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TEAMIS EDICRETODAY'S GAMES
Yea'jinig Cinder Squad Is Strohg
in Hurdles; Broad Jump,
and Sprihts. Bowling
4:00-Beta Sigma Psi vs. Sigma
EGLESTON TIES' RECORD Alpha Epsilon.
7:00--Theta X1 vs. Phi Cli.-
I8:30-Delta Tan Delta vs. Sigma
Although for all around strength 3 PaD.S
the yearling track squad this year Basketball
is no match for the team which 4:15-Phi Mu Delta 'A' vs. Sigma
Coach Hoyt put out last season, P '.
there are several men on it who Kphi Alpha Delta 'A' vs. Pi
have prospects of developing into 7:00-Zeta. Beta Tau 'B' vs. Chi
first rate trackmen. Week in the j- Psi 'B.'
middle distances, pole vault and Delta Alpha Epsilon 'B' vs.
high jump the 1933 contribution Theta Chi 'B'
- ITheta Xi' B' vs. Sigma Al-
to Michigan cinder path hopes is pha Mu 'B'
especially strong in the hurdles, Sigma Zeta 'B' vs. Lambda
broad jump, and sprints. Chi Alpha 'B'
Egleston, Hyde Park High pro- 7:40-Phi Beta Delta 'B' vs. Del-
duct and Illinois Interscholastic ta Sigma Phi 'B.' --
champion, has tied the freshmen Phi Kappa Psi 'B' vs. Phi
field house record in the 65. yard Kappa B' -.-
high hurdles. with a time of 8:8 Phi Kappa Sigma 'B' vs.
and is at present the outstanding Alpha Sigma Phi 'B.'
performer in this event. DeBakez,
from Muskegon, however hasF
shown that he is. a natural hurdler FRENCH NE T STAR
and Coach -;Hoyt expects him to; PLANS COMEBACK
give a good account of himse in
Conference competition on the (Continued From
Varsity squad. Don Haefele of . Page 6)
Lakewood, Ohio, is another hurdler gain his international proiinence.
who has cought the coach's eye ,:With Lacoste and Cochet once
in practice drills. more leading the way for French
Hitt is Good Sprinter. defense forces the task forces the1
Hitt. one of the outstanding ath- defense forces the task of the
letes on the 1933 squad has turned United States and other challeng-
in times of 5:6 for the 50 yard dash, ing forces becomes greatly increas-
and is the kind of a sprinter that; ed in matter of difficulty. Tilden
the Michigan coaches like. Tall and also points out that the French are
woringhard on new doubles com-
powerful the Urbana, Ohio, fresh- In
-binations.
man looks like potential Varsity nts
material. ' The duo of Cochet and Borotra
From a point of diversity of I which wvent down in defeat before
events, Ecknovitch of Detroit is I the spectacular play of Allison and
probablf the- outstanding man of |Van Ryn, American youngsters, has3
the squad. He performs in the low I been scrapped, it is indicated. Three
hurdles, broad jump, high jump, Inew teams are contemplated whichj

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4r 1 minutes of a possible 720, dur-
ing the 12 game schedule of 1929.

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Sigma Chi 'B' vs. Beta (Continied From Page 6) -
Theta Pi B. Wolverine contingent from the
8:20-Trignon 'B' vs. Delta Upsi- lgi
Ion 'B.' foul line. Agast Indiana and
Alpha Delta Phi 'B' vs. F = "Minnesota he sank eight free}
Delta Chi 'B. throws without a miss. Captain
Sigma PhiEpsilon 'B' v Chapman is close behind him I
with five out of six dropping
Alpha Psi Delta 'B' vs. Al- through the meshes."M
pha Chi Sigma 'B.' . th
9:00-Kappa Nu B Vs. Pm Sg- Although their starting i.e-up W
ma appa B.' averaged a little better than six
Phi Mu Alpha , ' vs. Kp-et the Gophers could make lit-
pa Sigma 'B.''v- tle use of their elevation. Nor-
Kappa Delta Rho '.' gaard and Bondy both measured ICo
Ke R 'six feet three, but this was no
Tau Epsilon Phi 'B' vs. Del- i i criterion of their ability. Bondy ma
ta Kappa Epsilon 'B.' was high scorer for Minnesota Di
9:40-Chinese Club (Yuen) v . against Ohio State, but he wasDi
Larry's (Butler). limited to a single free throw on
Chi Phi 'A' vs. Phi Delta Monday night, before he retired on H
- 'personals.
Alpha Kappa Kapm 'A' vs. French tennis star, who will at-!
Phi Lambda Kappa 'A.' tempt a coieback this year as the Hank Weiss brought memo-
Phi Epsilon Kam _va 'A' vs. mainstay of the French team in its rics of Danny Rose with his}
Phi Sigma Delta 'A.' struggle to retain the Davis Cup. rapid dribbling and elusive
. , He defeated Bill Johnston and Bill } floor work. His speed and
lvans' to e 11 ; Tilden last fall to enable his team dribbling should prove an- asset'
to walk away with ,the coveted to the Maize and glue in0tet
Intratuial lManager trophy. against any opponent. He is
- inferior to Rose. howo'ver, in
The Intramural office has just Illi ois to Erect New his defensive ability. P)
received word from the athletic f
board of the appointment of Mil" Ice-Rink forStudents Just as in football, Michigan v
.seems to have a jinx on the Goph-:
ton D. Klivans, '31, as Senior Intr-(c toT e ers in the cage sport too. Not
mural Manager. Klivans hails from } CHAMPAIGN Ill Jan. 27- Foot- since 1926 has a Minnesota quintet
Youngstown, Ohio. He has been .. i.beaten the Wolverines on the hard-!M
ball at the University of Illinois in wood. In the second- encounter
o the pastafff theyear entdur 1928 earned $304,261 but after de- between the teams in that season,I
that time has helped organize and fcits i other sports and general the Norsemen scored a 28-17 vie- 31
operating expenses were made, the tory.
run off many of the leagues andl Illini had $134,509 left, which went
tournaments which are handleinto a est-egg for an intramural
through the department. This falh ice-rink.
he was in charge of the Speedball This rink, which will probably!
championships and during the pai cost $300,000, will be erected for the }
month has been handling basket- recreation of men and women stu-
bal1. dents. g

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and quarter mile. Last spring., in
the invitational.. interscholastic
meet here Ecknovick won the low
hurdle race.
Weight Division is Weak. ,
In the weight division of the
squad Tannis of Holland, Michi-
gan, looks to be the best prospect
at present. He has put the shot 40i
feet 8 inches in practice, and ini
high school he has a record of 130
feet for the discus. Other men who
have ability in the weight events
are Damm and Cox.
Jackson of the yearling squad
won the broad' jump event in the
interscholastic here last -spring
with a leap of 21 feet, 7 1-2 inches.'
4 , sophomore transfer from Hope
College, Willit is looked upon as a
good prospect in, the broad jump,
but as. yet he has been unable to
report, but will get out after the
examination.
Northwestern Hurlers
Begin Indoor PracticeI
(Soecial to The Daily)
EVANSTON, Ill., Jan. 28-Indoor
baseball practice for batterymen#
was started by Coach Paul Stewart
at Northwestern university this
week. A dozen pitchers and catch-
ers reported for work which will be
conducted daily. Capt. Shorty Ro-I
jan, star catcher, headed the list
of backstops. Others include Jim-
nie Evans and Al Manteuffel, both

will include Cochet and Jacques
Brugnon, Lacoste and Jean Boro-
tra, and Christian Brossus and
Rene Debuzelet.
Incidentally Tildefi asserted thatI
I he wished to emphatically clear up1
the general misconception as to his
status ,,as a Davis Cup competitor.
The American champion insists his{
days of Cup caripaigning are a!
thing of the past and that he does
not wish to be included among the
I list of Davis Cup candidates.

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Varsity Cagers Drill
for Chicago Encounter
f(Continued From Page 6)
players milling around looking for
an opening.
Bad passes on the part of the in-I
vaders gave the ball to Coach Veen-
ker's men time and again, but after
they had rushed it down the floor
for the shot, the old fault of in-
accuracy would strike them and
they would mis the try.
During the first week of examin-
ations the basketball team will hold
only three practices, but starting
with the second week the regular
schedule of work every day will be
put into effect again. Starting on
February 22 the Varsity is sched-
uled to play four games over a ten
day period and Coach Veenker in-
tends ..taking no chances .on his,
men getting out of condition. To!
gain a possible tie for the Confer-
ence title Michigan must win all

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