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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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raek Team Will Embark Tomorrow
For Evanston For Big'
Ten Meet
'PAI TRIALS IN TWO M LE
,EVE T AND MILE RELAY IE )
Triam in two events feat ra te
eauzmt4on of practice by the Ver-
ity trk team yesterday afternoon
4ter a forced layoff of four days.
today the team will be given a fin-
t workout and the list of men enter-
d in the Indoor Conference meet to
a held at Evanston Friday and Sat-
rdady will be posted and tomorrow the
lad wil entrain for the meet.
;.' Da'vis.Wis Two -Alle
One of the prettiest races seen this
eason in the field house took place
hen the two milers ran their trials
o determine which two were to be
ent ito the carnival this week-end.
arry XDavis took the race in the fast-
t tiarm ever made in the field house,
[icks dpming in second after a gruell-
ig rac over the last lap with Cala-
an wlio took third place.
A trip of hard races fu0o ;ptae
rhentree pairs of quarter milers
ere matched to decide the peropnel
f the ne-mile relay teahito r e'rA-
at Mi higan .at the Indoor meet
'einsi "er beat out Loomis I the
astest eat of the lot, Purdy downing
arsonand Roesser beating out Mor-
m in t e other two events. Although
e tea to make the trip will not be
nnounced until this afternoon 'it is
ertain that the three first place win-
ers will be chosen.
The milers and half milers also
irnished some exciting races when
iey limbered up yesterday afternoon.
owen, Reinke, and Cochran, milers,
ere sent through a half mile and
urprised everyone by clocking 2:01
5 with Bowen in the lead. The men
>.be entered in the mile run 'this
eek-end will be chosen today.
einke Victor in tL a
The gular half mileslu oA wirom
Ichig 's chances of cop ing the
idoor eet will r
d an 80, Reinke, beating out his
mm es Captain Hattendorf and
reybe. in a tight finish. All three
thes men will probably be entered'
tkhe: alf mile at Evanston because
thei good chances of scoring.
Pract ally every man who has a
hance f scoring at the big meet is
goo condition and n r f
em t'tshow the effects o teirifes
ver th week-end. The hurdles weres
it'ut esterday and Hmiibad =,
id Aulrey all took tries athni. 1tI
likel that the first two will be
tered nthe high hurde"J 1i H4
ard an perhaps Aubrey may be en--a
reed in he lows. Hubbard will prob-
)ly b enteredl in only two hurdle
rents ecause there will be no run,
fng br ad jump.
Wittman and Higgins will undoubt-
ly be entered in the dash, McEllen
the high jump, and Brooker in the
le vault. It is not known yet
hether any entries will be made in
e shot put bit Steve will probably,
ke at least.one man for the event.
Although only 32 years of age, Wal-
r Hagen numbers the following
iamplonships in his long list of vic-
wies:
American National Open-1914-1915.
3ritis Open-1922.
French Open-1920.
Metro olitan Open-19f6-1919-1920.
West n Open-1916.
North and South-1918.
West lCoast-1922-1923.
The Fiorida, Massachusetts, New
ork, pastern, Pan-American cham-
onhip and many others.
The freshman Glee club will meet
.7 o'cock tonight in the activities
>om of the Union. This will be the
fst meting of the second semester.
W HITNEY
sAT- MARCH 15
NMTE.

With Thomas Jefferson, Bessie Ba-
con, Charles E. Evans and Last Sea.
4o01's Brilliant Cast.
STHE W YORL
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LFAI)ERSHIPS01 O REDS I
Cincinnati, March l..-- Jack
Hendricks will be named man-
ager of the Cincinnati Reds
within a few days, specil des-
patches from the,training campj
state.' endrieks was to assist
the.ate Pat Moran in the aiaac-
ity of assistant manager.
BOXING URftIL -10 Bt
With the completion of many neces-
sary plans, ?Coach Sullivan, boxing
mentor has announced that the second
annual boxing carnival will be held at
7 o'clock, next Monday -night at Wat-
erman gymnasium. ,
Sully spent much time in Detroit!
last week lining up men for his show
and spared no effort in unearthing the
best calibre that can be found in the
auto city for intercollegiate circles.
The agreements are in the hand§ of
the prospective gladiators at present
and Sully is unable to announce them
to the public. 5
Thirty rounds of the fastest ama-
teur fistics will. be portrayed for theI
approvaf the boxinfans that night,
and to take the latest word from those
who have bhen follwing, the .strs on
the cainpus during- their cli b bfrj;n
novice to capable performers the show
will be a hot one from start to fin-
ish.

DATES ANNOU NOD
Seven Contestants Scheduled To Date,
But Another Game May Be Carded .
By Coach Fisher
IUNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY NINE
TO BE PLAYED IN FIRST GAME
Michigan's annual spring baseball
tiip is ~lheduled to start on April 12
with the University of Kentucky nine
according to the present plans. Thus
far seven games have been arrangd,
I but Coach Fisher is endeavoring to
schedule one more contest.
The Wolverines will meet the Uni-
versity of Georgia team on April 14
and 15, Auburn college on April 16,
Mississippi A. and M. on April 18 and'
the University of Cincinnati squad on
April 21. The first game on the reg-
ular card is with the Michigan Aggies
on April 23.
/ AInfield Work Delayed
Due to the tact that the Union Fair
required the use of the basketball
floor, the work of sawing the court
into sections was not started until
yesterday, and Coach Ray, Fisher will
not by able to use the center of the
field house for infield practice until
the middle of next week.
r The< floor will be cut into 80O seg-
ments, which will be stored sway un-
til needed next year. After te work
on the- t flor is completed, the site
now occupied by the court will be
dgd after which it will ie avail-
le for ;thy diamond squad. ;
Kipke May Report Late
Harry Kipke and George Haggerty,
members of last year's championship
team and Roy Deng have not yet re-
ported for baseball practice. These
three athletes will take a few days of.
rest after the strenuous grind of bas-
ketball, and will probably report the
last of this week. Kipke may be late
in starting due to his knee, which is
not yet fully recovered from the bumpE
it received in the Purdue game'
BwleW To Meet
j saleer day
Although. Michigan's infor al Vai-
sity . 1iig team remains in the .50Q
column they have not lost ope of
gaining the title and are preparing
for their match with Rensale r Poly;
technic Institute at 3 o'clock, thb
afternoon, on the Union alleys,
T i exact personnel of the 'starting
tta is undecided as yet, 'but no
chances gan be taken if the Wol

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Ohio State ...........7
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ILLINOIS MOVES IN ,TO, ,
SECND LEEIN RACE;
Chicago, March 11.--By defeating
Minnesota last night in its final game,
Illinois won either a share in first
honors or undistuted second honors in
the Western Conference basketball
championship, with eight victories and
four defeats. Wisconsin, in third
place , plays Iowa tomorrow and the
season closes with the Wisconsin-
Chicago game Saturday.
Should Wisconsin win both her
games, the three leaders will tie for
first honors; while Purdue, Ohio and,
Indiana will tie for second. If Wis-
consin loses both games, Chicago will
hold the championship with Illinois
second, Purdue, Ohio and Indiana
tied for third and Wisconsin and Mich.-..
igan tied for fourth.
If Wisconsin loses to Chicago but
wins from Iowa, Chicago will have
the title with Illinois second and Wis-
consin in a tie with Purdue Ohio and
Indiana for third. If the Badgers win
from Chicago and lose to Iowa, Chi-I
cago and Illinois will tie for first,
while Wisconsin, Purdue, Ohio 'and
Indiana would be tied for second.
Oregon University I
Bans Intramurals
Eugene, Ore., March 11.-All 'inter-
fraternity athletic contests at the
University of Oregon were barred by
the Interfraternity ~council at a meet-
ing ,jast. night. 4 The Causes given wee
that the amount of good gained by the
participating organizations a. d the
varsity teams did not warrant the
amount of time spent by the fraterni-
ties.
"The freshmen have to bear the lar-
ger burden of the intranmural contest
and it 'is a serious detriment to their
scholastic . wo 'the- eprt of the
council said -

MATHER SuES WI
ENSISWIATO FOUR

c0(s for girls in runs, sprints,
Will Compete in Annual Tank Aii'iiir iumos and hurdles, who broke
Thursday and Friday :it her right ankle two weeks ago,
Nortiwestern Monday broke her left arm when
she fell downstairs, while she
,W, KERR, JOHNSON, _VAk1RE was trying to desc nd on crut-
TO COMPRISE 3IICIGAN REJ AT I ches. -
Varsity swimmers will leave Ann
Arbor today for Chicago to compete
in the Conference swimming chain- RAENT W ESL G
iionships which will take place to-
morrow and Friday under the aus-T
pices of Northwestern university.
Coach Barnes has made his final I
selection of men to carry the Maize More than 100 men will participate
Sand Blue in this meet and he feelsin the fraternity wrestling meet which1
that they will give a good account of which gets underway tonight at
themselves in their respective events.
Northwestern is represented by one Waterman gymnasium.1
of the strongest aquatic squads in The contest promises to be the big-k
college competition and the Purple gest one of its kind in the history of
is generally conceded to have the edge the Intramural department and com-
n t e rest of the f el oWl pletely wipes out the doubt that it
Michigan's relay team will consist would turn out to be a mediocre affair I
of Gow, Kerr, Johnson, and Vaupre. this year.
'his quartet .sank the M. A. C. water Drawings from the first anrd part of1
team in the last meet and it is ex- the second rounds were made at thel
pected that a lively race will ensue Intramural office yesterday afternoon
when Michigan takes the water against and are posted on the, main bulletin1
its opponents. In the 40 yd free board in the office. Fraternity ath-
style Gow and Johnson are entered. letic managers should get the draw-
Gow has been the stellar man of the ings as soon as possible today.
Wolverine squad all season and he is It was impossible to run the draw-
thought to have an excellent chance ings in the Daily as they were too
to pull through in the scoring column. large.
Johnson has placed second to Gow in -
most of the meets this year. Their suits and equipment having
Captain Kearns, who has, been been destroyed in a recent fire, the,
Michigan's most consistent first-place Spokane University baseball team may
winner all season, will take care of appear in overalls this season since
the plunge event. Mielziner and they have not sufficient funds to pur- l
Whittingham, both of-whom have won chase new uniforms.-
first-places, will compete in the breast-
stroke. Kerr, who with Gow, took DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING 1
two first-places last week against M. BIG RESULTS-
A. C. will compete in the back-stroke. ON LITTLE INVESTMENT1
Vaupre is a possible entree in the 220
yd, free style.
Preliminaries and trial heats will
be held on Thursday and final heats
on Friday. With the-niusually high
brand of ompetition that is assured
officials in charge expect that a nun--
ber of Conference swimming records
will be. shattered .
ashington, arch, 11-(Py AP
'nl e natelate ]M1pxnday rfu lsed t
apprQve :an appropriation of $*r0QU ,-
000 to be loaned to arners to .fian e ,
purchases of fertilizers.
Ithaca, N. Y., larch 11.-Acc(ording
1o figjures issued last, atiirdla 22
students were dropne I ,from Cornell -
university because of scholastic fail-
Dailyclassifed for real results

lienrick, Landre, Stegmeir, Kressbach
ReceIve Awards for Basket-
ball Servlces
CO'RT NUMERALS AWARDED TO
15 MEMBERS OF FROSH SQUAD
Four AMA's in basketball and 15
numerals for freshman basketball
were awarded by Coaches Mather and
Fisher. The two mentors collaborated
in picking the yearlings who are to
receive their insignia, as each had
charge of the first-year men for a part
of the season.
Kenrick, Landre, Stegmier and
Kdessbach will be given their AMA's
for their services on the Varsity squad.
These four men put in their best ef-
forts in contributing to Michigan's
basketball year. Landre and Kress-
bach will be back next season: while
the other two men are seniors this
year.
The freshmen who won numerals for
their showing on the yearling squad
are Friedman, Johnson, Harrigan,
Kuenzel, Staggs, Chambers, Rasnick,
Maas, Line, Swan, Hall, Baer, Davis,
MacDougall, and Ellsin. Included in
this list are a number of men who
will be excellent Varsity material
next season.
Purdue Alumnus
Plans Long Flight
Lafayette, Ind., Mar. 11.-Major
Frederick L. Martin, '08, will com-
mand the around-the-world airplane
flight to be conducted under the aus-
pices of the United States army air
service, which starts from Santa Mon-
ica, Cal., March 16. Arrangements
have been made for alumni of Puri
due and other colleges to welcome
him at all possible points on his flight.

Led by captain Duncanson, Delta
Theta Phi took on Phi Sigma Kappa
in the finals of the fraternity bowling
tournament and defeated them, 2642 to
2328 in, one of the best inatche wit-
nessed on the 'Union AIleyAs his .ea-
son.
'j 7s;second ,tine it Tat
Phi nwbn the 'title sinde odwling
was added to the program of In-
tramural sports. They will be award-
ed a silver loving up.
Phi Sigma Kap , although failing
to win tie' cup increased their lead
in the race for the Intramural ath-
letic efficiency cup for the fraterni-
tiesp aed over umpt thetai i t
h eY -. in z i 4th -41 8 hch t by
displaced over Beta Theta Pi in the

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Fr e;Ity ly metlaatia lat h (Aer mes 4r' isplace Minnes~ta fronm
gyhi. ' t iIeeac.
TJle fixsfound , th ; rcaml %a il l" 4i n hockey players will b4e
bowling tournament, singles and i1lu- requited to wear light leather head-
bles, will close at 5 o'clock, this af- I ge V, both jn practice and In regu-
ternoon. All delinquent men will be iArg rsHasa safeguard against a6
thrown out of the ournament as it is cidents, the board of athletic control
(Continued o1.Page Seven) ruled.

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they feel at ease in it-and look
at ease, too, without a suspicion of
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