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THE MICHIGAN

1),A LL Y

TI-IF MIC4-JICAN DAILY

I -- - "a U~l~I IRESERVE TRACMX TO COMPETE
TOIHIYT~ LC ETH NYNE !EP[~ v ON CLEVELAND TRACK TONIGHT
U ~~~~~~ ~~nnyfP !lh While Mihigan's first string The tw o mile relay which in-_WEi Ug n..H Y'rak.es
rDUAOEighI iiMEETEncLIunteFOBFill'UI u al hlege on t he taYs l dChs1e wilte1 w
Theta Cii Winnr Last ear by-i Eigh Title ncountes Fillboards this evening five Wolverine wit~Cif Mray ehi~
One Half Point Over Taur{ Promising Ring Card;,eev hncaswllseato rne in the 40 dvah
atteInvitational Civeland A. C.It ThatMraywl aesm o
Kappa Epsilon. HinaFaoe ehbtonstefats opeiin nth
aXETMRST ALI ~/ CniudFo ae6 This meet which is one of the, ^ointry is asured when it was as-
EXPET MAKS T FAL k Y$ 18 pounds, Ja' k Yuen, last year's fastest in the midwest alwas at- certained that among the enries
Wniguthwitrpormchampio'i. will dfendic his crown tracts star performaes from Li t' e e s,,)°; e ent i Grg
Windin~p thewinte progrm s >I against Sam Azen. Both of 0- e, Ohio Conference and ennyy veni. .- mp~o f h?*5 tT"rr
the fraternity indoor track( mieet-
next Tuesday night looms as one of ment this year. will accompany five Wolverines in mea3<s.t p erformers to eve car ,
thiigs vnso h er h. . ~ .' I.CIYbat et their jaunt into the Buckeye me- ''1e'e colors and is a topheavy
th iget vnt f h yaThs Cry ost efCurry and Oakley who will met tropolis. favorite.
event has been an annual affair for 1'~.... "n the featherweight division at 126 '____
th e p a t pastee yseventeenl- p onyearlsf rnian de frival- @ II IIII.l li I11u1 1IldsI IIwilll furnish1 ill III one of the fea-llH 111 o
ry inthis port s proably hc " iS of the evening in their bout :
ry in this spare is probably th~~~~l I Curry came through his semifin.led w tw tr o ihgnm n-srih
t a k e e n e s of t e e a r f .. ~c o u d n 't b e p a sse e d n d O a k le y h a s r
Latser ataCi on' ! ~ ~aggressively slugged his way into=
meet, defeating Tau Kappa Eps- ..}> _
Io n-afpoint Te4iner lead and land with both hands.
Ion one-half"Thewinner
totaled 22 1-2 points. Delta Sigm : Lightweights Bud Guhrie and ..
Phi, Trigon and Delta Tau Delt kJoe"Woodward are schk _
fi ght in the 135 oun
wer alwpcoet h inr ard, last year's champion, will be
Phi Psi's Favored K .......M'' ushed to the limit to hold hsr "
Phi Kappa Psi is understood to3 cown by "Battling Bud." Welter
have an excellent team this ycer R weights at 147, Ed Kirby and Vic= U
Hem will meet in \vIj. y
while Phi Beta Delta will be sa.- to be the fastest match on the card.^,-
ing+ their: chance for the All-Ye~r*~'x ~ When Otto and Starwas clash is
championship on their, ability to.......', '* .. .temdlwihdvsonaiG
finish ahead of Theta Chi...........i...t& the toughest bout of the evening isl
ThFffy-adDahwnka expected. Both of these glove art -
ear by Clade Snarey f Delta ! ists disposed of their opponents in a ,,
yega byiiClaudendy iol Det, ~Poothe semi-finals by a knockout in,_
replaced this year by the 60 yardo outfielder irespectively, who will start the season in the reguailineup meet it will be a fight to the finish. ;-aI
dash. of the New York club. Both of them w~ere assigned to regular positionsj Light heavies Chittenden and.--
Two Phi-Kappa Psi men hold th(r by Manager Bob Shawkey following "their good work in spring training. I Bauss at 175 both of whom are re-I -r
hurdle records, Martin topping the;- - -- - __-- - - ___- ' outed as sluggers are scheduled to PR "Sw.: TS1
high hurdles in 9 seconds in 192 E I pound oit a three round decisionSPRW ETS
andh Kuhner doing 8 seconds fi at I LI I 1111 1.1Quake111rLIJ port Bodywhc will be enlivened by the pos- i
in the low hurdles the same year wh iV IL VL[ a e upnin.~iciyoh aK.- o r S rn
Wagner.,-f-PifKppahols t--{-- The last match oin the card will ®:E -no
440 yard record at 52 4-5 seconds k~f fRP~fih Philadelphia, March 21 - The 'be the high spot of the eveningi
made in 1928. JkDIIJIJ state athletic commission today an- vhen Slater and Hewitt clash for .ad=
Eddy iea Star. fl Y HIII nouniced indefinite suspension of the title in the unlimited class. != These spring slip-overan coat style sweaters are
Tau Kappa° Epsilon has two men I-.MryMaeCeead ho ltr semi-pro for some years
in the select group, Eddy holding (continued From age s) boxer Pat O'hce, a wrestler of ail id in Hewitt one of the E not only smart, but warm. They are all wool, in
the 880 record, 2 mmn. 5 1-5 second,3 Michigan will rely upon Dave Fitz- Salt Lake City, aso ws suspended I itllhs ndfsetfghesta
and Nunnley having a.4 mn. 57 gibbons, diminutive sophomore, to indefinitely, has ever been on this campus. several plain colors, many distinctive patterns, in crew =
second record for the mile. Eddy prevent the Ithacans from s-oring =- n -ek n r ovn wt h moho
turned his record time in at the a slam in this event as they did an -ecadar oeAwt h sot r
1928 me while Nunnely won his
eet Sftore _bu-e oo-fec
event last year ' ihavdteagainst Yale. Pete Austin is still L. o ebuhdw lefct
reooThtbhhevdtelaid up with his injured foot and, D S h o e r
shot 36 feet 3 1-2 inches last year' did not accompany the Michigan 6oFS IET
62rAS IERY0 IJJ*JJ-
for a new record in that event, team on the trip.=
Dougall of Trigon with 10 feet 81 Captain Treman of Cornell will ________
inches, is the pole vault holder. be
Reason of Theta Xi holds the broad faoetownhe almi,-
jump record with a 22 feet 3 inch j a he is capable of better than two l'=
jump. Some of these records are minutes for the distance. Dulaff ' - I°o
I I 0-
due to fall at the meet Tuesday. of the Big Red is also a good half -
Teams must, have their incivxi- mi er Coach Farrell has entered -
ual entries in by 12 'o'clock Tiles- Benson and Mueller in an attempt '= A cap is a necessity to your sport wardrobe. r
day. Freshmen who competed in, to annex some Michigan points. ;
the Al-Frosh meet are the, only The Maize and Blue mile relay -r'=oThe new a =
freshmen eligible for the meet A team of Dale and Dalton Seymour, The new small shapes ina varied seectin of tweeds
mncnetronly twoeets ndIRusselan se, -.hashavengiv
mancanentr eeniS,~Ln ~ nd oserhasdemnr and Liht shades wehae will gv you a very smart
only, enter one event of. 440 yards strated its worth and should flini
or over.,'ahead of the Cornell four. Second ____________ yet sporty appearance.
place in the Big Ten and Illinois For these prises we can
Freshmen Lits Anex I relays have been annexed by theI4 00P .00Q, $.5,$.00
Cls rak onrr jMichigan quartet. Meiing, Siegel, give-you-nuua vlus. $00 y
Cls rc oosRosenthal, and Hauserman com- -gv0- nuulvles w
Inter Class Champions is the titleie the Cornell relay team. Black or BrownU.I=
won lastCornell's real strength lies in the I
wa atngtb h rs isi ild events, where the easterners C leath r. Grain____
the annual Intramural Meet. Total- Lahr
in 412pit h rs edtehave stars in all three specialties.? I
ing 2 Law ointsthe Fash laKithig. UV jo
Soh awteam who finished second I Levy has heaved the 16 pound shot____________
with 18 points. Third place went to 1 close to 48 feet and should be an r j_-
Frodh Engrs. easy winner. Wickham has better-I 'GYME I OT ANSRE
Junior Engrs: won the relay race ed 45 feet and should stage a duel S Q S 1319SO T MAN TRE
for class teams when Witzit, Soph Iwith Brooks of Michigan for second: 8% $ 1.89, $2,791
Lit anchor man, fell down near the place. Schenfeld of Cornell and 1 ' E. G. Staeb, Mgr.
finish after his. team had the race Captain Poorman of Michigan are
apparently won. I other possibilities for points. lII ____111@~ll11111@llli@III@III11I1111HIIIIIIII11111

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