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Forty Horses Slated to Competej

Over Aintree Course !
Swordsmen Finish Year's Play in 91st Event.
With State and Freshman
T am t3(y Associated Press)
Tournaments. LIVERPOOL, England, March 27
NUMERALS TO BE GIVEN -All Britain today eagerly awaited
the ninety-first running of the"
Michigan's freshman fencers grand national steeplechase over
who have been continuing their the famous Aintree course tonor-j
workouts since the close of the Big1 row.
Ten season will conclude their act- Terminating one of the strangestI
ivitles with plenty of action next training campaigns since the gruel-
week. The all-frosh fencing tour- ling cfia e was first run in 1839, 401
horses have been named as prob-
nament will be held April 9, ac- able starters in the journey over
cording to present plans, and on the 4/% miles of ,heavy going with
the following Saturday a number its 31 difficult jumps.
ofthe freshmn fencrs as we a Late scratches are expected to re-
of thec freshman fencers, as well as duce the starting field to less than
several Varsity members, will com- two-score, the smallest number in
pete in the first all-state meet to recent years. Yet out of that num-
be sponsired by the Cadillac Ath- ber only a small percentage may be
expected to complete the course,
letic Club of Detroit' which is. famed for its severity.f
All members of the freshman More than 60 faced the barrier last
squad with the exception of Mor- yeartbut only seven finished while
ley, who was automatically elimin- the year before the end of the long'
ated because of his victory in the jaunt only Tipperary Tim, a 100 to
all-campus .meet, will compete in 1 shot, and Billy Barton, the Amer-
the all-frosh tournament. Besides ican representative, still running.
these men, several fencers who I They finished in that order.
were not on the squad will enter The canal turn, Beecher's brook
the meet. and Valentine's brook all take their
This is the first year freshmen toll. All of the hedges, varying in4
Will compete in all threemweapons. height from 4/ to 5/, feet, are of
The marked superiority of the crop live gorse, thorn or spruce and are
of yerlgswordsmen this season so closely packed that a man can
yearling dswalk across them without making
over the usual run of squads also an impression.
encourage the athletic officials to With t e scatching of Easter
issue numerals in this sp rt for the Wt h cthn fEse
Hero, the American owned favorite,
first time. Usually the numerals and the condition of Gregalach,
were awarded for victoryinthe last year's winner, still doubtful, C.
all-frosh and all-campus meets. ' R. Taylor's Grakle has been made
The all-state meet in Detroit is the public choice at 100 to 12
not confined to intercollegiate com- against. Sir Lindsay, the mainstay,
petition but will divide the com- of American hopes, rules as secoid
petitors into three divisions, no- favorite at 100 to 11 while Grega-
vices, juniors, ahd seniors. The lach is quoted at 100 to 6 along with
freshmen will enter the meet as K. C. B. and Shaun Golin.
novices unless they have had two Sir Lindsay, Easter Hero's stable-
years experience elsewhere. mate and also owned by John H.
Whitney, is something of an un-
WatherKees Ball known quantity. He was graduated
at Cheltenham two weeks in an im-
Team ir Field House pressive manner, displaying ability
as a splendid jumper, and a stoutR
(Continued From Page 6) stayer and showing plenty of speed
$traub and Tompkins appear sure at the finish-three essentials for
fire bets for two of the three posts. the grand national.
A hard fight is under way for the The scratching of Easter Hero
vacant berth with "Bill" Langen of and Victor Emanuel's Thyticere
hockey fame, Hill,. Garrison, and left only four American ownedI
McCormick, star of last year's fresh- horses as probable starters. They
man team, leading the way. are Sir Lindsay, Gordon Selfridge's
Joe Truskowski, the third veteran Ruddyman, Victor Emanuel's Royal
available for action this year, seems Arch the Second, and Stephen San-
a certainty for the receiver's post, ford's Sandy Hook. Other late{
although several capable perform- scratches were of Newsboy, PrinceI
ers, including Morrison of football of Iveagh, -Bovril Third, Easy Vir-
fame, have been uncovered to un- tue, Huegon and Ardeen. Ddnzel-
derstudy the big Detroit catcher. on appeared to be a doubtful start-
er among the 40 left on the list.

_________-'\NATIONAL SWIM p) FOR MU L
NsChouldprovi the feature races of
Ithe meet. Four college stars who
TRACK.1have been unbeaten this year Teta CiFavored to WinTitlej
should monopolize the places in the With Phi Beta Delta
More interest has been taken in 440 with Bud Shields of Brigham Second Choice.I
track this year than in any pre- Young, Austin Clapp of Stanford, _
Car Ault of Michigan and Ray
vious year in Intramural history,d.,nn With only four tourneys left in
Fuddy of Columbia al entered.
according to statistics on hand. lanp, Ault, and Rurdy all corn- the all-year inter-fraternity race
Four meets have been run to date, peted in the last Olympics. Out- for the all-around trophy, Theta
the annual fraternity meet being side possibilities for t hi ib. Chi leads the list with a total of
the banner occasion of the year Rutgers, and Drig s of Stanford. 827 points and is strongly favored
Twenty-nine teams competed with Schwartz of Northwestern should to win the trophy.
a total of 180 dierent meen taking gain a place if he enters in the 223 Phi Beta Delta is second with
I yard swim. 763 points and Alpha Kappa Lamb-
Ipart. The mter-class meetdewWith Des Jardins of Stanford in- da is third with 665 points to its
seven teams and 25 men, the A- eligible to compete the prominent credit. Theta Xi ranks fourth in
Frosh meet drew out 102 contes- contenders for the diving crown the competition with the score of
tants, and the department's first I will be Grandy of Penn, the east-1654. All of these fraternities are
meet for Independents on the cam- ern champ, Throndsen of Stanford, within striking distance of the top
niee pBrooks of Princeton, Lobdell of Io-1 but will have to make a very strong
pus drew three teams and 22 men. wa, Walaitis and Raike of Michigan, butwilg to maketa vhr stog
One big meet .is still on the pro- Nappa of Minnesota, and Cariss of firtotipt
gram, the All-Campus meet of next Rutgers. in spite of their win in the in-
Monday night. Entries are coming A new event on the program this IeInfspterof trwi t in-
in for this event now and indica- year, the 300 yard individual med- tef-fraternity track meet, Phi-nd the
tions point to a very fine meet. ley race, will have Harms of Ford- leaders whenm the closing races
_____ham, eastern title holder, as the leadrs whten thecoing racesn. hi
SFACUJTYEVENTS. favorite. Other versatile natators start after spring vacation. Phi
entered are Merriam of Penn, Row- Sigma Kappa took third in this
Members of the faculty have en- land of Columbia, Ladd of Michi-r meet and Theta Chi fourth,'
tered into volley ball this year with gn n Marquette of Rutgers, strengening the position of the lat-!
f considerable enthusiasm and at Northwestern's fast trio should winter fraternity in the total count.
this time, although the regular the 300 yard medley relay. Other Baseball, tennis, horseshoes and;
league schedules have been com- strong teams entered in the med- the Sigma Delta Psi try-outs are
pleted, many impromptu games are ley are Syracuse, Stanford, Rut- the only events left on the yearI
played. Friday afternoon is the gers, and Michigan. round program and they, will be
regular day set aside for faculty -trun off following spring vacation.
volley ball and the court is also SOUTHERN PINES--Miss Mau- Fourteea of the 18 tourneys and
available other afternoons if the reen Orcutt, of Haworth, N. J., led events were completed with the
men desire. the brilliant field in the women's running off of the annual indoor,
After the vacation period, four midsouth golf tournament at the track reet last Tuesday and the!
faculty events will be run off. A end of the first 36 holes with a program will draw to a close by
golf tournament, a tennis tourna-, score of 78-76-154. the latter part of May.
ment, rifle ;shooting contest and'----- ----- - ®__---._-- -*------_--_.-------_-
in~door baseball are on the sched-
ule. The rifle shooting and indoor
baseball league are new additions I
to the faculty program. Faculty,
members are urged to call the de-1
partment, 22101, stating what sport !
they are particularly interested in.
At the present time the annual s a
tournaments in squash and hand-
I ball are under way. I.-Correct and Official-
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today boasted 12 knockouts in as
many appearances in American
[ boxing rings, the result of a 54- -
second victory here over George
Trafton, erstwhile Chicago football -
The heavyweight match, sched-
I uled for 10 rounds, ended after I
Trafton fell to the canvas for the
third time. The 8,000 fans present State Street at Nickels Arcade
booed and jeered.


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