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ID~fAY. FE.RR1YARY 28, 1930


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Fraternity Quintets Near Finals

of Tournament

Delta Upsilon Gains Victor3
From Phi Beta Delta in
Close Contest.
Eight matches of the indoor ten-
nis tournament which is going into
the second round will be played off
Saturday morning. At nine
o'clock four matches will get un-
der way including Richelson vs.
Tfaylor; Brace, who is one of the
strongest men contending for the
title and also one of the best pros-
pects for next year's tennis team,
playing Shapiro; Gage vs. Bene-
dict; and Davis to play the winner
of the Clark-Horsey match. Clark,
who is one of the favored men for
next year, is expected to take the
Six fraternity class "A" teams
and one class "B" team advanced
towards the intramural basketball
championship. Sigma Delta Kappa
advanced at the expense of Psi
'Omega, 11 to 7. Phi Epsilon Kappa
looked impressive in downing Chi
Phi 12 to 4. .Beta Theta Pi gave
notice that they were contenders
by knocking off Delta Sigma Delta
25 to 9. Alpha Sigma Phi had lit-
tle trouble in disposing of Delta Phi
23 to 2.
Phi Rho Sigma upset the dope by
dropping Theta Chi out of further
activities, 21 to 12. This was a
well played game. Sigma Nu was
the other "A" entry to advance,
spilling Phi Alpha Delta 10 to 8 n1
a seesaw game.
Theta Chi 12, Phi Rho Sigma 21
Jones.. . ..RF........Curry
Wheeler.......LF. . McGillicudy
Wilson......C.C......... Lowe
Bunshaw...... RG..... Lightbody
Howell......LG......... Slagle
:oals-McGillicudy 4, Curry 3,
Howell 3, Wilson, Lightbody. Ref-
eree, Clark. Umpire, Brunsting.
Sigma Nu 10, Phi Alpha Delta 8
St. Clair......RF.........Miller
Shannon .......LF.......... Kipp
Myers .........C.........Heaney
Leahy..,......RG....... Kinney
Goals: St. Clair 2, Leahy 2, Mil-
ler 3. Referee: Merrill.
In the play-offs for the cham-
pionship of League 8. Delta Upsilon
defeated Ifi Beta Delta in a close-
ly gua;led contest, 8-5. The win-
ner, Delta 'Upsilon, will meet Phi
Chi, the third team, in the three-
way tie for first place, in the de-
ciding game of the league series on
the Intramural floor tonight. The
winner of this game will go on to
the finals with the other league
Therscore of Delta Upsilon's
Tuesday night's contest with Phi
Beta Delta follows:
Delta Upsilon Phi Beta Delta
Krause.......RF 'Benjamin
King .........C....... Schiller
Houston ..... .RG......... Rubin
Substitutions-Fishman for Ru-
bin, Goldstein for Lapin. Field
goals: King 2, Croxton, O'Brien,
Benjamin, Goldstein. Free throws:
Goldstein ,1. Referee, Johnstone.
Church League basketball got
started last night with the sea-
son's opener being won by the
Catholics at the expense of the
Hillel team. The score of 20 to 12
r.fails to tell the story of a very in-
teresting game. This looks as tho
it would be a very interesting
league. The score:

Hillel (12) Catholic (20)
Travers .......LF...... Murphy
Rice .. ....C......... Trotter
Marx .........RG......... Dilco
Pont...........LG......... O'Neil


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Floor Work of Weiss Counted'
on as Factor in Success
of Veenkermen.
(Continued From Page 6)
the hands of the Indians earlier
in the season, when the team from
"hampaign downed the Wolver-
ines, 24-18, at Ann Arbor.
Fresh from an easy 30-15 victory
over the Chicago Maroons, cellar
champions of the \Western Confer-
ehce, Michigan's Varsity basketball
quintet spent yesterday's practice
session in sharpening its shooting
Seyes in preparation for the coming
games with Illinois and Purdue
on Saturday and Monday nights.
Yesterday's practice session was
devoted in the main to easy work
the players practicing both long
and short shots throughout most
of the drill. In addition to that
several of the regulars took time
out to brush up on their foul shoot-
ing, which was slightly off form in
the Chicago ga'me.
If points will win games, the
t Wolverines plan to develop thei
talents in that direction. Th
Michigan defense is among th
best in the Western Conference, no
one of its opponents making any
great scoring record against it
Even in Michigan's two defeats, at
the hands of Illinois and Purdue
the winning team was held to a
relatively low score.

Champaign Athletes
Face Plenty of Work
Over Sport Schedule
(Speciali to TeDi lyt )
URBANA, Ill., Feb. 28- Univer-
"sity of Illinois athletic teams will
meet Chicago in three sports Sat-
urday, swimming and gym and
fencing at Chicago and wrestling
At the same time the Illini bas-
ketballball team, naturally down-
cast because of successive defeats
by Northwestern and Wisconsin,
will strive to come back for the,
Ifinal home game against Michigan
Saturday night.-
The Illini cagers havenalready de-
feated Michigan at Ann Arbor but
victory Saturday will require every
ounce of energy and skill that can
be mustered. To bring the Illini
to the floor in condition for the
' struggle is one of the hardesttasks
that Craig Ruby has ever faced.
The wrestlers have already de-
feated Chicago handily and hope
to repeat, although they are cer-
, tao, win or lose, to have the right
to face the leader of the eastern
division March 8 for the champion-
, ship.
r -
e (Contitued From Page 6)
e through four time decisions.
The last dual meet of the pres-
ent regular season is scheduled for
- this Saturday with Northwestern
t and will give these men a final
chance to boost their averages. If
Coach Keen's team can win from
the Wildcats by more than 15
points and if Indiana loses to Ohio
-State in their meet, the Wolves
may lay a valid claim to the. cham-
pionship of the eastern division of
the Cdnference and then meet the
winner of the western half for the
Big' Ten title.
Although the Purple have a far
from auspacious record this season,
i the return of five-seasoned veter-
I ans to the line-up *has increased
f their hopes of upsetting last year's
champions greatly. Chief among
these wanderers who are again
1 eligible' is LaFevour, one of the
five outstanding 128 pounders in
the country.
Meeting Captain Hewitt, who is
about on a par with Mantooth of
Oklahoma, for the position of num-
ber one in the country, LaFevour
ewill find "himself' up against the
best oppostion in the Conference
Saturday night in the Field house.

I Iowa Indoor Track Team Is
First to Re-enter Big Ten
in Conference Meet.
Iowa, holder of the Western Con-
ference indoor track championship,
will stake its title against Big Ten
competition when it participates in'
the Conference meet to be held ht
Minneapolis on March 7-8. The
Hawkeye thinclads annexed the
title in a closely contested battle
with Illinois at Iowa City last year.
This meet will mark the return
of the Hawkeyes to major compe-
tition in Conference sports, as it
will be the first important event
in which they have participated
since their suspension and subse-
quent reinstatement by the Big Ten
Accompanying the acceptance of
this invitation, was the announce-
ment by George T. Bresnahan, the
track coach, that Iowa would also
compete in the University of Illi-
nois relays. This annual affair is
scheduled to take place on March
15 at Urbana.
The scheduling of the Hawkeyes
to engage in the Conference in-
door meet at Minnesota automatic-
, ally cancels a tentative agreement
made by' them to compete in the
central intercollegiate indoor meet
at South Bend, Indiana; which is
j also set for March 7-8.
Nebraska Ace Hudkins
Signs to Meet Latzo
(By 'Associated Press)
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 26 - Ace
Hudkins, Nebraska wildcat, has
signed to fight Pete La'tzo, former
welterweight champion, in a light
heavyweight bout in Chicago, Mar.
114, Tom Kennedy, Uudkin's mana-
ger, announced today.
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' Jack Sharkey
American heavyweight boxer, whose win over Phil Scott, last nigh
at Miami, establishes the Bostonboy of Lithuanian descent as 'the logi-
cal claimant to world's championship heavyweight laurels. .

Michigan Swimmers Ready to Defend Title
Aainst Mihty Threat of Purole Tankmen

(Continued From Page 6),
event for the Wildcats, with Smith,
Walker, Hosmer, and Walaitis swim-
ming for the Michigan natators.
Captain Ault of the Wolverines
is favored to take the quarter mile
swim. He took first honors at the'
Conference meet last year in the+
fast time of 5:25 2-5. Wilson is the
Wildcats' best prospect in this.
event, with Ladd also entered fori
Hinch, back stroke champion in
the Conference, should be hard
pressed by Valentine and Boldt ofJ
the Wolverines. Howlett, another'
of' the many stars swimming for
(Continued From Page Y) y
Smyth (Mich), third; Murray,
(Mich), fourth. Time, :063.:
Two mile run-Arnett (Normal),
first; Brown (State), second; Fitz-
gibbons (Mich), third; Wolfe
(Normal), fourth. Time, 9:43.7.
(New Field House record).
65-yard low hurdles - Potter
(Mich), first; Russell (State, sec-
ond; Russow (State), third; Wood
(Mich) fourth. Tine, :07.6.
880-yard run-Arnold (State),
first; Benson (Mich), second; Mc-
Laughlin (Mich), third; Chase
(Mich), fourth. Time, 2:00.3.
One mile r'elay-Michigan (Mos-
ser, Glading, Mueller, Dalton Sey-
mour), first; Normal; second;
State, third. Time, 3:33.7.
16-pound shot-Brooks (Mich),
first; Rader (Normal), second ;
Poorman (Mich), third; Dill
(state), fourth. Distance, 44 feet
2 3-8 inches. i
- Pole vault-Pottle (Mich) and
! Oliver (Normal) tied for first; 01-
sen (State) and Sneider (Normal)
tied for third Height, 12 feet, six
High jump--Felker (Mich) and
IBenjamin (Normal) tied for first;
Munto (Normal) and Veech (Mich)
tied fortthird. Height, 5 feet 10
Pass books will admit students.
to the Northwestern wrestling
meet this Saturday night.

the Purple will team up with Pc
tersen in the breast strokp and op-
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igan. Bob Goldsmith shouldfar- FAME OF JOPLIN
ner points for the Wolves inPthisP
event, having established a new re-
cord for the Intramural pool for (Continued From Page 6)
his event earlier in the season. Of course he is more the tramp
Coach Mann is relying on Walai- golfer than those who claim regu
tis and Raike to bear the burden lar home clubs and his bread' 60d
of the fancy diving for their team. butter comes more for actual mon-
However, they will face hard oppo- ey play than from the payroll of
sition in this event with O'Keefe some club. But nevertheless, he
performing on the board for North- wins more than the rest. Those
western. who declared him to be a flash in
Following the swimming meet, the the pan when he first declared his
Varsity water polo teams of the two intentions of using the Royal and
schools will engage in battle. Ancient as a bread getter have
Schwartz and Hinch are the vet- since repented. After a whirlwind
.eranstandbys and high point scor- start in the fall of '28 he has set-
erns for the Wildcats, and they will tled down to become golf's leading
be assisted by several fast swim-!1 winner, barring the Agua Caliente
mers including Petersen, Wilson, tourney whiC Saraen took fron
Hofer, and Lennox. Coach Mann'su i
pgloists are Hughes, Thompson, and
McCaffree at the back position;
Ault, Walker, and Walaitis, at for-
ward, and Fishman acting as goal
tender. Both teams have won sev-
eral'contests this year and are an-
ticipating an exciting battle.


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