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THE_ MICHIGAN._DAILY.________

PAG1 SE'l,

Gopher Team Has
VAR~SISHOWE ,ELL.
Veteran Leader
IttIL LIU4NOIS Tq RINLS~
0t11 Vle irsii' [3i 1"ot ,
1IuH 1i r. liihre

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WRESLINGTEAM DEFEATS OIO
FOR THIRD CONFERENCE VICTORY

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HIESThER WINS IN DASH
Featuredby Ith surprisigbuttul-
successful id or, Chapman, a m(:fibr
of coach Fioyt'90shfm51at squad, to ti
Buck Hester in the 65 yard dash, and~
by the sensational comeack of Monroe
in the mile run, after having beni trl-
ped, to finish tln+.d the i higan Var-
sity track team held time trials yes
terday aft ernoon in'Yost Jieild hose
to dtermfine 'the 11WR(5.1 oftthe suild
that would be token to Champa ign
neCxt "'b'ur clay fo Ihle 1inii,5 relays.
Thie cGS w (10dash w-as; held il twe
heal S, xviih 1l ,t a, :'se.anid lho-
bins in Ithe first, al ( Chaipman lan
two ("the: 'var .it y I, Oen in tle secod.
Hester won his fir;i run wihi :07.2
andt Chapi'an followed with a das2
thiat recorded :07.1. Iowever in the
following tries Hester turned in a
ime of 7 seconds flat, while Chap-
man's best was :07.2.
In the mie run Hlornberger. showed
his heels to the entire field and ran
the. eight laps in 4:28, 1)eating Is-
kendarian, who finhed second~, by
about three ,yrds. It was in this race
that Monroe showxed his nerve and
speed. On the fourth lap the tall run-
ner was acidently tripped by Wer-
fl, and fell, headlong ontihe track.
However, he gailwd hi feet ime-
diatly oaan alough tie rest of tie
mlen had passed, him,. he managed toC
regain his place and finished third,
in the fast time of 4: 36.8.
each. ldhoisr _jroke te tape in tie
fastest time recorded for the event,
registering S2:4,f1or his perornmance.
Mueller won his heat in :52.7, and
Leonard andl fli}rton tied for third
with a thim ,of:2. Although Coach
Farrell refused}, lo state who would
compose tllR pmle, relay at Chamapaign,
it is likely that, these four men will bie
picked to rel~esent Michigan.
In the 65 yard low hurdles Cooper
repeated his yt(gry over Jones by
leading his,'temmnate by approx-
imately two feet," ad recording the
time of :07.5. Tarbill was the winner
of the second heat-in :08.5.
Captain Northrop registeredI a
mark of 12 feet,6 inches in the pole
vault, to win easily.
Coach Farrell would not name the
squad that lhe is expecting to take
with him to Illinois net Thursday,
but stated that, in addition to te
events held 'yesterday, one mile, two
mile, and four m le relay squads
would _ ccompany the team.
Sophomores Bolster
Net "Team's Chances
Prospects for a winning tennis team
are exceptidnally bright this year, a-
cording to Coach ;II. C. H-uthins, for
in addition to the -return of Capt. Ir-
win Olian and Leighton Stephens let-
ter men from last year, the squad
has been materially strengthened by
Horace Barton andl ing Moore, num-
ber one and number two, respctivly,
of last year's freshman aggregation,
besides several other good mn.
Barton who was unable to go to.
Cornell is one of the best prospcts
seen at Michigan in several years and
has had a great deal of tournament
experience in site of -the fact that
this is to be his first year of varsit
comP~titioi. He no0w olds the North
D7akotal State champonship) in the
senior division and was junior hain-
pion for two years. Moore, the other
outstandinmg sophomore, who made the
trip to Cornell has shown great sead-
iness and has had much experience
in tournament play. After winning
his first roundi match at Corneill re-
cently he fell before Whitbeck of
Harvard one of the best' players in
the East and the winner of the tour-
nament.
Stephens met with a similar experi-
ence in the Cornell tourney when he
was pitte~d against Neil Sullivan of.
Lehigh in the second round after win-
ning his first match. Sullivan i s
ranked among the first -20 nationally
and has had wide tourilamient experi-i1
ence. Stephens did well antI carriedl

him to deuce sets.
Capt. Irwin Olian is an e-xcellenit
man wlhen compietition is hardest
and will he invaluable. Other men of
great p~romise for the t arn include
Joe Goldsmith, who has been out of I
school a year after being a member
of the squad, flicks, Nagel, andl Al-
gyer of last year's freshman squad.
Also Toevs and O'Brien, AMA men
w,,ill be with the squad.
Coach Hutchins was especially
pfleased with the work of the men i
the Cornell tourney against the be2st
college players and made no attempts
to hide it. He also said that tile men
v e re treated wonderfuly by the Ithaca
: -thorities and spoke of the ;great~
facilities at Cornell where there are
I. indoor courts. Announcement wa!3
,ade yesterday by Captain Olian t~lat
l nes xo old be drawn soon for a rea-f
u-lation court, in *Waterman gym-
:iau.
C alifornia, ir1 the 36 years of corn- j
pzetition with Stanford in the four ina-
jor sports has' a commanding lead
over its rival

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(Continuied iiroan Page Six)
ries for the season to {i icyxinII1,11
from. Ilosier, lBuckeye vet er uai 125
jlpoundler, in the third overtione bout
of the meet. \'Watsoni went ibehindl is
larger opp~onent in the extra periods
andl gained a tile advantage of 3:32,
nearly pinninghIosler twice dtii-ng
the last p)eriodl.
Saner broug ht t1l Wolverinesor.
1 tp to 1 2 by defeati~ng lluinmiel of Ohio'
by decision with ani advanta :,go :on,,'i
and a half miinutes. The mnen x.v iestl-

ful for the Michigain heavyweights aild
won1f all ofi their six pointts by gaining
dIe: isions irm the ]last two bouts of the
mieet, Captain lioslioi of the BuckeyeI
team had a hard time to gain an ad-
vantage ox'.v Preston of Michigan, whol
wz-eatled ills fil'st home mn-tch of the'
sea~soni. Tihemil ~w'i estled for mo()e
than eight. minutes withloni either one'
gaining an advantage, but tlie Ohio (
c lptain ::anla ed to get behlindl the
Mtichigan entry and held his admaita ,;
Until th~e ten itlinute 1period .'°t-; ea ed.I

1f You are a telephone 'subscriber call JimimeI
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At 3 P.M. AD*EI"TI SING «TaP~

Year Iritz rvislur's new Orthophonic
Victori. eods eusx& ic"tor
artists. Schaeberlc .& Sit Music
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AO l./3lt1E- 1y i 11 Chiems ontly anti
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ed on even termIs for the, greater por- The Just. bout of theu meet betwveen
tion of the flout, buit Saner gained an ' niacre, Conlference ,heat.:.weight ti-
adantage or more than a ninute afte' tie holder, and Rich, letter mtan fromt
six minutes of xrestinrg and aO~tlcd M last year's team, proved to be the
it by going behind his adversary in the fatest of the c . Outweighed
last half iute.tt:more than 247 poundl,. 4ich put up a
The single fall of the meet wasi won 1 luck-t fight and forced his adversary
by Captatin Donahoe, Mic'higanr's 15 to remain on his guardl throughout the
Conference champion who has nevor rrratch. Thei Ohio veter an managed to
lost a Big Ten rratch i his two sera-; go behind the Wolverine. grappler sev-
50115 of competition. The Xt'olxerie oral time s during the bout and re-
leader defeated Wilford, 148 pounder' main there long enough to gain an ad-
from the 1926 Ohio State team xvho is! vantage of four and a half mninutes.
wrestling in the heavier division this By downing the Scarlet andi Grey
season. The men fought on even; aggregation. Miichigan atoned for the
erms for the first six minuttes of the 16 to A defeat suffered at C-lum bus in
rotit, and then IDonahoe -wet behind the first Big Ten meet last year. It
his opponent, by ti: ig the double arm wasN the Wolverine's fifth victory in six
lock, his favorite 1 ,ld, and threw him 'starts this season, the Keenmen hav-
with a hlalf nelson and crotch hold I ing. defeated Ilowa State; Teachers. col--
after eight and a half minutes. loge, Michigan State, college, North-
Ohio State proved to he too powrer- }wester n and Purdue.
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Much of iinesota's success in
hockey dur'ing the past two Years has
been~f due to thle speed and ('lever puck
chec:king of Scott. captain of this sea-
son's undefeated team. Thep Gophers
won all of the pre-Conference con-
tests and hold two Big Ten victories
over Wisconsin. Michigan is schedul-
edl to) meet tile Northmnen at Minnea-
lis Tuiesday and Wednesday.
INTRAMURAL !TI 1
Following up the season of inter-
ftaternity dual swimming meets in
which the championship was won by
Beta Theta Pi, the Interfraternity de-
partmient will conduct a mleet Wednes-
day and Thursday in which all frater-
nities will compete at the same tinie.
Trial heats will be held at 4 o'clock
Wednesday. The finals in all events
will take lplace at the same hour the
followig ay
Any man can enter two events in
addition to a place on a relay team.
Ther'e are to) b)0txwo relay races but
a man may conete on only one of the
teams. The inedley relay will consist
of one mianf swimming 50 yards free
style, another swimming 50 yards
(back stroke, and the last swimming
50 yards breast stroke.
Six more events will comp~lete the
program, the 50 yard free st'yle, 50
yard back stroke, 50 yard breast
stroke, :100 yard free style, 200 yard
free style, and fancy diving.
Competitors in the diving event can
choose four dives, 'in addition to the
four required.
The Conference method of conduct-
ing swimming meets will be used by
intramural officials in the meet.

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