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MICHIGAN DAILY

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PRESS

Mural Facilities To Continue
According To Revised Program

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BOX

By John Thomas
George Staling
Townsend Is Married
Duke University
AMOUS GEORGE
STALING, former
Iowa star hurdler,
worked his way
through school but
was still able to cop
f ol /#off the high.est
'.grades for his scho-
lastic work. In fact
Coach George Bres-
nahan .his college
h mentor, said "Stal-
ing was the best scholar that I ever
had on my track team."
His death last Saturday from an
automobile accident .robbed the
United States of one of its best per-
formers. He had already accepted
the invitation to go to Europe this
summer with the picked American
team who had been selected to meet
the foreign opposition.
Last summer he won the Olympics
after tying the former Olympic rec-
ord in the trials. At Chicago in the
district trials last summer, several
Ann Arbor track fans saw him per-
form against th ebest possible com-
petition and saw him break the tape
ahead of his opponents.
Last year,' his last of Big Ten
competition, he won the indoor
Conference race and one of the out-
door ones. Jack Kellar defeated him
in the second.
Bresnahan also pointed out that
Staling really worked his way
through college. In fact he was
forced to withdraw from school one
full year because of finances.
MOVING J OHN
-S TOWNSEND, as -
sistant sport editor
lasty ear, is mar-
c l <led. The senior
from Detroit for-
merly covered
wrestling for this
page and it is un-
derstood that he
.conferred with
Wrestling Captain
Blair Thomas and Hockey Captain
Emmy Reid before he, took the de-
ciding step a while ago in .Bowling
Green, 0.
Sol Hudson was married at the
same place two years ago this spring.
Townsend now joins the ranks of
Reid and Thomrg ,as prominent
sport-minded married seniors.

Ball Team Loses
Pair Of Games
To M.S.N C. Nine

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Michigan Diamond Team
Scores Lone Win Over {
Ypsilanti Squad |
Artz Leads Hitters;
Maize And Blue To Play
Hillsdale Tomorrow In
Official Opener
Bettered by a week of intensive
training which included three un-
official practice games with Michi-
gan State Normal, the Michigan ball'
nine looks forward to the formal
opening of the schedule tomorrow af-
ternoon when it faces Hillsdale at
Hillsdale.
Two of the three games with the
Ypsilanti nine resulted in defeats for
the Maize and Blue team. The Wol-
verines captured the second contest
14 to* 7. The other games were lost
by scores of 6 to 4and 8 to 3.
Rules were somewhat stretched in
the series, both teams using eleven
batsmen. The first game went 10
and-a-half innings, the Wolves lead-
ing in regulation time 4 to 2, before
succumbing before a four run on-
slaught in the eleventh.
Batting Weak
The batting of the team in the
series was weak although Avon Artz
and Stan Waterbor managed to con-
nect with regularity. The pitching
was largely handled by reserves,
Menefee, Fish, and Tillotson hand-
ling the twirling. Art Patchin work-
ed a few innings in the first contest,
and but for an error by himself
would have held the opposition score-
less.
The co-operative boarding scheme
was called entirely successful. The
boys appeared well-fed, and Coach
Fisher stated that although his wife
would hardly enjoy a regular job as
cook for the team she too bore up
well under the task.
Announces Fencing,
Gymnastic Awards
At its regular meeting during va-
cation the Board in Control of Ath-
letics passed on the M awards and
numerals for the fencing and gym-
nastic squads of this year. Only two
veterans of last year's team received
letters in fencing, while there were
five M's given to the gymnastic squad.
In fencing the follownig awards
were made: M's-De Stefano and
Winig; second-team awards-Buhl
Swaas, Merriam, Nahrgang, Mayer;
Fr o s h numerals - Begle, Carline
Derkeman, Lichensten, Mason, Sable,
Seeley, Stutsman, Willis.
The five first-team letters in gym-
nastics went to Ferar, Parker, Ponto,
Sebald, and Schiller; second-team
award to Clay; freshmen numerals
to Dworkin, Gher, McGeachy, Russel
Shiff, Shammon, Walker, and Wood.
The Board also announced the fol-
lowing Freshmen track numerals
given out to: Alexander, Barnes, M.
Chapman, W. Chapman, Droullard,
Drennan, Ellerby, Freshwater, Good-
ing, Gorman, Hunn, Hunt, Kauff-
man, Morris, McCormick, Perkins,
Patten, Randall, Schauer, and Starr.
GOPHER CAPTAIN HURT
MINNEAPOLIS, April 17.-;P-
The University of Minnesota track
team today was without the services
of its captain, Charles Scheifley, in-
jured in an automobile accident. His
knees and ankles were injured when
his machine collided with another.
How long he will be out of compe-
tition was uncertainbtoday. Scheifley
is a hurdler.

Intramural spring sports will be
carried forward as usual this spring
according to an announcement made
late yesterday by the Intramural de-
partment. The statement came as a
direct contradiction to the decisior
last week to close the building for
the balance of the semester, and thus
2ut down the spring sport facilities.
Six p. m., however will mark th
deadline for those indulging in the
sports offered by the huge plant;
those outside on the field and courts
who plan on using locker and showei
rooms will have to enter the building
before that time. It will be open only
from noon to 6 p. m. every day until
June 2nd, excepting Sundays and
jolidays.
The swimming pool will be open
from 3 p. m.until 6 p. m. daily except
Sundays and holidays and also on
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
from noon until 1 P.M.
Thus the announcement, which
comes as a complete surprise, means
that the activities of the Intramural
department will not be appreciably
curtailed this spring.
Arrangements
Completed For
Good Will Show
In a wire received from Vern Lar-
sen yesterday dated from Iron Moun-
tain the promoter of the Good Wi
Boxing Show set for the night o
April 26 said that all arrangement
for the show had been satisfactoril
completed and that he would returr
Wednesday, in time to help the Uni-
versity and Ann Arbor boxers wit
their final week of preparation fo
the scraps.
Eleven bouts have already been of
ficially announced and the remain-
ing nine that will complete th
twenty bout card will be announcec
late this week.
Interest continues to center aroun
the light heavyweight match betwee
Harvey Bauss of the University an
Jack Starwas of Ypsilanti. Baus
spent a profitable week in New Yorl
during the holidays training ,dail
under the tutelage of Jack Nichol
former professional light heav:
champ of the world. He feels tha
his timing has improved consider.
ably, along with his footwork.
Bauss Makes Statement
In a statement made yesterda
Bauss said: "I hope to beat Jack, o
course, but whether I win or not,
promiseit will be a real fight." Star
was has been working-out daily ii
Ypsilanti and is sure to come ove
primed for battle. That he can battl
is attested by the fact that he tool
the State Golden Gloves Open Tith
two years in a row.
Next week's fight will probably bi
the last of Starwas' career, since h
retired from the ring after winninm
his second Gloves crown this winte
but has decided to come back to th(
University, where he was a studen
for several years, for one last fight
The Union committee in charge o:
ticket sales has placed tickets or
sale at The Orient and Fiegels down
town, and at The Parrot and Wahr'
bookstore on the Campus. All Unioi
committeemen will be selling then
after Wednesday of this week.
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Most major league
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Michigan State was on Duke's
schedule this year but Coach Combs
of Duke is more proud of his team's
record against Princeton than against
Princeton than against the Spartans.
They have taken the Tigers into
camp for three successive years and
are pointing for them again this
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