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c ATURDAY, A

WILD CATS

TONIGHT

INTEREST CENTERS ON
ILLII RELAYS TODAY
HI uge. Armory At Chaiipaign To e
Scene Of Action As Host Of Stars
Assemble In Meet
MANY COLLEGES ENTERED
(Special to The Daily)
CHAMPAIGN, March 16-The eyes
of the middle west will turn to the
big Illinois armory today when more
than 850 of the best athletes of 80
universities,- colleges and high
schools will compete ih the eleventh
annual Illinois relay carnival, the
largest indoor meet in the country.
Among the stars of nation-wide
prominence who have entered are:
1l aggard, Shepherd, and Hammonds,
Texas university; Reay, Carleton;
Spence, Detroit; Alf, Doane; Pen-
quite and Brunk, Drake; Abbott,
Fairfield, Stine, Illinois; Chere, Il-
linois college; Stephenson, Indiana;
Cuhel, Alison, Baird, Hunn, Iowa;
Caulum, Thornburg, Iowa State;
Grady, Mclnery, Frazier, Kansas;
Gartner, Kansas State; Gess, Ken-
tucky; Pflieger, Marquette; McAtee,
Lang, Michigan State; McIn-
tosh, Monmouth; Droegemueller,
Northwestern; Elder, Abbott, Notre
Dame; Simpson, Ansen, Kriss, Ohio
State; Kane, Ohio Wesleyan; Mar-
tin, Purdue and Bracey, Rice Insti-
tute.
These teams wil compete:
University division-Drake, Chica-
go, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Iowa
State, University of Kansas, Kansas
State, Kentucky, MrrquetWe, Michi-
gan State, Minnesota, Missouri, Ne-
breska, Northwestern, Notre Dame,
Ohio State, Oklahoma, Purdue, Rice
In'stitute of Houston, Texas, Univer-
sity of Texas, Wisconsin.
Colleges-University of Akron, Ar-
mnour, Beloit, Bluffton, Bradley, But-
ler, Carleton, Central College of Fay-
ette, Mo., Chicago Normal, Coe, Cor-
nell college, Crane junior college, De'
(Continued on Page Seven)

WISCONSIN NINE :
TRAINSINDOORS
(Special to IThe 1)aily.)
MADISON, March 16.- Prospects
for a ranking position hi Western Con-
ference baseball circles flutter in mid-
air at Wisconsin with the Cardinal
diamond dusters restricted to light
training inside the gym annex. Early
outdoor work accorded other nines by
favorable weather will work a notic-
eable handicap on the Badger nine.
The loss of Barnum and Stoll, the
strong battery combination in the
Cardinal ranks last season, and the,
passing of Larson and Donegan in
the outfield, will weaken Coach Guy
Lowman's lineup during the current
season.
Stanley Clausen, southpaw veteran,
together with Ted Thelander and I.
R. Jacobson, will do most of the pitch-
ing. Tle backstop position is particu-
larly weak. Coach Lowman hopes to
develop John Doyle, basketball star,
and relief catcher last year. Capt.
Earl Burbidge, a regular in the right
field area for two seasons, may be
groomed to receive.
With the exception of third base,
Wisconsin's 1P27 infield will be intact.
"Mike" Murphy, one of the best defen-
sive initial sackers in the Big Ten, will
be in uniform again this spring.
,..1
ABANDON' PLArNS
Plans for a telegraphic track meet
between all of the freshman teams
in the Western Conference which was.
to have been held next week-end had
to be abandoned by the authorities be-
cause of conflicting activities at sev-,
eral of the schools. An early spring
vacation \at Wisconsin rendered it lm-
possible for them to take part in a
meet next week.
A meet similar to this one was held
last year and was considered quite
successful. It is hoped that it will be
found possible to hold the meet at
some date later this season.
The interscholastic track meet be-
ing held in the field house this week
has forced the freshman squad to
limit their workouts to a minimum.
However, Coach Hoyt expects to begin
more intensive training Monday.

DATES AREARRANGED
Mi1ddle-States Amateur Tourney Set
For April 11, 13, and 14 in
Waterman Gymnasium
EXPECT MANY ENTRANTS
Entry blanks for the fifth annual
Middle States amateur basketball
tournament, sponsored jointly by the
University and the Ann Arbor Y. M.
C. A., have already been mailed to 300
teams in the middle West, and April
12, 13, and 14 have been set as the
dates of the tournament, all games of
which will e played in Waterman
gym nasium.
It is ex.jected that this year the
tournament, which has gained great
popularity throughout the middle
West, will have its full quota of 64
teams competing in the four weight
classes. As 'has been the case in
preceding years, strict rules of eligi-
bility have been laid down, and all
teams which have not played togeth-
er during the season have been
barred.
To become eligible for competition
each player will have to. weigh in be-
low the weight limit of the class in
which this team competes, and no av-
erage will be allowed. The four
weight classes are as follows: Class
A Unlimited; Class B under 145
pounds; Class C under 130 pounds;
Class D under 115 pounds.
Last year 56 teons from Indiana,
Ohio, Illinois, and Michigan entered
the tournament, and although Detroit
was most heavily repre'sented, sev-
eral of the. best teams throughout the
other states completed the roster.
Gold basketballs will be presented
to the members of the winning teams
in the four classes, each of which will
be made up of 16 teams, and a suit-
able trophy will be given to the or-
ganization which is represented by the
winner's.
NEW YORK.-Willie Hoppe defeated
James Lewis in balkline billiards, 50-
5 in 15 innings.

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