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SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1929 T H E MICHIGAN DA1LIY

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AWARD NUMERALS TO
EIGHT CLASS WINNERS
Southworth Wins Over Brockmeyer
In Feature Match After
Overtime Periods

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SORENSON SH OWS ABILUTY
Numeral sweaters will be award-
ed to the eight men who won in-
dividual honors in as many weight
classifications of the all-campusI
tournament which began in con-
junction with the open house pro-1
gram at the Intramural building
but which was not completed until
yesterday afternoon.
An entry list comprising 46 names
precluded any chance that the
tourney might have been complet-
ed Thursday afternoon, when only
four winners were declared, and
when the finalists in the other four

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Two Detroit high school teams Northwestern, also of Detroit, is NOTICE-All next week, our best
will defend national interscholastic expected to displace their Detrf permanent at $6.50. Raggedy AnnI
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,,Northwestern and Highland Park, team and showing sufficient in -
last year's winners in the track dividual prowess to score high in PIANO TUNING-The Concert Art-
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spectively, begin their drive to re- Colts will take the field a decided for Allmendinger. Not with anI3
gain countrywide honors. avorite. Hurd in the mile, Thomp music house. Exclusive pianc
Wrestling, a new sport on North- son in the 880, Dennis in the broad tuner for the University Schoolj
t western university's interscholastic jump, Ward in the high jump, Hes- of Music. Office at residence
I program, will also be held this ton in the hurdle events, and Max-
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to press the older competitions be in national competition, should TYPING-Theses aspecialty. Fair
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divisions were announced. 'l'Jc 1, y S-nowuen not avan ab d guanaaood ut tLo a new record nn n s avorLC
divisions were announced. relay team will meet its first com- crop of half milers slated for ac- event. The Highland Parkers
Tires In Overtime petition of the year tonight when tion it is very possible that Eckno- should also clip the' existing marks
Perhaps the outstanding match the yearlings oppose a varsity re- 1 vitch will not break into the scor- in the free style and medley relaya
of the tourney came Thursday aft- serve quartet in an exhibition race ing column. events.
ernoon when Southworth won over during the Cornell-Michigan dual Beatty undoubtedly will retain A beautiful duel is expected to
Brockmeyer in the second two min- track meet tonight in Yost field his national low hurdle champion- be reenacted between Rosen of
ute overtime period on a fall in house. ship and in so doing should comr Roosevelt High. of Chicago and
the 165 pound class. At the end Freshman half mile material has very'° close to establishing a new Carruthers of Highland Park. At
of the regulation five minutes of I been scare all year, according to record. The star negro thinclad the interscholastic meet here three
wrestling, neither man held an ad- the yearling track mentor, and two also expects to place in the sprint weeks ago the Polar Bear pressed
arthe other. men accustomed to the mile and and the broad jump to clinch in- the midget Chicago paddler to a
Sorensen of the freshman squad,two mile runs will be used in the dividual scoring honors for th new record in this event, the finish
cstablished himself as a man to be freshman lineup tonight. Mc- meet. being the closest possible.
watched in the unlimited division Laughlin, acknowledged the best of
the yearling 880 men, will probably nounce Plans For SPORT FIVE PRONOUNCED
when he defeated Leo Draveling, run in the anchor position, whie A1+C ar tt"' N'
Varsity gridder, with an advantage the other three places will be n-A FOR LOWLY RIVALS
of 45 seconds in two two-minute taken by Wolfe, Fitzgibbons, andpring Grid TraRIing
periods. Although Draveling was the Gafill. Wolfe and Fitzgibbons, two SpringdTraingng
heavier of the two grapplers, he long distance men, took first and (C eContinued From Page 6wsp
heaviernofdthetwo grapp6erspowerful sports cage squad spent
was the least experienced. second in the time trial in 2:02 will be recognized as members of the evening in comparative sobri-
Aldinger Beats Wachs and 2:04 respectively, while Gafill the 1928 eleven while the others ety found in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti,
Aldinger easily defeated Wachs in jfinished a few strides behnd Fitz are of the class of 1932. Hicks and and points east. Sports Mogul
the 115 pound class with an ad- gibbons. . Stoll, also freshmen, are being tu- Mowrie Quinn and Sp. Ed. Emeri-
vantage of three minutes. Aldinger D'Anna, Bazley, Colby, and Muel- tored as forward passers along tus Colonel Veddah (Carrolton,
employed the body scissors andIler will compose the reserve relay with Simrall and Wheeler. III) (adv.) .after many weary hours
nelson to good advantage in team. 'All members of the quartet; 0oo hours have come out of session and
halfwinning his bout. have had experience in the cross- SIGMA DELTA PSI TRYOUTS decided to present to their public
country squad, while Mueller also the official opening lineup for the
,Dalyrymple of the freshman team, competed in the Conference half The national honorary ath- winners. The only name unfami-
defeated Bennett mile event. letic fraternity Sigma Delta lar to the presnt generation of
an advantage of 1:31 in the 125 Another sidelight of the eve- Psi, will hold annual spring sport enthusiasts on the opening
pound class while Larsen won the ning's track festivities will be the t r y - o u t s for member- lineup will be that of Clarey Edel-
135 pound title over Duncan with finals of the interfraternity relay ship starting Monday, March have come out of session and have
a, time advantage of approximately races. Four teams, Phi Sigma 25th. Candidates will report on The Lineup:
four minutes. Benz defeated Ross- Kappa, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Alpha I the old football field by the In- Te u
oan in the 145 pound division. Sigma Phi, and Delta Sigma Phi tramural building on Mondays, I Sports Editorials
Kauffman easily defeated Weiss survived the qualifying heats of the Tuesdays, and Thursdays from Kaufman.......LF.........Chubb
in the 155 pound division with an tourney and are eligible to com- 2 to 6 o'clock in the afternoon. !Swanson ... RF......... Tilley
advantage of four minutes. The .tpete in tonight's race. Phi Sigma Snarey will be in charge of the I Warner or
175 pound title was won by Rich- Kappa turned in the fastest time tests. j Prakken C. ..,..Truskowski
ardson. Coaches Keen and Dona- in the preliminary heats, their four Intramural Department. (B.S.) I Edelson LG.... ... Simons
hoe conducted the tourney. men making the half-mile in 1:40. ( oGussellIG....... McCoy

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SUNDAY

CHURCH

SERVICE

FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Cor. State and Washington Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, D.D., Minister
Samuel J. Harrison, Associate
Minister and Student Director
10:30 a. m.-Morning Worship.
Bishop William F. Oldham of
Columbus, Ohio, recently re-
turned from South American
area, will preach. Subject, "Our
South American Neighbors."
12 M.-Three Bible Classes for
Students.
6 p. m.-Professor Leslie Fuller
of Garrett.Biblical Institute.
7 p. m.-Open House at Wesley
Hall.
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship.
"Behold Thy King," Rev. Sam-
uel J. Harrison, preacher.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Division Sts.
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Dale H. Moore, Associate
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell, Secretary
for Women
10 a. m.-Student Class. Dale H.
Moore, teacher.
10:45 a. m.-Morning Worship.
- Sermon, "The Claims of the
King.".
5:30 p. m.-Social hour for young
people.
6:30 p. m.-Young People's meet-
ing. Special speaker, Ralph
Johnson of the Methodist
Guild.
HILLEL FOUNDATION
615 E. T *Uivcrsity Dial 3779
Lane Ill--4 p. m.--Dr. Samuel
H. Goldinson of Pittsburgh,
who several years ago spoke in
ll auditorium at a general

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
On East Huron, below State
H. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard R. Chapman, University
Pastor
10:30-Mr. Sayles will preach
"The Meaning of Calvary."
12:00-Church School.
12:00-Students' Group at Guild
House.
5:30-Friendship Hour.
6:30-Special program. General
subject, "If I Should Go to
Africa." Four speakers: Ira
Hirschy, D o r o t h y Cuthbert,
Milton Staub, Luciel Webb.
Be
c nsistenL
in
your
religion

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave. between Packard
and Williams
9 a. m.-Bible School.
10 a. m.-Confirmation Service.
Sermon topic, "The Call of the
Master." No German service.
7:30 p. m.-Young People's
league will present a motion
picture entitled, "Our Heritage
of Faith." The public is in-
vited.
Wednesday evening at 7:30, pre-
paratory service.
Attend
church
regularly,
on
Sundays

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
Corner State and William Sts.
Allison Ray Heaps, Minister
March 24, 1929
9:30-Church school.
10:45-Morning worship. Topic,
"Kingship of Jesus."
5:30-Student fellowship supper.
6:30-Miss IkukoKoicumi-of Ja-
pan will -speak on "Spiritual-
sm of Budhism."
ST. ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Division and Catherine Sts.
Rev. Mr. Henry Lewis, Rector
Rev. Mr. T. L. Harris, Assistant
Services for Palm Sunday,
March 24, 1929
8:00 a. m.-Holy Communion
9:30 a. m.-Student Holy Com-
munion (in Harris Hall).
11:00 a. m.-The Rite of Con-
firmation. The Rt. Reverend
Herman Page, D.D., of Michi-
gan.
6:30 p. i.-Student Supper at
Harris Hall.
7:30 p. m.-Stainer's Crucifixion
sung by St. Andrew's Choir.
L Vd~ WW d

7ION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. at Fifth Ave.
E. C. Stellhorn, Pastor
I9-Bible Class.

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 S. Division St.
10:30 a. m. - Regular Moruin,
service. Sermon topic, "Mat-
ter."
11:45 a.rnm-u-unday School fo -
lowl yth m -anlin,.piVicp

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West J,;terty Streets
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
March 24, 1929
9 a. m-German Service.
ti a. m.-English Service, 5cr-
mon, "Holy Baptism."

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