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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1926

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ESH\M\EN T M\EET TO DETERMINE GOLF TITLES
IN BIG' TEN BY NEW SYSTEM
Western Conference golf chagpiou- holding separate tourneys for individ-
ships will be determined in a new ual and team play, one meet is to 1)e
O e And Two Mile Tms wil C - way June 10 and 11 when the Big held for 10th thus making for greater
e ate s dderd eatu re ToSchol-I links, according to an announcement ers. The men will engage in 72 holes
us ie Trzac : eefHere made by Carlton F. Wells, Michigan of medal play in the two days, the
assistant golf coach. low man being awarded individual
CORNELL TRIALS SOON Mr. Wells is greatly pleased over honors. Team championships will be
the changes that have been madeni determined by taking the totals of the
As an added feature to the inter- this year's meet. In former years, the four best men from each school in the
holasti trk t that i to be competition has been held after Com- 72 hole play.
sc dic tracka ehe aist itodnencement, and has caused much in- Wells also gives the information
staged Saoturday at the Yost fila l convenience to toth players and that Michigan's golf team is now
house freshmen one mile and two coaches, last year one man being held 1 rounding into condition as a result of
mile relay teams will run against the back a week from a trip to California. I their daily drills which were instituted
two Varsity reserve relay teams. No such difficulties will be encoun- two weeks ago on the indoor practice
The Varsity one mile team will be tered this year since the meet will court in the field house.-
composed of Shipman, Jones Brown be held the week before graduation. Wolverine golfers are to meet six
and Munger, the two mile, Hornber- -Another change made is in the man- Conference opponents this year in ad-
ger, Gilbs, Wagner and Bean or Beals. ner of awarding championships. In i dition to competing in the champion-
Mike two mile team is sick it n place of the cumbersome system of ship meet.

IN PREPCARNVAL
Last Year's Marks ThreatenedB By Men
Entered In Interscholasi c
Meet Saturday
COLT STARS HOLD THREE,
Athletes entered in the 'cond an-
nual Interscholastic track i>' 'to
held Saturday at Yost field hoasWw( will
not only aim for team championships,
but will also attempt to shatter seve-

IOWA BASEBALL TEAMHOLDS1
DRILLS FOR SOUTHERN TILTS
Iowa's baseball team, awaiting the Although Merl Adams of Vail is the
delparture time for its trip to the oily letter man on tha pitching staff,

south, will continue 'to work out daily
in the Ilawkeye armory as it has been
doing in the past.
The regular diamond remains a
morass, and the Iowans have not been
allowed a single outdoor session. In-
dications show that the southern trip;
is sorely needed.
Since earl.y in February 40 men
have been going through regular
practices at batting and infield work.
Candidates for the battery berths have
'een drilled in outdoor stvle and

SPECIAL COMPASS USED
TO FIND MISSING SPIKE
A magnetic needle played the I
part of a divining rod at the field
house Tuesday afternoon. The(
spikes that had been hammered
into the floor to mark the lanes
for the Cornell meet last year '
had not been removed after the
meet, and Tuesday when work-
men attempted to find these, they t
could not do so.-
A compass was called into use,j
which was passed over the I
vicinity where the spike was
thought to be located, After five
minutes of manipulation, the 'red ,
needle that is attracted to metals ;
was drawn to the ground, and
on digging at that spot the spike(
was discovered.
Tod Rockwell Is

eral of the individual winning times' 11 1'-jl
set last year which have been con- should be in form to stand up under
sidered as records.. the strain of the five Dixie games
On the whole the performances of which will start on April 1.
last year's meet were unusually good
for high school competition, especial-
ly the marks in the broad jump, shot PHI CbDI v ErLMI H
put, pole vault, and the 50 yard dash.
Of these four mentioned, Detroit
Northwestern stars hold three, besides
three others which in all probability '
will be broken. Robinson spanned
21 feet 4 1-8 inches in the broad jump; By defeating Alpha Kappa Lambda
Ross was clocked in :05 3-5 seconds 14-13 in a hard fought game Tuesday'
l in the sprint; and Carlson heaved the night, Phi Chi strengthened its hold
12 pound ball 47 feet 4 3-4 inches. upon second position in the lower
Seegar, Ross, and Kirney bring the bracket of the class A intefraternty
total for Northwestern to six with rec- b
ords in the half mile, 50 yard low basketball tournament. Sigma Al lhal
and the 60 yard high hurdles, respee- Mu leads in this division with four
tively. The records follow: 2:09 3-5 victories and no defeats.
in the half mile, :07 seconds in the In th'e three games played Tuesday
50 yard low, and 08 2-5 in the 60 yard night in the class B tournament, the
high hurdles. results were as follows: Sigma Phi
Hathaway, of Kalamazoo Central, Epsilon, 18 Phi Gamma Kappa 3; Del--
set the pole vault mark at 11 feet 3 ta Sigma Phi, 25, Tau Epsilon Phi 9;
inches, a record that probably will and Phi Kappa Sigma, 23, Alpha Sig-
stand, and Loving, of Cass Tech, ma 11.
I cleared 5 feet 9 1-2 inches in the high The results of the eight games that
jump to establish a good mark. How- were played Tuesday night in the
ever, the latter record will probably third round of the interfraternity vol-
fall before the efforts of some of the ley ball tournament were as follows:
participants in view of their high Kappa Nu defeated Gamma Sigma, Al-
caliber. pha Tau Omega defeated Phi Mu Al-

the discovery of David Corbin, a
clever sophomore sout hpaw. has added
much bope to the teamn's chances. Otto
Stegmat, Marslalltown, is another re-
cruit from the freshman team who
has attracted the attention of Coach
Vogel of the Iawkeye squad. Wilson
Town, another aspirant for the job,
has had some varsity experience and
has been showing good form.
.aroldMiler, backstop of last year's
team, has completed his work with. theI
basketball team and will again don
the catcher's mask. He is the only
letter man out for the job.
;UNION TO HOLD CHECKERO
ANDO CHESS TOURNAMvENTS
I With the completion of the annuall
biliard and bowling tourneys, Union

CH'I PSI WINNEHI 9 ORNY
Phi Betat Delta And Phi Sig'iiia Delta
Tiedi r Second Honors With
Eight Points Each
FIVE FRESHMEN WINNERS
Final matches in five weight divis-
ions of the interfraternity wrestling
tournament were held last night in
Waterman gymnasium to determine
the team and individual champion-
ships, Chi Psi winning with a total
of nine points closely followed by Phi
Sigma Delta and Phi Beta Delta with
eight points each.
In the individual contests five fresh-
men won their matches from their up-
perlass rivals. Rubin, .Phi Beta Del-
ta,. defeated Walthour, Theta Chi, by
a large time advantage to win the 115
pound title.
Moore, Psi Upsilon, threw Holmes,
Chi Psi, in the 125 pound division
finals and Warren, Chi Psi, maintain-
ed the record by' gaining a 'fair' over

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officials are now receiving entries for Olian, Phi Sigma Delta, in the 158
the all-campus chess and checker I pound group.
tourneys which will begin next week. Boden Theta Chi, defeated Moise
in an interesting struggle' in the 175
The number of entries to date has pound division championship bout,
been 19 in the chess tourney and a and Asbec, Delta Chi, won the heavy-
like number in the checkers, but it is weight title by throwing Baer, Kappa
expected that this number will be tx- Nu, after the latter had held a two
ceeded considerably 'before the time iinute time advantage in their five
limit on entries expires on Saturday. minute match.
As an incentive to the participants, In the 135 pound division, Hinsch-
silver cups will be awarded to the berger, Phi Kappa Sigma, threw
winners. No fee is charged for en- Shure, Phi Sigma Delta, while Reutz,
trance and those desirous of playing Alpha Kappa Lambda, gained a fall
in the coming tourneys are asked to over Hodgson, Phi Kappa, to win in
file entries at the main desk of the the 145 pound division.
Union. One of the resultsHof the tournamenit
was to add more points to the general
The University of Washington's wo- I intramural point total of Phi Sigma
men's rifle team claims the intercol- Delta, which fraternity now holds a
legiate rifle title, although they were safe lead over all others in the gener-
defeated in the N. P. A. shoot, in which al standing.
non-collegiate teams participated.
Chicago has sent more men to the
For every article for sale, there is Olympic games than any other west-
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Two records that are almost sure ph'a, Delta Tau Upsilon defeated Phi!
Recommended For to fall are those in the 440 yard dash Kappa, Phi Kappa Alpha defeated 4
iand the mile run. Clausen, of Austin Theta Chi, Theta Xi defeated Alpha
JI orth Dakota Job high, Chicago, beat the field in the Rho Chi, Phi Gamma Delta' defeated
I quarter mile in the rather poor time Omicron, Delta Sigma Phi defeated-
GRAND FORKS, N. D., March 17.- of :55 4-10 to set his mark last year. Tau Delta Phi, and Phi Lambda Kappa
F. A. "Tod" Rockwell, quarterback on However, the time of Potter, of Cold- defeated Delta Chi.
the University of Michigan football water high, in the mile, 4:49, although With the interfraternity basketball
teams of 1923-24, has been recom- it may be broken, does not represent race continually narrowing, it is
mended by the University of North that runner's full ability. In the meet hoped that the semi-final rounds can
Dakota athletic board of control for last year, if he had been pressed, Pot-. be completed within the next week.
football coach. ter might have cut down several see- -
Rockwell is coach and physical di- onds but the competition was por and Football has taken such rapid strides
rector at Salem college, Salem, W. Va. I he finished fully 60 yards ahead of the in Honolulu in the last few years that:
He had a successful season at Salem field. a new stadium seating 30,000 will be
last fall, losing but two games against constructed for the beginning of the
strong competition. Patronize Daily Advertisers. season next fall.
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