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FARRELL'S MEN TO MEET CORNELL AT ITHACA TOI

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By . M. Johnson
Cornell Daily Sun
ITHACA, N. Y., March 26.-Sharp contests in practically every event on
the program are in prospect when the Michigan-Cornell track teams com-
pete in their annual indoor meet which is to be held in the Drill hall
tomorrow night. This is the last event on the winter sports program at
Ithaca and is the only intersectional intercollegiate track meet of the
season.
Exceptionally keen competition is expected in t e sprints where, Rus-
sell, indoor intercollegiate title-holder for the 70 yard dash will meet
Hester, Western Conference champion in the 50. In view of the past per-

Matmen To Meet,
In All-Campus
Finals Today
Champions were crowned in two
(livisions oftthe all-campus wrestling
I tourney yesterday afternoon in Water-
man gymnasium and finalists determ-
ined in all but two of the other
weights. All titles will be decided at t
3 o'clock today.
The two men winning intramural
sweaters were Clark Baldwin, heavy-
weight, and Maxwell Rubin, flyweight,
both of whom are members of Coach
Pete Botchen's freshman squad. Bald-
win holds the distinction of winning,
a title without wrestling as he was!
the only heavyweight dentered. Rubin
and Bruce were the only entrants in
the 115 pound class so they decided to
'settle their differences yesterday
than wait until today as scheduled.
Rubin gained the decision on a fall
near the end of the bout after Bruce1
had held the advantage most of the
time.
Several interesting bouts featured
the 135 pound division. Sullivan de-
feated Gillespie in a preliminary!
match only to lose to Shore, anotherj
freshman, in a hard fought overtime
struggle. Hinchberger won from
Chiltenden and meets Lamont today
in a semi-final encounter. The win-
ner of this match opposes Shore inf
the finals, also this afternoon.
In the 158 pound class, Hall wonj
his way to the finals by successive
victories over Siventon and Mol. His
opponent this afternoon will be Du-
rant, a man weighing only 148 pounds,j
but who desired to enter the heavier
class. Ie threw Robinson in tle,
semi-finals after 2 minutes 12 seconds.
Maebius, Ratner, Paul, and Wolff
are the semifinalists in the 145 pound
class, having won their way in d3-
cisive fashion,: the latter two being
especially aggressive. There were ten
entries in this division.
Anschell and Smith, one of Coach
Botchen's proteges, are the finalistsj
at 175 pounds having won their bouts
over Moise and Schuh'an respectively.
Mendelson and Glickanf will meet
in the finals of'the 125 pound compe-
tition, the latter winning a decision
over Stephens.
MOSCOW. - The Soviet govern.
ment has declared war on smugglers.

MICHIGAN HAS ADVANTAGE
f OVER CORNELL IN RECORDS I
(By Associated Press)
1-Michigan-Cornell (lual records'
that have been made in many;
yearshthese two schools have en-
gaged in competition and whichj
will be attacked in tonight's
meet between the two achools atI
Ithaca, N. Y., are:
- Records held by Michigan -.-n:
50-yard dash-Wittman, 1923,
Time :05 2-5.-
60-yard dash-Hubbard, 1925.I
Time :06 1-5.
880-yard run-C. Reinke, 1923.
Time 1:56 4-5.
Two mile run-Isbell, 1923.
Time 9:35 4-5.
65-yard low hurdles-Hubbard,
1925. Time :07 5-10.
1 65-yard high hurdles-Hub-
bard, 1923. Time :08 2-5.
70-yard low hurdles-John-
son, 1921. Time :07 4-5.
High jump-Sargent, 1912.
Height 6 feet 1 1-2 inches.
Pole vault--Brooker, 1925.f
Heights. 13 feet, 1-2 inches.
Shot put-.-Horner, 1911. Dis-j
tance, 48 feet, 3 122 inches.
Records held by Cornell men:I
75-yard dash-Lovejoy, 1922.
Time 07 2-5.
.440-yard dash-John, 1922.1
Time :51 3-5.,
Mile run-Jones, 1923, andj
Boynton, 1917. Time, 4:19 2-5.
75-yard dash higl hurdles-
Watt. Time :09 4-5. 1920.
Some of these events since(
have been eliminated from the
program or supplanted.

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=Coach Edwin J. Mather announced
yesterday that the 1927 court schedule
was beginning to take definite form.
The Skipper has scheduled prelimi-
nary games with the University of
Pittsburgh, the game to be played
in the "Smoky city" Feb. 5, and with
Syracuse and Michigan State at Ann
Arbor.
An attempt is being made to schedule
a game with Cornell to be played here
during the holidays while the Ithacans
Iare on their proposed western inva-
sion. The Conference agreement al-
lows each school five non-Conference
games and Mather will schedule an-
other strong team to round out his
final schedule.
Michigan will meet the following
Conference opponents next year: Min-
nesota, Illinois, Indiana, Chicago, Pur-
due and Iowa. The Conference ruling
requires that each school shall meet
all other universities in the Confer-
ence four times in three years, and
so the Wolverines will drop Wiscon-.
sin, Northwestern and Ohio State until'
the 1928 season.
Exact dates for the Conference
games will be set at the schedule
meeting to be held at Iowa City dur-
ing the outdoor Conference track
meet.
Venini Stars In
Cage Tournament
Although only two games have been
played in the class D division of the
interscholastic basketball tournament,
already there looms the figure of Ven-
ini, star forward on the St. Bernard
Alpena quintet, as the outstanding
performer on the court during the
tourney.
Venini has had a remarkable rec-
ord in his two games. Against St.
Mary of Chelsea Thursday and Grand
Blanc' last night he has scored 33
points. In each of these contests he
scored several field goals and in he
first of them he added three foul shots
and in the second two free throws.
Baltimore is the largest city in the
country supporting a minor league
baseball team.

Wolverine Five
j May Play Cornell
Here Next Seqson

W~JLVRINS AVOEDTO MN OVE
REDL LAN WITE LUIN UANNIUL LAS
For the 15th time since 1902 Michigan and Cornell will meet in an
indoor track meet at the Drill hall in Ithaca tonight, with the Wolverine
squad favored to win the carnival.
The Michigan team entrained for the Cornell stronghold yesterday
afternoon, and will arrive ac their destination shortly after noon today,
having spent last night in Buffalo. A squad of 23 men make up the
Maize and Blue delegation, and these men represent every possible place
that Coach Farrell feels Michigan can take.
The meet will probably be a fight to the end, as Cornell has a well
tbalanced team this year. The Red and
White is especially strong in the
sprints, the mile relay, the high jump
and the pole vault.
Russel, leader of Coach Moakley's
squad is the new indoor intercollegiate
title, holder in the 7,0 yard dash,
having won this event atth. pham-
- pionship' meet recently. Besides this
he equalled the meet record of :07.6
in the 75 yard dash in the dual meet
with Yale. Goodwillie is another
Ssprinter of merit, and when these twos
men meet Hester and Kelley of the
Michigan squad, a close race is ex-
pected. Hester may be slowed up to
some extent due to the fact that he
pulled a tendon in yesterday's prac-
tice.
* *, . J Cornell's mile relay which took sec-
ry }{ond at the' indoor intercollegiate meet
.x.. is composed of Werly, Fairbanks,
Goodwillie and Russel and these men
are expected to run a close race with
the Michigan team composed of Fein-
/ singer, Herrnstein, Ohlheiser and
Mueller. Feinsinger and Herrnstein
will oppose Werly the Cornell entry,
-x and the ensuing battle should be a
" , close one.
Bradley, the Cornell entry in the
high jump who set a new record of
6 feet 7-8 inch in the Yale meet, is
Cornell's best bet in this event, and
~' 'he will be matched against Roth and
Waldo the Michigan entries.- German
will probaply.be the other.Qonellen-
try in the high jump.
In the polevault Cornell has Dodd
and Reed who are both capable of
clearing 12-feet 6 inches, and these
men when they stack up ith Prout
Northrup and Huff of Michigan should
put up a stiff battle.
Hornberger and Beals, the Wolver-
ines in the half mile race, will be op-
jposed by Higley, Hakanlon anq Moor,
while Captain Freyberg wifl'be pitted
against Higley, McGill and Hammond.
Dick Freyberg (Continued oti Page Seen)

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1IARRIGAN SCORES 114 POINTS
Frank Harrigan, star forward and
guard of the Michigan 1926 basket-
ball team, played 485 niinttes. in 12'
Conference games and' made 110
points against Big Ten opponents.
He succeeded in making 22 out of 35
throws and during the last four games
had a perfect free throw aycrge.
Capt-elect Edward Chatubers, 'was
second with 92 poits but with aee
throwr record of only 18 out of a possi-
ble AL... .
Los Angeles has a new stadium,
Wrigley 'ark, Ali!" eetlthe sers
hack $1,500,000. It will seat 32,000.

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