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ETATHETA P1||N EASY TIUMPH YOSTCARING MICHIGAN
IN 1NTERFRATERNIT SWIMFINLS TE
PRESS REPORTS GIVE SPACE1
TO WOLVERINE SCHOOL
W and 1 err. Stars of ieeL ix iing ta Theta Pi; second, Wills, Sigma Chi; AND COACH1
21 of Befd's Total of third, Wttingham, Theta Chi; fourth, ____
36 Points Coates, Hernitage. Time 46:2. During his western trip Fielding H.
I. SGOND l'~d SxMAYost, Director of Intercollegiate Ath-
U. SECOND WITH SIGMA leties has been making a distinct i-
CHI AND MITA I THIRD pression upon all whom he comes ifi
-eta Theta Pi t ok firsplace in the I I contat. If newspapers received by
the athletic association may be taken
erfraternity swim c ted by the R ° E O D S as proof of the fact his little jaunts
ramnural department yesterday f- jit "JL ,hJ doing iuch. to spread the fame f
noon at the Y. M. C. A. pool with Michigan to the far West.'
tal of 36 points. Delta Upsilon fie - -_ Witness a few excerpts from Den-
ed second with 16 points, while A comparison of the total season's ver papers following the "Old Man's"
eta Chi ant Sigia Chi tied for third points made by the Wolverine foot- visit to that metropolis:
fourth with eight pintsmeach, ball teams in 20 years of athletic "The immensity of football in the ,
appa Beta Psi and Alpha igmp l istory, from Yost's first appearance East as compared with the game in
tied for fifth and sixth tith four at Michigan in 1901 until 1921, show Colorado is brought out plainly by the
nts ea Ach; Nu Sigma ugtook sev- the following results: , In 1901 the figures offered by Yost last night.t
lIth three, Acacia eighth i total points for the season were 550-0; Michigan has 9,000 students from
ain HEiitit age last with one. 1902, 644-1, 1903, 565-6, 1904, 567-22, which to pick eleven football men. Itst
2e Betas garnered most of their 1905 495-2; 1906, 72-30; 1907, 85-6, athletic activities use up 78 acres of
rats throug the work of Gow and 1908, 128-81, 1909, 116-34, 1914, 29-9, ground. One athletic building has aj
r, who scored 21 points betWee i 911, 90-38, 1412, 1595, 1913, 175-2!, room as big as a football field. Col-
m; Kerr holding the one point edge, 1914, 233-68, 1915; 130-81, 1916,,245-56, rado schools and Colorado coaches
his teammate and incidentally be 1917, 304-53, 1918, 96-6, 1919, 93-192, might receive a big inspiration from
th ig pitm of the eat He and 1920, 120-21. Last fall the score this gray-haired ma1 who has livedi
cod. .yar k e stOOd 183-12, which is the best since footbal for the last 25 years"
secon in the 40 and 220 yard free 1917. Tle only time that opponents And another: "One can visualize the
es, n the latter eveIt-s tlishing.a have rolled up a higher record than activities of this man on the gridiron.t
Sfeet benack strokerr 46:2 was i Michigan has was in the war year of If he knew nothing of/the strategy ofI
6y 19ya19.as tro'e of420: asi 915.football his ideals of sportsmanship,
ly fast as as Gow's of 20:1 in the his love of fair play, and his inspira-'
yard free style. The fast free style In the seasons of 1918-19 and 1919-tinawould go Far to produce a w-
at was not forced to extend ttmnmig team. But this man combines the
. in the 22ard swim and turned ed several non-scholastic teams and idealisnif a sportsman with the prac-
a slow time of 2:54. In the relay, schools not regularly placed on the ticality of a cold-blooded scientist. He
reve r, which the Betas won, Gow schedule. Among these are the fol- believes that football men, a football
mach in. his-lap to give his team lowing: Ft. Wayne Nationals, Pontiac team, must have ideals of fair play and i
speedy mark of 1:27:3.b Oaklands Custer officers, St. Mary's hard work to win. The science of the
erkes, Delta Upsiloit, captured first college, University of Detroit, United game is a secondary consideration ut
ce in the plunge with little effort, tates General Hospital corps, Detroit a consideration' which is not lost sight
sfin~gIfmself with 55 feet Witt-Naval station, Oakland Motor com- of."
11Pam, Theta Chi, won th' 60 yard pany, and the A. C. Spark Plug com . One mre: "Yost is the ideal person-
ast stroke witha tie df 44'2 is pa. alitly for a football coach."
resgt copetitor bing Carnegie, And agai: "Michigan stands su
rna'Beta Psi. Witti hami also to'ok preme in Big Ten athletic circles, in
hird in the backstroke and a football, baseball, and track. Ten outi
rth in the 40. of seventeen track championships have
ompetition in the diving ,was eX- -gone to Ann Arbor. Half of the indoor
iin ly close with Seaars, ilta Meader, Delta Sigma Phi, captured meets have been won by Michigan, thet
dlon, taking first place. Wils, Sig- the, faternty foul shooting cntest' last onlySaturday night in which the
Cl, wh6 took third in the breast Tuesday night by looping 77 baskets 'M' took six out of ten firsts. Flu and t
ike and second in the back stroke, out of a possible100. He was not hard the faculty caused the downfall of bas-
ed; second. Seagar's experience pressed towards the close of the ketball the past season."''
knowle ige of diving fundamen- tournament although Thompson, Al- Publicity of this nature in Denveri
gave hin a slight edge on the rest pha Tau Omega, climbed rapidly in is only typical of that which has beeni
the field, the last frame, bringing his total scoe granted the University in all the ci-
he Jeta tour man relay team com- to 73. ties which Yost has thus far visit-
ed of Go*, Babcock, Sehwart,' and ed.
r, .each ;nan swimming 40 yards, The complete schedule for the sec-
ly won the race over a'large field ond round of the fraternity handball Find that lost pin through the clas-
h the fast time of 1:2':3. tournament has been finished and will fied colmn.-Adv.
iumrnary Plunge: Won by' Yerkes, bring the following teams together:;-
ta Upsilon; second., Michale, Beta Kappa Nu vs. Phi Beta Delta, Nu Sig- SiUBlEt° - 001. Mats. tues.,
ta Pi; third, Flynn; Nu Sigma Nu; na Nu vs. Alpha Rho Chi, Cygnus vs. MICHIGAN Ts" nSt
th, Siewart, Delta Upsilon. Dis- Delta Sigma Pi, Alpha Delta Phi vs. aights,5 7and5Oc
. , hg, 5-75-S.OO6
6e 55 fee . 40 yard free style: won Lambda Chi Alpha Delta Sigma Pi th
Go v, Beta Theta 'Pi; second, Kerr, vs. Chi Phi. These matches must be
a Theta Pi; third,,Schwartz, Beta Played and the scores tabulated in the BOnstelle Company
ta Pi; fourth, Wittinham, Theta Intramural office by 5 o'clock Tues- In the Comiedy of Dadgyhood
Time 20:1. $0 .yard bmeast day. "DADDIES"
ike: Won by Wittingham,'"Theta By JOHN HOBBLE
second Carnegie, Kappa Beta Athena Elects ,New Members y H B
si;: thirdxWills, Sigma.Chi; fourth, Six new . members were elected to
th'ten ,6rayscit5ADT ~. . -r-504 cto $.50
derson, Alpha Sigma Phi. Time the thena liteary society at a met- A9 W d.fat. -Octo $1.50
. 220 yarl free style: Won by Gow, ing held Tuesday evening in the Alpha sat. na,. - S6 to$2.0
a theta Pi; second, Kerr, Beta Nu rons of University hall. The fol-- -TOSPH M. GA ITES Presents'
ta 1i; third, Tuttle, Delta tpsilon; 'llowing were selected: Dorothy Bo- "THE E
th) Meyerts, Alpha Sigma ih Tite ton, '24, Friies TfI6as° '24 Lucy ' Ry CRANE WILBUR
. 'ancy dlving: Won by Seagars, WllOh,''d, Elur& tarvey, ', Helen A Play o Thrils! Surprises! Laughs!
ta 'Upsilon; second, Wills, Sigma M. Wightman,'25, and Charlotte Har-
; Donnelly, Acacia, Flynn, Nu Sigh rison, '25.
Ndi, and'Carnegie, Kappa Beta Psi
for third and fourth. 160 yard When you have a want, avays let t ' ,L
y: Won °by Beta Thea Pi; secon4. a £"Iily Cla s 1 ed Ad" sai6s4A" It.- "
ta 'Upsilon; third, Alpha Sigma
fourth, Acacia. Time 1:27:3.660 " E
rI back stroke: Won by Kerr, Be- t u m
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Frshmen Swamp All Opposition
In Fast Interclass Track Meet
In one of the most one-sided affairs and knees, which accounts satisfac-
that has ever been staged in the ath- torily for his poor performance.'
I letic circles of the University the Hicks, '26, All-campus cross coun-j
r e t i s c try champion, annexed the two mile
Frehme, y tkig nnefirt lacs fetue i awalkaway, showing won-
and a goodly number of seconds and I}derful endurance in his spurt at the
thirds, won the annual all-campus finish. Steve Farrell clocked him at
track meet Wednesday night in Wa- 10:28:3. Callahan, '26, was not press-
terman.gymnasium. Seventeen fresh- ed for second place, and Richards, '26,
fought his way into third.'
men were awarded numerals after the Duplicating his past records, Frey-
close of the events. Four sophomores burg, '26, again arrived at the tape
and'two juniors were also given num- in the 440 yard dash in first place.
erals. His time,.66:7, was much slower than
Interest in the annual meet this year he usually turns in. Feinsinger, '26,
was somewhat below par, because the had little trouble in placing second.
vaunted prowe;is of Archie Hahn's' Third was won y Rockwell, '26.
yearlings kept many men of the other .The wlyS wunr to win a first was
classes from entering. A fair sized Anderson, '24' who defeated his op-
and enthusiastic crowd witnessed the ponents after a hard race in the 65
finals. yard low hurdles. Levy; McCoy, and
Moody, '26, was the first freshman Soule, all freshmen placed in the'
to win an initial place, covering the 50 order named in this event.
yard dash in 5:4. Three men tied for The field events were mediocre in
first place, and in the run off White, quality, McCain, '26, being forced to
'26, captured second, nosing out Stem, clear but five feet seven inches to
'26, by two feet at the finish. win the running high jump. C. Hicks,
In the fastest race le has run since '26, was a dangerous contender for the
entering the University, Spedding, '25 initial place, being eliminited in the
E, captured the 880. His time was final jump.
2:5:2. He trailed the other men in Doyle, '26, repeated his performance
the race until the last lap whet he of the recent fraternity meet by boost-
passed all of them and came home a ing the shot 37 feet 9 inches to win
winner by a margin of three yards. first. Vielmetti, '25D, was runner-up.
taon tand thoaiinthefilsringt'2D Sndr
Carson, '24E, who finished seond, set His heave Was almost equaled by
the pace in this event, but was unable Brooks, '24D. Snider 6, likewise re-
to stand the strain in the final sprint peated his win in the fraternity meet
and lost out. by jumping 2f feet 4 inches int the
A pretty race was witnessed in the running breoad' ump. edits, '25 e
65 yard low hurdles when every man rnigbodjm.~eis 2E
.defyard hrnearest ppent bry san with a distance of 26 feet 8 inches was
defeated his nearest 6pponent by a an outstanding performer. Viant, '26E,
yard. Running the sticks in 8:2, helped to increase his class's points
Frank, '26, captured the event. Fer- when he was awarded third place.
enz, '26E, finished second, while Wil- The final even of the evening, the
lis, '26E, took third place.-h fnldvnto teevnng h
lis,'26E too thid plce.pole vault, was a poorly contested af-
Exceedingly promising Varsity ma- e fa o , was entri insan at-
terial was uncovered in the mile run temt to win their numerals. Viant,
and Steve Farrell, 'who timed the run- ,26E cleared the bar at 10 feet 6
ners, was pleased with their show-inhsnoretOcchfstpa.
ing. Murray, '26L, crossed the line inIRhodes, '26, gained second. Rth of
first place, covering the distance in these men look like good Varsity ma-
4:35. Mason, '25, the only sophomore Gtoral lthoi.h their marks were
to place in this event was a close sec-low Lak of experience accounts for
ond. It was a surprise to many of
the track ans wh einke, 6 fas{ this. Wilson, '26, was a fair third.
est miler on the. yearling squad was
forced to finish ii third place. le has4 Daily Classifieds for real tesults.-
been having trouble with his tonsils Adv.

ALAWINS FIRST GAME"
LOOSE PLAYING CHARACTERIZES
EACH OF TIREE
CONTESTS
Before a crowd of more than 1200,
Alma defeated Manistee in the first
class B game of the State Interschol-

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astic Class 1 and C basketball tour-
nament held last night in Waterman C oach Fisher will take his base-
gymnasium. Ypsilanti, the other la-l candidates out in the opefn air
class B team drew a bye, the St. Joe tod-y no matter What the weather hap-
team failing to show up. Lawton and pens to be. With the fitst gane o.
Carsion City qualified in class C games.-the scason only eight days off the
The Degrborn-Lawton game was a pitchers are still guarding, their arms
loosely played affair, the team work against the cold weather and another
and guarding of both teams being no- day's delay in getting them tough-
ticeably poor. Lawton made a strong ; enedi up may cost the first few games
finish in this game as they were on the of the southern trip. If the weather
short end of a 6 to 3 score at the end ! turns out to be cold ttis afternoon the
of the half. Both teams seemed to be twirlers Will work out under the
bewildered at the large gymnasium ; bleachers and the fielders who are as
and crowd and this affected the school-' badly in need of getting in some out-
boys' playing during the first half. The door practice as the moundsmen, will'
good guarding ot Hawkins was large-! have to be contented with playing
ly responsible for the wonderful spurt pep games.
which the Lawton team displayed to- The coach took his men out for the
ward the end of the games when they first time of the year Tuesday after-
overcame a three point lead by Dear- noon but the drill had to be light be-
born since the end of the first attar- cause of the cold wind that came
ter. Wagner was the outstanding star across Ferry field. Yesterday the squad
for Iearhorn. Time and again he was forced back ,into the cage in Wat-
dribbled the ball through the weak erman gymnasium again for another
defense at random and was respons- session of pep. games and light field-
ible for most of the points annexed by ing practice.
his team. The lack of practice on the diamond
The same class of mediocre playing which has been caused by the weather
characterized the first class B game wil handicap the coach in devetop-
between Alma and Manistee. Alma ing his twirling squad more than any
took a three point lead at the start of 'ther branch of the team. LiVerance
the game that was never in danger is the only man who does not abso-
thereafter. Teamn work seemed to be lutely need experience in a pi'actice
miserably lacking in the Manistee team I game or two before the season's open-
although they appeared to have a good er.
eye for the basket when they were at
the right end of the floor. Sl'1 Tided Pictures of U Hall
Displaying a better brand of basket- The freshmen of Collegiate Sorosis
ball than the teams of the class B, are selling large pictures of Uiv'er-
Carson City defeated Graying, 18-11 sity hall during the schoolmasters'
Two inividul stars were uncovered convention. The pictures arenctone in
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team's total while Brown, of the los- will be sold at one dollar each, pro-
ers, scoted 9 of his team's 11 points. coeds to be given to the League fund.

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