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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1925

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VARSITY DEFEATS
FROSH TANK TEAM

SPAILE S LED DDI' ninHockey Squad
WOL VERINE PIN FA IIILLL uuan
NATIONAL LOOP May Start On
Michigan's bowling team got off to ToLEAVE FRIDAY; Annual Jaunt'

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Ite gufiiars Take Fast Meet From Fresh-
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GOW 3EATEN IN DASH

a ayl ng st thEiris year,, winning ail
games in the two matches played
thus far. By virtue of these success-
es, the Wolverine bowlers are leadingf
the league,\ with Yale a close second.
A match with Yale took plate last
night, results of which will be an-

Michigan's Varsity swimming team inoiinced tomorrow.
defeated the freshman squad 44 to 24 This year's team consists mostly of
yesterday afternoon in the Y. M. C. new men, the only two veterans being
A. pool. The Varsity got away to a 4uccke and Warney. "New men who
good start when the relay quartet, are doing well on the team are Carle-
composed of Samson, Dunnakin, John- ton, Heath, Jones4 Lapp and Mesmer.
son and Gow, nosed out the freshman Manager Albert Goetz stated today
four in the 100 yard race. that, with eight more weekly matches
The Varsity also counted heavy in to be ulayed. The league standing is as
the fanicy (live, Papenguth taking first follows:
by a comfortable margin and Paul ;W L Pt.
Starret placing second to his team- Michigan ..................60 1.00()
mate. Oliphant of the Varsity placed Yale ....... . . . . . . . . . . . .7 2 .777
third but because of a two place rul- Illinois .. . . . . 3 .666
ing the third place point went to Syracuse................4 5 .466
Ricewray of the yearling team. De Pauw .................2 4 .333
In the 40 yard free style the fresh- Navy ......................1 5 .166
men captured their first points, Dar- Rensellear .... , 1......1 8 .111
nall beating out the veteran Gow for
first place while Batter of the firstI
year men counted third. Shorr of ILLINOIS CA GERS
the yearlings showed a phenomenal UN D I S CO JT RAGED
burst of speed in the 200 yard breast- IJ
stroke, defeating Whittingham of the B Y iY INDIANA TILT
Varsity by six feet. The Varsity main-1
stay pushed Shorr hard during the
first three quarters of the race but Urbana, Il., Feb. 25.-Coach Ruby's
weakened on the final laps. Illini quintet will not give u the fight
Siednan had an off day in the for the Conference chaipionship4 in
-plunge, and "Cap" Starrett of the spite of the unexpected setbackit re-
freshman squad succeeded in plung- ceive l at- the hands of Indiana last
ing the length of the pool, for first Monday.. With a 17-8 lead at the half
place. Allen, a recent addition to the the game was thought to be on ice, but
team, placed third. Captain .Kerr Indiana turned the tables by staging
swain a beautiful race in the 150 i w hirlwind comeback, and the Illini
yard backstroke and placed well ahead were toppled from their lead.
of the field. John Halsted of the Var-. Ruby's men were not discouraged
sity was second with Robert Halsted by the defeat, but were given a much
of the first year aggregation third. needed jolt. They are now working
Samson and Dunnakin stepped away harder than before, for they realize
from Rose in the 220 yard event. In what wa swrong, and know that they
the 100 yard free style, Darnall again have time to amend the error,: over-
finished ahead of the Varsity entries, come the defeat and win the chain-
Samson finishing second wiih -Gowv pionship. It is with the same aggres-
third. sive team of the early part of the sea-
Summaries: Relay; won by Varsity son that they will meet Iowa tomor-
(Samson, Dunnakin, Johnson. Gow);row, confident of a favorable outcome.
Fancy (ive; won by Papenguth (V) ;__________
second, Starrett (V) ; third, Ricewray
(F). harvard has issued a standing invi-
40 yard free style; won by Darnall attion to Paavo Nurmi to make an as-
(F); second,' Gow (y); third, Batter sault on the mile record at the stad-
(F). 20,0-yard beaststroke; won by ium cinders this spring.
Shorr (F); second, Whittingham (V); __ _ _ _ _ _
third, Mayer (V). 220 yard free style; I
won by Samson (V); second, Dunna- VOLLEY BALL
kin (V) ; third, Rose, (F). Plunge;
won by J. Starrett (F); second, Sied- I - The first games of inter-fra-
man (V); third, Allen (V). 150 yard ternity volley ball were held
backstroke; won by Kerr (V); sec- last night. These will be con-
ond, J. Halsted (V) ; third, R. Halsted tinned tonight. The schedule is
(F). 100 yard free style; won by as follows: At 8:15, Beta Phi
Darnall (F); second, Samson (V); Delta vs. Gamma Sigma, Sigma
third, Cow (V). Nu vs. Tau Delta Phi. At 9,

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Michigan's Varsity hockey team will;
1101- hires Ready to ET~lfer Annual
1Ilhois Relay Meet leave this afternoon for its annual
At Urbana nerthern trip unless word is received
from Wisconsin to the effect that the
RECORDS THREATENED ice there is in too poor condition to
allow the games scheduled tomorrow
Michigan's track squad will stack up and Saturday to be held.
against some of the strongest compe- Coach Iverson of the Badger teami
tition from the East, West.and South wired Coach Barss Tuesday saying!
when it takes part in th annual Illi- that everything pointed to favorable
nois relay carnival at Urbana un Sat- weather conditions. The games slatedf
urday. with Minnesota are definitely, on the
Over 700 athletes from 63 institu- schedule, as the Gophers have an ar-'
3 sI ticfiil c ss.m whc .srei
tions are entered in the meet this ticiicial ice system which assures I
year and-from aHl appearances sever- them of a fast skating snrface at allt
al records should fall. times. The games at Minneapolis will
The shot put record, the oldest take place Monday and Tuesday. t
stan(ding on the books of the carnival Nine members of the Michigani
should be eclipsed Saturday night as squad will make the trip, accompanied
the competition this year is extremely !by Coach Barss. The players are:a
keen. ;Captaii Petermann Reynolds, Weitzel,
Schwartz, Wisconsin's new star Levi, Lindstrom, MacDuff, Sibilskyt
looks like the class of the weight men. Jones, and Bendry.
He put the shot 47 feet 4 inches in
the I. A. C. handicap gmeet in Chicago averaging 1:58 for tIie half mile. I
last month, and 45 feet 8 1-2 inches The Michigan squad will leave by
in the quadrangle meet in Evanston. I bus from Yost field house at 8:45h
This is the best mark registered this o'clock Friday morning for Milan.
year but he will have incentive to From here they will take the train ~
better it with the competition offered ,and arrive in Urbana about 6:30h
at the Carnival. o'clock in the evening. They will restr
Besides Schwartz there will be Dau- in town for the night and have a
ber and Daine, both point winners in light workout in the morning in pre-n
the 1924 indoor conference gathering. paration for the meet.-
Dauber also placed in the 1923 indoor Twenty seven men will make the/!
meet and Daine won points in last trip in all. This number includes ]
year outdoor Conference vhampion- Coach Farrell, manager Herrickt
ships. 3 trainer Hoyt, a rtabber and 23 team
The hurdle events will see such members.1
stars as Snider, Hubbard and Kinsey -
vieing for honors. ( The New York Yankees have signedv
Georgetown is sending a crack two Elmer Duggan, sensational southpawf
mile relay and barring accidents pitcher of Brown University and onea
should win this event. The team has of the most sought-after players inn
been clocked in 7:53 4-5, every man college ranks.a

UUUII" "U"HU IU Annual Illini Relay Event
B D Y- IPP E UrbanIl. pU11,Feb. 25.-One hundred illness and injuries. The medley will
and one relay ms will complete in see Kansas, Chicago, Missouri, Ams
Injuiry to Red Cherry 31ay keep Star and Wisconsin fighting it out with
Guard (tht of Contest the eight relays of the eight aniualghtothers.
With Badgers I Illinois Relay Carnival in the big Ar- The college relays have drawn 34
mory here Saturday night. All of lastca
HARD GAME EXPECTED yar's relay winners are returning to entries, the mile bene te nStatepou-
try to rpeat. mna~l of Kalamazoo, Michigani which
Michigan's basketball team will go ixte nxteams will enter the univer- set the present carnival record of 3:31
into th.; Wisconsin game at Madison sity Mile relay, the feature and last 1-5 last year, will enter a strong
itrthy Wisnin am Maiedisonless event on the program. Iov:a which quartet. Cornell, with three of the
Saturday nlight badly crippled, unless bas copped thme mile the last three1 four men who won the two-mile race
injuries which have been bothering years. will send another strong team last year, is the favorite to repeat in
Red Cherry for the past two weeks(I led by "Chazn" Coulier, Olympic star a field of nine. Carleton, holder of
take a rapid turn for the better. The and conference 440-yard champion. the carnival record of 8:25 2-5 made
star guard has been suffering from a IKlansas, Notre Dame, Georgetown, in 1923, looks like the most dangerous
bruised heel and yesterday was unable ennylvania, Chicago and Wisconsin rival to Cornell The medley will see
to bear his weight on it. look- ,est able to race the Hawkeyes 12 quartets in action with Armour
If Cherry is not taken on the trip out of the winning column. I Tech, Bradley Tech{ Cornell and Wes-
to Madison it is likely that he will be In the two mile Michigan has a vet- tern State Normal looming up as like-
in condition for the In diana and Chi- eran tea m to defend from 12 others ly the best.
cago games next week. He will prob- its title won last year. Illinois; with
ably join the squad at Bloomington four straight wins in the four mile F contend for the mile interscholastic
Monday if the trainers will allow him race, looks like a repeater, if Gill's relay honors. thEvanston, University
to do so. He is certain to take part: distance men recovey s from a spell.off I I ,ne EThia 1JnOktr f ('1 non nirs

in the Chicago game here a week from
Saturday.
With Cherry's disablement Coach
Mather will again be forced to vary
Liis lineup. Captain Ilaggerty and
Chambers will probably play the for-
wards while Line will go to center.
Either Landre or Rasnick will play
running guard with Dick Doyle at
the stationary position. Line, Ras-
nick and Landre have all been play-
ing good games in th'e scrimmages
which Mather has put tlfm men thru
lately and all are dependable enough i
to put into the game. Cherry's injury i
will be a severe handicap to the team,
however.
The Wisconsin team with only one
victory and six losses marked up so
far this season will make a valiant
attempt to win the game Saturday'
night. The Badgers showed a good
amount of ability when they paid an

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paign and Mount Vernon will lead the
early season visit to, the field house'l Illinois schools, while Washington
amid Mather is looking for one of the High of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and
hardest games of the schedule. Shortridge of Indianapolis, Indiana,
The squad will probably leave Ann I will lead the invaders. Washington
Arbor Friday night, arriving in Madi- I won last year while University High
son Saturday morning. holds the record of 3:37 2-5.

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Philadelphia, Pa.{ Feb. 25.-Penn- I
syania's relays have already started i
to draw their allotted amount of at-
tention. Over 300 knstitutiohs have al-
ready indicated their intention to at-
tend these amnes on April 24 and 25.-

Phi Lambda Kappa vs. Hermit-
age, Xi Psi Phi vs. Delta Kap-
na Epsilon. At. 9:45,' Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon vs. Phi Pi, Phi
Sigma Kappa vs. Delta Alpha
Epsilon.

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