Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

March 19, 1926 - Image 6

Resource type:
The Michigan Daily, 1926-03-19

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.



Confereuce Track Cij uupions Will Try
To R )Cat I do Victo
4 IQWA CITY, Ia., March 18.-Iowa's
track team, which won a Western
Conference championship for the 'first
time when the indoor meet was an~-
Cx 4 ... ~ nexed last Saturday, will take only
light work until the outdoor circuit
- Iis in shape. The Ohio and Kansas re- i
- . - ays April 17, will mark the next ap-
pearance of the Hawkeye champions.
Even balance won the title for the
Iowans with 24 1-3 points. Old Gold
athletes won points in each of the
ten events except the half and one
mile runs and in three events u laced
two men. Eleven athletes were re-
JIM~y I sponsible for points.
j RCaptain Dauber, who outclassed
the shot putters will defend his rec-
ord at the Ohio Relays. Jack Boyles, t4
the littles uole vaulter who cleard ti
- e "twelve-six" to land in a three-wayu
tie for first will be a contender int
all of the outdoor meets. t
~ If Iowa had n~ot set a strong mile
relay team into the race, th'e meetp
would have been lost. A great an-C
chor leg by Frank Cuhiel bagged thew
~event for' thc Iowans. It was the third f
AE S CAALLEGTo BOWL TR i relay viqtory in four Conference- in- a
d (oor meets. The quarter milers, two b
Noinatinig Jimmiy Bloiiin combinations of which have not lost
Because he is something besides a relay this year will be pointed forh
the stockyards and Michigan avenue the Kansas and Drake Relays. s
for Chicago to be proud of; IOn outdoor tracks the Iowa sche- s
Because he beat Jimmy Smith by jdule is: April 17, Kansas Relays at t
27 pins in a 60-game match; Lawrence, Ohio Relays at Columbus; ~
Because he held the world's bowyling April 23 and 24{. Drake Relays at I
championship for two years; Des Moines, *Penn Relays at Ph'uladel- r
Because he has been challenged by phia; May 1, Michigan dual meet at I
Charley Trucks, conqueror of Count Iowa City; May 8, Notre Dame dual
Gengler, (with Trucks' friends seeing meet at South Bend; May 15, Illinois t
the title going Blouin). duial meet at Urbana; May 28 and 29, FE
lBig Ten championships at Iowa City; a
June 11 and 12, National Colicgiate
RECNT CAG CNTETS meet at Chicago.
i~rn~TRIflhI Yale, Harvard,, Pennsylvania, and t
irm iirCornell havel been invited to sends
L i uU a Ii Utheir crews to take part in the 90th t
annual regatta of the Hamburg-Row-
Standings in the class A lnterfra- ing club of Hamburg, Germany, on
ternity basketball tournament were July 10 and 11.
considerably altered as a result ofh
games played Wednesday night in Paavo Nurmi set the world's record p
Waterman gymnasium., for the 1 mile run 4:10 2-5 August a
Trheta Xi eliminated Phi Gamma I23, 1923 in Switzerland. a
Delta in a close match which ended
in a 12-10 score, and Delta Chii was ___________________-
lput out of the lower bracket of the
round-robin by losing to Phi Kappa
Sigma, 19-7. In the upper 'bracket,
Sigma Alpha Mu earned the right to
enter the finals by disposing of Beta
Theta Pi, 27-11.
If Theta Xi conquers Sigma Nu in
rtheir next clash', Phi Kappa Sigma and
Theta Xi will go into a tie for first
-honors in the lower bracket and will
have to meet to earn the right to
In the claiss B tournament, Phi
Sigma Delta won from Theta Delta
Chii in a hectic encounter which end-I

T. C. units of the middle west
show that the University R. 0. T.
C. rifle team placed second in
hrecentstarea hotin match
by 29 points.-
as follows:Wsconin 1991, Mih
igan 1963, Illinois 1935. Michigan
State 1903, Ripon 1918, Knox
1796, Northwestern 1776. I
Bicy placing second in this :meet
cqmpete ine thesnational intercol-
legiates h'eld by the War depart-
ment starting March 16.
Light infield practice featured yes-
rday's baseball session, as most of
hie infielders has sore arms. The reg-
lar practice wvihl be reumed this af-
ernoon, providing the men are in bet-
er condition.
Pitching and batting were the de-
artmen's stressed yesterday, and
~oach Ray Fisher is well satisfied
~ith the showing of the pitchers so
ar. Therne is the only hurler incap-
citated at present, his arm being a
it sore.
Baker, a veteran catcher of last year,
Las decidedl to drop baseball this sea-
en. He is a student in the' Law
chool, and the practice sessions in-
erfered with his studies. Of the re-
maining backstop men, Edgar and
)avis are showing the most improve-
ment, and the are coming along nice-
Oosterbaan, who has won two let-
ers so far this year, reported to Coach
~isher yesterday, and will try out for
berth on the pitching squad.
With the present weather condlitions
t is likely that the squad will be out-
Loors before spring vacation. IDuring
he recess they will make their annual
onthern trip to get in condition for
he opening of the Big Ten season.
The trend in racing automob~iL
onstruction for the last ten yeai's
ias lbeen toward smaller piston (uS-
dacement and the reduction has been
.ccompanied in almost every case by
corresponding increase in speed.


PalSamson, '28, and Harl T
tio oe '27, weredelected captains o
respectively for the next year, at
meetings that these teams held yes-
terday afternoon.
Samson is a graduate of Scott high
school, Toledo, although he formerly
attended Ypsilanti high school. While
a student of Toledo he swam for the
Y. M. C. A. in that city.
During the past swimming season
Samson won the 440 yard swim in ev-
cry dual meet that Michigan had, be-
sides playing on the waterpolo team.

He was high point man in the West-
ern Conference swimming champion-
ships held here recently, scoring 10
points by virtue of his victories in I
both the 220 andl 440 yard swims.
Since Samson has been at Michigan
he has never received a gradle below a
a B, receiving all A's in his freshman
year. His last semester's grades in
the Medical school were seven hours
of A, and 11 hours of B.
Donohoe hails from Caro, Mich., and
has won his last three mneets.' Be-
sidles this he is Conference champion

in the 158 pound division, and it is
likely that he may bg taken to I'ort-
land, Ore., to compete in the national
collegiate wrestling tournament.
Donohoc entered thQ University in
1923, after graduating from Caro high
school, where he devoted much of his
time to football, track, and baskietball.
At present Donohoe is matriculated in
the literary college, but he expects to
enter the Medical school soon.
Let The Daily sell It for you tbru
mne Classified eoluinus.--Adv.


N 4'

The Big

Where shall I buy my

Spring Suit and Topcoat?

The Big






619 East William &t





An invitational amateur basketball
tournament, sponsored by the Ann
Abor Y. M C.1 A. and undrthe di-
Edwin J. Mather, basketball coach,
Elmer D. Mitchell, head of the IntrE-
mural department, and V. 0. Nelson.

firs of



will be staged April 9 and 10 at Wat- edl in a two point victory for the for-
erman gymnasium. mer, with the score standing at 18-16.
The tournament is not strictly con- Alpha Chii Rho bowed to Tau Delta
fined to amateur teams within the Phi on p.he short end of a 13-6 countI
state, and entry blanks have been sent in the only other class B game.
to organizations in Indiana, Ohio and Bo zos Five lost of tire Arcs by a
Western \Ontario.fu 2lseeiii-0-17 score in the eindeendent league
ity depending upon individual weight. Monday for the upper bracket title.
Class D is open to teams having mnem- The victors in this game will meet the
bers 115 poundls and under, class C, Northern Lights quintet for the league
120 nounds and nndler. class B. 145 Ichampionship.

(Jolt Hose

tary, is expecting 64 teams to compete 'Lawyers club; 8:30 o'clock on court
in the tournament, 16 in each divis- two, Wallworthi club versus Polonia
ion. Suitable trophies will be award- I Literary club; 8:30 o'clock on court
ed the members of the winning teams' three, Loyola club versus Akron club.
as well as awards for the winning or-
ganizations. NEWIil YORK. - Ted Sullivan who
- -- ilted the Giants and White Sex
Pataja, University of Wisconsin dis- around the world in 1914, is now turn-
tance runner is a Finn. lie is a hard Iing his attention to exhibiting Gaelic
cross country runner with many of the football in America.
char-acten-stmcs of Paavo Nurmi, great-
est distance runner in the world. IThe University of Wisconsin main-
tains three ice-skating rinks for the
The- major leagues spend about use of the students and the Varsity
$250,000 every year for trainig pur- Ihockey team.
poses, the average cost for each' man
being placed at about $650. , PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION SOW.

In PainandFancy Patterns
Will Be Put on Sale
Saturday Morning, March 20
at $2.05 the Pair
Not a pair less than $2.50 values and a great many which
were as high as $5.00 to $7.00 the pair.
You have your choIce
All sizes, 1012 to 111
Saturday Only.




10 to Choose



Closed Cars



$4182 to $211
$96 o $180


'Some for less than $100



Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan