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Intramural Items
The Intramural department has set
aside definite periods on Monday
night, during which the fraternities
that have entered the foul shooting
contest will have an opportunity to
pick their best goal thrower to repre-
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ternities owning their own basket-
balls, use them if possible, and that
they come exactly at the time set for
them and limit their tryouts to 25 shots.
This will help relieve the congestion
which under such a schedule is apt
to prevail. For the purpose of tlari-
'ty the baskets are numbered 1, 2, 3,1
and 4 beginning at the east end, so
that each group as it appears on the
floor may precede without confusion
to the basket set apart for its use.
The successful representative of each
group must be entered in the Intra-
mural office on Thursday. The sched-
ule for fraternity tryouts for foul
shooting contest is as follows: 8 to
8:30 o'clock, North, Kappa Beta Psi,
D K E, Trigon, Phi Sigma Kappa;
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Michigan Athletes go to Evanston
Next Sat. and to Ithaca the t
Following Week ,
CORNELL HAS SQUAD WHICH,
RIVALS ILLINOIS RUNNERS;
Michigal's track Jteam faces the.
two big indoor meets this month that
will either make or break it. The Con-,
ference indoor championship meet,
scheduled at Evanston for a week
from today, will find the Wolverine
tracksters battling with the best ath-
letes in the mid-west, while on the
Saturday following, Coi'ell's track
team, admitted by critics to be the,
most powerful aggregation on the At-
lantic seaboard, will furnish Farrell's
men with an abundance of competition
at Ithaca. Just how well the Wolver-
ines perform in these two recognized
classics will have more than a little
influence on the general rating that
will be accorded the squad as a whole
this season.
Michigan's chance of winning the
Conference indoor championship next
week are almost negative. On the basis
of their performance in the relay carn-
ival last week the Wolverines would
not even be considered as having the
slightest possibilities at Evanston,'
but after all, the Illinois affair found
the squad in bad straits and decidedly
off color. Michigan has some excellent
performers, and although the team can
rntbe :expected to best the Illinois
"wonder team" i the fight for prem-
ier honors, it is hoped that it will be
second to the Urbanites only.
Prospects Against Cornell Dim
Prospects for' the Cornell meet are
not of the brightest. Thus far this
season Cornell's track team has been
sweeping everything that has come
before it. Several weeks ago the Itha-
cans won a triangle meet from Har-
yard and Dartmouth, both. of whom
boast of their track prowess, after
a hotly contested fight, turning in-
quite a creditable performance. Last
week the Red and White athletes
again asserted their ability by trim-
ming Penn State, romping away with
the meet with the overwhelming 73, 1-2
to 30 1-2 score. The Cornell track-
sters have been showing class in their
meets with representative eastern

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teams this season that compares most
favorably with that displayed by the
Illini luminaries.
Record smashing seems to be the
strong forte of the eastern athletes.
Though early in the season, several of
the New York Staters have already
clipped off some time from several old-
time records. The Cornell team is es-
pecially powerful in the running
events, and but average in the field.
Considered as a whole, the team has
all appearances of being a well-bal-
anted aggregation, capable of offering
keen: competition for almost any ,col-
lege outfit.
Michigan has its work cut out. Much
of the Wolverine chances depends upon
the way the men take to their work
during the next few weeks.
Trials on Monday
Trials for the Varsity track team to
go to the Conference indoor meet at
Evanston will he held Monday after-
noon in the gym. The events to be
settled then will be the 50 yard dash,
half mile, mile, two mile, and 440 yard
dlash.
Captain Simmoi~s, Burke, Harvie,
and Kelly will contend for the hon-
ors in the 50 yard dash. In the half
mile Gibson, Hattendorf, Douglas, Ey-
erett, Dunklin, Morton, and Price will
fight for the places. The milers are
Standish, Arndt, VandeVisse, Cochran,
and Rearick. In the two mile Davis,
Penberthy, Chute, and Whittemore are
the hopefuls. Lewis, a member of the
"quarter mile squad of last year, who
was temporarily held out of competi-
tion by a technicality in the eligibil-
ity rules is once more eligible and will
take part in the 440 yard dash trials.
He is incidently an "All-A" man. The
other quarter milers are Thomas, Sie-
mans, Rankin, Joyner, Walter, Chubb,
and Davis.
These trials are the last of the in-
door season. The ;men will stand or
fall by their showings Monday. The
number of men to be taken to Evans-
ton next Saturday and to Cornell a
weel later will depend upon the show-
ing in these trials. It is probable that
five quarter milers will be taken, and
three or less in the other events.
Coach Farrell is having a small cin-
der straight-away track built beside
Waterman gym. He is leaving no stone
unturned, to have his dash men in the
best of shape for the Conference meet.
The track at Evanston is built of'dirt
and spiked shoes are used. The men
were not accustomed to spikes when
they went to the Illinois relay carni-
val, but they will feel at home in. them
when they get to Evanston.
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