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Track Records Lowered i dIU VL Three Wolverines 'Are
byFreshmenThincladsi']I" Imr .Favored in Mat Meet
lMS Charlie Hoyt, freshman track (Continued From Page 6)
me'rW"keUg n eeon!-standing this season. Stepson of
j Ifttramx ral News
Mr. A. Mitchell Parness, who as-
sisted Mr. Whitehead in conduct-
ing the Vanderbilt studio in 1928
Rot Defends Title in 300 Yard
Event and Warne in
NEW MEXICO SENDS MEN
With eighty-four universities,
colleges, and high schools repre-
sented a total of 945 men will go
into action in the trials of the Il-
linois relays tonight. The Wolver-
ine squad will include Tolan in thr
75 yard dash, Campbell in the 30(
yard dash, Pottle and Brooks in th(
pole vault and the shot put anc'
two relay teams.
l:Maize and Blue hopes are pin-
ned to the quarter milers of Dale
Seymour, -Mosser, Mueller and Rus-
sell as a mile relay entry. The re-
mainder of the Michigaji squad be-
ing a medley relay combination of
Dalton Seymour running the 440,
McLaughlin in the 880, D'Anna in
the three quarters and Wolfe in
Coach Lawson Robertson of the
University of Pennsylvania is send-
ing a four mile relay team made
up of Gan, Montgomery, McNiff
and Ritchie. The Quakers will also
have entries in the all-around and
in the broad Jump and the 75 yard
dash. Jim Bausch, the sensational
sophomore from the University of
Kansas will heave the shot. Re-
cently he captured the Big Six title
with a toss of 48 feet 7 inches. The
entries traveling the longest dis-
tance include those teams from the
University of Texas and the Uni-
versity of New Mexico.
Among those favored to win hon-
- - - - -- - - - -Wisconsi, auii 01 III1,
ture telegraphic meets and the ______
Wn arle o iodrI TCK ivon f headbasketballhasponsipal is now on the camp
other focused on potential candi- Competition Is Expectd to be shaw of Indiana, and Woodard TACK visions and the championshi fers instruction in
dtesin the discus andaeln. CKepetner Tis Expectd ta of Michigan are the grapplers fa- In the first track meet for inde- games in these classes will be run : contract bridge. 1513
dates n the discus and javelm Keener This Year Than vored to fight it out for the 138 pendent teams that the Intramural off during the open hous. All versity. 3666.
Interscholastic activities will hod Eer Before. pound title if Morrison does not department of the University ever campus tournaments in several ME- wn- ng--- f
he center of interest in the Yost sponsored, the Maroons ran up a sports will also be held at this time ENwanting jobs fo
enter. total of 35 points to beat out the with provisions for seating crowds mer apply for in
field house this week, no telegraph- NORTHWESTERN STRONG At 148 pounds Hall of Ohio State Rokets and the Buckeyes for the as has never before been done here. Michigan Union,
ic meet having been scheduled for'--- is conceded the best chance to take team champioiship. The latter A number of exhibitions will be Hours 10 a. m. to 6 p.
the yearling thinclads because of While Varsity athletes invade for- the crown home, but he will have two teams scored 32 1-2 and 20 1-2 given by teams secured from out- PIANO TUNING -
i .. eign fields in quest of Conference a tsrrific battle on his hands topoOint3 re pic.<tively. side as well as by several Varsity Victor Alm( ninger,
this annual vitational affair and mid-west championships the fight his way through a field of " amy. squa d members. The only port conert' t
Several of the freshmen under sdmdws hminhp h to poet Gria, ani~... a ocr ritt
se ervson areshn n campus sporting light for the week strong opponents. Garrigan, Sht put: 1- Berkowitz (M); 2- which will be held outside of ihe at residence, 1608 M
Uoyt's supervision are showing lipNorthwestern, Dyer of Chicago, Ackershaek (B); 3-Ryb (B). intram.ural building will be the
end will be turned on -he annual and Benz of Michigan have all ip -n
exceptionally well. The main indoor interscholastic track meet, piled up records this year which ()igh jump: 1-Loetz (R) and ic1eyn championship match be -
stronghold is in the quarter and the preliminaries getting underway deserve them consideration in Sile (R);t: -A'.Jel (M); tnadiens in the Coliseum thmLe RDt SERV
half mile, and high hurdles. The at 7:00 o'clock this evening while pro-meet predictions. 2-Mahlke (M). The following is a list of events: makes of radios
need of men for discus and javelin the preliminaries are scheduled for A Michigan man, Otto Kelly, Broad jump: 1-Silber (R); 2- 7:00 All Campus Wrestling Cham- STIMPSON RADIO
. should, by all the rules of past per- O'Niel (M); 3-Ackershaek (B). pionships in Wrestling Room (Con-
aheg ps btie. Comin Heye 2:th Yold ouse. formances cop the 158 pound crown.| High hurdles: 1-Loetz (R); 2- tinuous until 10:30 p. m.) Dial 21408 521
at the present time. Coming tole- the Yost Field House. However, with such men as Tiffany Eastwood (M); 3-Laden (M). 7:00 Faculty Tennis Champion-
graphic meets demand a better Three hundred eighty nine en- of Wisconsin and Tarr of Ohio' Low hurdles: 1-Meldman (M); ship on Court 4. NOTICE
showing in these two events and trants representing 39 schools from State entered in this division the 2-Ackershaek (B); 3-Jacob (M). 7:15 All Campus Fencing Cha- WE BUY USED C
potential candidates are receiving a Michigan, Illinois, Indiana and Woverine will know he has been 60 yard dash: Bradley (R) and oionships in Auxiliary Gym. H. BENJAM
greteal ofatdtestrg Ohio have been entered in the an-:in a fight before Saturday night. Meldman (M) tie; 3-Yetker (B) 7:30 Independent Basketball 215 E. Washington
Sgreat deal of attention. nual event, and from the team and Ray Parker, another protege of and Boyle (R) tie. Championship on Court 1.
Freshman record time in the 440 'individual records which the com- Cliff Keen, is outstanding in the! 440 yard dash: 1-Bradley (R); 7:30 Class Basketball Champion-
was lowered from :51.8 to :51.7 by petitors bring to Ann Arbor the next heavier weight, but to come 2-Richards (B); 3-Eastwood (M). ship on Court 2 (Junior Engrs. vs. Brunswick, Columbiaz
C. Eknovich, who is the outstand- competition should be the fastest through to the finals he will have 880 yards: Carpenter (B); 2-Ryb i Junior Dents). ularly 75c now 50c,3
ing ,performer in this event and since the inception of the annual to defeat such matmen as Captain (B). 7:30 Volleyball on Court 3 (Ann portion of our regula
the half mile. The record time for event in 1923. Mathais, Wisconsin; Crane of Illi- I Mile run: 1-Leiter (R); 2-Lad- Arbor, Y. M. C. A. vs. Univ. of Mich. at low figures. YO
the half mile by freshman on the Detroit Northwestern, coming nois, and G. Bellshaw of Indiana. en (M); 3-Olmstead (B). Chinese Club. ITE may be amongi
Yost field house track formerly with her impressive win in the De- An Olympic wrestler, Scott, of1 7:30 Novice Squash Tournament in early.
stood at 2:01.2. Eknovich recently troit meet last Saturday, is stamp- Indiana, is entered in the 178 BASKETBALL in Squash Courts. UNIVERSITY MUS
ran the distance in. the record ed as a favorite to retain the team pound class, but Al Steinke by vir- Xi Psi Phi advanced to the semi- 7:30 Novice Handball Tourna- Cor. William at N
breaking time of 2:00.6. i honors gained in last year's events. tue of a splendid showing against finals of class "A" basketball tour- ment in Handball Courts.
In the 65 yard high hurdles, the However, Froebel of Gary, Ind., and both Scott and Hammer of Wis- nament by defeating Phi Rho Sig- i 7:45 All Campus Boxing Semi- TYPING-Theses a sp
record time as set up last year in I Toledo Scott are conceded excellent ,consin is conceded an outside ma, 12 to 5. This game further finals in Boxing Room (Continuous rates. M. V. Hartsu
I freshman competition was :8 8 chances to remove the Colts from. Swensen, Wisconsin; Burdick, Il- proved to the followers of Intra- until 10:30 p. m.)
This time has been tied by :. the virtual monopoly Detroit has linois; Auer, Michigan; Farrall, Oh mural sports that the Zips have a 8:15 Diving Exhibitions and Wa-
Tglstn as D.en Haedeye held over the annual team high linois; Auer, Michigan; Farrall fine chance of getting into the fin- ter Polo Game in Swimming Pool FOR SAL
E t d . Hthis point laurels. Ohio State; and Saunderby of Chi- als. Their next barrier is Trigon, (Varsity Swimming Squad).
year. Egleston went the record While these two teams will fea- Icago are the chief contenders in whom they meet Monday night. 8:15 Gymnastic Exhibitions by FOR ALE-Cohlection
one better and chopped two-tenths ture the race for the combine tro- the heavyweight division. Overcoming the early lead of Phi Gymnastic Team in Auxiliary Gym. Postage, also collec
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f " """"'""""°" "_: fu ZU;LU11 IliG lLSUJaiphies in almost every event t ne ex- -
ors for their schools stands Root of :8.6 for future yearlings to aim at. isting records will stand in immi- Fit
the Maroons, who will defend his Predictions for the furnishing of vent danger of being shattered. In
title in the 300 yard event, and Ev- varsity material by coach Hoyt's several events, the high jump, the for
ere t Utterback of the University proteges are "fair and warmer," pole vault, the 880, the shot put,
the pole vault should see some backed by these new official times and in the low hurdle events the
of the - keenest competition with that freshman set up this season. chances for a title seem a virtual the me
Tomhy Warne, of Northwestern, I certainty. be ente
defending his word's record estab- any Teams Entered A new figure comes out of De- dition o
liscd last year against Canby of troit this year to claim individual defendi
Ios who holds the Big Ten record in Patten Gym Event high point honors. Willis Ward, a ship in
of 3 feet 7 1-2 inches and Mc- d slim Northwestern negro whose In th
o3 f 7l-linos.The Iowa milewas (Continued From Page 6) previous performances here at Ann Valenti
relay team, winner in six of the was Pekin high school of Pekin, I Arbor never have been of a sensa- Goldsm
last eight races, will be a favorite I tional order, is in the first rank of icy free
w iht fast combination built Froebel high school of Gary, Ind.,' the individual stars who bid for the western
around Hubbard, Depping and Fer- winner of. the track meet a year 'position formerly claimed by ,such standin
guson. Edward Gordon, the Hawk- ago, will enter another strong team stars as Tolan and Turaschoff of pionshi
eye broadjumper, is also expected to in defense of its title. -Highland Cass, Ross of Northwestern, and pionshi
show fine form. He won the na- Park high of Detroit, Mich., win- Beatty and Snowden of Northeast- the Wi
tional championship crown last ner of ,the swimming meet, will be erd.
year. unable to enter due to a ruling of pp the whethe
the betroit high school association Ord last Saturday in winning the wndt
B~xig B uts Attactwhich prohibits the teams to com- high. jump of 6 feet, 4 1-4 inches round t
Boxing Bouts Attract pt prtsiethe tate.m m besides winning the two hurdle er. to re
Big Crowds at Madison All of the Chicago high schools numbers. son
N will enter teams in the three sports.
(Continued From Page 6) Last year Cook county schools were
garbing the benefits of boxing and represented by seventeen track
for that reason has sought in every teams; nine swimming teams and
way to popularize the leather push- eight wrestling teams. pkd
ing game here. To this end,*he has Ao;tetaswihpce
increase revenues from the sale of tip points last year and who will be
tournament tickets. Popular prices back ngain are: Shorewood high WTAG N E R
--25 cents for the semi-final and 50 1of Milwaukee; Waukegan, Ill., high V IL - .-J %
cents for final night ticets- will school; Scott high, Toledo; Wash-
again prevail. I ing high of Milwaukee; Sand E IG H T
Last year and the year before, Springs, Okla.; Fort Dodge, Iowa;
Ksappa, Delta upsilon managed to
en Tank enLeave;1keep out in front and win by a
1to 8 count. This victory places
Weet at Evanston I them in the finals, and gives them
an excellent chance of winning the
(Continued From Page 6) fraternity class "B" championship.
!n swimming in the 220 will
red in the 440 with the ad- OPEN HOUSE
of MacDonald. Ault will be Plans have been completed for
ng his Big Ten champion- the second annual open house at
this event. the'intramural building on March
e final medley relay event, 19. The program will include sports
ne will swim back stroke, of all kinds which are being spon-
ith breast stroke, and Hub- sored by the intramural department
style. Michigan and North- in its every day program during the
are considered the out- winter and spring seasons.
g participants in the chain- The event will mark the conclu-
p assemblage. According to
ons it is a tossup whether
ldcats' individual stars will
em through on top, or
x the Wolverines' fast all-
eam possesses enough pow-'
th ir %i of l.Ican
c r. im er townsbey, i U v
8:30 Fraternity Class "B" Basket-
ball Championship in Court 2 (Sig-
ma Pi vs. Delta Upsilon)
8:301 Fraternity Class "A" Bas-
ketball #Championship in Court 1.
8:30 All Campus Indoor Tennis
Championship on Court 3.
8:30 Handball Exhibition Match-
es in Handball Courts (Tcledo, Y,
M. C. A. vs. Univ. of Mich.)
8:30 Squash Exhibition Matches
in Squash Courts (Univ. Club of
Detroit vs. Univ. of Mich. Faculty).
10:00 Hockey Championship in
Coliseum (Theta Chi vs. Les Cana-
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peat er wn o ast sea
the tournament was held in the
gymnasium. Two years ago the
linited quarters on the third floor
sufficed to accommodate the croWd.
Last year, using the main floor of
the gymnasium, 500 persons were
turned away each night. This year's
tournament will be held at the
stool pavilion where, by the use of
chairs, 4,000 seats will be available,
every one of which will give 'a first
rate view of the ring.y
There wil1 be'at least 45 rounds'
of boxing each night, with the pro-
bability that close to 60 rounds will
be fought in the first night's pro-
Whiting, Ind.; Lostant, Ili:; andi
NOTRE ,DAME, Ind.- Uniforms
were issued to 225 footfall candi-
dates who will start to work out un-
der the direction of Coach Hunk
Anderson pending the return of'
Coach Rockne from Florida. about
nuet, national handball champion
who h recently been exhibiting i
his skil in Detroit is considered 'by#
experts to be one of the greatest
handball players of all time.
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