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THE. IVi I C I-I I, G A.N

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THE MICI-IIGAN DAILY

INTRAMURAL

OPEN

HOUSE

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FENCERS CLASH
TONIGHT IN OPEN L
HOUSEPROGRAM Time
7:00
Campus Swordsmen to Compete

...Open House Program. .

Event

in All Three Weapons
in Auxiliary Gym.

Twenty competitors have enter-
ed the all-campus fencing meet to
be held under the direction of the
Intramural department at 7:15 to-
night in the small gymnasium of
the Intramural building. The num-
ber of entries and the fact that all
of them have been practicing with
the Varsity or freshman squad all
season is expected to make the meet
one of the most interesting and
closely contested since the inaugu-
ration of this annual affair. g
The policy has been changed
considerably this year because of

T:00
7:15
7:30
7:30
7:30
17:30
17:30
7:45
8:15
8:15

All Campus Wrestling Championships
(Continuous until 10:30 p. in.)
Faculty Tennis Championship
(Perkins vs. Nyswander)
All Campus Fencing Championships
Independent Basketball Championship
(Rockets vs. Kansas City)
Class Basketball Championship
(Junior Engrs. vs. Junior Dents.)
Volley-Ball
(Ann Arbor, Y. M. C. A. vs. Univ. of Mich
Chinese Club)
NoviceCSquash Tournament
Novice Handball Tournament-
All Campus Boxing Semi-finals
(Continuous until 10:30 p. m.)
Diving Exhibitions and Water Polo Game
(Varsity Swimming Squad)
Gymnastic Exhibitions by Gymnastic Team
(Mr. Elmer Townsley, Waterman Gym.
Instructor)
Fraternity Class 'B' Basketball Championship
(Sigma PI vs. Delta Upsilon)
Fraternity Class 'A' Basketball Championship
(Trigon vs. Alpha Sigma Phi)
All Campus Ihdoor Tennis Championship
(Rollin Clark vs. Sam Sherman)
Faculty Volley-Ball
(Chemistry vs. Army)
Handball Exhibitio nMatches-
(Toledo, Y. M. C. A. vs. Univ. of Mich.)
Squash Exhibition Matches
(Univ. Club of Detroit vs. Univ. of -Mich.
Faculty)
Code-Ball Exhibition
Hockey Championship
(Theta Chi vs. Les Canadiens)

Place
-Wrestling Room
-Court 4
-Auxiliary Gym.

t

Wrestlers to Meet on Open

in Intramural Gym.

Ithe superior ability of the contest-
the mark set last year by the. Wol- ants as well as the increased num-
verines in the Indiana dual meet. bers. The meet will include all
On February 2 of last year the three weapons instead of just the
team coached by Matt Mann low- foils as formerly. In addition to
..omthis an all-round champion in the
eredt the record for the mile to1 three weapons will be picked as well
16:52. The members of this speedy as individual champions in each
aquad were: Walker, Seager. Ault, f weapon.
Walaitis, Hosmer, Reif, Watson, Last year's champion, Lovell, will
Hopke, Goldsmith, Merty, Ladd, not be eligible to defend his crown
Hubbell, Hughes, McCaffree, Din- inasmuch as he has been compet-
kelspeil, McDonald, Snyder and ing in the Varsity meets all season. E
Mercer. All ov these men were The runner up last year, B. Madero,
members of either the Varsity, or has entered the meet and is con-f
Freshman squads, and many of sidered the strongest contender for
them will participate a ain in to- the three weapon championship.
night's trial.a
17 Men to Swim. r
Of the team swimming tonight,
Walker, Walaitis, Smith, Ault, Hos-
mer, Hubley, Ladd and McCaffree
are members of the Wolverine Var-;
sity team. Schmieler, Chase, Mor--
gan, Kennedy, Klintworth, Marcus,
Fenske, Sanborn, and Muigs are on
the yearling team. These first 17 Engleman's Team Must Defeat
men wil swim 100 yards each, with Kansas City to Claim
Boldt or Valentine, both Varsity H
swimmers, finishing up the mile Point Honors.
with a 60 yard sprint. C
This year's Varsity team, a!- Captain Mike Engleman in mak-
though not. the holder of the Con- ing his entry for Independent bas-
ference championship, boasts sev- j ketball teams this year predicted
eral fast sprinters who should aid that his team would repeat its feat
the relay materially in its attempt
to . better the record of 16:52. of last year in winning the title. It-
Walker, Waiaitis, Smith, and Hos- ( was not believed by Intramural of-
mer are members of the Wolverine I ficials that Engleman's Rocketsj
160 yaid relay team that recently would be able to stand the pace of
set a new world's record fcr that this year's competition but they
event in a dual meet with the pow-I
erful Northwestern swimming ag- have provedtobe real champions
gregation. so far and have knocked off one
In addition to the Varsity men, I-team after another.f
Coach Mann is relying on several Kansas City will furnish the
first year men, whom he considers Rockets a fine evening's entertain-
fast enough to swim their centuries ment and if Engleman's crew can,
in record time Following the re- I weather this evening's opposition
lay event, the Maize and Blue: div- they will become the Independent
ers will put on an exhibition. Wa- c h a m p i o n s for the secondj
laitis, Raike, and Grimshaw will consecutive year. In addition to
participate. Walaitis is a veteran fighting for the basketball cham-
Michigan swimmer and has many pionship, the Rockets will be fight-I
victories over Big Ten divers to his ing for a chance to go into the
credit. lead in the all year standings.

BOXING MATCHES
TO BE FEATURE
OF OPEN HOUSE
Semi-Final Bouts of All-Campus
Tournament Will be Held

Court 1 Louser ro ram;w e iii-w eig
in This Afternoon. Starting at 8:00 o'clock tonight,
-Court 2 the semi-finals of the greatest box-
3 WINNERS GET SWEATERS ing show in the history of pugilism
-Court 3!_at Michigan will get under way.
. Weighing in for the all-campus All entrants will weigh in between
-Squash Courts wrestling tournament will start at 3:30 and 4:30 this afternoon and at
3 o'clock this afternoon at the In-
-Handball Courts tramural building and at Water- that time final instructions will be,
-Boxing Room man gym, with the first matches given covering the, final champion-
Pof the meet scheduled to com- ship bouts which will be held Sat-
--Swimming Pool mence at 7:00 o'clock tonight in the d
urday night. A brand of glove
-Auxiliary Gym. Intramural buildi. have signified handling far above the average col-
their intention of entering the lege speed will be displayed during
-Court 2 competition for the numeral sweat- this show. Never before has coach
ers which the Intramural depart- Let Philbin gathered together as
-Court 1 ment is offering to the winners of finished a squad, of punch sliugers
the light weights. In weighing in
for this tournament five pounds as the present aggregation.
_-Court 4over the regular weight is allowed, Matches Sele ted.
-Court 3 making the wrestling weights 120, At a drawing late Tuesday the
-Court 3 130, 140, 150, 160, 170, 180, and un- following matches were arranged
limited..s to make up the semi-final card. Joe
-Handball Courts In the 120 division Bennett, a Oakley will meet Pat McBride, and.
--Suash Courts sophomore, is conceded a good) Bob Custer will fight Jerry Curry
- a o chance to cop the title, while at 130 in the featherweight class. In the
Dalrymple is favored to retain the lightweight division Wayland will
13championship he won last year. meet McElwain in the first bout,
-Coliseum Benz will be unable to compete to and the winner will fight the pres-
defend his win of last year, and ent champion, Joe Woodward, while
Stalker is expected to cop the laur- Nik H t chman lasheS with BFud

TO PLAY FOR TITLES
Alphi Sigma Phi and Trigon to
Meet in Championship
Game Tonight.
TO PLAY CLASS B' FINAL
All that remains of the 1930
basketball race is. the. champion-
ship game tonight between two fine
teams thet have both advanced to
their position in the finals by vir-
tue of all around team play. When
it is realized that these teams were
forced to go through a field of 75
teams which were originally in-
volved in the race, their calibre can
readily be estimated.
Intramural basketball this year
brought out many fine teams and
the competition far exceeded that
of other years The teams squar-
ing off for tonight's fray are
Trigon and Alpha Sigma Phi.
Tr'gon defeated Xi Psi Phi Mon-
dar night by a score of 11 to 7,
while Alpha Sigma Phi was piling
up a 38 to 9 score against Phi Epsi..
ilon Kappa. Trigon was forced to
battle every inch of the way to de-
feat the Zips while Alpha Sig's took
it easy in their encounter.
The outstfanding feature of Alpha
Sig's play during the season has
been their splendid pass work and
it is by this means that they hope
to overcome Trigon. A fast break-
ing, fast passing attack is sure to
prove troublesome to Ttigon. The
teams' probable lineups will be:
Trigon Alpha Sigma Phi
Koch... .RF..... McDonald
Suder........LF.......Renner
Clark .........C........... Shea
Bullard.......RG.......Heston
Dibble.........LG.......Damm
Officials assigned to handle the
game are Lowe, Taliak and Brun-
sting.
In the battle for Class "B" inter-
fraternity basketball honors Sig-
ma Pi will meet Delta Upsilon at
8:30 o'clock on court 2. Delta Upsi-
lon will take the floor a favorite to
carry off the laurels with a strong
combine available for action.
The lineups:
Delta Upsilon Sigma Pi
Stiensna.....RF........ Bovard
Morrison ...... LF.... ....Normai
Bartholomew .. C.... ....Brush
ITwiss .........RG....... Stock
pickerson ..... LG ....... Dahl
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els. I Guthrie, and the two winners of
TOL EDO HANDBALL At 160 pounds three men are out- I this five man elimination will go
PL !standing with Orvill Parker, Al to the finals.
ruSARSPL Y TB. Reif, and. Power all looked upon L
efavdor ta ted zein isJoe Puerner and Kirby will be the
Handball players from the Toledo LTT weight. At 170 pounds Oehman h first match in the welterweight
Y CA will be paired with the d Vic Hem will meet Knapp
Y.R M.[ ' ONHT C.A;il ep ;dwt h outstanding. In the 180 pound di- Iin the second. Middleweight cham-
leading student players on the vision only two men are entered,in the o. islwitchain-
Iwith Jordon and McGarth slated to 4 pion Gilbert Otto is matched with
campus in a series of exhibition Les Canadiens to Defend 1929c attle for the championship. I the winner of the Martzowka-Lapin
matches during the. Open House Title Against Theta Chi In this meet Varsity letter-wtin-bt w s roetefr and
festivities at 8:30 o'clock tonight. ; ners, "AMA"adfeh winners Jakanws r ltd forthe
Earlie t the olo play- in Final Contest. man champions areexcluded from third fight in that division.
Earlier in the year the Toled___play-_Auer Meets. Slater.
ers were here and some fine match- The finest kind of hockey is as- cmpe___n. Auer and Slater will fight to de-
es were played. Otto Berg, a high *sred followers of Intramural 'cide who will meet Bill Hewitt in'
s w r y r ,as r d f lo e s o n r m r l F c lT n a m the. finals of the heavyweight. class.
ranking national player, will be inSports when the championship Fcut ennis FinagstThe finals of the ayweights cls
theconingnt romToldo.He.wil sprtsScheduled for T onight I Thie final bout of the, flyweights. will
the contingent from Toledo. He will match is played at 10:00 o'clock to- ,:be between Dave Gallup and Al
be accompanied by Parke, Diehl, night at the Coliseum between Les Finals of the faculty indoor ten- Toper. Jack Yuen and Sam Azem
Kramp, Whartenby, Machen and Canadiens and Theta Chi. Les Ca-i nis tournament will bring together meet to decide the championship
SRivers. The local players will be nadiens, last year's champions. are George H. Perkins of the Architect of the bantam class while Harvey
Steve. Toes, Navarre. layedilanb favored to defend their title. School and James A. Nyswander, Bauss and Chittenden are the con-
edman cved lt yeard their texee Mathematics Department. These tenders for the light heavy tcrown.,
Axinn, Gehring, and Gorelick. a e P y' cessuhey two men will take the court at 7:00
-Theta Chi drew a hard assign- p. in. playing the best two out of WINTERHAVEN - Chuck Klein,
ST. LOUIS-Primo Carnera, giant ment in their semi-final match i three sets. On the basis of the play , slugging outfielder of the Philadel-
Italian heavyweight, added anoth- Xi Psi Phi but were able to come during the tournament it looks as phia Nationals, has signed a 1930
er victim to his knockout record throuh with a 5 to 4 win due to Ii Perkins had an edge on his op- contract to play ball for the Phil-
when he put Chuck Wiggins of In- the splendid work of their center, ponent but the playing conditionsjlies. Klein led the National Leaguej
dianapolis down for the count in Reid might have some effect on the in home runs last year.l
the second round of their sched- Probable Lineups I games of each
uled ten round bout. Theta Chi Les Canadiens .

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Mason....... R. Wing .. .
ATLANTA-Bobby Jones cele- Shetter........L. Wing ...
brated his 28th birthday here and Reid.......... Center ....
was the recipient of an immense Marontette.... R. Defense
flood of congratulatory letters from Willick........ L. Defense.
well-wishers. Scott..........Goal....

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