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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

' SATURDAY. MARCH 14. 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY 5~ATTTPThAV MATWIT U 1q9:;

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INTERSCHULASTlC TRACK MEET Wolverine Star HOOSIRBMATMEN !n Of The es'
DRAWS TEAMS FROM 19 SOS WIN TITLE AGAIN

Pller, Coa~ ('utr'o :ar l l ile'
( ha nap1ii1, A Imnig ' lSi.of
k;i rie-,
M7 ATHLEITES ENTEREDI
WVith t(lienCtry list still icomiplete.,
thle Iii si. Al i(hi ;afl hit ciseliola sic In)
(100'r 'at'1 meet has irawn 1'16 '101a-
lutes froth 1.'.)hight schools for i lls:
evenlt which wvil1 be held .'xarch 21 at
sthoe IIld 'iis'e.
Inlulded lin the list; of, inst it utions
(3iterinlg the meet, to( (date aro e re ts
"Sn tati yes iroi all over Alich isa n,
l v()I o i'1'o Tolii, Ohio, and oneCi I 1 :1
('ijungo1-. The loll owig schools .havye
S ;igiiied (Iheir il'intet ioll of.scd iii
;;en to the meo! :Austina i, Chi-
('a,-o, AinniArbor, lK:I(l liiaoo ('.tiitru:i.
11y}a<ndotte, Phi ut,' ( oldtl ei Pa in1 jO -l
a zOo'oral V Iigil, IT. of I), I~11 h .Sg
inaw' Eastern, Toledo Wa ite, T1oledo
Scott, H Iigh land 11a ek, Detroit Sootli-
w*('gt ell, No't heweste(in, Ni -thern
l'atcriv Nort beast urn, Ceant ral, al
Th'le folltowing e vents will (com1p iro'e
t he pregran : 5) yardl Idrsi. lt4,10 ardl
dash, 880) yard run, ni il e 111, G0
yard1 high hurdlies, it yarid low Iiiutl-
(0, lmfiting high jumlp, I flliilig broad
u)p ole vault., 12 poundlsho(t put,
a ad zlle~llEy 'e la y. 'T'le relay' eve-ntI
illM consist of runners travelling
220, 440, 660, 88(0 ya rds respeectively.'t
With t the entry list in its inceun-!E
plet ('4state, 1the1 (ompietit ion in lw h
meet: is hound to heen1. Includ'1ed
inlth N array 01' high "school hperform- 1
Ors enteed already nrc numerous;

zel of Ann Arbor should makce thingsI
lot crest lug i the half', while Wilson,.
a-mothecr local performer, is a star in
the shot put. Kalama'zoo Centr al will!
. eimd two men: who placed in the out-
(1001rumet here Inst vear' in Thum:-
ton, a haltf filler. and DeYoung, who;
runnsIhe mnile. Wya atotte's blest hot
is E ivocd,. ~sprinter. Diamondl, of
Sagi~ctyna stern, is a star in the
spr1ints a nd l urdles. Woodin, of Flint'
one of kill Van Orden's proteges, will
sI a aid a good chance in the high jump.I
Van Orden, who is now coaching atI
tlie Pi]nt school, was formerly a Michi-
igan Vatrsity sIlid umtter and( one Con-
icien ce ((liaflpon in his event.
The11ccer,'il etce list of entries from
ea cl scllool wvill be allntoiikicecd today.
TRACKTOAM FNTERED
I N ~ M h 'id g " , l' ,, v ir s i ty I r a 'k s t e i's will
in vadle t li'city of (i' lvehand next
7.<.tay x: _ it xx'hi'cuiHhey panrt icipiale
i I hO' open ('xeit ll. o He hit ers(:lol-
aicmef, t3 t]e held at the Municipal
fIfill.
I .,st yeai' this nmeft was one of thZej
feat ares of thle indoor Season0lii
Cle'velaind, At ra ctinig a brilliant field
1 f comlpet iti;on and~ over 8,000 specta-
1 rs. 'I'bis. year's meiet promises toI
be of the sam e if not betteri caliber.
('Coach Farrell intends1 to send~ a two
i }liie relay tin( enter several of his

1linijos G'"appiclersHave (hanice io
le Chamipions in Meet Ivith
Iha iikeye s
S2--ASON CLOSE S TODAY
INdia na's wrestling teami. which tied
Illinois last season for thle Western
uit i'rcolegiat e wrestling champion-
ship, xvil] be forced to shareC ihey title
with the Suckers again this year if
Conch Prehn's grappleci(an defeat
Illinois last season for the '\ester~ahir
th lI awhevc mat team in the final
(Iual meet: today3 at Iowa ('it.
The H-oosiers completed their sched-
ule last week by handing the Wol-
verines a' 24-i1 defeat in Yost field
house. Indiana mot, five ('onflerence
I ('ulis. \vin ninm, (ecisivye vitoi-ies ore:'
all their op; orent s. 'The Iarigest: score'
muade by the Iloosier igrapl))lPIrS was
2i)-0 victory ag-ainst the Ali(:higan Ag-
gies and( the smallest. total axge'ted
wxis 18 ioint.> ac'iiustthe 1Plirdal ill-,
ive rsil y flit. teanm,
Illinois po1(-senses a1 clean slate u p to
the pu'eselItime. defeat ing thle stron-
Bunc(ke(ye team last Sat urdayv. Thlie In.-
d ia n won a. 19-4 vioct ory ovxer thle
1 ~od eu-,-mos in tihe opening meet.
The Wol verines were defeated 25-7
lby ('oach I'ueha 's men, while (Chicago.
one of (lie weakest, eams in t he Con-.
I ren ce suiccu'mbed to a1.27-2 defeat.j
'hie (decisive mieiet oif thle year wvill
be wrmest led1 t oday when ('each IIlog;-
a rd's 1-ha xkeye mat;in en grapp~le w ith
ihe Illini to dletermnine who will shale;'
thle title with lnlizana. Iowa boasts cif'
an -undefeated aggregation and is en-
tei'taining high hopes of del'ea tinlg thle
11 lini. The I a wkeyes xwere coinsider-'
a lly weakenedl xh~n Ca ptain OTllie
wvas declared ineligibile in the light-
weight class. Michael, who wrestledI
in the 145 pound class against tale
'Wolverines, has been shifted (low IItoi
the lightwveight d(ivision aiid hats filled
the vacancy in champlionship) style.

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In dependentLeague, r :1 5-Norlii-
ei'li Light s x"". A'Vick Wacks: Tole~do
('ailet s rs. Nigtht Ha wks.
'All ie i:(' xx> eiiie'lte all-cani31-
iP0.5 S _iI~('0 aioll tlw o's liivlgrour-

I tieJ'iInes 'lllie 1io GailPe'rfu- naiil
TIrophyv
FAVORED TO WIN 'L'ITLF,

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! 1-{!~ 0e i. ',iOtiii iiuiaiit ' ofilIlilEg~iate c('Iixuilj)ions 01' last year, (:011-
'a' ~'two:onads illmoa asthetin 11(01t heir xxwinning in> icak of Ithe
(ra !r ?ig SCOi'. ixI el 111I he sinl-
les fii~ olly Iillthe don bo; les x 11.:1- ; ''ca sol When they roniped a way with.i
it'.I.wo (lilt of lthree xganie 'ill <a I lera-
('i: b(" sinhoxlin-g'should boxxl :ph r i( atll ixvihSyracuse 'ol'sdy
><~5r ('t1-11 31111(1 ld i('(liatehv. Foi'1,i i'g t:. Thle sc'ore:-l(it the--one(s rl-
'a nni 11 hll le;i'V'fa foi' Iai't~liei' can:1- ed liy the Wolx'eninre wxere 844-, 9G-I
D~ t~) ifo heS'1(5 i eI x <~~l -l 4, while time Syracuse Iteaml
1>01 lds il~l edin.bowled 884, 91.1 and 868.
' '1'i .)xvcckh :ls ben ait ieillilous
b'iti'i(,1jn 1i Losei1s 01o ou I lie LVIichli ""31 howxler's, .Sirwic
Basketbal cri iIlicy h'ave 11ad 1 three' iratcies sclle:ul -

Act ird~hi ng i i' I'it noin'ic-nilt fromn
l rant uiiy bltsbeen oi'cd to f1orfeit
thec 'lais "''"'' nt aiiimalbaskellmall
ON ,-o the il igiisna IKappai f rater-
3 '='W (li Nxxoii the tieal game xv itl
<:ai. '1 ios-ic or three istars of
xcl< 'n; 1'loshliaii baWHtbil Ispiad.
At( ~ su'ingly, tine hIni'anaildepart-
aieiO ;xi'e the ganie to hi igmaIll
tKappa by the score of 2 tofl, and xvith
it xxonat.Oiis Sea son's ha sk'tamil title.

a, ii1'teli was l'layod with, Jllinoi(;
We~-(dne(sd lay nitght and 1110)1 he r xvi
pdayo'd wit lite Navy last, night ..li,
slits of Ithose'two matcl'ie:;xwill Ibe
111ito pulii! at, ain eamly date.
W'ith lthe te1ionatiomi oftthis xvel 's
muatces, tilie in tem'colle",ite howviin g
r'ac w~x'ill Ihave 00)111)10i1 dits fi rst:
rcammd. Al11 indicatloins poinill to an i-
ot lieu' sno'o'ssful yearm' t'or A]ichiigall.
If IOlieWolverineCs captunrc e t.Il
again this ,yearu,, the bandlsomp 0triophy
won la1st year xwill becomnet(lie per-
111 anent. possessioni oi l' ichigan1.

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Alichi g-uzn tracktlou ae entertain-

i New Yor-k. March 1 :,.-.1(10moor"e, possibly for all ime. lie voluntar'ily
holder' of 11l1e0iite'na Lonal indoor: passed up an opplort unity to capture
Iwed-skatiml c'hilililiomshlip for t1110 the Middle Atlazmtia' indloo~r Champion-
last six yeal's, anniounced last night Eshilp, which was hield at, the Iceland

athletes cCf exceptional allit y. IPot.- stars in tile individual events. As yet i
t'r, of Cold xa tar, is one of thle st aris he has no0). chosen the meon who are
to run here. lie is statoa inte'schlol--' to make the trip, but wil know de-
astic champion in the mile run and in ;finitely in a few (lays..
cress coutntry, thme latter title haviong - ( 4 'lal'.4s 1'IlkC
been wvon last fll at the high school"~ Champaign-Urbana, Ill., March ~~-I ~ Rik a enoe0
meet at Ypsilaniti. lNe won tiele mile j Ted Plainies, of Belvedier, Ill., will
;Coach Steve Farrell's mainst aysfou'
in the annual outdoor meet last spring capItain thle IUniversity of Illinois has-
on Ferry field. Seeger, of IDeti'oit keotbahl team next season. lHe -was! the Past twvo track seasons and is
Northxwesterni, will enter the 880, inu; elected on the second vote at the an-1 counted on to (duplicate his past Per-
-which he also is state champion. I lis I nulal banquet by the Kiwanis club; forniances in_ the Conference mieet
teammate Widman will go into the last night. j tonight at Evanston. Rleinke rates its
hullrhe races, at which he has turned oeo h ethl iesi h 3
inl exceptional times. Carlson, also of New Yoi'k, March 13.-Myer Prin- oeo h ethl iesi i i
Northwestem'n, will stanld an excellent, stein, former world's record holder Ten, being 31)1e to cover (110e distanmce'
(hance of viining, the shiot put, whlile -in the running B~road1 jump and winner!in less than 1: 57. The brilliant show-
Tait, allothlier Colt star, stands l I'Oypccaposis in 190"algthtCoc arel'owf*mleie
fair, say to cop the sprint races. he16,ad10 o h ntdSaelyta id i he Itollinois Relayvs
Ilviigrroke n the .Detroit city rc- wasi buried ,here today. He was 45 w-a to a large dlegree dime 1tilte stet-
orl n he20 ar dshrcetl. eas011. ' - lar running of-thle vet er'anm. liclii-
ord iganll('i220hoseOadgdeat rec'n'lymFi'rxx'hdn
Loving.,0of Detroit. Cass Tech, will-;gawilosagrt:pfrmrhe
run the hurdlhes. Txwo athletes of mci'-1 Berlin, March 11.-The German rail- , eneg'dae n*ue
it will enter from-.Toledo Waite. they- way strike took a turn for the worse:
being Steele In tihe shot and Ilemuphill this morning, handicapping tihe moive--t Lonldon, !March 1 ..-- The lBritish
in the 880. Toledo Scott's stronlgest;leat (of freight. '1lrmy estimates for 192-261 fix the land
representative will lie Woehrle, an-'- -- forces at 16(0,601) imen, aI reduct ion of
other half mil~r. Batchellor and Et- PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS 1.00 0.

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