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P~erformnjces Slatedi To Go( On Books
As Oficiial illicligi :Indoor
With every mark established at the
Michigan-Cornell track meet. Satur-
(lay night here- standing as. a Yost
field house rec6 d, the performances
of the rival teams are certain to be
of an extremeiyr high caliber.

Following the Cornell-Michi-
gan track mleet Saturday nght
at the Field house, the Blue Keyj
clubi will act as hosts to the
teams at a banquet, which willI
start at 10,: 30 o'clock at the1
The club is a prototype of the
original organ nation at Cornell,

Michigan Pin
ETeam Certain
To Win Crown
Michigan's bowling team, now lead-
ing the field in the Intercollegiate)
bieague with the Illini trailing along,
in second place, is confident of win-
ning the championship.
Having easily vanquished Depauw,
their next meet with Yale is await-
ed with highest expectations. The
results of the IDepauw meet are:
Michigan 872, 934, 901; Depauw 837,
880, and 933.
League standing after Friday's

Judging from the showing madle by( its function being to welcome ;~ Won test
the Cornell team against Yale last and entertain visiting athletic Michigan . ................21 3
Saturday, the. Red and White outfit if tearms. The baniquet will be the ,J illinois..................18 9
boasts a collection of star perform- first official activity of the club Depauw.................12 9
'brs. Six Cornell. indoor recordls were here. ( !Syracuse ................14 13
smashed in the contest, which wasw 1 IYale..........13 4
won by Moakley's team by a score of Navy..................4 17
59 1-3 to 53 2-3.. i.P ..........5 22
Correll (displayed. unusual strength, meet at Ithaca, but he improved con- PI
in the weight events, .the shot and sidleralbly later, in the season.
teplva lIlubbari andl Brooker should keep ThII Ih MU~tI
the 35 pound weight, tepol al, Greening from tatting any firsts, as rinn ~qjvvi~ i
aid the mile, .34 1-3 points were TENI T19M D KI
t HIubbardl is almnost a sure bet to win ~a~s ne~
garnered in thles events alone. Cal)- !the hurdles, while Brooker is almost lTOl LIL1I l'Ilh
tamn Bowen tias> te st ar of the meet,I certain to closely approach 1 3 feet UV VIUIVL'I VH
carrying off individual scoring honors inhseet reigadBneu
as wll s bra~n twoof he eistonly had to vault 11 feet, 6 inches to
ing records. Ilie won the weight. Michigan's Varsity tennis team is
throwing event with a mark of 5 tic, for first against Yale, so their true
fee, 61- inhes ad te sotr~u 5 ability was not tested, but Brooker1 rounding into shape on the out (loor
4feet. 71-4inhesandthe of pu trinbohme ilsy ea' Imetcement courts at Ferry Field, in precp-
44fe,7inches,bohf which broke trme bt -i i atyarsme aration for the elimination matches1
the indoor records. MacNeil tossed we est e eod o h w which are to take. place some time

DILL[MAN'S NINE spring Basket SXENSHOSCampusTrac
9C9N IN 3 IPractice Dra ws 'I X [N SCH00 S IM eet .PopUl aer
ACI_~N3 hryPaes ETRSIMMEEV! A large numbe~r ot students un
T a W i h ir t t i In e l a k M o re th a n :30 m en h a v e re p~o rte d to o u"f r h.a l- a m u t a c.m e
CochMahe fr os. eaonha- irt i eslioliiwtie Coilest Olwhich was held rTuesday night. Al-
t ie~ ketball practice now being held at i Satlurd1ay D~raws %)Sl ate though none of the scores were ex-
ImrvdWaterman gymnasium four times a (iepatatorsood a few of them were
week. crediitable.
HOVEY SHOWS PROMISE Spring practice has never been tried ' WILL OPEN NEW POOL The results are: 50 yard dash, Mc-
Cah Fse pu liscagsbefore at Michigan or any otlher in- Mahon- first, White second, Robertson
' oc ihrpthscagsstitution. The men reporting have hchga, Fis ntrcolsi third, Willis fourth, time 5:7; 88(0
through another five inning game 1sw.iihign meert x Intrcolsi
had litle exeriene inmtetporhmenh is to lbe held yard run, Charter first, Paul second,
ysedy Cati Dimastemhaving won letters or numerals on r'1., tid ado orttm
again winning, this time by the small the court are not allowed to lzarticip- isatur day mor'ning aiil afternoon in ieretid hddnfuttm
score of3 to 1. s attesed by th ate inthe Prctce t e Nx Union swimiminig 1pool, has '2:10; mile run, Radford first, Sklove'r
an ntr lit o 25, rpreentng a-secondl Richey thzird, Burstein fourth,
scrysedyse~~no ~ u. The main purpose of the post season orfrm1s~hol time 5:3 2-5; two mWile run, Schadde-
imrvdoe hto h rvostraining is to (leveloip new materialhvbenrcifomal lee and Weinstein tied for first, Schro-
lay. for next year's team. At present there 1e(Ier thirdhaWalker fourthd time 11:20'
Captain Dillman's crew, that is the arsoe xclntbktalpay of the Detroit schools, several Chicago tetirWlrfothtie1:0
ta wihterglrinfieldl scored Fjistitutions, Ilint , Kalamazoo, Jack- lwhrls asnfrt cua
team with the regularers who show good potentialities. ; nroadhglndPr eod at hid ie831;hg
in the first inning. Wilson singled !King, a sophomore onl the .ecamnpus ,soAnAbradHghndPk.ecdBthhitmeS31,ih
and Giles followed suit. Captain Dill- ro Ne Tirhghshl.WnThe program of events include the I hurdles, Schuzlak first, Watson second,
fro Nw Tie h.h,1cho0,Wi-I
man forced Wilson at third, and then It~,Ili hwigu eli rc 50, yard and 220 free style races, the Schroeder third, Barth fourth, time 9
George H-aggerty (tame through with nekIli hoigzpwl n iai 0yr reastroke, 50 yard backstroke 5-10; broad jump, Desenberg first,
asharp single over short, and Giles tIe ei 6fe nhe aladfancy (diving, p~lunge for distance, az Cook second, Lodrigufes third, Vance
' rossed the plate with the frttly weighs 190 pounds. Another o good ,20 0 yard relay, andl a medley event. fourth, distance 19 feet 8 inches shot
In the fifth frame the four veterans prospect is Nicholson, a freshman Intemde'vntefrtmnwl u hni isVnescn,1lr
on Dilliman's team produced a pailromKna iy hoi et1 ; x\inz 50 yardcs backstroke; the second, ejoan third, Sohn fourth, distance 41.
of markers. Wilson again started it inhstala50wih 00loiid. )yip4 free style, I lie third, 50 yard fe 1 inch ighjm, cao
off with a single. Giles drew a pass,t Monday, Tuesday, Wednesdlay and breastroke , while the anchor moan will first, Barth and Gunn tied for see-
andl Dillnian connectedl with a long Thursday are the nights that the; finish lit) with a 100 yard free style ond, Hlarrigan, Shepherd, and lien-
sigl over first scoring Wilson from men practice at Waterman gyninas- rae. 1 shaw tiedh for fourth, height 5 feet 3
tha midway station. H-aggerty sacri- iun1. i '1'hoas Doyle of the Detroit Dodge inches.
ficed p~utting Dillman onl third. from 'Brothers agency, has presented a.
where he scored a moment later when Iowd City. Ia., March 25.-13n, rcken- tilily whichz is a rep~lica of~ a swim-
Froemke singled throug~h short. ridge, joint holder of tho: Western as-, nier vwhich will go to the team winning
SThe other team secured their lone! sociation tumbling til le, finished an I lie meet. In addition to the team I
tally on hits by Ransford and Baker1 undefeated year liecre by capturing I)rzMedals will lie aiwardedl for,'
in 1the second inning, the captaincy of tlie Iowa 10~26 gymn-fiirms", second, third, and fourth places I
Femenz and Rice appeared onl the nastic team. in all the events with the exception Bow
mioundl and Bob Brown worked behind of 'tie relays. In both the 200 yard m
the b~at for the winners. Red Cherry IT and medley relay, medals will be given Long
actedl in the role of catcher, and jE ALI-CAHPIUS 'IACK j Io the nenibers of the first and secondl
Hlovey and Rich pitched f'or the loseirs. - --- tc.!us. IsI
l ovey's hurling w~as, by far, the best';; Thie following mnen should re(- I NThe lpelimniarics will be held at
of any of the hurlers that appeared IIport at the Intramural Office to 10't ci'cck Saturday morning with the
on the mound yesterday. I be measured for thze tra ck ir-I' finals at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, an
seys won in the gill-campus track iiihlr-sion ti l be chargedl. Charles
Minneapolis, ?Min., M\archi 25.-Maj. 1I meet Tuesday ni41,ht: F. 11c- I.Lync(h, president of the MVichigan inicasty
Tay C. H-ill, forther army football star 1 IMahoni, A. AV Watson, schiak, A-ateur Athletic union, will ref'er'ee,sic o 11.dasty
and first assistant to Hlowar(d Jones I Barth, C. L. ('barter, J1. It. Rod- ; vil l H-. H. Barcus of the D)etroit News of y'our life iiisn raue
at Iowa for several years, will join j ford. I1. R. Schaddelee, Ki. A. as head (living judge. Dr. George May ntcs
Coach Spaulding's football staff next ! Weinstein, 'W. Sehi'00deIr, I )esen-1 will be official starter. ~iflh l~ odsms
fall as backfield specialist, it was ami-! I berg, Vance, and Ranlkin. Iwl i ldt ics
nonnced today at the University of ___ ___ __ I1AYE YO U iBS('llhIWfI [" tI ater10)Ion
Minnesota athletic (depar tment. ---

another record into the (discard when
hre ran the mile in 4:35 3-5, bettering
the best previous time, established
by Kirb~y in 1923, by 2-5 of a second.
inasmuch as the track meets at thlIc
Ithaca school are held in the Drill
hal Where there is a broadl track.
this is exceptionally fast time. Rlun-'
ning, with spikes at the Field house,.
Mda eNeil should be able to (10 even
In add~ition to these two mnen. Wol-
kcwitz and~ Cask.y cooperated with,
Captai Bowen to bring Cornell. at
slamn in the shot. Greening took nine0
points in t he hi i~ Iihu rdl es anad pah (
vault, Goodwillie turned in an imn-t
pressive victory in the dash, and (
Glick and Kay added two more Ilaces It
in the mile.
Wolkowitz nut the shot 4 3 feet. S 4
1-2 inches, and Caskey 40 feet 7 inch-
es. ilowen and Wolkowitz will givet
Munz, Doyle, and Heath of Michigan
close comrpetition in this event, writh
Bowen a liossillc winner. Munz hasl
beaten 44 feet several times thisI
year, and the r'ace for first between
them should be interesting. Wolkow-
itz, H-eath, and D~oye will also stage,
a battle for second honrors. Doyle may
riot be in shape to, reach, his best;
form, but Ileath is likely, to do well.
This event promises to be oiie of the
bet of1 tl; evening. Bowen and Wol-
kowtifz b(otl led D~oyle last: yeas in the
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Goodlwillie is certain to cause Hub-,
hard and Wittman troub~le in t he
(ldash. As a high school runner, lie did
5 2-5 in the 50 yardnirace, which equals
the Conference indoor recordl for the;
event. Het also won the 75 y'ard 'race l
against Yale in, 7 4-5 seconds last
week. H ubbai'd did 5 2-5 in the 50,
in the Conference mteet, while Witt-I
rmain has been close to him! all season.
Tjhe race will be a p~retty exhibition.
Russell and Graef are also good men i

next week. In these matches the 13
men will lbe given a chance to show
their mettle.


Withm the results of the elimination
n~atclies as a guide, the squad of
eight mien will be picked by Dr. Robert
C. Angell, of the sociology department,
who is in chvarge of the teani. Foui'
men are almost certain to gain posi-
tions on the teaii. rThey are Captain
Crane and Vose, regulars on last
year's team, Jerome of the 1923 team,
andl Greinier, also a member of lastj

for Cornell. I- u. .-. yeairs squad.
ihicks and Jung will have closer Captain Crane states that this year's
competition in the mile, with MacNeil,! schedule is neairly completed and will
(Glick, and hay running for Moakley. be made public at an early (late. It
[licks of Michigan has done better is already known that the first match
than 4:35 with fair regularity this of the season will b~e with Michigan
yrear. Agricultural College directly after
4Callahan is at present on the iii spring vacation.



jured list, having suffered an infec-
tion as a result of abrasions on his
arm and legs, but lie will probably beE
in shape for the two mile event Sat-'
urday, in which he stands an excel-E
lent chance of repeating his victory1
of last year at Ithaca.
The meet will start at 8 o'clock.

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experiments as a means of fostering
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