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THE MICHICAN, DIALY

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FOUR KNGOCKOUTS FEATURE BOXING CARDC

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1TASDSReturns to Position
T RI TALas Tiger Shortstop
Bauss, AJll Campus Light-Heavy
Champion, Wins in First
Round of Fight.
Coach Let Philbin sent his boys
through nine hard fights, four of!
which were technical knock-outs,
last night in the Intramural build-
ing in the semi-finals of the All-f
Campus boxing tournament before .
more than 450 fans. Jack Starwas1
gave the best exhibition of boxing
and hard punching of the evening. y .*
Harvey Bauss won from Paul)
Chittenden by a technical knock- ..,
out in the first round of the light- . %; . ..
heavy scrap when the latter's sec-
odthrew oin the towel f orPaul.
Chittenden went into the fight with
an injured thumb and when he
failed to cover himself up againstI
Bauss' gloves, his second thoughta
that he had broken it and gave theMark Koeg,
bout to Bauss. The crowd booed Detroit Tiger who was secured
the decision as only-40 seconds were from t e New York Yankees last'
left and they thought he could season. After a brief tryout as a1
weather the storm and return for member of the Tiger mound corps,
the second round. It was the only Koenig has decided that he will
decision unfavorable to the audi- again become a candidate for the
ence. shortsop berth instead.

WIN CINDER 5MEET
Yearlings Drop First Telegraphic
Contest of Season by
Narrow Margin.
By the smallest margin of vic-
tory, the University of Illinois
freshman track team took the first
telegraphic dual meet on the Mich-
igan yearling schedule yesterday,
when the records of the two teams
were compared, the Illini had a to-
tal of 56 2-3 points and six first
places to a score of 56 1-3 for Coach,
Ken Doherty's men, although the
Maize and Blue representatives an-
nexed seven first places.
The yearlings scored a slam in'
the high jump and tallied first in
the sprints, low hurdles, 2-mile, pole
vault, broad jump and 35 pound
weight events. The Illini showed
the greatest strength in the 440, in
which they annexed all the honors.
Myers hung up the highest total)
of points for the meet by scoring
first place in the broad jump and
going into a tie for first place with
Lassala in the pole vault when tl e

Eight Bowling Teams 1W TDT
Remain in Tourney IJL IIU II Il LI Intrami
Eight fraternity teams have
survived the second round of theNew
fraternity bowling league, and
will meet again next Monday in
the third round of the tourna- Injured by Batted Ball During FACULTY VOLL
ment being conducted L.y the Daily Drill in !Coast
Intramural department of the Training Camp. Reserves..........
University. __ Engineers..........
Sigma Chi led the teams in (R), Associated Press) Architects.........
the second round with a total Army.............
of 2,611, while Phi Beta Pi, with SACRAMENTO, Cal., March 6.-- In the faculty volley
2,529, placed second. Other lead- Manager Stanley R. Harris topped ment, the Reserves ar
ers were Alpha Delta Phi, 2,445, his own caualty list in the Detroit other teams by a wid
Psi Upsilon, 2,419, Phi Kappa, Tiger training camp here today yesterday's games, th
2,387, Delta Kappa Epsilon, 2,367, t with a painful leg injury received defeated the Army gr
and Alpha Chi Sigma and Phi when a hard driven gall from' three of the four sets
Kappa Sigma, tied with 2,354Charley Gehringer s bat struck 15-3, 15-3. At the sal
apiece. - him during practice yesterday. Reserves kept their re
_________________________________ racicedefeating the Architec
Harris will remain at his hotel 15-6.
for the next few days. His physi- -
BIG TEN HEAD S TO sian spiked reports that a bone had RELAY CARN
been fractured. The annual relay ca
Coaches Roger Bresnahan and held Thursday night
Jean Dubuc will direct the Tigers House track. Four me
D C ELM tfservice.pendents, and organ
. .A tentative line-up for the reg- Icompete with each o
Major Griffiths Will Outline ulars in the spring exhibition series premacy in the hal
Trouble With N. C. A. A. I came out of the training camp yes- Each man will run 220
at Madison Meeting. terday, and it was headed by two is equivalent to one lap
recruits from Evansville, of the Phi Kappa Psi are
(By Associated Press) Three-I league. ing fraternity chai
Harvey Walker was in the lead- year's senior Engines
CHICAGO, March 6.-Athletic d- off position of this pro-season bat- class relay 1,st, season
rectors of Western conference uni- sing order, assigned to center fneld engineeys. An indep
versities today had for considera- in place of Elias Funk, last year's called Kansas City, c
lion at their annual meeting, plans 1tet
of battle in their fight to keep theNa.r batter. Next came Gerald att of students fr
North Central association of col- Walker, Harvey's brother, also from won in this dvision
leges and secondary schools, from Evansville. From there on. the
assuming control of the Big Ten's tentative list duplicated last year'sE
athletic problems. order, except that Joe Dugan holds P iG TEN STAN
down third base instead of Marty;I
The meeting was scheduled for McManus, who will be given addi- Nrtlwestcrn......
Madison, Wis.. where the annual tional time to round into form. X n estr......
Big Ten indoor track champion- After Gerald Walker in the ten- ta.rd.e.
ships will be decided tonight and tative lineup comes Charley Gehr- MiCI ...GAN.
tomorrow night. Major John L. inger at second; then Dale Alex- . . . ...
Griffith, Big Ten athletic commis- anderi at first; Dugan at third; Indiana..........
sioner, was down to address the Doljack at left field; Akers at short, Vindil...........
directors on the problem that con- and Schang and Hayworth, catcher. Wii(;o.......
frons tem.Shiver is tentatively assigned to Ohio State.......
Major Griffith has outlined his utility outfielder, while Harris had Ioia
stand asking: intended to serve as utility infielder w ......".
"Looking ahead 25- years, will it himself, until he was injured yes-
be better to have conference ath- terday. Second string pitchers will -
letics administered by a small hom- go with the regular squad to San
ogeneous group made up of insti- Francisco for the first game.
tutions of similar size and similar- ------ ------
academic and athletic standards, or
by a large organization with a A
heterogeneous membership, some of EN AVANT ever forward
the members of which ,are opposed A A eeto
letiso thelarge university type of ath- In the selection
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Starwas Wins Easily.
Lee Osborne, light heavyweight,
took a bad beating from Jack Star-
was in the feature bout of the eve-
ning and gave up the sponge after
the second round when he had no
chance of winning. Starwas never
wasted a blow. His lefts connected
at will against Lee's face and body
and the rights following shook him
several times. Osborne shot two
light rights to the body in the first
part of the opening round and
these were the only blows that he
was able to get through Jack's de-
fense.
Shaheen registered several heavy
blows on Helzerman's chin and won
a technical K. O. in the second{
round. The loser was held to de-
fense throughout the fight as Sha-
heen rushed him at the opening
bell and had the fight his way
throughout. Trometer, not to be
outdone, sent Galizia to the show-
ers via the same rout. Galizia
rushed out and concentrated .a
steady head attack for the first two
minutes but could not phase the
cool Trometer, and after the be-
ginning of the second Trometer
could have taken him. The towel
in the second was in favorof Ga-
lizia, who is a newcomer, and saved
him a terrific beating. The two
winners of these middleweight
bouts will meet in the finals Wed-
nesday, Mar. 11. It should make
one of the best bouts then.
Jack, Ralston kept hooking long
lefts to Golden but was weak in
the in-fighting and lost a close de-
cision. Ralston tried hard in the
final round but could not overcome
Golden's lead. Jack is a three-
month-old fighter, and has plenty
of future.

PU--HDU----WIL- FC
Buckeyes to Meet Chicago Five
in Other Big Ten Game
on Tonight's Card.
(Continued From Page 6)
eyes handed them in their first
game this year, the Riveters are .
out for a win.
Iowa is scraping bottom in the
Conference and they took a beat-
ing from Illinois last week, so their
chances do not look so good. Yet
they do want to turn in at least
one more victory this year, and
nothing would give them more
pleasure than to repeat on Purdue.
The odds are against it.
The other Big Ten scrap on the
hardwood floor will be between the
Ohio State Buckeyes and the Chi-
cago Maroons. This game arouses
little interest since these teams arc
at present occupying ninth and
eighth places respectively. If State
wins they will be tied just out of
the cellar, while if the Windy City
team comes out on top the Buck-
eyes will settle into a deadlock for
last place with Iowa, the present
incumbents of that inglorious posi-
tion.
Ohio took a drubbing from the
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latter failed to come through in his
customary form. Moisio put on a
fine showing in the high jump with
a 5 ft. 11 in. jump, but he could not
raisa his own record of 6 ft. 1-4 in.-
which he set in a previous meet.
In the sprints, Renwick tallied
for the Michigan team with a full
two seconds advantage over his
nearest rivals. Heston annexed
high hurdle honors for the Maize
and Blue while his teammate Alix
did the same in the 2-mile run.,
Patrick came through with a fine
showing for Michigan in the 35,
pound weight event with a toss of
44 ft. 6 1-2 inches.
Summaries:
60-yard dash-Won by Renwick
(M); Doner (M), Savage (I), Tay-
lor (I), tied for second. Time :06.4.1
65-yard low hurdles--Won by
Heston (M); Jackson (I), Lavicka
(I), tied for second. Time :07.7.
65-yard high hurdles-Won by
Lavicka (I); Jusek (M), Seeley (I),
tied for second. Time :08.7.
440-yard run-Won by Terwilli-
ger (I); Leck () second, Lindsay
(I) third. Time :52.3.
880-yard run--Won by Hamilton
and Peterson (I) tied for first;
Younger (M) third. Time 2:04.
1-mile run-Won by Smith (I) ;
Ali- (M) second; McManus (M)
third. Time 4:34.6.
2-mile run-Won by Alix (M);
West (I) second; Dickson (M) third.
Time 10:16.3.
Shot put-Won by Kamm (I);
Salmon (M); second; Blumenfeld
(M) third. Distance 43 ft. 9 1-2 in.
Pole vault-Won by Lassala (M)
and Myers (M) tied for first; Tay-
lor (I) third. Height 11 ft.
Broad jump-Won by Myers (M);
Henning (I) second; Rea (M) third.
Distance 22 ft. 1 in.
High jump-Won by Moisio (M);
Trybyszewski (M) and Immel (M)
tied for second. Height 5 ft. 11 in.
35-pound weight-Won by Pat-
rick (M); Blunck (I) second; Boone
(I) third. Distance 44 ft. 6 1-2 in.
Relay-Won by Illinois (Lindsey,
! Harbaugh, Leck, and Terwilliger).
Trime 3:33.8.
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the wrong dark brown hat from
the Penny Carnival please call
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Kalonic Beats Eliott. ;"o ' c r i4r U ant, LL~ -
Kalonic won every round from fday and they shouldn't be feeling
Red Eliott to win by a wide mar- so good about it, while in a special
gin. Kalonic's body blows told and chamber of their memory lies the
tired Red early in the second. In recollection of a one-point defeat
the other welterweight bout Knapp from the Maroons in their first er-
won from Heifitz, winning the right counter.
to meet Kalonic Wednesday.
Knapp's overhand right won for Chicago indeed, has a better out-
him as it connected hard against look than its opponents, for >I-
Heifitz' chin 12 times in the final though they too lost Saturday, it
round. was only by one point to the Hoo-
Joe Woodard's left was too much siers and they put up a fight that'
for McElwoin and won a wide de- made the game fast-moving and
cision in the lightweight class. Joe full of thrills for all,
was the second best figher on the
floor to Starwas. He did not need!
his right hand as his left pummelled
McElwoin at will. He ought to de- 5
feat Golden in the final of the
Pat McBride won the right to
meet Gallup in the featherweight Alum
championship by making experi-
ence win for him over Pocock. His
long lefts to the chin and body
easily won the last two rounds and SI EE Ii
piled up enough points to take the
decision. Greenberg forfeited to I
Hirata in the only fight in the fly-
weight division.

verine Cage Team
to Meet Indiana Five
(Continued From Page 6)
In the first game Miller and
Dickey proved to be the big threats
for the invaders, scoring 8 and 7
points respectively, while N o r m
Daniels and Eveland were Michi-
gan's high scorers with 11 and 9
points to their credit.
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Vanderbilt in a duo of games, and
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