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February 20, 1924 - Image 6

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ries in Remaining Tilts Would
Give Woverines hance at
hough defeated by the Indiana
Monday night and relegated to
place in the Conference race.
igan's quintet is not out of the
ing for the title.
om present indications the team
h will finally emerge from the
nt scramble as Western Confer-
basketball winners will not have
ter record than nine games won
hree lost. Also there are great
bilities, judging from the close
etitlon thus far, that two or three
s will share the titular honors.
Badgers at Top
:scnsin is at present lodged at

verines have improved their game
since last Wednesday, when they met
and defeated the University of Ken-
Manager Yeakey has selected as his
tentative squad for this game the fol-
lowing: Locke, Rump, Ulseth, Warney,
Walker and Weber. It has not been
decided as yet which of the last two
men will be fifth on the team.
The Wolverine bowlers will clash
with Yale in a third match next Wed-
nesday afternoon, at the Union.
Freshman tracksters are busy every
afternoon at the Yost field house, train-I
ing for the trial-time track meet
which is to take place Saturday under
the direction of Coach Hoyt.
Meets of this sort are to be held
at regular intervals and the, results
used to keep a line on the ability and
improvement of the men during the
course of the season. These tabulatedI

Three Michigan.
D~Iftl[1~ffl~lh~ePlaced O
Two members of Michigan's 1923
track s quad and one member of the

Track Stars

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Entries for the following event:
50 yard (lash. 440 yard dash, 880 yard
run, mile run, 65 yard high hurdles,
65 yard low hurdles, running broad
jump, running high jump, and shot
put, will be accepted until 12 o'clock,
Saturday noon, at the Intramural of-

is the basketball

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top of the heap but her position results will be of assistance to the
ar from being secure. The Bad- coaches in determining the status of
s have played but five games, while each man on the squad and will ac-
he other teams have played at least quaint Steve Farrell, Varsity track
contests, and the road ahead of coach, with possible Varsity material
nwell's pupils is a rough one. The for next season.
gers must meet Chicago in an- The new semester has brought with
er game and Ohio State in two it several new men who are setting a
es and have four other games, fast pace on Hoyt's yearling squad.
e of which are bound to be close. Leschinsky, a fast dash man from De-
urdue will meet the lowly North- troit Northwestern, has already re-
tern five tonight but should ex- ported for practice and shown the
ence no difficulty in winning fromIcorthati andpspeedythe
Purple and going into second, place caches that he can step a speedy 50
Prple and goigitomecthelaceyards.' Chapman, another entering;
ad of Chicago. with whom. they arefrsmnhadoe6etinheig
r tie. Ohio State moved into freshman, has done 6 feet in the high
th place by dint of Indiana's de- Jump and over 22 feet in the broad
of Michigan and Indiana is .in jump.
session of fifth place. Harrison, here from Detroit Junior
Play Purdue Satirday college, runs a good quarter mile and
ichigan starts on her second tour is reported to have done 172 feet for
tward on Friday, meeting Purdue the javelin throw. Last year Michigan
Lafayette on'Saturday night and was wanting a good javelin hurler
Hawkeye quintet on Monday night. and Harrison's progress will be watch-
Wolverines will return to Ann ed with interest. Prout, Northrup, and
or and engage Chicago in the final Huff are the best of the yearling pole
1 'game of the season and then vaulters. They have all gone above
e on another trip, playing Illinois 11 feet, 6 inches, and bid fair to capab-
Indiana in the last two games of ly fill any vacancy that might arise in
season. Victories in the remain- this event on next year's Varsity
five contests would probably place squad.
higan in the top rung, although Hoyt will depend on Munns and
e may be a tie-up as there was Stewart to come through in the weight
year. events. Munns has put the shot over
though her rejuvenated team 43 feet and will probably add some
wed surprising form in downing little distance before the team gets
ago, Iowa cannot hope for the outdoors. Stewart's best put was 46
resting in seventh place. Illi- feet, 8 inches done at Alma and this
shares seventh position with Io-b.a.s
but also has the second half of big fellow is also a ready prospect in
schedule to come. With each1 the hammer throw.
kshesuletogameme esithageh Briggs has been shifted to the two
s results of games comes a gen- mile run and his form in this distance
shifting of places in the percent-
column and with several teams leads Hoyt to believe that he will car-
ng six games to play off before ry Michigan's colors as a Varsity man.
curtain lowers on the 1924 sea- Madson is a bright discus prospect and
many upsets are bound to occur.,is reported to have tossed the metal
platter 125 feet.


Gr'adnation of 1923 Stars Ciauses : I sehedu: for the balance of All fraternity athletic managers
Scareity of Capable 1922 squad were among the athletes eOLVEINE ' RT STA tm week: 7 ocloek, tonight, Barnes must enter their tentative part pats
Fielders ',o be selected on the All-American All Stars vs. Cobs, Detroiters vs. Hall at the Intramural office before the
'_-_-_Eand All-college track teams for 1922 _oom Boys, Chinese team vs. Agony meet. In entering, the designation of
'IAGGERTY ONLY REGULAR by Frederick W. Ruebien, secretary of .; r h P:-c, 7:45 o'clock, (freshmen sectional the house and man should not be for-
AVAILABLE FOR INFIELD the American Olympic committee lar I r r a r d, is n jgroups) group 1 vs. group 9, group 3 gotten.
according to the latest edition of ourth place in the individual vs. group 5, group 2 vs. group 10, 8:30
Big en sorig recrts, a a 'clok, oledoans vs. Fletcher Hall,
Baseball practice was resumed yes- Spaulding's official almanac. DeHart rul oft friv feid as i 'lack, Tle vs. F ether Hld' The semi-finals will be the main
terday afternoon, the temporary bas- Hubbard, for broad jumping, andf the Indianacontest. i 1g lagery's lioe vs. etFroit JniorCollege, 9:5 bill on the hockey schedule for the
ketball stands having been removed Howard Hoffman, in the javelin throw t In 72 conteshengiry'ch's vs. Aciects : class teams tonight at Wineberg's col-
froTthet staeastoaily ounimed y were the two men selected on the All- menahead o Ta e tr So' r Frehns vs. A itios, j'Cun Most of the teams still in the
from the area customarily occupied by American squad while in addition to mhadaradiof, aHgsrty aenn s .Fs , n fray are fairly even in calibre. A
Coach Fisher's men these men James Broke was select- participated in more es than lit vs. senior engineer. :attle is looked for when the surviving
Batting practice took up the great-t mew l tis flashy WO it snlverie.
er part of yesterday's workout, and ed for the pole vault on the AlI-col- The opening ight cf the annual fra- s meet in the nas at 5:30 '-
a number of the diamond candidates lege team. ._rrity foul sheeting m clock tomorrow night.
appear to be regaining their batting DeIart Hubbard was selected in the' with m a interesting basket FOllowing is the schedule: 6 o'clock
eyes rapidly after the winter's inac- broad jump principally because of his ing under the tri-color of I. A. C. andn if he uality of last night t ,winner senior lit-soph engin-
tc a~zti f th qualty o las nig t tnight, wne eirltsp nia
tivity. For the most part, however, 'showing in the National A. A. U. has been a consistent performer, be- reails throughout the event, close ' game vs. winner of senior engin-
the men were unable to locate the championships held at Stagg field, Chi- ing selected over Angiers of Illinois,' C┬žOrs v ill rsult eeri-soph lit game.
ball with regularity or zest. This.is' cago, last September, when he made for that reason. He won the event in'____
only natural as the fielders have a jump of 24 feet 7 3-4 inches, beating the National A. U. U. championshins in Tol owing is the schedule for the
been working for only two days af- out some of the best jumpers in the Chicago last fall with a heave of 1. balance of thr week: 7 tonight: Delta1 A marked change will characterize
ter their layoff of several months. country, including Bob Legendre of feet, 7 1-2 inches. Tau Upsilon, Delta Upsilon, Kappa the annual fraternity wrestling
The pitchers have been going through the Newark A. C. and E. O. Gourdin, The third selection to represent Nu, Kappa Sigma, Peers, Phi Delta tournament this winter, especially in
their paces for over two weeks, and holder of the world's record for the Michigan on the All-college team is Sigma, Phi Beta Delta, Phi Chi, Phi the scoring and the number of partic
are rapidly rounding into real form. event. Hubbard also is regarded as James Brooker, star pole vaulter on Delta Epsilon, Phi Delta Theta, 8 pants.
Coach Fisher let them employ curves the foremost hop-skip-and-jumper- of the Varsity squad for the nast two O'lock, tomorrow nght, Phi Epsilon There will be seven different class-
and fast ones against the hitters yes- the country. His best record for the seasons. Last season he was regard- Pi, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Elks, Phi es which are as follows: 105, 115, 125,
terday, and the deceiving staff came broad jump is 25 feet 4 inches, made ed as the foremost college paerformer ppa Psi, Phi Kappa Alpha, Phi Kapr 135, 145, 158, and 175 pounds. Each
through the stiff drill in' good shape- in practice on Ferry field and there- in America and is expected to be a Sigma, Phi Sigma Delta, Phi Sigma they want to in these different divis-
Although they have not been going fore not an official record. The pres- ccsistent point winner for the Mich- IKappa., ions, with the stipulation that a main
long enough to put their most effect- ent record in the event is 25 feet 3 igan squad during the comning esason. Kipp,.Piomay cmte iulyton weight.
ive "stuff" on the horsehide, the;inches. He was not defeated in a single meet 7 o'clock, Thursday night, Psistmayrcompetestonly one weight.
moundsmen are getting to the point a Omega, Richard Club, Sigma Club, IThree pounds overweight will be al-
where the Coach can look them over Howard Hoffman, a member of the last year up until the Western Confer- Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Alpha lowed the night of the matchl
with regard to their real merit. Varsity track team i 1922 was also ence outdoor meet last spring and was Mu, Sigma Chi, Sigma Delta Kappa, In each class an elimination will be
selected on both the collegiate team a consistent 12 foot jumper. At the Sigma Phi, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 8 held and
Alihough yesterday's workout;adteAlAercn uighisNainlCleitAheics. ISgaPSgm PiEplo,8edad points will be awarded ac-
brought out a number of new' pros- and the All-American. During his National Collegiate Athletic associa- o'clock, Thursday night, Tau DeltaI cording to the standing of the partici-
pects, Coach Fisher is still' in need f career at Michigan he consistently tion meet held at Stagg field last June, Phi, Tan Epsilon Phi, Theta Chi, Theta pants after the elimination rounds
infielders and outfielders. Harry Kip- threw the wand better than 190 feet he tied McKnown, of the Kansas State Delta Cli, Theta Xi, Trigon, Zeta have been held.
ke is the only seasoned guardian of and was 'holder of the Western Con- Teachers college at 12 feet, 11 inches. i Psi, Zeta Beta Tau, Xi Psi Phi. After the close of the elimination
the outer pasture who will be avail- ference record at 202 feet, 3 inhes, H1-s only defeat of the season came at . in the various weights, each fraternity
able. Bachman, a new man is show- until last year when Angiers, of Illi- the Big Ten meet at Ferry field when Final dates for the annual fraternity I will be awarded their points according
ing up well in practice, and may prove (is, established his record of 203 feet, j Brownell, of Illinois, leaped 13 feet, indoor track meet have been set as to the comparative standings of the
to be of assistance when the Confer-1 5 inches. Since his graduation from 3-4 inch, breaking an intercollegiate follows: preliminaries, 7 o'clock, Feb- three highest men they had in any
ence season rolls around. Haggerty, college Hoffman has been perform- record. ruary 26, finals, 7 o'clock, February 27. three separate divisions.
second baseman in 1923, will be on I
hand when the rush for the Big Ten
pennant starts, 'but at present is oc-
cupied with basketball, as is Kipke.
Uteritz, Paper, and Shackleford,
who rounded out last year's infield,
have finished up their allotted three THE MANS SHOP
years of competition, and will not be l
on hand for the 1924 nine. Dillman,
who broke into the lineup a number
of times last year, is working daily,
and will make a bid for the short stop
position, "Dutch' Wilson, first sack-
er on the frosh -squad last year, is
hopeful 6if holding the same berth on
the Varsity aggregation. Fisher has
not yet been able to get a definitea
line on his material for third base, or
qny other of the fielding positions ex-
cept for Dillman and Wilson.
Crefeld, Germany, Feb. 19.-Large
consignments of millinery materials,
velvets and other dress gooas, long
delayed by the Ruhr affair, have be-
gun to go forward to America. r

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elegraphic meets have been ar-
;ed with numerous rifle teams of
r universities by those in charge
he firing squad of the University
). T. C.
n Feb. 23 the team will engage
he first important match of the
, firing against teams represent-
the R. O. T. C. of the University'
lebraska, University of Oregon,
rersity of Illinois and Ohio State
rersity. On March 15 the team
meet the University of Cincinnat-
rniversity of Iowa and Indiana un-
sity. The Hearst trophy match
be fired during the first week in
ii. Every senior unit of the R. 0.
Xin the United States will comn-
in the match.
he size of the teams firing vary
i seven men to fifteen men. The
is being selected from the high-
average scores of the preceding
he schedule for the company coin-
Lion is as follows: Wednesday af-
eons, 3 o'clock to 5 o'clock, be-
dung with Company A, Feb. 27;I
pany , March 5; Company D,
ch 12; Company E, March 19;
pany F, March 26 and Company
kpr.f. 2.j
ompany commanders must submit
teams entered on or before next
wling Team To
Meet Minnesota

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