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This Afternoon


Yearling Track T
Ien To Meet
rhis Afternoon
Michigan's yearling track squad will kk
old their annual organization meet-)SmBIe c n ~ck(tieI Icd
ig at 4:30 o'clock. Plans for coming ed 4'ine That Departed
eason will be outlined in detail and La Night
is imperative that all freshmen on
e squad be there. REECE, GINN TO START
The information oi the annual tele-
arphic meets will be announced and Determined to regain its lost pres-
eneral advice as to training and con- tige in the Big Ten Conference bas-
tou will be forthcoming. The man- keiri ICah ahrs ovr
er by which numerals are awardedketbhi de, Coach Mather's Wolves-
he races with the Varsity and %Reser- ine five entrained at 9 o'clock lasti
es and other information will be ex- night for Columbus, where the Mich-1
lained by Coach Hoyt. The fresh- igan team will meet the Ohio State'
fen will also hear a talk from Coach quintet tonight.
teve Farrell of the Varsity track Coach Mather included the follow-,
am- ing men on the roster for the Buck-
eye trip: Harrigan, Chambers, Doyle,
)ver 25 Entered I Reece, Oosterbaan, Gawne, Schroeder,
Babcock, and Ginn.
In First Skiing The Skipper has been trying every
Fpossible combination since his return
Tournament Here from Minneapolis Wednesday in an
effort to perfect a smooth working
Michigan's first all campus skiing team. Since Molenda and Cherry were
urnament will be held at 2:30 declared ineligible for competition, the
clock this afternoon at the Geddes Wolverine coach has been troubled
venue boulevard. More than 25 with the defensive play of the team.
atries have been received by the in- Coach Mather did not definitely de--
amural department for the event. termine the opening lineup for the
Numerals will be awarded to win- Ohio game before he left last night,'
ers of the first three places this but it is likely that he will start Har-
ternoon, and entries will be re- rigan and Chambers at forward, Cap-
ived at the course until the begin- tamo Doyle at center, and Reece and
ng of the meet. A number of those Ginn at guards.
atered are capable of jumping over In Conference basketball it is not
0 feet on the regular artificial unusual for the center to play guard
imps, but the record for the natural and for the forwards to do bioc; of
mp on the boulevard is approxi- the guarding. The lineup or score-
ately 50 feet. board has little connection with the
position the man plays. Chambers and
Doyle will probably take most of the
E defensive burden, and let Harrigan'
OCCUPY SEATS IN BALCONY and Reece carry the brunt of the of-
fensive work.
~tors at the Michigan- Sammy Babcock accompanied the
Northwestern wrestling meet and team, and may see action in some per-
at the track trials for the Illinois iod of the game. Oosterbaan will pro-
sat 'tra ck trials the Illit- bably alternate with Reece or substi-
Relays at 3 O'clock this after- tute for Doyle at center, while the
noon are requested not to stand Michigan captain drops, back to guard.
around the track and are es- i Schroeder has been improving
pecially urged to fill the seats in steadily at guard and will undoubtedly
the west balcony. face the Buckeyes. Mather has shift-
ed Gawne from center to forward and
he seems to be working well at his new

Strengthened by the acquisi-
tion of a new coach, Dr. Henry
C. Hlutchins of the English de-
partment, aind with three veter-
ans from last year's team, Mich-
igan's tennis squad will begin
regular practice on Tuesday, i1
Waterman gymnasium.
Some few racket enthus asts
have already been limbering up
in the gymnasium and when Dr.
Hutchins takes up the active
guidance of the court men he
will find a strong nucleus for a
good team. Dr. Hutchins for-
merly directed the tennis team
at Lafayette college and is him-
self an excellent player. Capt.
Krickbaum, Crane, and Vose are
all again eligible for competi-
tion, and the gaps left by Je-
rome's graduation and Eliot's
failure to return to school will
be filled soon.



Ted Sullivan, Varsity boxing men-
tor ,has entered four of his stellar
performers, McLane, Lathrop, Marko-
witz, and Myers, in the annual state
boxing tournament, to be held at
Grand Rapids on March 3, 4, and 5.
McLane, a. lightweight, and La-
throp, a welterweight, each made a1
creditable showing in the recent A. A.-
U. meet at Detroit, Lathrop surviv-
ing until the finals.
A general lack of interest has caus-
ed Coach Sullivan to cancel the all-
campus boxing tourney. If, however,
some sudden enthusiasm is displayed,
there is some likelihood that the
tourney might be staged.
Coach Sullivan is making an em-1
phatic appeal to those interested in
the boxing sport to report to him at
once at Waterman gymnasium.
Coach Yost attended a ski-jump
competition in the upper peninsula
Henry Brooks has resigned as cap-
tain of the Wisconsin basketball five. ,
Harvard's advisory football commit-
tee has resigned.

Eight Group Championships Deeided,
Four Others Narrowed Down
To Two Teamsj
Eight group championships were de-
cided, and four others narrowed down
to two teams, in the interfraternity
basketball games played this week.t
Only two seeded teams were suc-'
cessful in repeating their performance
of last year, Beta Theta Pi, group 6,
and Delta Chi, group 3, claiming this
distinction. Both teams went throughI
the initial round undefeated.
Phi. Gamma Delta and Alpha Tau
Omega will fight it out for the cham-
pionship of group 1, while Sigma Al-
pha Mu must meet Phi Beta Delta in
group 8, Sigma Nu must meet Phi
Sigma Kappa in group 10, and Alpha!
Rho Chi plays Kappa Delta Rho in
group 12.
Winners in the other groups follow: !
2, Phi Chi; 4, Kappa Nu; 5, Tau Epsi-;
lon Phi; 7, Theta Xi; 9, Lambda Chi!
Alpha; 11, Phi Kappa Sigma. Phi
Chi, Delta Chi. Kappa Nu, Beta Theta
Pi Theta Xi, Lambda Chi Alpha, and,
E Phi Kappa Sigma went through the
qualifying round undefeated.
The results of Thursday's games fol-
low: Sigma Delta Kappa 27, Phi Kap-
pa 2; Tau Epsioln Phi 22, Theta Kap-
pa Nu 14; Beta Theta Pi 22, Theta
Kappa Psi 15; Phi Sigma Delta 24,1
Phi Kappa Tau 7; Phi Kappa Sigma!
20, Delta Sigma Phi 9; Alpha Rho Chi
9, Phi Beta Pi .8; Phi Chi 11, Hermit-
age 8; forfeits-Gamma Sigma to The-
ta Chi; Xi Psi Phi to Omicron; Trigon
to Tau Delta Phi; Phi Mu Delta to Pi
Lambda Phi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon to
Sigma Nu, Alpha Chi Rho to Delta
Coach Ossie Solem, Drake's athletic I
director, has denied rumors that he is
seeking a place on Indiana's staff. I

Swimming Squad TO
W ill Compete In DItrUIIVToniIUL
Michigan's Varsity swimmmin leam
will be represented in three evens in Freycrg May Be Shifted To For' Xile
the A. A. U. championships tonight ai Relay; Lack Of 3aterial For
the Detroit Athletic club. Michigan Two Mile Tehnm
will enter a team in the 220 yard fr('
style relay, the 300 yard medley relay. 10 EVENTS ON PROGRAM
and the 50 yard free style, open
championship event.
Coach Mann named the men to mall Trials in all events that Michigan
the trip yesterday. They are Capt. Jack men have been entered in at the II.
Gow, Darnall, Batter, Mayer, Dunakin, linois indoor relay carnival next Sat-
J. Halsted, R. Halsted, Maurice Shorr, urday. will be held by Coach Steve
Whittingham, and Samson. Gow and,. Farrell at 3 o'clock this afternoon in
Darnall will swim in the 50 yard free the Yost field house.
style event, while Gow, Darnall, Bat- These trials will include a mile,
ter, Mayer, Dunakin, Whittingham, J. half mile, quarter mile, 65 yard dash,
Halsted, and Samson will form the 165 yard high and low hurdles, broad
200 yard free style team. Batter and jump, high jump, shot put, and pole
Bob Halsted will swim back stroke, vault. It is on the basis of the results
Shorr and Wittingham breast stroke.- of these time trials that men will be
Darnall and Gov free style in the selected to make the trip to Urbana.
medley event. Coach Farrell has entered teams in
all the relays, as well as men in the
nri mTHirindividual events, but today's res' ts
-111T5vmill determine if men will be taken
to compete in all the events. The dis-
abilityof Hornberger lessens the
TRIK TITLIrichances of a four mile team, unless
some of the other Varsity milers come
through in good time. Captain Frey-
By virtue of a 31-11 victory over + berg will probably be shifted to the
the sophomore engineers, the fresh- four mile relay, as there is a dearth
man lits won the interclass swimming of half milers. Likert, who was a
championship in a meet held Thursday member of the two mile team last
at the Union pool. year is not out yet. Likert was ser-
The final match was an overwhelm- J iously ill this summer, and this has
ing victory for the freshmen who gar- left him in a weak condition. Dart,
ilered a first place in every event on another half miler of merit is ineligi-
the program. Holzman, in the free ble to compete this year.
style, Minsel in the breast stroke, and With Northrup in no condition to
Warnshuis, in the diving, turned in compete yet and McLellan ineligible,
the best performances of the day. Prout is the only pole vaulter that
Coach Farrell has left on the squad.
CHICAGO. -- George Wilson, 1925 The latter has been vaulting in good
All-American half-back from the Un- form lately and it is likely that he
iversity of Washington, will organize will be entered.
and manage his own professional - -
eleven next year. MIAMI.-Articles of agreement have
been signed here by which Gene Tun-.
The University >)f, BritisColumbianey, contender for the heavyweight
contemplates introducing American crown, will meet Young Stribling on
football. March 13.



All sophomores desiring to try
out for baseball manager assist-
antships are requested to report 1
at 5 o'clock at Yost field house
during the remainder of this 1
week and the early part of next
Por every article for sale, there Is9
buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds.

Drake university has received an in-
vitation to send its football team to
Hawaii next fall.

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