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35 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Nineteen Sports

Feature Seventh

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Wrestling And
Basketball To
Head Pro ram
Anderson To Play Dean In
Finals Of Annual Indoor
Tennis Tournament
Overflow Expected
LeVandlowski And Bauss,
Ex-Champ, Will Meet In
Boxing Exhibition
The intramural department's sev-
enth annual Open House, Ann Ar-
bor's largest athletic show featuring
19 sports and over 500 participants,
will begin today at 7:00 p.m. and for
three hours entertain what the offi-
cials expect will be a record-breaking
crowd.
Every year the attendance has
mounted and reached its height in
1934 when 4,400 sports enthusiasts
witnessed the program. Along with
the growth of the audience, there has
been an accompanying growth in the
program which is larger and more di-
versified than ever before.
Basketball Finals
Outstanding among the champion-
ship events are the basketball finls
in three divisions, class A, class B,
of the Interfraternity tourney and the
Independent section. Beta Theta Pi's
class A five, which has played fine
basketball in all of its play-off games
will meet Alpha Omega who defeated
Kappa Nu in the play-off last night.
Judging by the Beta's performances
in their other two playoff games
against Sigma Alpha Mu and Alpha
Delta Phi, they will be favorites at
the opening tip-off at 8:00 p.m.
In class B, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
meets Beta Theta Pi's B team, while
the D.D.'s play the Physical Ed's for
the Independent title. The class B
game is at 7:00 p.m. and the Indepen-
dent game begins at 9:00 p.m.
A foul shooting contest between Phi
Beta Delta and the Physical Ed's
will take place during the half time
intermission of the first cage contest
while a tumbling exhibition will en-
tertain the spectators at the other
two games.
Coach Faces Champ
Martin Levandowski, boxing coach
and Harvey Bauss, former light
heavyweight champion of the Univer-
sity, will give an exhibition at 9:00
p.m. in the boxing room. In addition
to this bout, there will be other
exhibition matches by members of
the freshman and Intramural squads,
earlier in the evening.
Bob Anderson will defend his in-
door tennis crown against Jarvis Dean
in the feature net game of the Open
House. Two doubles matches fill out
the tennis program.
The All-Campus wrestling meet and
the Varsity swimming team exhibition
will also be of major interest to sport
fans. The acquatic demonstration will
mark the last appearance of the sen-
iors on the squad.
As in the past there will be no ad-
mission charge.
Hockey Playoffs
To Start Saturday
NEW YORK, March 19 -'P)- Of
great interest to the hockey fans was
the announcement of the dates for
the playoffs, which will begin the end
of this week.
Boston and Toronto, the two first-
place clubs, will open on Saturday
a best three-out-of-five series to de-
termine the league championship.
The survivor automatically will quali-,
fy for the Stanley Cup finals.

Chicago and the Maroons will be-
gin their second-place series at Mon-
treal on Saturday while the Rangers
and Canadiens open the third-place
playoffs on Sunday night at New
York. These two series, decided on a
two game, total goals basis, will end
at Chicago and Montreal Tuesday
night.
BARNARD PLACES FOURTH
Frank Barnard, sophomore dis-
tance star, finished fourth in the
220-yard free-style event in the
Conference swimming meet Satur-
day night instead of fifth as pre-
viously announced.
Barnard finished more than a
yard ahead of Baker Bryant of
Ohio state who was originally list-
ed as fourth, but confusion in the
judging put him behind the Buck-
eye swimmer in the original re-
ports.

Mann-Kiputh Feud
Will Boil Tonight
In Try For Record
Michigan's crack Varsity swimmers
wil1 combine business with pleasure
in their exhibition at the Open House
tonight when 18 of Coach Matt
Mann's "finest" go after the Amer-
ican mile free-style relay record. I
This record is a part of the Wolv-
erines' long-standing grudge against
Coach Bob Kiputh and his Yale tank-
men, which was recently publicized
nationally when the easterners re-
fused to meet Michigan in a dual
meet. Up to about a month ago,
Michigan held the record, made here
on March 19, 1930, with the time of
16:42.6. Then the Bulldog swimmers
pulled it down to 16:31.4.
Matt Has His Chance Now
With the "best swimming team ever
assembled under one roof" at his
command, Coach Mann figures that
he can now appease his wrath toward
Kiputh and Yale a little bit by set-
ting a new mark at approximately
16:25.
In this mile event the team consists
of 17 men swimming 100 yards and
one man swimming 60 yards. Coach
Mann will use a combination of Var-
sity men, reserves, ineligibles, and
freshmen in the attempt to set up the
new standard.
Eighteen To -Swim
A probable lineup includes Co-
captains Bob Renner and Taylor
Drysdale, Ogden Dalrymple, Tex Rob-
ertson, Frank Barnard, Bob Mower-
son, Jack Kasley, Paul Keeler, Ed
Drew, and Dick Blake from the Var-
sity, Henry Vander Velde, John
Dersch, and Matt Sielski chosen from
the reserves, Bob Lawrence, ineligible
Varsity star, and Ray Gelinas, Bill
Tyler, Dick Gearhart, and Mark Mc-
Carthy of the freshnman squad.
No performance in the Intramural-
pool would be a success without the
appearance of Michigan's "diving
fools," Der Johnston, Ned Diefendorf,
Frank Fehsenfeld, Ben Grady, Ad-t
dolph Ferstenfeld, and freshman Bob
Cheetham, and all will be on hand
tonight.
Comic Dives Featured
The springboard circus will include<
among others such favorite dives as
Adie's "Fountain," Der's triple somer-l
sault, Ned's "Coca-Cola" or "the
pause that refreshes," the "Indiana
slip" and the "Michigan slide" byx
Fehsenfeld, the "cannon-ball" byt
Grady, and the latter's double-divesx
in collaboration with Johnston.-
Michigan's world record-holding
medley relay trio of Drysdale, Kasley,
and Dalrymple will meet another
combination almost equally as strong,
composed of Fred Cody, Bill Critten-
den or Ed Vander Velde, and Renner,
in an exhibition race.
There will be two performances
given, at 7:30 and at 8:30 p.m. The
attempt at Yale's mile record will be
made at the first show, with the other
features repeated.
PRE-SEASON RESULTS
At St. Petersburg
New York (A) . . .000 111 100-4 6 0
Bost (N) ........100 000 000-1 8 1
Gomez, Broaca and Dickey; Brown,
Cantwell and Hogan, Lewis.
At West Palm Beach
New York (N) ..000 002 101-4 8 1
St. Louis (A) . . .000 301 01*-5 10 2
Schumacher, Parmelee and Dan-
ning; Thomas, Coffman and Hemsley.J

Seventh Annual Open House Program
Time Event Place
7:00 p.m.-Basketball - Class B finals ................ Large Gym
7:00 p.m.-Foul Shooting - exhibition .................. Large Gym
7:00 p.m.--Tennis - Doubles exhibition ................ Large Gym
7:00 p.m.-Volley Ball - exhibition .................... Large Gym
7:00 p.m.-Badminton - exhibition .................... Large Gym
7:00 p.m.-Table Tennis - exhibition ................... Large Gym
7:00 p.m.--Squash Racquets -- exhibition ............ Squash Courts
7:00 p.m.-Handball - exhibition .................. Handball Courts
7:00 p.m.-Golf -exhibition by Varsity squad ....Squash Court 11
See schedule at court.
7:00 p.m.-Archery -- exhibition .................. Squash Court 11
7:00 p.m.-Codeball - exhibition .................Codeball Court
7:30 p.m.-Swimming and Diving exhibition by Varsity and
freshman squads ...................... Swimming Pool
7:30 p.m.-10:00 p.m. Wrestling -Finals of the All-Campus
tournament ...........................Wrestling Room
7:30 p.m.-Boxing - exhibition. There will be other matches
every half hour to 9 p.m . ..,................ Boxing Room
7:30 p.m.-Dart Baseball - exhibition .................. Large Gym
7:30 p.m.-Fencing - All-Campus finals ............. Auxiliary Gym
7:30 p.m.-Gymnastics - exhibition ................ Auxiliary Gym
8:00 p.m.-Basketball - Class A finals ................ Large Gym
8:00 p.m.-Tumbling - exhibition ...................... Large Gym
This will be repeated between halves of basketball game.
8:00 p.m.-Badminton - exhibition .................... Large Gym
8:00 p.m.-Volley ball - special match ................ Large Gym
8:00 p.m.-Tennis -Indoor Singles finals.............Large Gym
8:00 p.m.-Squash Raquets - Special exhibition and
lecture ...................................Squash Courts
8:00 p.m.-Handball - Faculty vs. students ........ Handball Courts
8:30 p.m.-Swimming and diving -Repeat of first
exhibition...........................Swimming Pool
8:30 p.m.-Codeball - National singles finals ............'....Court 2
9:00 p.m.-Basketball - Independent finals ............. Large Gym
9 00 p.m.-Boxing - Exhibition by Levandowski and
Bauss .....................................Boxing Room
9:00 p.m.-Badminton - exhibition .................... Large Gym
9:00 p.m.-Tennis - Doubles exhibition ................ Large Gym

Dodgers Take
Heetic Battle
From Detroit
Auker And Sorrell Pitch
In 9-8 Defeat; Howell
Erratic In Field
Casey Stengel's Brooklyn Dodgers
took a hectic exhibition game from
the Detroit Tigers at Orlando yester-
day when they hammered Victor Sor-
rell and Elden Auker for ten hits and
nine runs to win, 9-8. Hank Green-
berg hit a home run in the third in-
ning to score Jo Jo White and Charlie
Gehringer.
Errors by both teams featured the
game, and Dixie Howell, playing third
for the Tigers, led the parade with
three to his credit. Howell appeared
nervous today and two muffed
grounders and a bad throw were the
result.
Detroit apparently had the game
sewed up in the eighth when they
were leading 8-7, but a triple by Babe
Phelps, pinch hitting for Pitcher
Frank Lemanske, scored Al Lopez
with the tying run, and the Dodgers
went on to win in the ninth.

BOX S
Detroit A
White, cf.......
Morgan, rf .......
Gehringer, 2b.
Greenberg, lb.
Goslin, lf .........
Rogell, ss ........
Howell, 3b ........
Hayworth, c ......
Auker, p ..........
*Rowe..........
Sorrell, p.......

CORE
.5 3
.5 1
.4 1
.4 1
.4 0
.5 0
.5 0
.5 1
.1 0
.0 1
.2 0
41 8

Maize And Blue Tennis Hopes
Rest Largely On Green Material
Michigan's Big Ten champion ten- candidates have not yet been able to
nis team will enter the title race this get on the outdoor courts.
year largely dependent on inexpe- Of the group that has been prac-
rienced material. Of a tentative squad ticing regularly on the indoor courts
which Coach John Johnstone was in the Intramural Building, however,
able to pick yesterday, only two have Coach Johnstone cited four as show-'
any actual Varsity playing experience, ing promise. Robert Anderson, in-
and two others were members of the door title-winner last year, will be
1934 squad. eligible for competition this season.
Captain Seymour Siegel and How- Miller Sherwood, Jarvis Dean, and
ard Kahn, both letter-winners of Johnny Rodriguez conclude the list
past seasons, will be the mainstay of of 1935 possibilities.
the 1935 aggregation. In the sup- Anderson and Dean will meet to-
porting role, Coach Johnstone said night in the All-Campus indoor
that in all probability Ted Thorward championship singles match, a part
of the Intramural Open House pro-
rrhP f~n. ai ~Ifrgram.

Totals

Brocklyn AB
Boyle, rf ..........3
Reis, ss ..........5
Koenecke, cf ......5
Leslie, lb ..........2
McCarthy, lb ......2
Cuccinello, 2b ....4
Taylor, if ........3
Bordagaray, if . . . .1
Stripp, 3b ........5
Lopez, c ..........4
Logan, p ..........1
Lamanske, p ......0
Phelps..........1
13Ferrato .........0
Eisenstadt, p ......0

Totals ...... .36 9 10 27 13 4
*Batted for Auker in sixth.

te enuauve Lennis scnee u
the 1935 Varsity season was an-
nounced ytsterday by Coach John
Johnstone as follows:
April 24 - Michigan State Nor-
mal, Ypsilanti.
April 26 -Michigan State, Lan-
sing.
April 27 - Detroit Tennis Club,
Detroit.
May 2 - Western State Teach-
ers' College, Kalamazoo.
May 3 - University of Chicago,
Chicago.
May 4- University of Minneso-
ta, Chicago.
May 9 - Northwestern, Ann Ar-
bor. ,
May 10-- Northwestern vs. Ohio
State, Ann Arbor.
May 11-Ohio State, Ann Ar-
bor.
May 15 -Michigan Normal,
Ann Arbor.
May 17 -Michigan State, Ann
Arbor.
May 18- Western State, Ann
Arbor.
May 23-25 -Big Ten Tourna-
ment, Chicago.

.Bated f0r Lamanske in eighth.
Johnstone is hoping to pick a %:Ran for Phelps in eighth.
doubles team from the showing of Detroit .103 103 000-8
his doubles players in tonight's exhi- Broiy...........00 000-8
bition. Siegel and Kahn are pitted Brooklyn...........400 300 011-9
against Thorward and Sherwood for
the first match. Although the for-
mer pair will probably make up the W 0 E N'S
number one doubles teain, Thorward
and Sherwood have teamed to dfeatm
them before, and the match promises S P q0 R S
to be one of the most exciting on to-
night's schedule.
Anderson and Rodriguez will meet The Intramural swimming meet is
Dean and Robert Edmonds in the to be held on March 26 at the Union
other match. Eskowitz was scheduled pool. Timing can still be done Thurs-
to play, but will not be in town, so day night and Saturday morning, but
Edmonds will play in his place. that will be the last chance. All en-

At Tampa, Fla.
Toronto (IL) '....000 120 003-6 6 1
Cincinnati (N).. 010 200 010-4 5 4
Hilcher, Cozad, Wineapple and Pea-
cock, Crouch; Davis, Wistert and
Erickson.

ii

At Gulfport, Miss.
Washington (A) .003 000 020-5 9 1
Albany (IL) ....010 000 100-2 8 1
Linke, Cohen and Bolton, Red-
mond; Tennant, Carithers, McComis-
key and Phillips.
At New Orleans
N. Orleans (SA)- 010 300 000-4 5 4
Cleveland (A) ..105 000 00*-6 7 1
Zuber, Cumberland, Davis and Au-
try, Fernandez; Bean, Winegarner
and George, Brenzel.
At Bradenton, Fla.
Boston (A) . . . .102 250 220-14 18 1
St. Louis (N) . .001 000 000- 1 9 3
W. Ferrell, Ostermueller and R.
Ferrell, Smith; Haines, Heusser,
Vance and Delancey, Davis.
Torchy Peden, world's cycling
champion, eats nine times a day. Each
day he consumes one gallon of raw
milk, half pound raw turnips, half
pound raw carrots, four to five pounds
chopped sirloin steak, yolks of twenty
raw eggs, one pound raisins, loaf of
bread and a pound of cooked rice.

and Milton Eskowitz would be regu-
lars on the squad.
There are as yet too many uncer-
tainties surrounding play thus far
this year to enable Coach Johnstone
to pick the remainder of his team
with any assurance. There are still
some tryouts for the team to be held,
but the principle difficulty is that the

Frosh Nine To Get
No Indoor Practice
Due to the large number of Var-
sity baseball candidates working out
in Yost Field House there will be no
indoor freshman baseball practice
this spring.
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan will make
the first call for the yearling squad
immediately after spring vacation,
when, weather permitting, practice
will be started at once on the frosh
diamonds.
Hopes for a good freshman squad
are fairly bright, according to reports,
but nothing definite will be known
until the squad has been seen in ac-
tion.
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trants must be timed in order that
the heats may be accurately assigned.
The Houses who are to practice on
Thursday are Collegiate Sorosis, In-
dependents and Jordan.
The winner of the badminton tour-
nament is Louise Paine, '36Ed. She
defeated Louise Lockman, '37, in the
final round after previous victories
over a large field.
The advanced fencing class will
meet at 3:15 today at Barbour Gym.
Dr. George May will coach the class
which is open only to those who par-
ticipated last semester.

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