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working hard with
k proteges in pre-
al telegraphic meet
Saturday, the first
igan. Never before
history of the Uni-
been held without
ent, and naturally
eing centered upon
t. Upon its suc-
iture here.
cults at Once
lch is used in hold-
meet is indeed un-
1 is allowed to en-
n each of the events
times of the first
and instead of wir-
>on aS the event is
e held over and sent
the outcome of the
wn until an hour or
ually been finished.

It is expected that the results from
Illinois will reach the receiving sta-
tion here at 5:30 o'clock in the after-
Presents Perplexing Question
By far the most perplexing ques-
tion that Coach Hahn must decide in
regards to these telegraphic meets is
whether ,or not the men on the team
will show up to best advantage with,
no other visible competitors than their
own team mates. There is a great deal
of psychology connected to this ques-
tion and the actual test in Saturday's
meet will bear more than a little atten-
tion. It has aften been contended that
athletes perform to best advantage
when under the strain of hard com-
petition. Their nerves are keyed up
to a high -pitch and they are on edge
for whatever demands of strength for
which they may be called upon. With-
out a visible opponent, some trainers
claim that the men do not benefit by
this added impetus which hard com-'
petition offers. Conclusions should be
forthcoming on Sunday morning.
Coach Hahn has not as yet definite-
ly chosen a team which will compete
-on Saturday. Trials have been held
difring the week and the list of men to
enter will undoubtedly be out by Fri-
Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv.

Sigma Nu fraternity won the inter-1
fraternity indoor track meet held at.
Waterman gymnasium Tuesday night
when their respective teams garneredr
39 points in the various events of the1
meet. Delta Tau Delta fraternity wasp
runner-up in the meet with 28 points
to their credit. In a few of the events
the time of the men was exceptionally;
good whereas in others, the events
were slow.
Neisch Strongest Pointman
LeRoy Neisch was Sigma Nu's
strongest man although Isbel crowd-
ed Neisch for the honor of individual
star of the team. Neisch was tied with
Haggarty of the Delta' Kappa Epsilon
team for individual high score, each
man having ran up 12 points during
the evening. Isbel scored two first
places, recording 10 points and tying
him with Martin of the Delta Tau
Delta team for second high honors. Is-
bel's strength was his running ability
and he copped first place in both the
mile and 880 yard runs. In both, he
was crowded for the lead during most'
of the race but displayed but little
trouble in sprinting out in the lead
on the "home stretches."
Haggerty Wins Hurdles
Some upsets in advance dope were
shown' when Haggerty of the Delta
Kappa Epsilon copped first places in
both the high and low '65-yard hurdles.
He also took third place in the run-
ning broad jump.
In the tug-of-war event, the Beta
Theta Pi fraternity presented a well
balanced team and their antics in
their contests with other teams were
very interesting to the spectators. In
their three contests, they took but a
few seconds to bewilder their oppon-
ents and'pull them over the line. In
their last contest, they opposed the
Phi Kappa Psi team and won the
match in very short time.-
The time of the vaAous events and
the men who placed in same are: 50-
yard dash, Martin (Delta Tau Delta),
first; Samuels (Phi Sigma Delta), sec-
ond; Dando (Chi Phi),third; Gregory
(Delta Chi), fourth. Time, 5 4-5 sec-
High hurdles: Haggerty (Delta
Kappa Epsilon), first; Higgins (Delta,
Tau Delta), second; Neisch (Sigma
Nu), third; Holden (Phi Kappa Psi)',
fourth. Time, 9 4-5 seconds.
Low hurdles: Haggerty (D. K. E.),

Sigma Nu Wins Intefraternity ,Track
Mfeet With Delta Tau 's Runners-Up

first; Higgins (Delta Tau Delta), sec-
ond; Davis (Sigma Nu), third; Fos-
ter (Sinfonia), fourth. Time, 8 2-5
Mile run: Isbel (Sigma Nu), first;
Marston (Psi Upsilon), second; Flick
(Phi Kappa Sigma), third; Neely (Al-
pha Chi Rho), fourth. Time, 4:49
3-5 seconds.
440 yard run: Martin (Delta Tau
Delta), first; Maloney (Sigma Nu),
second; Tracy (Phi Kappa Sigma),
third; Dunakin (Psi Upsilon), fourth.
Time, :55 1-5 seconds.
880 yard run: Isbel (Sigma Nu),
firs; Marsh (Kappa Beta Psi), ,sec-
ond; McGregor (Delta Tau Delta),
third; Simpson (Delta Chi), fourth.
Time, 2:3 4-5 seconds.
High jump: Neisch (Sigma N),
first; Gunn (Chi Phi), second; Rob-
ertson (Delta Tau Delta), third;
Gregory (Delta Chi), fourth. Height,
5 feet 7 iiches.'
Shot put: Davis (Sigma Nu), first;
Hines; (Acacia), second; Neisch (Sig-
ma Nu), third; Rankin (Chi Phi),
fourth. Distance, 37 feet 8 1-2 inches.
Running broad jump: Michaels
(Uhi Delta Theta), first; Neisch (Sig-
ma Nu), second; Haggerty (Delta
Kappa Epsilon), third; Davis (Sig-
ma Nu), fourth. Distance, 20 feet
5 inches.
Tug-of-war: " Beta Theta Pi, first;
Phi Sigma Delta, second; Phi Kappa
Psi, third; Sigma Nu, fourth.
Medley relay: Sigma Nu, first; Del:
ta Tau Delta, second; Sigma Phi Ep-
silon, third; Delta Chi, fourth. Time,
3:52 2-5 seconds.
The total number of points won by
each team that scored was: Sigma
Nu, 39; Delta Tau Delta, 28; Delta
Kappa Epsilon, 12; Phi Delta'Theta,
7; Chi Phi, 6; Phi Sigma Delta, 6;
Delta Chi, 5; Beta Theta Pi, 5; Psi
Upsilon, 4; Phi Sigma Kappa, 4; Phi
Kappa Pai, 3; Acacia, 3; Alpha Chi
Rho, 1; Sinfonia, 1.
Dr. James R. Angell, president of
Yale university, will sp'eak to Univer-
,sity of Michigan club of Detroit, at
12:15 o'clock today in the Cadillac
hotel. Dr. Angell and Yale alumni
of Detroit, will be guests of the club
at lunch.



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Intramural Items
The schedule for the class basket-
ball league for Thursday, March 16,
is as follows: at 6:45 on court 1,
Soph Lits; on court 2, Senior Eng.;
on court 3, Soph Dents; on court 4,
Soph Medics. The opponents of these
teams will be the winners of the
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WolverlIne Forwai'd Leads Al But
Carney in Scoring High
"Bill" Miller, stellar Wolverine for-
ward, in the final official figuring of
the Big Ten basketball season has
blazed his way into second place in
the Conference for scoring honors.
Miller with a grand total for the year
of 139 points is headed only by Cap-
tain Carney, of Illinois. In achieving
his record as second point man in the
Conference Miller had to pass two
dangerous rivals in Shimek, of Iowa.
and Taylor, of Wisconsin. Shortly be-
fore the close of the season Miller was
trailing his Havskeye rival but his
wonderful playing in the final two
games gace him a substantial lead
over the blond haired Hawkeye guard.
Insures All-Conference Berth
Miller's achievement in placing sec-
ond in the scoring column practically
insures him of the place of All-Con-
ference forward foe' his only danger-
ous rivals for the position are trailing
the Wolverine in the number of count-
ers hung up for the year. Miller has
another season to play and with the
graduation of Carney, of Illinois, he
will remain to open next year as the
high point man in the Big Ten.
Following is the table showing av-
erage scoring of the high men in the
Player, Gms Bkts F.T. Tot.. Av.
Carney«......12 48 77 173 14.416
Miller......,.11 34 71 139 12.636
Shimek......11 39 55 133 12.090
Taylor......-11 38 56 132 12.000
Ely ..........123 39 23 101 8.416
Gullion....... 9 36 12 84 8.333
Greenspun ...12 11 69 91 7.583
McKenzie ....12 25 41 91 7.583
Dudley .......12 41 38 90 7.500
Severinsoh ...12 23 37 83 6.916
Wolverines second in Points
Total figures compiled for the year
show that Michigan's basketball team
ended the year with one of the best
comparative records in the Big Ten.
Mather's mentook second honors in
the number of total points scored with
288 as against 343 for Illinois who
showed the way to the other tossers in
the total number of points amassed for
the year. Ohio State with 284 came
in a close third for scoring honors,
while the Badgers took fourth place
with a grand total of 279. *The cham-
pion Boilermakers came in fifth with
265 counters.
Never before has a Wolverine team
finished so high in the total scoring
columns as in previous years the
Michigan teams have never been able
to perfect their offensive work to
mratch the defensive tactics for which
Mather's teams have long been fam-
Michigan's defensive record, bearing
out the reputation it has gained in
previous years, is second only to that
of the Purdue five who played three
less games than did the Wolverines.
Purdue had 185 points scored against

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