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'MEN IK Pirqate /k3xpet
:_B,16 # IN E T , gme as a professional until July ,T
11022, Emil Yde (pronounced. E e) s __
20 to Carry iim e ,m app ndTatl~~i mdl
InAnua Bg nfz2l *13T21 "~fl e i~re a P m a1 aad leiv t Etl
In Anual i iile Ulip24) Markers nd
Affair rerJ m e ra1k tI iofdAIlzare Honors
_____ APittsburg club of the National veague
on the remarkable record hie had madi
:PECT EIHTOBOLSTR as a minor leaguer. Starting in 47 SYE Ai~!~ijlA
ADI E~L VNSgames with Oklahoma City in the LAURELS WITH 1 POiyiTS
Western league last season, he won 28
,'s Yarsity track team yes- and lost 12. He took part in a total Scrn[0pit peeI h
:rpoon started training for of 90 games, having been used outside fastest and most hotly contested event
~onereicemee tobe eldthe box becase of his prowess as a in. years, Phi Sigma Kappa and Tieta
Confrene met t be old- Chi tied for first place in the ai.al'
gymasimEvasto,1 hitter, and compiled a batting average faent nor~rc etls
gymnasim, Evanton, aof .392. faent norArc etls
Saturday. Yde won nine games in a rew *last Thursday night at Waterman gymnas-
1continue to train this f- ium. Siga. Chi won third place with
Atomorrow and will ta year, losing the tenth by one rn, be- 11 points. Final awaring of points
taecause of an error behind hint. In the was held up until a definite decision
week-end while the Unionj winter months he is physical director wa made on the mile run.
ccupy the field house. A of the Freeport, Ill., Y. M. C. A. He :aThe meet was in dobt until the
rs of the squad will also attended Illinois and Wisconsin uii- last event was over, so divided were
mit to East Lansing this versities. The Pirates expect him. to t~.ons adwsmr neetn
~.. atedt.M. lC pt r-eatoe fsieit-o i ithtan fonr nes as the freshmten lush
A two mfleirelay squad, ing staff this year in spite of his lack inais failed to garner mre points
nen, a hurdler, and several of major league experiepce. than the other three classe: "
hers of the team ,willxrobr - Siiydei',ili Sigma Kappa; was high
t to the meet. Nekt week point man with 12 points, which he
Conference, mecet and will hI d"i : nddnkn h
Arbor Friday running -broad jump with ~leap ' f
present time it is expected 2fR 111]1j 1 feet 11 inches.t
nad "attending the ABjg4 0~L R W l TER S's C e ta 'C roduced the scond bet
be practicallyA t'esame i piidrngai in Walk, who surprised
red the Illinois meet al- Miami, Fla., M\'ar. 4.-(By AP)-- the dopesters by winning th 5 lbigh
"eral more members of the More than a score of powerboats, some hurdles in 9:4. His teamma e, VoeI-
be 'chosen for the trip fo- er, was a close second in t~ is evet.
as :to be o held te tee now of tbhem o the hydroplane class, are The mile run proved to b. an easy
e of departure. This after- being tuned up here for Miami's an- race for Hornberger, Phi Gamma Del-
No-milers will run trials tOi' nual mid-winter regatta, to be held tA, as he lapped the field and did not
who will make the trip and over the Biscayne Bay course March 7? aet xedhmsl owni :0
the milers 'and quarter and . Among the conestants arePhGam Detgrnedascd
be put through their paces. seea{htrc ac eri h odi nital hnor when Mueller star at
setera thatraonechyorritwoe Gmen1 ast year's interscholastic meet, won
Aed thatone r tw menCup classic, the greatest of all rac- f the 440 yard dash in 56:8
en for each of these events ing boat events. ahCQSyCoesd
memae n te rilswil Three events are ol the program, Spectators were thrilled at the close
he decision of Coach Far- two for runabouts and oie for hydro- knish and fast time made i~ the -50
ting the men. A four-mile planes. The first of' the runabout. yard dash. All of the men were close-
will undoutbtedy le .sent races, to be. un in two s0tulle, heats,' ly unched as they crossed ;the tape,
if the men come out well is open~ to dlisplacement craft of more I ester, Acacia, winning by a scat
formances this week. than 12 feet in length nand pow r withj foo. 7i arker, Sigma i, wasa
results oE.f 1t I'i oit t.mW off; rot c ~ai S tiub io is nosing out _ Voelkf-
Ast Saturday the Michigain inches piston displacement. A qual-i- Theta Chi, by a hand for th positii*,
e hard put to carry off the fying speed of ,p miles an our is re- Sigma Chi has an athlete f proi -
the comir0 .fC W P4 44 0. r fi h e ) five diP 4ix Y Ut*on, who tossed: the le t°I
niois looms as the most log- ated for this event, all 49 feet 8 inches to wi the fg- [_
.den for honors due tothe1 The second of the runabout races, 1 pound shot put from a larg numbr
:es of its tee tI~~V~T lV hw- s *k1 r la cs.His teammat ,Hamk-
best athletes in the sec= teas att'aeteTl14 ei~ries Io n p, o second place. }
rwill have an almost sure in two 4-mile heats, the race calls Summary:
econd in th rr a Ii 'ng,pee 4f Q , .i ei , Yp ~rh :Hester, Ac Ia, Pa-
ie shiot put, ha'-'likYrAi slap cna M iiR4b2't i er, -Oima' Chi, Voelker, T eta Ch~l,°
and third in the dashes, a win25feti length and poered Koplin, Phi Sigma Delta, me 57
300 yard dash, another first wth motors of not m re than 1,350. 65 yard. lith hurdles; Wa , Theta.
e pole vault.- and a second c.'il?} .r~~if~'-i i, l? ht hi r eNf
)lace 'In the broadi jump be- with "a piston displacement not ex- Sigma Kappa, She ppad, B a Thee
gfavorites in the four-mile ceeding 1,650 inches. I Pi, time 9:4.;
Al craft entered in the hydroplane 65 yard low hurdles; Sny er, Pfij
memberes wofcthey eamiveevent are from Peoria, Ill., champions Sigma. Kappa, 'Voelker, T" ta C" ,
vsads whic They plcs of the 725 cubic 'Inch restricted class Walk, Teta Chi, Travis, B a TheV~u
yeslat ee. hee laesof the Mississippi Valley Powerboat Pi, time 8:1.
amost surely theirs againstI Association. This event calls for a 440 yard dash; Mueller, P Gam
any competition which the qualifying speed of .50 miles an hour,,~Delta, Gib s Alpha Rh C~i, Rus,
t could offer and they areI and will be run in two 20 mile leats Detas Taiiiion, Dick, Alpha Kappa
ass a huge total of' points After the races here the same pro- Lambda, time 56:8.
ror meet. gram will be repeated at Havana, 880 yard run; Walsh, Phi Sigma
on the other handl will be Cuba, on March 15 and161 Kappa, Abrams, Delta Ta Delta,
:d by the small number of= Graves, Theta Cli, Johnson, Delta
which can be put' in the j Tau Upsilon, time 2:9:3.
It is unlikely that the Wo- P IG NIS T, 9 f[ Mile run ; onegr Phi Gamma
ad will have more than: 20 I inULII~U Delta, Stoddard, Phi Sigma Kappa,
its roster when it goes to HEn inan T mi Wagner, Phi Kappa, Bannister, Theta
As the season progresses HL R b9fiil I liji Chi, time 4:50.
and Blue will robably be Rrfunning broad jump; Snyder, Phi
ostion to cut out the Illini , Sigma Kappa, Sheppard, Beta Theta
went an thre s a ou- IIndianapolis, Ind., March 30--Coach Pi, Walk, Theta Chi, Vance,. Delta
ethat they will be able to1 Pat Page, athletic director at But~,r F Sii lstance 21 feet-1 1 ince.
ancient ri-vtls when they 'College here, hinted today that he tad ' Runing hiigh jump; Shepprd, Be a
ialthough it is not prob-I under consideration an offer from thei Theta Pi, Vance, Delta Sia Phi,
University of Iowa as head coach to Green, Delta Tat Upsilon, Aams, Al-
iinof Dick Dol- t h succeed H-oward Jones. pha Tau Omega, height 5 feet 6 inch-
ie eigt eent folowng Coach Page has 'had great success e-
he eigt eent folowngwhile at Butler, having finished next Shot put; Stuart, Sigma Chi, Hami..
ion of the basketball seas- to Notre Dame' in the Indiana foot- 1 ton, Sigma Ci, Vielmetti, Ps~i Omega
.k-end will bolster up a de -I ball standings for two years, and next Amos, distance 49 feet 8 inches.
iwhh hthe squad is notably 1;~ anklii, h~1rtha11 fn. hp_ sainAi _- -- - - ---"-_

TY (0111'TABOOS GOLFING~I
ON PART OF~ 1924- TIGERS
! -itting the little golfbplayer,
rit f )llp t :bsbl l~r I
accodingto Manager Cribb, of 11j
tl tD~troit Tigers, who- has is-
Is~iad edict against the Scotch
gafle for: the 19,.4 season.
, CQpl? conifsca; d several is.
I Of golf clubs which were amng,~
Ithe players' luggage at the Au- I ii
gusta training camnp. "Ty;" con--
tends-that the players will-,rave- I ;.
enough to do on the diamond
without sw.inging at the golf ,
Iballs. The, pitchers, however,(a
a-re allowed to golf. I
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Competitors for, the championship
in the .singles division of the handball]r
tournament have been, eliminated to l
such. an extent that the finals are.
now in order,Scarnechia, joint hold-t
er of the doubles honors with Rock-
well, being scheduled to play- Reilly#
for the "cup. A battle iroyal' is i11
store for the spgctators Who --will se
the match. 1
Entries are being' accepted for the,.
annual all-campus indoor track meet
which will be held in the near f ture
at Waterman gymnasium. A wealth
of material is expected to be uncov-
ered: at the event and many awards
are being planned for tiie successful,
athletes.
Fraternity athletic mana ger's should
reniember that all entries for the
wrestling tournament must be in the,
hands of Intramulral officials by 5
o'clock tomorrow afternoon as theI,
schedule will be drawn up at that
time.~
The sch~edule will appear in'' at-
urday's Daily'and' the first' round coin-
mences Monday evening,,-at jVaterma
yrrnna~ium.-
Thre annual fraternity relay -zc
ii , atracting a great many ,ofteams
tjiis yea ;,,,in spirit with tb pre-
markab eet metheld ,lasty)ear!v;',,ny .-
of the houses already have their ,men?
-rnning for the ent, - ,
Each house in y .- - nter a team of
friar" men wwboRjlL run tVo Irips
aipiece. Tlie prcliiniraies will he- held.
Mrch r10, at Waterni yrnnirCSU1IO
'ft1e finale will beheld. he samle iglt M
as the fraternity basketbiall chhrnpro.-
ship game. -__
Volley ball will occupy an imtport-
ant position on the Intramural calon-
dar this year, and will= commence,
March 22. More specific details wil-
be announced later.
Relays for the freshman sectional
group teams are being planned for
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M Ir.112N AIT sltne Challe nger Of Leonard,
lMIIINiIIUUI,10 I jacks on NowPhysicalWr ck.
BAKTALRC1-Willic;Jaxcl;.5xz one ti31ne hIallc n rr'a r 1 gt ot its pow~er; his bodty weak-
° f - ht ~e:n. ortc i htw ci ,ht en'-Junder- the sledge-hammner- blows
Defeat at Hands of - U slri Piut$ fhs poens.n his usual phan-
tf'overres il Sith tomi-lik-defense fie to stop the -on-
Positon, i The«" ,ork iIerew, who was sr,. tghts of his: rival.-
--OOo the bie;t 135 pounders- in. the Two;=years ago, Jackson was match-
CJTICAGIO AND fICN1NJ a e -yea: ag-o, i5 snding his -ccd with Rocky Kansas, the -Buffalo
CiosE coN~hT FOIL FIRST'1time,(hanging ;arsu0(0te ball players ItIFSlarn. ansas had been easy m'tzt
-- - L ot Sinrings, A rk., in holies oXf get- for Willie in a previous encounter, but
Michigan's hopes- for a- pos'sible tie ing his health and 11trength back again'-;;n this occasion the tables were turn-
for first place in the 'Conference race;- so that he can re-enter the only. fro-, 1 adKans as gave his for-men ne-
were blasted by the- Indiana victory 1 es i-o he know, long enough .o make - Isabdetig Thsfhtsr-
Monday 'ight, but the team will begin aliing. nei oln ete .Tisfgade. rt
diligent preparations today for tb-c fin- Ile sta4rleed his sensational career year finished hiim as a contender. He
al battle of the year which will be seven years ago with a victory over melot the yuhu hnm onySu
played Saturday night with Illinois- Johnny Dundee, the present feather-
at Urbana. Tte"SctchWop grue,and was stowed aw~ay in the tenth
Although out of the _running the 1 vY as ahavyfaorite verhisgre n atrptig pagm ih
squwaswalheaxyrtaevrryeefverthis green against overwhelming odds. Charlie
squadwillexertever effot to oh- onent, but Jackson put the veteran WIteasoamnitrd erii
'tam winagaint Ilinois theebY in the first round with a prodig- iboating to the fading Jackson.
finishing well up in the standing. The toteawwFoahttmeyw\ uei hog a rwn
race this season has been exception- No Wlle s houh sghdawn
ally close and it is difficult to settleon he fought often, too often. in fact. ad netepbi' eh spn
any team in an-y place in the standing Tie tools on all corners and trimmed nlsfinlsad a pyia
scheduledrienalelightweightysiin
until the- lastsceud game hs nx(ost ci tfirst rate lihwegt-ii - c from the rigors of the rtig. Ilie
been played. -- e efl'rt' to --ork hi stway onto'Le'on- h ,poe to be able to land -a few more
-Tow-a and Wisconsin oth upset, the! rstrt -Hwvr hsfeun ihsbfre tle curtain-goes down-on
deand came through wihvco-oetlf oduo iad ~li ) sapugilist, but many more ft~
ie vrhayfv ts, chhangingthe! ?fo t l i rp i erfcItet-tesugn matches that ftused-
entire aspect of the race. --Puirdue bhs -' to be his favorite form of .exercise will
drpe ron a tie for fist it~Ci l~j a won her last three redulce him.,to a- complete wreck, sch
cagcis;to' thlird. The Badgets -deleted gas n ayvn~ taken on quite a 'spurt, 4s od Woigast and- Battling Nelson,
the.uye five- he i'nl acid ice 'Captain- Potter r ecovered -from Ifocrnrier chanmpions, oiv are.
{ vedpiuQ icu place. Ohio nia,, ~hijrios,..and should the Ruby five __________
'playd her twelve -schedti .~-,games co ta Pnu e her wnuiag streak over the
and riia a rec ord of se ven vie o i cs and ie t t r e g m s there is a possibil-! iv ef a sb in i (1A ffu thlit it , qIT V -et e- o fr t
Indiana, who finished her season E -iOW cvcI, the race shou~ld- ecnter be-'
against the Wolverines. '- een C:hicago andWioisn unless
-Chicago, again in first place, has but purdue upsets the M1aroon quintet ,S SD~ lE TIA
two games left to play, one with Fur- whereby the Boilermalkers will stanzd____
dlue tomorrow and the final with Wis-a even with Chicago.
consin on March 15. Wisconsin has The standings: W 'I Per Michigan's informal - Varsity bowl-
three more games to play, meeting! Chicago........... 7 3 .700! inkg team expects -to boost their aver-
Northwestern, Iowa and Chicago. -The Wisconsin ............6G 3 .667i age in the Intercollegiate Bowling a s-
M1'aroons must win the next two games;I Purdue ............... 7 4 4*.636 I sedation's league when v they roll
to be assured of the title. Should' Ohio State ............ 7 5 .583 ( against Syracuse in a telegraphic meet
Purdue beat Chicago, the Boilermnak-. Indiana.............. 7 5 .583 ! at 2 o'clock this afternoon ohi the Un-'.
ers will still be in the race. It is Illinois ............... 5 4 .5551 ion, alleys.
possible that the championship will ilicligan .............6G 5 .545 1 innlesota is leadipg the league t
be. decided when Chicago: meets the l Mi.uesota.....,....,... 4. .400; present, while Michigan is in iindis-
Badgcrs in the last 'Big - ca gamne 'c' ofv, ,.. . ...3 -.-7 -.>(0 putedl possession of -third place, with
the season. otwsen~ 2.'. 0 10 .0001 two 'n and a defeat. -
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of takin~g points in the meet. He has gregations have made excellent rec-
do e bte h n 40 fe n p atie o si ae ala dt akith the freshman track squad and j( TLast year it was intimated that h
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