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YA{dE SIX

THE, MICIIIGAN I_-)AII_.Y

TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1926

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ALL ENTRIES FR
Varsity Tenin Will Prac ve T1,vice
Daily To (( In elnd d ;on For
('hampion is
TICKETS ON SALE NOW
In a final effort to c ondition his
men for the Conference echampion-
ship meet, which will be held here
Friday and Saturday, Coach Matt
Mann, of the Varsity swimming team,
has ordered all of his men to report
for practice twice a day for the re-
mainder of the week.
Entries- have been received from
all of the Conference schools with the
exception of Ohio, which has no swim-
ming team, and competition both in
the preliminaries and finals promises
to be the keenest ever witnessed since
the first championship was held I 6
years ago.
All of the competing teams and
their respective coaches are' expect-
ed to arrive in town by Thursday,
and the fancy divers of the various
schools are expected to make their
appearance by tomorrow at the latest,
as this event requires a great deal o'
preliminary practice on the sprin;-
board which is to be used in the meet.
Tickets for the preliminaries and
finals have been placelon sale at the
field house and Union at $1 ach
Seats will not be reserved, althougi
the number of tickets sold will neces-
sarily have to be limited because of
the lack of adequate facilities to han-
dle any great number of spectators.
Michigan is now leading the other'
teams in the Michigan A. A. U. stand-
ings with a total of 37 points, the De-
troit Yacht club is second with 26, and
the Detioit Athletic club is third with
17.
Although Michigan will be unable
to add to her point total through any
team score in the meet which will be
held in Detoit Saturday night, 1ob
Wagner, who is ineligible for Varsity
competition because of an "E receiv-
ed a year ago, but who is eligible to
compete in other contests because he
removed his probation at the begin-
ning of this semester, will swim in
the pentathlon event and s1houl1d1take(
first or second( place easily.
'ENTRIES FOR ALL-CAMPUS
MIT TOURNAMENT OPEN
Entries for the all-campus wrest-
ling tournament to be held March 18,
19, 20, are now open at Waterman
gymnasium and Yost field house, and
all those wishing to take part in the
matches must enter and weigh in be-
fore March 18.
Coaches Keen and Botcher, of the
Varsity \n freshman mat squads will
be in..chi rge of the bouts. Numeral
sweaters will be awarded to the win-
ner of each weight.
Contestants may enter any of the
seven classes provided they can make
the maximum weight of the class chos-
en. Routs in the 115, 125, 135, 145,
158, 175, and unlimited weight will
be held.
FRATERNITY lOLLEY BALL
GETSUNDER WAY TONIGHT
Interfraternity volley ball will get
under way tonight at Waterman gym-
nasium when eight teams go into ac-
tion. There are four teams in each
of the 11 leagues have been formed.
Teams have been seeded from last
year's showing and a close tourna-

ment is expected. Phi Lambda Kap-
pa, last year's champion has again
entered a team.
The seeded teams for this tourney
follow: group 1, Sigma 111; group 2,
Phi Sigma Delta; group 3, Nu Sigma
Nu; group 4, Pi Kappa Alpha;! group
5, Delta Alpha Epsilon; group 6, Sig-
mna Phi; groaup 7, Kappa Nu; group 8,
Delta Tau Upsilon; group 9, Phi Gam-
ma Delta; group 10, Phi Mu Alpha;
group 11, Phi Lambda Kappa.
Work on the new $2,000,000 North-
'western university stadium probably
will start about April 10, it was an-
nounced by Asst. Bus. M1an. George S.,
Dalgety. It is hoped that the stadium
will be ready this fall.

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HOLD FIRST WIIE MEETS
Telegraphic meets have been
arranged with Iowa and Wis-
cousin for Coach Hoyt's fresh-
man track squad this week,
which will be the first engage-
ment in time competition for the
yearling team this year.j
The meets will not be run at'
any efinite time, but during theI
regular practice sessions of the
men throughout this week. Fin- I
al results of the trials are rec-
orded and wired to the compet-
ing schools, meets being decided
by the highest number of points
scored by a school.
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SIX MATCHES SCHEDULED1
FORVARSITY GOLF TAI
Varsity golf candidates, with Cap-
tain Feeley at the helm, are holding
regular drills on the new practice'
course, recently installed in the field
house. As soon as weather condi-
tions permit practice will be removed
to the outdoor links.
Six preliminary matches with Con-
ference teams have already been sche-
duled. In the first match, the Michi-
gan golfers will meet Ohio State at
Columbus. Following the Ohio State
match, Illinois and Purdue will come
to Ann Arbor, and Wisconsin will be
met at Madison and Northwestern at
Evanston. In the final match, Chi-
cago will oppose the Varsity golfers
here.
It is highly probable that informal
matches will be secured with the De-
troit country club and other clubs in
Detroit. The Varsity golfers will
make their final appearance in the
Conference golf meet which will be
held at Chicago about the middle part
of June.
nhisyear, as in previous years, the
number of university students with
playing privileges at the Ann Arbor
country club will be limited to 15 or
less. It is expected that of this num-
ber playing rights will be awarded
to four freshmen, if sufficient ability
is shown.
LINCOLN.-Capt. Ed Weir, all-Am-
erican tackle on last year's Univer-
sity of Nebraska football team, to-
day accepted a position oin the Corn-
huskers' coaching staff. He will
coach the line.

Hoff Goes After
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IM(INFSPICTURES 11"kIiE N
OF UiEiI IIOVSE VEYIS
MTdoving pictures of the after-
noon activities at the field house
were taken Saturday afternoon
by "Reograms" by special ar-
rangement with Philip 1C. Pack,
director of the Michigan News
bureau.
These consist of pictures of,
the wrestling meet with Chicago,
closeups of all the coaches, bat-
ting practice in the cage, and a
flashlight photograp1 of ti
crowds going in to C ( ,>
State-Michigan basketball no.
'these pictures will be' released
in 40 theaters throughout the
state and will appear in Ann
Arbor theaters some time this
Teek.

FARRELL LOOKS
GCONFEREN CE T
Victory Muist Comie From Seco

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WISCONSIN RIFLE
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HOLD 440 TRIALS T(

Telegraphic reports from the
University of Wisconsin state
that the university rifle team
won their match last week by
forfeit. The forfeit was rather
disappointing to the men on the
local team who totaled 3538 in
points, by far the best that has
been done this year. The match
puts Michigan in tie for fourth
place in the Big Ten rating.
This week's matches are fired
against Northwestern and Illi-
nois. Following this meet the
team will fire, outside the Big
Ten, against Missouri, Nebraska,
Kansas, and Cincinnati.

Coach Farrell was unable to state
definitely yesterday what men would
make up the personnel of the Wol-
verine track representation in the
Conference indoor meet at Evanston
Saturday, but stated that there willI
be several tryouts this afternoon in-
cluding those in the 440 competition.
While the veteran coach would
make no definite statements as to the
likelihood of a Michigan victory, he
is, nevertheless hopeful and it is felt
by all that Steve's tracksters will be
in the running every step of the way.
Michigan's chances this yeay do not
depend as they did a year ago on.
the performance of a few stars. Sec-'
ond, third and fourth places will beI

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POCKET BILLARD STAR'
WILLAPPER AT UNION
Ralph Greenleaf, the world's unde-
feated pocket billiard champion for
six consecutive years, will make his
first appearance of the year on Satur-
day, March 20, at the Michigan Union,
in two exhibition matches, afternoon
and evening.
The management of the Union last
night made definite arrangements with
Sylvester Livigston, business mana-
ger for Greenleaf, and former handler
of Hoppe and Schaefer.
Following a nervous breakdown lat
winter, Greenleaf went to New York
to conclude his schedule in the Na-
tional Championship league, and,
1 meeting Frank Taberski in a six game
series, defeated the Schenectady star
in every game.
During the week of October 24,
Greenleaf played Charles HarmoI,
Eastern States Champion, in a mat.
of 1500 points, and defeated him IUy
a score of 1500 to 1107, with a hig4
run of ,127 balls, and numerous others
over sixty.
Tickets will be on sale in the bit
hard room and at the main desk of
the Union, beginning Friday, Marci
12. Due to the small size of the ex-
hibition room at the Unlon,.only A
limited number of tickets will be avail
able.ai
The world's record for the 100 yard
dash, 9 3-5 seconds, was set by Dan
Kelly at Spokane, Wash., in 1906.

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Babe Adams says he isn't going to;
use resin, although the National lea- ihes' final score Saturday.
gue will let every pitcher use a bag of Hester, winner of the 75 yard dash
it. Other hurlers can turn fiddlers, at the Illinois relays, is being counted
but he intends to stick to pitchin'.-on to score heavily in the 50 yard
event, and it is not unlikely that
"You can lead a ball player to hat, places will be secured by three Wol-
but you "can't make im tihink," is verines for Kelly and Leschinsky are
McGraw's version of the old adage. as fast as they come.
It is still doubtful whether Captain
Yankees have rookie pitcher named Freyburg will run in the mile or re-
Chesterfield. It is to be presumed he turn to his old event, the 880 yard
has as much smoke as any cigaret.
Dode Paskert, former National lea-
Wheat has gone up in price again, gue performer, says HE was greatest
but farmers won't benefit from the fielding center gardener the game has
rise.. Zach's his first name, and he's produced, but allows Cobb the edge
going to get $16,000 for playing with as an all-around player. Which saves
Brooklyn this season. Ty from utter oblivion.

run. This will not definitely be'
known until the meet and will depend
on which event Freyburg and Coach
Farrell decide to be more profitable.
Michigan's mile relay team and
quarter milers are still a big ques-
tion. Mueller, Ohlheiser, Herrnstein,
and 1'einsinger compose a capable
quartet, and in view of their recent
times must not be underrated. A win
is not by any means impossible al-
though the Hawkeyes boast one of the
finest teams in the country. Talent
in the 440 yard event is the best seen
in the Big Ten in several years and
this guarantees a fast race.
In the other events Michigan must
take thirds and fourths and in these,
the Conference indoor title may be de-
cided.

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Ander ¢i:Inc.

Charles Hoff
As unsatisfied with his achieve-
ments as Alexander the Great, Charles j
Hoff, world's champion pole vaulter
and all-around Norwegian athlete is
in training at Georgetown university,
Washington, D. C., to smasW some
more records. Photo shows him in a
broad jump.
PHILADELPHIA.- The University
of Pennsylvania Athletic council isI
contemplating increasing the prices
of football tickets next fall, it be-
came known today.
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