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MARS 5;^ 102

THE MICHIG-A NDAlLY

Intramzral Authorities AnnounceOpen HouserLAssI

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COMPETITION IN EIGHT SPORTS
WILL DR T MA

WOLVERINE MAT WOLVERINES OVERWHELM BADGERS,
SQUAD WORKING 37-22, TO TAKE LEAD IN BIG TEN

HARD FOR ILLINI

Basketball, Tennis, Volley ball,
Squash, Handball, Games Are
Listed Fcr Novel Program
WRESTLERS TO COMPETE
Climaxing one of the most suc-
cessful winter sports seasons ever
attempted the intramural depart-
-ment will essay a novel experimentj
in the form of an Open House Day
=on March 20 when championship
and team matches in eight sports
will draw the winter competition
to a close it was announced late
this afternoon by the Intramural
authorities.
Large crowds are expected to be
attracted to this novel exhibition
'which will be a fitting climax to a
season of hard contested encount-
ers in all sports. The champion-
ship basketball offerings will prob-
ably head the list of the unusual
card of events.
Play Will Be Close
The final games in the frater-
nity, class and independent leagues
are listed and if early season play
-may be accepted as any criterion,
games to decide the titlists in all
three classes should approach a
'standard unexcelled in intramural
o0 0
s THIS WEEKS "INTRAMURALI
PROGRAM I
March 5- Basketball Elimina- I
tions.
March 6-Fraternity Foul shoot-
ing, first round. I
Finals in Fraternity Bowling.
1 Inter-class Swimming Meet. I
March 7-Fraternity Foul shoot-
ing, final round.
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Wrestling, long one of the most
popular of thehintramural activ-
ities, will see the finale of one of
its most successful season at the
University with the finals in the
annual All-Campus tourney which;
will be held during the Open
House program on March 20. The
intramural department is to be
congratulated on its contribution
to the varsity teams and In no
I sport is this true than wrestling.
Michigan's array of handball
stars who have proven their ability
against top notch opposition will
see action against the Toledo "Y"
team on the Intramural Building
courts on the evening of March 20.
While the two glove artists are
busy with their Toledo opponents
the local squa'sh stars will engage
in exhibition matches with players
from the Detroit Athletic club.
Competition Opens
The annual fraternity foul
shooting contest will get under
way today down at the Intramural
Sports Building. This year's con-
test should prove to be one filled
with keen competition, as the rules
this year do not limit the players
that can enter from a house. The
Fraternities can send down their
men any time during the day. On
the first round of play each man
is allowed twenty-five shots.
On Thursday the final round of
shots is made with twenty five
trys permitted to each man: In
figuring the totals, the ten highest
individuals count. The highest
score possible out of that arrange-
ment is 250.
Battle Is Promised
There should be a good battle
for honors between Sigma Alpha
MIu and Phi Beta Delta, because
they tied for first place in last
year's event. However they will
not be left to fight it out alone
this year as in the recent all cam-
pus foul throwing contest held
last month three new "shooters"
were uncovered. These three men'
placed in the all-campus contest
this year and as they are from the
Alpha Omega house it looks like
they will make their house a seri-
ous contertder for the champion-
ship.
It was pointed out that this was
an easy chance for a fraternity
to let theirmen compete in an
inter-fraternity contest as the- re-
stridtion for elegibility are un-
limited in this particular event.

Comparative Scores Give 'llino4i
Sight Edge Over Coach
Keen's Wrestlers
After a day of rest yesterday,
the Michigan wrestling team was
to start actual preparation today
for the championship meet next
Saturday against Illinois at Ur-
bana. Coach Clifford X~een thoughts
the day off yesterday could do no
harm after the close meet of last
Saturday when a determined In-
diana grappling team held Mich-
igan to a 14-to-14 tie. and came
near to spoiling Michigan's .right
to contest the Illini for the Big
Ten crown.
'A-comparison of scores has given
the Maine and Blue wrestlers no
comfort since the Illinois team has
beaten West Virginia and Chica-
go, both opponents of the Wolver-
ines, by more decisive scores than
Coach Keen's men did.
Indiana Match Close
But Coach Keen is little troubl-
ed by comparison. The 'Wolverine
coach described the Indiana natch
as far too close for comfort, and
added that Coach Thom of In-
diana,' has made a satisfactory ex-
planation of the grease episode in
one meet. The Crimson mentor
has explained that his men put
salve on their ears before the meet
to keep the ears from becoming'
bruised when scraped upon the
mat. It was this salve which got
onto the Hoosier wrestlers shoul-
ders and arms during the course
of the meet.
Standings in the eastern divi-
sion of the Big Ten wrestling finds
Michigan at the top of course with'
Indiana in second place. Purdue
took third w i t h Northwestern
fourth and Ohio State in last
place. The western division was
again topped by Illinois, Minne-
sota coming next in the runner up
position. Chicago, Iowa and Wis-
consin finished in the same order.
This will mark the third time that
Michigan and Illinois have been
the leaders of their respective
divisions, although the Wolverines
have yet to achieve the distinc-
tion of a Big Ten championship.

(Continued Froni Page 1.)
Score Remain Close
Chmielewski fouled McCoy and
the Michigan captain dropped in
the penalty shot. Then Chapman
took McCoy's attempt off the back-
board for a tip-in, but Foster kept
his team in the running with a
sensational one-handed overhead!
shot from the corner of the court.
Ellerman brought the Badgers,
within a single point of the Veenk-
ermen with another long basket.
This final threat of the invaders
seemed to spur the Wolves to

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ond less than Michigan's best
Varsity man has done. His time
was 51.8. Michigan took a first in
the 60 yard dash, Campbell win-
ning in the time of 6.4 seconds.
Davis of Michigan took a second in
yard race in one tenth of a 'sec
this event while Iampton of Illi-
nois finished third. Root of Illi-
nois copped the 65 yard low hur-
dles in 7.8 seconds, with Schultz,
also of Illinois, taking second.
Wood of Michigan was third.i
Michigan dominated the mile run,
with Wolfe winning and Etzgib-
bons taking a second. Wolfe's
time was 4.31. Purma of Illinois
put the shot a distance of 40 feet
10 inches while Moos and Wine-
land, both of Illinois, took second
and third respectively. Wolfe and
Fitzgibbons again finished one-two
in the two mile run with a time
of 10.2. Wood of Michigan Navar-
ro of Illinois tied for first in the
65 yard high hurdles with Gimmy
of Michigan third. In the high
jump Jones of Illinois was vic-
torious with a jump of 5 feet 10 1-2
inches. McLaughlin of Michigan
took first in the 880 yard run,,
making it in the time of 2.01 1-5.
Wanger, Hill, and Navarro swept
the broad jump. Wagner's jump
carrier him 21 feet 5 1-2 inches.
Allen of Michigan took first in the
pole vault with Morrison of Illi-
nois placing second.

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annals.
-Championship volleyball games
-in both the intramural and the
interferternity leagues will be
.held. It is to be noted that this is
the first year that the intramural
department has attempted to con-
duct any extensive competition in
this game.
Tennis Draws Interest
With a strong field entered in
the All-Campus indoor tennis
.tournament much interest is al-
ready aroused with the outcome.
In all probability the finalists in
this tournament may be considered
as 'potential varsity netmen. and
the final match in this sport.
should add greatly to the attrac-
tiveness of the Open House pro-
gram. Among those players con-
sidered as possible winners are
Spencer, Brace, Beal, Hammer and
Clark.
The fourth feature will be the
All-Camp s fencing meet. JustI
hoV capable the competition in
these events will be remains a!
-matter of conjecture but as in the
Spast lt Is expected that this sport
will draw considerable plaudits.
An tAll-Campus gymnastic tourna-
ment will also be one of the at-
tractions to be offered.°

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IMPORTANT CHANGE IN TIME
Effective Sunday, March 3rd
Train No. 52 (southbound) will leave Ann Arbor at
2:16 P. M. (CT) instead of 5:45 P. M.
.Train No. 53 '(northbound) will leave Ann Arbor at
5:06 P. M. (CT) instead of 5:24 P. M
Schedule of other tiaims will remail unchanged.
Ann Arbor Railroad

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