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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1931

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PR S RAM_ PLANN
Semi-Finals in Annual Tourney.

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oilermdkers Climb
in Conference Race
Purdue Passes Wolves While
Michigan Takes Lay-off.

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Waite Hoyt
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Expects
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Listed for rriday ih
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at 'Mural Building. While Michigan was enjoying a
well-earned rest, Purdue climbed
What gives promise of being into a tie with Minnesota for sec-
Michigan's greatest boxing card is ond place in the Western Confer-
being arranged by Coach Let Phil- e n c e basketball rankings when
bin and Promoter Bob Townsend Coach Lambert's five trimmed Wis-
sem- consin 24-17. This victory places
for Friday night, when the semi- the Boilermakers on a par with
finals of the All-Campus boxing Minnesota, but since the Wolver-
show will be held at the Intramural ines have two games to go and Pur-
.building.due but one, the probability of
Tisyrhcrng.Coach Veenker's men pulling up
This year the card is arrarged s0 even with their Lafayette rivals is

COLLINS ASSUMES
SOX MANAGERSHIP
Intramuiral INews
k wSeeks to Add Batting Strength
to Boston Ball Club.
te i the fraternity ural Sports department have been position. One other infielder, Ohl-
.leagues will be- coming in rather slow, much to sen, is listed on the Sox's roster.
ginsthA pay-ketba rthe class chain- the disappointment of officials of Warstler, Rhyne, and Marquardt,
-g teplof 1o h0.ls Draig the depa.rtment. . 'the latter a Southern League prod-
, sfor the play-of among the win- Tournaments will be held in ct, will fight it out for the short-
ners of all three classes, A, B, and esquash, handball, bowling, tennis stop berth. The first two named are
C, will be made tomorrow night. two will be combined faculty and both good fielders but are light on
The league winners in Class A student tournaments. The squash the stickwork. Marquardt compiled
are Sigma Nu, Psi Upsilon, Alpha tourney will be divided into two a batting average of .322 in the
Kappa Lambda, Delta Tau Delta, groups-Class A, for the better play- minors, but may fail to hit major
Tau Delta Phi, Trigon, Beta Theta ers, and Class B, for those who are league hurlers.
Pi, Xi Psi Phi, Delta Sigma Pi, Her- new to the game. Those members
mitage, Alpha Phi Alpha, and Phi of the faculty mostlikely to enter UNIVERSITY OF IOWA -Emil
Kappa Sigma. Several of the other Class A are Boak, Niehus, Angell, Trott has been showing himself to
leagues have not completed their Dawson, Blackett, B 1 o t t, Mann, be an able two-miler again this
schedules yet, but the likely win- West, Novy, and Dorsey. year.
ners appear to be Alpha Sigma Phi,---=-
Phi Lambda Kappa, Phi Beta Pi RELAYS
and Lambda Chi Alpha. These The Intramural relays will be
teams have the best chance in their held in Yost Field house on the
group, and Phi Sighna Kappa and evening of March 12 at 7 o'clock.
Pi Lambda Phi look the best in raternit Inter-Cla4s. and Inde-

that the good bouts will come first
and be followed by the especially
good ones. Every boxer entered in4
the tournament has passed a series
of tryouts in which Coach Philbin
has approved the ability of the
fighter. This was done to insure a
card of good fights from the spec-
tators standpoint.
Two Champs Entered.
Two champions are entered in
the featherweight division. Pat Mc-
Bride won the Campus champion-
ship three years ago in the ban-
tamweight. He will be entered in
the Intramural card after two
years' layoff. Dave Gallup has grad-
uated to the featherweight class
after winning the championship in
the bantam division last year. Their
opponents will be White and Po-
cock.
Joe Woodward, for three years
champion of the lightweight divi-
sion, and Dave Golden will have
tough opposition in this weight
Friday night from two experienced
newcomers.
There is good material in the'
welterweight division. H e i f i t z,
freshman, is showing up unusually
well in his first starts. H a r o l d
Knapp, Red Elliott, and Kalonic are
the other four men in this class
who will mix Friday night.
Jack Starwas will automatically
vacate his middleweight title as he
will fight in the light-heavyweight
class. This leaves Ralph Shaheen
and Gus Trometer as the outstand-
ing candidates for Jack's title.
Hewitt to Fight.
Recent entries will probably force
Morgan, heavyweight champion two
years ago, and Bill Hewitt, runner-
up last season, into semi-final bouts.
These boys were originally sched-
uled for the finals March 11.
Jack Yuen, who has held two
championships, in the flyweight
and bantamweight divisions, will
probably be held over until the fin-
als, although his opponent will be'
determined Friday night. P e t e
Morgan is one of the best in this
weight after Yuen.
Verberg broke three bones in his
left hand and will be forced from
the tournament. This leaves four
men in the lightweight division.
Schloss, welterweight, is in bed with
chicken-pox, thus eliminating him
from the contests.
The drawings are to take place
Thursday night to determine the
opponents. These will be announced
in Friday's Daily. Tickets will be on
sale at the door and Bob Townsend
has issued the cardboards to stu-
dent representatives on the campus.
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great. r>
In fact the probability of
Minnesota, Purdue, and Michi-
gan ending in a three way tie
for second position appears to
be just in the offing-if all
three teams continue the -pace : .
they have shown in the last
few weeks. Purdue meets Iowa
this 'week, and should win un-
less t h e whole Boilermaker
team is suddenly taken danger- Waite Hoyt,
ously ill. Michigan still has to Former Yankee hurler, who no'
play Indiana and Chicag9, and is on the mound staff of the De
should win both games, al- troit Tigers. Hoyt recently express
though the 'Indiana quintet is ed himself as feeling fit for th
capable of providing some start- coming season in which he believe
ling upsets. Minnesota will he will hang up as many as 20 win
face Ohio State-a team which for the Tigers.
)won its first game out -of the ---
lust nine starts last Monday afators Preparefor
night when Indiana traveled to
Columbus to take a 31-15 beat- Conference Tank Mee
ing.
Illinois deserves special mention (Continued From Page 6)
this year. True the Indians did not come this difficulty and walk awa
it btate r staing the seas byowith the title of Western Confer
losing five games in a row, they ence champions tacked to their li
somehow snapped out of it and of attainments.
copped the next seven tilts, to end Hosmer, Walaitis, Smith an
the season with seven wins and five Walker composed the Michiga
losses. s 160-yard relay team last seaso
Iowa appears to have, taken Ithat succeeded in setting a reco
the place of the goat very nice- for their event early in the yea
ly, however, and has provided and took the honors in the Cor
a fine spot for the more power- ference. This year the event h:
ful teams of the Conference to been replaced by a relay of 4
rest. With one game left on yards, due to a change in the Co
the schedule, the Hawks have ference ruling and the length
a shadowy record of two wins the Intramural nooi in Ann Arbo

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theirs. Theta Chi and Phi Delta pendent teams will compete, where-
Tau are tied for the honors in their as before the relays were only held
league as are Phi Gamma Delta for the fraternity teams.
and Pi Kappa Alpha in their divi- Each team will consist of four
sion. E men, each r u n n i n g 220-yards,
Alpha Sigma Phi had the win- which is equivalent to one lap on
ning team in last year's champion- the Field house track.
ship play-off, and this quintet is -- --
still in the race this season and SACRAMENTO-Gene Des Autels
has a good chance of repeating its has been farmed out to the Toronto
performance of a year ago. club this year by the Detroit base-
ball organization. Last summer he
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Entries for the six faculty tour- lege to the American league.
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