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Wolverines Will 1Pc N~itered in Every
Event 3IIIsdco(ra T itle Meet
i; een Sot Put
SQUAD WILL BE SMALL
is ( -' ii Pht1Iposstie loss of Don
COoper, Miean llder, on account of

rrTHIS WEEK'S SPORT
CA LENI)AR
Basket l~1il-"I3'teamn at ni-
versity of Toledo.
Thursday
jIBoxing--AII-campus tourney atI
jYost field hsouse.
Friday
jTrack-'-Western Conference pre-
limninaries at Iowa City.I

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injuries, CRach St ephen J. Farrell will
announce the Wolverine trackmen
who will compete in the annual Big
Ten indoor championships Friday and
Saturday of this we"k <,t Iowa City,
tomcrrow ni ornring.
(ooper, who loomed as a certain
point winner in the 70 yarl
hurdles, turned an ankle after knock-
iing lown the last, hudle in Satur-
day's trials andi~ may not be in shape
to onmete this week end. Whether or
not he will be t aken to Iowa City de-
pends entAirely ont how' the injured
member responds to treatmesnt during
the next two days.
In his single apearance ii competi-
tion this year, the I.A.C. handicap
games at Chicago, Cooper proved that
he had lost none of the skill that char-
acterized his performances last sea-
son when he ran~ked among the best
hurdler s in the Big Ten, by placing
secondl to Dan Kinsey ahead of Wern-
er, former Illinois ;sta r.
L omont. the other injred veteran
* who has been suffering for some time
from a foot inection, has recovered
and his ime for the half moile in Sat-
utrday's trials indicates that hie will
make a strong bid for a pla c in the
Confercnce eet.
From all appearances this year's
squad will be the smallest that has
ever represented (Michigan in an in-
doeor Conference met. Coach FarrellI
(efinitely announcedl that the Wol-
S verioe contingent will not exceed A4
in number, andl in case Cooper is un-
able to make the trip it will probably
consist of only 13 members. Last year
the Wolverine entry in the title meet
numbered 18 men.
Michigan will e represented by atj
least one man in every event with the
singlip exception of the shot put. Due
to the fact that none of the candi-
dates were able to reach the 40 foot
mark in the trials held Saturday,
Coac' Farrell announced that no e-
try would be made in this event.
It seems probable that the team will
consist of the following members of
the Varsity sqluad: Captain Hester,
Chapman, Grodsky, 'Ahngr, Jones,
Seymour, Freese, Lomont, Mlonroe,
Wu erfel, Trou t, Cooper, Kinney, ad
Waldo.
Proud, To Comel e Il 1141 Vatl
If these men are selected to make
the trip, Hester, Chapman, andl Grod-
sky will compete in the dash, while
Cooper and Kinney will be entered in
the hurdles. Jones Mvunger, Freese,
and Seymour will comprise the re-
lay team and will also be entered in
the 440. Lomont, Monro, andl Wuer-
fel will run the half mile, the mile, and
the two mile respetively. Prout will
compete in the pole vault, while A'aldo
will be enteredl in the high jump.
Unlike the rest of the Big Ten out-
fits, all of which have had the advant-
age of competing in one0 01'more
dual meets thus far, the Wolverine
tracknmen will eter the indoor chai-
pionship mee0.0 without an aequate
test of their pontial strength. Due
to0 the fact that te lack of space pr-f
vents Mlhe Aic'igan team from htoldog{
any dnalI meets prior ~o the title event,
Coach Far r el'ii men are forced1:
Compete under the handicap of a lc:
cf previous Competition.
While -several of the mren turnedl n
fairly goodl times in Saturday trials,,, it
iS dificult to predict what they will o
wxhen they re forced to meet the Com-
petition of star perfrers of the
calibre boasted by Iowa and Illinois,
-this season. .

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Saturday
HTrack -- Western Conference
meet at. Iowa City.
Fenicing - Western Conference I
meet at Chicago.
Wrestling-Mlichig-an vs. Illinisl
S for Big Ten championship at
Yost field house.j
CUAMPUS BOXER[S MEE T
ITO^URNEYTHURPSDAY!
IAl1-Campus~ Show To Ile Held Iii Field?
Ho uses; bight Three-Round {
Rloams Oil'Programj
SAUVE MAYPARTICIPATE~
With final preparations for the all-
Campus showv being raptidly completed,
Coach Let Philbin's boxers are await-I1
ing the gong which will start the big

Who regained the lead inl the BtigC
f I it Scoring race last night in the
game against Wisconsin. AlthoughI
"liuely guarde d Bennie made five
baskets and one f:;ul for a total of 11
jPoints. This brings his season total to
1.213.
LIN FINAL PLANS FOR
IKANSAS RELAY CARNIVAL

Wisconsin's star sophomore c'ell-
ter, although in his first year of 1)1.]Y,
has shown himself one of the most
versatile pivot men in thle' Confter
ence. Besides ranking fibitA in Big.
Ten scoring to dlate of writilug, Ft';-
ter has proven to be one of the l ad-
ger's best floor mewn.

0 201 -'ho a1 i' publlishedl
(31 li z~~O§O, firlst to iapplear
o.Uit'>i!'fthe hpossibil-
t sdii ''e , it men corm-
v 'o- t+) a _. li It 11 Cr.1' inl the
It: ' ~t~oiC onferenc(e ill-
V o.' ilt I ) be held Pri-
diN2'itC{.titiv a Iowa ('Lv.
~' ': '1 n' '2'~1 be dimoclsseil
c ~' ''iiSdirect 121-(
tfi .20 strlle ibeing
11'' 111111 Toronto
To s11sf:?;. ito eIn IUnion iPool.
, a'aleMeet
~NiL1E~ AKS RECORD
-V t'Oii I1 310 0onOquering)2
\VLuo'ialot atujrday, -M\ichigan''s
-'1, ilnog 'uiWill niot resumle Con-
ec' I c'm t' c., l:; ii on until March 17,
' l : "W'lvernsmeet the strong
Nihliv or cia aggrgaionat. Evanis-
rton. N'till;; art hiig was revealed
ill the I <l~a nset,0except Sptinle's
11(11oworitily et' ornialic-c in lowering
' hec m lil ' eat dsto othe 400 meter
imldSoi xavd bck stroke.
Spindle's on xa.- more than thr'ee
_:ceoods heti cri' flilthe former Amnen-
ca ra' (i. ti8Held by (Conra1
:l of ti', I .A~('. Ile also bet teredl
tit t ion SS I- retogized as t he
worldi, ':- 'e'for1' 1hi (ist ance. This
inn.° . , USa hislietlby G. 'Blitz (if
Ilreiin 'r1":21. When Spindle was
cloe -ALi 0 :5for 300 yards he lbet-
t':'cnl h" former -mark of Mila for
that distia ice by more than 10 seconds.
Coach Alani is anxiours to secure a
:wieet wN t0 the U~niv'ersit y of Toronto to
1w hetlotil l tee Union pool sometime
t t l° Api)l2, the date of the Yale
lit 't'le Torionto;1 swimmers are
I le ii'voiI glltc ham pions of Can-
r", i tNem onid give ;Michigan
sw iin~ a g ollwers an opp~ortunity to
ee ,I:, 'A el'ei'ine team in action in
and h cir dualI meot. The 'Wisconsin
mrtwais the 1l1st appearance of the
A! lt>, 1nna t ators in Conference cont-
iettion in .inn. Arbor this season.
PitP a '-o ,former Wolverine
:1 t . 1 .,.t - ;'H.(;1I O'Connor, one-t inte
mitt ,5'in 1 a sptciail 220
a~ Chicago last: week.
C}'tenn i' \ 05 A a0i0five yar'd hanti-
ciOtl. 'a s'txx 1imid illn 2:16(.1 for
t1! di ,t orc

( 1 t'Assoc'ia ted re'ss.')
NEW YORK, March a.- The ranks
of the 1925 major league baseball
holdouts, alter a h)ol(1start, have,
d win dledl to about the size of a
corp~oral guard.
Tony Lazzeri, the all-around star of
'world's championship 'Yankee infieldi,
is the latest: to come to terms. I1Ie
c ame to terms today with Manager
Hiller Huggins at St. Petersburg. As
aresult the Yankees' camp lacks one
regular, Waite Hoyt. The star right;
ihanded twirler is reported to be
h olding out for a bonus of $3,000 as a
rewardl of winning 23gansltyar
Flint Rhein, sp~eedb~ali flinger of est.
Louis Cardlinals, has come to t erms
aftear a prolonged (debate, but two oth-
er pitching aces, Vie Aldridge, of the
Giants, and Dazzy Vance, of Brooklyn,I
aire still unsigned. The case of Vance
L;~ not regarded as serious,.lie is in
('amp and. reported to be ready to ac-
cilpt terms. Aldridge, however, has
so far refused to repiort in spite of a
series of ultimatums from Manager
John McGraw.

LOND)ON - The 'Wri htinaii Cup' conmeback, and if he can' succeed in
car'petition at 'Wimb~ledon will b)e t defeating Posen Thursday, he will be
held1 June 15 and 16. well on his way to the top.

UX IN, LULAL AMMUMY,,
S Ii luledl for a ten round bout,
Larry Posen of Toledo and Kewpie
'Trimble of East Chicago, Indiana, will
meet at the Ann Arbor armory, on
Thursday night, in the feature event
of the Moose fight card.
This meeting of Posen and Trimble.
Imarks their second scrap, the first,
having resulted in a draw.
A supporting car'd of two six-round
antd two four-round bouts has been,
arranged andl will bring together sev-
eral promising scrappers. Eddie
l'Ileidtmnnn of Toledo and Jack White
of Flint will open the program, while
!Al B~akIer of Ann Arbor and Roy Mil-
ler of Ypsilanti will battle in the sec-
ond -event. In the first six-rounder,
Bill James of Ann Arbor meets Herb
Dluvall of Toledo, and in the semi-
wx'i adup, Fra ukie Lathrop, Wolverine
boxer, will mix gloves with Eddie
Belly of Toledo.
Kewpie. Trimble, the fast East Chi-
cag(o pr'oduct, has staged a recent'

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1LAWRENCE', Kans., March 5.-With I affair at the field house on Thursday
anmnouncemnent of the program ofI night. A complete series of bouts
events for the Aixth annual Uiverscity ;from tile flywveight class to the heavy-
i K1ansas relays beimng mailed this !weight are scheduled, and will insure
1week 1to universites, colleges, and high one of the best shows that the Uni-
schools throughout the United States versity has ever had.
fineal plans for the holding of that! Rivalry between Sauve, present
great Middle Western track carnivalI champion, and Berkowitz has always
he re April 21, began to take shape. lIbeen keen. The pair has met several
In view of the ' -ming Olympic ! times before, with the latter usually
games and( the pllani of every college coining out on top. At the A.A.U.i
athlete of merit to develop for a try meet in Detroit last week, however,
at tile great honor of making the the tab~les were reversed, Berkowitz
IUnited States team, it is certain that ti the con oftnisedo
fall track game's this season, the Kans the contemplated count of nine. On
as relays included, will draw record I the following night, Engles, 'Western
( entry lists. I Michigan title-holder, went down to;
'rho Kansas relays during the five defeat unider the flying fists of Berk-
years it has been held has drawn con- owitz in a manner which left little
I stants from schools in 18 states, as to be desired as to the ability of the
-folow's: Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, latter. Should Coach Philbin be sue-j
Oklahoma, Iowva, Illinois, California, cessful in securing{ Sauve for thoe
Oregon, Colorado, New hi-ampshire, !show on Thursday, some of the diffi-
Pensylani:,South Dakota, Texas,I culty may be cleared ulp, and Berk-
' Indiana, Minnesota, Michigan, Wiscon- owitz may show authorities that he isE
suand North Dakota. 1worthy of being sent to the national
Two Olympic events are 0on theI championships at Boston.
Kansas relays .program this year inm1 All of the bouts on the program for
the :3,000 meters run and the decath- i(Thursday night will be three rounds
lon. The decathlon will be run off I to decision. Coach Philbin will act as
Friday afternooni, April '20, andl Sat- referee, Pete Botchen timekeeper, and
rurolay moirninlg, April 21. The toll Kipke, and Rash of the Alumni asso-
events of thle decathlon, wvhich each elcation will be among the judges.
athlete ccmnpeting therein, must do,,
are: 100 meters rtun, runing broadJ
Jump, 16-pound 'shot put, r'unin g
high jump, 400 mieters run, 110 meters I 1-4 t+ II ss
high hurdles, (discus throwv, pole vault !
anid javelin throwv, and 1,500 nmeter'sSh
Special relay races for junior col- !
logos only have been1 dropped from R e a r n
the Kansas relays program this year, R e a r n
andl junior college aihletes are eligible
to) ('01) pete itoite college class relays.
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"B$" BASKETBALL SQUAD
WILL CONTINUE SEASON
King basketball has taken another
lease on life as tihe Michigan "B"
j cagers will journey to) Toledo on
( Wednesday where they will encounter
the Toledo university five.
Coach Kipke's charges will i'cdon
their basketball togs and( attempt t(o
add another game to the winning side
of tile led ger. The team finished their
regular season with five victories and
en equal number of setbacks.
IThe Toledo squad has enjoyedl a
fairly successful year havinlg among
its record a one point victory over
H illsboro, and will put forth its best
efforts to obtain the decision oiver the
Maize and Blue team.
It is expected that eight or nine
men will make tile trip, tihe personnel
of which will be announced tomorrowx.
The Yale baseball .team )ha~s n
ported for practice allo will c'(i--
mence trainling soon)1.

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