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(Continued from Page One) J
Voelker, Snyder, and Walk will beE
the Wolverine entries in the 65 yard
high hurdles, Greening, Booth, Kneen,1
and Strong being entered for Cornell.
The places in this event will be aI
tossup Voelker and Greening being
the best of the lot. In the lows Hub-
bard will be entered for Michigan, to-~
gather with Hulse, Lasser, and Voelker.
The dusky Wolverine star is due to
win the event while Voelker ought
to come in for a second. Last year
Hubbard won both hurdle events but
was not eptered in the dash. The
Cornell entries in the low sticks will
be Swan, Kneen, Booth, and Strong.
The quarter mile ought to result
in a battle royal. Werly and Rosen-
thal are both capable quarter milers,
both of whom are able to do it in
about :51. Mitchell and Grayson are
the other two quarter milers whom
Moakley will put into the field. Nate
Feinsinger will be Michigan's best bet
to beat out Cornell in the quarter mile.
In consideration of his great perfor-
mance at the indoor Big Ten meet
when he placed third in a very fast
field, Feinsinger will be favored to
take one of the first two places by
the Michigan performers. Cornell,
however will be expected to make a
great fight to, slam in this event as
it will be the one in which they will
have their best chance. Mueller,t
Herrnstein, and Olheiser will also beI
entered for Michiga in the 440. I
Michigan's two -great half milers,
Reinke and Freyberg, are almost cer-
tain to take their customary two places
in this event tonight. Highly, Gray-
son, and MacNeil, the Cornell trio in
the 880, cannot be expected to beat1
either of the two Michigan distance
men although they ought to figtt with
Hart and Cochran for the third place.
Highly does the event in 2:01 on the
cinders when he is at his best and1
both Reinke and Freyberg have done
better than 1:57. Either Hart or
Cochran may give Michigan a slam
in the event if they are running at
their top form.
The mile is also due to see the two
teams fighting for places. On past
performances IHicks of Michigan aId
MacNeil of Cornell ought to lead the
other runners to the finish. The Ithaca
runner has done 4:28 indoors with
spikes while Hicks has come close
to that time indoors. Both of the men
can do better than 4:30 when forced
to the limit. Freeborn, Jung, and?
Briggs will give Michigan a fair
chance to take third in th-e mile. Ter-
inohlen and Kay will be the other
Cornell entries. The two mile should
go to Michigan with the best Cor-
nell men in that event on the sick
list. Calahan, Hornberger, Baker. and
Mason are all veterans in the event
and the former should have little
difficulty in winning. Hornberger,
who has been switched from the mile,
should be able to take a place while
the Wolverines may be able to slam.
Houghton, VfcGinn, and Conroy are
the Cornell entries.
In the field events the two teams
ought to break even in the scoring.
The shot put will be contested be-
tween Munz of Michigan and Captain
Bowen of Cornell; both- of whom do
about 44 feet 6 inches. Doyle and
Heath of Michigan can both do around
43 feet and should be able to take the
third place between them. Wolkowitz,
Caskey, and Evans are the other Cor-
nell entries, the former being the best.
The high jump should see Cornell
scoring rather heavily. E. C. Bradley,
C. Bradley, German, and Vollmer all
do well above 5 feet 7 inches and
while none of them are stars Michi-
gan's delegation consisting of Roth,
Burgwin, and Watson will have hard
work getting more than a point.

The pole vault is practically con-
ceded to Michigan and second placej
may go to the Wolverines. Captain

Brooker can be relied upon for 12 feet
6 inches and Phil Northrup will do
12 feet. Greening and Bontecou both
do ground 12 feet indoors although
they have gone 12 feet 6 inches in
moments of inspiration. Huff will be
Michigan's other entry and Dood will
be Cornell's.
During the course of the meet the
freshmen and reserve mile and two
mile teams will hold exhibition races.
Coupon books will be accept-
ed for admittance to the Cor-
nell-Michigan track meet tonight
at the Field house, according to
the announcement made by Har-
ry Tillotson, business manager
of the Athletic association yes-
Following the meet, the Blue
Key club will be host to the two
teams at a banquet at the Union.
This will be first official activ-
ity of the club which was organ-
ized for the purpose of greetingj
visiting athletic teams.
Warsaw, March 27.-The discovery
that 20,000 Polish Catholic couples
have obtained divorces by joining the
Russian Orthodox church is causing
concern to the Polish government
which is considering measures to re-
strict the movement.
New York, March 27.-Richard E.
Enright, New York police commission-
er is ill at his home, suffering from a
general breakdown.
California now claims that 300,000
frimer residents of Iowa have left the
"tall corn state" to live on the coast.

Two-Event Man
Competes For
CorueU Tonight

In Sprint Race
SDAt Meet Tonight

' ?l& ia ber ( omp1s Fisher To
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(Continued From Page One.)
den team continued its victorious
streak, easily vanquishing Hart in th'e
first semi-final game of the class B
tournament by the score of 41-19.
Nestor of the Lake Linden team was
the outstanding star of the evening,
sc:ring 11 field goals and 3 free
throws, accounting for 25 of his team's
41 points. The other contest in the
class B torunament was an easy vic-1
tory for Sturgis over Birmingham,
by the score of 37-16.
The semi-final game of the class C
tournament brought together St.
Mary's of Jackson and the East Jor-
dan quintet. St. Mary's was too much
for the East Jordan team and easilyV
won the game with a score of 20-8.
Losers in the main tournament
have an opportunity to show their
worth in the consolation tournament
which is being ,conducted in connec-
tion with the main tourney. The first
game in this tournament took place
last night, when Alma met Petosky.
Results of this game will be announc-
ed later. At 11 o'clock today, Grand
Haven meets Eaton Rapids in the oth-
er semi-final of the class B consola-
tion. Two teams in the class C con-
solatign have dropped out, leaving St.
James and Farmington to fight it outt
for the championship, at 2 o'clock to-
day. The teams that dropped out are
Carson City and Harbor Springs. t
The work of referee and umpire
during the tourney is being taken care
of by Stevenson and Mitchell ofj
Michigan, and Olds of Ypsilanti who
-are alternating throughout. G. E. J.{
Mather, Varsity basketball coach, is
directing the tournament.,


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Following is a list of Michigan-
Cornell meet records, established
since the first clash in 1902:
50 yard dash-Wittman, Michigan,
5 2-5, 1923.
One mile run-Jones, Cornell, 4:19

With toe ireturn of cold weather, 2-5, 1913.
Coach F ishr was yesterday compel- i Two mile run-Isbell, Michigan,
led to kohl practice in the Field I-ouse, 9:37 4-5, 1923.
and with the exception of four ath- ? 65 yard high. hurdles - Hubbard,
let es everyone stayed indoors to work. Michigan, 8 2-5, 1923.
The four who ventured forth in their Pole vault-Brooker, Michigan, 12
EiXsbUli togs Friday were Puckle- ; feet, 5 1-2 inches, 1924.
wairtz, Frieclman, Ryrholm, and Rice. Shot put-Horner, Michigan, 48
For amn hOur they chased fielders to;feet, 3 1-2 inches, 1911.
keep off the chills. ! High jump-Sargent, Michigan, 6
Coach Fisher was in a quandary feet, 1 1-4 inches, 1912.
Friday as t1o how to work out his hurl- 440 yard dash-John, Cornell, 51 3-5,
crs. tie died not want to let them go 1922.
without any work, and he didn't want 880 yard run- Reinke, Michigan,
to work them too hard for fear the 1:56 4-5, 1923.
teami would be able to practice out K 75 yard dash-Lovejoy, Cornell, 7
dcors again today. " If the weather 3-5, -1922.
is in any way suitable today, the 65 yard low hurdles-Cruickshank,
coach plans to have his first regular Michigan, 7 4-5, 1921.
nine inning game on the main dia- 70 yard low hurdles - Johnston,
mrond. The same teams as have been Michigan, 7 4-5, 1920.
used all week will be used again with E 75 yard high hurdles-Watt, Cor-
a -Lange of pitchers every three inn- nell, 9 4-5, 1920, Hubbard, Michigan,
ings._ 1924.
1eh;b Steger sustained a bruised 75 yard low hurdles - Hubbard,
sheouler in attempting to make a shoe Michigan, 8 2-5, 1924.
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st~zrzn cac ui a o iy just before tie
closing of practice Thursday. While
the injury is not serious, Steger will
not be allowed to practice again until
niAc Imet tonight at the Field house. He .
. . 1 placed secon(I to Wittman in the 75
Russell will he one of Cornell's yar irace last year in which the
strongest bets in the 50 yaid dash at Waslveiine snrinter tied the meet rec-
the annual Michhgan-Cornell track c- of 7 3-5 Seconds.

Coach Fisher has decided to take
15 men on the spring baseball' trip,
but will not announce th-e names of
those men who are going until a few
days before the team leaves for the
More than 3,000,000,000 cigarets
were smoked in the British Isles last

C. K. GreeningI
Star in the hurdles and pole vault
who won nine points in these events
for Cornell against Yale last week.
He will oppose Hubbard and Brooker
tonight at the Yost Field house.
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