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XVDJ~SA, MAROR1 7, i1020 TE M1CIIANYTLY

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T T H NXIWALKER IN TITLE FIQHT
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J!###!##{##'1i#1###{###itlilx#l1{###1111111111####1##1118111{##I1111#{###11#t111#I11#####il11111 theless the betting on the flght has:
gone down, from .-7-5? on Loug hran
Harry Stuhldreher, star signal The annual promises on the gr h n
Half Point Marg:ii Is Sufficient caller of Notre Dame's unforgett-; behalf of the Detroit America ghto evenmoney since the champion
To Nose Out TauI Kappa able "Four Horsemen", has been League regarding the hopes of ilight heavyweight ,stopped work, a1-
though the arrival of a special train
Epsilon mentioned as the :logical successor the Tiger hopefuls of gaining 1from Philadelphia bringing Tom-
to Cornell's veteran football coach I the coveted bunting have ;not
FIVE RECORDS BROKEN Gilmour Dobie. blossomed out as yet. Probably my's Quaker backers is expectedto
'FIVE_'RECORDSBROKEN this extraordinary fact .is due raisethe ante somewhat.
In the vicinity of the Itha- to the failure of the Bengals in The chief Loughran problem at
A half point brought first place in can campus rumor has -it that their attempt to claw Master present seems to be the selection
the fraternity track meet at Yost the ageing Gil Dobie:is ready .to Wrigley's powerful Chicago of a referee. Mickey's rather finely
field house Monday night to Theta: present his resignation after Cubs. drawn decision victories over the
Chi who nosed out Tau Kappa Ep- five successive .disastrous sea- Ilate Tiger, Flowers and Ace Hudkms
silon secondlace winners, 22 to Five straight losses are a little boh of which were vociferously re-
si>,scn plaewinr,22t sons for the B3ig {hel on =the Fv tagtlse r ite
21 gridiron too much for even as gullible a ceived by the fight crowd, have
Tau Kappa Epsilon made a gal- group of supporters as Detroit's caused quite a bit of worry in Tom-
lant bid for first honors in the final The unfortunate showing of his fandom to stomach and unless the my's camp, although the defending
event on the program, the half charges and their failui to main- Tigers show a few things over the champ asserts that he'd be wlling
mile, but the five points supplied by Lain Cornell's proud ranking in remainder of the preliminary sea- scra thern alke
Eddy, who won the event, was not Eastern Intercollegiate footbail cir- son Frank Navin and his yeomen imanager,, as the third man in the
enough to displace the leading cles has caused the alumni of the will be considerably more bereft of
Theta Chi team. Ithaca institution .to Vhs their backers than they have been in Present indications point to a
Crego Stars dissatisfaction with 'the Sot men many years.r complete sell out of the 25,000 seats
Delta Sigma Delta drew up in tor in no uncertain terw8. min Harmon's new_$7,_0000__stadium.
third place with 13 points. Trigon .Gar Wood has maneuvered
finished fourth, a half point ahead They may not have been so his Miss America VII nto
breaking the world's record

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Campus Boxing Show
Is Set For Thursday

Numerals will be awarded to all1
men who compile five points inI
the All-Caninus Track meet tonight'
at Yost Fiel4 house, the intramural
department ; announced yesterday
afternoon.
The meet ,which will get under
Way at 7:30 is open to everyone ex-
cept varsity and numeral winners.
The events which are the same as
those run off in the fraternity meet
Monday night are: shot put, poleI
vault, 50 yard dash, low hurdles,
high jump; running broad jump,
high hurdles. 440 yard run, halfI
mile, and - mile..
Entries will be received at the
field house up until seven o'cloc:.
tonight.
Madisopn.-Wisconsin spring grid
practice showed 98 men cavorting
in the moleskins.

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in the tournament two years: ago.[
The 16- men who will compete in
the finals of this tourney are the
survivors of an elimination tourna-
ment in which nearly 300 entries
started.
J. M. Brown, Chairman of the
State Boxing Commission, who was
expected to be present at the'
matches, has sent his regrets andI
explained that he will be unable to
make the show. But an earnest
effort is being made to secure the
services of outside judges for the
tournament in order that impartial
decisions may be rendered.
The silver statuette trophies have
arrived and will be presented to
the contestants Thursday night
after their bouts. The card will
start promptly at.8 o'clock Thurs-
day evening. From the informa-
tion gained from Toledo sources the
meet will find several fans here
from that city.

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01 the nJtn pIlac e eam, Jimit i openly critical as thoie .4
Delta, who assembled 12 points. State partisans who sought,
The other teams that scored points scalp of Doc Wilee-and got
were: Phi Kappa Psi 8/, Theta Xi __but they nevertheless Iii
6, Phi Sigma Kappa 5, Delta Sigma been insistent that somethi
Pi 4%, Alpha Kappa Lambda 3, be done.
Sigma Alpha Mu 1.
Crego, of Theta Chi, who cap- Leo Durocher, the same nois:
tured individual high point honors confident lad who played h
with two firstsg ara established s with most of the Tigers' ten
niew fraternity track mark in the last summer, has proven hir
shot put when he pushed the iron the star of the Yankees' tra
ball 36 fee 3 inches. The old session in the southland..
mark was 'feet, 4f inches. Crego Springfield flash has made
also won the high jump with a presence felt around the shor
leap of five feet four inches. in the Yankee camp and is fa
Snarey, besides scoring the sec- over the costly Lyn Lary for
and largest number of points, shortstop positidn.
shattered the record for the 50 yard I
dash when he negotiated the dis- When the Yankees gathe
tance ink. :05.6 in one of the pre- WhtSt etersaneegFatcI:
liminary runs. Later, he came back' month for the opening of I
to win the final in six seconds, the training season, it was regard
exact time of the old record. as a foregone conclusion ti
Two Other Marks Topple Lary would start the season
The records in the running broad shortstop.
jump and high hurdles fell also.
Reason of Theta Xi broke, the old After a month's trial Lary I
record of 19 feet, five inches for the nearer a regular place in the lie
broad jump when he leaped 20 feet of the world's champions
three inches. Martin of Phi Kappa when he was purchased along
Psi chopped six tenths of a second Jimmy Reese in the fall of
off the high hurdle record when he from the Oakland club of the
copped the event in nine seconds ific Coast League for the tidy
flat. rof $125,000.

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again. Down at Miami Beach
Monday the Detroiter drove
the craft at a speed of 93,123
miles per hour to boost the
mark by two-tenths of a mile
an hour for fresh water while
he cracked the old salt water
record by more than 13 miles
an hour.
Baseball has been endorsed for
the coming season by the Michigan
Interscholastic athletic association
in a meeting at Kalamazoo.
Tankmen To ,Defend
. National Swim Title
(Continued From Page 6)
diving, as he won the title in both
1927 and 1928. Bud 'Shields of
Brigham Young, the only double!
winner last year, will have to swim'
in sensational fashion in order to
retain both the 220 and 440 yard
championships.t

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