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HOOSIERS, .21-18

MVcClorey to Speak,; [jTJ 0
in Catholic Chapel,




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Last of Chicago sprang a surprise
in the 60-yard ,dash when he beat
Eddie Tolan, Wolverine sprint ace,
to the tape 'by inches. Campbell
of Michigan took third, relegating
Captain Root of the Maroons to
fourth position outside the scor-
ing. Root came back later, how-
ever, to capture first place in the
65-yard low hurdles, with Hayden,
a teammate, second to give Chicago
eight points.
Michigan's outstanding perform-
er was Dale Seymour, who won the,
quarter mile ra'ce in 52 seconds and
then ran as anchor man on the
victorious Wolverine relay quartet.
le captured the quiarter mile by
three yards over Schulz and Col-
ville of the invaders, but his broth-
er Dalton fell far behind on the
last lap. The Wolverines led on the
first three legs of the three-quar-
ter mile relay but Root, Chicago's
last runner, began to pass Dale
Seymour on the last lap. Seymour
put, on a final spurt that carried
him to the tape far ahead of the
Maroon captain.
In the mile run Letts led the field
all the way, winning from Wolfe,
Maize and Blue sophomore, by four
yards. His time was within one
second of the field house record.
Later, Letts came back to take first
place in the half mile run in the
fast time of 1:59.7. He allowed
Benson and McLaughlin to set the
pace over most of the route, and
then staged a final sprint that re-
turned him the winner by 10 yards.
Hayden Displays Form.-
Harold Hayden, Chicago's indooi
title holder, showed championship
form when he flashed to victory in
the 65 yard high hurdles, beating
(Continued on Page 7)
Wells to Give Talk
on Scientific Topic
at Hill Auditorium
Carveth Wells, explorer, scien-
tist, humorist, and author, sched-I
uled' a the sixth speaker on the
Oratorical association program,1
will talk next Thursday night in!
Hill auditorium, it was announced
yesterday by Henry Moser, busi-
ness manager of the association.
Ten years ago Mr. Wells began
his lecturing career in America,
and during that time it is claimed
that he has revolutionized the art
of lecturing. It used to be taken
for granted that a scientific dis-r
amirse ur hnndt n h etvodv

M 1( L HUGE ~~~~Automatically Eligbe 91P SU IN un
!k ,II ka Lr _,_ "Freshmen making extra-curri-
[ Il i E E C I A u o a i c l y E l g b e O$U U I f I U U .1LS N Gl i
Delegates Optimistic Despite cular grades during their first se- Class of 1933 Gets First Chance
mester's residence need do nothingoGs-
Forced Idleness Caused more to be eligible for outside acti- for Work on Three Major
by Cabinet Crisis. vities such as the publications or Campus Periodicals. Chapmnan d Daniels
the Union," it was acknowledged p
PARLEY GAINS HEADWAY yesterday by J. A. Bursley, dean of GROUPS WILL ORGANIZE as Branch. 1C raCK
I :vstdentsS oeI 41 t
. Rear Admiral Jones Is Ordered "Extra-curricular" grades mean, Daily, Gargoyle, Michiganensian cre s 14-11 at
Home by Physicians Because a scholast r of 15 hour Heads Announce Times for ISpcial
of Filig Coditon. with one mark of 'A' or 'B' and the
ofFail Conditionremainder 'C Initial Gatherings. (Spei l
"Freshmen with such a ecordiNT, Ind.. Fe
By Frank H, King do not need to make application to Second semester freshmen who artists efficiently smashed whatev
A. P. Staff Writer any University authorities for the wish to try out for student public- in the money in this vear's We
LONDON, Eng. Feb. 22-The fifth 'special permission' mentioned in tions will meet at the Press build - crambi e by letting the loosiers
week of the London Naval confer- the formal statement of the eligi- throtonight.
dnce ended today with active ne- bility rule in the Daily Official Bul- ing, beginning tomorrow, ug The Michigan style of play,
gotiations suspended on account of letin yesterday and this morning out the week, according to the possession during the greater pa
gsaid Dean Bursley. schedule given below. The publica- dream of avenging an early season
Rev. r. John A. McClorey, the French political crisis, but with By standing arrangements with tions offer first year men their first ed them in Aim Arbor fell just sh
Noted lecturer and writer, who no dread of failure in the minds of Dean Bursley, the organization for opportunity to participate in Uni- coached outit started with a rus
will deliver an address on "Relig- the delegates. which the freshmen tries out will versity activities as they are ineli- before the game was tel minutes
ion and Culture," at St. Mary's The head of the American dele- do all that is required in that re- gible for Varsity athletics until Indiana forces came to life andf
Smorning at ten o'clock. Father M- gation, Col. Henry L. Stimson, has in its i 1il ty frsh their sophomore year. brought them up to a tie at 9 all, b
origa e 'cok ahrM- aln nisregular eligibility list. I Special permission for freshmen
Clorey is a member of the Jesuit declared that the five power agree The sole effect of the entire elig- pea eriinfrfrhmn
order and is well known for a se- ment to humanize submarine" war- bility requirement as far as the required to be obtained from the
ries of Lenten lectures which he fare in itself justifies the Ameri- freshmen is concerned, it was made dean of students, for the eligibility
delivers each year in a number of can mission to London. Iclear:.by the Dean, is that during lists sent in by each organization,
large cities. Last season he British Hopeful. the eceding semester he carried hen approved by the dan grant
preached to capacity crowds in De-' rts oeflh rceigsmserhware hen aprion.d Frsh en nmut,
The British delegation feels that full work of 15 hours or more wit ,the permission. Freshmen must,.
troit, Milwaukee, Chicago, and what has been done, while it is not one mark of 'A' or 'B' and the rest however, have at least one grade'of
uishe in osermon hve been spectacular, is sound and hopeful 'C'. 'A' or 'B' and no grades lower than
published inbook-formdanshemisent.''C' to be eligible.
also the author of several volumes fo hefte disarmaent Custodian of Clements Library
on religious subjectsI The patient Japanese delegation All I ii~ A I-Csoino liet irr
onrlgossbet.is taking a week holidav as a mereI Says Washington Cherry
incident in the negotiations. UruITT PINiTRYOUT MEETINGS Tree Story Is myth.
___________ is akinga wek"holdaaialaymeeuslniessTreeotodays at
T Gad asid.Dino Grandi is satisfied 1.h. 43 1ybsns ona t SA SFEY DSUSD
having definitely proclaimed the 4:30. SEA SAFETY DISCUSSED
SIItalian policy at London, and re Daily bdsiness (Mndyt '
. ~~Daily editorial itmen -Tues- rse
polch at odonyand ___day tFeaturing a program of addresses
oaE Yief, Premier Mussolini forn Wolverines Score Winning Goa Daily editorial women) - and music, Randolph Adams, "us-
ally approved of his statesmanship. in Final Period to Break Wednesday at 4:15. todian of the Clements Library, told
Former Premier Andre Tardieu, Hhck Michiganensian editorial ~ the Michigan Night radio audience
Youthful Detroit Professional head of the French delegation un- Hard Fought Deado-.Monday at 4:15.-
Claims One-Stroke Victory til his cabinet fell, left London em- - that the cherry tree sary about
Over U. S. Open Champ. phatic in the opinion that the par- COURTIS STARS AT WING Tuesday at 4:00. George Washington was just an
ley would succeed. Gargoyle editorial - Tuesday "unfounded myth," over WJR last
-RUIC_____TA KISTHIRD IBy Sheldon -C. Fullerton. ' at 4:15.' evening. Adams stated that the
CRUICKSHANK IS THIRD Michigan's Varsity Hockey team, Gargoyle business- Thursday story was written b an enteris-
By Dillon L. Graham, Murphy Leads Purdue with its chance of wresting the at 4:15. ing gentleman who liv 68 ears
Associated Press Sports Writer. to Win Over Gophers Western Conference hockey cham- Short Meetings P anned. after the death of the first presi-
By Ascciatei Prese . pionship from Wisconsin hanging in All of the tryout meetings to be dent.
SAVANNAH, Ga., Feb. 22.-Hor- MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 22.-Purdue the balance, defeated Minnesota. ;held this week will take place in Speaking second on the program
ton Smith, the blond young golf unded a few more rivets in it 2-1, in a poorly played game at the the front office of the Press build- Professor Henry C. Adams, of the
tonSmthth blnd yonggol basketball leadership by diubbinL, Coliseum last night. The Wolver- tanrdbin'aieeniern dprmn
wizard from Detroit, continued his Minnesota 42 to 24, in the Gophe ines' only chance to take the title ing on Maynard street exceptin g ann e sniey derten
ptheoGargoyle editorial staeftmeeting, told of th safety considerations
par shattering play through the fleldhouse here tonight. It was the depends on gaining at least a vi- which will be held in the Gargoyle' now observed on the high seas
final two rounds here today to post Boilermakers' sixth straight tri- tory and a tie in the coming series office in the Press building The stressing the preventive measures
a 278 for the 72 holes and win a one umph in the conference, with the Badgers this week. meetings will be short, as organi- which are employed to cut down or
strok victory over Bobby Jones, arles Stretch Murphy Coach Eddie Lowrey's sextet zation work alone will be done. the number of fatalities. The safe-
national open king, in the $3,000 Johnny Wooden collaborated in far off form last night, although The system of advancement used ty of a vessel "depends upon im-i
Savannah open. k ifield goal scoring and together reg- play was faster than on the prev- on each publication is based on mediate decisions" the speaker stat-
The 21-year-old youngster, ho istered 31 points of which 16 be- ous evening when the same teams Tryouts who have shown ed, going into the causes for near-
learned his golf in the Missouri 'longed to Murphy. The tall Pur- battled to a 1-1 deadlock. As the themselves capable at the end of ly all recent marine accidents.
Ozarks, turned in cards of 70 and due center got 6 goals and 4 free game speeded up, however, the the first semester are placed on the Wells Bennett, professor of arch-
71 today and these scores together rows while Wooden sank 7 from players lost all sense of team-work lower staff. These men compete itecture, concluded the speaking
with a 71 figure of Thursday's first the floor and 1 from the foul line and resorted to individual playing 'during their sophomore years for program, discussing colonial archi-
withd and71 erifigue nfthursdays-irTthe Bline.ker le archi-24
round and the brilliant 66 of yes- The Boilermakers led at half 24- to push the puck down the ice. junior editorships on the upper tecture and its influence.
terday, gave him the victor's share 1___Both of Michigan's goals were staff, while those selected to hold The address was marked by a
of $1,00. As his seres indicate, '_scored by Langen, the first after such positions work for the manag- short recounting of the history o
the youthful money-maker clung approximately two minutes of the editorships and business man- early American building, which wa
.close to- par and shot steady golfW L Ptp had been played agerships of their respective organ- divided into three distinct divisions
throughout the three day grind. P Pc the second midway through the last eizations oAccording to the speaker, the first
His 66 Friday was punctuated with rdHe ..6 0 1.00 p Minnesota's single tally Plans Completed. type was of the simplest variety.
brilliant shotswas of a questionable type, the Plans to handle a large number found in New England and Virgin-
After breaking the course record Wsconsin...... 2 7 puck, apparently going wide of its of have been made hia among th first settlers, and us-
edk onagetapopiamrig CNFRNESANIG redin w eo h uhps~n kfrthe a asoteuntgeoftestorydus
Ilios......... 6 . 64 f rotthe ee ae yec
with a great 65 on his morning i 5 3 625 mark, being defected into the net publication. The freshmen will be ually consisting of the log-house
round, the Atlanta barrister falter- Northwestern ... 5 5 00 y. given thorough training courses in structure with but few variations
ed on the final round and took a 72. received credit for the goal. the fundamentals of the work in With the coming of brick and clay
His 137 today coupled with his 142 C2c2go216 .143 which they will be engaged, and ef- in its use for architectural purpos-
of the opening two rounds, gave Ohio State 1M .125 .ichigan Pos. Minnesota forts will be made to acquaint them es, the development was swift, and
him a final score of 279. Tompkins .... G........Christie with every phase of the internal the two remaining periods were dis-
___ Bryant ....... L G Hollingsworth I structure of the organization. , tinctly advanced over the early one
Hart ........:R D..... Peterson Music for the radio broadcast was
Committees Begin Work on Stage Setting Langen ...... C .. .... Conway isupplied by Hanns Pick, accompan-
Nygard ... .. ..LW.......Gould mes Tryout Tuesday led by orchestral support. Mr. Pick'
for Annual International Night Program; Courtis .......R W......Ryman { Announced by Claney program consisted mainly of vio-
Spares-Michigan: Schlander- ___y ylin cello selections from Hayden
Elaborate stage settings are be- Arabian tent, probably an Indian ertSippolaMinn sota: Aba - Hugh Claney, '30, president of and Dvorjak.
ing constructed for the internation- mosque, and other typical national Scoring-First peiod None. Mimes, announced yesterday aft-
al night program to be presented a tf.ernoon that tryouts for parts in the Northwestern Quintet
under the auspices of Cosmopolitan rwill constitute - orig-Second peiiod. Lan- forthcoming Mimes proluction, .4.
club in Hill auditorium, March 4, the various booths. A group of gen, 1:52. Hollingsworth, 10:00.!which has not yet been selected, Beats Illos, -
Scorig-Thrd priod Lanen I(cy A,'uiaec Pres)
it is announced by Ewe H. Cheong, more, than 35 students, wearing the Scorig-Third period: Langen will be given a chance to display
'30E, who is in charge of the seen- native costumes of the various CoeunaltiesT 1 lton 3, Fenton 2their talents on Tuesdaytafternoon CHAPG Ill.j Fb 2 k
rycommittee. (lands, wl have PenatiesTilon 3, Fentogad , ymn 2 . ryn at 3 o'clock in Mimes theater. Northwestern 's rejuvenated basket-
ery mtwill ha places on the back Nygard 2, Ryman 2, Bryant 2, Claney state th oth en and ball team tonight virtually ruined l
Unity will be lent this year sPO- sof the stage, and by their presence Hart, Peterson, Conway, Langen. omen would be selected following Illinois' outside chance for, the Big
duction, Cheong said by special will lend a colorful unity to the Stops-Christie-21; Tompkins the tryouts, Ten title by defeating Coach Crai
tarn r" youtsat.whc red-inv att positioniS being ope Tn i eb:dfatngCc rag

scenic ae b'ic' uge gLUL. -14. for potential actors of both sees Ruby's five, 34-32, in the most sen-
signed to conform to the general Performers from the various na- Referees - Rushorne, Rankin x sational contest of the Illinois sea-
theme of the program, which has tions will come on the stage (Windsor. son.
been given the name, "Festival of ,through the national booths, and Chicago Gains Victory -- ---~- -
Eldorado." Eldorado, it was explain- I will perform in the presence of the O W T
ed, is the capital of a mythical na-! costumed group on the stage as ,rweather an ver WiScOnSinT eam OTHER SCORES
tion, where the talent of the world, well as of the audience. li ^ ie'i Pre",
in fields of music, dancing, and' Japanese lanterns, floral festoons, ALCHICAGO, Feb. 22-Paul Steph-
other forms of entertainment, ga- and other decorative details will be enson, a 145 pound forward from ih .A Idiana 1
.ther annually for a festival of per- isd tn lend ndded rcnra nnd aitv fElkhnrt Tnd nnvin' the it 4 Mi_ ian.2;.ndn,.

11#1111 IfLLi1111 LU
Lead Team to Victory
en Stars for Losers;
Half Way Mark,
-o -c ll
h. 22-Five M\iichigan basketball
er hopes Indiana had of fnishimg
stern Conference chamnpionship)
down vwith a 21-18 defeat here
kept the ball in the \Vol verIne
in of the gamle. an i the l ndlia
trouncing the invaders hadl hand-
ort of their mark. Tie \'eenker-
Ii and' gained an eight point 1ea-l
old. At this point, however. tie
displayed a real offensive which
tit this was the last tine tihe-Cream-
and Crimson threatened except
near the end of the game when
they started a bxelated dcrive to
stave off defeat.
Daniels Garners 9 Points.
Norm Daniels, playing his first
game as a Michigan regular proved
the Wolverine threat of the even-
ing with nine points to his credit.
The sophomore star looped in four
goals from the floor and added one
from charity lane to keep his team
n the lead. Captain Chapman al-
,o showed an uncanny eye for the
basket and accounted for five of
; he points chalked ip for...the in-
High scoring honors for the
ame, however, were easily annex-
3d by the brilliant Indiana center,
Branch McCracken. Thle lanky
ip-off artist 'added 11 counters to
;he Hoosiers' total with' five field
;oafs and one foul. Strickland was
,he only other Indiana player who
scored more than one field goal,
counting on' two shots from the
loor and one from the foul line.
Second Half is Michigan's.
At the end of the first half the
Wolverines were leading by a 14-11
;core and were never bounced out
of their lead thereafter. Both
seams scored eight baskets, but the
nvaders counted on five of their
;en foul tries, while Indiana could
to not better than two out of five

Michigan FG
Daniels, f . ........... 4
Weiss, f..............1
r ruskowski, c. .. ......0
Chapman, g.........2
Orwig, g............1

Ft. PF.
1 0
1 3
1 0
1 1
1 1
5 5

Indiana FG. 'Ft. PF.
Strickland, f.........2 1 3
Zellerf............0 0 2
B. Miller, f... ... 0 - 0 0
McCracken, c......5 1 1
geller, g............1 0 3
3il, g. .............0 0 1
Totals............8 2 10
Referee -Feezle, Indianapolis.
Umpire, Schommer, Chicago.
Ticket Sales Begin
Ifor Modern Comedy
by Play Production
"Show Off," by George Kelly, will
be presented Friday and Saturday
nights at the Lydia Mendelssohn
theatre by Play Production.
Box office sale for these two per-
formances will start tomorrow aft-
ernoon at the Lydia Mendelssohn
theatre. The box office will be op-
en tomorrow and Tuesday after-
noon from 1 'clock to 5 o'clock.
All seats for both shows are
priced at 75 cents. Mail order ap-
plications have been taken since
last Wednesday at the Play Pro-
duction office in University Hall.
Direction of the vehicle is being
'managed by Valentine B. Windt,
director of Play Production activi-
ties. He is being assisted by Harry


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