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THE MICHIGAN DAILY W

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ALPHA MU, THETA

CHI

LEAD

IN TROPHY

RAC

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rYEAR'S WINER
RUNNER-UP AHEAD
appa Epsilon And P1hi Lambda
appa Trail In Third And
Fonrth Places
"B" FINAL TONIGHT
the winter sport season vir-
ended Sig-nia Alpha Mu. and
Chi again are leading in the
ternity sports race sponsored
intramural department.
.ning with speedball in the fall
n, Sigma Alpha Mu got off
>od start, capturing this event
0 points. Tau Delta Phi was

LEADERS (OYER 2iO)
na Alpha Mu ..........
:a Chi ................
Kappa Epsilon.......
Lambda Kappa......
Sigma Delta.........
Chi ..................
Sigma Kappa.......
pa Nn.... ..........
Kappa Sigma........
na Chi ...............

.747
.768
.657
.620
.605
.602
.556
.536
.526
.505

YEARLINGS TRAIN
FOR ALL-CAMPUS
WRESTLING MEET
Fast and strenuous wrestling ses-
sions have comprised the progressj
during this last week of practice by
the freshman wrestling squad work-
ing under Coach Peter Botchen at
Waterman gymnasium. The yearling
matmen are pointing for the all-cam-
pus and all-Freshman tournaments
which aro to be held this week and
next.
As Varsity letter men and A. M.,
A. winners are barred from competi-
tion in these neets, the freshmen
are expected to make a creditable
showing. Because a freshman win-]
ning a nume. al in the first tourna-
ment is automatically barred from the
all-freshman meet, more than one
numeral will be awarded in each
weight.
Coach Botchen expressed himself
as well pleased with the performance
of the 26 men under his tutelage,
and beieves that. they compare favor-
ably with the freshman squads of
past years. The chief weaknf3 is
in the light heavyweight and heavy-
weight divisions as there are no men
on the sqluad in these weights.
At present there are a few men in
each weight who are somewhat bet-
ter than the rest, according to Coach
Botchen. These men are expected to
give the other entries in the all-cam-
(Continued on Page Seven)
FACULTY MEMBERS MEET
IN AQUATIC COMPETITION'
Members of Coach Matt Mann's
faiculty swimming class held an
aquatic meet this week in which the
individual winners were decided in
the various events.
Prof O. W. Boston annexed the 25
yard free style in, 13.8 seconds. Prof.
P. D. James was second in this race.
A team composed of Professors
James, Finch, Jack, and Boston won
the 100 yard relay in 58.2 seconds.
Prof. Finch took first in the 25
yard back stroke in 20.4 seconds.
Prof. Preston Slawson placed second.t
Demonstrating his ability as a ver-
satile performer, Professor Finch al-,
so was the victor in the fancy div-
ing. Prof. P. M. Jack was less thani
a point behind him.E

eta Xi...................441.
u Epsilon Phi...........435
i Kappa Tant............ .412
ta Theta Pi............428
pha Tau Omega........386
pha, Kappa Lambda.....377
ha Delta Phi..........358
i Beta Delta ... ......356
i Kappa................347
ma Phi Epsilon........ .340
i Delta Phi..............330
ppa Delta Rho.........324
xclutdin-g points to be award-
for tonight's "B" basketball

/ -
Lack 02 Outdoor Practice Expected
To Prove Handicap To Team
On Southern Jaunt
FIFTEEN TO MAKE TRIP
Frigid temperatures which re-
turned to this vicinity after several
days of balmy spring weather forced
Coach Ray L Fisher's ball tossers to
return to the warmer and more com-
fortable quarters of Yost field house
yesterday to go through the daily
practice routine.
Unless the weather abandons its
caprice and remains favorable, Coach
Fisher will be facing the same prob-
lem that he did last year when in-
clem'ency limited the outdoor practice
to a single session before starting on
the training tour. "Outdoor workouts
are necessary;' Coach Fisher de-
clared, "in order to accustom the.
players to outside conditions and to
ward o:'f possible developments of
sore arms when the scheule of the
trip is inaugurated."
(k'tine Reurns To Practiee
Dick Gawne, a pitcher, returned to
the squad yesterday after a ten lays'
absence because of a general rheu-
matic ailment. Gawne appeared at
the field house heavier in weight,
robnt in appearance, and enthusi-
astic to participate in the workouts
of the pitchers.
Tt seems that some name must al-
ways appear on the hospital list, for
no sooner had Gawne returned Coach
Fisher announced that Ernie McCoy,
substitute outfielder last year and a
candidate for the receiver's job, is
laid up with a leg injury sustained
a week ago. Kelliher, another catch-
er, painfully but not seriously in-
jured his finger in the practice game
last week, when he attempted to nip
Oosterbaan at the plate, but has been
able to workout in Monday's and
yesterday's drills.
1Fakeup Of Squad Undecided
Though still reluctant to announce
the n-ake-up of the squad to be taken
southward a week from Friday, Coach
Fisher stated that he is assured of
two-thirds of the 15 men to be taken.
Five of this number will be pitchers,
and it is almost definite that Mc-
Afe', Asbeck and Holtzman will be
included in this number.
Capt. Loos, Oosterbaan, Morse,
Weintraub, all infielders, and Corni-
den, Neblung. outfielders, are also as-
sured to trek south next week. Selec-
tion of the squad to be taken on the
southern itinerary is expected to he
made by Coach Fisher early next
week.

Will Arrive Tomorrow Niht For Weekby a iny weatherman wo as
0 Practice Before First allowed an unusual number of out-

Round _Matel esF
TRAINING CAMP APPROVED
After several days of intensivet
preparation at the Augusta training1
camp, the 1928 Davis Cup squadl
headed by Captain William T. Tilden,.
left for Mexico City, where it willc
meet Mexico a week from Friday in
the first round of the American zone]
matches.
The team will arrive at Mexico1
City tomorrow night, thus allowing
the players a week in which to prac-
tice and become accustomed to the
higher altitude and rarefied air be-
fore the matches. The party making1
the trip consisted of Captain Tilden,'
John Hennessey, Arnold W. Jones,
Wilmer Allison, Junior Coen, and
Trainer O'Brien. ,
The departure of the team marked
the breaking up of the first training
camp that the United States Lawn
Tennis Association has ever estab-
lished for the Davis Cup team. De-
spite much criticism which ha, been
directed against the organization in
the last few months for taking such
a step, the .consensus of opinion
among the officials and players ap-
peared 'to approve the idea.
The case of Junior Coen, now rated
as, the most promising young Amer-
ican player since Vincent Richards,
who was brought to light at Augusta,
was cited as but one example of the
benefits derivable from the use of
the training camp for the aspirer[s
for places on the team.
President Cullom and Secretary
Wear of the United States Lawn Ten-
nis Association, as well as Captaini
Tilden, expressed themselves as be-
ing very well satisfied with the suc-
cess of the plan.

door workouts considering the season
of the year, aspirants fo rthe Pur-
due baseball nine have been sp d-
ing up their drills in anticipation/,of
the opening of the season's schedule
here on Monday against DePauw.
With a number of veterans from'
last year's outfit available and sev-
eral promising sophomores giving in-
dication of breaking into the regular
lineup, the Boilermaker prospects
seem encouraging providing the pitch-
ing strength can be bolstered.
Captain Maxton, star right-handed
twirler who was bothered with in-
juries last season, seems to be i6
good shape and will undoubtedly
carry most of the pitching burden,
with Davies, Gross and McHargue
battling for the right for regular
turns on the mound. Outside of the
quartet of hurlers mentioned, nothing
has been uncovered.
Judging from the lineups that have
been used by Coaches Lambert and
Tragresser in "Regular-Goof" battles,
veterans will make up the infield,
with Rabe at first, Wilcox at' -second,
Kemmer at shortstop, and Heberer at
third as the most likely' combination.
However, either Lyle or Snodgrass
are likely to make an effective bid
for infield berths.
In the outfield two sophomores,
[Harnreson of football and basket-
ball fame, and Caraway, football,
(Continued on Page Seven)

Yale Natators Boast Unbroken String
Of 3 Dual Meet Victories
InU ist Four Years
TQ FACE VARSITY MONDAY
Yale's great swimming team, win-
ner of 30 consecutive dual meet vic-
tories, is preparing to play host to
the Michigan. swimners, when the
two aggregations oppose each other
Monday at New Haven.
The record of the Old Eli natators
is undoubtedly one of the most im-

COLD WEATHER SENDS

pressive ever. compiled by an aquatic
team. The Yald squad scored a total
of 343 points in seven dual meets
against 153 for its opponents.
In the individual championships
held in the University of Pennsyl-
vania pool, the Bulldog swimmers
captured five of the seven titles.
Captain House was the only dual
winner, retaining his crowns in both
the 50 yard free style and the 150
yard back stroke, the latter for the
third consecutive year. Sanford scored
an >easy victory in the 440 yard swim,
while Howland took the 100 yard free
style. Glasscock was the fifth Yale
victor when he won the -fancy div-
ing.
Seven of fhe 16 natators -selected
by the coaches for the all-star inter-
collegiate swimming team were mem-
hers of the Yale aggregation. Hou
in the 50 yard free style and 150
yard back stroke, Howland in the
100 yard free style, Sanford in the
440 yard swim, Rickman in -.the 200 .
yard breast stroke, House and How-
land on the relay team,were those most
highly honored.
Howland, Spencer, House, Glass..
cock Nyce, Mercer, Millard, and Ra-
paport were the Yale men named for
the second team. Coach Kiphuth un-
doubtedly has one of the strongest
outfits he has ever assembled at the
New Haven institution.

AMERICAN CAPTAIN 'URSUDAVISECUP SUA D DUIAMOND EL SWIMMING
FOR INITIAL TILT
LAFAYLETTE, March 27,-Favored
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William T. Tilden
MAY WIL REFEREE
AT M. I. A. A. GAMES
Announcement has been made
that Dr. George A. May, director
of the physical education de-
partment of the University, is
again to act as referee and
starter for the annual M. I. A. 1
A. outdoor track and field m-eet
which is to be held this year atj
Albion, on June 1 and 2. I

NEW TIGER MOUNDSMAN
SHOWS PROMISING FORM
(By Associated Press.)
SAN ANTONIO, March 27.-gfThe
strength, speed, reach and ambition
of Charlie Sullivan, Detroit recruit
pitcher, has aroused the interest of
Manager George Moriarity, indicating
the possibility that the Tigers mayI
display a new moundsman in the
American league circuit this season.

r-up. Tau Kappa Epsilon took
ross country championship with
Chi second. This event put
Kappa Epsilon in second place
e fraternity contests.
the dual swimming meet, Beta
Pi captured a closely contested
rom Phi Kappa Psi. Both Sigma
Mu and Theta Chi gained
in this event.
winning the wrestling title,
Chi was able to pass Tau

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ng, but was still trailing Sig- NEW YORK CITY-Spring football
pha Mu by 28 points. A feature practice for Columbia grldders will
s event was the triple tie for start this year on April 10, and will
I place by Chi Psi, Delta Kappa, last until April 28.
n, and Phi Beta Delta.
dball was won by the Phi I T H A C A---Eight Cornell crews
la Kappa fraternity, with Phi were on the Cayuga inlet this week,
Delta placing second. Sigma and outdoor practice has definitely
Continuedl on Page Seven) begun.

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