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SUJNDAY, MARCH 4, 1928 1.1 AL, tvlti ll A1A~AN e-ea-


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Rtesults Will Aidl In E eeetinK Squad
,ro Complete 111,('on erenee
Indoor Meet,
Final trilals held by the Wolverine
trackmen yesterday afternoon in the
field house preliminary to the selec-
tion of the squad that will represent
Michigan in the annual Conference In-
door title meet March 9, andl 10 at
Iowa City resulted in several fairly
good performances but failed to pro-
duce anything of a sensational nature.
Varsity candidates pairticipated in
nine of the 10 events listed on the in-
door program, the mile relay being
the only event that was not run off.
Coach Stephen J. Farrell expects to
base his selection of the squad to be
taken to Iowa City largely on the re-
sults of yesterday's performances.
Pront Vaults Over 12 Feet
In the pole vault, the first event on
the program, Pat Prout, veteran of
last year's Varsity team, cleared the
bar at 12 feet 3 inches, while Erick-
son failed to reach the 12 foot mark.
Waldo was able to clear 5 feet 10
inches in the high jumnp.
The candidates in the shot put
failed to show to advantage, as neith-
er Arendt or Packer were able to
reach the 40 foot mark In any of their
three trials. Arendt was eredited with
one toss of 38 feet 11 inches, while
Packer's~ best marks was about two feet
short of this.
Trials in the 440 proved to be tt1n
most closely contested event on the
afternoon's card, eight men running in
four heats participated in the quay ter
nmile, and five of them covered the
distance in less than :53. Jdnes made
the best time when he ran iris quart-
er in :52; IMunger second :52.2; third
Freese :52.5; fourth, Dalton Seymour.
:52.6; fifth, Barton :52.8.
Rester And Chiapmian Share Hlonors
Capt. Buck Hester and Chapman,
his sophomore rival, shared the hon-
ors in the two trial heats of the 60
yard dash, each capturing one of them.
Hester took the first sprint from Chap-
man by a few inches in :06.6, while
Chapman won the second in :06.5.
Grodsky was third in both races.
In spite of the fact that he knocked
over two of the barriers in the 70
yard hurdles Don Cooper was credited
with :09.1 for the event, while Kinney
ran the second heat in : 09.2, after
placing second in the first.
After running the first three quar-
ters of the mile trial in 3;08.8, Monroe
finished easily in 4:24.8, ahead of Jes-
'on and Goetz. Lomont ran an im-
pressive race in the half mile, fiaish-
ing in 2:00.6 ahead of Leonard and
Grunow. Ted Wuerfel beat Groehen,
freshman star,-in the' two mile event
by a scant margin in 9:57.

By Ha~rry salinijels
(Les't tere lac any mist1!drstandin
aniono5 he ,readers of 'The D aily, . i
herrein seit j,,th the truelidetails of ti
1XO:keillI-aic I~r1OtX\ CCOthle 'ports sta
and( the remainde~r of the i "it()ViaI ao
of C'hle I ailv Vyest erdaiy mn110
\Vht erman gymonasitim.)
Cockiness of the members of
Editorial team combined with the

doubtedly superior ability
Sports seen resulted in ac
victory for the latter, 13-9.


been said that the reason the mn
bers of the sports staff were writ
sports was because they didn't ki
enough to play any of the games,
this illusion was swept away c(
pletely by yesterday's showing -
sports men were really- good!
Kaufman, the Chicken, who
destined to become the "Big Bert
l of the game started the Sports t of tiitr y cgn h
basket. 'hen for a tinve things loo
better for the Edit boys when
Brunswick managed to convince
referee -that a couple of fouls
been committed. He sank the
gift throws and also managed
steal a basket somewhere. Jackl
came in early enough to get
points and give the Edit team is
6-2 lead. -

ELIreferee out of a free throw. Tryout /ISCON SIN TOM RRO iJI? NGollfod nOICE sevi16
Rseldcddhha asmuch 110NR N onq block from campus-that's why
right to score as any other so he (Coninue from Page Eight) £ -dyu ae ane' etarnC
brought the sports tally to .l<, ascaponhpaiain. E. Williams. C
3 The showing of Editorial team w'as TVarsWlverinesFhuhiish iStong S Q E A , r M NOW is the time to order your new
Rg~~l011 opin Sititu- Ut ui o Tp
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berlin gave the Editorial boys ait * hnetotei lov* SAT EIvenings. 13, 114, 116
i great adlvantage in size, but size did~ diana last night and fororrow will TYERTR EVC
no1ontaans7lvensgive them an opportunity for a dead- __~TYPEWRITING" and Mimeographing
TheporslarsRstUnedd lysroea6Wsoni. .('lpromptly and neatly 'done by ex-
rn Tepa o h ohooe n Wisconsin is favored to( winl be-iV tA U~~ -~ pem'ienced operators at moderate
t ehexclenoth Spitsntaneces sary use o hrconsistency bu the field 1rates. College work a specialty for
reshmeleno theSots tf was no ecsar hos court gives the Wolverines nearly twenty years. 0. D. Mrrill.
to call upon the more experienced '. Arcade.UUUC
un-i s ome a(1vditage. lFurther, should Arcade. C
juniors to any great extent, though ~ichigaWRendRthelyeaake"hot,"dthen"
teQuinn, Edelson and B~och all showed if TPWIESAl aks so,
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has small part they were asked t play. j Among those iretiring fro college pgairaedor ciesatadtwork
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nwquite Olay but "Useless" was cap-I andNesn guard. For this reason turnover insures a fresh sock. You
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Slpoi1smen Use Strategy
BUT-it seems this was all a1
of the Sports team's strategy. T
were resting m'ost of the firstl
amid were instructed not to sc
after that start for they knmew nm
better but didn't want to take a,
any of thme interest. Swaby i
Idrtothintutosadsbasket just before the half ended,
I After a short practice betty
halves, the ever-peppy "sport
swung into action rapidly amid n(
ing could stop them, not even
Chamberlin in his screaming
tights. The Chicken was drop
back to guard, this movq comple
baffling the Edits who allowed C t o e t r u h f r t r e b s
Chick was "fed" beautifully by
the sports men.
Exhibit Fine Stalling G~ame
A feature of the one-sided eon
was a carefully devised stalling g,
which the Sports quintet execs
to perfection. This was so effec
and discouraging that the Sp,
me aetebl wyt nthe Edit tryouts lbnt he seemed ins
ed and sank a basket. Lark and Cl
were even the secondh half in one
spect, each being able to talk

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