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.... ..S.... . .MARCH. . 1.... ..... .T.... M...C.....A N...DA IL Y..



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Annual Exhibition
Attracts illIi
Array Of Athletes

Twenty Men
Selected For
Butler Relays

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lI Five Freshmen

'The HOT

Wolverines Will
Team Title For



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A r e Awarded
Puck Numerals
Five freshmen hockey players were
awarded numerals yesterday as Coach
Eddie Lowrey, ready to leave town in
a day or so, stopped long enough to'
predict that next year's Wolverine
puck team will be one of the strongest
in the history of the school.


Frosh Trackinen Beat Badgers
Ken Doherty's treshman trackmen quarter-mile run but in return leJ
annexed their second postal track the Wolverines scoreless in the hig
meet by downing the first year men hurdles. Towle of Wisconsin neg<
of the University of Wisconsin 5 to tiated the two-mile in 9 minutes,2
48. seconds, faster than the winning tint
High scoring honors for the meet for the distance at the Conferenc
went to Bill Watson of Michigan who meet.
took firsts in the shot put and the The next opponent for the fresh
broad jump and tied for second in men will be Indiana who will end the
the high jump to total twelve points. telegraphic campaign for the yea
Mehl led the Badger yearlings with The events will be run off at the Fiel
firsts in the mile and two-mile for House Thursday afternoon afti
a total of ten points. which freshman numerals awards wI
Wisconsin suffered a shutout in the be announced.

Consecutive Year
Coach Chuck Hoyt yesterday an-

"NO, we didn't mind losing the
meet," Matt Mann was saying,
forgetting we saw him Sunday
morning and that the long faces of
he and his squad gave the lie to that

Chi Psi's Triumph
Dekes To Captutree
'A' Title


New Cage Captain

S.A.E. Five Wins I
Class 'B' Crown


Grapplers Almost
To Capture Class

nounced that a 20-man squad will statement then. "It was a good thing Bill Wood, Detroit; Fred Rhein-'
represent Michigan at the Butler Re- for us. I was glad it happened." heimer, Bronxville, N. Y.; George
lays this week-end where for the sec- Yes es we knew. What he meant Cooke, Walkerville, Ont.; Ted Ling,
ond successive week the Wolverines that a licking is healthy for any St. Johnsbury, Vt.; and John Dux-
will be seeking to win a title for the team that has been on top as long as bury, Scarsdale, N. Y. were the year-
third straight year. his has, and that he would be back ling skaters named to receive awards.
Included on the list are Bob Os- in there as never before next year. Cooke, a flashy skater and compe-
good and Ben Starr, but Hoyt stated Further, he meant that he hadn't tent stick handler will probably fill
that if their injuries of last week show decided against competing in the a post on Michigan's second forward
signs of possibly being aggregated by nationals this year. line next season while Wood will be a
competition this week they will not I good second to Irwin Shalek as a net
be entered. Osgood has been both- That was right, how about the minder.
ered by a tight leg muscle while Starr Inaionass Monty Welch, whose play in the
was spiked in the heel at the Con- Well, that all depends." interfraternity league earned him
ference meet last Friday. Not that we questioned that na- what would have been the sixth fresh-
Change In Relay Team tional meets often did depend, but man award, was declared ineligible.
we asked him to go on, what are the__
A slight change in the make-up of chancesGED
the mile relay team has been made, GESOT bad at all. Because you can G ig secn sCALLED
Steve Mason running in place of Fred NO baatl.BeusyocnI All eligible second semester
Stiles. Patton, Aikens and Birleson pretty safely figure the boys won't freshmen and first semester soph-
do anvworse than they did at Minn-.

eUa s ! JuEuai
Twenty-five hundred interested
spectators packed the Intramural
Sports building last night to watch
500 athletes compete in 21 events in
the Eighth Annual Intramural Open
The program, complete from fast
basketbal lto suberb horseshoe pitch-
ing, proved greatly to the liking of
the huge crowd that milled through
the building to get a glimpse of one
sport after another.
The three championship basketball
tilts and the Varsity-Frosh wrestling
meet, together with the swimming ex-
hibition drew the largest number of
onlookers, and a total of 100 of-
ficials was employed to handle the
evening's program.
Before an overflow crowd in the
wrestling room of the Intramural
Sports Building, the Michigan Varsity
wrestling squad defeated the fresh-
'men matmen 15-13. The winning
points were scored in the last bout
Wrestling-Varsity Squad.
Class A Basketball-Chi Psi.
Independent Basketball -- All
Class B Basketball-S.A.E.
All Campus Tennis Singles-Al.
All Campus Codeball-Bruce
Dart Baseball-Forestry 'A.'
Fencing--J. Briner.
Volleyball-Chinese Students.
when Tiny Wright gained a 1:15 time
advantage over Forrest Jordan to
bring victory to the Varsity.
Two falls were scored in the match
and both were registered by the year-
lings. In the 155-pound class Har-
lan Danner pinned Arnold Gross with
a double bar arm after 2:05 of fast
grappling. Frank Morgan threw Bill
Lowell with the same hold in 1:35 in
the 165-pound division.
Chi Psi fraternity reigned supreme
in the Class "A" fraternity basket-
ball league by defeating Delta Kap-
pa Epsilon last night, 17 to 14.
Victory came for the Chi Psi quin-
tet in the last minute of play as
Jack Palmer, who paced his team
with six points, broke the 14 all dead-
lock with a tip-in shot. A foul by
Jack Powell, Deke forward, gave Leo
McKay the opportunity to sink the
final point and ensure victory for the
Chi Psis. Going into the last quar-
ter the Deke cagers held a slight edge
of 12 to 11 but a dog shot and free
throw by John McLean, inserted into
the game in place of Ed Greenward,
put the Chi Psi five into the lead un-
til the game was tied up in the last
two minutes. Clever passing and ball
hawking enabled the champions to

will round out the mile quartet thatI
last Saturday was clocked in 3:21.0,
, .* .. the fastest time of the year.
The mile and four mile relay teams
are defendig champions at Butler
z..;."..and both are favored to repeat this
week which will mean 20 points for
Michigan if they do. Stone,rFink,
..........::. Staehle and Belsor.il.rn in
that order on the four mile team and
- should be troubled only by Indiana.
After last week's collapse of the
Hoosier distance men, however, the
Wolverine quartet stands out as one
of the best in the country.
Starr May Run
In the two mile relay Starr, Staehle,
Brelsford and Davidson will carry the
Johnny Gee, who for the past baton although the make-up may be
two seasons has so effectively looked altered before the meet, depending
after the center assignment on on Starr's condition. In the medley
the Varsity court team, was elected Stiles will lead off running the quar-
yesterday to the post of captain of ter, Gorman will follow in the half,
the 1936-37 squad. Having two O'Connell will run the three-quarters
years' experience behind him, Gee and Devine will finish with the mile.
should prove a most capable leader. Sam Stoller has been entered in
both the 60-yard dash and the broad
maintain their margin until the final jump while in the shot put Michigan
gun. will have Townsend, Fisher and
In a fast, rough game the All- White. Osgood and Hunt are en-
Stars won the Independent basketball tered in both hurdle races.
championship with a 19-16 victory
over the Physical Education team,1
defending champions. played with Sherwood and Kahn vic-
The Phys. Eds took a four point torious, 6-4, 4-6, and 6-2.
lead at the outset of the game but!
two baskets by Fowdy tied it up and Horshoes
from there on out the All-Stars main-
tained a safe lead. The score at half Bob Hitt, small fourteen-year-old
timefd tsafe d.Phsd Clutretal-youth from Plymouth thrilled a crowd
time1found the Phys. Ed Club trail- of some four hundred persons with
in the first basketball encounter his exhibition of expert horseshoe
I the evening, Sigma Alpha Epsilon pitching. With his brother hiding the
annexed the fraternity class "B,, stake in various ways, such as holding
anexednhep fyratity class "" a blanket in front of it, and lying
championship by beating Delta Sigma down befoie it, he managed to ring
Pi, 16 to 8. The latter five was about half of the shoes he pitched.
table to score only one point during Besides overcoming the hidden stake
the whole second half.n, handicap, he also had little difficulty
The S.A.E.'s were trailing 7 to 2 at in putting the shoes around the stake
half-time, but came back with a through his brother's arms, with the
spurt to rout the Delta Sigma Pi team. latter sitting on the stake and with
Hagen, Giller and Lucius made three him combining the two stances.
successive goals to open the second
half and gave their team a lead which Swimming
was maintained until the end.
The feature of the evening in the

UU ~iy V L V1(:1 ..j -omor es that are interested in try
eapolis and there is every reason to { ing out for football manager are
think they'll do better, especially the asked to report at the field house
divers, tonight at 8:00 p.m.

Then look at the meet from 4
this angle. Thirty points should
be enough to win it with three
teams piling up points. Then
start figuring what we can get.
First give us eightpoints in thef
medley relay, which isn't opti-
mistic considering their new in-
tercollegiate record. That makes
13 points. Then Frank Barnard,
in whatever event he wants to
enter, harry Riecke in the back-
stroke, and the sprint relay team
with Barnard swimming should
be able to get at least six points
between them, which makes 19
But then you come to the biggest
if of the meet. If the divers can
give us 15 points on the two boards
the meet should be reasonably simple.
They say they can, and who should
know better?
Or look at it from another angle.
Yale and Iowa will be the principle
contenders for the team title, with
Michigan, and they will be cutting
each other's throats. Also, Jack
Medica and Jimmy Gilhula and a lot
of others will be swimming for Mich-
igan, as they cut in on opposition
points without hurting us.
John Macionis of Yale, for in-
stance, will be fighting Walters of
Iowa fn the sprints. Medica and
Gilhula will be shoving Yale
down in the longer swims.
Then there's this fellow Hutler of
Harvard, who has done far better
than Walters in both sprints, and he
can take points from both Iowa and
Yale without touching the Michigan
total. Things aren't so bad.
No sir, Mr. Mann will tell any-
body, he doesn't figure his team out,
of the big meet, and we suspect a
strong reason is that he would like
to make a comeback after a defeat
in the Conference meet which he did
feel, after all.
peated twice was an exhibition of
rope spinning by Bryant (Bud) Ruth-
ven, and a series of relays between
Ypsilanti Roosevelt, State Interscho-
lastic champions in Class B, Ypsilanti
Central, Ann Arbor University High,
Ann Arbor High and Ypsilanti Central

William Bates, Varsity Manager.

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Tennis swimming pool was an exhibition off
the high-board by Dick Degener, for-
Al Schneider, former junior tennis mer Michigan star and present world
champion of Detroit, defeated John ! champion, and Ned Diefendorf and
Skiriski, Pittsburgh public parks star, Adolf Ferstenfeld of Coach Matt
in the final match of the all-campus Mann's Varsity squad.
tournament, 7-5, 10-8, Schneider, a Also on the program, which was re-1
medical student, won through his -
greater experience and a superior
backhand, although in both sets Skir-
iski, a freshman, came from behind
to tie up the set only to lose in the
extra games.
Four members of Michigan's Var-
sity tennis team put on a doubles ex-
hibition as part of the Intramural
Open House last night. Dean and
Flick paired off against Sherwood and
Capt. Kahn. Three fast sets were

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