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FAGE S1Y

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1926

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SCHOOL SWI'MMERS
TO COMPETE HER
Prinnarie Will Be Hdi Satiirdahy
.Morning And Finals That
Afternoon
MANY SCHOOLS ENTERED
Preliminaries in the Mid-west inter-
scholastic swimming meet will be held
Saturday morning at the Union pool
with the finals carded for 4 o'clock
in the afternoon.
Entries from more than 14 schools
representing four states have been re-
ceived, and with preliminaries and
semi-finals necessary in practically
every event on the program, competi-;
tion promises tp be keen.
Northwestern high school of Detroit,
and Ann Arbor high school's tank-
sters should lead the other schools in
team points, both teams having per-
feet dual meet records, with North-
western having a slight advantage.
This is the first time in the history
of swimming at Ann Arbor high that
the team has gone through the sea-
son without suffering a defeat. Dick
Papenguth, former Varsity diver, is at
present coaching the high school team
here.
Two interscholastic stars who have
never suffered defeat will meet in the
free style events, when Craig of De-
troit Northwestern and Schwartz of
Marshall high' school Chicago oppose
each other. Schwartz is a holder of
many A. A. U. records and is at pres-
ont national junior champion in the
220 yard free style.
Graf and Nott of Ann Arbor have
a decided edge in the fancy diving
and should win with ease from the
other contestants though with several
out of the state schools entered, up-
sets are liable in any event.
The states which will be represent-
ed 'by high schools at the meet Sat-
urday are Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, and
Michigan.
Ernie Nevers, the former Stanford
University football star, made his de--
but in a major league uniform at the
Browns' training camp at Tarpon
Spring, Fla., yesterday.
Neither Wisconsin nor Iowa has a
senior on its basketball team this sea-
son. Consequently, each should be,
strongly represented on the court in
127.
WASHINGTON.-Secretary Kellogg
declined to disclose to the Senate for-
eign relations committee the reasons
why the Countess Garolyi was exclud-
ed from this country.
MEASUR EMENTS FOR GOWNS
S ''0W-BEING TAKEN AT MOE'S
All senior men may now beI
measured for gowns at Moe's
Sport shop, North UniversityI
avenue. All orders must be
placed by March 20.I

FARRELL ANNOUNCES MEN I
I WHO WILL RUN AT 3. S. C.
Coach Stephen J. Farrell yes-
terday selected the men that will
compete in the Michigan State
college indoor meet at East Lan-
sing Friday. A total of 14 men
from the Varsity and reserve
teams were chosen.
Schmeling, Beals, Thoits and
Wagner will comprise the 'two
mile relay team that has been
entered, Sterling and Koplin willj
participate in the 40 yard dash,
Munz and Lovette are entered
in the shot put and Snider, Las-
ser and Voelker are the Wolver-
ine entries in the high and low I
hurdles.
I )ther Michigan men who willI
compete are Waldo, Burgwin and
-Moese.
AND BOWLINGNARROVING
With the realization that the semi-I
final round of the straight rail com-
petition is at hand, the Michigan Un-I
ion officials yesterday gave out theI
statement that all rounds except the
final must be played in the three bil-1
liard room tourneys not later than
Tuesday night. The outstanding
matches will be posted on the bullet-
in board and the contestants should
play them off as soon as possible.
Next Tuesday the names of the fin-
alists will be posted, and they will
play later in the week.
The second round drawings of the
bowling tournament will be made to-
night, and the eight surviving singles
players will be expected to report
their totals by Saturday night at the
latest. The pairings in the doubles
has been delayed by the lateness of,
the teams in reporting their scores,
but the qualifiers are given below,
and their pairings for the first round
also will be made tonight. The teams
that made the eight highest scores
are: Richardson brothers; Bumpus
and Doyle; Skadden and Paeplow;
Lyons and Holmes; Mesner and

CHANGE1 TESTS FOR
SIGMADELTA PSI;
Two ile Run Repliaced By M:ile That
31v4 Be Covered "n At
Least Six Minutes
100 YARD SWIM CHANGED
Several changes have been made in
the tests which men must take to be
admitted to Sigma Delta Psi, honorary

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P1i1 SIGMA iAPP A WINS
PLACE IN BOWLING 3WEET
Phi Sigma Kappa captured
fourth place in the Western
Conference fraternity bowling
league, comprising all the ira-
otenities in the Big Ten col-
leges. l Kiampa pha f Ohio
State universitv first ho-
ors with a high score of 262:.
The order of sann int f c the
five highest teams with their re-
spective seore<, is as fellows:
Phi Kappa Alpha, 0' is .tato,
2625; Psi Omeg.a, e ,t
2577; Sigma Phi Omega, is-
consin, 2761; Phi Sigma Kppn,
Michigan, 255Z; '1 alK amppa E)-
silon, Wisconsin. 249
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athletic fraternity.
Tha two mile run has been removed
from the list of tests and the mile run
substituted. The mile must be nego-
tiated in 6 minutes or better. The old
two mile requirement was 12 minutes
15 seconds.
Candidates arc still expected to do a
handstand for 10 seconds but are now
allowed to move where formerly abso-
lute stillness was necessary.
The swimming test has undergone
the most radical change, it now being
required that the 100 yard swim the
made in 2 minutes instead of 1 minutej
15 seconds as before.
These changes have been made with
a view of greater fairness to the try-
out and should give him a better
chance to attain the highest honor in
the general' athletic field. It is not
thought, however, that these changes
will lower the standards of the fra-
ternity too much.
Anyone may try out for Sigma Delta
Psi at any and all times during his
four years in college. Trials are at
the present time being held by Coachf
Hoyt at the field house and several
men are on hand. Northrup and Ohl-
heiser have recently become membersj
of Sigma Delta Psi and Snyder has
only the swim event yet to do. Other
men trying out are Bishop, Brown,
Burgwin, Freyberg, Russ, Groshko,
and Fingerle. Landowski, pole vault-
er, and Wesbrook, pole-vaulter and
tennis star, were the first Michigan
men to acquire membership. At pres-
ent, there are seven active members
at Michigan.
Sigma Delta Psi is a national fra-
ternity which now has 23 chapters,
six of which' are in Big Ten schools.
The other Conference chapters are at

Phi Kappa Sigma And Sigma Nu \1jCTEAM TO MET
Lead In Interfrafernity Track.
hi 1Eipa Sigina and Sigma Nu Sigma Delta, 36 feet, four inches. BT
- ries shared top honors in the qual- 440-yard-Rich, Delta Chi; Falcon-
ir tas ofa he nnul>iter, r er, Phi Kappa Sigma; Hough, Tau
ring trials of the annual interi- Kappa Epsilon; Cook, Kappa Sigma; , Varsity Sextet To Oppose Badgers In
raitty indoor track and field meet, Lowry, Sigma Nu; Bucha non, Phi Last Two Games On Wolverine
1iefore several hundred specta- Gamma Delta.
Slast night at Waterman gymna- Ialf-mile-Paul, Omicron; O'Brien,
n Phi Kappa; Tait, Phi Kappa. Sigma; ARE SECOND IN BIG TEN
The feature event of the early part Walsh, Phi Sigma Kappa; Manley,
the program was the 50 yard dash, Beta Theta Pi; Giles, Phi Kappa Sig- If weather conditions permit, the
ltrt was marked by spectacular and jma; Kendrick, Alpha Tau Omega; Varsity hockey squad will meet Kay
"ow, finishes. The ten runners who ilunt, Phi Gamma Delta; Profit, Del- Iverson's Badger sextet tonight, in the
nalified covered the distance in less ta Sigma - ,P. first of a two game series. The Wol-
in six seconds. The low and high i Mile-Brown, Theta Chi; Thoms, verines arrived at the Wisconsin Capi-
irdles also proved to be very in- Phi Chi; ;Maynard, Alpha Kappa,1 tol yesterday, after having met the
Mesting events on the card. The en- Lambda; Lowry, Sigma Nu; Radford, Gophers in a two game series played
ants in these events took the huri- Alpha Rho Chi; Amstutz, Kappa Delta Monday and Tuesday nights at Minne-
ii neat fashion which brought a Rho. apolis. The Wisconsin games were
u 4 of applause from the fans- . originally scheduled for last Friday
Carlson, of Sigma Nu, won indivil- Boxers To 'O pete and Saturday night but had to be can-
)lI honors in the shot-put with a celled on account of poor ice condi-
irow 01 42 feet, and eight inches, tions.
kilw Amos. of Phi Chi, was a close Five members of Coach Ted Sulli- Although the Wolverines were twice
liow r with a distance of 40 feet, van's boxing class are competing in defeated by Minnesota, thereby assur-
no niches.i the Stae A A tournament at lng the Gophers of the Conference
I the StateoA.events.andurnaminteat
SGa iaaro of events and qualwerst, title, they showed improved form and
Mlow: Gxrand Raids. "Red"Markowitz, 124are expected to give Wisconsin plenty
50-yard dash-Mirriman, Delta Chi; pounds, "Red" Myers and Roger liMc- of opposition. The games will end the
lynn, Phi Kappa Sigma; Paul, Om- Lean, 135 pounds, Louis Gibson, 160 Conference season for the Michigan
ron; Laffin, Omicron ;Hicks, Delta pounds, and Frank Lathrop, 145 sextet and upon the result depends
igma Phi: Tarbell, Phi Kappa Psi; pounds comprise the entries fron the final standing of Coach Barss'
Vkite, Phi Sigma Kappa; Wagner, Coach Sullivan's class. These men squad. They are at present in second
ina N; Hoffman, Kappa Sigma. were extended an invitation to partici- place, having defeated the Badgers in
65-yard low hurdles-Hudson, Phi pate in the tournament on the strength. the second game of the series which
appa: Miller, Phi Kappa Sigma; Mo- of their showing in the recent De-' was played on the Coliseum rink ear-
?da. Phi Gamma Delta; Lock, Alpha troit contests, in which they worked f lier in the season. The first game
al i Lami'bda; Lawrence, Kappa their way well up into the finals. Atty having ended in a tie.
inima; Carilson, Sigma Nu; Lowry, winners among this group will be en-- The final score of the second Min-
mgia Nu. tered in the National tournament nesota game was 2-1 in favor of the
k,-yard high hurdles-Desenberg, which will be held later in the month I Gophers. Captain Reynolds scored the
hi Sigma Delta; Travis, Beta Theta at Boston. lone Michigan goal.
i; Lawrence, Kappa Sig-ma; Stran- These same. men will meet a team
ky. Beta Theta 11i; Newton, Phi Sig- representing the Detroit City college hOT SPRINGS. - Sam Rice, out-
a Kappa; Shannon, Phi Kappa. on March'17 and one week later they fielder of the Washington American
high jump-Pitner, Phi Gamma Del- will compete at the Detroit Yacht league club, won the annual Wash-
; icks, Delta Sigma Phi; Timber- club. ington Anniversary Golf tournament.
ke, Fellows, Pollock, Baer. Height

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COMPLTESMTH ~

Results of the match i-;bohh the l.
0. T. C. rifle team coinplet<-d firing fo
yesterday in the Sixth Corps area.
which includes praci(-aliy all the ma- F
jor colleges an(! universities in Mich- ic
igan, Illinois, and \\r in, were Si
sent to Chicago, area heasu art ers, N
for final compuiltiin. I
The local outfit will contest for tihe
silver cup offered as a prize for t ie;K
match. The cup is iten held by Ripon 'EIe
college, Wis. In the t-sme oi this It. 1K
0. T. C. area are Northwestern, C hi-;Si
cago, and Wisconsin universitice, all
of whose teams will give stiff coin-
petition to the local men. P
I1. G. Walker, '26, aid A. G. 1ime, P
'271i' tied for first place on the iam 1
with peifect 0sco0s TI -" em Iinr m
of the ten men plac d well up in thes
scoring. The three highesl teams in to
this match will shoot in the nation- la
al intercollegiate mat hes to be i l(A d
in May.
Pittsburgh's two stellar basefe:1-
ers, Max Carey and lazen (uy-ir, C
each stole more sacks in 1925 than :N
the entire Brooklyn team combined.. P

feet.
Shot-put---Carlson, Sigma Nu, 42
h, (ight inches; Amos, Phi Chi, -0
At, nine inches; Winkwort, Delta
hi, 39 feet two, inches; MacGregor,
( feet, ten inches; Arndt, Beta Theta
i, 36 feet, four inches; Olian, Phi

Cobb; Resman and Fordham; Seider Indiana, Northwestern. Ohio State ,
and Goldberg; and Nix and Broderick. Minnesota, and Wisconsin.
Faist, 9223, vs. Stark, 3844; and
Bumpus, 6919, vs. Briggs, 4147, re I"Cookie" Cunningham, Ohio State's
the two semi-final matches in the star basketball center, again looms as
straight rail tourney, and these games a dangerous contender for individual
must be shot by Tuesday night. scoring honors in the Big Ten this
season.
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hurler, had one of his poores-t seas- Let The Daily sell it for you thru
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