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George Hager ttar for-s
FO ANUL HO 1 ward on Mliega's court squad T O C I~ R
X1 Bo l On Scledle For Monday dmadeg11Infieltsr Expected'toeProv
" igbt: utslde Tatlent course of the seasn, accrdi VeteranInfintayrofExpeenoPrv
Tberfoin ~~~to oar *attl~w le nuo antyoGen?
ToPromal Ik >ds' crdi 14WyjiSqad
TN'IR COLLEGE STARS 115, putting him below, Pesek of TEMWL AE OERO
Cunningham of Ohio State.___
Coach 'Ted Sullivan iut his pro- Sprrading of Purdue. leads with Gerg ' Iaggerty, second basemani
0e8 through their final *rkout last 128 pollts and third tgnemau on last yers
ht, and,-all arrangements have been I_________________Championship Varsity baseball team
Mpleted for the second annual box-- reported for practice for the first time
Sshow which will be held Monday this season yesterday afternoon
ht at Waterman gymnasium. Eleven Countries Coach Fisher is counting on George I
Most of the participants in the show and Harry Kipke, the two veteransj
irked yesterday afternoon, and judg- After Davis,' Cup~j.. who wil be on the line of defense
from the ability displayed by the this spring, to give the less experi-
na who were in the ring the affair Announcement has been made by enced members of the nine valuable
Inday ight will be a success. The the United States Lawn Tennis asso- assistance in the way of steadiness
xers are anxious to do their best ciation of the receipt of challenges and encouragement. H-aggerty and
please the onlookers, and plenty for the Davis cup from Spain and Ru- Kipke will prove to be of more mat- t
action seems assured. mania. Both request to be drawn in eial aid to the team, however, asT
ren boats are cardled for the show, the European zone of 'preliminary both mhen are high-class performers. v
ht, of which will be between mitt play. This brings the total number Coachr Fisher is not decided as to a
ngty, wohilae tee wlncludteut- of entries for the inAgrnational trophy where he wil use George this season, o
rsity whie thee wll iclud out as he has not yet had the opportunity c
le tale t. A specialty encounter to eleven. The other countries en
LI rilg tgeter wo 0 pundte red are Ireland, India, France, Brit- , to look over his new material under b
l riesftotser theocityoand ihIls e eln n utai.fire. Wherever he is placed, hwever,
nebes: romoutsde he ityandishIsls, Nw Zalad an Autraia.Haggerty will give a good account of e
~ Der~i JuiorCollege boxers will All of the eleven with the exception of hnsl n ilb elastt
ck up"against men licised by suiUV Autralka ;l ill play ther'.eininaton~ Fishers aggregation. Having just c
a fromd his string. 'games in Europe. Unless some of the finished the basketball season, George fr
Outsiders to Fighlt other countries enter~ in the Arieriaan r~ in excellent shape, and his training c
)ne of the bouts employing'out ide tone the Aitipodeans will not have o will only be a matter of getting his a
Ent ill bring together "red" play a match until the winner of theeyontebladbcmigcu-o
yes f etoi ad Irt of Mc Ii-, Xuropean aoe. i detemined. Jaun toed to trie game after his'labors e
, These two men will fight at35 undoubtedly will play in the American on the court. Kipke will pobably
ands. 'Meyers is the pick of the zone if she enters, as also will Can- report in a week or ten days. Harry's
nior College tea, while Hart 1s ada. knee is still a trifle stiff and FisherI
able of putting on 'a real fight. The entry of Spain lends great in- wants him to-wait until he ,is in per- n
the other, Michaels will clash with terest to the European play as it is fet shape before starting work. t
rcoitz on o Sulivn' bet btsunderstood that Manuel and Jose Al-OfPactice at the field house consists c
125 pounds.: Michaels is an experi-o h same routine work that '.has et
ed boxer, and will have the edge onso will return to Spain in the spring
Marcowtz in this respect, but the to represent their country both in the been going on since the squad turned b
~hign mn i a ed-eadd srap inerntioal lasic nd n te Oym-out, namely batting pratice. The can- e
chian an s are-hededscrp-,ntrnaionl cassc nd n te Oytn !didates are smacking the pill with ti
rwith a tantalizing Ieft-handed pies. The Alonsos came to this oun- graeuaiy n rsn rs
le, much like that of Sid Barbarian,1 try to take up their residence here grectsrepoityonsomestork-whe
iDetroit lightweight who gives the and did not play for Spain, although letesquadoind somup iatperodofhib-n
it men, in the country a hard run in had the Spanish team won the Euro- ernation and moves to the outdoor c
135 pound class. He looked ipod Tien fi nal it4 was the intention of Mlawl- diamond.
his w rkout yesterda," nd is sure uel Alonso to play on the team that The, work 9fl removing the 4asket- t
put oa an excellent bout. toutl¢ facg. txexlericau zone..: in r;ball foo 'l ogressing rapily, and
)lcin~n ad SallT~l ~in~s S~~hswad etd bk *tabe' in te fFisher's lan will probably l able
lire" rks in the light-heavyweight European zone final, thiree matches to to stari ldpaic by th'l latterp
iton. Bloth boys arei5tiwo y~s's'. ' c 9 > ek. h
Ihydifferent styles 6 ~bb tg t3 t."' te t' ek lf
ch s ould make their set-to in- Montreal, Canada, r March 14.-"Vote J. j1 ' ,e 4 Meredith set hIt first
estin Small has a stiff left intelligently" is the slogan of the I orhff4 tecor iiat the Olympic games .
ich h rasses is opponent when- spring elections at pGill college. I in Stockholm when he ran t e 800=
r he les to rush, while Dickinson , metres in 1 minute 51.9 secnis.
ffect e with either mitt, although "Jimmie the adtaker" sells anythingI
pun is not too stiff. His de-qucl.Av Patronize Daily Advertisers.-dv.
se is ood, and he is fast with his icy-Av
rniver 'ity athiletes wilL ~3fn~
r n ihs in the 135-pound divis-
W ker and Handy -will collide gr, r.,r tr.
'ne ile Nagy and ~ aii 4 re in bi :f : u. /_
card:for the other. Handy is ar
t,shi y lad with astifffa :,v aop'r , *l 4M'iy
er h *d. Walker is as as 114hi
wrnen has plenty of fight and good
rural quipment. Nagy and Sklar
,both uilt close to the ground, and
stocky, husky lads. They boxedl
rounds together yesterday andry
t on a good fight. They are evenly 1 4 may
tched and both like to mix it up. t
McKechuile On Card
'all mets Slusser in the 125-pound4
int, while Bloom and Kamin will
ow the gloves in one at 155 pounds.
se four men did not work out yes-"J
day, as they have been going
ough their 'paces at a tough clip
week and do not care to run any
6nces of going stale before the bell
Inds fr r their bout Monday night.
Itliec inie and Smyser will mixf
ters t 155 pounds in what should
on~e of the feature bouts of. he! g
d.kechnie Met Wolonit i 4n
years show and those fans whot
q ,he esulting battle hive no -jorr-
ten t great exhibition put n by 1
tw middle-weights. In the Stetsons are uesigneu for young
t-Flatman bout at 150 pounds, the logtn
s wlllihave the opportunity to wit- men-"tney are alogtm
sthe ame two boys who furnishedj
of tae -best scraps on the card growing old.'
"1}e first bout will start promptly

'harles Paddock, sensational dash -" S N HT
hdnth10,20an30yad'T-, olds world's record in six events
lies and the 100, 220, and 300 metre Styled for young iment
Jimmnie the adtaker" sells anything
ckly.-Adv. AIM"on10 o n

ILI.I k Na IoosWu? r IEv


Illinois and Indfiana were tiedr
for the Big Then wrestling title
fat the endl of the regular esn
The Hoosiers won all six meets
in which, they took part; while II-
linois capt~zred f;ive dlual meets.
Sarpalina, of Chicag;o. was high
point winner during the regular
season with 22 noints. JTames, t
of Iowa, andl Steele, of' Ohio,
b oth took: 21 points in corn pet~i-
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0. T. C. Marksmen
Shoot oday-

took a rest yesterdayatc' nlay
will enter today's egrn~ie4
i ith the Illinoisyalnsinp1t
This will be the firs,:t*turn this sc^-.
son that the 1927 athletesc ha ye '-
formed in competition, cand the reurs
of the meet will be ace wt n
terest, as the frosh tr1a^ckatar are
be~ng counted upon tofi'lupti,
ranks of the Va rsity leamn which wl
b~e somewhat depleted bly the gradu-
ation of a nuinber of the present sa
this spring.

Enter Olympics
T~e~e isa oi~,tntl groing i
oa; ith of the cout Football clubs
have ee doubled i number in1re
c :at; yearsand ~ Ilmny of tlhem 1are en-
in futu1e OlIc lgsae ,.})'l
t. yl Mdid Fo? ilt Iotlt0cl1b1ha
I; rov:ide for a thoroughly mc'i-
cm ahltc ln with aecombmodla-
tiosifr ll raches of hld and
C'k gines and a " siMnI"n1001 for"
aquatic zSn .loe rts.v
ofc c 'ilis an the t. our ile re-
:i es.at Chicag o last SepItembu;,r.
Patonize lDaily Advertisers.---Adv.

Dr. Mayaiid his asis tants are busry
every afternoon training their gym
Iclas~ses for a. series of exhibitions that
ciare to be held during the end of this
'month and the first week in April.
Mlass wrestling, boxing, and fencintg
ares the chief points of interest in the
forthcoming programs and these de-
partments of the regular gymnasium
work combined with individual exhi-
b:itions of gymnastics will form the
ba.ckground of an elaborate system of
drills and exhibition exercises that.
hzave been scheduled. Tn cornunetio'n
withl the m1ass~ work: will be held sev-
erail bouts of individual boxing and
w-irestling and all who are interested
In these lines of sport are asked to re-
nortf to Dr. Mlay and Coach Botchin,
1[reshnian wrestling mentor.
IDick 1Shultz, formecr Varsity pitcher,
,hvs b"en put in charge of gymnastics
mu z-me in inten1din1g to g-ive exhibition~s
t in this field should report to hime as
sooni as possible for definite instrue-
tion1s c oncerniing the carnivals.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Atty.

Three Western rifle teams will comn
,etc with the local R. 0. T. C. rifle
,arn today in a telegraphic shoot.
These teams will represent the Uni-
ersity of Indiana, University of Iowa.,
ind the University of Cincinnati. All

)f them: are said to rank high among! Coach yHoyt is making noprd-
,ollegiate rifle teams, Iowa being the tions as to the outcome of the en -
est of the three. ,cutr u ugn o h ii1l
Seven matches out of nine have been=cunter, byutheugigWolvrinte arks
raptured by the R. 0. T. C. pistol club,.ugu yteWleiefrtya
V present the gallery facilities of tihe mn twl tlatb necei
cub are far from adequate but judging y close affair. The ii1ni boa.,t01a
om the interest that the sport has exceptionally strong f'resh squadili
reated both in the Il': 0. T. C. andi year, and their yearlings came>>trough.r:
among the student bodty in general the' with °a win over the f' sbmn01 JaWl
ificials in char'ge expect that. betterI university in a meet that wavf tre
!quipment will 'soon be in order. I by some goo<l recordls. I1he (~it
er, half, and one mile runs, the.,It--
Guensberg Winis Tourniey dians are strong, and their entries in
Edgar A. Guensberg, '24, twice win- I the pole vault -and high jump are capl-
er of the annual all-campus billiard able of excellent work. Hloyt's mn
ournament, recently annexed his third should, take the 50 yard dlash, p,.robabl1,y
,nsecutive title by going through sev- the hurdles, mile, two mile, andalhE
yn matches without; a defeat. Guens- put.
)erg wlil receive a silver cup present- Inm the high jump, it i, hard to pl'0-
Al by Huston Bros. for winning the (udiet the outcome, a.s Kaoof I1-~
t~e. Ilinois, and Weeks, of i1 :!,t :;:, are
Madison, Wis., March 14.-Commit-bohcplefdinbetrhasx
:es have been appointed and plans feet. The mile relay is also an1 u1r1-
,ompleted for the European Student certain quantity. The Indians t ripped
lelief drives to be held: March 17-24 at the distance in 3:35 1-5 ,againstIoa
.e >University. of Wisconsin. which is fairly goad imefor feh
men. H'oyt' mnnhave rnot r-yth
Cambridge, Ma_:rch 14.--Original ex- even't for somenime nwilk tzthie triaI:, 6
}ese andi subsequent maintenance their ability is litt le knohwn.
as put a, crimp in the plans on foot --
'r a golf course for H-arvard tmen.;-' Patronize Daaily 'Adcvertis'ers.-Av.1r


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