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Streigth IGiven to Team by Addittoil
of Several Men and Improed
Showing of Others
RAY SWITH, FORMER POINT
WINNER, RETURNS TO SQUAD
Twenty members of the Varsity
track team will leave for Evanston
.this afternoon to attend the Western
Conference indoor meet to be held
Friday and Saturday at Patten gym-
nasium.
Stherstrength of the team will be
greater than was at first predicted
because of the good showing made by
the squad in the trials during the
past two days, and because of the addi-
tion of severai veteran performers to
the list of available men at te lstr
moment.
Smit Returns to Squad}
The-potential strength of the Mich-
igan',aggregktion was greatly aug-
mented with the return of Ra Smith
to the. squad after a semester of inac-
tivity. Last year in the outdoor Con-
ference meet he captured first place
in the high jump and has leaped as
high as 6 feet 2 inches. Dick Doyle,
star center on the basketball squad,
who put the shot over 40 feet last year,
may also make the trip.
Hattendorf, Freyburg and Reinke,
who are entered in the half mile, all
have seen service in big meets and
were members of a two mile relay
team which has won two races against
good competition already this year.
Harry Davis is the only man entered
in tha two'mlle who has madeq Mame
for hmself ii former Big Ten meets
and his tw teammates, Hicks and
Calal .n are expected to maI: ilen "
selver notice this week-end. In the
other:'distane race, the mile, Jack
BQwei will i4 the only veteran while
Mike Reinke sill run the mile in Con-
ferenue com tition for the first time.
Both ,f thes men will be favored to.
take loints.
Th mile elay team composed of
Loomis, Roe er, Purdy, and.Jrtj-
singer will n for the first time as
,: coninatio , not having bee nt r d
in th Illino relays two we~eks ago
Ldomis was rmerly a hurdler while
Roesser is es entially a half-mi ey4ad
was chosen t run the quarter follow-
ing he tria s Tuesday afternoon.
Purdy and F nsinger may also run in
the 449 yard ash.I
Wittman ad Higgins, both veterans
and the former ranked as the fastest
sprinter in the middle West are en-
tered in the dashes and should take
points. Hubbard and Aubrey, both,
of whom have had previous Confer-
ence competition will run in the high
hurdles, while Hubbard and Hulse,
who came into the limelight when
he took fourth in the low hurdles be-
hind Brookins, world's record holder,
in the Illinois relays, will be entered
in the low hurdles.
Michigan v ll be handicapped in the
field ivents both because of the few
performners vwhich she is able to en
tor arrd becaise of the fact that there
will be no. b'oad jump, an event in
which -Hubbard, of Michigan, has n
peer. MacEllven and Smith will take
part un the hlgh jump in which there
will be at ldast six other "six-foot"
jumpers entered. Brooker will again
try to outleap Brownell, of Illinois,
in the. pole vult, while Doyle may be
entered in the weight event.
Tle following men will compose the
More than seventy-five men have
responded to Coach Powers call for
lacrosse candidates,and it is expect-
ed that the-game this year will be
promoted on a bigger and better scale
than ever at the University of Penn-

Vichigan squad: Hattendo>'ff, Teinlke,
Freyherg, Wittman, Higgins- Aubrey,
Loomis, Roesser, Purdy, Feinsinger,
Bowen, Davis, Hicks, Calahan, Brook-
er, MacEllven, Smith and perhaps
Doyle.
ROE ND DOTYTO
GRA gPPLE SATURDA
Both Lads Entered in the Conferencel
Wrestling TournamentI

BADGER ATHLETIC COUNCII
OK's PLANS FOR NEW GY) 1
Madison, Wis., March 12. -
Plans for a .$350,000 combination
field housejand gymnasium for
the , University of Wisconshi
have been aproved by the ath- I
feti eouncil and submitted to
the board of regents, it was an-
nounced at the university today.
The proposed gymnasium calls!
for a seating capacity of 16,-
000, said to be the largest in
the Big Ten Conference. The
field house would care for allI
men's athletic activities.j
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Siil ivan Coiapletes~ Piti s For Anuna
Fistic Carnival i Titt-
erman GymiasinIII
With everything in readiness andj
tickets already more than half sold,{
"Ted" Sullivan is looking forward to

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OFFERS M EY SC H
,JOB AT CENTRE OLLE-:
Richmond, Ky., March 12. -
Robert L. Myers, athletic dire:t-
or of Centre college for seven
years, has been offered the posi-
tion of head coach of the Pray-
ing Colonels' football squal., it
was announced today. At pres-
ent Myers is engagepd in Chau-
tauqua work with office; in Chi-
cago. For several years he
coached the Fort Worth, Tex.,
high school team and won the
state championship twice.

T wo of the foremost i'igures in the often loses his head and becomes ex-
billiard world will display their wiz- ceedingly nervous, thus marring his

Willie Hoppe To Meet Young
Jake Schaffer Here On Mar.

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ardry in Ann Arbor on March 21, game. Against Hoppe, this fact cc
when Willie Hoppe, world's champion tributed to his defeat inasmuch as t
at the 18.2 balklne game and young champion is said to have nerves
ake Schaefer, former champion, will steel, and lets nothing annoy h
j 0k up i1i a -100 pciiilt match to be Schaefer has a high run record
plydin blocks of 200 poinits eali 436, and in one mnatch averaged
t fopp is the most remarkable per- 1-7 for 4000 points.
lormner in the cue game, having held The blocks will be played in the
the championship for some 18 years, 1 ternoon and evening at the Union.
the only break coming a year ag' ~-~-~
when Schaefer wrested the title fronWisconsin till
him in the annual tournament. Hoppe
(haIlelnged his conqueror to a return In Big Ten Ra
imatch and regained his crown. In

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a most successful boxing carnival
which will be held at 7 o'clock, Mon- S2 irit Manifeted

at Chicago
ROSE EXPECTED TO ILACE The: third round of the all-campus,
MIGH IN YEAR'S LAST MATCH foul shooting tournament will be held
At 7 o'clock, tonight at Waterman gym-,
~ Michigan will be represented in the ,nasium; The scores made in this
Conference wrestling championships round, totaled with those made in the
Saturday at -Chicago by Rose, a 4twaprevious -nes, will be the final
Stb score for each participant.-
pounder, and Doty, who will grapple At present C. Yeakey is leading the
in the 115 pound division. van':by a irmargin. In the pre-j
These men will leave for the Windy liminary round he threw 37 straight
City on Friday with' 'oach Barker and since then has missed but few.,
who has been working with them in All men who failed to throw their
special preparation for the champion-; second round can make up the ab-
ships. Both contestants are in good sence along with the third round to-
condition and Barker is certain that night.;
both will put up their best match of1
the year. Owing to the large size of the wrest-
Rose a Consistent Winner ling schedule for the fraternities, it:
Rose, who has been a consistent# will be impossible to announce it inI
winner all year, is looked upon as a The Daily. In order that all men ap-t
good enough man to come .through pear on time and meet as scheduled.
with a title for his event. He has it is imperative that they call the In-
earned more points than the rest of tragiura offle th e,next morning after
'ihis teammates combined Nand hii the they have westled for their next
various bouts of the season has de- match.
faed,,og o ffhp. besst ,eeg in; -the yt _-- -
bference.basketball will be played tonighta
Doty won Michigan's first wrestling but important games are scheduledI
match of the year when he pinned for tomori vkifng's entertainment.
Miller of Purdue in 45 .econds. The The contests will be announced to-I
last few ieets have s 'Doty wrest- morrow.
ling in the 125 pound class due to thet
withdrawal of Karbel from the squad. First round matches in the all-ca 1p- I
us bowling tournament were compiet-j
QOing p tthe illess of. 9rpgi I#'c y ste day. The second round
tbehicbedule a ntohhlbetwbOiuliiimand s hedule swill appear in tomorroew's
Reilly for the championship of the Daily.
idtes iisi .ofthe, amp
1 t ramen hs been p 1 efni-ltals dethe fraternity eight
until 2:30 o'clock next Saturday af- j lap relay meet will be held a 7
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day night in Waterman gymnasium.
It is expected that tne coming show
will surpass last year's in every res-1
pect, as the men are in first classI
shape and the bouts will be much fas-
ter and more scientific than last year.
Thirty fast roundis Nwill be offered
to the fans and to take Sully's word
for it they will not be one sided affairs,
as he has taken great pains in select-
ing the out of town men as well as the
most capable from his classes.
Sullivan will be in the ring as ref-
eree and head announcer and willl
open the evening's festivities with a
fast mix-up between two 90 poundI
progidies which he has under his
wing. They are shifty and are inter-'
collegiate stars in the making.
The lightweight champion of D. J.j
C. will meet Nagie in one of the bouts.
Nagie's opponent is still in doubt as
the tournament for the lightweight'
championship of D. J. C. has not been
completed as yet.1
Another battle will be staged be-
tween Smyser and a boy to be select-
ed by the D. J. C. coaches. McKechnie,
a favorite with fans for the last two.
years, will show his stuff. The bout;
may be between a Michigan man or
an out of town opponent, injuries to
some of the stars preventing a defin-
ite, announcement.
"Chin" ESmall and Vickenson are
slated for a royal time. in tlhree
rounds as are many other of SulN's
proteges..
Freshmn wrestlers should sign up4
for; the wrestling tournament for the
yearlings as soon as possible.

By Farrell's Men 1 l1: years tourney, lie ied with Wel-

The following notice to members of
the Varsity track team was posted on
the bulletin board in the locker room
at Yost field house last Thursday.
Michigan will be under a great
handicap when it contests for Western
Conference honors with Iowa, Illinois,
Wisconsin, and the lesser lights of
the Big Ten this week-end because of
lack of practice and only a super-
abundance of "fight" will win for the
Wolverines.
This notice is a good example of the
spirit which animates the squad on the
eve of its biggest struggle of the in-
door season.
VARSITY TRACK MEN
Next Friday and Saturday eve-
nings Michigan will strive to re-
tain the Western Conference In-
door Track and Field Chamnion-
ship. Th'e outcome of this meet is
up to you. Due to the fact that
we are not as strong in some
events as we were last year it is
up to every one to do all that he
can. Even fractions of a point
count as we discovered l.st
spnrim
It g therfore alvivule, de-
{'pite- the Union F r tihat mem-
bers of the squad rmain in shutpe
an(l obtain plenty of sleep over
the week-end and the days follow-
i:g T is the biggest meet of

ful phenom in the playoff. Coch-
ran thea challenged the champion but,
was again beaten by the sensational
a ld consistent play of the title holder.
S havefer is the sion of "01 Jake"
k chaefer, Who once held the Ititle' now
resting with loppe. The .old star
taught his son the game, who develop-
ed into a player of extraordinary abil-
ity. When at his best, Schaefer is in-
vincible; at his worst he is easy for1
the more consistent players. The im-
petuosity and eagerness of youth is
the one great handicap of the young
wizard. In an important match he
the indoor season and it is essen-
tipR that you sacrifice your pleas-
ures so that you nay be in the
best possible condition to do your
bit for Michigan and for "Steve"
Farrell.
HAP. HATTENDORF.

Madison, Wis., Mar. 12-Wisconsin
remained in the running for Big Ten
basketball honors here last night by
defeating Iowa, 36 to 26.
If the Baugers win their final game
with Chicago next Saturday, three
teams-Illinois, Chicago and Wiscon-
sin-will be tied for the championship.
Entries are being accepted for the
annual all-campus wN stling tourna-
ment, which will start soon at Water-
man gymnasium under the direction
of Coach Barker. Men who wish to
can report to Coach Barker at the
wrestling mat in the gymnasium for
instruction until the time of the meet.
-Much valuable information and many
important points can be learned by
attending the/classes which Botcher is
directing for the freshmen and men
not on the Varsity squad.
Daily classified for real results.

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