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MARCH 16, 1935


Swimmers To Defend Conference Title At Champaign T


Wolverines Are
Highly Favored
To Keep Crown
Ohio State, Illinois, And
Iowa Entertain Hopes Of
Causing Upset
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., March 15. -
(Special) - The oft-repeated cry of
"Beat Michigan" was resounding over
the University of Illinois campus to-
night as the members of the various
Big Ten swimming teams rested be-
fore the annual Conference cham-
pionship meet.
The Wolverines, cock-sure and
stronger than ever, are overwhelming
favorites to win their eighth title in
nine years, but Illinois, Ohio State,
and Iowa are all entertaining hopes
of victory and have devised plans by
which they expect to finish on top.
Defending titles in single events will
be Captain Chuck Flachmann of Illi-
nois in the 50, 100,
and 220-yard free-
style, Co-Captain
Taylor Drysdale in
the back - stroke,
and the Wolverine
sprint and medley
relay teams.
is looked upon to
win both the short-
er events with ease,
and should break Flachmann
his own 50-yard record, but the 220-
yard crown will undoubtedly pass
into the hands of either Tex Robert-
son of Frank Barnard of Michigan.
Adolph Jacobsmeyer of Iowa is also
a strong contender.
Drysdale is also a favorite in the
150-yard event, but should be forced
to break his own record of 1:41.6 to
win from Charlie Salie of Ohio State,
Dick Westerfield of Iowa, and his own
teammate, Fred Cody.I
The Wolverine medley relay trio
of Jack Kasley, Drysdale and Ogden
Dalrymple, present holder of the
world record in the 300-yard event,
should enable Michigan to keep one
relay title, but Illinois is favored over
Coach Matt Mann's sprint relay quar-
One of the best exhibitions of the
evening will see Der Johnston, Ben
Grady, Frank Fehsenfeld, and Ned
Diefendorf of Michigan battle with
Bill Busby of Iowa and Earl Jansen,
of Illinois. The dual meet records of
all these men have been erratic, and
the outcome of tomorrow night's final
is a toss-up.
Arm Injury Will Not
Keep Javelin Star Out
It was announced late yesterday
that an arm injry to Edward
Adam Stone, Varsity javelin
thrower, was not serious and would
not keep him from competition.
Stone, who earned his letter last
year on the basis of performances
which were topped by a throw of
over 183 feet at the Drake Re-
lays, received a recurrence of an
old arm injury last week which
it was feared would keep him out
for the season.
Steve Hamas Goes Into
C4 A LS -_.._

Hell Week Raises
The Old Devil With
Frosh Track Team
Hell Week will have weakened the
freshman track team considerably
when they vie against the Illinois
yearlings in a telegraphic meet to
be run off atathe Yost Field House
this afternoon according to Coach
Ken Doherty.
Several of the best men are in poor
condition because of loss of sleep suf-
fered during Hell Week, and John
Townsend, star shot putter, may be
kept from competing altogether due
to this activity.
Illinois has a strong squad this
year, having defeated the Ohio State
freshmen who hold a victory over the
Wolverine thinclads. The Indians
rate especially well in the middle
distance events, with three men who
have run the half mile in less than)
two minutes.
Bill Staehle has been improving
all year and is expected to reach his
peak for the season this afternoon
and create new marks in the mile and
two-mile runs.rSteve Vason may es-
tablish a new record in the 440-yard
dash, and Townsend, if he competes,
is looked upon to set a new shot put
Jockey Wright
Wins Five Out
Of Six Races
Eighteen-Year-Old Riding
Sensation Reaches New
High At Tropical Park
TROPICAL PARK, Fla., March 16.
- UP) -Jockey Wayne Wright, the
eighteen-year-old riding sensation
from Rexburg, Id., reached a new
high here today when he rode, five
winners in the six trips to the barrier.
The quiet-mannered, blond young-
ster who is under contract to J. E.
Widener missed only with Lookabout,
which was third in the second race.
He started out in the very first race
by scoring with De Valera, which
paid $8.10 and after placing third
with Lookabout came back to sweep
the card from the fourth race on.
Wright won the fourth race on
Jadaan at $5 for $2, scored with
Golden Way, a $6.10 shot in the fifth,
and brought a long shot, Mintana,
which paid $22.50, under the wire in
the sixth. He closed the day with a
triumph on Dancing Boy in the sev-
enth race. Dancing Boy paid $7.50
to win.
Wright, who led the rival leaders at
Pimlico, Bowie, Tropical and Hialeal
in successive meetings, now appears
assured of making it five in a row
in his remarkable conquests at the
various tracks. He scored five triples
at Hialeah Park and the public is
now so confident of his exceptional
ability that it bets his mounts re-
gardless of form.
Wright's triumphs made it a fa-
vorite's day and he made it four fa-
vorites in a row when he brought Mrs.
W. T. Anderson's Jadaan under the
wire in the fourth and feature race,
the Wakulla Pure of five and a half

Simmons Goes Up

Five Hundred Captain Russ Oliver At Last
Will Perform I Decides He Will Be A Pitcher
At Open House By KENNETh C. PARKER during batting practice when Oliver
___You can never force a ball player surprised his coach by volunteering
into doing something he doesn't to serve the ball up to the batters
Interfraternity Leagues To want to do -that's an old theory for awhile. The result was devastat-
Wind U > Seasons On Coach Ray Fisher goes by and because ing as far as batting practice was
he does Capt. Russ Oliver is trying concerned. Oliver's quick-breaking
Wednesday Night his hand at pitching for the first curve, seen for the first time by most
time since he joined the Michigan of the hitters, was baffling.
R ske IS In ChargeIbaseball forces three years ago. Since that day Oliver has decided
Early last year Fisher saw that Oli- it is a lot of fun to pitch, and is ready
ver had one of the best curve balls this year to hurl if Fisher wants to
Exhivitions To lBe Given of any hurler on the staff, and the use him. Fisher thinks he will, but
mentor tried his best to get Oliver chiefly in the relief role. Oliver lacks
In Swimming, Archery, to take a crack at pitching, but with the necessary speed to last a full
Badminton, And Golf no success. Oliver did not want to game, but his curve is good enough
pitch. Whether he preferred to stick to fool plenty of batters in the Big 1
By RICHARD L. LAMARCA at third base, or whether he lacked Ten, and should be successful in
confidence in his ability as a hurler quelling uprisings that other hurlers
"I think this year's Intramural is not certain. At any rate Fisher can't stop. #isher is counting on him
Open House will probably be the most did not force Oliver to pitch, and strongly as an added fixture to an al
outstanding demonstration we have pitch he did not, that is until late ready strong staff of hurlers.
ever had, for the competition has been last spring, when he suddenly
unusually close and the exhibitions changed his mind.
to be staged will be the most spectacu- The turning point came one daylame
D. Mitchell, director of Intramural) .fF e i e
lar ever performed." declared Elmer __ _ ---- - -I. .F De d s
athletics.hEarl Riskey, assistantmdi- The forestry club will attempt to stop
rector, has also helped considerably the Physical Eds march to the semi- Perry Cannot
to make the program possible. finals. BA
About 500 athletes will compete in The Beta Theta Pi A and B teams Act In ovies
the performances to be staged Wed- teams have been undefeated. The B
nesday night at the Intramural build- team opposes Chi Psi Monday while
ing from 7 to 10 p.m. the A squad meets Alpha Delta Phi British Tennis Ace Must
Handball Entries Lead in an attempt to reach the semi-fin-
Handball leads the entries in the als Desert Amateur Ranks

-Associated Press Photo.
Al Simmons, the Milwaukee slug-
ger, shows White Sox rookies how to
pull the high ones down in 'the out-
field. He and the Chicago American
League 'team are in spring training at
Pasadena, Calif., in preparation for
the 1935 horsehide campaign.
Intramural Officials
Pick Honor Puck Team
Although play in the Intramural
hockey league is still in the semi-final
stage, an All-Star team has been se-
lected by I-M officials. The players
honored are as follows:
Dave Shetter, 38's .............. G
Robert Simpson, Delta Tau Delta .RD
William Onderdonk, Psi Upsilon . LD
Gilbert James, Berryman A.C. ..C
Robert King, Berryman A.C. ....RW
Frank Gifford, Phi Kappa Psi . .. .LW
Spares: Vyn, Berryman AC; For-
netti, Alley Cats; Fones, Alley Cats;
Gib James, touted as a successor
to Co-Captain Johnny Sherf of the
Varsity sextet, was recognized as the
best player in the league. James and
Bob King will probably be Varsity
material next year.
All-Stars Set New Mark
In Half-Mile Relay Trials
Running against six other inde-
pendent relay teams, the All-Stars,
Peck, Syverson, Rosehbaum, and Den-
nis, established a new Intramural
half mile relay record, 1:38.2 in the
preliminary relay trials held Thurs-
day night at Yost Field House.
Although ' slipped 1.8 seconds
off the old .ecord, the manager of
the All-Stars stated that his team
would probably crack the new mark
in the finals, tentatively scheduled
for April 2.

different sports with a total of 85,
contestants while squash and bad-
minton are in second and third places
with 70 and 50 entries respectively.
The other number of players listed
in the various sports are as follows:
basketball 41, fencing 36, swimming'
35, volleyball and wrestling130, foul
shooting 20, dart baseball 18, gym-
nastics 15, tumbling, table tennis,
paddle ball, boxing, and codeball,
10, archery 8, and tennis and golf 6.
The badminton class will feature
the Ann Arbor badminton club op-
posing the University players in a
series of matches. Kramer, state
singles champion, will enter a troupe
for exhibition games.
Two independent teams, the Hops
and Blue Raiders, will furnish the
main competition in the dart base-
ball entertainment.
The boxing section will demonstrate
the various methods of training,
namely, rope skipping, bag punching,
and shadow boxing. Several exhibi-
tion bouts will also be staged.
Fraternities Will Compete
Three championships in the Intra-
mural basketball ranks will be de-
cided; fraternity "A" and "B" sec-
tions and the, independent depart-
ment. In the class A interfraternity
playoffs Beta Theta Pi beat Sigma
Alpha Nu to oppose Alpha Delta Phi
in the quarter finals. Alpha Omega
reached the quarter finals by defeat-
ing Alpha Kappa PSi. The former
fraternity will face Delta Tau Delta.
The winner of the above encounter
will gain the right to play Kappa Nu
in the semi-finals.
The class B playoffs find the Delta
Sigma Delta team opposing Beta
Theta Pi in an effort to gain the
semi-final round. Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon will also attempt to reach the
semi-finals when they line up against
Delta Upsilon.
In the independent B division tour-
ney the D.D.'s defeated the Blue


To Hold National Finals ,

To Be Screen Star

The National A.A.U. finals will be
run off in the codeball section. PARIS, March 15. - (P') - Fred
The all-campus fencing finals willIPerry's dream of playing in tennis
also be held, while in the shootingjmovies and at the same time retain-
competition will be furnished by a ing his amateur standing to defend
team match between fraternity and 1 the Davis Cup for Great Britain was
independent winners.da shattered by theInternational Tennis
Gymnastics will be demontsrated Federation today.
by former Varsity team members and After a red hot session behind closed
the Ypsi State Normal team. doors, the Czechoslovakian proposal to
Handball features matches between modify the rules to sanction the ap-
the University, Toledo Y.M.C.A. and pearance of amateurs in tennis action
the Detroit Y.M.C.A., while paddle films failed to receive the necessary
ball competition consists of a num- two-thirds majority. The vote was 42
ber of exhibition matches to be play- for and 41 against.
ed by University men. Walters Anderson, a delegate from
University squash players will clash the United States, led the opposition.
with the Toledo Club, and Dave Gard- He declared it would mean " a break-
ner, professional at the Detroit Ath- down of the fundamental standards of
letc Club, will coach and give an amateur play."
exhibition.i English delegates, who fear Perry
Swimmers Will Perform may jump to the professional ranks
The Michigan swimming team will unless he can play in the movies had
present a diving and swimming exhi- the support of Belgium and Australia
bition, while in the tennis ranks the in backing the Czechoslovakian move.
all-campus singles finals will be Italy, France and Holland lined up
staged. The singles match will find with the United States.
J. Rodriguez opposing R. Edmonds in Perry's name was not mentioned
a quarter final go while the winner throughout the long discussion.
of the above match will oppose the Representatives of some of the
winner of the K. Kasaback-J. Deam countries declared later today's action
game. In another match R. Anderson means the Federation is determined
meets Ted Thorward. I to stop the inroads of professional
r7_ _tennis into the amateur system.
Dixie Howell Mav As another step in this direction,

theFdrto passed arslto
Also Be In Movies asking National associations to decline
to permit professional exhibitions un-
less absolutely necessary in "the inter-
HOLLYWOOD, Calif., March . ests of the game."
(A') -Unlike the average young man ,


just coming out of college, Dixie How-
ell, great Alabama football player,
will have two lucrative jobs awaiting
for him when he closes his books for
the last time.
Already signed to play baseball with
the DetroitTigers, or with one of their
farms, Howell still has a Hollywood
motion picture offer open to him.
Henry McRae, supervisor or serials
at Universal Studios, said today he
has received word from Howell reaf-
movies "any time between April 15
and May 15."

a ne r eaeraulon reierrea Lo a COIII-

mittee an English proposal to de-
crease the service court surface by
establishing a three-foot wide neutral
band down center, designed to reduce
service advantage.
New Cars for Taxi Service
a 5 P


Sanatorium After Bout furlongs. INDIANA BREEDS CAGERS Raide
BERLIN, March 15. - UIP) - As the The B.B. Stable's Good Harvest, The 1934-35 Purdue basketball team quarte
result of the terrific thumping he took which opened favorite but receded to was composed entirely of native Hoo- so rea
at the hands of Max Schmeling last second choice, was an easy second siers. they b
Sunday, Steve Hamas, American under poor handling by Jockey Don
heavyweight boxer, is in a sanatorium Meade, beatingth. McGehee's Erin Lad!
suffering from spinal, eye and nerve by three lengths. The winner made
troubles, his 'manager, Charlie Har- the very fast time of 1:05%2".
vey announced today. The race, which brought Wright his
Earlier today it was reported that second triumph, brought misfortune
as the result of a spinal injury re- to Meade, for after the race he was
ceived during the fight, Hamas had ordered not to accept any outside
practically lost the use of his legs and mounts.
his speech has been slightly affected.)
The Detroit Lions, Brooklyn Dodg- An annual per capita tax of $20 as
-ers, Philadelphia Eagles, and Chi- a means of financing their inter- roo
cago Bears all are seeking Stanley collegiate athletic program has been
Kostka, Minnesota fullback. approved by students at Cornell.

ors to meet the Badgers in a
er final game. Physical Eds al'-
ached the quarter finals when
owled over the Steam Rollers.



tar's dressing
LIGHTS circle
e mirror!






Valuable Possessions
When your valuable possessions are safely locked away in
a safety deposit box you know they are secure from any hands
but yours. And, in addition, they are secure against fire.
Keep your important papers, receipts, and jewels where you
alone can control them.

OVER the theater star's dressing table there is a magic
circle of light that mercilessly reveals every flaw in
make-up. The amount of light used is eloquent testi-
mony to the need of plenty of light for a critical seeing
task such as this. Your vanity table, too, requires a def-
inite amount of light- just as there is a definite amount
needed for reading, writing, sewing and other visual
tasks. You can apply four simple rules to your home
lighting that will assure good general quality of illu-
mination throughout the house: (1) Use SHADES on all
lamp bulbs to prevent GLARE. (2) Use shades with
light-colored linings to get the most light. Wide shades,
open at the top, are best. (3) Use correct-size lamp bulbs
-"'WATTS". In table and floor lamps with 3 sockets,
use 40 watts in each socket; two sockets, 60 watts; one
socket, 100 watts. (4) Have at least one-tenth as much
light in the rest of the room as you have on your book,
newspaper, sewing, etc. .

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