THE MICHICAN DAILY
LArgest .Entry In History
Of Meet To Perform In
(Continued from Page 1)
State Teacher's College (Okla.) are
the returning champions.
Oklahoma A. & M., with three title
holders, is favored to take the team
crown, claimed last year by Indiana
and Ames as well as by the Cowboys.
For the first time in several years
the national committee has decided to
award team trophies, handsome cups
being provided for the winning team
and runner-up. The scoring system
will give five points for an individual
championship, three for runner-up,
and one for third. One point will
also be given for each fall scored
during the progress of the meet.
Medals will be awarded to the first
three wrestlers in each class. Second
and third places are decided by a
match between the runner-up and a
winner of elimination bouts between
those defeated by the champion in
the weight division.
Two Matches At Once
Two mats have been laid out in the
big gymnasium of the Intramural
Building and two matches will be run
off simultaneously throughout the
progress of the meet.
The size of the mats presents an
innovation this year, being 24 feet
square, without ropes. The normal
ring, with ropes, is 20 feet square.
Accommodations for 4,000 specta-
tors have been erected, and a sell-out
for both of Saturday's sessions has
been forecast. The tickets for today's
matches and for the matches tomor-
row afternoon are 40 cents and the
tickets to the finals 75 cents. A spe-
* cial admission ticket to all four ses-
sions is being sold for $1.50.
Collins And Kelley Referee
Fendley Collins, former Oklahoma
A. & M. star and now coach at Mich-
igan State and Otto Kelley, former
Wolverine star now living in Ann
Arbor will act as referees.
Matt Mann, the leather-lunged
Michigan swimming coach will act
as announcer and C. C. Bradner, De-
troit radio news commentator, will
preside at the presentation of awards
at the finals and will make special
announcements. A special public Ad-
dress system has been installed. As
an added feature the Michigan band]
will appear at both night sessions.
Mosier Conceded Good Chance
Captain Art Mosier of the Michigan
squad is conceded the best chance
to place of the seven-man team en-
tered by Coach Cliff Keen. Mosier,
Conference champion at 145 lbs., will
be competing in one of the stiffest
divisions of the meet.
While the defending champions,
Kelly at 145 lbs., Peery at 118, Flood
at 126, Devine at 135 and Teague
in the unlimited are heavy favorites
to repeat in their respective divisions,
competition in all other classes will be
5 Outstanding at 155 Polnds
In the 155-lb. division Don Kauf-
man of Northwestern, Ben Bishop, of
Lehigh, Frank Krahulik, of Indiana,
Big Ten champion, Charlie Pritchard
of Washington and Lee, Southern
Conference champion and J. Little-
page of Kent (.) State College, inter-
state conference titleholder, are out-
Olden Gillum, Big Ten champion
at 165 lbs. from Indiana, Gordon Elli-
son of Cornell College, who won the
national A.A.U. heavyweight title last
year, and Steve England of South-
western, Oklahoma champion, are e-
tered in the165-lb. division.
Richard Voliva, 'another Big Ten
titleholder from Indiana, Emil Schell-
stede of Central Stat (Okla.) Teach-
er's, Floyd Nelson of University of'
Oklahoma, who is Big Six champion,
and G. Hack of Kent College are en-
tered at 175 lbs.
PLAY & BY-PLAY
By Ai- NEWMAN-
Today's the day of the big event
Throw open the I-M Building gates
The Daily will eover it like a tent
The wrestling Intercollegiates!
The grapplers have come from far and near
To the title bouts in Ann Arbor Town
The rasslers will try, or so I hear
To defeat their rivals and win a crown
With a smiling face, promoter Keen
Is waiting the final ticket rush
The lank Oklahoman, thin and lean,
Will be happier when th' expectant hush
Falls over the crowd and the fight begins
In amateur sport, the best man wins!
Matt Mann with a voice both deep and loud
Will call the events and inform the crowd..
Matt Mann with a voice both loud and deep
Will endeavor with might and main to keep
The assembled multitude all posted
With those famed vocal powers so boasted
Satisfying because they're toasted.
I'm telling you this; just try to be,
On hand this very p.m. at three
For that's the beginning of all the fights
They also come Friday and Saturday nights.
Forget your dancing and all your dates,
And come to the Intercollegiates.
36 Schools In
Twelve Wolverines Leave
Today To Battle Indiana t
For Team Championship
A battle royal between Indiana,
recently dethroned Big Ten Cham-j
pions, and their nemesis, the Michi-
gan track team, is anticipated at the]
Butler Relays at Indianapolis Satur-
The Hoosiers, who easily won the
team title at the Relays last year
when Coach Hoyt only entered a few
men, will be faced with a much more
difficult task this year.
Coach Hoyt and 12 of his best men'
leave today for Indianapolis. They
are Cass Kemp, Willis Ward, Dave
Hunn, Bob Lamb, Moreau Hunt, Tom
Ellerby, Dick Ellerby, Harvey Smith,
Neree Alix, Harvey Patton and Jack
Indiana, at the same time, has en-
tered an all-star outfit of 20 men, all
of whom are determined to gain re-
venge for the Chicago debacle.
A field of 400 athletes from 36
schools have been entered in what
will be one of the biggest track events
of the year. This exceeds last year's
entry list by 260: Five Big Ten
schools will be represented.
Outstanding individual stars be-
sides Ward who are entered are
G 1 e n n Cunningham, sensational
Kansas miler; Ralph Metcalfe, Mar-
quette sprinter; Tom Ottey of Mich-
igan State; Jay Berwanger of Chi-
cago; Chuck Hornbostel and Ivan
Fuqua of Indiana, and a host of
CROWDS SEE GAMES
The University of Iowa basketball
team last season played before 132,-
000 spectators, a new record for the
school. Home games drew 80,400, also
a new record.
Times turned in at the Michigan
section of the telegraphic Intercol-
legiate swimming races indicate that,
though it is too early to say defi-
nitely, the Maize and Blue co-eds
should rank high among the women
swimmers in the country.
There was only one record broken,
in the 40 yard breast stroke, when
Betty Howard clipped her own rec-
ord, chalked up last year, to :35 even.
Mabel Howard came in second, two
full seconds after her.
Pauline Mitchell, Intramural win-
ner, repeated her free style victory,
negotiating the 40 yard event in :27
flat. Helen Gillespie and Caroline
Trueblood followed her across the
The backstroke honors go to Al-
thea Lisle, who swam the 40 yard
stretch in :36.8. Caroline Trueblood
was second in this event, finishing
In the two 100 yard races, Betty
Howard again won her breast-stroke
race, while Helen Gillespie took the
free style first. B. Howard swain the
distance in 1:44 and again Mabel
Howard swam second to her, finish-
ing at 1:49.
Althea Lisle took the second in the
100 yard free style. Her time was a
short .9 of a second more than the
Jones Shoots Over
Par; Trails Leaders
AUGUSTA, Ga., March 22. -Bobby
Jones, making his first competitive
golf start since 1930, today found him-
self trailing the leaders by six strokes
on the first 18 holes of the $5,000
Master's Invitation Golf tournament
over the Augusta National Course.
Horton Smith of Chicago, Jimmie
Hines of Timber Point, N. Y., and
Emmett French of Southern Pines, N.
C., broke par by two strokes, shooting
70, to take a temporary lead over
the rest of the field. Jones shot a
poor 76, going out in 36 and shooting
a poor 40 coming back.
Jones himself sums up his difficulty:
"I was .hitting my woods and iron
shots as well as ever, but I must
have missed at least a half dozen putts
Six Dual Meets Carded
For Wolverine Golfers
A schedule of six dual meets
has been arranged for the Michi-
gan golf team for this year. The
team also will defend its Big Ten
championship and work in the
National collegiate championships.
The schedule is as follows:
April 21- Michigan State.
April 28 - Northwestern.
May 5 - Illinois.
May 11 - Ohio State, at Co-
May 16- Purdue.
May 21-22 - Big Ten, at Evan-
May 26-- Michigan State, at
of six feet or less. That tells the story
as far as I am concerned."
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