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THE, M I C 10AN

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TR'fJRIS DAY,

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ALL 'AM !NO OHTENIS CHAMPiONSHIP

FARRELL WORKS
SPRINTERS FOR
CORNELL MEET
Hurdlers And Pole Vaulters Also
Practice On Dirt Floor Int
Field house

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candidates monopolizing the mid-
die of the field house during the
day, Coach Stephen J. Farrell sent
some of his track squad through
their paces last night in prepara-
tion for the approaching Cornell
mect. The sprinters, hurdlers, and
pole vaulters were given a work-
out on the dirt floor.
Tdlan, Grodsky, Chapman and
Murray were among the dashmen
who accustomed themselves to the
dirt straightaway in preference to
the cinders. If Chapman sprints
against Cornell it wil be his first
competition of the season.- He did
not run in the Conference meet,
as he has been devoting his atten-
tiQn to broad jumping.
Tolan should be in good shape,
as. he has had the benefit of three
meets. The 'Wolverine flash com-
peted in the special race at De-
troit Olympia, the Big Ten indoor
meet, and the Illini relays. Run-
ning against such stars as Percy
Williams, Olympic dash champioh,
Simpson of Ohio State, Elder of
Notre Dame, Root of Chicago, and
Timm of Illinois, Tolan won two
seconds and one third place.
Among those working out over
the hurdles last night were Potter
and Kinney. They will be Michi-
gan's chief reliance to score
against the Cornell timber toppers.
Huggett and Atkins also practiced
on the barriers.
Michigan's pole vaulters all lack
competition this season. Eardley
and Potter have both cleared the
bar aL 12 feet,.but are inclined to
be inconsistent. McClellan is also
a prospect, although this is his first
year on the squad.

IAAN U UM IYIi Daily Sports Staff Boasts String of serate attempt to frustrate the:
1 28 Straight Wins Over editors of this page in last year's
2St Editorials classic the editorial clan spared no
Coach MacMahon honors 15 Tank- expense in bringing several mem-
then; Squad To Conatintuebers of the New York Celtics to
Work Until June DIRTV WORK EXPECTED play under their colors.
Despite these illegal proceedings
Whe Th Daly' Sprt' poer-upon the part of the editorial clan,I
SQUAD PRAISED BY COACHI l basketball team takes the floor the Vedder coached sport team
1Saturday morning against their proved an easy winner. A fast
Sweaters and numerals have been unskilled but persistent Editorial tricky offense proved too much for
awarded to fifteen members of the opponents the sport scribes will be Jo Chamberlain's yeomen and with
Frcshman swimming squad who presented with the task of keeping Chicken Kaufman in the leading
a 28 year old record intact scoring role the boys from the
began a long training grnd inl While the sport writers have evi- southeast corner of the Press
October which will continu until dently found little difficulty in Building won by 25-13 count before
June in preparation for next year turning back their ambitious and a large crowd.
when the men will be eligible for untalented rivals the possibly of Dame Rumor has it na this year
the inevitable occurrence, the law the scions of the editorial outfit
of averages, may operate in this, have arranged for the entire Cleve-
The following nen were awarded the 29th annual fracas, in favor land Professional basketball team
Fnumerals and sweaters: free stylers of the unfortunate editors and mar to play in an effort to wrest their
---Ladd, Hubbley, Snyder, Hapke, this time honored tradition of the first win since the traditional com-
Me aIe apm beast e sportsters. petition began in 1890 from the
strokers-Miller, Wunsch, Staelin, Rather an exhaustive research, pr tf em
and Lance; back strokers-Valen- covering the past editorial-sport George "Brute" Simons, tlie edi-
tine, Kline, Rowitch, and Monke; basketball encounters, on the part torial coach has also an unusually
diver-Raike. of the editorial faction has brought (Continued On Page 7)
Although tlc training period the editors to the, conclusion that
from now until June will not be every effort must be made to stem e .-- -
mild in character, there will be no 1 the victorious sportsmen. In a de- CIEERLEADING TRYOUTS
practice meets nor will the squadr
enter any more A. A. U. meets as aRESlMAN TWO MILE A short meeting of those I
they have done in the past. Coach wishing to try out for the cheer-
MacMahon said he would not per- IELAY WEAM TO FACE leading squad will be held in
mit any of his charges to enter fu- RESRV- SATURDAY IRoom 302 of the Michigan Union
ture aquatic meets because the ,'' S U at 3:00 on Thursday afternoon I
daily training will keep them busy, of this week. Pervious experi-
and because, he intimated, the A. Wolfe and Fitzgibbons, yearling i ence is desired but is not neces- i
A. U. meets did not benefit the }distance men, led the freshman | -sary. After six weeks of train- }
men enough to warrant the time half milers to the tape in a time f ing.this Spring, a squad will be
spent in that type of competition. trial held Tuesday afternoon to de- :picked. Sophomores rather than
Earlier in the year Coach Mac- termine the personnel of the fresh- I Freshmen are preferred.
Mahon said that this year's year- man two mile relay team which, Stanton W. Todd, I
ling squad is the best he has ever will compete against a varsity re- Varsity Cheerleader.
coached here. There are plenty of serve quartet in a feature race o o
capable performers among the during the Cornell-Michigan meet
ranks of the Freshman tankers-in this Saturday.
the free style, breast stroke, and McLaughlin, star yearling 880
back stroke, and, although there man, has already been selected for
is only one diver on the squad, he the team, and did not finish the
is good enough to offset any weak- ; race yesterday, dropping out after
ness in that department. holding the lead till the final lap.I a1i
. Wolfe and Fitzgibbons, though
Stanford is not the only place i both running the shorter distance
for the sons and daughters of rich for the first time, finished in 2:2
}men. It is, in fact, not a very good j and 2:4 respectively, while Gafill
place fore them. Statistics show;E came in a few feet behind Fitz-!a
that 50 per cent of the students gibbons to annex the final place on
there are self-supporting. ; the quartet.

IN flLL-bhirvwinti
Numerals And Jerseys To Be Given
Point Winners In Swim Meet
Tonight
SIX EVENTS TO BE HELD
Numerals and jerseys await those
who gain five points in the all-
campus swimming meet to be held
tonight at the Intramural pool.
Entries are open until the start of
the first event which will be held
at seven-thirty. Points are award-
ed for the first four places, five
points for first, three for second,
two for third and one for fourth;
Events which will be run off are
the 50 yard, 100 yard, and 200 yard
free style; 50 yard breast stroke;
50 yard backstroke; and diy i g.
IThere will be no relays as the meet
is for individual entrants.
A large entry list is expected as
most of the winners in the Inter,
f r a t e r n i t y championships held
Tuesday, will be entered according
to intramuralofficials. Last 'year
fifty-two men were entered in the
varioud events. 'About forty-five
entries have been reeived so far,
and many: are expected at starting
time.
A twelve inch snake, probably
lone of the snakes which St. Pat-
rick chased from Ireland, wriggled
into the hall of one of the
buildings of Butler University and
startled a defenseless coed. The
snake met an instant and painless
death at the hands of a cruel work-
man.
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Football made its appearance
again on South Ferry field yester-
day when Coach Tad Wieman's'
group of "specialists" went through
their first workout. Handling the
bali and aearing before the 1

movie camera took up most of the!
squad's time. 16 Prep Champions
The "M. G. M." camera man was
on the job and took pictures of the Enter Chicago Meet
squad shoving Coach Tad Wieman.
about the field in a new car as well
as pictures of the entire squad of!(3y Associated Press)
kickers and passers. CHICAGO, March 20.--Entries for
The remainder of the session was the University of Chicago's nation-
spent in hurling and receiving al basketball interscholastic haves
passes with the kickers also getting reached 16 with the acceptance of
into action before the practice con- five more state champions, Vienna,
eluded. Coach Franklin Cappon Ga.; St. Paul, Neb.; Warren, Ark.;
was assisting ,Wieman in the task Yankton, South Dakota, and Clas-
of supervising the candidates. sen high of Aklahoma City, Okla.

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