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Yon- Kipke Called To Lansing HAVING DELVED into the archives lished in every event with the excep-
y be of Big Ten dual meets, and, tion of the 100-yard free-style, in
tiles, By Son's Illness; Ford, backed devoutly by our swimming which Flachmann missed breaking the
the Borgmann Aid Coaches stooge, whom we are oftentimes in- old mark of 53 seconds.
the clined to rate more highly as a pub- Jack Kasley and Co-Captain Taylor
ton. While sports writers are still ex- licity man than as a sports writer, Drysdale of the Wolverines put new
Dave plaining to each other "what is we are presenting the results of the records on the books in the 200-yard
1ois- wrong with Michigan," the coaching Conference swimming meet the day breast-stroke ' and 150-yard back-
en- staff has seriously begun to plan for before it is officially scheduled. stroke respectively, while Tex Robert-
rebuilding the Maize and Blue foot- CHAMPAIGN, Ill., March 16. - son and Frank Barnard' of the same
with ball structure. During the past four Michigan's remarkably strong swim- team set up new standards in the
, as nights approximately 70 men have ming team successfully defended its 440- and 220-yard free-style.
good been working out in Yost Field House, Western Conference title tonight by Michigan's world record holding
Big in the opening gestures of spring establishing a new scoring record of medley trio of Drysdale, Kasley, and
en- practice. 68 poits Ogden Dalrymple provided the Ann
'ard Action so far has been in the con Iowa finished second with 30 points, Arbor tankmen with their fifth new
unn trol of Coaches Wally Webber and whc Illinois, headed by Captain mark, and Flachman broke hisown
Ray Courtright assisted by two of ac Fchm a, n u O 50-yard record and anchored the Il-
have last season's regulars, Jerry Ford oState for third place, piling up 22 linois sprint-relay team to a close
reuas er odcounters to 20 for the Buckeyes. Wleie ogv h
heir and Bill Borgmann. Coach Harry Northwestern placed fifth with 13, win over the Wolverines to give the
the Kipke was scheduled to appear for followed by Minnesota with 3, Indiana Indians two new standards.
cate the first time last night but the ill- with 2, and Chicago with 1 point. SUMMARIES
ard- ness of his son made a hurried trip Coach Matt Mann's Wolverine 400-yard sprint relay: Won by Il-
to Lansing, his home town, necessary. swimmers took six out of the nine linois; second, Michigan; third, Iowa;
ac- All of last year's regulars and re- first places, while Illinois won the fourth, Ohio State; fifth, Northwest-
s Of serves who are not engaged in other remaining three, the 50-and 100-yard ern. Time, 3:37. (New record. Old
nia- sports have reported in full force free-style events and the sprint relay. record 3:43.8 by Michigan, 1934).
ndi- and good condition. Only John Vier- New Conference records were estab- 200-yard breast-stroke: Won by
stop gever did not report. He has dropped 4 - Kasley (M.); second, Horn (N.); third,
from school this semester so that .- -,. Crittenden (M.); forth, Wehmeyer
he may be eligible next fall. "Cap- le l Dowlingi (Ia.); fifth, iHaskins (Ia.). Time,
tain Bill Renner is cautiously limber- 2:27.5 (New record. Old record 2:31.4
r ing up his passing arm. Whitey Aug 1by Schmieler (M), 1931).
taleand Joe Ellis, prominent backfield Squad D OWnS 150-yard back-stroke: Won by
ais candidates, are working with the Drysdale (M.); second, Westerfield
200- squad. Mike Savage, Harold Sears, Union P'm (Ia.); third, Salie (0.); fourth, Cody
and Cedric Sweet have not yet re- nnmen ((M.); fifth, Jewell (N.). Time, 1:38.9 8
ack ported but are .out fOr track. Matt (New record. Old record 1:41.6 by
raPatanelli, Ferris Jennings, and Steve M in T'1Drysdale, 1934.)
Yost Remias, are playing baseball. Frank Marino High Scorer As 50-yard free-style: Won by Flach-- e
Bissell, a sophomore guard last fall, American Match Game mann (Ill.); second, Bryant (0.);
son is intraining for the National In- third, Rollinger (N.); fourth, Schnei-
ithe traing he Nat. ChampsRoll Exhibition dermann (Ind.); fifth, Gjelhaug 0
e of tercollegiate wrestling meet. _ndher(Minn.): Time, :23.7 (New record. Old
Iwed in addition to those men and other The Heil Products bow4ing team record :24 by Flachmann, 1934).
Tau upperclassmen the entire freshman of Milwaukee demonstrated how they 440-yard free-style: Won by Rob-
squad has been invited to practi captured the American Match Game ertson (M.); second, Barnard (M.);
Only Bob Schroeder, tackle prospect icatredwe hydfetdapce
and Frank Dutkowsky, a strong full- title when they defeated a picked third, Jacpbsmeyer (Ia.); fourth, t
r team representing the Michigan Un Woodford (O.); fifth, Wilson (C).
back contender, have not reported. ion by 262 pins on the Union alleysTm,45. Nwreod l eodr
ch- Schroeder is putting the shot on the inb 6 iso h mnaly Time, 4:556 (New record. Old record
iball freshran track squad and Dutkowsky last night. 5:06.4 by Kennedy (M.), 1931).
ball freshmang tac squa and Drtkosk- Led by their captain, Hank Mar- 100-yard free-style: Won by Flah-
oot- is nursing a slight ankle fracture suf- ino, voted the outstanding bowler mann (Ill.); second, Bryant (O.)C
pro= fered during thewinter conditioning of the world last year, the Heils piled third, Dalrymple (M.); fourth, Ren- e
rted sessions at the Intramural Building. up a total of 2,870 pins nothwith- ner (M.); fifth, Hansen (Il. Time,
U. Smithers, Cooper, Hitchie, Leadbet-w
standing the fact that they were :53.9.
igh ter, Barassa, Janeek, backs; and bowling on strange alleys. Marino Diving: Won by Johnston (M.);
ich- Marzoni, Greenwald, Renaldi, Lillie, led the keglers by bowling over 613 second, Grady (M.); third, Busby
Zehm, Hayes and Guesquire, linemen, pins for an average of 204 pins a (Ia.); fourth, Fehsenfeld (M.); fifth,
are among the members of last sea- game. He was followed by Charlie Diefendorf (M.). 125.7 points.
son's freshman squad reporting. Daw, former individual match game 220-yard free-style: Won by Bar-
champion, who rolled 576. Gil Zunk- nard (M.); second, Robertson (M.);
er, holder of the all time National third, Jacobsmeyer (Ia.); fourth, -
Sixty Coaches all events record knocked down 561 Mowerson (M.); fifth, Woodford (O.).
pins while .Doc Ehlke and Ned Day Time, 2:1'6.5 (New record: Old record
elct AllSteach hit 560. 2:17.3 by Schmieler (M.)1932).
Ralph Sidman led the Union bowl- 300-yard medley relay: Won by
ers with a 549 game and Elmer Mitch- Michigan; second, Iowa; third, North-
ell bowled 539. Dick Gustine rolled western; fourth, Ohio State; fifth,
Court Q uintet Prfan..Jms oldOdrcr :0. yMcia,13)
a game of 198 to reach a total of 531 Minnesota. Time, 3:02.3. (New record.
pins. Prof. Layland K. James rolled Old record 3:10 by Michigan, 1932)
An All-American basketball team 495 pins and John Schmieler manag
for 1934-35, based on selections made ed to garner 494.
by 60 cage coaches from all over the Marino, besides giving the audience Added Batting
country, was announced by Ward a display of real bowling, amused
"Piggy" Lambert, the Purdue men- them with his ever present good e 1Ts*l1
tor, over a WJZ-NBC network last humor. After the match he stated jOW ,15h,1e
night. that he was well pleased with the
Those chosen were Bob Kessler of alleys although their condition was A s Team Drills
Purdue at left forward; Ray Ebling, noticeably poor and caused much
University of Kansas, right forward; misjudgment of shots. Both sides
Harry Leroy Edwards, center of the made many beautiful shots but the With only three weeks remaining
University of Kentucky; Claire Cribbs, prize of the evening was contributed before Michigan's baseball squad em-
University of Pittsburgh, left guard; by Professor James when he scored barks on a nine-game Southern
and Bill Nash of Columbia, at right a spare on a long split. training trip, Coach Fisher's 40 candi-
guard. dates are vieing for recognition in
The selections were made by tabu- FOUL SHOOTING the group of 16 ball players who will
lating all-opponent teams picked by The foul shooting contest at the make the trip.
the 60 coaches. Easy games and I-M Building last night was won by Marked improvement in hitting
schedules, long trips, too many games Phi Beta Delta in the interfraternity has been exhibited by 'the men who
in succession, and all around .per- division with 189 points: Alpha Omega are supposed to supply the batting
formance were taken into considera- and Chi Psi tied for se&ond with 183, punch this season. According to
tion by Les Quailey, rioted sports an- while Phi Sigma Delta was fourth. Coach Ray Fisher, Clayt Paulson,
nalist in making the final selection. In the independent section the Phys regular second baseman, has been
Edwards, 6 foot 5 inch sophomore Eds won with 173, the D'D'S were sec- pounding the ball most consistently
pivot man, who was given the center ond with 163; the Blue Raiders third in the cages.
position, is a former teammate of with 161, and the Steam Rollers John Regeczi, Capt. Russ Oliver,
John and Earl Townsend, Michigan fourth with 144. Jack Teitelbaum and Joe Lerner,, the
players who will be eligible for Var- other veterans, have all been hitting
sity competition next year. All three DISQUALIFIED BY SIZE well lately, except for one occasion
played on the Technical High School Robert Wadlow, 17-year-old high last Tuesday when Berger Larson,
of Indianapolis team. school student of Alton, Illinois, was right hander, had too much stuff for
ruled off the basketball team because some of the boys.
"Red" Grange probably holds the he was a bit too large for the other Among the sophomores, "Kim"
world's record for points scored in boys. Wadlow weighs 370 pounds and Williams, whose hitting may make
football with 1,400 points. is 8 feet li2 inches tall. him the leading candidate for the
backstop position, Harry Verbeek, in-
fielder, and Vic Heyliger, who will
probably be the regular right fielder,
are the heaviest sluggers, so far.
A SM RT D EU SSeveral reserves from last year
A 5MARTh RENDEZVOUS ave hitbetter during the past week
than they did all last season. George
FO R SMA RT DAT ES Bolas,converted into a switch hitter
by Fisher last year because he couldn't
hit well right handed, has added con-
siderable power to his swing. Bill
Wallbridge and Lee Hall, -outfielders,
and Steve Remias, ineligible last
year, have all shown signs of batting
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