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s rATURAY, MARgfl15, 11930 _ __ _THE M IC H IG ANlid ALY
-'SWIMMING MEET CONLMIHGNTA MN
SPAIntamuCAGE ACES ___ TONIHT VIE AT ITH ACA INDtOORMEET
TAME T E ITORK I races withrasewyear's ~ch ampyiv ios] neof the oldest of all sport L v- vt te i, whose yeaso idr
Also meet Michigaitensian Team INDEPENDENT LEAGUE. will race Tuesday night' atth ing defending their BgTenilrnldigfotalitlonpth epeeneslot.ac
Fiel hose a 7:0. he ears wll ;wil barenewed next Saturday, those of Michigan's Steve Farrell,
in AAnalnaskabalBBaplcinttbrdln hByrakplacinousga 7:0.ihedeamnwiltMceianha-,twktile oldrs n- arhn2,hwen ichganandCorlhs asemledarsronetem aiA
DobeHae.fmeteBceecpanc y~run all at one time, drawings be- Mtrhr2,cw.n McobgnWalker is thembld championem a1teMr.A
T~ouble-Header;I meCarpthScer, ca taneaders ..in ee.'oFourteenhechmponeo'amsignentedthelanes. for the 40 yard free style event and nell meet in their nineteenth an- I thaca. As usual, the Red team is sisted
race SRNG LIE for Independent team honors, this year. Phi KappaMaz'M Sigma, lastI Garnet Ault, captain of the M Iena nortakme tIhcsin nteso uadM~- igt
Inaditionto teit the y yt t earswnes aldt lc and BleN.ad olsthYecr igan will have to be at her best to j is no
~That mighty monarch of the have accumulated in pvolley ball teams on the, tr akthis year.ea tf uQu ad od the record I1 sTie Wolverines have emerged get better than third. Levy has fer
able maoe h Sot tffta n rckwheywiktll dd cone- BASKETBALL. grc r h a victorious in all bu four of the done 48 feet, and Schoenfeld, a ivesit
agegame theSpor Staf t abloewenbseblli on-The Rockets, last year'v mdc The cutstancing a ttedy L n aetnsvnspooe em ula
Of the .Michigan Daily, will open ed. pn hmincniud .-shoQuld be le'160yard relay event. j omrmes n aewnsvnsohmrsesflya odaTN
hentdbhampandstheorelaysdtheirEalinti asnheWldt in a row now, Cornell's last victory Brooks, Michigan's hope. I STN
and close its home season at 10:15 Bowling, hnalanthrey winning streak when they defeat- !pve e e ol~ e~dfrIbeing chalked up in 1922. The firsts The 880-yard run is aohrFrt
1 0Gt hi ornitentbgtenetcoptiin otheheIMctiandrsn afashgae s ditane;and ~few vwees later time the two schools clashed in Iplace which will find Cornell boast-
o'clck th nng cont wea-t independent teams, and should the, by the score of 17-14. This places in the Rbi thwst'er-MVic'igan meet their indoor track competition was ing great strength. Elmer has beenI
mua~uldn orswe !tBuckeyes come through and win the Rckets in the finals against the Wia~overine trelay ta~ lWr~ a aki 92we the Wo-'ner20eonitnlyadm
clashes in a double header with the any of these events, they stand-1,a Kansas City. this mktotethwrltIt verines rolled up a wn which reached 1:57, whle Capt. Treman is -
I~dtoralteam of The Daily and good chance of becoming the fithrrcoes
alI' ea" ham anay Ohrr Scthe: fast ePurplete presaged the result of coing com-'also a 2:00 man. It will be rough MORTG
th ihgnninoti.independentfi.all-pot e arts'h'eam Io Kansas City, 2; Pole Gatz, 0. TilCe eistinig Conferenice record j bats. going for McLaughlin and Chase'6 tti ar oe
thoihgnensa o tfimotpwe O;nly oe itsprtsthled Iowa, 2; Ohio State, 0. sins't11. n hudb rk Cornell seems, from all indica- againstti ar
Boastinganone7ofNthehmostepower-. ersnfromithe twotteagstthatasare:Michigane27; Northwestern, t4.ueneeCsilylinalooightros classic.ttiossthreadyetofnrisetupnandotrouncehCornell'ralso#appparsstoohaveeaa 4356.
Jul aggregations that has ever rep- : tied for second, Chinese students,j Chicago, 14; Wisconsin, 1. After returning fromn this annualI the Maize and Blue in Coach Steve definite edge in the pole vault and Bus
resented it in its 28 years of se captained by Chan, and Maroons, Rocketts, 17; Michiganders, 14. event, the s immners will pirepare Farrel's last year as Michigan high jump with Colyer clearing 13 Bularl
cessful competition against the captained by L. Meldman. A sum - for their last home meet of the yearI coach. The Big Red team handed' feet and Wickham consistent above portic
maryBofkhes tamsfo.os PHLAEPHA-olmba n which will be against Wisconsin on Yale a decisive beating last Satur-' 6 feet. Pottle and Felker respec-
h cys(apenter).....101I versity won the eastern intercol- next Saturday, March 22: The Wol- day after Tieing wt Pennsylvania } ively, are the best bets for Xichi- atE iv
go n te hrdwodfavrits t Cinee Sudets(Chn)....00legiate basketball title by defeat- verinles are considered far .too in the eastern indoor intercolleg-I gan. Tolan, Campbell and Smyth i a
Stop bth of its opponents in mas-Maon (Meldxnan)...... ...100 ing the University of Pennsylvania, ' strong for the Badgers and should ate meet. should have things pretty much nIa
ierly fashion. Woveies"c rrl)..... defending chamin 29 to 23. take the meet handily. Coach Moakley, a white-haired their own way in the 75 ard dash.1
<Olympics (Steinberg) ......... 74'__ - - '"--"- ____ --- ~---- -Co
S ls "W rew o s ou ofBls-P sor61- - Despite the absence of "Big Iil'(ato) . . . . . . .6 -TYPINC -
,Sls"Wrewoi u fW. D. 's (Hens)...........01 ]~~'Tes.
town, the sportsters will present a Rockets (Silier)............. 60X rts
-z.rii' n 'iv,1 ,frvnnt whin+ th vAApv1UVV cunt nn' L' ILJ JI.I B nrv._s( "..t . .. .4

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to master their weaker opponents. Suckers ".(Redniss) ........... 48
,Waic-Chic" Kaufman, "Bald Eag- Yazoos (Binzer).............. 48
le Russell, "Twq Gun" Stewart,J Actuaries (Friedman)......... 35
"Spider" F~ullerton, "BRoop-a-doop" ' FRATERNITY' RELAYS.
S8wanson, "Cookie" Kennedy, and Phi Kappa Psi placed first in the
"Clap H~ands" Townsend are only a Fraternity' Relays, running the half
few of the many Sports aces, mile in 1:39 2-5 with their quartet
Rumor has it that the Edits team, composed of Hodgson, Cox, Morley,
.has. gone out of its way to sign sev- and Boettler. The second best
eral of the stars of -the professional time was turned in by Phi 'Sigma
cage' world, y'but as it appears at, Kappa, 1:41. Their team.'consisted
presenxt'the Edit lineup will prob-1of 'Lamb, Bell, Humber and" Cooper.
'ably include 'such names as "Fight- Phi 'Beta' Delta, with Benjanlin,
Thg' Frank" Cooper, "Dead Eye" Blumfeld, Freyberg and KronfeldI
Williams, "Our Rising" Gentry, turned in a 1:41 1-5. Theta Chi,
"Ro ghhouse" Sloss, "Hurry-Up" leaders in 'the inter-fra.ternity all f'
M~er y, "The Wild" Wilds, "Husky j yearT conipet tion, managed to get'
HIarold" Warren,' "1idern" Rein- into .the finals? by placing fourth
'dell, and "Cunning Carl" Forsythe: with 'a 1 :44 1-5.. These four teams1

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