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ACCIE [TANK TEAM
Tar if S(In d {{Tis Lest IDual Meet
Of Year'; FinialI Score is
BREAK POOL RECORDS
Michigan's sw imming team won its
last dual meet of the season Thursdlayv
night by defeating the Michigan A g-
gies, 53-15, in a dual meet at Et
Lansing.
The Wolverine natators started out
in championship form by capturing
the 120 yard relay event in 593.6 sec-
onds for a new tank record. Captain
Kerr, Samson, Dunakin, and Johnson
swam1 for Michigan. Coach Mann's
tankst ers also broke tank records in
the 220 yard free style, the 60 yard
backstroke, and the 10(0 yard free

Ends Career ' MICHIGAN OpXER ANALME HN
IN F1IALROUNOBY PH I KPPA TA Ui
IX X" :"::Bill W1alker W ins Bout in Semi-Final ;1]in- Is in Fraternity Mteet Rim Off' Bask~et hall Sclbedule for' \Monday.
Bracket of' A. A. V. Title 11itha Winne].,s $eoring ; <}arch S9, is as follow. s: 't he semli-fin-
M :eet 10' Points al round of the _ nter-fratc rite v a.-
ketball tournament will he1)1:(l ldoft
ANNUAL SHOW SLATED SIGMA PHI SECOND i Monday night. The four uiin
..____ teams are the1)mPhi Sima Kappa, I'it
Kappa Alpha, Delt a ClIO, and( Phi Sig -
;.Michigan's informal' boxing team Phi Kappa Taut won the annual in- ma. All of th eeteamssare strong and
won one victory, andI lost two fights in t. f°ztr it rack mecet heldi at \Vat-I there is very litt le to chooso etete
the M. A. A. Ti. tournament held at the e' ;imn gymnasium Thursday night by .het.haSe ct ator s aes a ;urelCi of\two
IFirst game at 7 :1:>. PhIi Sigmanp- )'_
Skinner, in the 145 noundl class took ne,~ rest opponent. The winners scor- ipv.P ap IIh.S~.tl tt
part in the most thrilling fight of the' ed 16 p~oints, Sigma Phi S, anid Pip s ~ ap Apa eodgm
:". eVenling. At the sound~ of the gong, Siga Kappa was thirdl with (6 (out t :5 et h v.IiDl
he ushd hs pponent, and with a ors.
I tagtrgtt h a Iopdhii Cooper of Phi Kappa T ans-c ored
f' sragtrto th ejwdopdhm, il frUa count of eight .,At the end !first in hoot the hurdle ev ents, ,ts Y'LLFY-BALL1,
of the three two minute fuirious roundls giving Is~ team enough points to win.; The vle-alscheduhle tor 't-
. g g te srapwas nexectd- The mile race which endled in a dead' day. M1arch 9. is as folio: s : 7:00, Phi
fig hting, fcra t Kapav .ea.Theta 'tzApha Th
ldeclared a draw=. 'This forced the hatbewenawut- oHSgmhPio

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REYOLD NMEDIniana Hopes
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1 1 U U RI L I UDj I I l PR~ looniington, Id., March G.-An-
other opportunity to shatter champion-
fir Center 1alQ( to ] Hy U't niIlls ;ship hopes will 1)e given (the India a,
University lbasketball team tomorrow
~ete ~t Tam Itn~jt-tBight when thle Ohio State quintet,
At Viionl witrn- only one (defeat scored against
it. will conie to Bloomington for the
SXM 'S GIVENl1 OUT closing contest of the Crimson selhe-
- dule.
Irvin '. N. Rynolds, '26, of Laurium, Led by Cunningham and Miner, two
of the oatstanding scorers of the Big
Michel., was elected cap~tain of the var- Tenth uceesh v on seven
city hockey tea im for ne xt year by ,consecutive games. With only two
unanimous vote at the teamn banquet I moreO games, includling this evening's
last, night at the Union. game with Indiana an excellent chance
Ileynchis, who plays center, has remains for t hem to 001) the confer-
e nce flag. Thle Deanmen lost tlwceir
pr" w~ed lils:;ll 10ole one of the out- sasnopener at Columbus hut since

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;style. M. A. C.. scored( first places men to fight another round. In this and Vi (a 01orineta Ci was one oi
on] in the pfancoud h Mcia mnwslo~eI thc fastest of the evening, being wonI
(;itlncy (live and the pune.ruin h Mchga anw44.ope
Papngthof icign as ecnd-~to the floor by a hard body blow. At i :4
I'this noi tfaMiciitanhwncesbroke out hs of Delta Sigmra Phi ran thIei
to Richmond of M. A. C. in a closely tisnineastrnernsoe brokeidoant5ins6.cf(1townhevn.
cotested divinig contest, while Oli--i knescresm ai a wieCatro h ~haTl a
lihant of Michigan beat out Bordeaux; climbed into the ring, thus automatic- hl hre fPi1sp a a
allydisqalifingSkiner, n(]forced to do 2:09 in the half mile to
for third 1)10cn. Captain Kerr sprang'.- ly(iqaifigSinr n giving es o I
th take first plice. stofPtKappa
a surrise hen h defetidlenafight to his opponent on1 a technic- Al ItI jum pod 2(1 feet, 11 1-2 in clh.c
in the 501 y ard free style. Purdy of M. al knockout,.nyvco-t inteb'a u i
A. C. was third. j Bill IWalker" wnthe ol itr
A. C. as thid. * ,Summary.:3(} yardi(ahwnb
Whtl i g a a ite trlll l ies for Sullivan dutring the evenin g I Hicks, Delta i gisma 1Pi ; scondI,
wvinnin-' then 60( yard breaststroke, . . ro Crevier of Grand Rapids. After I (iii, Delta l'Ilsil ; third. Russland-
while Mielziner finished close on the; getting away to a poor start in the; er Kappa Nu ; Time, 5.63 sec. 446 yardi
heels of his teammate. Eckerman of 1 first roundI, he cleverly out boxed £ani dahjo yleila h uDla
1he Aggics took a thiird. Samson and I (eigeIagd outpunched the Grand Rapids boy., second, '"i~slandler Kappa.Nit; third.
Dunakin outdistanced the field with Michigan's basketball captain will having him on the floor once. andl the E Vokes P hi ir:a ipa r Tau1; Time 57 .7
ease in the 220 yardl free style. Reos- I wind up a brilliant caireer" on the judges awardled him the fight on .ecLo hudswn y(opr
sow finishing a poor third. ;(courit when the Varsity five takes points. Walker won his victory by Phi Kappa. Tfan; second, M\cCiellan,
Porter won a first place for the Ag- tj flie floor against Chicago tonight at using straight lefts and clever foot-hi SgmaNpia;lirLnrd
ill in th plunge when he (love 66tefed os.Jagrt a lyo work, the latter asset causing his op-ISif ina Phi; Time, 8.1 sec. 880 yard
feet. Allen of Michigan was secondl thee yers tfowrdcanigen oe to ms . ag eretofhs run, Awon by Charter, Phi Kappa '1Can;s
while Seidman had to be content with ;l-ofrnepost last year. btlows. Later in the (eening, much to second, Clark Alpha Rho Ci; tj ird(,
third. Capatain Kerr andl Halsted b)0th the surprise of the 800 or more fans . P i;1 Lambdla Iihi; rimle, 2:p0..
swamn pretty i-aces in th e backstroke fff11II11 fR ~ I present. Walker was required1 to fight ,high hrurdles, won by Cooper, Ph-i
that event. Garver gathered <a point K lftan right across to his opponent's PhIi; third, Anderson, IDelta Tan U Ip-i.
for the Aggies by placing third. Iii ttrffF ODVIjaw. and he drop~pedl for the count ofE silons; Time, 'II.9 sec. Higli jump, won
In he ina rce f te eenng 95 FL M ET TOU !egh. From then until the end of the, by Kelley, Phi Kappa, Psi ; secondl,
Samonstppdutfoanwan fight. i was merelya question of howM I McClellan, Phi Sigma Kappa; third,.
recod o 582 scons inthe100yar j oac Hoy's rosi tacks jmuch punishment. the loser couldl take. Blayer, kappa Nu ; Heighth, 5 feet,
free style. Johnson his teammate was metth lwkyqyalng unadtele- Saturday night Walker fights for the 6 inches. Mile runs, Swinton, Sigma.
a. close second while Whitlock placed' etteHwky erigsi ee featherweight championship of Mich-: Phi, and Brown, Theta C'hi, tied for
third. graphic meta w 'lc hsa-Iian. {list; third, Hill, Chbyron; Tille, 4.44.
TheMihian qud el thirre;-ternoon. Thie meet is open to all Rather than take Smyser, a 139 Broad jump, won by West, Pi thalpl<
Iilar rfcteshmenionon the campus.thusgivin pounder, out of the tournament, Coach Alpha; second~, Kelley, Acacia; third(I.
nrp ratossinattel M .A the men who have not yet, tried out, Sullivan allowed him to fight Tlorec ki, Arndt, Beta Theta Pi; Distance. 20
poo yesterday afternoon and willi a chance to show their ability. Sincewooueihd imbtnpudsfe,11-4ncs.Stptony
wokot gi ti origan f-this exceptional offer has been made, The coach depended on Smyser's sut-r Parker, Alpha Tatu Omeg;a ; second,
ernoon as Coach Mann wants to utilize} a large turn out is expected. pirbongalty ocayhi tetaTht ,P;ird.ely
all the possible time for preparing for : This is not only the first but also thrio ougind iitymotodidcarehi Acact ta ThDi tae I41feth, nces.ey
thrug,_nditalmstdi._____________Dstnc,_4_fet_4inhe
the Conference meet on, Fri day and the most important meet of the year,haanevbercodsanmtu.
Saudya hcao o l mfttr il epiiee knocking out every man he has even ;state championships in action at the
'Ito lake part in the election of the met, until Thursday night. Sinyserbxigso toehldhevnngf
New York, March 6.-After failing-; team captain (directly after the meet. y- bxn-hwt e edteeeigo
put on a good1 exhibition of boxinMarch 17 at Waterman gymnasium.I
to agree on the. proper course to fol-r The election will be held at this time waatntiendngroakoc--___
low !in deciding the next opponent for! in order to get the team organizedb[-
I out, and lost the fight by the closest - Pittsburgh, March 6.-H-arold Cot-I
Jack Dempsey in a world's heavy- ,for future contests. Performances in o decisions. The other successful ton, center of the Pittsburgh Yellow
weight championship fight, thle New l the meet will not only have a large Mihgnmni1h rlmnreJckt fteUie ttsAaem
York Boxing Commission will put; it influence in tile (hoosfing of a leader, ;ihgnmni h rlmnre
were withdrawn on account of injur- 11hockey Association, anod iMiss Marion
up to the champion to make his choice but will also enable coach Hoyt to Kend.ofTrnoOtweemr
of the challenges filed by Tom Gibbons(lterinine what men shall Kireceive '1 endo ootOt eei~r
anolIlary ill, itwasleane~ to-numral. .Michigan sttmients will have an op- riedl here yesterday.
day -Pitunity to see all of the Maize andl --------

Chli vs. 1)D1e lt)l1111Ep21siloni.
45 i'mna -Nilvs. I eaitae;Pi
Beta aDelta vs. i~ ii n LpFps ion1. 8:30
Theta. Delta Ch i vs. Pi l xi uAlphia,
Alpha Tali Omnegn.vs. Delt,: Tao IIDO-
ta,. 9.15, Alpha Chi Rho vs . Kap )ia
Nl: Phi Lallii p :Kappa v's. T;,1 Ie--
l Due to the closo copl)pet ion lie-
:weca ll('hegrouips, it; will bllo ,ce , arv
to play another round of hirolioinar-
ics before the finalis can he I)i ayed.
Tlhis additional round will he cont 5-
edl Wednesday night, Mba rch- 11 at 83:30
P'. M. The following tenans 're so:lie-
(luledlat that time : Group) 1 vs. G roiup
4:; Group 5 -vs. Group 7; Group 3 vs.
Cru 6'il) . At pres(ent CGroup > habs thie
adv ~ant age over the other tea ins but,
t heir posit ion is by no inwt ; seo i
until afteor the fin als to be platye d
!Wednesday, March 11.
ALL-CAMPUS HIA NDBALLI
EThe following iiia t~celi arc 0hold(1ing
+ up the all-camp~us handball I turta-1
moent. These matcesimust- absolutely
he liayed off not.loteor than iMonilpy
night, March 9:I
Singles, Rush 1408.1 vs. R. Showalk-1
or 203411: If. Segal 312411 vs. A. Se-
gall 751WV; Mazer 312411 vs. H-arris"
2375SJ.
Doubles; Carrol and Showalker
1493 vs. Rockwell and Scarnecliia'
.1.5281; Handloser andi Browni 1236.
vs. Sonkin and Levine 33011; Oliaii
andl D. Seg;all 751_W vs. R. Showalker
and Partner '3034Rt; A. Segalt1 and
Nathan 751W vs. If. Segal and Mazer
31248.
John Says:
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Your Palate
You inherently know -when
you are getting good, whole-
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sat~sfted till you find the
place where you can get it.
Let us help you lessen lfhe
search. If you eat hereK
your quest for THE
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[standing lalyers ill('oniference circles then have hit their stride. _A mepe-
aim1(1Was one of the mzost impliortanlt tition of last season's history, when
faictors ill Michigan's brilliant achieve-' Ohio won at Columbus and Indiania
annin i i ining 111e Big Ten chant-i- w c1 at Bloom~zillgt on is all that Coach
liaouisL p this Year.'. Ilean asks.
Rittecr r. Levinson. '25, minor sport s With a victory over Ohio tonight
vs naer, acted :.:s3I (aStinas1 ori at (li Ini(liamla is ceS'rtin of second place.
banfuet, the speakers; being- Conch and ra. possibility remains that OhIio
Clcoige Littie who appearedl inihis will lose its game nlext Saturday to
a s ofrcial catpacity tat Michiiganlbe- Wisconsin, in which case Indiana will
fuiom 1 . ' ,ing for his n ew (lit ieS at Lti for first. 'Two years ago Indiana
IIi .,(-ofl5. 1, Coatch DI+"on 11,. 'Aemn~mn, l bumflped off. Iowa in the last game of
((oach) 1(>eph Brss, 'Trainer Billy !ithellseason for' the 1llawkeyes, umaking
fbilon 1101, (a 1in Dan P'et erumn yand[ tu Badgers ai present of a- tie for
I t meetReynoldls.; first place, so it wotild only be fitting
('o:t :Ai-li la'ssannoutncedl thee)award i1 for (Coach NMeanwell's five to return
of _Al's. "The fol lowing 11)11 will re- the comipiieitt thlis season.
ccive.(1 liinsig nia: C aplta iin Ietermiti, ICoach Dean gave his players a cotOh-
' ap~ta in -(eet Reynolds, C'arlton indlo- 1 r10mest 'Tuesolay and only a light
sliroim, Ge~orge, Weitzel, hfarry Mac-tI I woi-kotit Wednesdlay after their stren-
[)ttiff, and \Valdeck I .evi. AMA's we!re I uous c'ontest with Michigan Monday
a :rri ded 1(o Josep 1) endry and CGeorge j night. Yesterday, however, he senlt
:?il ly. 'itsm Varsity five into a. long scrimmage
Coach Little announced tha~t the six w ith a picked freshiman aggregatio n
33(ii serc ivitr1 's w'ill Also be a wa id- ; usiiig the Ohio style of play. The
(Il clt iipi omsliip insignia. in thle form l team whicoh first knocked Illinois fromz
'(of two miiniatutre hockey sticks of ;;l,01 icoycoun1ilprbby tr
imtl' into a, wat cli charm. the closing contest of the Indiana
-- -court schedule. Logan Anil Krueger.
Th'le winnerzs of the Mfissoum'i Volley! two omf thle leading forwarods in the
hash et Isi IIrtaco have chtaIlong ed the (',onterence in individual scoring, will
Blig t'em('hmaimlionts for a, series ofrhoelpairoel against Miner anod Shaw.
razizes. IWilistoil will jump center and then go
- ----b-1ack tinder the Indiana lbasket, al-
ChIicagoc, Mar. 6i.- -T[he late Uniit ed lowimigBIckner to play the cemnter or
States Seoi.Afedill1M0'ccitnick l,1't his time floor after the tipctff. Sponsler
emntit ie estate (if $2,000,000 to his wid- G11will handle, th-e floor guard, assign-

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Washington, March 6.-William M.

Paris. MarchiG.--Luis Angel Firpo,I
the Argentine boxer anid erst whiloe

Jardine of Kansas tooday became see-i collt,1nder tot' the world's heavyweight
rotary of agriculture, smucceeding I-I ow-, title, caime back~ to f~alis today sonic-
ardolM. Goreo.watstout,)r,, but.still I heful. Ring
- - -- - pe ts asserted that lie was 40 hounds(1
Sub-.cribe for 'ho ,~i Al ihitai ljily I vei'xxeightt.

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