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START STATE CA Wolverines Hold,
Dual ee l
TOUREYS TON9H Edge OnCornell

Ann Arbor and Nor hwestern Clash inI
Class A Opener; Grand BlancI
Plays Hershey
LOCAL TEAM FAVORED,
Four games of championship bask-
etball will be played tonight in Wat-
erman gymnasium as a part of the
first round of the class A and D state
championship tournament. n1ershey
and Qrand Blanc will begin the tour-
nament at 7 o'clock when they meet
in the first game of the class D
tournament.
The class A tournament will start at
8 o'clock with a game between Ann

When Cornell and Michigan meet in
their fifteenth annual indoor track
meet at Ithaca Saturday night, the
Wolverines will go into the fray with
a distinct advantage over the Red and
White men, having won ten of the
past 14 dual meets.
Cornell scored her only victories ind
1911, 1914, 1920 and 1922. In both
1911. and 1914 the Red and White
track team wvon the E~astern Intercol-
legiate meet in which Michigan com-
peted both years. The Wolverines
captured second place in the meet in
1911 with 24 points, when Cornell won
with 30 1-2 points, w hile in 1914 the
Maize and Blue men finished th'ird ia
the meet with 29 1-2 points, Cornell

Arbor and Detroit Northwestern. At winning with 48 points.
9 o'clock St. Mary's and Alpena will
meet in the second game of the classj
D tournament, and at 1' o'clock De-I T EN (oUr F F UTEOURETEEN!
troit Southeastern will meet Holland' i
in the second class A game. IM C
The Ann Arbor-Northwestern gamej 1902 ................ 42% 29/
promises to be an exciting and close-Il 1903................421 29/
ly contested game. Both teams have 1904................49 2
enviable records. Northwestern fin- 1910... ............54 17f
ished among the first four in the 1911 ........., ......3.3/3% j8%
championship race in Detroit and won 1912 ................ 41 81
the right to compete in the tourney ' 1913 ................ 43 f 28
by winning a game in the elimination 1914................27 44
tournament held in Detroit last week. 1920 ................40 46
Ann Arbor has a more imposing ree- 1921 ................50/2< 35/2
ord than her opponents going through 1922 ................27 59
the entire- playing season ;without a 1923................ 66/ 28'
defeat, and emerging from the region- 1924 ................ 67 28
al tourney in the same manner. 1925 ...............64 5-6 30 1-6
Detroit Southeastern, defending
champions, also has an imposig rec-h
odlosing only one game during the!I The other two years that Michigan
season and winning the play off tour- fell at the hands of the Ithacans the
naent which decided what Detroit Wolverines were back in the Confer-
teams would enter in the state tour ence after their withdrawal from 1907
ney. Holland was second in the re- to 1918. In the Conference inoor
gional tournament held atnKalama- meet of 1920 Michigan placed second
zoo last week-end. to Illinois with 30 points, the winner

HOYT'S YEARLINGS
TO SELECT LEADEWB
Conference 'relegrapllh e Meet ClosedG
Seson For Track Men; Award
Nimerals Next Week
TEAM IS WELL BALANCED
C ach Hoyt's yearling track team
will meet at 4:30 o'clock this after-
noon at the Yost field house to elect
a captain for the coming outdoor sea-
son.
The Conference telegraphic meet,
sponsored by the Big Ten weekly, held
Llast week completed the indoor corn
petitive program for the year. Coach
Hoyt announced that numeral awards
I would be given out some time next
week. Last year 37 freshmen were
the recipients of the insignia for work
done during the indoor track season.
The squad this year although
possessing no outstanding stars is
well balanced and boasts of consist-
ent performers. In the dual tele-
graphic meet with Wisconsin Hoyt's
freshmen scored a vin principally on,
their ability to take second and third
1places. In the other meet which in-
cluded Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota and
Wisconsin the Wolverine yearlings
finished in fifth place.
Freshmen who have shown up well
during the past indoor season include
Kelley, Medsger, and Hough in the 440,
Monroe and Hunt in the half mile and
Smith, Wuerfel and Eddy in the mile.
1 The latter trio scored a slam in. the
mile in the dual meet with the Badg-
ers. Kinney has turned in good per-
formances in the high hurdles and
Lane recently placed third in the high
jump, in the Conference meet, with a
leap of 5 feet 10 inches.
At present Coach Hoyt is putting his
squad through strenuous workouts in=
preparation for the outdoor season
which with the present weather indi-
cations will begin shortly.

MICHIGAN MEN HOLI)
11['11) .JT -MREC'ORDIS
IBesides De Hart Hubbard, '25,j
holder of the world's record of
25 feet 10 7-8 inches in the run-
ning broad jump, Michigan has
another broad jump champion,
whose record has stood the rav-
ages of time possibly longer than
any other record now on the
books.
On.Nov. 8 1884, 1 .J. Carpen-
ter, then a student at the Univer-
sity made a jump of ninr feet in
the standing back hr6L,&!jum ),
with weights. This recor, for
an amateur jumper, for profes-
sional men have beaten this
mark on occasions, has stood on
the books for 38 years, possibly
the longest record in existence
on the track records of America.j

Golfers May GoI
Outdoors
Within Ten Days
Michigan's golf team will begin
I working outdoors within the next ten
days or two weeks, according to all
present indications, at which time the
real practice will begin.
So far the workouts on the special1

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S10TENNIS S~OTO HAV
OUTDOOR PRACTICE SOONi
Varsity tennis candidates entertain
hopes of abandoning their indoor
practice sessions in Waterman gymna-
sium and continuing their training
out of doors. Eight men have been
practicing indoors several tiime' a
week, and consequently the members
of the squad are in good condition
to begin their more strenuous outdoor
work.
Although the clay courts are still
unable to be used due to their flood-'
ed condition, weather conditions per-
mitting, the concrete courts can bea
utilized. Captain Krickbaum and sev-
eral other members of the squad were
able to play on the concrete courts
Friday and it is hoped that all prac-
tice can be held outdoors in the fu-
ture.
Michigan's hopes for a champion-;
' ship team are centered upon the three
letter men remaining from last year's
team and about half a dozen other
candidates. Captain Krickbaum, Crane,

practice court in the field house have
been limited to the most promising
candidates for the team, du to the
absence of adequate facilities for a.
large squad.
Captain Feely, Glover, and Iast-
ings letter men of last year's team,
have been active at the field house.
Cole, a sophomore, Newman, and
Goodspeed have also been down to!
the practice court. Bergelin and
Werner, who are only freshmen, are
competing with the Varsity candidates
and are showing themselves worthy
rivals.
Kenneth H isert,,University of Chi-
cago athlete, is probably the out-
standing man in the Conference for
the individual title this year because
of his record last summer when hie
qualified for the championship flight
of the Western amateur tourney. It
is, however, too early to make any
predictions, for many things may hap-
pen before June.
Little is known of the prospects
of the other Big Ten schools, but it
now looks as if Michigan will finish
well toward the top. Much, more can
be told after spring vacation, for the
coaches are depending on the men to
round into excellent condition during
this ten .day period which may to a
large extent determine the personnel
of the team. Feely Glover, and Iast-
ings appear to be the strongest of
the Wolverines and it is on these
three men that Michigan's hopes de-
pend.
and Vose are the veterans of the
squad.
For every article ror sale, there is
a buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds.

Coach Edwin J. Mather, of the I1LV IIifUL IUIU
Ichampionship basketball five, is ____
increasing his triumphs, his lat- Michigan baseball teams have not
est achievement being that of a suffered any overwhelming defeats in
first class radio announcer. the last five years, the worst loss com-
The "Skipper" addressed the I asing at the hands of Wisconsin last
University of Michigan club of year 11-2.
Indianapolis Ind., at a special
dinner held Friday night, ex- In 1928 the team went through the
Iplaining in detail the ins and Conference schedule undecfeated while
outs of basketball. h in the season following no game was
The Indianapolis Star and lost by a margin of nore than two
the State high school lbasketb)all runs.
committee then inlvitedl Coach The first feature gamy of the team
Mather to announce one of the ( took place in 1921 when lay, Fisher
championship high school games I became the coach of the team. In an
over the radio. l 18 inning game with Wisconsin, play-
Reports, coning from all ed at Madison, Michigan finally man-
parts of the state, stated that aged to score the winning run. It
Coach Mather was the finest an- was in this game that Fisher wad
nouncer of all those called1upon) I I forced to send Karpus, his third base
to announce the various games. man, into the pitcher's 'box. After
t nn t a holding the Badgers scoreless, Karpus
l-- _________ delivered the hit that scored the d(-
ciding run.
There have been many other inter-
IAIIRIPLIIESe1 esting games played by the Wolverine
teams since that time. In 1924 Mich-
igan engaged the Northwestern nine
in a game here. After the home team
Thad scored two runs in the third ing-
ing signs of rain caused attempts to
Competition between the winners of be made to make the three outs re-
the group leagues in the interfrater- quired to retire the side. This was
nity volley ball league will get un- I done in order to fulfill the four and
der way early next week at Water- one-half innings necessary to win a
man gymnasium. game.
It is expecte( that by the end of The Purple team comiitel all pos-
this week the teams remaining in the sible errors in the game and 10 runs
running will have been narrowedI were scored. According to the coach
dlown to the leaders of the different it was learned later that it had not
(livisions, and the championship elim- been attempting to stall. The final
inations will then start. score was 13-0.
The winners in Tuesday's games I In the return game played at.Evans-
follow: Sigma Phi, Sigma Alpha Mu, ton the Michigan team barely nosed
1Delta Tau Epsilon, Theta Xi, Kappa out the Northwestern outfit, scoring
Nu, Phi Kappa, Delta Upsilon. two runs in the last inping to win
3-2.
SEATTLE, Wash. - Charles Hoff,
the Norwegian holder of the world's compete in the University of Washing-
( ~n vm lt. rx 1 asben invited to nn rela ecrnivalhe re May 1.

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having 40 points. In 1922 Michigan
took a poor fifth at the indoor Con-
ference meet. It was in this season

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Coach Matt Mann's faculty swim-
ming class which has been meeting
every Monday and Thursday at the
Union pool, has accepted the invita-
tion of the Beavers of the Detroit Ath-
letic club to swim and dine with them
April 15, at the Athletic club pool.
Scotland beat England in their an-
nual rugby match at Twickenham, 17
to 9. The series began in 1871. Eng-
land has won 20 matches, Scotland 19.
and nine 'have been drawn.
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that Michigan took the worst beating
they ever received from the Cornell- rell's men conquered the Ithaca squad
ians, being left on the short end of 67 1-2-28 1-2, repeating this perform-
a 59-27 score. ance the next year by the score of
Since this defeat Michigan has not' 67-28. Last year the score of the meet1
lost a meet to the Red and White here was 64 5-6-30 1-6.
track squad, capturing the last three -
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