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MINNESOTA SED ET4 ~ [ A E onl eet ISUED TIUflIIC TO ¢ B E PiH WILL LEAVE
0 .TO YALE H(tE EXTT Yle, Capturing IITI uii U~~~~w DAS
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,AanBawketball MOdinNDwoo
TO-If tIUiPLR EA c iinedY'Ito eide' the ena- RgSerid Ia Fa or tefiat e asketbadtheIne- three days at his present, rate of
leauecron urutsShwiw lijr Sd mpoveen, D. . . Wotsf
Amfong BigTen Thiket ": Iie Gophiers yeserdayvn.rillflk n teo:1bovo onl.Tl+ (ipoeet r .T ~ae
g FourowrthCrnel. Th JatiiiaEyWith9u .eUg I
Shooters titr~e hlaimpinslip Of the lestrn resi thas onon thEye Suceceding - jhnoonstoday, as hescam
- - cOnferetce.-" - lniecto Iulrn t a a ste 94 ttb horrsUncthain ou(o thlsat ln's rooms at I
8 ALIJIW RWR, iirlYlaumrtessigtlg HAM lWPa4 KET 'y defeating Yale, 23 to 19, while ou- th aechre
PRI PEBC E ;TTQ F mr1th ttl gnrsw'Aih oud eI , l g gPiceton t.was suffering a defeat at IFIELI) PRACTIE ".ESCE1WELE1)
______ Vtpt yed naoitw(eksa the hands of Dartmouth, 36 to 34. Al- OSATT N"E VEI ________
An__ though they ave two games to play,'____
Spradlin g, 7Pum~rduie orward, assuml- IiNew d Iaven.but tw weks t Steve: 1arrel's Varsity track -team t1Ihcu~aebyn teraho
dthlednthiniiulsoigIheld a light workout yesterday after- thelth als. rebeonThe rndin of the Coach Ray Fisher's baseball squad i
____________________ onfollowing, their strenuous .trip tasndhetmsorgrcrd;wnt back to work with renewed e-
in the Conference race after the games icm n h emsoigrcrs
last week-end when they attended the Temo 1 t.OPs rgy yesterday afternoon after the
last week-end. Cunningham, frmerTem.L.Ps Pt ts
leader, failed to score from the field l iA INS AIQ IIRI llnos elys Drig helate prtCrnell...... S9212*7 'layof of Saturday which was recess-; T NSv1
fL'U tU of this week they will resume strenu- #Cf/
against the Gophers, thereby relin- U I U I II Uo s tani g fr u id p o f r i ........ 4. 4 179 161 .500 tate d by the erection of bleachers for IX
triisliing the honorary postion. enceour ftmlfliIT nrivforto"behedook rComnextDartmouth ...,...A4 4185 190 .500 Saturday night's basketball garme.
GereHgetWleiemrk- bVrLIII I lLJ Saturday. ne riceon....3 4 15 ISS .4291 The candidates for the Varsity nine! Fight teams surived the second
man, is in fourth place but has two ( Penn. ........ "..3 5 153 179 .375, are showing plenty of pepper and round of the fraternity howling tourn-
____ One of the fastest meets in the hit-IYle.. ......ms t ly hresCnnn-2 5 152 176 .286 ; Fisher is worrying for fear that some auent which closed last Friday and
more game to playwhereas unning-dry of the Midsle-West took place at Yl. ________fothtir
ham and 'Miner, who are in third and Uan, Illinois, Mar. 3.-Paul W. Ubn atStra feno n of the excess vim will lead to sore will cmpetefr places urvihed
second place respectively, have but JTones, a diminutive athlete from De- evening when over 900 athltes -met ffin t~rI aims on the part of his pitchers. He! round. Theeih whichsrie will
one more to play, while Haggerty will! .eunvesty cptre irt on teanin rlas 4PT R pent the greater part of yesterday roll tomorrow at the Union and are
play in two more contests. au uneriycatrdfrto-thanaleas.riN.L"IE.I{J afternoon keeping a standing guard as follows: Acacia, Ci-Phi, Delta Phi.
.Following Is the individual records ors in the all-round championship All of the ponts ganed by, the1 l y;ini~ rTo hshi'es n ann Delta Theta Phi, Delta Upsilon, Phli
Maize and Blue. performers were earn aeiishr3r;an1arigthei to
of all the players competition of tio University of If Ii-edi.tefeofsffc ptton IIHlIH II N h I let dow n whenever their eagerness to Mu Alpha, Phi Sigma Kappa, and
1M F. TPts. . . --- :c-r - III Bl!UULLLUIUIIL .Ini LLheI'Sigma Chi. The four highest of these
S radling, Purdlue .....44 25 113.os ea aui-lSa~tdy bal~ h Michigan athletes took a first anda push thic ball past the batters assui- taswl opt o h ia
MieOi tt...4 7 -out a field oT nine .contestants with a a fourth place in the relays, two first'I ed dangerous proportions.ITusa ih t h no les
Cuning~Lm Oh -Sate 3636 08total of 5.136 points scored in the places, two second places, a third place! ew orls, ar. 3.-University of Pitches Get6uxg IntloShape ___
Cunnin40h21m'01seven eStnte G - 36 In and a fourth in the individual events. Pennsylvania Saturday night captured The moundsmen ae starting to EnreaesiWbngecvdfo
eggOne of thle nmst brilliant p'erform- the eastern intercollegiate track an ond into f rm and it iks, them to
Pesek, Minnesota.......46 7 9-Jones, a dlark horse in the ompeti- rudom the annual class bowling tournament
Jn{~ana35 6 ~ tin boke he ig~ju~ rpordforances made by a Michigan man was field championship for the second see their offerings maced too freely
Logan, athat....W...3 iii 86 lion y wbich starit' this'rweekdatohe inon
l#kund, lvlnnesota . . . 31 24 k t -M-fun17rft w tha -leap > of-th t of Les W ttma , the d miut e straight; y artriumphing over abi-l- 'by the bt-sw igrs who are also.alys T
tI~clwehl,lloj... 34 6 46-fe inh.liwoahatf dashnan, who led the field in the 9a5 I liant field of 22 rivals- in the third an- finding their sea-legs rapidly. Captain .}r r ofaoiesti
obb APrdu* 29 19 7. 5 yrd cash tok th poe vultyard dash, breasting the string in nual 1, C. A. A A A. meet at the Jack IBottwvas particularly vehement' era the pirlis ast yearamin
3.. a 1Prdu9 _. :07 1 7. "a7-y4. ash tokmhepolovult:0he54poste ofpheonotipomnentTentwecontamos.ewooasernInhimohttig.e Twoy, ndCoahtern__
Jaxnse ; Iowa... ......26 !" 79wereadeatheprsseniorsikn ilitsihofin last year.d Cac
ti , 8 7 ae ninrsie s5ig i speeddemons in the West were among Intercollegiate records were shattered,,Fisher sneaed u r ou sever'ai pitchers] tdnswows opriiaei
Shaw, 'Ohio State .. ....32 8803 yiton casevntth astoftc the cofinatfollesWt.ani a thir-d established and another tied. who were overambitious to tie the big.
ettoclasnattefnl, the event. Pnslai eandistteatrXcvrn the annual All-Campus foul shooting
De~rtHubar bok th dor(1' Pnnylvni rtaiedit tileafer olernepilot into knots. tournament w'ill 1 given another
Buarin,Purduae...... 29140 72i heamaondofwisconsi,04fpinse, e r ubr rk h ol' sirn atewt aeadPic- Prospects for ichigan'sta hs~J
areCiao...2 30 7intealaonwih504p Indoor record in the broad J.um with -, chance to compete in the qualifying
Dickson, , Chicago......34 1 69 )while Johnson of Pittsburg univer- a1epo?4fet7nhs P~ ton, the Quakers rolling, up 21 1- sprig.ae no brrighter than they were!run
a poiea, wile24eirehitfrivalntieds, the ag.lYeterda's#w rou d by reporting on the floor at
Sponsler, Indiana ....29 10 8 sity was third with 4,807. The others being 23 feet 11 3-4 inches. H-ubbard f~rscn lc ih2 points, whrougtteiolehin, rnvoutftelderweektagtonight.This wrkulaemng nsilbeth ast0 chace.
Nvyikos, Indiana .......28 10 66 finished as follows:. sIto ecnflaebhidB ook- Teofirstareordthpo aeint theogthe Colbteasqad s outofret
Alyea, Chicago.......28 3 59 Graham, Kansas; fourth, 4,584 ins of Iowa in the low hurdles. htpurstwrenoralphoI-all,Preincte t evenldyt. oemqasnosthogeattoqaiyfor this season's tourney.
Gibson, Wisconsin....21 17 59 points; Wildman, Iliois; fifth 4,395 Brooking, holder of the world's record .httt hnRlhHls rneo sizvnyt:Clnhshe mak-1 All entrants must make a score of 15.
Potter, Illinois.........26 7 59 1-2 points; Rhodes, Nrebraska, sixth,inte20yrlwsascslyo- giant, battered his own indoor inter-1igofa excellent gade.mitne nPg -vn
Lorber, Ind I ana .......22 9 53 4298 points; Schildhaues, Illinois,loebyteWvrieathfns. collegiate mark; with a heave of 46 feet onthe roster all last season, but did' ___-___
Laude, Iowa..........16 15 47 seventh, 44110; - chjoll, Minnesota, Hulse, the second hurdler to represent (34 inch. I not quite find himself. He has ability, Itsrieefcny oueDal
Kpke, Michigan . ......177 16 40 ighth,' 4,09; Elkins, Haskill nineth, Mcia ntelwto orhpae Verne Booth, Johns I-okins, dis- and'will be f use this sesonsifDheldis
Gxha, tawtei-x ity441gg, -3 ' t . . - -*in the race. t ance star and cross country chain-ply iauftodatg.CasledAv-
amrn Oi tte...3 ,r 3j ~ ~ ~ mrair - .rieRt- ws gane,4 by Brokerwho. kept ate, record for the to' ile run. Tle showing =fETor y n the wVOrk . - -."
eman,ONortwetern.. .1 x -5 ., ,31iVIItIULllovviig, Prepwnel 'of .-Illinois, until Pnnsylvania . '...... -.21 .2out yesterday aftertoorn--was -lo en
-e,lar ed the bmkrier at 12 feet 10 a-$8ae2'' cuaig Ip cre ohv x
]son, Wisconsin ....,x,10 f.2,rVIII hejuinigdm1lewe he ae...........2 orgn.} & 4ii~t aee
l" pi4g6 niahes.weThehePrinceton.....:.........i...20"- -e leit cn~r&1whh i srither 4iu pfs .
opknIllnoft62oII!,Fy as ,similar.:- to. 1hat held - ast r Georgetown...... ...l1ug' ~ l~ertes h V
e;,. 9 25... r xpp n Q c trll;:>el4 wheniBrookr IBoston college........:.....17' ,caron. is~ c~ ve a , raking nice-
-bvi_...,,'- yt 25 3. .Th lior jis victgriousi opponent to' Dartmouth.'......:....... . ..4 1.2 ~,llie _as : i cte .wi t he we
amp. '<2 ere. trn~eb .-T T,?7 f_;.,itl nataintercollegiate mrc- ornell" . . .. ....4 :29 adyttoerokisme.Soe-icoBeelaZni4''efr. -Iir
rn yw isconsin .. . .. - 9 25 " n rm l d i a v r o k h s m t s l dOlym pic g mn es co m Ji e s has nb ' ,r. ; M .c lyen of 1Vlchiga g- pla ceed i In Pet tenn State ....... . . ..4. . . 10o e -asig al ho or n he rnihr61h-ao~ ihow ed--toa Jo nsodinsv~ntem this P
sai, ude.....-4-3 3 f-iCi;r,"Wa"iCst.I ,. 7fte hga elytam yacs -~ 7--to -begettln into "forniY. --;
~yisChcao....., as:8 5 ..2f ea fhirna k ared ell in their,events, the.two H-arvard.s.....r *....:..:.-6 19 Tefrsofnxwekil-in-th5cB Y FO DFR
7,.el- vet-era:n - .ic. Cifiornian acl o .te...wi emaig ls hl h ou ilas..... . . .4- -VThletfisst ofinexaft e, find ~te on
S3 "n, "cao.....6 7 9 nof ennslvaing oIlflok Ifer ooka fst rce wayfromNorh-_
ugn,8 iego...a.fo7 1 Lafayette.......... ......... .1 1-9, the. basketball floor. The court squad
offmart,'Northwestern 5 9 19afethtrcmnwilQrsiof western and Ohio State w ho finished lBowdoin.................... 1 will wind up their activities Friday
a, aer, Illinois......... 7 4 18 wiltai h wCholbyha odete ieben :0 5. ......................... 1 aftenoon, as they leave for the I-- =i1lE "'' 1;r F
e1psNorhwstenowe49r7s and field men. Both men: The four mile team composed of Bow- linos tilt that night. However, the
e ckso, Iowa:. 5 7 171wildtrietepsonlfth en, Rearick, Reinke, and Davis was University of ichigan club will( Union Failr -Wil neee iate leaving-
irahs, ortwstra. 5 raktem whc wl1rp7sn beaten out by Illinois, hoadws hold its annual banquet April 9, at the floor nta. Frld~y. and 'atudv
Cherr, Mihigan.....3 8 1 America in the games. consin, who took first, seconld and the Union. The price and speaker nights.- '--_________________
Kherste,,Nothwesten...6.3 08 12 1 Appointment of Coach Christie third. The time was comparatively for the banquet will be announced lat -__________
Ma~naNrhetr 0comes in recognition of the sterlingslw181 fa.__________________- Patronize Daily Ad ertsers.-Adv. ___
arwenn, Wisontsen...54 10 work of , the California track teams 4ISDINI
Matugsons iontae.. . 4 2 10 'under his direction. California has es Seek
Bordner, Indiana..............ee. the 1. C. A. A. 'A A. 'for the past FREHME ER
treyears and the attention of' thel -U mV t t~
cfl 3' Jet-Ron (i Talk bu
Schick, Iowa......... 9 entire country has been centered upon'I - -j Tefalimn rsln qa bu
IDulm, Iowa..... . 0 8-I Thfrsmnwetigqud4ii
Spo2r iso1i 7. the California oval and the man who!i Picked riders of Ironwood, a town ( will meet from 4-5 o'clock Main- ' Yellow Joullnaism!
1V~~oo, Mchian'..,. 2 $ 6guides the Bear's destinies on the in the Upper P'einsula, will compete} day, Tuesday Thursday, and Fri- 1 - Wait forY thef
JonoNrhetr .~2- track. agaist the Olympic. ski team whichl I day, t ,-
Seiffer, Ohio State...... 2 1 5 - la" s- anddae I represented the United States at iYBO Coach.
Wellman, Purdue....1 3 5 Endorse ls Cniae Chamonix, France, on the Ironwood Coach 1'
loaideMichigan ... 2 1 5 Richmond, Va., Mar. 3-The Gen- ski slide according to a story carried ---- {- 1JI 'I O N1
tIoQarige, Ilnis.o. ral assembly Saturday adopted a joint by the Daily Glode of Ironwood. .-i
Roettgr, Illnois......1 2s4lg
~Ttie Prue.....20 r escolution endorsing Senator Cart-' ironwood boasts of thera trt Jimmie the adtaker"sllathin
axte orhetrnatwetr r Glass of Virginia fo rie emlxrt-fly i"a slc(slide n Lue orld, a n~e t ic4, .Av.-- - I lYlO~L
-Ka~ne, ortweter .. 1 2 4I c nomination for pre~uent4,,.>r ,_1Cwdrld redo rkl for~ artificial slides being~-
,I... 1 1 3 Imd ni atSna tteana Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
106k;,Iniana...................."Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything (interstate tournament therea heanJna -f
'Xhoad ude...11 3jquikly.Adv.' Stulich of ironwood jumped 183 feet.";7.",
.ip Iller, in ns ota .....1 1- -- ,----
-1heeler. Minnesota .... 1 V 0t 7- -o
Miaton, Iowa .......... 0 2 2: I
einces, Indiana.... .... 1 2 2
Kirks, Michigan ........ 1 0 2j
bristman, Northwestern 0 2 2 _4
Britton, Ilinois..... .... 1 0 2 °F~

Spraks, Purdue........ 1 0 2^' ta
Howell, Chicago........ 1 0 2 i
Speed, Iowa........... 0 2 2i4
Wackman, Wisconsin ... 1 0 2 Iy o
Alwiard, Illinois.........0 1 Wh'% at is your Verdict?
Lldberg, Wisconsin......0 -1
Aurstin, Texas, March 3.-The Uni- fWe o aetidWllasSaigCemyu
versity of Texas won its fifteenthI verdict will be as favorable as is your verdict about the;

FAR MERSTQNWKHT
Mi(tch is Fin.al Onte of year; BaIrker's
1 = I ep ?leted as 1interest
11 Sport LagS
Mid igan wrestlers will compni, t n
their last. meet of the season at 8
o'clock tonight at the Yost field touse
he"_ they goa to the mat against the
~rap~n qa fM .C
'heWolverine mat nmen hav~e failed
to come troug-h with a victory in any
-of the mneets this year and Coach Barik-
er is nA over confident of down ing>
the Farmers who have. shown con-
siderable strength (hiring the past few
weeks.
6Squad Bllow' ; to I adawd
S Saturday niht at Bloomngnr, the
Iy iigi an wvrestlers lost to the 1loos-
icr squzad who have gone throughl that
seas;on und2efeed and now hold the
Confer~ence graprihing title. Rose,
- Micigan'sbest bet all seas;on, wa:
the; lone Wolverine proint getter, and(
in easily wresting a decision from
sReed, he showed himiself as one of the
b est in Conference competition. Reed
holds a victory over Dye, of Purdue, a,
former - Conference champion and a
man who defeated Rose when the
Mlichigan star was far from fit.
In the meet against Indiana Barker
was forced to forfeit one match for
lack of a suitable man to fill theas
asignment. This, lack of material, is
de.])ired by Barker.
fTonight's matches promise to be re-
l;lete in fast skillful wrestling and
Barker urges all to attend the meet.
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
quickly.--.adv.
LDAY FOR AHUNGRY"'
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