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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TWO EVFINISHED
BY FRATERNIYRUNNERS
MILE AND TUG-OF-WAR DECIDED
THUJRSDAY
NIGHT 1
Finals of two events in the Frater-
nity track meet, the mile run and the
tug-of-war, were held Thursday night.
In the mile Cushing of Alpha .Delta
Phi came , out an easy winner, with
Reed, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, in second
place, Robinson, Delta Sigma Phi, took
third honors a short distance in the
lead of Angell, Delta Kappa Epsilon,'
who staged a sensational sprint in the
last two laps and finished fourth. Time
4:53 1-5.
Lambda Chi Alpha and Phi Sigma
Kappa pulled in the finals of the tug.
of war, the former being able to drag
their opponents a short distanee in
the desired direction in the minute's
time allowed. Trigon took third place
from Phi Delta Theta, winners of
fourth.
Events in the meet which began
Thursday evening will be continued at
8:30 o'clock Monday night. The pro-
gram calls for the attendance of all
pentathlon entries, all pole vaulters
and high jumpers, and all fraternity
relay teams, both one lap and med-
ley. In the relays the four best
teams in each race will qualify for the
finals to be run on Tuesday evening.3
Tuesday night's program will com-
plete .the meet with the order of+
events, subject to change, as follows:+
50 yard dash, preliminaries; shot put,,
finals; high jump, finals; half mile,
finals; 50 yard dash, finals; 60'yard
high hurdles, finals; 440 yard run, fin-
als; 60 yard low hurdles, semi-finals;
one lap relay, finals; 60 yard low hur-
fdles, finals; medley relay, finals.
Teet's Dining Rooms for dinner
parties. 805 E. Huron St.-Adv.

LAYTON, WORLDS CHAMPION,
TO PLAY AT UNION, AAR. 31
Johnnie Layton, world's champion
three cushion billiardist, has been se-
cured to play Al 'taylor at the Union
on Thursday, March 31. This should
attract much attention as Layton has
been playing a great game of bil-
liards this winter.
HEAVIES FEATURE
MAT TOURNAMENT

ANN ARBOR MEETS
FLINT HERE TONIGHT
Ann Arbor and Flint basketball teams
play at 7:30 o'clock tonight in Water-
man gymnasium. Flint, having won
12 victories without a defeat, is a
claimant of the state title. The Ann
Arbor five got off to a poor start due
to the loss of two star players, but
with these men back in the game Ann
Arbor has effected a comeback and
won the last five games.
Both teams are fast and clever and
a real battle is expected. Flint has a
very strong offensive team and ex-
pects to get by Ann Arbor's strong
defense. As a large crowd is expect-
ed the game will be staged at Water-
.an gymnasium instead of the high
school court. The game promises to
be a fast snappy battle.
Intramural Items

INTEREST SHOWN
IN BILLIARD GAMES
Much interest is being shown in
the class B billiard tournament which
is in progress at the Union under the
direction of Al Taylor. The ability
of all the entrants is about the same
and some close matches have been the
result. Griffith is leading at the pre-
sent time, having won five games and
lost one. One of the leading factors
of Griffith's game is his steadiness, this
coolness having won at least three of
his matches when he was compelled3
to come from behind to win.
Byrnes is in second place, with three
won and one lost., Among those who
are showing good form in the tourn-
ament is Joe Karpus, of basketball
fame. Although he has lost three
games, they have all been by hard
luck.
After the present tournament is

over Taylor plans to run an inter-
fraternity tournament. This will be
open to all fraternities on the campus,
and will of course bring forth consid-
erable rivalry among the billiard en-
thusiasts. Taylor is still giving his
talks three days a week, at 4 o'clock.
Nine Letters Given at Purdue
Nine members of the Purdue Varsity
basketball squad have been awarded
letters in recognition of their services
in the past season. The men to re-
ceive their "P's" were: Captain White,
Miller, Cofiing, Masters, Eversman,
Holwerda, Chaffee, Leverenz and Hi-
ser. Of this group Coffing is the only
senior. The rest of the men will be
back for the team next year.

MASONIC NOTICE
Every Mason on the Campus is
vited to attend the Craftsmen's Cl
Stunt Night, tonight at the Mason
Temple at 7:30 P. M.-Adv.
EASTER MILLINERY DISPLAY
Vogue Shoppe, 230 Nickel's Arcade
Adv.
Get the habit. Follow the "ones w
know" to the Chinese Garden.-Adv.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv.

WRESTLING NOTICE

Waterman gym, 4 o'clock Mon-
day:
125 pounds-De Gracia vs.
Mildner.
158 pounds - Campbell vs.
Shultz; Greenbaur vs. M. Smith.
Haller, campus middleweight cham-
pion of last year, threw Pettyjohn in
one and" a quarter minutes by the use
of a head chancery in the heavyweight
wrestling match. held yesterday after-
noon at Waterman gymnasium. It
was the shortest tussle since the start
of the tourney.
In the * 135 class, Gillard threw
Camiener in seven and three-quarters
minutes with a* double armlock. The
Leet vs. Wolfe and Brown vs. Nelson
matches were not- held, but Leet and
Brown entertained the crowd with an
exhibition match, Leet throwing his
opponent in two and a quarter min-
utes. There will be no contpsts to-
morrow, but the matches wil be re-,
sumed on Monday.
Are you going to have a party? Let
Teet's Dining Rooms serve the dinner.
-Adv.
SPECIAL 90c Chickens Dinner, Sun.
day, 12 to 2 p. m., Chinese Gardens.-
Adv.

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Finals in both the upper and lower
rounds of the interclass basketball
tournament will be played off Monday
night: In the former the junior engi-
neers meet Crawforth's 'soph lits and
in the latter the sophomore engineers
battle Merner's fresh lits. Both games
are scheduled for 7:30 o'clock.
Entries for interfraternity . volley
ball are still being received at the
Intramural office. It is planned to
start the tournament as soon as possi-
ble after the completion of the track
meet.
The names of men who qualified for
the finals of the interfraternity indoor
meet will be published in Sunday's
Daily.

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