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TIERE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY,:

MARCH 9, 1934

PLAY &
BY-PLAY
-By AL NlWMAN-
Wihen Greek
Meets Greek. . . .
THE lovely spring weather we have
been enjoying lately dropped the
proverbial nickel into the poetic
works of the sport editor and look
what happened! The opus below is
entitled. . . "A Contrast of the Mo-
tives of the Ancient and Modern
Greeks in their Celebrated Battles."
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when greek met greek
in days of yore
it really meant
a fight
it sometimes wasn't
long befor'e
the battle-field
was splashed with gore
they fought from morn
till night
TI
what was their pay
these warriors bold
from athens and from
sparta grim
fought they their fights
for yellow gold
or did each man
as i am told
fight for the gal
who smiled at him
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III
i do believe
this latter view
greeks were not
mercenary
again i kmight
point out to you
the chances for
the money due
were small because
the chances to
survive were
very chary
IV
the modern greek
meets modern greek
confined within
the wrestling ring
what is it that
I tese moderns seek
fight they their fights
that maidens meek
their praises in
their songs might sing
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V
think what you may
i dont think so
the modern greeks
are after dough
the greeks are after
what they want . .
the coin to start
arestaurant
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Natators Start
W orkout s For
Big Ten Meet
Michigan's Varsity swimming team,.
having closed the Big Ten dual meet
season with their escutcheon unsul-
lied, this week are beginning inten-
sive preparation for the Conference
meet at Iowa City March 17.
Matt Mann has not yet definitely
'sclected the team that will leave for
the Buckeye stronghold next Thurs-
day, since he is giving several of the
swimmers a chance to turn in better
times in their events before making
the final selection of personnel.
Taylor Drysdale has proven to be

the sensation of the present season
among the Maize and Blue ranks.
Branching out from the backstroke
he has shown ability to take points
in the 440 and 220, swimming the
latter distance under Conference rec-
ord time in practice.
However, Mann has 220 men to
burn and will undoubtedly use Drys-
dale only in the backstroke and med-I
ley relay next week. The curly-head-
ed youth will have to wait until the
A.A.U.'s to show all his wares. 1
Mann has definitelyannounced
that he will take three divers to Iowa
City next week. Besides Degener and
Johnson, who he hopes will place
first and second, he is taking Frank
Fehsenfeld, sophomore, who will be
wearing the Maize and Blue for the
first time.
The Michigan mentor appears con-
siderably worried over Captain Cris-
ty's performances to date in the 440.
The big free style has done no better
than 5:04 in competition this year,
while in 1933 he broke five minutes:
on several occasions.

Th etas DefeatI
Tri Delts For
Swimming Title
I Iward~I 3ets B lt~~bE1

1 *IANTW ill 4 , "U.7Fy " aru lry
Is Individual High Scorer
Of Meet
By MARJORIE WESTERN
Three pool records fell as the Kap-
pa Alpha Theta swimmers defeated
Tri Delta to win the Intramural title
for 1934 at the Union Pool last night.
The Thetas finished with 19 points,
Tri Delt came second with 12, and
Betsy Barbour and Jordan tied for
third with 11 each.
The winners' relay team clipped
14% seconds from the century rec-
ord, completing the distance in
1:10.5, while the old mark set last
spring by Chi Omega read 1:25.
In the 25-yard free style sprint,
Mitchel of Kappa Kappa Gamma
lowered Allmand's time of :15.6 to
:15.3. The 25-yard side stroke fell
by a full second as Oberdier of Jor-
dan swam in :19.9 the distance pre-
viously timed at- :20.9.
Betty Howard led the individual
scoring with 8 points, while Stewart
of Alpha Phi trailed by one point
only.

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Perseverance Wins Out
According To WJ~restler
Here's perseverance!
Carroll Sweet, Varsity letterman
in golf last season, and a reserve
on Coach Cliff Keen's wrestling
squad was not included in the
squad personnel which left yes-
terday for the Big Ten wrestling
meet at Bloomington, Ind.
Going to Keen, Sweet asked the
coach if he could enter the meet
at 155 lbs., in which division thereI
was to be no Wolverine entrant.
Keen answered that although he
could not take any more than the
five which are traveling in Keen's
car to the meet, Sweet would be
entered if he furnished his own
transportation.
Sweet left for Bloomington via
the thumb route a little after 6
am. yesterday_

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Summaries
25-yard free style: Mitchel (Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma) first. Mason (So-
rosisis) second. Siebert (Martha
Cook) third. Time: :15.3. (Pool
record: :15.6).
25-yard breast stroke: B. Howard
(Betsy Barbour) first. M. Howard
Betsy Barbour) second. Fries (Tri
Delt) third. Time: :21.
25-yard back stroke: Wolfs (Kap-
pa Alpha Theta) first. Freund (Tri
Delt) second. Sutherland (Sorosis)
third. Time: :19.1.
25-yard side stroke: Oberdier (Jor-
dan) first. B. Howard (Betsy Bar-

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Ind iana Matmen
Favored To Win
Big Ten Crown
Indiana, the Conference wrestling
champions for the past two years,
are top-heavy favorites to retain the
crown in the meet to be held today
and tomorrow on the Indiana mats.
Led by Pat Devine, national cham-
pion in the 135 lb. class, the Hoo-
siers have outstanding candidates for
titles in five of the eight weight divi-
sions.
Illinois, beaten once in Big Ten
dual-meet competition by Indiana, is
favored to give the champions their
biggest battle. The Indians look for
titles in the 118 and 126 lb. divisions
with Pete Pakutinsky and Blaine Ad-
ams respectively.
Coach Bill Thom of Indiana will
have two defending champions, De-
vine and Olden Gillum at 165 lbs.
All other individual crowns have been
vacated.
The stiffest competition of the
meet will be in the 155 lb. division
with Dan Kaufman of Northwest-
ern, Ed Bedrava of Chicago, and
Downs of Ohio State entered.
Art Mosier, the Wolverine captainj
is the outstanding candidate for in-
dividual honors in the 145 lb. divi-
sion with his chief competition com-
ing from Artie Peters, the Indiana
sophomore, and Smith of Ohio State.
With 'Joe Oakley out of the Con-
ference competition in the 126 lb.
division, Ollie Cellini of Indiana and
Blaine Adams of Illinois remain out-
standing.
Louie Parker, the Wolverine en-
trant at 165 lbs., will meet the stiff
competition with O!den Gillum of
Indiana, the defending champion,
and Ted Horsting of Northwestern

Nine Puckmen
Given Letters
By Ed Lowrey
Captain David, Chaprman,
Artz, Stewart, Sindles,
Are Graduating Seniors
Nine puckmen of the Wolverine
hockey squad were awarded letters
yesterday by Coach Eddie Lowrey in
recognition of their work during the
season. Two other players werel
granted secondary awards at the
same time.
Five of the nine letter winners are
seniors, three are juniors, and one is
a sophomore. The two given the
secondary awards are both juniors.
Capt. George David heads the list
of seniors receiving letters which in-
cludes Ted Chapman, Avon Artz,
Tommy Stewart, and Harold Sindles.
The juniors to receive letters are
Johnny Sherf, Johnny Jewell, and
Red MacCollum. The only sopho-
more to receive the "M" is Larry
David.
Letter winners are: Capt. George
David, Avon Artz, Harvey Chapman
and Thomas Stewart, all of Detroit;
John Jewell and John Sherf; Calu-
met; L a w r e n c e David, Hibbing,
Minn.; Donald MacCollum, Roches-
ter, N. Y.; and Harold Sindles, Sault
Ste. Marie.
Those receiving secondary awards
are: Gilbert McEachern, Dearborn;
and Walter Courtis, Detroit.
SPRING GRID PRACTICE
The spring football practice will
start at 8 p.m. Monday night,
March 12, at Yost Field House.
Any student desiring to try out
for football is asked to reprirt.
Harry G. Kipke, Coach

Cottft rett ce

Eighteen Michigan tracksters will
leave here today for Chicago, Ill., in
'he hope of wresting the Big Ten in-
:loor track crown from Indiana, win-
aer for the last two years.
The Wolverines are conceded a
fairly good chance of regaining the
title they last held in 1931. Coach
Charlie Hoyt has one of his usual
well-balanced squads, besides the
versatile Willis Ward working in the
60-yard dash, 70-yard high hurdles,
and high jump. But Illinois, another
outfit picked to finish near the top,
has a number of capable perform-
ers who may cut into the Michigan
scoring column.
Indiana will depend on individual
stars, competing in more than one
event, to retain its crown. The great
competitors Fuqua and Hornbostel,
plus a brilliant sophomore Hobbs will
bear the brunt of the Hoosier bid.
Because the meet is likely to be
close and the final results will be
determined somewhat by the way in
which the coaches juggle their en-
tries, Coach Hoyt is waiting until the
last minute to name the events in
which each one of his performers
will appear. Men who are certain to
work and the events in which they
will compete definitely are:
60-yard dash -Willis Ward, Cass:
Kemp, Bob Lamb, Chester Barnes.
70-yard high hurdles - Ward and
Moreau Hunt.
440-yard dash - Dick Ellerby and
Harvey Patton.
8801Lyard run-Harvey Smith and
Paul Gorman.
Mile run -- Jack Childs.
Two-mile run -Neree Alix and
Rod Howell.
Mile relay -Kemp, Patton, Dick
Ellerby and Capt. Tom Ellerby.
High jump - Ward.
Pole vault - Dave Hunn .
Shot put - Al Blumenfeld and
Martin Alexander.

Track squad Given
Good Chance For

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bour) second. Gillespie (Mosher)
third. Time: :19.9. (Pool record:
:20.9).
25-yard consolation free style;
Stark (Alpha Epsilon Phi) first. Gar-
retson (Kappa Alpha Theta) sec-
ond. Krieger (Kappa Alpha Theta)
third. Time: :18.8.
Diving: Stewart (Alpha Phi ) first.
Mason (Sorosis) second. Freund
(Tri Delt) third. Points: 25.5.
40-yard free style: Montgomery
(Tri Delt) first. Gillespie (Theta
Phi Alpha) second. Little (Kappa
Alpha Theta) third. Time: :28.1.
100-yard relay: Kappa Alpha The-
ta (Stirling, Mamner, Little, Wolfs)
first. Jordan second. Alpha Phi
third. Time: 1:10.5. (Pool record:
1:25).
Hoyt Is Counting
On Ihese Boys In
Coniference MIeet
By CHARLES BAIRD
Following are a few more short
sketches of Michigan tracksters who
will be depended upon heavily to
score points for the Wolverines in
their battle with Indiana and other
Big Ten teams for Conference hon-
ors.
DICK McMANUS
Dick is a senior engineer who has
been prominent in local track cir-
cles for the past three years. His
events are the mile and two-mile.
He went to Detroit Central where
he was named on both All-City and
All-State track teams. He held the
city record in the mile (4:48) for two
weeks. As a freshman here he won
the cross-country cup. Member of
Triangle, Vulcans and the Under-
Grad Council.
NEREE ALIX
Running his first year for the Var-
sity, Neree has starred in every meet
to date, reaching his height against
Tom Ottey, M.S.C. Olympic star, two
weeks ago. He surprised fans by
easily defeating the State distance
man.
He is expected to have things his
way in the Conference two-mile, as
no other runner seems to rate on a
par with him.
His home is in Lockport, N. Y.
NOTICE
Senior Women Orders
are now being taken
for Caps and Tassels
to be delivered for the
J.G.P. Opening.
Price $2.00
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