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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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INDIANA MAT SQUAD EASILY TAKES T lfAP1
CONFERENCE WRESTLING HONORSULI
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Beta Theta . Pi's victory was the re-0 u aio f t e othernH U
.u ftue elimination of the other
GC5 teams tha t were entered.
Lawrenlce S. Roth «was high man of
the gamxe, scoring five field goals, and
one foul for a total of 11 points.
Kerr, of the Betas, and Neisch, of
the Sigma Nus, were both put out on BILLIAT
personal fouls.

SEATS SRHEFFER
ILY IN FIRST BLOCK

rell Works With Shot Putters as
Men Prepare For Trials
Against Yearlings
ICHES SEARCH FOR JAVELIN
HROWER FOR MAIZE AM) BLUE
eve Farrell gave the Varsity track
1 a rest yesterday afternoon while
end Charlie Hoyt worked with the
putters and the freshman team.
afternoon three events will be
off between the Varsity and the
hman tracksters.
3 o'clock a one mile race will
un between Bowen Reinke, Griff-
and Hicks running for the Var-
and Hornberger and Jung for the
hmen. At 3:15 the Varsity two
squad consisting of Davis, Cala-
.Mason, and Rearick will run
ast Baker and B iggs of the
iman squad. At 3:30 Loomis,
ly, Feinsinger and Roesser will
the quarter against Douglas, Lei-
t, and Shipman.
Should Be Fast
e one mile run should be hotly
ested inasmuch as both Jung
Hornberger are capable of prac-
ly as much speed as any men on
Varsity. The two-mile should go
e Varsity however as Davis and
han have both made much better
than the two* yearlings. Both
r and Briggs can do around 10:05
he Varsity may be forced to drop
ce or two. The quarter mile will,
ably be the Varsity's although
:las of the freshmen is a pretty
performer.
pile the rest of the Varsity was
ng yesterday the shot putters got
lot of good work. Doyle of the
ity, and Munns and Stuart of the
hman squad were tossing the
around 40 feet with consistenty.
. of the trio keep eligible for an-,
- year Michigan will have little
ar in the event. This year the
erines have failed to take. -
e point in the shot, Doyle having
come out a day or so before the
I left for the Big Ten Indoor
last Saturday.1
Need Jaielin Thrower .
e coaches continue to look for a
javelin thrower and are putting
f dozen men tlirough their paces:
afternoon in an attempt to un-
a winner for the event. Now '

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WINNMt TIE A)M4 I'OIIEI Tr( tOME
FRM EA R IN LPH lLL Fi(GIT
Beta Theta Pi won the interfrater-
nity basketball championship by (e-
feating Sigma Ni 23-13 in the last
game of the tournament on Thursday
night.
Sigma Nu, who held the champion-
- ship for the last two years, led at the
end of the first half 6-3 but in the;
second half they tried to play an of-
fensive game and the Beta forwards
broke through their defense. Beta{
Theta Pi scored all but one of theirj
I field goals in the last half of the
game.
The lineups and summary follow: -
Beta (23) Sigma Nu (13o
(L. Roth.........R.F. .......... BaconI
Sheppard.......LI..........Merner
R. Roth .........C.........NeischI
Rice.........R.G.......... MartinI
Kerr ............ L.G........... Nixon
Field Goals-Beta Theta Pi: L.
Roth 5, R. Roth 3, Sheppard 2; Sig-
ma Nu: Merner 2, Bacon, Neisch, Mar-
Fisher, heavyweIght, Wilson, 175 tin.
Free Throws-Beta Theta Pi: R.
ds; Capt. Kcontz, 135 pounds. Left Roth 1 out of 3, L. Roth 1 out of 2,r
! Rice 1 out of 2; Sigma Nu: Bacon 1
out of 4, Merner 1 out of 4, Martin I ;
Indiana has won 31 out of 42 houts, out of 4, Mern 1 out of 4 ' i
and has scored a total of 98 points to out of 6, Nixon 1 out of 2.j
its oppoes' 28 Thea ~Jofosin tm Substitutions-Beta Theta Pi Ular-
its opponents' 23. The 111,oosier team..~I
has in its heavyweight v-restler, Fish- rack for Kerr, Catrow for Ularra'ck;
er, a man who wears trunks bigger Sigma Nu: Dillman for Neisch, Allen
than Jess Willard 's:Jack Reynolds, for Dillman.
world's welterweight wrestling chan- Referee-- Beukema. Unpire-Yea-
pion, coached the team. key.
WA LK-OVER'S FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY\

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Playing before a crowd of some
' 250 billiard fans, Willie Hoppe world's
champion 18.2 balkline champion took
the measure of Jake Schaefer, former
champion with 330 points against 122
yesterday afternoon at the Union.
In beating the former champion,
On to ; f the ever growing agi- Hoppe displayed some of the best bill-
tation to standardize the golf ball as iards ever seen in Ann Arbor and his
a means of bettering and perhaps beautiful shots were a delight to the
"saving" the game, comes the sugges- enthusiastic audience. The champion
tion tha t the golf cup be enlarged from was especially effective in his hand-
four and a half inch-.~ -o six inches. ling of masse shots and his long runs
The idea put forward is that putting were made by skillful placing of the
is made too important a part in the balls on the table, at which art he is
game-that the putter is brought into a master.
mere use than any other club. This Schaefer was somewhat handicapped,
agitation has its merits. No one de- because of his well-known restless-
nies that the green plays a cQminat- ness and inability to hold himself in
ing part in the game. But let's go hand at all times. After Hoppe had
slow on these changes. Golf has mnade a run of 33 points, in the third
reached the pinnacle in popularity inning, the former champion went out
and nothing should be done at this with a blank score. The longest ruff
time to check its growth and increas- of the afternoon was 125 niade by
ing favor. Hoppe in the fifth round and was
----followed by a 56 by Schaefer, the
We once knew a bush leaguer latter's longest rup.
'who told the hove town folk he After the match both players gave
might not be good enough to win exhibitions of fancy shots and pres-
a regular berth on his first try- ented the spectators with plenty op-
out. But he died. portunity for appreciative applause.
The counts for the seven rounds of
Here's one for the book. Johnny tl match were as follows:
Butler played third base for Wichita Hoppe Schaefer
in the Western league last season. A 20 19
few weeks ago the announcement was 32 9
made that he might be moved to short- 73 0
stop the coming season. Whereupon 22 25
Mr. Butler asked for more coin with 125 56
the statement that playing short was 0 13
a "tougher job" than playing third. 26 x
Can't beat that. Total--300 122
Anzol Firnn TH lptz FPrta 4~mafso4 ^iV ^1 .-ts

Bottom row--Reed, 145 pounds; Swain, 138 pounds; Lel1r, 58 pounds ;
pounds; Muimby, heavyweight.
Top row-Mount, 115 pounds; E . Held, 126 pounds; Hoffman, 135 pou ik
insert, Coach Jack Reynolds; Right in - ert, Assistant Coach (Omar Held.
Bloomington, Ind., March 21.-With fell before the powerful Hoosiers.
six victories and no defeats, Indiana Hoffman, Mumby and Swain went
University has finished the season through the season without a single
with a perfect record in the Western defeat. A number of the Hoosier'
Intercollegiate -Conference. Ohio I wrestlers are expected to be success-
State, Purdue, Chicago, Michigan, ful in try-outs this month for the
Michigan Aggies, and Northwestern, American Olympic wrestling team.
Intramural Track And Field
Meet Scheduled Monday Night
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-~Jmie heUamker" sells anythiing
qulckly.- Adv.

Co'ning right at you,

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- Varsity track and field athletes of'
future years will display their pro-
Ness in the annual intra-mural meet
in Waterman Gymnasium next Mon-
day and Wednesday nights.
Among the 250 or ore entries an-
hnounced: from the office of Elmer D.
Mlitchell, direictor of intra-mural ath-
letics, are included the entire fresh:-

in the latter event as desired, members
of the winning team being awarded
the jersey a4nd numerals.
Harvard to Begin Grid Practice
Cambridge, March 21.-Spring foot-
ball' iractice at Harvard w ,ill begin
April 21, as announced by Coach Fish-
er at a meeting of the football can-
didates. Malcolm W. Greenough will
be captain of next year's team.

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he basketball floor has been re-
d trom the field house,the ien
,be to throw the wand in the big,
Aure afte-e the baseball and food- -
ractices have finished. Howard
nan, '24M, National 4. A. U.
pion last year and a former Var-1
javelin thrower is helping the'
es instruct the men. He will al-
r out for the Olympics this sea-
an injury to his knee which In-
d some time ago does not hinderj
Indiana Hospital to Open
omington, Ind., March 21.-Riley
rial hospital, named after the
ir poet, will be ready for occu-
r by Sept 1 and will be capable
ating 3,500 children annually.

men track squad which is being coach-,
by Chuck Hoyt, varsity trainer and
freshmen track coach
The meet isone thiiv ita
championships. 'Toan thiete 'corifr
four points in the meet, track jer-
seys with numerals will be award-
ed. First, second, third and fourth -
places will be scored in each event.-
Such freh1imen athletes as Hester
and Leschinsky in the sprints, Lasser
in the hurdles and Stewart and Munz
in the weights assure a high brand
ofcompetition in the all-campus I
championships. The marks, in fact,
will far surpass those made in the re-1
cent inter-fyaternity track and field
meet in which there was an entry ofI
260 men from 31 fraternities.
Preliminaries are the program for .
Monday night. The finals will take
place Wednesday night. Entries are?
received until the night of the prelim-
inaries, and all non-varsity athletes
on the Michigan campus are eligible.
The events of the meet are as follows:
50 yard dash,, 440 yard dash, half mile
run, mile run, two-mile run, high
jump, broad jump, pole vault, shot put,
65 yard high hurdles, 65 yard low hur-
dies, and interclass two-lap relays.
Each class may enter as many teamsl

FRESHMAN BASKETBALL

All members of the All-fresh-
man basketbal team who were
awarded numerals and who have
not been measured for jerseys
are expected to report at Yost
field house for measurements
as soon as possible.I
E. J. MATHER,
Coach.
FRESHMAN BASEBBALL
All battery candidates for
the freshman baseball team are}
expected to report at 2:30 o'-
clock Monday afternoon at Yost
field house. All men must furn- -
ish their own cuipment. I
E. J. MATH ER,
Coach. }
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interpreting the latest styles
has just come in.
We offer thcm for your at-
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cl men who have not been
icticing with the Varsity
immers but vho intend com-
out for swimming next fall,
urged to report a little be-
e 5 o'clock, March 24,, 25, 26
d 27 at the Y. M. C. A.,,to
rk out defects in their form.
is is particularly advisable
those intending to swim a lot
s summer.
GERALD BARNES,
Coach.

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he man who buys a Stetson be-.
cause of its style later discovers
the long wearing qualities which
make stetson the choice of well.
dressed men-everywhere.

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Spring Days-
NEW TOPCOATS!
Tweeds, Cravenetts,
Gabardines
The prices are lower.~ The quality bet-
ter than ever before. These are ideal
spring coats. Good for either raincoats
or for ordinary top coat wear. Buy now
while the selection is complete.

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most practical garment on
sale.

Shoes
Hightops, Packs, Army
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