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TEAM IMPROVES'____________T,~f~_______
Wit h the' eceCption of a w ak-'~.______________
Hess in th~e javelin a~nd pole vault~I TO[C[HOSES


Cortright's Quintet Searches
for :Fetter Scoring Punch
and Improved Defense.
Hoping that his defense has
strengthened enough and his of-
fen-se has improved, enough to net
hami a ;,victory over a team which
has. the reputation of collecting
sharpshooters, Coach Courtright
wil senid his Junior Varsity cag.-
ers against the Detroit Y#9. C. A.
tonight at 7:30 in the Field diouse.
Smarting under the 3 1-24 spank-
4 ing which the Cadillac Athletic club
of -Detroit neatly administered to
them Wednesday night, the Wol.-
ver'ine cubs will be thirsting for re-.

venge when they mix with the "Y"
quintet tonight.
Lose to Cadillac.
Poor ;condition and sloppy ball1
handling have lost most of the
ga pep which have been marked up
against the Michig'an reserves, but
Coach Courtright has been shifting
his players until at last he feelsl
that he has found a line-up which
may prove effective. Running up'
against a novel type of defense
when they met the Cadillac A. C.
the Wolverines seemed baffled, but
with a practice session devoted to
solving this type they, feel confi-
dent that they can make a good
showing whien they entertain the
Y. M. C. A.. aggregation tonight.
Same Team to Start.
The same five men who started
the -game Wednesday will begie
the first chance tonight with, Pen- I
dell aind Hole getting the call at
forwards, Coombe at center,- andI
Tyler and Justice at the guard
posts. These men have had ex-
-perience playing together lately,
and Coach Courtright expects to
u~se them in as many of the games
as :possible.
With three losses out of five gam-
es played their record to date, the
junior' Varsity will go into the game
tonight toQ try to bring $-heir aver-
age up to .500. They have ]pst to1
Kalamaio~ College, Detroit City
College,, anti Cadillac A. C. while
winning over the Kalamazoo out-
fit once, and Ypsilanti.

events, the varsity t r a c k squad ____
has been s how i ng consist- Conference Champs to Engage
ent improvement in its drills sin ci w wemn et
the holiday session. Under the =di-O::r:Weck.Ent
rection of Coach Steve :Farrell the _____ "
team has gone th~rough almost J*~ VICTORI Y HOPES HIGH I
daily practice sessions for :the past t
two weeks. Michigan's cha-mpionship swim-
The Wolverine thinclads should ' Mringa team is due for a busy week
be certain to gain firsts in the a 'end. meeting the' Indiana tankmen
sprint events with a group of fast in their first Conference meet of ;
mlen topped by Eddie Tolan, holder the season tonight at :Blooming-.
of the National Inteitcollegite rec- ton and then returning to Detroit r-
ard for the :1Q1-yard dash. Camp - where they will compete in the M.
bell, -Smith, Davis, and ;Clap-n an- A. A. U. chamnpioniship swimming
will also ru-n in the sprints. . meet Saturday night. :
Seymour Twins Back. ,..: f rte:-.r The Wolverines are expecting to,
The Seymour twins, in their l?.s havec little trouble in defeating the s
yea-r of competition are favored : Hoosiers although the uncovering 1
take the honors in :the.;quarter ,mile of some dangerous sophomore ma-
with Reed, Cook, and Russell also .'. -- terial at Bloomington has put the t
doing that distance. Colby, Chase, meet in a more serious light. On ly~
i~cLaughlin, and Muellei -are .half 1o akr four veterans returned to the IHoo
imile men. Star Wolverine freestyle - artist sier txnk squad this year.
SWolfe, D'Anna. Kennedy, Benson, who will compete in-~ the 50 and 100- Walker Is Favored.t{
and Feustel, members of last sea- ' adfesyecvnsadi h e Walker, who will compete in both
son's cross country squad are work- (yaais ninatngt the 100 and the 50 yard free style r ';I
ing out in the oneomile event., events, may run into some still
'Wolfe, a sophomore, Is .expected to I ccmuetitlo-n in the person of' Hud-
develop into a winning -miler. The Grapplin T eamx] Leaves soan, .a Hoosier sophomore who.1
.."two-mile will also -be ru-n -y two fo1l oih crowded out his veteran teammates
of last year's hill-a-nd-Bale-rs, Fitz- fo olumbusToih! to ,take high scoring honors in .a.. dsaat PssFoo
gibbons and Austin. meet over Evanston Y. M. C. A. As Jae& Fauntzo
Lack Hrdlers.Etriiga855onhtfr Hudson's tim-ei-n these events,( National low board diving and.
only two -men,.-Potter -and Wood, jColumrbus where they will meet however, make it appear likely that baktrk.capon howl
have shown promise in the high .Ohio State tomorrow in the first~ bot-h Reif and Hobley, who will'I
[and low hurd-les. Felker and Evans' meet of the 1130 Conference sea-. team with Walker in the .50 and I opet nteA .U wmig
are working on the high jump, with ' 100 yard clashes.respectively, will- meet in Detroit tomorrow night.
Dougal and Pottle pole vaulting. soin, Coach Cliff Keen's grapplers ns i u fscn place in
Dahlem, of football fame, Chap- will se'; out to remove the fist ob- these races. The time of t-he In- Volley Ba l'Title Won'
man, and Crawford :are working for ' tacie iii their path to a second Big I diana captain, Norman Hammer, in1
the broad jump position. In t-he ' Nine title. I the backstroke also indicates that DY Z#anof' s Engineers
hammer throw the Wolverines have Nine men in addition to Coach the two Wolverine swimmers enter-.,-
Campbell and Patten. Farrell -el"IKe will be taken on the trip with ed in this event, Valentine .and Junior Engineers captained by
assured of points for his team -i.n Captain Hewitt, Aldinger, Woodard, 1 Warner, shiould take the first two, Louis Zanoff won the inter-class
the discus throwing with Saunder-)I Kelly, Parker, Steinke, Stoddard, aplaces with little difficulty, !volley ball championship last nightE
son and Brooks in that evgent. These Benz, ancr either Reif or Heim in Ladd Swims 440.;bydfanglthin Ltsntw
tw~o tossers finished seeiand and I the post of utility man chosen to :Ladd, a sophomore, and McCaf- bydfatn h FohLtsi w
thir:d in the ;Conference -iWet last 1 go. In this group are but threel free will represent the Maime and straight games, 15-6; 15-2. As a
year for the -Wlverines. I lettermen, Hewitt, Kelly, and Par- j Blue in the 440 yard swim against= result of this victory Zainoff's ta1
___________________________ker,; but from form displayed on I two Hoosiers whom Coach Thomp-i now leads the class teams in points
th ----- ~ --- e rebetoEateareiofthem-ewso-n has not as yet .picked. earned :towards the .all-.year trophy.f
"B" Teamale tPlayicareof tem.- Goldsmith and Stalin, another
"B eam laying umers 1~ selves i the best of competition. sophomore on the Michigan squad,1 The ,points:..17
PenclellA-20, This will make the second long 1will have as their chief wiorry in the Juiior Engineers taof ?
i 3, , Y-W6 trip t-wri,.ch the Wolverines have 200 yard'bes toe h eea Seniar Lits (Kaufman) ......150 '
I Fals-17 i made in less than a week andI Wright who has been perform ing Soph. Lits (May) ........... .101
Tyler--23. Coach* Keen fears that the travel- in a creditable manner this year. Junior Lits (Goldman).......10.0{
H ol -12 iFro sh L its (C ohen) . . . . . .83
Iiolc-12. ~~ing may do his men harm., although #The Indiana swimmers are strong- Jno is(ukn...
Lytell-24, the trip east did not seem to im-1 est in diving with Bonet Thayer Senior Dets (Mss) ..........67:
W'elstein-2- pail their effectiveness, their outstanding performer and Sno et Ms)6'
All of the men going on the trip Jack Hansen, who will also be aJno et Clis....6
Justicpe . .-are in the best of condition at pres-] dangerous opponent for the Wol- F rosh Lits (Levine)..... 55 1
Coome--. et ad Coch eenfees tht-tey I bThe players on the victoriou7-
Come9JctennCahKenfestatthe5.Y verines. Walaitis and Raike will
Jen~t-i will be able to give a good display 'carry 'the burden of thae diving te am were Davidson, Harth, Tusch
-- of how to wrestle in this meet. (otneonPe:7'Griggs, Dybvig, Bullard, Zanoff.

II Intratmural''Nows.
Psi Upsilion, 24; Pi Kappa Alpha,. silion, 3.
0, Sigmna Phi, 8; Alp-ha Chi Rho, 4.
Phi Alpha Delta, 13; Phi Mu Del-, Phi Delta Theta, 14: Tau Epsilon
ta, 11. ! Phi, 11.
Zeta. Beta Tau, 25: Tau Delta Phi i Delta :Sigma Delta, .12; Acacia, 8.
4. ;Phi Sigma Delta, 9; Alpha Phi
Chi Psi. 19; Theta Kappa Nu, 16. 'Alpha, 7.
Xi Psi Phi, 21; Delta Phi, 4._______________

Delta Upsilon, 12; Phi Beta Del-'
Trigon, 22; Tau Kappa Epsilon', 11.; April 12-Cincinnati at Cincin-
Phi Chi, 36; Delta Alpha Epsil-E nati, Ohio.
on. 3. April 14, 15-Va zderliilt at Nash-
Phi Rho Sigma, 11; Sigma Chi, 6.! ville., Tenn.
Phi Kappa Psi, 2 Delta Sigmal April 16, 17-Georgia at Athens,
Phi, G. Georgia.
Theta Chnl, 21;, n Sigmna Nu, 5. April 18, 19--U. S. Ifantry
Phi Kappa Sigma, 25; Phi Kap-I School, Columbus, Ga.
p a . S9 E W F R KI d c a i n s t a
Alpha Kappa Lambda, 2; Sigma NEOK Idctosta
Phi Epsilon, 0. [athletic authorities at Notre -Dame
Alpha Sigma Phi, 28; Pi Lamb- and the United States Military
da Phi, 2.( Academy ,aref -considering shifting
Chi Phi, 19; Sigma Alpha Epsil-; the annual football classic between
Alpha Kappa Kappa, 20; Kappa1tetoshlsosmeteriy
Delta Rho, ], than New York, have recently been
Sigma Nu, 12; Delta Kappa Ep-' heard.





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