wi
Petoskey, Allen, and Plummer ne
MONTREAL, March 25.-(0')-T
Detroit Red Wings gained a tw
goal margin over the Montreal M
roons tonight in the first game
their home-and-home play-off ser
between the teams which finish
second in the National Hoclk
League's two divisions, winning 2
0. The second game of the series, d
cided on the basis of total goalsj
the two contests, will be played
Detroit next Tuesday.


...let's loIa
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and tied 2 as against last year'sj
record of 8, 6, and 1. The swimming
team won 12 and lost one during the
1931-32 season and scored 5 wins and
no losses this year.
The basketball team jumped from
fourth in the Conference to a tie for
third with 10 victories and 8 defeats,
of which five came in the first seven
games of this season. The former
standings were 11 won and 6 lost.
Wrestling gained a second place in
the Big Ten this year with 4 victories
and three defeats against 3 and 3
for last year when they were third
or fourth in the rankings.
The fencing team, against inferior
competition, won 7 victories and no
defeats this year against 3 and 2,
but only placed fourth in the stand-
ings, the same position as last year.
Gymnastics was fourth in the
Western Conference rankings both
Track was second in the indoor
Conference standing with four vic-
tories and no defeats. Last year the
team was also second with two vic-
tories and one defeat.
The spring teams in golf and ten-
nis will have to step to equal their
last year's records. The golf team
won 6 meets and lost one while win-
ning the Conference championship
and the tennis team winning 5 and
losing 2.
Brad Robinson, the Gopher's star
end and forward, is adept at writing#
and playing the piano. Ray Willahan,f
210-pound tackle, who will probably
be a mainstay on the Gopher 'line,
turns to illustrating for outside in-
terest. What's more, he sells his pen-
cil sketches and bids fair to follow
in Al Papas' shoes, the famous for-
mer illustrator from Minnesota.
Since gymnasium classes were
taken off the involuntary basis last
fall, they have seen a reduction in
attendance of 82 per cent. Attend-
ance is now voluntary.
Athletic Director Fielding H. Yost
and Dean Joseph A. Bursley have lent
their enthusiastic support to the
ing show/ to be held April 26.

to fundamentals of fielding and base
running. Little is known of the pros-
pects on the Hawkeye squad, but
Coach Otto Vogel promises more de-
tails following the first intra-squad
game, contingent upon the weather
Coach Paul Stewart at Northwest-
ern has confined his practices to in-
door workouts and has concentrated
his training on outfield candidates
to fill up the biggest holes left by
Women's Cage
Me e t Pairings
Are Anno-unced
Pairings for the quarter-final
round of the women's Intramural
basketball tournament have been an-
nounced. The teams to get through
to this division of play have gone
through three weeks of a round-
robin tourney as well as two weeks'
competition in the elimination series.
The pairings are: League 1 vs.
Kappa Alpha Theta; Alpha Chi
Omega vs. Delta Gamma; Newberry
vs. Chi Omega; Alpha Xi Delta vs.
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
The quarter-final games will be
played on Monday and Wednesday of
next week, the semi-finals the fol-
lowing .week, and the championship
battle just before spring vPcatiou.

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