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!'AE SIX

TI.1F, MTCI- IIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1.9-28

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LETTER

4!WED,'PUHDUI-'OPHIH GAME

'RUCTION WORK ON NEW INTRAMURAL SPORTS nr llIES f OCE

WILL SETTLE RATING

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LETTERS aNNtOUNCED °r uuiirrnrnutr riui

Twelve mlembers of thbe 1928 Alichi-

IjO'COR) AlEITHAVOERCAC
TO I T I I' E

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al-(:a l ; u V 0 td 2itde1,
on sro. W.-) : V ~ '~t rn 0de-
w7eigt-; o ( ilig-alwi
eofnp le+t 0 1( 1 a1 oII9part icipan' s
in 0cTc E:!r r,, the t'igbboo s
will bT)(-: n ~u yof the )e-I
troit Y. . .,ari illiam Bori:-
S cwitz, Woilvinm ice. 'The ,latter has
aireaQ y 1(1w I) (':( oded lbe Tniver-
sity hnpinbi in the middle-
weight lsn niht' bout will
b<, i t in w r:,. 11 1) 11 Jlibiiion.
Another c1)0 i Wai e V XpIcct0(1 to
aroue ju eVTet ar' 1-poe.t at ors is
the luantxain x ._1 ui(11 , in which
.Ja)ck \uen xvii iu;l! i.1oiiiiv 'X-
1era!. hoI b (i I) 50 j:E,, 151'0re I~a Ii
Wa.;llialil, alid --I eIie 11 ol thfe
Iii the0 fly x 'alet'e()11ter. Jerry
Enls rnf.(iebt;freshmen, xwil 1. i11< 01(1 Knapp,
a m'omis inug yea' ? lug, is to ight .Jo0
Stein in ii 010)1li" reihtdi visio.
Vic H eim anlso h Ic I tsh will box
in t he Ii'g 1 - i n c(Ia s, ,while Phil
Weiss and W il.amSt elens, Welter-
weig~ ~ ~ ~ts.hts, wil ni i go es
In ttligt b leliv °web bt.1, Geo.j
Ryorso i'i ( 1 tn ('t _ 1 Stanley Doll r-
ingi on. II r';in'1 ii an lc, a reshmn
meets 0 Jo r o, S,l8 senior, in tihej
heavyweiglif diiionli.
A st ihi;i 0$ 101)111of thtle Show is
the numbher (o, 1i 19k ill111 who will
partica,;}ftell , IO' fstll) n fine alt 01
fifte.(''
St udenit (0ij')1 1 will be ac(('pted
as admission, 1' iii .s a tee(ot 50c will
be charged outsi1d1er:.

1 . ) ii' ';'l13: ?I~5 (, 1';lp a : il-
tA0 I 1d iii (i(5ii .nI GI i Athleti z.,, s
t:, rflt.- o'biy ofl tha 1010ii10 O idIe
(ail, JeCoy,,(Cast eibaan, Or wig, Ba-
1)x', antl Ico.;e 1Ie thoso 0who earned0(
I he major " l" ost erb uall 11(1 Har-
rigan being 11a i i d for tlhe tl 10( tim (0.
Bose, Orwig-, aldFaher were select-,
ed for tile fir-st time.
Tialsamo, hBarley , Powenan, Cus--
illg, uKaiiz, Lo ell, M'agrain, Mefon-
aiit, 2Alyron, Nyisill, Sla gle. anad Whit-
tie Nvill receive "AMA" emlemls. Bar-
ley,, Nyland, ant! WIhitt i; were like-'
,wisp h-ored last season. Only hey-
landl of this grou)ndrill be inuavaila-
)1 fiefr (competitionlne xt season. C

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TiOD)AY IOi 3-I METlAT IOWA
'I'hlirteen AV olx el xn ' thack ath-
Ieec will leave _for 1Iowa City
at; 13:4-9 coc l is a f t cia ool
to1 represent. Mic ehig )in11the
C rltferenc00 idlo ra1ck meeC0t
tc) i-Ol row and Sa unl'la y at Iowa
(City. '"his stit;i.> in~saller.

OFL BIG TEN TRACK T EA MS.
By Herrrt E. Vedder 1severOal ertormnt-ecs above 6 feet.
If tihe recent announcen.ent to theIbMann, o''Iowa, is an 'in and( outer'
effect that Anson of Ohio State has Iwhlo m 10d M 1thting;. Al3ii le of I1-

STATE CAGE TOURNEY
!IL'L START TONIGHT
Annii Arbor M-eet,, Ponflac In lInitial
Rloiundl0 Regionial BashetballI
Meet At f ic1soii
SEVEN FIVES TO COMPETE
After r'inging dlown the curtain on
the regular courot seas(on last l+Priday
withI an overwhelming- victoryVover:
Saginaw Eastern, the AnIn Arbor high
schotol team -will lparticip~ate in Ih
class A regional basketoali -t /urna-;
ment commencing tonight at. Jackson.
Six other high schools are enter-; di h et asnM.Ce-
ens, Port uron, Jackson, Pontiac,
and( Adrian. Dr'awings held onl Alin-;
(lay placedl the first three teams in
the upperlI bracket wvith the last three
anti also Ann Arbor in the lower
Bracket.
The first r'ondtof play will start
tonight with Ann Arlior mceting
jPontiac, Jackson opposing Adrian,
andl Lansing p~laying Port Hutroni.-Alt.
Clemens drew a. lbye 8an(d xill not
OOSTERBAAN'S MARGIN
LOOMIS AS SUIFFICIENT
c (heek lt<last:iinighit i-e nl-
Ian's< .ul)Posed eight point hlit!L
over "Stretch" hMurphy of Puridile
1s really one 01of l oints.

7'tEI)OI-? .I EF LqyII) SE:.I)
(By zAssoe'iatedtlPreiss)
M4N'W'YORK, March r7-- 1A
fieldi iarge in numnber. bult in-
tluding few on tstand1( n- p1 avers.
v.,-a; dra wni ttcay for the 11a-
tionlal indtoor tennis champion-
-dli,.stain hg Saturday.

t

he minor letter ftor thlat sport, itr SCORING LEAD AT STAKE
w85 81) nounced yesterd1va Vltht~e )f-
fices of the athletic asstctialtionl. ( nIne Dtiv ot Star May113Meat Beitnie
r 11(100 o lit'awarded letters are 'as 1 Qosteil it on otest Among
follows: (Captin Alaney, Abbiot . Boy- Scorer,,
alnt,('opelaiid. VPisht'r, 11a ot, Jon(-s.
.lose~ph, larshal, Nvgord, lw ha, a11) Only 011e of the two contests re-
Waltdro-n. nlaining 011 t1he'1928 Conference bas-
(: these players, Allaney, Copeland, I ot hall schedule, tile'Purdulte-Minne-
J1on es, Wa Ildron, 11and Marsihall wert' sota contest tob played Saturday
\vlinnetrs of letter:; last year. f1i00:;j mg-hi at :Minlneapolis, c'an have any
was c(aptain1)of01bast year's soextet and(1jlpassib)E'le earinig oni the race for the
teas axvati'(edt le(t ter in tile sport inui Big Ten title. By defeating tihe Go-
his first year ()n the teaml. lie is one( phiers t'e Boilermaker's have a
-of tihe molst outstand(ing goal tendt- chIance t) tie for first hlonors with
!eus ever to have performetd in West--j their Hoosier-state rival, Indiana.
ernl Cohierencte ihtcke'y, critics of tile! In the oIthet-r contest still to be
splor't agree.1 played, 1'ridiay night , thle Badger'
Only four mienu'iiers o1' this year's eagenien will attemtlpt to gain a tie
squad wvill beleo(st by graduation. with Northwestern for thlird pliace in
Jones, Hart, Marshall, anti Waldiron tile filnal standiings bly overcoming tile
have completed their third year of traditional jinn, whicih Illinois holds1
inltercollegiate competition, while Al)- over WVisconsin. In view of the strong
loot, Bryant, C'opeland, Fishler, Jos- Showing nmatde by tile Inidianls against
ephi, Manley, Nygord,' andt Shea wiiitile Hoosiers in WXednestday nigiht's
still be available for conmpetitionl next. overtime battie, the Meanweil-coach-
xinte} .etd combination in'ay have a hard
fight on its hlands. Thle Illini (defeat-
ed thle Bdes3-3eriri h
IE CO~NCEDED season. Bdes3-8eriri h
Anothler title, that of highl point
P I~ rS iscorer for tile season, will b)e de-
JA ! tV 7tI 1 tel mined by the Gopiler-Boilermaker
tilt, as Murphy. elonlgated( Purdue tip-
Jmci of Ohio State. one of the best 1 ft 1m1a1, is the onlly Big Tell player
145 potunid grappleos in tile Big Ton Ewhlo has a ('hanice to oust Bennie
tlltilioce~ ou b inuris 197,Oosterhaan from the leac hwlich lile

become eligible for competition holds1
good the scramlble for first i~lace high I
jum~p honors should vanish, leaving
the Buck~ye, asth ie outstanding corn-
Detitor. Anson has had anr unfol--
, Wilate siege of schlolastic dif Quatties.
being kept out last year., His r- -
I~ord of C feet 5 inaches is i'cr better
tha:a that of any others in the,, ig
Rtettig, of Nortl w est (11'l Waal-;
I e towski O. 1Illinis, and Fry- of t
(llcigo, Place winnlei' left last
spring, aare rather evenly m atelt-

linois is anuothuer possibility.
Coac(h Moe i h'urrell inshas utet'-
ed Waldo in VI he meel. The alze
anid 1 Blue ('11 ui i s i -cod ecomi-
pIditor', do iih w',t 1011 1 hIle go-
ing' is worst.
C'oach ['arIr->l Ifeel;- 'Qi11(o is good
fo;r £lfeet:, a. mar-k whic-lishtuld lbe
suffhicit t) break iii 1(1 Ilit' soing.
t 1iiiioveris W t'istons- in ',,;1hole, nowj
t hat Mlcc 801lllas gra(I at ed. Ben-
nou.t. and ('(dy 0alt' 0th eYr Chicag~o
'I l s P l n l ( w ', o.11 1 e N o n i't e s t . I
C1rn~s best, bet; for.a first place
(('oxutitjued toilIPag'e Seveul)

SAUER, DONAHO
s EDGE ON Ll
t-$ItTO R'S Nti:-- his is die secoti
I nalx zr the r- Y t'J-Civt- fmerits of th-
3[.11 bigan anal Ilnit i restit-i-t who till
Michigan's 1127 Confer-ence c*111lu-
pion1, Sauer', is concede') td a ;light edg'e
over Campbell o_' Ilinois, whomin he
will face Saturday nright at Yost
field Ihouse ill thlt 145 1p(u111tIhout of
the Illinois-M'ichigan mleet ftar the
1928 Conference wreOstlinlg t'hiipitin.
Saller was Mlleeatfod la4t ye',
and1( lvtm thron)1gIt1 a.4ro n", field
to .111next the H il ''en1tite ill his
first scason o il varmsity Ivrestlinig.
Wile e 1'has heeln 110 3(1 gtoltui
a f'all imn any mneet this yeari, Satte r
hlolds a811 nbi tlck~uo t rilig (tof tseen
'onsOcutIive Itime adlvanitage victoi-:oII'

andt Botddie, :Northwesternl veteran.
t 'a npie! ,Iin juois soptho4more,
Ihas ,also jpiled41 vp as ieivarliable
rec"(rl, including -ins over sei'-
cra'a IlilIJtailis of oppl) f igteatits.
How ever. Sauer dc- eaated ('or-
I'C11(Cof IWest 'irginii by as1Hiuer;
huge r tane aadvantitgo'thani d(id
C'aumpbell, and becuse of his
p-rcate'r experience mank :t slight
favorite overi' his Illitois oppo-
IDonalhoe, the heavie"*t of thle AWOl-
verines' thbreo Big Tell tit leholtiers, is'
againi giveth ie edtge in thle 158 p01111d

notw enjoys.
Tire Wtolverinue forward hleads the
list withl 129 point s, McCracken of
c lIndina hfts 125 to is credlit, while
Walter' of Northwestern tr'ails himl
by two) ploints and(1 Murphy hlids
fouth glatce with 121 mlarkers. Mc-
era cken and Walter hlave both playetd
thiMr filial games for tile season.

hoe's only det'eat last year was at
the hand101oif Geis (If Illinois, wvho was
later' ptt tit ear'ly iln the Confer-
('lice'toturnanment..
Neither Clay13pooil or G~reecie
hatie showui ab~ilii3-which w-1olnd
el it I11CIhemtoumor'e thanm an out-
sidIe chulce uttiuist 3Mchigan's
Ili)h-4-27 ('aptamin antwi tIice Con.

_.®._-- - ---- -ed..
NEW YORK ---Sir Thomas J. Lip-;-
tonl ias riuat':' rese(nt atioti of a; All urank as f) fool: moo witaRitJig
cup -for yac(:.'Ii of', lieinter national' pc iiaps a lilt. Imore consist ent. WV -I
star class. chowski has madoe (G feet 3 iulchP, ,i
Committee. b)ut onily once, while all thr'ee have I

tever su-li ou)o)0nent s as CapitlainiH-n -. will) will repriesenlt tile Minli. I~ona-

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