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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1927

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TRACKi ENTRIES NME BY COACH FARRELL
FR CORNELLIHIGa M ET SATURDAY
'ThirtS-One Wolverines Will Compete roe, Iskenderian, and Larson. Both :
'i 11 Events With Several Monroe.-and Iskenderian are consid-
Picked As Substitutes ered 4:30 milers while Monroe ran
a trial race earlier in the week inI
40 IN CORN1L PART-Y 4:27 1-5.
4_NR E AT The Benson-Hornberger duel prom-
one of the best distance races ever
Coach Steve Farrell named 31 Wol- sed in the two mile race should be

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run in the field house. The two men
are apparently evenly matched and {
both are fast. The other Michigan en-I
tries here include Wuerfel, Lamont,
and Wells.
Capt. Phil Northrop, vaulter, broad
jumper, and javelin star who enteredl
the dash in the Conference meet, will
compete in the high jump in addition
to the pole vault, since the broad
.jump is not. listed. With the best
Cornell mark in the high jump be-
low 6 feet, Captain Northrop seems
sure to place high and possibly win,
as he is capable of 5 ft. 10 in. or pos-l
sibly better. Lane, Waldo, and Ben-I
nett are the others named by Farrelle
for the high jump.t
Prout To Pole VaultG
Prout, letter man, and Erickson,t
who is new to Varsity competition,(
have been named as .other Wolverinet
vault entries with Northrop. The
vaulters are booked for a hard even-t
ing with two Ithacans capable of 12 I
feet 6 in; and better.
Another shot putter, Rose, has been
named to work with Lovette in thatl
event. The relay quartet will be com-
posed of Mueller, Ohlheiser, Leonard,
and Barton with Munger, Brown, land,
Hough being held in reserve if'some-
thing should happen to one of the
regulars.
TWO BASKETBALL TITLES1
TO BE DECIDED TONIGHT,
Ganes deciding the championships ,
in interfraternity and independent'
basketball will be played tonight inI
Waterman gymnasium. The independ-1
ent league game between the Sleepy j
Five and the 8-11's will begin at 7:301
o'clock and the other' game between;
Phi Gamma Delta and Phi Kappa Sig-e
ma wil get under way about 8:30.- t
The interfraternity game is for they
class A championship and is the.out-
standing event on the winter sche-v
dule of the Intramural department.i
Phi Kappa Sigma played~in tle cham-t
pionship game last year but was de-b
feated by the Sigma Alpha Mu outfit.

Walter Johnson
Washington's veteran pitcher, Walt-
er Johnson, is at home at the present
time nursing a leg injury received in
an early season workout at the Na-
tional's training camp several weeks
ago. It may be some time before the
(lean of the Wshington pitching
corps can take his regular turn in
the box again.
RESURFACE CLAY TENNIS
COURTS AT FERRY FIELD
Clay was hauled Tuesday and Wed-
nesday from the new stadium to thej
tennis courts on Ferry field by a
fleet of trucks, and the work of re-
surfacing the courts was begun. AI
large pocket of pure blue clay wasl
found in excavating for the stadium
and it has been decided to use this
to put the courts in condition.
The courts have for several years
been in need of resurfacing, accord-1
ing to Coach H. C. Hutchins and this
move is welcomed by all concerned.
The surface of the courts at present
is composed largely of a sandy soil
which makes them dusty in dry weath-
er, but with the added clay for body,
they should be much improved this
year.
It is also expected, that enough clay
will be available after the resurfca-I
ing process to construct several new
tennis courts which will probably bej
located directly south of the present
courts.I

Second Place squPal Lo'.t To
Coach Ilatt )Iann
WOLVERINES CONFIDENTX
Coach Matt ?dann and his W% ):srine"
swimumilers Ifavored to submerge all:
4 P Iosit ion in the Conference tank r
mot :hedu'fd for tomorrow and :..
Saturday in the new Illinois pool at ;
Urbana, entr-ained last night deter-
i mind to revenr e the defeat handed
them last year by the Gophers.
Only Captain Cow and WhittIingham
of last season's squad which scored
33 points, more than had been tallied.
during: the only four urevious meetsh
in which, Michigan had competed, are ,.. " : .
I lacking from the squad of 14 men:
which left last night. ..
Since 1911, when the first Big Ten . r....:.
meet was held in Chicago, Coach Tom I
Robinson's Northwestern splashers
have dominated the Western Confer-
ence, winning nine championships1,6
but Howell's ineligibility last year
severely hampered the Wildcats and I
they were relegated to fifth position. Tris Speaker
With such outstanding stars as Cap- Manager "Bukey" Harris, leader of
tamn Samson, Darnall, Wagner, and the Washington team is expecting a
Seager in the free style events; Hub- gaeal this season from Tris Spea-
bell, Spindle, and J1. Halsted in theI great da hssao rmpi pa
back, stroke,n and R. Hali h ker, former star and manager of the
ack stroke; and S oir and R. Hal- Cleveland Indians. The "Grey Eagle"
ste< in the breast stroke, Coach Mann is shown working out in a Washing-
should have no great trouble in win-
ningthefirst Conference swim chain- ton uniform for the first time at the
ning the f iC n smNational's training camp at Tampa,
pionship for Michigan.
Starrett, Batter, and Bailey are en- F Iss
tertl n th facy dvin evet ad If his trick knee holds out, Speaker
teredl in the fancy (living event and who has long been recognized, as one
one of them should manage to secure ofthaslong bebaeonzas ne
a place, while with the abundance of of the leading baseball players in the
material avail-able for strong relay major leagues, should prove a big
teams, Michigan should score heavily. asset to Washington. Ie will play
center field and with Rice and Goslin
will form the National's outer de-
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annual interscholastic basketball
tournament will open here tonight.
Pairings for the tournament were
made at the office of Vaugh M. Blau-'
chard, Detroit supervisor of health.
Pontiac will meet Port Huron in the
first class A game of the tournament,
in the upper bracket, while Detroit!
Ndrtheastern faces Mluskegon, run-1
nerup to Detroit Southeastern last
year and one of the favorites thisl
season. In the lower bracket North-
western will meet the. strong Flint
Central team and Detroit Northern
engages the Battle Creek quintet.
In class B, St. Mary's of Orchard l
Lake will play Grand Haven, Ishpem-
ing faces St. Joseph, Cadillac engages

Howell, and Albion meets her old ri- nail, third; and Hoerger, Price, and
val, Mt. Pleasant in the lower brack- Zimmerman outfielders. Because of
et. Three Oaks meets St. Frances of ineligibility Marks was the only pit-
Travers City and Reed City plays cher definitely announced to make
Stambaugh in the upper bracket of the trip.
Class C, while Eaton Rapids engages Nearly all of the players making
Shelby and St. Clair plays Brown the trip are veterans from lastyear
City in the lower frame. and Coach Crisler has fine prospects.

CHICAGO, March 24.-University of
Chicpgo's baseball squad ,including I
players and Coach Fritz Crisler, opeii-
ed the southern invasion of Confer-
ence baseball teams last night wvhen
they left for St. Louis last night on
the first spring training trip ever
taken by a Maroon nine.
The five (lay trip includes a game
with St. Louis university tomorrow,
while the Maroons will meet the Uni-
versity of Arkansas at Little Rock on
Fri'day and Saturday. The squad con-
sists of Captain McConnell, shortstop;
Wevster, catcher; Mackland, first
base; Anderson, second; and Brig-

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No admission will be cllarged Ltor the,
games tonight; chairs will be pro- NEW YORK.-Tex Rickard was sus-
vided for the spectators. , pended for a week by the New York
I Boxing commission.
NEW YORK.-Welker Cochran, 18.2 1
balkline billiard champion, ran 3001 BEAR MOUNTAIN, N. Y.- Chris
points from the break in a recent ex- Hojdahlen won the Middle Atlantic
hib ionigame. 'r States ski jumping championship.

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