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MI TDAY, MARCH 2, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY;

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FORMIDWEST TITLE _________

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Coach Charles Hfoyt's freshmen! 24 is the (dte 5c; for the big eveul,

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Il1glhlaiid P~ark i\atatters Are Fa ioredl
Over Detroit, Zortlivesterii
y Iit Field Of 16i Teams
CHICAGO ENTRIES FILED
With an entry list of 146 men, repre-
senting 16 different high schools, the
fourth annual University of Michigan
interscholastic swimming meet will be
held tomorrow in the Union pool. The
preliminaries will be held at 10
o'clock in the morning while the finals
Will take place at 3:30 in the after-
noon.
Eskinioes D)efeated (Colts
Detroit Northwestern, which has
won the meet all three years that it
has been held, wvill find a great
menace in tho Highland Park swim-
mners who have already taken the mea-
sure, of the Colts twice this year.
Highland Park, which is considered as
one of the outstanding favorites for
the National title, defeated Northwest-
ern in a dual meet, 52=12, while in the
Detroit city meet the Polar Bears am-
assed 56 points while Northwestern,
with a total of 28, finished in second
position.
May Brkeak Retards
Many records appear likely to be
bettered' especially the breast. stroke
in which the Highland Park pair of
Lemak andl Chase have been turning
in fast time throughout $he season.
In the drashes Kingsley of Northwest-1
ern is a favorite while Klintworth of'
Highland Park apipears to be-the class
among the 220 yard free stylers.
Two more boys from Highland Park,
Meigs and Carruthers, have been turn-
ing in fast time in the back stroke.
The schools entered follow: Ann
Arbor, Carl Schurz, Hyde Park, and
St. Mel, all three from Chicago; Cen-
tral, Eastern, Northern, Northwestern,
University of Detroit High and High-
land Park, all from Detroit; Grand
Rapids Central; Flint Central; Red-
ford; Jackson, Roosevelt, and Ypsi-
lanti High of Ypsilanti.

"Kappa, Signia Allpha SAN, Theta. C~hi.
"nd au1Kmaa Esilon, havye sit r-
qualified to entecr the iiit erfraternity
relays. Phi Sigma Kappa "will rim
against Sigma Alpha SIn and Th1leta
('Chi will meet rfTn Kappa Epsilon.
The winners in these mnatches will
compete for the charmpionsh ip next

traclk squad will open its 1928 sea-
son tis afternoon when they comn-c
pete with thle Illinois yearlings in a1
1 elegraphic imeet.
The events of this afternoon will;
be the nrile 'run, 65 yardl low hurdles,'
:0 yard clash, 840 yard run, 65 yard
high hurdles, 4407 yard run, broad+
jmpm])ole vault, high jump, and shot
put. T'he time trials are set for 4 :1.5
o'clock and the entire squad will
par ti ci pate.
The second telegraphic meet of the

and if all the Big Ten schools ac-
cpt the invitatiion to cut er, it should
p~rove a good means of testinug the
abilities of the respcct ive yearling
squads.
Excavati on work has be en st arted(
on the_ Damodar (canal in India, which
will irriga te 180,000 acres of land.

NiOICE
NOTICE-Good food and good service,
oncA blMock from campus-that's why'
you save. Barney's Restaurant, 516
E. Williams. C..
1\O\ is the time to order your new
Spring suit or 'topc(oat. Suit or Top-
coats, $12.50. All wool guaranteedl.
MARTIN CLOTH-ES, Marchese Bldg.
Room 212, 321 So. :'pain St. Open
Evenings. 11, 114. 116

WANTED
WANTED-Sgtudents to know that our
home laundry methods give your
clothes pers~onal attention. Moe
Laundry, 204 N. Main. Dial 3916. C
FOR AFTERNOONS-A lady with ex-
Iperience in coats and dresses. Please
3apply in person. Marilyn Shoppe.
SNew Michigan Theatre Bldg. 113, 114
WANTED-Students who recognize
good food and. good service. Call at
Barney's Restaurant, 516 E. Wil-
liams. C-113, 114, 115
I LOST
LOST-Woman's small purse, contain-
ing a sum of money; reward if re-
turned. Call Miss I-larpel 9421.
113, 114,11.5

Thursday evening as a sidIe feature to seasoni is scheduled for March 10
I the boxing show at Yost field house.'! it ii the Minnesota first year mlen.
. ~ I Marks made in the time trials by Numerals wifl be awardled on indi-
the ,'our qualifying teams were as vidtual showings in these contests.
E p , ollws:under the leadership of the D~aily
jPhi Sigma. Kappa 1:22 4- > seconds; ilini, plants are b~eing laid for ant
Sigma Alpha Mu, 1:22 seconds ; The-.all-Conference freshmen meet. March!
x¢ ..>. .3 a Chj, 1:24 ;secondls; Tan tKappa
Epsilon, 1:24 second(s. TYPEWRITER
Pjerre 'tsb inter j After checking upl yesterday it was REPAIRING
Freunch pr ofessiornal our t Stnnis1 found that Phi Bet a Delt a tied with: All makes of ma-I
chamupion, who p~lys his fatee ll Sigma .Alpha Mu at 180 baskets for: chines. Our equip.
m~atchi today in New~ Yor k agatinst Ifzirst place in the foul-throwing *cons- ment and personnel
W altet Kinsella. Eltchebast( t defeEat- pet itioni at Waterman gym Wedlnes-j is considered among
Jock Soutar, holder of the Atner- day night, instead o' winning the ftehe est in tihe state. The result ofI
,can title, last week at Philadelphia.; contest, outright, as was erroneously th * my years' careful building.
ANN RBORFIVEPLAYS atenon.Dupicate trophies will he1) 0Ri IL
SA INAW TOMORROW" awardedl to I Beta D~elta atnd Sig- 17 ickels Arcade. Phone 6615.
ma Alphia Mu. _____________________________

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its first"(defeat, Ann Arbor high Ye_____SCG EAU
school's basketball team will meet NEW YORK, - Pennsylvania as-
Sazinaw Eastern totmorrow night in Islimed the lead in the Eastern inter-
the high school gytnansinin. Tho game collegiate basket ball league when
will contclude1 this year's court I Dartmouth lost to the Yale quintet,
scihedul1e. 47-39.
Saginaw boasts a victory over Flint. -
the only quilet that has trouncedt the Free airplau es and equip~ment are
Purple and White this season. A 1 ,pp given by the Canadian department ofI
meeting was held in Pattmngili audhi-j national defense to any Canadian city
toriumn yesterday afternoon to arouse where civil flying clubs are p~repared
enthusiasm fot' the encounter. Ito meet certain requirements.
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