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Tl--IF, MICHIGAN DAILY

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TIIF. MTCVIICAN DAILY l~RfDAY. MARCh 2. 1923

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WOLVERlINES ASSURE D ARAPTAIN NUMERtIAL AWARDED
OF SECTIONAL HONORS ........... ,To YEARLING CAGEl

TACJEN HINDERED
RS BY LITTLE PRACTICE

SPORTiS CALEND)AR
TO1)A Y
WrestlIing---Indiana, there.
Track - (Iireshimen) --- llinois,

VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD TERMINATES
PRACTICE DRIL ING FOR 98CAMPAIGN

RasseII Sauer
ALL-FRESHMAN TRACK
ENTRIES CLOSE TODAY
Today is the last day set for entries
in the indoor all-freshiman track meet,
scheduled for the nights of March 7
and S. All contestants are expoected
~to ha-ve their entry blanks in at the
ntramurail office by 4 o'clock this
afternoon.
All freshmen are eligible to compete,
whether fraternity 'members or inde-
pendents. First year men who intend
to participate in the interfraternity
and all-Campus meoets to be held later
on,, must enter on, or more evcents in
the all-freshman games to be eligible.
TIhose men who score a first or two
second place will, not be p~ermitted to
enter in the all-Campus or interfra-
ternity contests.
Phi Kappa Sigma
Wins Fraternity
Basketball Title
Phi Kappa Sigma walked away with
the interfraternity basketball champi-
onship in an easy game last night at
the Waterman gymnasium, winning
from Lambda Chi Alpha by a score of
21-18.
Lambda Chi Alpha was behind at
every period and at the half the score
'stood 11-6 in favor of Phi Kappa Sig-
ma. It was only in the closing quarter
that Lambda Chi Alpha threatened
the leaders, and then, after their short;
passing game had proved futile for
three periods, they resorted to long'
shots, as a result materially boosting
their score. Myers and Magirvo led
the Phi Kappa Sigma's in the scoring,
Myers netting several "Oosterbaan"
baskets.

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Arnold At Forward, laougfll At Cen- Mliiwarn is Only IEntry Inl Iowa ity - --1 Blue Five -ntores lRed [iti-l ruilliip. tie forwards, Chapman at, center, andI
ter, Riggin , Jutice At G~uard, het WithIout Practfit ~TO tO Tt-RII OW 'rinimag At Field Manse Ilarrigan andl McCoy at the guards,
Are Yearling Aces Foinier Mial Meets Swimmning-\,Nicosin, here.Yetra onto the court, Coach Veeker re-
-- - ~ - Bsketbll-- n~liaa, -hre. YstErsedftto grant a single respite and
NUMBER ii S IN CREASED TIME TRIALS (N .Y TEST1 Pencing-MN. S. C., here. TEAM TO ENTRAMN TODAY play went uninterrupted at a furious
Tpwenty players were axivardled l Mchigan's t rack team will be the' Baketall-Wlisconsin, ere. One long and gruelling scrimmage,1 At this stage, the Reds, composed
freshman basketball numerals forl only Conference aggregation to cor-' one really fiery exhortation- and the o fasamno and Kanitz, at the for-
thsyear by Coaches Ray Fisher and l pete in the annual Indoor Conferencj itce drilling for the sometimies ward Cshiagr at eteur, adr
Jack Blott. This number includes chamnpionships without hraving had Ba g rT n 1 n' ludrn and sometimes scitillat- 15n- Csin1t2h.gads rald
the entire freshman squad which the advantage of one c:r more prac- - iug 1928 Wolverine basketball squad The Blues, evidently unsatisfied,
cise isseason wt etra''jtice dual mleet5 to leSt its t1'(h. eco4d M~ediocre !was concluded last night at the field sat moping in various corners im-
The majority of the Big i r-tr'ack! 44 house with rank:Ifarrigan shoutinglpatiently fidgeting while waiting for
patc.teams have been holding diiii meetsl Wsosi' wmmnT emwih"WVe'll get a million," and Bennie the whistle to :reopen play. Then
Last year there were only 15 nun- with Conference or other olpponentst ,cnisswm igte ,whcr, Oosterbaan muttering, "I'm going to Oosterbaan suddenly waxed "hot" and
! rals given out. The larger number regularly since the season opened invades Ann Arbor tomorrow to meet hoop some." four baskets set the Blues well out
this year is due in part to the fact several weeks ago. the W Yolverines, has not made anl es- Oosterbaan and Iar'igan, complet-l in front, after which tiawne, Raber,
that there will be two Varsity squads the Wolverines' sle competition pedially brilliant record this seiason ing their third season on the Michi-I Rosen andI Barley sublstitted for their
next year and more material is need- tus far has been limited to weekly The Baders have chalked up Dine Con- gam five, will lead the group of 10' tiring mates.
ed trials heldl in the med house, except feec4icoyaans he)dfas layers (departing at 3:45 o'clock to-, Following Coach Veenker's an-
Tall Players [acking fornthevtwooryiagairelathteamsewhich
in cmarentng n tis yar' tem fr te to mie rlayteas wichChicago was vinquished, 4029buttj day for Bloomington where it is in- nouncereent. to the effect that the best
Incm'nigo hsyearsta competed in the annual Illinois Ath- ' tended to wreck the championship as-1 two out of three baskets would ter-
Coaches Fisher and Blott stated that 1letic club handicap games at Chica- --neoawnfomteCrias pirations of- the ranking Hoosiers to-1iuinmate, the session, Gawne tallied on
while the squad was conspicuous be- goadterihgn norRla 52. lios hnhnedteWs-mro.a"(og shot;" Mlagraml retaliated for
casiftelako al e, t hadl carnival at Erast Lansing. (' onsin taukmen their second (defeat, Yesterday's workot was perhaps the Reds; and Raber, after a perfect
developed into a group of clever BMick1eyes Win At ('lic~tgo 1I47-22, while last Saturday the strong I the most strenuous of the entire sea- ~paSS front~ Barley, ended, the affair
players, a number of whom show Two weeks ago four of the Con- Northwestern combination proved tooi so. After sending the Blue squad, with anl easy "twister" from under.
relpoie saxhlei a enfrneoutfits, Ohio State , Wiscon- much for the Badgers, winning - 5-osdo 1sehanadOwi tth op
an exceptionally hard workingf-resh-l sin, .Northwe;tern andl Chicago, hleldl 14.
man squadl. their annuaT quadrangular meet at! The graduation of ¢lIerschberg'er;,
Although the squad was fairly well Chicago. The Buckeyes captured the Iand the loss of Capt. Kratz, Rattle-
balanced as far as abilty is con- event rather easily, taking a majorityi berg, and Tranaka through ineligibilittij
cerned, there area a few who appeared of the first and second places to pile? has seriously handicapped the Badg
a little btter than the average. 11. up 45 Joints. Northwestern gained ';21 ers. Kratz was- ranked the best
was also evenly balanced in the mat- 1-8 points, Wisconsin 29 2-3 1 and Clui breast st ioker ini the Big Ten last',
sea son
1trof men trying for the different cago 25. season.nI iox'e eea~jT h o g e r n
positions. There were eight forwards, Everyone of the Big Ten teamns ex-1 The Wisconsin relay team of Davis,.h e r n
eight guards, and four centers. ICept; the Wolverines participated in"Pedesohiango, and Irllois(iat-:.~1f
Ninneral Winnersdual -mi ets last week end, with 1- but lottoe. C ineotan alnd oigur toowst-,.(' T;
TPhe outstanding forwards are liar- inois and Iowa furnishing the out- ertalosttavisangeand VNothet. i
DaiLne n io aery Arnold, Lawrewood, Ohio; Joe standing performances of the da. . ny,been the most consistent free stylersj
Downing, Frankford, Ind.; William The i-awkeyes shwduepce"m h agrsud
WInGarrin, Klmzo n aodsoe nxpce nteBde qa.1for spring. B lack
Gariso, Klamzoo an Haoldpower in holding the well-balanced In the 44t} yard swim Winsey andl
alittle edge on the others in florI tory. The Indians scored slams nieets. McGovern has been rather un- (c t
work and shooting. The other for-f three events, limited the llawkeyes successful in attempting to replace
wards are Stewart Doughterty, St. to 1-3 of a point in another, and Kratz in the breast stroke, having
Joseph; John Davidson, Mancelona; gained places in every event on theI scored one first and three thirds. i
William Rt. Dougall, Detroit and 1 Northwestern nosedl out Purdue by Cuisinier. a member of last fall's gridl
Earl Glochesti, Grand Rapids, ap- the narrow margin of a single poinlt, team, is performing in the fancy dir-
pear to be the best centers. The when Gorby and Bloemberg of the ligfrCahSenrur aiu
other centers are Walter McGrath, purple team placed second an(I third IoinatrioaSenredaous
New Castle, Penn., and Carl Torrell,l in the half mile, the final event of the medley relay with little success,
Bessemer. Dougall and Torrell are the meet. Martin, Purdue sophomore.' Last year Michigan defeated tho ! 1.
the only six footers among the fresh- featured the meet by winning bo~th 1 (ordinal natatoryseat Madison by a
men. the half mile and the mile runs. Cli- 192() s(cor.j
The guards were MOre evenly bal- cago had little difficulty in disposing'
anced. - They are William Compton, 01'f Minnesota, 47 2-3 to 33 1-3, taking PORTABLE
LaPorte;,Ind.; Al Higgins, Detroit;1 six of the nine first places.1 TYPEWRITERS
Thomas Justice, Niagara Falls; Clar-j Ohio State was host to the Indiana M Corona, Unrderwoaod,1 j
ence Libman, Chica go; Richard Lytle, trackmien and sent: them honie smart- Remington, Royal. .
Vipilparaiso, Ind.; Joe Lapin, Kan- ing under a 46 2-3 to 34 1-3 defeat.' We have lill akes. frT/nC~ Jn e14
sas City; J. C. Landre, Binghamton, The Buckeyes took five of the nie, Some in ooe uc i
N. Y.; and Wilson McCorm'ack, Ann first piaces andI the same numnber ofl 0. D. M 0 R R I .L
Arbor.I seconds. 17 Nickels Arcade. Phoane 6615).__________________________________

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