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>rnell Makes IGood Showig Against 4:35 3-5. The quarter mile run was
Yale In Dual Meet also taken by Yale in slow time, :53
a r jy 4flat. The best that Cornell could do
in the hurdles'was to take a third and
RRELJ WIL , ICK SQUAI) Hubbard should have little difficulty
our i TIP THiS AFTERSOON in beating out Kneen, the best Ithac-
an entry. The low hurdles however
Coach StOve Farrell has been keep- were won by Jaeger of Cornell in :08
g the VarsIty track team in the 3-5 and Hubbard will havy to step
.rk-In regard to who will make the l to pass him,
ip to Ithaca to meet Cornell in the I Weak In Jumps!
tal meet Saturday night. As a re- Cornell proved rather weak :n the i
It every member of the squad has thigh jump and the pole vault. Schopp
emworking out in earnest in order of Yale took the vault at 12 and Brook-
convince Steve of his ability and the er, who does 12 feet 6 inches consist-
uad will be in good shape when it ently should have little difficulty in
parts Friday afternoon. The names i downing Wilson of Cornell whose
those making the trip will be post- best attempt was 11 feet 6 inches.
today Poppell and Bradley of Cornell tied
TeniLeaves Friday I for second place in' the high jump at
Ac ording to the intinerary the team 5 feet 10 inches and .both Smith and
11 deve Ann Arbor 'at 3:29 Ann Ar- McEllven of Michigan should better
r 1 me Friay- afternoon,, arriving in their marks.~
iffalo at 10 o'clock .Friday night. The one-mile relay whose result
e squad Will stay at. the Statler decided the meet Saturday. night was
tel in Buffalo Friday night and will slow, Yale winning in 3:34:01 and
ac. Ithaca ,l Qrtly after. noon Sat- Michigai may be able to take the
day. On the return trip the squad measure of Moakleys quartette if the
11 leave 1thca at 4:37 a: n. Sunday members of Steve's newly organiz-
d :will xeach Ann Arbor that after- ed team lve up to thie performances
on. While in Ithaca the headquar- which they hivp given in practice ses-
s swill be at the Ithaca Hotel. ions lately. It is probable that the
Thi'composition .of the- squad still Michigan mile-'elay team will be com-
mains a matter of conjecture but it posed of two quarter milers and as
liltely that at least 21 competitiors many half milers, all four of whom
11 zbe taken. The Ithaca squad lost will be entered in the individual
close fought dual meet to Yale last events.
turday night 62-51, and because of
good showing Steve will probably
rb every available point winner .Freshmn en Given
iom he can muster this week-end.
veral events in which Michigan is Trai, Nu bers
atively powerful are weak spots for
e Big Red team and the Wolver-
s will put as many men in those Coach Hoyt has announced his se-
eits as possible. lections of men who are to receive
The two-mile run went to Yale in numerals for good work shown during
d slow time of 10:14, the fastest' the indoor track season just complet-
rnell man coming in second and ed.
smuch as Steve, ;as three two-m- The numeral jer s have been
s who can rti9:.15 ti tripwil
mak thocne p.Te :5hl mtru awil rded ni bosidekation of real abil-n
make the tn Thehel mie run ity evidenced throughout the season
nt to Bernard of Cornell in 2:0, an 'fir ep lgr and consistent at-t
d1 Michigan will proirabryT yti m ~iin~et ,', aiypace. o-
an entered in this 'eeht althoughte it #e daily practices. Fob
ve plans for the one-mile relay lowing is the list of men to receive
y interfere with enteri a 1iny t e awar : Briggs, Baker, Coving-
n in the event. All t . ther tti,-£i.ougas Gobbs, Hester, Hart,
ints promise to be close fought and Hornberger, Huebler, Huff, Jung, Kop-
Ithacans because of their strength lin, Leshinsky, Lasser, Lovett, Muell-
-man, Stoddard, Stewart, Voelker,
S' TI:1L~lSl _ 'Walsh Wtalk, Week
n the shot-put Bowen of Cornell
de a heave of 44 feet 2 inches while Greencastle, Id., March 25.-Eight
Glenwwitz also of Cornell took sec- varsity basketball meg were voted
% place r p f f e fe. D Y1 the "I' " by e eptav athleti
Michig Il l t oing; w4l to co board.,ft,
t eithe irst gr secend place in
s event because of' the small New York, March 25:-Columbi
omnt of practice which he has had. waterpoloists downed Princeton in a
e 75 yard dash went to Russell of spectacular game 38-15.
rnell in 07 3-5 and he is likely to
'e Wittman, Michigan's ace a hard
dichigan will probably enter two
n in the mile run as a result of the BIG RESULTS-
wiug which Cornell made againstI
le. The Bulldog runners took first ON LITTLE INVESTMENT
c1 second places in the slow time of

Will Meet

At Cornell

omore RunnRlays--frosh Lits A doing 2:54 1-2
r 4Iand frosh Lits B doing 3:01 1-5, both
.3.akzes Gbhod Mlar-ks ualified. The results of the hurdles
[~ LbflflV pHVIElare final and they are as follows:
I'10j Voelker, first; Waltz, second; Prout,
/11 N tei IiM x ' By ouernx;g v

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"Hurry Up" Says kick Will Still be
Favored on Tr-y for Extra
Coach Fielding 1. Yost, when ques-;
tioned yesterday regarding the recent
changes in football rulings, declared
that the revisions are comparativelyj
"The change in the kick-off position
from the sixty yard line to the fifty
yard line is practically equalized by
removing the use of the tee," said the
coach. "Without the use of a tee, it
will not be possible to obtain as high'
a kick-off as was possible before,
.but the team kicking off will be able3
to get down the field more quickly be-
cause of the ten yards gained in the
change in position of the kick-off.
"The kick-off position is now in the
middle of the field, as it was when I
played football. In those days the
playing field was 110 yards in length,
and the kick-off took place on the 55
yard line.
"Regarding the chance in line of
play after goal from the five yard line
to the three yard line, the only point
is that there will be a greater num-
ber of plays possible than was thej
case last season. In college football,
five yards at the goal line means a
whole lot, so last'season nearly all of}
the plays after touchdowns were kicks.'
With the distance cut down to three
yards there is a much greater possibil-
ity of putting through a line buck, a
pass,.or a run. In fact the possibil-
ities in figures are approximately two
in one for completing a pass, three in
one for a run, and five in one for a
"Th1e kick for point after touchdow i
will still be favored, however; it is
much easier to ,kick than to take a
chance on a buck, run, or pass."
Coach Tad Wi an, also sov io im-
portant effects in the new ruling s.
"What one side gains by changing
the kick-off line is lost by abolishing
the tee," he stated, "and the only f-I
feet of the three yard line play afterj
goal is to' afford a wider range of
New York, March 25.-Only forty
track men reported to coach Carl°
Merner of Columbia for practice for

With the conclusion of the frater-
Having had sufficient time to ob- h nity wrestling tournament this week
serve through experience the rules comes the end of the winter athletic
and regulations necessary to oper- 'season for the fraternities. The class
ation, the committee in charge of dir-
ectuig activities in the field house, of schedules are feWv and will wind-up
which Coach Tad Wieman is head, hac wthin the next few days.
ormulate(l a set of rules which will All eyes are turned toward spring,
be put into effect immediately. which will be the last lap in the race
Spectators at all times, including for the all-around athletic efficiency
practice session, will be limited to the cup for the fraternities, and the an-
laiids only and are requested: to en- nouncement of the opening of the en-
tor by the west entrance, thereby try sheet for tennis, all-campus and
avGiding cro;sixio the floor of the fraternity.
house. Spectators who wish to pr- The all-campus meet was well pat-
chase tickets to any event should ronized last year and will be as big
enter by the north, or main entrance. as ever with both doubles and singles
Smoking is strictly prohibited at all titles to try for. The fraternity tour-
times in the field house and locker nament will consist of doubles only
rooms. and will be a bitterly contested affair
A schedule has been completed between several of the houses which
which will make practice more con- are struggling for supremacy in the
venient. Track men other than those race for the cup.

Lester GC Wittman,
Michigan's diminutive ace will meet
a fast opponent at Cornell Saturday
night when he runs against Russell{
who. as yrttnthe 75 yard dash in 07 I
3-5 seconds before this year.
P~hi Ch~i ttmen
C';aptu"e itle
Fraternity wrestling came to a close
1onday night when i:bi' Chi captured
the title with 4 1-2 points, Phi Mu Del-
ta rand Phi Beta Delta were tied for
second place with 7 points each.
eis are as follows: 115 pound-McIn-
da, hi' 'C14;-125.pound--Draw, Dav-
is, Kappa Sigma and Beck, Phi Chi;
135 pound-Lifshetz, Phi Beta Delta;
148, pound-Greenman and Carl,.Beta
Poi Delta; 158 pound-Sinclair; Alpha
Q~i Rlio; 1 fBund-Ierr, Beta The-
ta4Pi; heavyweight--Goldstein, Phi
Beta Delta.
The point score for the various fra-
ternities is as follows:
Phi Chi, 4 1-2; Phi Mu Delta, 7; Phi
Beta Delta, 7; Beta Theta Pi, 9 1-2;
Alpha Rho Chi, 9 1-2; Phi Sigma Kap-
pa, 10 1-2, Beta Phi Delta, 11 1-2; Del-
ta Tau Upsilon, 12; Theta Chi, 13 1-2;
Alpha Rho Chi, 13 1-2; Acacia, 5; Phi
Sigma Delta, 15.

DicEk Fr.'1(rg
One of the stea>'r t members of
the track squad this year is Dich
Freyberg, a sophomore runner who
has done the half mile in 1:58 and the
quarter in :52 2-, although he is pri-
marily a half miler.

out for weights or jumps may prac-
tice any time up until six o'colck, and
jumpers, vaulters, and weight-men
may practice until five o'clock if due
care is exercised to avoid accident.
Discus and javelin practice is limited
to between five and six o'clock Mon-j
day, Tuesday, and Thursday, while
the hammer throw is prohibited at
any time.
Baseball men may practice any time
up to five o'clock, but on Wednesdays!
and Fridays the central part of the
field must be vacated at 4:30 o'clock.,
The batting cages are open on Wed-
nesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays until
3:30. Men wearing cleats should run
ust inside the track.
Football men are entitled to the
-entral portion of the field on Wed-
nesdays and Fridays from 4:30 to 5:-l
30, but long passing and punting is
prohibited when other activities are
"i progress in the field house. Men
wearing cleats should refrain from
usig th'e track, but may run just in- .
ide it. -.

Entries are coming in fast for the
class bowling championship tourna-
ment which will start soon.
All men' interested in performing
for the sophomore lits bowling team
should call Hicks, 909, or be at the
Union alleys at 7 o'clock, Wednesday
Many of the fraternities which in-
tend to participate in the Western
Conference foul shooting tournamit
which is being carried on under the
auspices of the Intramural depart-nent
of the University of Minnesota have
not shot their full quota. All of the
scores must be in by April i7.
(Continued on Page Seven)
London, March' 25.-Premier Ram-
say MacDonald told the Douse of
Commons the controversy over clos-
ing of the American consulate at
..ewcastle;.was advancing slowly to-
ward a solution which he hoped would
be satisfactory.





Finals for the all-campus track
meet, the trials of ywhigh were held
j Monday night at the Waterman gym-
nasium, will be held at 7:15 o'clock
Thesummary of the trials follows
50 yard dash-si t heaL, Ilester irs;,
oeme second; ti5e 54-4-5. ad heat.
440 yard dashist heat, Ohiheist,
I frst; Douglas, second; time 55 4-5.
2nd heat; White, first; Shipman, sec-
end; ,time 55 4-S.
88~0 yard run-1st heat, Sable, first;
Likard, second; Abrams, third; time
2:11. 2nd heat, Fingerle, first; Tarloff,
second; Stresser, third; time, 2:11.

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