JUNE 4, 1937
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Have 737 Points
As Season Ends
Duplicate Medals Will Be
Awarded By k hM Director
For First Time
By E. R. GILMAN
For the first time in the history of
the Intramural Independent cham-
pionship competition, the final totals
this year show that two teams, the
Wolverines and the D.D. squad, tied
for the title.
Each of the two team scored ex-
actly the same number of points-
773. Next in line came the Foresters
who tallied 706 counters and follow-
ing through are the Pent House ath-
letes with 645 and the Jay Hawk
Medals Are Problem
Karl Riskey, in charge of the in-
tramural activities now faces the
problem of handing out duplicate
medals for the first time in the team
com~petitions. Medals will go to th r
follwing D.D. members if they can
obtain one of the fifteen allotted
before some one of the other 40-odd
members who have competed for the
squa.d during the year beats them to
the awards: Leon Dardas, Deisen -
hotf, Al Guenther, Bob Kunitz, Al
Meloy, John Raskin, Wilbur Spitzer,
Len Stern, and Ed. Wisenhoff. Inci-
dentally, no one knows just what D.D.
Those. men on the Wolverine team
who will get gold pendants are: John
Abrams, Joe Brown, Bassett, Bill
Billinger, Bob Brown, George Carl,
Bob Dimler, Don Elson, Fesher, Per-
rar and Hoover. These men derive
their team name fiom the Wolverine
cooperative on State Street.
Major league managers who finish
out of the money or who have to
take part in play-offs have nothing
to holler about as far as the managers
of the two tying teams are concerned.
Both managers have several quirks of
fate to lament about, according to
Remembers Only Two
John Scheibe, '37, who managed
things for the Wolverines this past
year, said last night that there were
two accidents which kept his team
from scoring a walk-away. The most
disheartening, he says, was when
their star hand ball player had to
take a law final during the cham-
pionship competitions. Then there
was the time when all the breaks
went against the Wolves during the
third-division softball game against
Robert Kunitz, '37Ed., who directed
and pulled the strings for the D.D.
boys, also had some quirks to bemoan.
"We had three bad breaks," he sried,
"in handball, softball and horseshoes.
Once when we were playing the Span-
ish Athletes in softball, it turned out
our pitcher had pitched in what he
had thought was a practice game for
another team and so he was inelig-
ible. Then it turned out that some-
one complained that the fellow who
won in handball for us was a faculty
member when he really was not. I
don't know just what happened in
Still Under Suspension-Without Pay
First Individual Huge Sup lyOf Sorts Regalia
Trophyls Given Is Stored In Yost Field House'
Tro Paul Keller
By DAVID I. ZEITLIN Most Beautiful Co-eds" getting all
If flood, fire, or any other disaster dolled up in the grid uniforms of
swept Ann Arbor, and deprived every- Captain Joe Rinaldi, and his mates.
But, on second thought, that wouldn't
Fred Burdick Is Second
A- (harles Evans Gel
G67 Points For Third
By PHIL NEWMAN
iassing a total of 899 points, 29
r'ui e than his nearest rival, Paul
Keller. '40, Grosse Pte., Mich., took
the Intramural department's indivi-
dual scoring crown and received the'
Michigan Daily Individual Perform-I
ance Cup as the most outstanding
non-Varsity athlete on the campus.
Second place in individual per-*
Li mance went to Fred Burdick, '38E,
Midland, Mich., who garnered 870
points. The third place man, Charles
Evans, '39E, Titusville, Pa., was over
200 points behind second place with
a total of 667.
Director Earl Riskey of the I-M de-
partment announced the awards
after compilation of scores in every
one of the I-M events and included
well over 2,000 participants.
Keller, Burdick and Evans all par-
icipated in the Interfraternity league,
Keller being with .Psi Upsilon, Bur-
dick, Theta Xi, and Evans, another
The Daily Cup which will be pre-
-ented by Irvin Lisagor, Daily Sports
one in town of his wearing apparel,
the students of the University, and
the citizens of the town would not
have to worry, IF-the field house
cescaped the catastrophe, and if the
students and citizens didn't mind
wearing sports uniforms. Probably
there wouldn't be enough to go
around, but lodged in the equipment
room of Yost Field House is an
amount of sports regalia which is in-
teresting to consider.
Six hundred of the enforced nudists
eculd sneak down to the field house
and promptly be fitted with select
grained, cleated football shoes. Then
approximately 100 unclads could be
fitted with spiked baseball shoes, and
250 more could have their choice of
track sandals. A select group of
about 25, probably those suffering
with some kind of foot ailment could
be given those ultra-soft calf-skin
shoes worn by the basketballers.
Think Of The Confusion
Moving inward from the shoe to
the sock, we find that the University
is the purchaser of about four gross
of sweat socks annually and that
there might be some left over from
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be so bad, for Joe frequently wore
a pair of satin trousers during the
5 pring drills. But Michigan has
more than 350 complete football uni-
forms, and has 30 large heavy sheep-
skin overcoats for the thin-blooded
and shivering victims.
Have A Complete Line
There are 150 hooded jackets of
gray cotton which are of double
thickness, and which bear a special
decoration which lets one and all
know just to whom they belong. The
equipment room also contains 500
sweat suits of the same color, tex-
ture, and decoration as the hoods
For those fussy folk who like to
wear under clothes, the field house
equipment room contains large quan-
tities of "shirts and shorts" and also
hats and other articles to make one
and all content.
-Give To The Student Book Fund-
As erroneously reported in The
Daily yesterday, Lambda Chi Al-
pha and not Theta Xi captured
third place in the Intramural In-
terfraternity League standings for
the year. The Lambda Chi's total
was 1227 thus dropping Theta Xi
down to the fourth position and
consequently moving the rest of
the teams down a notch.
CAPS and GOWNS
Gowns and Hoods
for All Degrees
on South University Ave.
Jerome "Dizzy" Dean, stormy petrel of the National League for
the past four or five years since he first made his dramatic entry as a
nwniber of the St. Louis Cardinals and a perennial salary holdout, is
shown at Brooklyn as he watched the Card-Dodger game from the
stands in his new guise as the ball player without a.sleague. The self-
styled "greatest pitcher in either of the major leagues" has been indefi-
_.itely suspended since Wednesday by Ford Frick, president of the
National League, for impertinently mouthing too many "Deanisms."
Frick claims that the eccentric Cardinal mound ace has been sus-
perded, if necessary for life, because his so-called acts amounted to
"conduct dertimental to the best interests of baseball." He added that
his action was due to no specific instance but to an accumulation of
indiscretions. Dean had a two-hour conference yesterday with Frick
and Frankie Frisch, Cardinal manager, but he refused to recant.
To Fight; Gets
Fined_$1,000 &e: THlE
NEW YORK, June 3.-(M)-Heavy- PA L/V
weight champion James J. Braddock
was fined $1,000 and suspended in-
definitely by the New York State
athletic commission today for failing
to keep his heavyweight champion-
ship engagement with Max Schmel-
ing here tonight.
Braddock's manager, Joe Gould
drew a similar suspension and fine.
About all the disappointed Schmel-
ing got for his five trips across the
ocean, a wasted training grind and
an expenditure of something like $25,-
000 was a nice, large eight ball.
In announcing the decision in the
famous "phantom fight case," Chair-
man John J. Phelan said he also was
advising boxing commissions in states
with which New York is affiliated,
that any boxer who meets Braddock
before the champ defends his title
against Schmeling will be suspended.
This was a direct shot at the sched-
uled June 22 Chicago battle between
Braddock and the Brown Bombing
Joe Louis of Detroit for which both
men are now in training.
Editor, will be given each year to past years, so nearly 1,000 people
the person receiving the highest num- would not have to worry about cold
ber of points in I-M competition. feet.
-- - ---But confusion would surely break
NO COMPARISON HERE forth when the panic-stricken people
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