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High School Swimmers Gather for Interscholastic Meet

a GOLF ASPIR AN TS CHAPMAN WITH 114 POINTS LEADS
Captains Mat Team PRACTICE DAIL [TIJFWOLVERINE BASKETBALL SCORERS
HEINOFIELD !OUSE Truskowsid Follows Closely With. Orwig was the second worst of-
IJL IILLU m 113, While 1111 Orwig Plaes tender as far as the Wolverines
Captain Bergelin Ad Ward Ireadd Third were concerned, having 28 fouls
SiA nO fVm- called npon him during the sea-

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IFaic y: Dress Caprival To Follnw

Aniatetir Speedstern On
Aspirants for the golf tain are Ct,:i(ful Programy
working out daily at the Yost--
Field House under the direction ofNN E N T
Coach Ray Courtright. They have iINIS INFINE CONDITION
been using two large practice nets
for their sessions to date, but it is As one of the crowning f -rting1
expected that a putting rug will be and social events of the year onl
ready soon for further instruction the campus, the first Michigan;
in- that line. anriateur indoor speed and fancy
Captain Johnny BHirgelin is ex- skating championship tournamentA
pelted to lead a strong team in the will be held in conjunction with a
quest for the conference cham- fancy dress carnival definitely an-
pionship. Co-starring with Ber- nounced for 7:30 o'clock on the
gelin will be Art Ahlstrom and evening of March 14 on the new
Dave Ward. Ward is one of the artifical ice skating rink at the
best amateur players in the Middle Coliseum
West, being put out of the Western The tournament, which will bez
Amateur last year only after he run off as soon as possible after
had eliminated some of the best 7:30 will be followed immediately I
amen entered. Other candidates for by a fancy dress carnival No onEi
the team include Lewis, Livingston, will be allowed on the. ice afterj
Harrison, Hand, Wenzel, Whyte, the races except those in fancy
and Hoover. Tim Andreae is the costume.
manager for this year. Fancy Skaters To Compete !
S--oT The fancy skating contests arc-
INTRAMURAL PR0GRAM scheduled to occur at interval
FOR MARCH during the carnival and are de-
signed to lend flash and action tc
March 12th-Annual fresh- the color of the fancy costumes.
man indoor track meet at Yost The fancy skating championship:.
field house. to be decided in this tournament
1 are the state men's singles, statE
March 14th-Inter-fraternity women's singles and the state dou-
indoor relays, qualifying heats. bles. This contest for the indoor
!jfancy skating title should draw the
March 18th and 19th-Inter- cream of the Michigan's men and
fraternity swimming meet at women skate artists in the amateur
the Intramural pool. ranks.
SI IThe senior men will race in
I March 20th-Open house at three distances including the 220
the Intramural Sports building. yards, the half mile and the two
All winter sports championships S mile events. In the intermediate
will be played off at this time, class of amateurs the 440 yards and
The All-Campus championships the three quarter mile distance.
will also be run off in basketball, are to be run off. Three races are
I wrestling, fencing and gymnas- scheduled in the boys' division for
l tics. this combined tournament and
r I fancy dress carnival.
March 21st - All-Campus Other Races Scheduled
swimming meet in the Intra- Boys under fourteen years of age
mural pool and class relays in will skate in one race over a quar-
- the field house. ter mile distance, while boys be-
tween 14 and 16 years old will en-
t March 25 and 26th-Annual ter a half mile race. As a special
indoor inter-fraternity track feature of the tournament, a hall
meet at Yost field house. 1 mile race is planned for Ann Arbor
boys only ,under 16 years of age.
March 27th-All-Campus in- Two events, the 220 yard and the
door track meet at Yost field half mile, comprise the bill for wo-
house. men skaters in this meet. All en-
I tries for the speed and fancy skat-
March 28th-Annual boxing ding contests for this carnival must
i I Show. I be handed in at the Coliseum on
S- - - or before March 12.

Captain-elect Bob Chapman cap-
tured first scoring honors for the
Wolverines cagers during the sea-
son just ended with 114 points to
his credit. Closely pressing him
for this position, however was Joe
rruskowski, with one point less,
113, while Bill Orwig was not far
behind with 103 markers attrib-
uted to him.
Of the other regulars, McCoy was
last with 54, while Danny Rose.
made two more, and finished with
36 points toward the grand total
;cored by the Michigan men.
Chapman was also in the lead
in the matter of baskets made with
14, but again he beat out his closest
rival by only one, Orwig having
looped 43 through the hoops dur-
'ng the season. Truskowski with
19 two-pointers claims title to
hird place in floor shots. Rose
urned in 24 double scores, while
;aptain McCoy trailed with 21.
Truskowski was favored by the
eferee more times than his team
nates, having 59 fouls called upon
)pponents 'in his favor. Of these
le was successful on 35, for a per-
ventage of well over .500. Chap-
nap with 26 good trys out of 4
followed, while Orwig had 17 out
of 39 free throws.
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INTRAMURAL SWIMMING
POOL CLOSED
Due to the Interscholastic
swimming meet the Intramural
building pool will be closed to
students today.
Coach Matt Mann.l
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son, being forced to leave two
games with four misdemeanors
charged against him. Truskowski
was called 30 times by the referee,

but was not forced to retire from
only one game because of -that. Mc-
goy was called 25 times, but this
's surprisingly few considering the
lard and close guarding which the
VMichigan capatin was forced.to do.
Bill Orwig scored in every game
>f the season, while Chapman
-missed only one, the Cornell con-
best. Truskowski holds the record
'or baskets scored in one evening
.vith eight made in the Cornell
Tame, but Orwig was not far be-
'ind with six in the Cornell and
)hio set-tos.
i oul Contest Taken
By Delta Sigma Phil
seats Out Sigma Alpha Mu By One
Point In Inter-Fraternity
Foul Tournament
With a total of 171 points Delta
Sigma Phi came from behind to
yin the inter-fraternity foul
.hrowing contest. Last years cham-
pions, Sigma Alpha Mu placed
second with 170 throws, while
Theta Xi after leading the first!
round fell back to a tie for third
place with Sigma Chi with a score
of 167.
Those who scored for the win-
ning fraternity are Falls; Emery,
Synder, Myron, and Clemmons.!
SThirty-five fraternities entered the
Icontest.!

HIGHLAND PARK TEAM
PRE'P AQUATIC HONORS
Teams From 22 Schools To
V Compete For Honors, In
New' Pool
TO HOLD FINALS TONIGHT
With 152 contestants represent-
sends Whiting High School and
liminaries for the twenty-Jourth
Michigan interscholastic invita-
tional will get underway this
morning in the new Intramural
pool. The preliminary trials in all
events will be held this morning
and the prepsters will come to-
gether in the finals tonight.
Highland Park, state, midwest,
and national prep champions will
enter the competition as a top-
heavy favorite to retain team hon-
ors. The Polar Bears, boasting one
of the greatest array of prep swim-
imers ever to represent one school
|boast a well balanced outfit again
this year along with a number of
individual performers who will be
expected to do more than their
share of the wholesale shattering
of records which most probably
take place with the high calibre of
competition.
Eight of the thirteen men who
helped Highland Park to her na-
tional championship last' year at
Evanston are on the entry list. Of
this number four; Lemak, present
holder of the national, midwest,
and state marks in the breast
I stroke, Carruthers, Meigs, and
Klintworth are expected to send
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