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TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Women's New Card
Features Baseball

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By John Thomas
Seven Vaiations
Blair Thomas
"HERE'S what happens to a sport
writer in the spring," says Al
Newman, sports assistant. He con-
tributes the following seven varia-
tions of a theme from the Associated1
Press:
1. LOWELL, Mass., March 3I.-(AP)
-Local police were called upon toc
take action here last night during at
wrestling match between Bull Martin
and Abe Moskovitch. The grapplers<
had one fall apiece and were claw-7
ing exhaustedly for the deciding fallI
for a half an hour until police inter-
vened. They stated that it was the
only human thing to do.
2. LOWELL, Mass., April 1.-Ru-
mor here in the police wrestling case
has it that some scandal is mixed up
in local sport circles. Police, sepa-
rating the wrestlers in the Arena last
night, found that the tangle in the
center of the ring was only one
wrestler, who gave his name as Abe-
Bull (get it?) Martinvitch. Promot-
ers of the bout are being sought.
Martinvitch, when disentangled was
found to be biting his own toe.
3. LOWELL, Mass., April 3.-Suit
was filed here today by Abel Martin-
vitch, local wrestler, suing himself
for damages and charging mayhem
to the big toe of the right foot.
Mental anguish was also cited in the
suit, which was for $25,000, Attor-
ney Flywheel will handle the case.
4. LOWELL, Mass., April 4.-Judge
Blugg of Circuit Court here today
handed down a decision in the Mar-
tinvitch vs. Martinvitch case award-
ing Martinvitch $10,000. In hisk
opinion, the judged ruled out the,
mental anguish portion of the suit
on the 'grounds that neither the
plaintiff nor the defendant, "had
much to brag about in the way of
grey matter." Martinvitch paid him-
self $10,000 minus the $2,000 which
was deducted for the fee of Attorney
Flywheel and went away satisfied.
5. LOWELL, Mass., April 5.-Police
halted a ping-pong match here this
afternoon between Freddie Fether-i

Against Normal

Ariz Injured As Weatierl
Keeps IDiamoud Squad I
In Field House
Rain and wet grounds kept Michi-
gan's diamond squad within the con-
fines of Yost Field House yesterday l
afternoon for its daily workout.
Coach Fisher's charges worked in the
nets all afternoon inder the watch-
ful eye of the mentor.t
One casualty was the result of the
cramped quarters in which the play-l
ers worked yesterday. Avon Artz,
varsity outfielder was hit in the nose
and lip with a line drive. A severe
nosebleed and a cut lip were the ex-
tent of the damage.
Darkness Finders Practicc
Varsity pitchers and batters were
working in the nets at the far end
of the enclosure as usual, but the
lay was too dark during the space
of the afternoon workout for the
batsmen to operate very efliciently.1
Fielders worked out in the large space
with batted balls on the fast-bound--
ing dirt floor of the Field House giv-'
ing them plenty of trouble.
On the books for today is a short
game, Varsity versus Yannigans, if
the weather clears. Few of the horse-
hide-chasers are going home for the
vacation, although many are plan-
ning on commuting between here and
Detroit in order to get in shape for
the season.
Strenuous Workout Tomorrow
Tomorrow will see the entire in-
field present for a strenuous workout
outdoors, and the pitching staff is
also expected to turn out in full force.
It will be a training practice in which
Coach Fisher will keep the boys on
the diamond for most of the after-
noon chasing batted balls and iron-
ing out defects in infield teamwork.
Next week, several games are plan-
ned with Ypsilanti Normal. The con-
tests will probably be held here, with
the stipulation that they will be
strictly practice affairs, with tryouts
for all the men on the two squads.
DeBaker Captains
on g./Iggegfion
in Defrs f il

Starting immediately after vaca-I
Good W ill Show tion is over, the baseball teams of
both Interclass and Intramural divi-
sions in the women's athletic depart-
Poor condition, that bugaboo of ment will get outdoors and start on
University boxers in the Golden the intensive drill preparatory to the
Gloves and Silver Shield tournaments beginning of competition.
Two big tournaments will be held,
held in Ann Arbor last winter, will one in each of the above sections.
not be in evidence at the Good Will Baseball is the last of the big sports
Boxing Show if instructions issued on the Interclass program, and train-
by Vernon Larsen to all of his boxers ing for it has already begun. The
are carried out. candidates for the teams have al-
Larsen, who is freshman boxing ready spent three indoor practices at
coach and joint-promoter of the Barbour Gymnasium, and will have
Good Will Show, warned the ten Uni- the use of Palner Field on Tuesday
versity competitors yesterday that and Thursday afternoons after they
they cannot break training while at return.
home for the holidays and hope to A round-robin tournament will be-
get into fjyst class condition in the gin in the Intramural division and
ten or twelve days before the bouts carry through three weeks of play-
on April 26. offs. A house team must win two
Several of the fighters are already out of three starts in this tourney to
in condition and need only a little be eligible to enter the elimination
road work and sparring to keep at series which will follow it.
the peak, Harvey Bauss and Joe
Oakley, who will fight in featured Tennis, archery, and golf are the
bouts, were on the Varsity wrestling other sports on the spring card.
squad and have been training for Tournaments will be run off in the
the toxing show since then. Intramural division in each of these

Tony Dauksza and Lee Shaw are activities.
both candidates for the quarterback Singles, doubles, and mixed doubles
position on the football team and will be featured in the tennis tourna-
I^ - -^i-^ u^^ Iev nnn i if'4tu i II

are participaing 12 springprcic.

Many of the otner nen, including
Carl Burgtorf, Charley Verberg, Dave
Gallup, George Rice and George
Kohler have been working at Water-
man Gym three or four times a week
all winter and will need only ten or
twelve days of intensive training to
get down to their ring weights.

{menu. Ever yone imerese in pray
ing should sign up by April 25. Play
will start on the 27th.
Qualifying rounds of 24 arrows
each for the archery tourneys should
be shot off and the scores turned in
before May 14. From these scores
handicaps for the Handicap and Co-
lumbia rounds will be figured.

5
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In tramuiral's Spring Program
Offers Big Variety In ports

Although the Intramural Building
will be closed over the vacation per-
iod, the hub of campus sports will
start operations in a big way after
school, resumes to get its spring
sport program going.
Regardless of the decision reached
in respect to the reopening of the
building, the outdoor events will be
conducted by the University through-
out the spring season. There are ten
major sports that will require the
use of most of Ferry Field until June,
some for fraternities, some for inde-
pendents, some for al-campus com-
petition, and several include all types.
Baseball, Tennis Featured
The more important outside activi-
ties are baseball and tennis. In the
former, competition is for fraterni-
ties, independents, and all campus.
The teatn competition Will get under
way about April 19 and will continue
till the end of the semester. There
are already 55 fraternity teams en-
itered in the event and 16 indevend-

)oints for year for person in individ---Ar ----al 'Three var ity quarI , Kowalik,
aal sports. Acordi1 t Ih l-', v Al 'm ' '. and Singer, are returning
There will still be facilities avail- most of I bier pl. s the first ith Weill. a }aou ni member of
able for handball, squash, badminton, nine is the harder Qp the two, al- Uhi2:, cats frchman :quad.
basketball, and swimming if and though it is shorter than the second , The taekwe positions will be strong ,,
when the pool reopens. With A.K.L. nine. The hardest holes are generally with Wistert, - Austin, Hildebrand, 603
still in the lead in the Interfraternity considered to be No. 2--par four,,No. and Jacobson ready to fill that place
contest, the spring sports will hold 5-par three, No. 12-par three, No. in the line. At the ends, there will FA
unusual interest for fraternity teams. '16-par four. be Petoskey, Ward, and Chapman.'
d -.

stonhaugh and Percy Pilkington-B.
Pilkington. Both players were 'striv- By CHARLES A. BAIRD
ing despcrately for the deciding Consistantly good performances
game; bqth were in an exhausted 'and a fighting heart brought ,Charlie
condition. Police stopped the match DeBaker the captaincy of the Michi-
on the grounds that it was the only gan track team and the honor of de-
human thing to do. fending t h e Conference outdoor
----- t crown with one of the strongest

6. LOWELL Mass., April 6.-Local
police have been sued by copyright'
owners of the song, "Was That the
Human Thing to Do?" on the
grounds that no payment had been
made to them despite the fact that
the forces of law and order had used
the song as their theme for over a
week.
7. LOWELL, Mass., April 7.-Abel
Martinvitch, local grappler, who fig-
ured in the famous wrestling match
case here early this week, shot and
killed himself today when he dis-
covered that he had made no money
from the lawsuit against himself,
but had lost $2,000 in the case. Po-
lice averred that he had blown his
brain out and estimated that within
a week Martinvitch would realize
that he had killed himself. Martin-
vitch shot himself in the police sta-
tion, but the otilcers did not prevent.
him on the grounds that it was the
only human th to do.
HOW VTRAGIC!
B LAIRJ THOMAS is now resting
comfortably after an operation
on his ankle. HiLs foot is in a cast
and if the present arrangement
proves successful, he will not be
forced into another -operation.
A bone chipped oi in his ankle andi
dropped down under his arch, caus-
ing a considerable amount of damage
to his heel and arch. Unless the castt
can do the work, a delicate operation
is in store for the wrestling captain.
January 1, 1933 he had his eye
punched in. Soon after he recovered
from that he succumbed to influenza
kor 10 days and then was forced back
into bed again for another fortnight
Vith the same kind of germs. Then1
down at the Conference meet at Illi-
nois his foot was injured. At first it
did not hurt but later it did and
Thomas reported it to Dr. Lynam
who immediately had it x-rayed. Now
Thomas is in the hospital, again.
OLD HABIT
The present accepted style for foot-
racers the world over-running on a
straight line, pianing one foot di-j
rectly in front of the other-was
borrowed from the American Indian
who probably got that way jogging
along a narrow trail,
I - _ 4- i

outfits which the Wolverines have nts, The winner will collect a 150-
boasted in some time. point reward. The all-campus con-
Things did not look so bright for test will take the form of a baseball
DeBaker when the indoor track sea- field meet to be held May 16.
son started in Feb- The tennis schedule is carded from
ruary. The week April 25 on, and will include both
before the open- singles and doubles competition for
ing meet with Chi- fraternities and independents. The
-ago he was weak- winner of these matches will receive
ened by an attack .100 points for their respective organ-
of influenza and izations. The All-campus matches
for a while it was will be played at a date to be an-
thought he would nounced.
be unable to make The remainder of the Intramural
the trip. program lists fraternity and inde-
Not so, however, pendent competition in horseshoes,
Charlie fooled the ozeAca. beginning April 26, with the winner's
.binx id led his teammates to "I vic- share 75 points. The all-campus
tory. He won the quarter-mile event throw will be run off on April 26 also.
handily in 51 seconds and ran an- Variety in Minor Sports
chor-man on the winning mile relay Other sports and the dates of their
team. opening for competition are: Ar-
At the Conference meet lvan Fu- I chery (practice every Sunday morn-
qua, Indian Olympic star, edged out ing), all-campus, May 12; Golf, all-
DeBaker in the 440 only after turn- campus May 2, faculty, May 2; Rifle
ing in a near-record time of 50.2, shooting, all-campus, May 3; Soccer,
New Record Set all-campus, May 1; Sigma Delta Psi,
DeBaker came back in the mile re- year-round tryouts for individuals;
lay event, however, to lead his team- all-round medal competition, total
mates to a new record of 3:20.6. He -
was only breaking a record which he
had helped make the year before. -
Beside from having the talents of
a winner, DeBaker is an ideal leader.
No one on the squad is more religious
about practice attendance and train-
ing. Partly because of his example
the tracksters are one of the best
conditioned squads in the Confer-
ence,

If the Wolverines don't repeat in
1933 it won't be Captain Charlie De-
Baker's fault.
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