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IY, APRIL 5, 1933

THE MIChIIGA.N DAILY

rAGE

From the
PRESS BOX
By John Thomas
Capt. John Schm ieier
Yale Likes Swmiming
Cagers To Go East
** :
JOHNNY SCHMIELER will take his
t place with other great Michigan
swimming captains, Kerr, Gow, Sam-
son, Darnell, Ault, Spindle, Valentine,
and Miller, as one who probably sac-
rificed more for the good of his team
than any other.
He is one of the hardest working
captains Mann ever knew. His severe
critics who went around asking,
"What's the matter with Schmieler?"
when he did not capture his usual
titles in the National Intercollegiates
and A. A. U. meets, cannot realize
that he was sacrificing individual
glory to swim on the Wolverine relay
teams and that he has been under
a terrific strain all season, doing the
worrying for the whole team.
Schmieler swam one of the finest
races of his career in the 300-yard
medley in New York last week and it
is no reflection on his ability that he
was beaten out by inches when Wal-
lace Spence caine from behind to
win. Johnny's time shattered the far-
mer collegiate mark for the distance
but was not quite good enough to
beat the veteran N. Y. A. C. swim-
mer.
A race between Schmieler and Don
Horn of Northwestern, in the 200-
yard breaststroke would be a race
worth going miles to see, but such
was not to be-not with Schmieler
performing in so many other events.
Louis Lemak, after losing to Horn on
four occasions during the year, came
back to beat the Wildcat natator in
their struggle for third in the A.A.U.
YTALE likes its swimming. To prove
it, more than 200 freshmen re-
ported for their first practice this
year. They have four swimming
Coaches, an exhibition pool seating
2,200, and a 50 meter practice pool
with moveable wall to make it any
length- desired. Yet they finished
fourth in the Intercollegiates with
Michigan either first or second, as
you care to rate them..
If you count 5-4-3-2-1.for the-first
five winners, Michigan defeated
Northwestern, but if you count 5-3-{
2-1, then the Wildcats won.

Diamond Squad
Plays In First

Short Passing Drill
Emphasized In Grid
Practice Yesterday

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Peams Battle 'Rutfhven, Rea Buy First TicketsI
For Womnetis To Boxing Show; Bouts Listed

Finals In Faculty
Handball Schedule
Final rounds for the faculty

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[ 1't (.tl1I ,C TJtl IllI. 1..1111 L- ' IThe ticket selling campaign for the
Coach Harry Kipke ran his spring Good Will Boxing Show got undert
football squad through a short easy
PF e t i aI Varsity Team practice yesterday. A squad of 35 Basketball gets the spiotlight .of in- way yesterday when President Alex-
men turned out, much larger than terest for the last tii c this year nder G. Ruthven and Walter B.
Takes Opponents Into the number that turned out the day when the League I a 3I Alpha Xi Rea. assistant to the Dean, pur-
Camp; Wistert Stars before, and enabled him to have a Delta sextets come on floor chased tickets number one and two.
passing scrimmage. At the same time Vernon Larsen,
Coach Ray Fisher ran his baseball Coach Wally Weber had several afternoon to play the ce':iding gaine announced the pairings for 11 of the
squad through the first practice backs and ends working on blocking for the women's basketl4.11 title. 20 scheduled three round bouts.
game of the season last night at tackles. The rest of the squad were Both teams have cone through a The matches already scheduled
Ferry Field, and onlookers were given warmed up with a short passing drill, round-robin tournament with a good are: Harvey Bauss, University, ver-
After-rthenwarm-upmtwo teams , uct akStraYpi hrlyVr
the first hint as to how Michigan's After the warm-up two teams record, and have defeatecc five teamssslack Starwas, Ypsi; Charley Ver-
nine may line up for their opening were formed for a passing scrimmage in the elimination series to ct into berg, Universit y, versus Floyd Allen,
game two weeks away. with Bill Renner on the passing end. the finals. Battle Creek; Tony Daucksza, Uni-
Although the teams were not di- Renner stands out as one of Kipke's versity vs. Ed Page, Ypsi; Dave Gallup,
vided into Varsity and sub nines, the best bets to fill in the hole left by In thesemi-finmals paed e Mon-_In-
outfit which emerged victorious after Harry Newman's graduation, He is da C te Sp a 2 i the r
several innings of play had a decided one of the best passers on the squad, League team to a 20-13 victory over
edge in talent. and as next year's attack sill need a Delta Gamma, scoring e -
Whitey Wistert pitched the first good passing threat, he may be used nre'gint hel Tb . Le ing-
six innings for the A team and left to fill in the hole. gregatio uhad diiicity getting
a 5 to 1 lead when he was relieved started, but shifted liher; aound A
by Tillotson. Mike , till they got a co abination that could
Diffley, last year's e e BroKe, score. Xi Dl.roun one of the r,*n A d C
star catcher, per- '9 Alpha X et rur~!o fte '
formed well at thej a favorites, Newberry, d2-16 in the
backstop position. Takes Beatu1 other semi-final contett of the tour
kTe remaiine ney. The loss of Ruth White, silar^
of The remander I? Smallguard, who went out on ersonals fineyupr vIniCnub
Manuel at first, wearly in the battle, proved a costly
Kracht at second, -- - one for Newberry. " C
Waterbor at short, NEW YORK, April 4.-41)--Old The championship game is schecd- A A E
and Clay Paulson Tom Heeney, the "Hard Rock," drew uled for 4:30 p. i. tis afternoon at
at third. The out- down a cool $105,000 one night less Barbour Gymnasium.
field was made up than five years ago, when he helped - - --
of Avon Artz, Ted Gene Tunney make an artistic and
Petoskey and Johnny Regeezi. financial triumph of his retirement
The B'o were represented; by from the heavyweight throne.
a freshman battery of Lunde, pitcher, The other night, Heeney, his hair
and Hillberger catcher. Metzler saw clipped close around the temples to
mound duty also. In the infield Ware hide the gray, was cut up, badly
was at first, Oliver at second, Tie- beaten and finally stopped by young H A M PIO N o the w orld
telbaum at short and Roark at third. Stanley Porda in one of the smaller
The outfield trio was Ratterman, local clubs-all for $200.
Feldstien and Brendle. The wife of the New Zealand Irish-I
The squad showed up well for so man sat near his corner and sobbed
early in the season although the as blood flowed from the wounds on
fielding was rather weak in spots. Tom's face. She was one of fewer
Practice continued until darkness than 1,000 spectators 'on hand to
caused Fisher to call it off. watch the old war horse try to re- MORE MEN, thc world
-coup his depleted fortune.
ELEVEN NAVAL TEAMS All that Heeney made in the pros- around, buy Stetson hats
SAN DIEGO, April 4-W)--The perous year or two after Broadway than any other brand
U. S. battle fle.et will have its base- first saw him in 1927 disappeared al-
ball as usual, this year. An 11-team most without a trace when Wall They're style leaders on
baseball league will have a schedule Street went haywire. He didn't even Bond Strhet and the Paris
of 180 or more games. have the pleasure of spending it.
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University, versus Al Konzcl, B ys' doubles and squash tourneys are
Club of Detroit; Joe Oakley, Univer- scheduled for this week. The final
.match for the handball doubles is
sity, versus Art Conrad, Boys' Club. scheduled for 5:15 this afternoon in
George Rice, University, versus the Intramural courss with Crandall
Stan Wizorick, Battle Creek; Lee and Daniels meeting Dorsey and Es-
Shaw, University, versus Bill Larkin, pelie. Dorsey is the present singles
Boys' Club; George Kohler, Univer- I'hampion and he and Lspelie are
Bavored to take the doable, title.
sity, versus Charles Vallance, Battle Bob Angell has qualified for the
Creek; Carl Burgtorf, University, semi-final round and is to meet Nie-
versus Bill Kishewski, Boys' Club; hus.i to determine the upper brack-
Art Staugh, Ann Arbor, versus Earl et's entry in the finals. The lower
McCleery, Ann Arbor; and Emanuel bra-~ket has not completed the quar-
Perez, University, versus John Chaus- ter-final round in the squash
suf, Ypsi. tourney.

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MICHIGAN'S VARSITY basketball
team will take an Eastern trip
during the Christmas vacation next
year. So far their opponents will in-
clude Pennsylvania, Rutgers, andi
Maryland. Temple and several other
schools will be added to- this list

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