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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1925

PAGE SIX TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1925
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SEASON IN IMS FORM
'VItory Over Chicago Salurday Night
Here Marks Finish of STATE A EUR C ?
Schedule FE ATHER CROWN

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1925 Captain

FIFTH IN BIG TEN
Michigan's Varsity basketball
ended its 1925 season Saturday

WON BY WALKERi

tenm
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in an impressive style when it con-
quered the Chicago five 47-13 and
cinched fifth place in the Conference
standing for itself. By winning Sat-
urday Mather's team made a record
of six games won and five lost dur-
ing the course of its schedule.
By defeating the Maroons the Mich-
igan five took ample revenge for a two
point victory which Chicago scored
over it early in February and showed
itself a strong outfit in spite of the
fact that almostuhalf of its games
played turned out against it. Most of
the Michigan losses, it is interesting
to note, came at the hands of the lead-
ing teams in the Conference and one
of the victories was gained over Ohio
State, the season's Big Ten cham-
pions and one of the strongest teams
which has appeared in the middle-
Western Conference in a number of
years. Four of the losses suffered by
he Michigan team also came on for-*
deign courts and only two of the fatal
five wer by more than a one point
nargin, those coming at the hands of
Ohio State and Indiana.
Four tams in the Conference get
credit for having defeated the Maize
and Blue five. Ohio State won one
game at Columbus, Indiana took two
games, one in the field house and one
at Bloomington, Purdue one game at
Lafayette, and Chicago upset the
dope last month by beating Michigan
at Chicago. Considering the fact that
Michigan only took two real beatings
and that three of the five games lost
might well have been won except for
the momentary turn of the game, the
Wolverines finished an extremely suc-
cessful season.
Outside of its Conference schedule
Michigan played three games, win-
ning two of them by overwhelming
Scores and losing the third by two
points. The schedule opened in the
field house Dec. 13 when M. A. C. was
handed a 26-10 lacing and the fol-
lowing week-end Kentucky fell easy
prey 21-11 at Lexington. Following
Christmas vacationl the strong Navy
five, after romping over the strongest
teams in the West came to AnnAr-
bor for a game. Michigan led the
Middies for almost the entire game
and was ahead at the end of the half
16-12. A "long tom" in the final
thirty seconds of play by Craig, star
Navy forward, gave the Navy its win-
ning margin, 31-29.
The list of gmes played during the
secason and the resulting scores fol-
low:
Dec. 13.-M. A. C. Here, M. 26, \I.
A. C. 10.
Dec. 20-Kentucky there, M. 21,
Kentucky 11.
Jan. 2-Navy here, M. 29, Navy 31.
.Jan. 10-Northwestern here, M. 29,
N. W. 16.
Jan. 14.-Purdue there, M. 36, Pur-
due 37.
Jan. 19.-0. S. U. here, M. 39, 0. S.
U. 29.
Feb. 7.-Chicago there, M. 19, C. 20.
Feb. 9.-Northwestern there, M. 17
N W. 16.
Feb. 14.-Indiana here, M. 28, Ind.
21..
Feb. 16.-O. S. U. there, M. 13, .0.
S. U. 32.
Feb. 20.-Purdue here. (Cancelled.)
Feb. 28.-Wisconsin there, M. 27,
W. 16.
March 2.-Indiana there, M. 33, Ind.
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March 7.-Chicago here, M. 47, C 13.
New York City, March 9.-Many pro-
posed changes of the football rules
will be taken up Friday and Saturday,
When officials of the intercollegiate
football rule committee meet.
I, II

Willihi Walker won th-a Michigan
A. A. U71 featherweight boxing title
at the Detroit Y. M. C. A. Saturday
night. 't'here were eight boxers en-
tered from Michigan and Walker was
lie only one to-win a title. . e is al-
so the first student at this university
to hold a state of Michigan boxing
title.
Walker weighed in at 126 and his
opponent, Ted Crevier of Grand Rap-
ids, was at the same weight, and in
other respects the men were equally
iatched. The three two minute
rounds were fast and furious. Walk-
er carried the fight to his opponent
by keeping inside Crevier's left, and
using his left and stinging right effect-
ively. Walker was also the master
of his oppionent in footwork. He re-
peatedly dodged aind backed out of
blows, that looked like sure things
when they started. Just before the
final gong Bill stepped into one of
grevier's sizzling rights, aid was
knocked to his knees, but his lead in
points at that time was great enough
to offset this stroke of luck by his
opponent.
The ring generalship displayed by
Walker in the fight, which was a large
factor in his victory, was due to the
excellent coaching of Sullivan who
was in the winner's corner.
Coach Sullivan will hold the limi-
nation toui'ney in preparation for the
boxing show on Wednesday of this
week. Thie men who place in this
competitiori will take part in the box-
ing show to be held " March 17 in
Waterman gymnasium.

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FIR1ST YEAR TRACK t. HHL' UIA ED U
TEAM BREAKS E__ CONFERENCE MEET i CHI Go
The winners of the preliminary lea-__
Oefeats Wisconsin Freshmen, lIt is gues in the inter-class basketball irst i1)elegItion of Track Team I that there is no broad .iump, low hurl-
DecisivelyTrimnmed by tournament have been decided. TheLea eAntiArbo r To. Ies or two mile relay event in":ie
Iowa S i"a"" Frosh Laws, School of Education, morr"w"" i g tieet, andi Michigan has perfornmes
,Junior Engineers, Sopb. Lits., andi in these events that can beat any in
SHOWING ENCOURAGING Junior Laws are the winners of their CHANCES FAVORABLE tue Big Ten.
--respective leagues. The Frosh. Laws ---- The meet at Evanston will be run
Coach Hoyt's freshman tirack team ?meet the School of Education anid Mtlichigan will go into the Confer- ; off on two successive nights, the trials
defeated Wisconsin's frosli squad- 531 Soph. lits. meet the .Junior Laws at ;met on Friday and Saturday at in the 440, 880 and pole vault being
1-4 to 40 1-2 but wos easily vanquish- 75tN ithwestern's gyinnasium with ex-
ed by Iowa's exceptionally strong [ _____ c'lleiit chances f emerging at the top FilSaturday night. For this reason,
yearling team 75 to 29 in two telegra- The society and R. O. T. C. leagues ofhe list of point scorers.. the Michigan' squad will leave in to
ph m urday aftern on will start play Wednesday. The sched- ro the rat isections. One will leave tomorrow
The Michigan squad came through I lUn<:dO by the Wolverines and(Itihe other'4 dtIl l
ule will be announced in tomorrow's .~ night at 11:42 and th'e rest will leave
in much better form than was expect- w an Big Ten contenders in the Illinois Re- nt t s1m an 'Irs wi ht
ed, equaling last years standards in Dllays, it looks as if Coach arr'l s the same imen whursda t.
all events except the shot put and I ASKETBAL FOR TON(IT charges are the pick of the Cofer- morrow night: Captain Brooker,
high Cump. Hoyt was muSch encour- sg Kappa vs.I Reinke, Freyberg, Hubbard, I-errn-
ClNu Sigma Nu; Phi Chi vs. Delta Tai One thing that wll cause the los stein, Mueller, Feinsinger, Ohlheiser,
aG eloig y teresults, a mis foetNl im N Pioiiv. etaTnSi igood many lpoints is the fact ;
ofUpsilon; Phi Lambda Kappa vs. Al- Northrup, Sterling and Wittman. They
the season is over. Ii o hi Lwill arrive in Evanston on Thursday
The squad now ledt by Schelniniig,!p ia Rho Chi. y
h wsua elected by m , Interclass League. - 7:45, Frosh - Kappa Nu; Beta Phi Delta vs. Delta morning and practice at the Patten
who e as elected captain directly at- Laws vs. School of Education; Soph. Sigma Phi. gymnasium Thursday and Friday,
ter the meet, hopes to overcome the legap i its. vs. Junior Laws. competing in their events Friday
meet to be held tomorgow. rIndependent League.--7:45, 636 vs. DuLoI Ecl Ampitnight. Herrnstein, Mueller, Fein-
Michigan-Wisconsir results: 4 4cAgonies. 8:30 - Night Hv<Ha s. Due t thle close comitition le- singer and OhlheisQr composje the
Fletcher Hall; Zig Zags v Toledo tween the groups, it will be necessary mile relay team. These men besides
yard dash, Miller (W), Eisle (W),t0pa
Grotl (W), time4 7-10; 40 yard high Outcasts; Wick Wicks vs. New Zanes pla another round of prehminar- running in the relay will also partici-
hurdes, oopi' (). iubl (W)and FresmanGrou.-9:5,Iroup s. ics before the finals can be played.! pate in the quarter mile.
hurdles, Cooker (M), Minbly (W) and GFreshman Group. 9 1, GroupG This a ddtitionial round will be contest- 1T 1eti1es a ossigo
' Jones (M) tied, time 5 6-10; 440 yards, Group 4; Groups 5 vs. Group 7; Group rhi; deditoal nd will brcon test30 The rest of the squad consisting or
ine ()eme01 er( s6.edWednesday night, March 11 at 8:30 Briggs and Callahan in the two mile;
Valentine (M), Boge (), Munger (M) 3 vs. Group 6. P. M. The following teams are sche- Cochran and Hart in the half mile;
and Kannatz (W) tied for third, time~d lld at that time: Group 1 vs. Group Heath and Munz in the shot put-
54 2-5;' 880 yards, Elleson (W), VL 14; Group 5 vs. Group 7; Group 3vs. Hicks, Hornberger and Jung in the
rScheinciing (M), and Carson (M), Gop6
7:00-Tau Delta),PhidvCarson(M),Group 6. mile; and Voelker in the high hurd-
time 2:04 3-10; mile, Chapman (W), 7:00-Tan Delta Phi vs. Hermitage
Wells (M), Ilinckley (M), time 4:32 Sigma Alpha Mu vs. Delta Kappa Ep-- Princeton's basketball team has dis- es lg Friday m ng. They wil
7-10; two mile, Elleso (W), Thoits silon. 7:45-Alpha Delta Phi vs. Del- placedDartmouthin the Intercolleg- a light workout in the gymnasium on
(M), Wells (M), time 10:01 7-10; re- ta Tan Delta; Delta Cii vs. Delta El- literace. Captain Cleaves has pushed Friday and run in the meet Friday
lay, Michigan, time 3:35; high jump, silon. 8:30-beta Phi Delta vs. Al- i yto tai leveshas pshe i idne
Ileckendom (W), Barnes (W), Kelley pha Kappa Lambda; Pi Kappa Alpha iuay totes lads .hip of th min wigt
(i1) and Mingoul (WA) tied, height vs. Beta 'Theta Phi. 9.:1.5-Sigmna PhIi virtual scorers as well. The -Tigers ; This squad consisting of 20 mien will
:1) 1-2; 1)ovault, McLeland (14), vs. Theta Xi; Alpha. TauOmega vs. are now well in the lead with Dart- 1be much smaller than the ones sent
Bilingster (M), Arent CM) and All- s Phi Gamma Delta. T mouth, Columbia and Pennsylvania down by the other contenders for the
bright (W) tied, height 11:3; shot following in that order. title but that is no handicap as all the
lnt Pa; ent (, sk VLL -BALLFOR EAY-men are excellent performers and will
put, Packer () ; Aendt (M), Jink- ;b-ARF ESubscribe for The Michigan Daily undoubtedly make a good showing.
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Gilbert (M), distance 21 feet 2 1-2 silon Phi; Phi Mu Delta vs. Sigma
inches. ( Phi Epsilon; 7:45-Phi Delta Theta
Iowa-Michigan results: 60 yard vs. Alpha Chi Rho; Alpha Rho Chi vs.
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Richrd lDoyle
Richard Doyle, '26, was elected
captain of the Varsity basketball
squad for next year at a meeting of

the squad after the Chicago game
Chicago, Ill., March 9.-Ed Strang- Saturday night. Doyle, who has jump-
ler Lewis, who still claims he is the ed center and fallen back to guard
boss of the heavyweights, was match- in all this year's games, is also an
ed to meet Tomimy Draak, the Hol- excellent shot putter, having won his
{ander, 4n one of the bouts of the all- ( "M" last year in the event.
star wrestling show to be staged by
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