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UNPRL. i4 THE,I MICHIGAN DAILY
Michigan aptures National Intercollegiate wimmn
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PLAY &
BY-PLAY
By AL NEWMAN -
Almanacke .
ODE TO APRIL
Month of great precipitation
Month of national inundation.
Month which all true bachelors fear
Month (we hope) of State Street
beer.
Month when clouds and other vapor'll
Fill the air because it's April!
Prospectus: (Sports and otherwise)
April 1. (today) Conflict between
two schools of thought. One school
says, it's Easter and the other main-
tains that it is April Fool's day.
Watch out for fake Easter eggs.
April 2. (tomorrow) (also Monday)
Big State Street beer vote. No runs,
no hits, no errors.
April 3. (probably Tuesday) Copy
depression on sports staff. Editor
snarls at staff. Staff snarls at \editor.
April 4. Rained out of the calendar.
April 5. National A.A.U. swimming
meet at Columbus. Michigan natators
to participate.
April 6. Continuation of above. Be-
ginning of Spring Vacation. Abrupt
cessation of thinking on part of stu-
dent body. Thinking moratorium to
Ilast until Monday, 16.
April 7. Finals of A.A.U. swim meet
at Columbus. Good luck, youse Mich-
igans!
April 8. The Sabbath. In fact, Low
Sunday. Probable rain. Conduct your-
self in due Sabbath manner where-
ever you are. Students arriving home
go to church for first time since
Christmas vacation.
April 9. Michigan baseball team
opens season against Colgate at Col-
gate as first game of spring trip..
April 10, Probable showers and
probably Tuesday. Michigans play
Colgates again.
April 11. baseball team at New
Brunswick, N. J. for game with Rut-
gers. -Memorandum: Warn Mayor La
Guardia that Michigan ball team is
in metropolitan district.
April 12. Baseball team at Temple.
April 13. Game with Lehigh.
April 14. Ball game with West
Chester Teachers goodness knows
where.
April 15. University students pour
back into Ann Arbor. So does rain.
April 16. The bluest Monday of
the year. Bet you a left-handed cat
it rains.
April 17. Showers with probable
Tuesday.
April 18. Nothing still happening.
April 19.: Rescue expedition finds
tennis team stuck in mud of Ferry
Field courts. Western State Teachers
are ball team's hosts.
April 20. Ball game with North-
western there. Will ball team never
give us a break and play here?
April 21. Ditto.
April 22. April showers bring May
flowers. Crash!
April 23. The Sabbath, and nothing
happening.
April 24. Baseball game with Ypsi
at Ypsi.
April 25. Nothing ever happens.
April 26. Track team readying for
Drake Relays. To bed at eight-thirty.
April 27. Tennis match, M.S.C.
here. Ball game, O.S.U. there.
April 28. Tennis match, Illinois
here. Ball game at Ohio State.
April 29. Drake Relays second day.
They started yesterday.
April 30. End of the month. Ex-
pect bills soon.

Dstincti o
Sprig and
Summer
Young Men's
Clothing and
it

Michigan Wins
SwimmigMeet
With 30 Points
U. S. C. Second With 18;
Washington And Yale
Tie For Third
(Continued from Page 1)
vas a few inches ahead of his Cali-
fornia rival.
Southern California, picked to give
Michigan a great run for champion-
ship honors, failed to win a first
place but had point-getters in seven
events.
High board diving: Won by Deg-
ever, Michigan; second, Wayne,
Miami; third, Johnson, Michigan;
fourth, Flobco, Westchester; fifth,
Kurtz, Southern California; sixth,
Buckingham, Yale. Points: 154.64.
Michigan won haidily, annexing 30
220-Yard Free Style: Won by Med-
ica, Washington; second, Gilhula,
Southern California; third, Flach-
mann, Illinois; fourth, Plichta, Navy;
fifth, Stevens, Navy; sixth, Jacobs-
meyer, Iowa. Time: 2:13.2. New
N.C.A.A. record. Old time, 2:14.6, held
by Hopke, Yale.
300-Yard Medley Relay: Won by
Yale, (Hoyt, Savel, Livingston) ;
second, Michigan(Dryslgle, Law-
rence, Renner); third, Southern Cal-
ifornia; fourth, Minnesota; fifth,
Springfield. Northwestern was dis-
qualified. Time 3:06.
400-Yard,-Relay-Won .by Michi-
gan (Robertson, Dalrymple, Kamen-
ski and Renner); second, Rutgers
(Ashley, Brick, Kyle and Spence);
third, Southern California (Gilhula,
Fletcher, Browne and Kidder), fourth,
Yale (Livingston, Penn, Carron and
Hoyt); fifth, Iowa, sixth, Pittsburgh.
Time 3:37.6.
200-Yard Breast Stroke - Won by
Savell, Yale; second, White, Rutgers;
third, Horn, Northwestern; fourth,
Colville, Ohio State; fifth, Lawrence,
Michigan; sixth, Warner, Southern
California. Time 2:30.8.
150-Yard Back Stroke-Won by
Drysdale, Michigan; second, Kaye,
Southern California; third, Fela, Ohio
State; fourth, Bowman, Lafayette;
fifth, Pankow, Colgate; sixth, Dix,
Washington. Time 1:40.8.
50-Yard Free Style-Won by
Flachmann, Illinois, second, Rolling-
er, Northwestern, third, Holland,
Springfield, fourth, Fleteher, South-
ern California; fifth, Brick, Rutgers;
sixth, Ernst, Iowa. Time :23.8.
440-yard freestyle: Won by Medica,
Wshington; second, Gilhula, South-
ern California; third, Plichta, Navy;
fourth, Stevens, Navy; fifth, Cristy,
Michigan; sixth, Robertson, Michi-
gan. Time 4:46.8. New world record.
Old mark: 4:48.6 set in 1933 in Detroit
by Gilhula of Southern California.
100-yard freestyle: Won by Spence,
Rutgers; second, Flachmann, Illinois;
third, H i g 1 a n d, Northwestern;
fourth, Fletcher, Southern California;
fifth, Dalrymple, Michigan; sixth,
Jacobsmyer, Iowa. Time :51.6.
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SPECIAL STUDENT
DE LUXE C
CAMPUS TRAVEL BURE

Conne Mack Reb uil ds Anew With Foxx

WOMEN'S
Leadership Course

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Connie Mack begins again this spring the task of rebuilding the
Athletic baseball machine. The sale of Grove, Cochrane, Bishop, Earn-
shaw, and, Walberg this winter leaves only Foxx of the stars that
brought three successive American League championships to Phila-
delphia.
Fielders Without Practice As
Baseball Team Stays Indoors

A class of 26 girls has been meeting
every day this week to study under
Miss Alice Mulkey the benefits of a
scout leadership course. Miss Mulkey
is head of the field work in this sec-
tion of the country, and was selected
by national heaaquarters to conduct
the course to be given here in Ann
Arbor.
A general course in scout leader-
ship and captaincy was presented at
the Women's Field House, the first
time such a course has been pre-
sented at the University. It was open
to non-university women, but more
than three-fourths of the women en-
rolled were college students.
* *
Spring Fever
Enthusiasm for outdoor sports runs
highest in the spring, the athletic
season which will begin immediately
after vacation. Participants in both
the golf and tennis tournaments are
much more numerous, as all athletic
activities are not cut into by rush-
ing, football week-ends, and the
other diversions of the fall schedule.
Indoor Track
Meets Will Be
HeldMna
The fraternity indoor track meet,
the oldest intramural event on the
campus, will be held at 7:30 p.m.
Monday at Yost Field House. The
meet was first held in 1913 at Water-
man Gymnasium.
The independent indoor track meet
will be held at the same time in the
Field House, fraternity and inde-
pendent events being run off alter-
nately.
Eighteen teams have entered the
fraternity competition, and a some-
what smaller number the indepen-
dent meet. Theta Xi is the defending
champion, and, with a full team en-
tered, has an excellent chance of re-
peating its victory. Strong opposition,
however, is expected from Alpha
Kappa Lambda, Theta Chi, and Tau
Kappa Epsilon. Coach Charlie Hoyt

The baseball squad is going into
the last week of practice prepara-
tory to leaving on the Eastern train-
ing trip, during spring vacation.
There seems to be little chance for
the team to go outdoors before next
Sunday, the day set for departure.
The Field House, where the ball
players are now carrying on their
conditioning, is not very well suited
for purposes of getting a ball club
in good shape, and so a sad tale un-.
folds itself. The outfielders have had
no fielding practice; in fact they
have forgotten what it feels like to
catch a fly ball.
The infielders have had no in-
field practice, and ground balls are
going to give them quite a battle
once they do get out of the Field
House.
Catchers Lack Practice
The catchers have had no practice
in throwing down to second to nip
a man stealing. They take some
throws in the Field House, but there
is nobody trying to steal. George Ford
broke his ankle last week, and Coach
Ray Fisher is taking no more
chances. If the catchers get into a
ball game without some training
under fire, they are liable to throw
the ball over the centerfield bleach-
ers, if they have such things on the
Eastern diamonds.
The pitchers have had plenty of
practice in throwing to batters in the
cages, but it is unlikely that they

will have the advantage of a few
scrub games, before they mount the
firing line out East.
If the Michigan nine meets Col-
gate next Monday, and it hasn't had
any outdoor sessions, some peculiar
fielding antics may be looked for
from the Wolverines. However, Coach
Fisher says in a very determined
manner, "We'll get in a few days on
Ferrry Field before the trip," de-
spite the fact that Ferry Field is now
hiding under several feet of snow
and water. This shows how anxious
Coach Fisher is to get outdoors.
Several of the pitchers have looked
very good. Wistert will be the big
gun of the hurling corps, with Patch-
in and Tillotson probably following
him in that order. Wilson and Fish
probably will see action, as will Set-.
tle,, a southpaw, who had the batters
blinking yesterday with a fine fast

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