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MICHI6AN IN TIE
FOR TIDPLACE
Victory Over Purdue Places Varsity
on Even Terms with Illini
and Badgers
LEADERS IN UNSETTLED RACE
WILL BE DECIDED NEXT WEEK

Conference Standings

won
Illinois.............7
Indiana .............. 6
Michigan............ 6
Purdue ............6
Wisconsin..........6
Minnesota............5
Iowa............... 5
Chicago.............5
Ohio State...........2
Northwestern......... 1

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CAMPUS MAT MEN
TO MEET MONDAY
With the report from the officials
in charge of the Conference wrestl-
ing tournament that eight of the ten
Big Ten schools have entered teams,
there comes an added interest in the
mat game on the part of the students
at Michigan because of the campus
wrestling tournament to be held in
Waterman gymnasium in two weeks.
Entrance lists have been posted in
the wrestling room at the gymnas-
ium, and all of those interested are
urged to sign at once. There will be
the usual four classes: lightweight,
welterweight, middleweight, and heavy-
weight.
There are no eligibility rules for the
tournament, all students on the cam-
pus being free to enter.
Three coaches have been secured for
the work of instruction, and one of
the three will be in the wrestling
room every afternoon in the week
from 4 o'clock On. Smith, who won the
Conference 3iddleweight champion-
ship last year while representing Neb-
raska, will coach Tuesday and Wed-
nesday; Joe Planck, who has been both
middle and heavyweight champion of
the campus, Thursday, and Haller, a
former member of the Cornell wrestl-
ing team, and last year winner of the
campus middleweight title is down for
Monday and Friday afternoons.

FARRELL PICKIN6
Showing of Cinder Men in Trials to
Determine Size of Team Which
Goes -to Urbana
POLE VAULT AND DASHES ARE
WOLVERINES STRONG EVENTS
Preparation for the relay carnival
has become more intense as the work
has progressed and Steve is bending
every. effort to get together a squad
which will rank with the best in the
meet at Urbana on Saturday. The
number of men that will make the
trip will depend entirely on the show-
ing which the men make in the trials
during the week. Every man that
shows to advantage is assured of a.
place with the squad. Steve, how-
ever, is not entirely satisfied with the
work of his squad.
Yesterday afternoon, the coach ran
his milers though a series of time
trials. Steve wanted to get a line on
the men which might be considered
for a four mile relay team should it
be decided -to take such a team to the
carnival. It will be definitely decided
Thursday whether or not Steve will
take a four mile team. In the trials
yesterday eight men covered the dist-
ance, finishing in the following order.,

Denton, Standish, Lukins, Everett,
Penberthy, Whittemore, Chufte, and
Reed.
New Men in 440
This afternoon the quarter milers
will get under way and upon their
showing depends the entry of a Mich-
igan team in the mile relay. It need
not be kept a secret that Steve is not
at all satisfied with his quarter mil-
ers. Steve is going to inject some new
blood into the ranks of the quarter
milers. Burkholder and Burns are
to be added to the 440 squad. Cap--
tain Butler is the one man who has
been clipping off the distance in rec-
ord time. Although it is not yet cer-
tain just whom the coach ,will put
through the trials this afternoon, the
following men are sure of running:
Butler, Wheeler, Wetzel, Lewis,
Thomas, and the two new men, Burk-
holder and Burns.
The only relay team which is cer-
tain of making the Urbana trip is the
two mile "squad. This quintet has
been doing well and their entry is as-
sured. This team= in all probability
will consist of Burkholder, Burns,
Douglas, and Butler.
For the individual events, the coach
will carry as many men as he thinks
will have a chance. Others may also
be carried for the purpose of getting
some experience. The special events
in which it is likely that Michigan
men will be entered are the 75 yard
dash, 75 yard low and high hurdles,
pole vault, high jump, broad jump,

and shot put.
In order to determine who shall
compete in the dash, trial heats will
be run this afternoon. JLosch, Kelly,
and Simmons will go through several
60 yard heats. For the hurdles, Mich-
igars only possible entries lie in
Cruikshank and Sargent. These men
may, be taken if Steve feels they may
be used to advantage.
Wesbrook in Two Events
At the present timne, the sole entry
in the pole vault seems to be Wes-
brook. He has been clearing the bar
around the 12 foot mark and he will
undoubtedly make the trip to Urbana.
Wesbrook also will be an entrant in
the broad jump. It is probable that
Cruikshank will also take part in this
event.
For the high jump Walker is the
most likely choice should Steve decide
to enter a man. Walker needs a little
more experience and it is probable
that the coach will take him on the
trip. Stipe will be the only Varsity
weight man to take part in the shot.
As the carnival will be conducted
on a dirt traok, the men will be given
their first experience of the year off
of the boards. At the same time it
will allow Steve to get a line on his
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men for the California meet
will of course be rudl outside. F
reason it is not at all unlikely th
Michigan squad which goes to t
on Friday will be made up of a
some 15 or 18 men.
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Illinois In Lead
As a -result of Monday night
Illinois returned to first place

games
in the

BECAUSE

Big Ten, with Indiana holding second.
The Illini now have two more games
to play, of which Chicago should be
an easy win, and the other, with Mich-
igan, a toss-up. Indiana plays Pur-
due and Minnesota this week. From
the factthat the Boilermakers deci-
sively defeated the Hoosiers two
weeks ago, it can be seen that this
game will be far from easy for In-
diana to win. However, the Hoosiers
must win both of these two games to
take the Conference championship,
Of the teams now tied for third
place, Michigan, Purdue and Wisoon
sin, the latter seems to have the best
chance to win, if the leaders lose
their remaining games. The Badgers
have two relatively easy games, with
phio State and Minnesota to piay, as
compared with Michigan's games with
Ohio and Illinois, and Purdue's two
with Indiana aid Iowa. Ohi may
spring a last minute surprise on the
pTnferenee, for the team from Co1un-
bua gained prestige by holding Illi-
nois 35 to 3.
Triple Tie Possible
Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin
may end the season in a trile tie,
with eight won and four lost, it both
the Badgers and Michigan win all the
games they have to play. This im-
plies that Michigan will defeat Ii-
nois at Urbana, which will be a
mighty difficult feat, especially if
Carney is in the lineup.
Apart from the unsettled condition
of the first division, interest centers
in the comeback of the Iowa five. By
defeating Indiana two games the Hawk-
eyes virtually eliminated the Bloom-
ington team from further champion-
ship consideration.
PRINCETON GRID MEN GIVEN
INSTRUCTION IN BOXING
Princeton, N. J., March 1.-Varsity
football men at Princeton will take
boxing lessons during the rest of the
winter to keep in training until spring
practice begins. Kelley, the Tiger
boxing instructor, will have charge of
the gridiron stars and expects to
teach them the fundamentals of self
defense before the gridiron is in con-
dition for early drill.
Baseball practice in the cage on
the university field at Princeton has
been renewed since the opening of the
spring semester. Special attention is
being given the battery candidates by
the Tiger coach. Captain Fisher, star
receiver on the Princeton nine last
year, and Margetts, pitcher, will form
a powerful battery. Last year Prince-
ton was generally conceded to be the
,best college team in the East and was
the only college team which with
Michigan could lay claim to the na-
tional title by virtue of a win over
California.

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