17, 1928. THE MICHIGAN DAILY
P:YLE'S CROSS COUNTR Y RUNNERS
PICZlQSAF&EUT Ai~? COMPLETE HALF THEIR JOURNEYI'
+ + (By Associated Press) Gavuzzi, Southampton, Eingland, who#
_ Br~l~iston, Okla. April 16-The sev- ; cvere yesterday's 34.8 miles from
TO BE BEST W YEARS'KX~~ent odd runners and walkers in the ;~le n42:7 0tl
(Continped from Page Six) Four evenlts are. carded for the toar ulawih h koleg place in elapsed time from An-
Mcju feec and NObelung downed the'Spring sports program sponsored b I completion of the 40 mile trek would drew Payne of: Claremore, Okla. Ed.
(',orgia B3ulldogs 5-U3 and. 13-7 in the ithe int.ramnural department. Due to find approximately half of the dis- Gardner, Seattle Negro, who ranks fifthI
'cres ichan it afe 2 the 'shortness of the spring season, tance from, Los Angeles to New Yor'kj with 301:37:31, finished in a dead
closing ~~~~ g the intramural department has an- core.hatwhGvuzhoasaoalfI
imes in these last two games. Geor- They were aligned for the jaunt to 265 :44:0 i.
gias ll-meica edsShveran nounced that there will be no post- Tulsa under the leadership of Peter Ollie 1Vattinen of New York, who
Nasl,-cmedrbutanens ingie nponements of scheduled games no
m 1li obdbtoeln ige1 patter watthe reason.______________________
1attempts against Coach Fisher's I___
litchenrs. The Spring sports scheduled to get FrB1 SPECIAL-A P I T E T
h1eld fifth dace for some time, hoped aivan will reach St. Louis April 25 and
to m'rake up mileage today lost when Chicago on Mlay, 2. Control station ;
a bruised toe forced him out after for the next four dlays are Chelsea,
hie had covered about half the dis- tomorrow; Miami, Wedlnesday; Cr
tance from Chandler. Ihage, Mo., Thursday; Spring ield, r
Under the present schedule his car- Mto., Friday.
And Cut to Order
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undter way this week are: biaseball,
tennis, horseshoes, and Sigma Delta
Psi. The first round. of the interfra-
1 ternity baseball matches will start on
Wednesday, April 18. The first round
of the horseshoe tournament must be
completed by April 28 in the fra-
tern ity group; Fifty-four fraternities
are enterd in the interfraternity ten-
nis tournament, and the first round of
this contest must be played off by
Entries are due for the all-fresluneni
tennis tournament which will get
under way the latter part of the week.
Thiq- coitest includes li th 'singles
and doubles and all freshmen tennis
men should. sign up at the intramural
office not later than Friday of this'
Sigma Delta, Psi competition begins
on April; 30 with the football punt and
the basketball throw. Only three
houses, Theta Chi, Sigma Alpha Mu
and Phi Lambda Kappa are eligible
for points on the all-year chart. This
does not mean, however that other
fraternities are barred from running
off the events according to schedule.
All -trials must be completed by May
17, according to the intramural de-
6I~W "nT iU6 GETS NEW
PLAN- FOR__MANAOE fENT
(By Associated Press)
Chicago.-Major John L. Giflithi,
commissioner of' Athletics for. the
western conference, in a statement
today suggested the organization of
an American Olympic association to
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