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I Intra ural Items

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Beta Sigma Psi Wins
Cross Country Meet
B~eta Sigma Psi won the. inter-
fraternity cross country champion-
ship yesterday, running over the
freshman course. They were low
scorers with only nine points. Theca
Xi came second with 24 points, and
Alpha Kappa Lambda third, with a
total of 28 points. Groehn, of Sig-
*ma Delta Kappa came in first, out
as his fraternity did not. have three
men finish, they. did not place in;
the final results. Bets,. Sigma Psi,
the winners, cinched the meet by{
placing Burg, second, Donner, third,
and Fleer, fourth.
Horsey, of Theta Xi, placed fifth,
with. Spencer and Stevens of Alpha
'Kappa Lambda, taking sixth and
sevenith places, respectively. Guin-
ere, of Theta Clhi, took eighth, fol-
lowed. by two Theta Xi's in ninth
and tenth places, McCreary and!
Evans.:
CROSS COU'NTRY IMEET 'TODAY.
All 'freshmen are. eligible to. takef
part in thje freshmfen cross country,
meet ,to be held: at 4:15 this after-
noon over the regul r freshmanj
course. This run will be held ini
conjunction with7 Coach Hornber -
ger's yeap'lI Ig'squa md . Ten seta of
numerals Nwill be, awvar~le(Tto Horn-
berger's m en,4 and fi4' additional
sets to the next rive mein finishing.!

the court r,
Phi Delts Threaten star tackle,
ta'n of h
Handballt hanipidnSointo Varsi
______next spring
Phi Delta Phi looms as a new, baseball te,
thret fo theinter-fraternity sought afte
handball championship. The Phi Coach F'ish
,Delt's have "Steve" Jones, lasth! plans, but
year's: all-campus winner, as their aspirations
leading player and he is supported lead the 19:
by edRoehm, Jack Latty, adbl*ta
Oo MbniA nnnrt.i andlall eam-

ASIT'Y MEMBERS TO LAY M CLAUGHLIN MAY SUCCEED HARMON L A S S I F.E 7
IN FINAL GAE FOR MICHIGAN~ ITA~ cnl .NwYre u DETSN
nued from Page 5), wner' tie ability of the midget' oustin; of Paddy Harmon as presi- scheduled for Friday. NOTICE
n a week or so, while the!Jcsnpo ~ saknw inI dent of the $7,000,000 Chicago Sta-! Jack Dempsey who is now pro- _________ ______
BuJormna acon pera~ouct eve n w andttshulddium c or oration which ihe orga-'nioting boxing shows for the Ch~i- BuO DoCEanEasperiencedTICEcook for
l+.ttlef vn adh hudi ied after' a long srg1,neetcago Colliseuin, is mentioned as iuto i Ltriyor s orority.
e track team will step e , cpabepoint; winner next! today W;~L I sdo hss Ccesso ne of the possibilities, but ifi n; 1 n 112
ty shotputtinig cir fte s ,a- _ tw otar p ,1;vo h fairly cer~tain he would be offcLret -
ymN h)1, ,;:,r u4.iPoi and M b~sn~<e~ u ronly the post as' match maker, ilNtIc Oenngspc iatl t;n>all
as regular catcher on tue Of thermrdcndd e o anything. John Ringling, the cireus il)C repai S2' toff he regular
,am, earned the much Eev~irii il create kinotty prob- tepstxoKOGOt srogmgntis ioe-s nter pe1Tyu. 11, W. Clark, 1113
~r tri to Jpan witi ~ Coa l Kik w~hen line po- possibiliie>; ,Mtj:frederic Me-;possibility. Dempsey said today eI5 nvriyAe
per's Conference chain- stions are announced for nextLaughlinl' cg, owner of the ,had not been approached but that - _ ______
set aside any p~ersonal;flch I; or;in wligt"lse toay MC iU OT GAE Y
to travel in order toyear. Three yc a-r veterans, ;both menBlkhws prisoia hockey he was wilngt3"ite0o n 5 S. Phone 7927
29 footballers. The base-:lank favor.)bly with the best of the ____.n aic oriuti e go ff2. 350
would not have returned forward1 wall stars in the Confer- Q~~~ctD rt

ifending cha io is, are going to!
;Mfind a =rough road ahead in theirjl

ship.
Crego Is Prominent
in 'Murat Athletics
Walter B. ('Doe) Crego is p~robab-
ly one of the most consistent per-
formers taking part in the Intra-
mural sports. He is from Theta Chi,
one of the leading fraternities in
almost every sport. Last year they
:were runners-up for the all-year
chiarnoionship, Wling defeated i.
the -anal week by Delta .Sigma Phi.
"Doc" is one of the mainstays of;
the 'theta Chi teams. Last season
he took- first,- in the high ijump and
shot puts to help his team wain the
I track meet. Crego and Gale, of
Theta Xi, hold thefatrit'bc
stroke record between them. Out
of the 18 fraternity sports last year,
"Doe" participated in 10 of them
and made a creditable showing for
i himself and his team in each one.,

to this country until the middle of enc. Pe, a Bard driving guard,
October.i
Al Dahlem, ,peedy halfback, will w'os play, s eminiscent of the
be counted 'on by Coach Steve Far- 'great Rd Slaughtier, and Bovard, a4
rell to, take up broad j umping 'pivot performner of brilliance, will be
duties on the Varsity track team inI hard naen to replace in the center
the spring. Although not a letter ! f the Wolverine line.
c/nkle,1FasionedQxfords
iThe ANKLE-FASHIONED feature
f -- exclusive to I'unn-Biish tx-
fordsis the result of speciail
hand-tailoring methods of con-
4 struction. You can SEE and FEEL
the difference.
SFFELL S&-BUSH
Opposite Michigan Thieater

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Events Today

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TENNIS
6 :30-Parker-Superko vs. Davis-
BroWn.,(quarter finals.
6: 30-MV1:Ctchon vs. Kenney
(quarter finals).
7:30--Swanson vs. Field (quarter
finals).
* BASKETBALL
7:30-Practice period for, inde-
pendent teams with officials fur-
VOLLEYB3ALL
7: 3p-auxiliary gymnasium avail-
able for practice..
CkOSS COUNTRY
4:15--Freshman meet. (All first
year men eligible).
CLASS LEAGUE STANDING
Senior Lits. Kaufr3an, capt. ..150
Junior Lits., Goldberg, capt. ..100j
Junior Engs,, Zanoff, cape'.. .75
Seph ]rats., ay, capt....... .50

w. SWIMMING
Delta Sigmna Delta defeated,.Sig-
mna Pi, 31--10.
Beta Theta Pi defeated Tat Kap-
pa Epsilon, 23-18.
Delta Kappa Epsilon defeated
r Trigon, 32-9.
IPhi. Sigma, Delta defeated Pi
Lambda Phi,.21-20.
IiANIBALL.
Phi Delta 'Phi defeated Delta Up-
Isilon, 2-1.
SSigma Delta Kappa defeated Al-,
pha Delta Phi, 3-0.
Phi Beta Delta defeated Delta
?Kappa Epsilon, 2-1.
VOLLEYBALL
Acacia defeated Pi Lambda Phi,
2-0.
Theta Chi defeated Alpha Omega,
2-1.
1Psi Upsilon defeated Triangles,
Delta Alpha Epsilon defeated
Alpha Phi Delta, 2-0.

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