FRIDY, iPRIL , 1918
T Il MICHIGAN DAIL
Trophy Showing Promises
Frenzied Dash Enlistments
The foot and a half high trophy to be awarded to the organiza-
tion winning the all-campus 100 yard dash contest will go on dis-
play today in the window of a local State Street bookstore.
The award will go to the fraterfnity, dormitory, or independent
house gaining the highest point total in the big affair.
But don't forget, there's going to be twelve medals awarded
too, so even if you're not connected with any organization enter
anyway--who knows, you may be wearing an "M" sweater some
The list of entrants was still growing yesterday with at least'
four fraternities indicating that they would enter full twelve man'
Even the Daily staff, starring fleet-footed Dick Kraus, its
Sports Editor, will be in the running for the trophy.
Next Wednesday is the big day and who knows, you may be
walking (or should I say running) home with a beautiful medal and a
trophy for your mantlepiece.
All you have to do to enter pis call 8109 or sign up at the I-M
'M' Nine Faces Hawkeyes Today
THEY'RE INSIDE OUT:
iUp-State Preps Performt Here
On Golf Squad
The freshmen golf squad
jumped into action this week with
candidates taking to the links
under the watchful eye of Coach
Bert Katzenmeyer ,and a bucket-
ful of April's showers.
Bob Olson is the leading pros-
pect so far boasting a qualifying
round of 74, among a group of
rookie linksters whom Coach Kat-
zenmeyer expects will add much
to Michigan's hopes for future
champions. Others ticketed for
success in Coach Katzenmeyer's
estimation are Bill Nemic, John
Goode, Ted Haner, George Walk,
Babe Mattson, and Bill Raymond.
Most of the candidates have
finished their first round, and
the ten men to make up the fresh-
men team will be chosen this
week end. During the season they
will engage each other in ladder
play in which one man challenges
the man in the position above him,
and if the former wins, moves up
a notch. There will also be a
match between the freshmen and
The turnout has been tremen-
dous, and the first-year men will
get plenty of action as they vie
with each other for better posi-
tions on the team and a possible
birth on the varsity.
Doleio Hurl for Michigan
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After having their home open-
er against Western Michigan
rained out Tuesday, Michigan's
baseball team takes to the road
again, this time journeying to
Iowa City, where they will meet
the Iowa squad today in the first
game of a weekend series.
Coach Ray Fisher named a 17-
man squad to make the long jaunt
west. It included five infielders,
four outfielders, three catchers
and four pitchers.
Fisher indicated that he
would use the same lineup that
saw action down South. Bump
Elliott will lead off and play
center field, followed by left
fielder Ralph Morrison, third
baseman Ted Kobrin and right
fielder Jack Weisenburger.
Howard Wikel, the team's lead-
ing hitter, will bat behind the
cleanup man and play shortstop.
Dom Tomasi is hitting sixth"and
playing second base. After him in
the batting order are first basem#i
Hal Morrill and either Bob Chap-
puis or Hal Raymond catching.
Art Dole will be Michigan's start-
ing pitcher for today's game and
either Ed lTeikkinen or "Bud"
Rankin for tomorrow.
Also making the trip are Dick
BodycomA, first baseman, Wil-
lard Baker, utility infielder, Paul
Vieth, utility outfielder, Walt
Hancock catcher and pitcher Pci.
Iowa will present a more sea-
soned line up than the Wolver-
ines, as they have had the ad-
vantage of four mork gamies
than has Michigan and have
played five at home. Their rec-
Fonville Aims at
Outdoor Shot Mark
Michigan's leading Olympic
hopeful and world's record holder
in the shot put indoors will get his
first taste of outdoor competition
Saturday at the Kansas Relays.
The Wolverine ace will be the
only Michigan entrant at the big
affair at Lawrence Kansas which
will ring up the curtain on the
1948 outdoor season.
Charlie's first task will be to es-
tablish a new American outdoor
record. The mark of 55 feet 103/8
inches is now held by Elmer Hack-
ney of Kansas.
Coach Ken Doherty indicated
that it is highly probable that
Fonville will set the new mark
this week and proceed to shoot at
the world's mark of 57 feet 1 inch.
DETROIT, April 15-A)-
Two University of Michigan
wrestlers will take part in pre-
liminary bouts of the Olympic
Wrestling Tryouts here Friday.
Bob Betzig, Wolverine mat
captain, is an entry in the 160
pound class and Jim Smith,
Big Nine Champion, will vie in
the 136 class.
The boutssare to be staged at
8 p.m. Friday in the downtown
ord is seven wins against only
three losses, as compared with
Michigan's four victories in six
The Hawkeyes boast wins over
Louisana Tech, Arkansas Teach-
ers, Arkansas State, Washington,
Bradley and Luther. Losses were
inflicted by Arkansas Teachers,
Louisiana Tech and Bradley.
As a team, Iowa has a batting
average of .287. The leading in-
dividual is Bob Smith, left field-
er, who is rapping the ball at a
very healthy .409 clip. Catcher
captain Lyle Ebner is in second
place with .375; followed by John
Tedore, right fielder at .275; first
sacker Pete Everett at .269 and
Dale Erickson, centerfielder with
Al DiMarco and Jack Bruner
are the leading pitchers, each with
a 3-1 record. Bruner has pitched
29 innings, allowing six runs and
16 hits, while DiMarco's record is
seven runs and 22 hits in 27 inn-
Anschuluss D. Bundwarmer has
bought an 'Ensian.
Set To Play
(Special to IDaily)
Bob Mann and Len Ford, star
ends on Michigan's national
championship football squad of
last year, will both play profes-
sional football next fall.
Mann, the pass catching spe-
cialist, said last night that he ex-
pects to sign a contract with the
Detroit Lions in the very near fu-
ture, possibly today; while the
Los Angeles Dons announced that
Ford, a great defensive star, has
accepted their terms.
Varsity End Three Years
Ford is six feet, five inches tall
and weighs 220 pounds. He played
as defensive end for Michigan for
the past three seasons. In the last
Rose Bowl Game, he carried 'the
ball twice on end around plays to
gain 21 yards in Michigan's 49-0
triumph over University of South-
Reports to California
Ford will report July 14 when
the Dons open training at Ven-
tura, Calif. He lives in Wash-
Bo McMillin, Coach and Gen-
eral Manager of the Detroit Lions,
said today he was "surprised and
a little disappointed" that the
Michigan end had signed with an-
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Strangely enough, I his Satur-
day's River 1Rouge rMeet, the,
world's largest indoor tra('k imeet
to be held in one day, is actually
the beginning of the outdoor sea-
son for Michigan high schools.
The purpose of the meet is to
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this event have tried to allow
each coach to enter as many
men as possible. However, due
to enthusiastic response, limits
and standards have had to be
set for the entrants.
The University, in holding this
meet, is doing so purely as a serv-
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Coach Ken Doherty pointed out
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As in the past team trophies
will be awarded in each class to
the winner and' runner-up and
also to the winners of the 880 yd.
relay and the medley relay.
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i 1943: Saginaw Arthur HllI-
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special medal given to the best
performer in the meet.
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