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March 24, 1928 - Image 6

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PU RPLE WINNE WOLVERINE WRESTLING AND SWIMMING CHAMPIONS
IN MOST MEETS FAVORED TO RETAIN BIG TEN TITLESWON LAST YEAR

HAHN PRACTICES
AT FIELD HOUSEj

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E , Competing in the semi-finals bas-
ketball games Wednesday night for.
the "B" class title, Sigma Alpha Mu
l defeated Tau Kappa Epsilon while
Phi Lambda Kappa lost to Alpha
Kappa Lambda. S'igma Alpha Nu and
at Alpha Kappa Lambda will play for
the championship March 28 in Wa-
terman gymnasium.
ed Volley Ball League
he In the preliminary volley ball games
w- Sigma Chi, Phi Sigma Kappa, Tau
)n Epsilon Phi, Phi Lambda Kappa,
Sigma Alpha Mu, Kappa Delta Rho,
ed, and Delta Sigma Phi emerged vie-
i- torious in their respective groups.
st Kappa Nu, which won in its group,
ad has also defeated their opponent in
er the second round and are leading the
t. volley ball league.
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Shoe
Repairing
Expert Workmanship
CLARK'S SHOE
REPAIRER

Some of the members of the fresh-
man track team, several members of
the coaching staff, and a handful of
other spectators were surprised yes-
terday afternoon when Lloyd Hahn,
star middle distance runner of the
Boston Athletic association, entered
the field house and requested permis-
sion to practice on the indoor track.
After a short workout, the little
runner announced that he expected
to remain in Ann Arbor for the next
four or five days -in order to train
for his next and final engagement of
the present indoor ,season, the Bank-
ers Meet, March 30, in Chicago. He
is anxious to get used to a dirt
track after running on the boards all
winter.
The Boston star has just complet-
ed one of his most successful sea-
sons in Eastern track circles.
Among his victims are numbered Ray1
Conger, and Dr. Peltzer, the German
ace, whom he defeated in the I. C. A.
meet March 10 in New York,
when he established .a new world's'
record of 1:51.4 for the half mile.
Following the Eankers Pfeet, in
which he will compete in a special
mile race against Joie Ray, Sivak, and
Shimek, I. A. C. stars, Hahn plans
to return to his home in Nebraska
to rest before the opening of the
outdoor season.

VARSITY 'TENNIS TEAM
PRACTI CESOUTDOORS
Egur Veterans Of 1927 Chanpionship
Squad IWill Form Nucleus
Of Net Team
NEW MEN SHOW PROMISE
With the "limbering up" process
well under way on the Ferry Field
courts, prospects for another formid-
able 'Varsity tennis team appear
promising. Four veterans from last
year's championship team, Captain
Barton, Schaeffer, Moore, and Alger
will be available for competition this
year.
Captain Horace Barton is the only
one of the prominent candidates who
has not yet put in his appearance on
the Ferry Field courts, Barton is
running the quarter mile, but with
the conclusion of the indoor cinder
path season he will report to the
courts.
Marshall and Kempner, AMIA win-
ners, show considerable promise
while Marsh, Graham, and Elliott of
last year's freshman squad are ex-
pected to make strong bids for Var-
sity berths this year. Of the new
men Felix and Brody, of Grinnell col-
lego fame, a pair of left handers,
have shown much promise.

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