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TRACKSTERS FACE
CORNELLTONIGHT
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Michigan should have a little battle of
their own over third place.
Hubbard of Michigan will also face
a strong opponent in both of the hur-
dle eyents in Jaeger who steps the
highs in :09 3-5 and the lows in :08
3-5. Hubbard has been regaining his
stride of last season in the practice
sessions during the past two weeks
however and the Cornell man will be
doing well if he takes either of the
first places. Wilson and Kneen will
be favored to take third place away
from Aubrey, Michigan's only other
hurdler. In the lows, especially
Michigan will miss the services o
Steve Hulse whose injuries at the last
moment prevented him from making
the trip.
Quarter Evenly Matched
Crozier and Rosenthal of Cornell
will be evenly matched with Purdy
and Roesser of Michigan in the 440.
All of these men do the distance In
:63 and although the time will not be
fast the race will be a good one.
Bernart and Gerry, Moakley's best in
the half will be forced to better all of
the'ir previous records if they are to
beat out Reinke, Captain Hattendorf,
and Freyberg, Steve Farrells crack
trio of half milers, every one of whom.
has been clocked in 1:58 or better.
Douglas will be the chief opponent
of Hicks and Griffen in the mile run
and will be favored to take the race.
Captain Kirby of Cornell who was
expected to put up a strong race for
first will be out of the event. Cala-
han, Davis and Rearick will finish
in the order named if their past per-
formances count for anything in the
two mile grind. De Prosse and Pry-
therch of Cornell will have their
knowledge of the drill hall track as
their chief asset in the race. Neither
of them do the distance in better than
10:10 while Michigan runners have
found little difficulty in making 9:50
and better.
Varsity Strong In High Jump
Smith and MacEllven are favored to
finish in olie-two order in the high
jumr Theoth make sie x feet with
litte" rndiffiulty a nd tHir op-
p ", D dell' n ,rafor, have
be wk 1rd to rise 5 feet -10]
inches. Brooker and hodes of Mich-
igan are scheduled to make hard going
for the Cornellians in the pole vault.
Brooke rof Mihligan clears 12 feet 1
inches iidoors when driven to it and
Rhodes can make 11 feet 6 inches in
a pinch. Wilson of Corn ell ' succeed-
ed in going 11 feet 6 inchs last week
end in the YAWe eet.
In th asIt put Michigan will be
fightingtfor second place. Bowen of
Cor~nel. ts. one of the best weight
tossers 'in the East this year and ap-
proache 45 feet. Against Yale he set
a: eark f 44 feet 2 inches and Doyle
whovllt he the only Wolverine entry,
is ub le to do better than 43 feet at
the present time. Wolkowitz of Cor-
nell is certain to make around 41
feet and he will have a good chance
to take second in the contest.
HARVARD BUSY
Cambridge, March 27. - Between
April 5 and June 20, Harvard's ath-
letic teams will engage in 146 con-
tests. Saturday, May 17, ranks at the
top of the list for quantity of con-
tests, with 15 events on the card. An-
other big day is May 24, when the
baseball team meets Princeton, the
crew races Cornell, and the freshman
and Varsity track teams go against
Yale.

Smith Is Slated
To Win High Jump

ENTRIES NUMBER 20
IN MAT TOURNAMENT,
YEARLING WRESTLING SQUAD
WILL OPEN TOURNEY ON I
MONDAY NIGHT

Kipke To Hold
Don Customary
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More than 20 men have already en-
tered for the freshman wrestling tour-
nament which is to be held at the
Waterman gymnasium starting at 7
o'clock Monday night.
Men who cre entered will weigh in
at the gymnasium Monday afternoon.
Among the entries in the 158 pound
class is Sinclair, the winner of thel
All-campus tournament in that event.
Lifshit, a runner-up in the 135 pound
class of the All-campus tournament,!
is also entered in the meet.
The length of the preliminary
matches will be five minutes while
that of the finals will be eight min-
utes.
tion only. Michigan was given credit
for the Conference relay title but
since the victory came through a de-
fault when the winning team, North'-
western, was disqualified, the Maize
and Blue aggregation is still permitted'
to swim for Junior honors.
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The first round of the class bowl-
ing tournament must be rolled by 5
o'clock, next Wednesday night. Entr-
ies for the event will be accepted un-
til 5 o'clock, Saturday afternoon of
this week.
Competitors for the all-campus
doubles bowling championship will
be narrowed when the third round is
played off. The third round will
close at 5 o'clock, tomorrow night.
With the conclusion of the frater-
nity wrestling tournament this week
Tomes the end of the winter athletic
season for the fraternities. The class'
schedules are few.and will wind-up
within th-e next few days.
,All eyes are turned toward spring,,
which willbe the last lap in the race
for the all-around athletic efficiency
cup for the fraternities, and the an-
nouncement of the opening of the en-
try sheet for tennis, all-campus and
fraternity... 4 -
Thie all-campus meet was well pat-
ronized last year and will be as big
as ever wvitlh both doubles and singles
titles to try for. The fraternity tour-.
nament will consist of. doubles only
and will be a bitterly contested affair
between several of the houses which
are stfruggling for supremacy in the
race for the cup.
Entries are coming in fast for the
class bowling championship tourna-
ment which will start soon.

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Ray SmithI
The lanky Wolverine high jumper
made a new record for a Michigan
man in his event at the Conference
meet two weeks ago when he leaped
more than 6 feet 2 inches, and should
very little trouble taking firsthonors
in the Cornell ieet tonight at Ithaea.
VARI TTNK RLA
TEAM TOETRMT
WILL SWI TONIGHT IN JUNIOR
CHAMPIONSHIPS IN
D. A. C. POOL
Michigan will be represented in the
Junior swimming championships to-
night at the D. A. C. pool by a relay
team composed of Gow, Kerr, Vaupre,
and Johnson.
Coach Barnes has entered this team
to compete against some of the fast-
est aquatic relay outfits in the vic-
inity and although the competition
will be stiff he expects his charges to
finish well up on the list of place,
makers. One team that will have tol
be beaten by Michigan to win is the
team swimming for the Detroit Ath-
letic Club and the ineligibility ofl
Throwbridge, their best man, makes
it more than likely that the Wolverine
mer-men may come through with a1
victory.
Michigan's team is eligible for
Junior competition in spite of the vic-
tory in the recent Conference cham-
pionships through a trick of fortune.
The rule holds that any team winning
a Conference title automatically be-
comes eligible for Senior competi-

Harry Kipket
One of the best all-around athletesf
in Michigan annals, Harry Kipke will
wind up his activities in the field of
sport with Coach Fisher's Varsity
baseball team this spring.1
Harry has won two letters in the
diamond sport, and is assured of a1
third, as his work in center field has
stampedI him as one of the best
gardeners in the Conference. His
fielding is sensational in the extreme,l
and he is a reliable hitter who cant
be counted on to come through in theĀ£
pinches.
BATILE CRIEK PONTIA
NCOO1I PASSING AND ShIFTY FLOOR?
PLAY MARK BOTH
GAMES
Good pass work and shifty floor play
featured at the consolation elimina-
tions in the state high school basket-
ball championships yesterday after-
noon at Waterman gymnasium, with
Pontiac and Battle Creek winning.
The first game of the day brought
the Bay City representation against
the Battle Creek quintet. Battle
Creek's fast passing and clever handl-
ing of the'ball brought them out ahead
of the Bay City squad by a 21-13 score.
The second game proved to be a nip
and tuck dual between Pontiac and
Negaunee ewith the Pontiac courtmen
squeezing through a one point vic-
tory, 19-18.
Lineups for both games:
Battle Creek Bay City
Wirt ...........R.F....... Anderson
Harvey ........L.F.......... Richter
Dundore........C............Little
Calkins ........ R.G... I....... Elliot
Schreder .......L.G.... Schweinsberg
Second game:
Negaunee Pontiac
Maki ...........R.F......... McLeod
Gundry ........ L.F.......... Battie
Thoren ..................... Orman
Beldo ..........II.G........ Hertsel
Ronberg.......LG....... Maddock
IRVING WARMOLIS, D. S. C.
Chiropodist and
Orthopedist
r07 North University Phone 2652

BETA THETAP P LEAS
IN FRATERNITY AC
STATE STREET HOUSE ON TOP IN
STANDING BY ALMOST
100 POINTS
FRATERNITY STANDINGS
Beta Theta Pi..... .......6. 3
Phi Sigma Kappa. .......578
Phi Sigma Delta ........'...490
Acacia ......................49 1-2
Theta Chii................... .4G
Delta Tau Upsilon ...........41
Kappa Nu...................4201
Alpha Kappa Lambda......45 1-2
Phi Gamma Delta............32 1-2
Delta Upsilon .. -.....34
PROFESSIONAL FRAATElN1'lES
Phi Chii....................531 -2
Alpha Rho Chi ..............527 1-2
Nu Sigma Ni........ ...... . 'r8
Psi Omega.................216
Delta Sigma Pi ..............178
The race will be to the sroiig in
the inter-fraternity race, and Peta
Theta Pi seems to possess the streng-
th. Intra-mural athletics are enter-
ed in the final lap of the season, ane
remaining to be scored are only the
outdoor track meet, the tennis meet.,
the baseball tcurnament and the
horseshoe tournament.
B3eta Theta Pi's lead is the result
primarily of three campus champion -
ships. Recently, it won the basket-~
ball tournament after an elimlnaon
of more than 65 teams. During the
autumn, Betas were speedball cham-
pions and also won the swimming
title. A total of 375 points was won
as a result of these accomplishments
Phi Chi, leading the profesional
race, is being closely followed by Al-
pha Rho Chi, only four points separ-
ating them. The two have a decided
lead over the others in the profession-
al group.
Points are scored for entry in ali
inter-fraternity games of the intra-
mural department's program. Wheth-
er Beta Theta Pi's lead can be dis-
placed by any of the runners up fra -
ternities, depends on the latters
strength in the forthcoming games.
The baseball championship will bring
150 points and 100 points each will be
scored for tennis and track. "Barn-
yard golf", a popular fraternity past- I
time will bring 75 points to the chinm-
piop tossers.;
Sullivan Gets
New Boxing Bag
Coach Ted Sullivan, boxing men-
tor, glories in the new boxing bag
that he is exhibiting to his pupils and
that will 'be available for use by any-
one interested in boxing in the nea
future.
The bag was purchased with the
profits from the recent boxing show
held at Waterman gymnasium. Sul-
livan is especially gratified to have re-
ceived the new bag for it will now b
possible for boxing men to get actual
hitting practice without being forced
to take the chance of being hit back
Many men with weak noses and
.eeth have been forced to forgo boxing
because of their defects but with the
new apparatus Sullivan assures these
men that they can have the fun of box-
ing without getting any of the knocke
and injuries that are apt to accom
pany boxing.
Daily classified for real results.

Lead WVolverines
Against Cornell
There is at least one man in Great
i Britian who has not become entirely
x discouraged over the situation re-
garding lieavyweight fighters in the
empire. He is Eugene Corti, the Tam-
ou British referee. While admitt-
ng that England has not outstanding
stars in the heavy ranks at present he
oints out that there are more prom-
ising big boys in the British Isles now
than there have been in recent years.
"As to the charge that no real at-
tempts are being made to find nnd
develop h eavyweights, that is an in-
accmurate statement. In fact, quite the
contraryis the case," Corti writes.
"I make it as a statement of fact
that never at any time have we had
so many young heavyweight boners
as we have at present. And when it
is pointed out that many of these
youngsters have taken up boxing dur-
ing the last three months it will be
seen that the heavyweight novices'
compeitions have been exceedingly
useful.
"By giving contests to young heavy-
weights a real effort is made to de-
velop not one but many champions,
~ and I am very hopeful that in two or
three years we shall have a possible
world-beater among our heavyweight,.
Even those who have been tried and
found wanting in some degree will
still find plenty of work in serving
as trial horses to the constant stream
of newcomers," Corni concludes.
Four classes of schools will meet in
the annual Relay Carnival of the Uni-
versity of Washington to be held at
the stadium on May 3.
11. li. hlattendorf BREAKS OWN RECORD
"ap,'' te cIaca half miler of the
Varsiy squad. wio lead the Michigan Robert Skelton, Illinois A. C. tank
team o the oar tonight in the last star, broke his own world's record for
e f th W the 220-yard breast stroke recently,
idorineetaihesal doing 2:34 3-5, two fifth's of a second
tic runn? tinthas been displaying less than the old mark.
running this season in the 880 John Weismuller, John Faricy,
and sould easily gather his share of Sybil Bauer and Ethel Lackie, other
the Varsity total against Cornell. world's record holders failed in at-
tempts to lower their marks.
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INTRAMURAL NOTICE
All men who totaled three
points or more in the All-cam-
pus track meet, report to the
Intramural office for measure-
ments at once.
All wrestling winners please
report also.
HAROLD. B. GESSNER,

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