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SATURDAY, 'MARCH 14, 1931

T 14E ICHIGAN DAILY

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Returning Record Holders May
Set New Marks in Annual
Track Carnival.
Representatives of 58 college and
university track teams will compete
for honors this afternoon and to-
night in the fourteenth renewal of
the University of Illinois Relay
Carnival which will bring to the
Champaign Armory a stellar field
of athletes headed by thincladh
from every Big Ten institution; Big
Six, Missouri Valley, Central, Mid-
west, and other inter-state confer-
ences besides representatives from
the South and East. Michigan's en-
try will be composed of 14 stars
competing in seven different events.
Sprinters Are Good.
Coach Chuck Hoyt's entry is al-
most sure to pick up several places,
but just how high a record they
can hang up ishsomething to think
about. With such stars as Eddie
Tolan and Jack Campbell in the 75
yard sprints, and a mile relay team
with Russell, Glading, DeBaker and
Mueller running some of the fast-
est quarters in the middle west, the
Maize and Blue should not lack for
places. Tr two mile relay team
will be composed of Austin, Wolfe,
Braden and Turner, a combination
new in local circles, but one which
has shown some outstanding work
in individual performances.
Egleston, Jackson, Haefele and
DeBaker will be entered in both the

Tompkins Will Pilot
Michigan Puck Team

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Jack Tompkins,
Veteran goalie of the Michigan
Western Conference hockey cham-
pions, who has been elected to lead
the Wolverine puck team next sea-
son.
FIVE WRESTLERS
TO GO TO FINALS
Sigwart and Woodard Draw Byes
to Add to Varsity Total.

of Two Varsity Teams
Only Veteran Back
for Past Season.
om pkins, regular goalie ofj
digan Varsity hockey teamj
past two years, has been,
aptain of the 1931-32 puck
each Eddie Lowrey an-
last night.
election of Tompkins as
f the Western Conference
ampions for next season
popular Wolverine athlete
ition which no other Mich-
n has held in many years,
a leader in two Varsity
he same season. Tompkins
sen to lead the baseball
st year, and will serve in
acity of captain in that
is spring.
Entered a Skater.
ew pilot of the Maize and
tet hails from Royal Oak,
e town that gave Michi-
gular center, Keith Cross-
start on his hockey career.
oming to Michigan Tomp-
d considerable skating ex-
so that when he finally
der the tutelage of Lowrey
practically ready for Con-
competition.
e season Topkins served in
for the freshman puck
being the most brilliant
a fairly strong yearling
ion that was able to give
ulars a real battle every
t.
the past two years Tomp-
been responsible for sav-
y games from the fire for
verine team, and it has been
to a large extent that has
Michigan team in the race
ference honors. True the
nd Blue needed a strong
if it wished to take the
title, but without a bril-
an in the nets no hockey
no get very far.
ave Several Veterans.
year will see Tompkins pro-
the Michigan goal for the
aight season.'This year he
rting the schedule as the
eran on the squad, every
gularon the Michigan team
ome up from the freshman
last year. Next fall it will
ent. A strong veteran line-
such stars as Emmy Reid
th Crossman on the forward
I Bill Williams at one de-
ast, plus the addition of a
coming stars of the fresh-
m, will be in front of him
im in checking the Wolver-
nent8.

Thinclads in

Illinois

Relays

_.._

Inter-Class Tankmen
to Compete Monday
The inter-class swimming meet
will take place Monday, March
16, at 7:30 p.m. in the Intramural
pool. Managers who have not
entered their classes yet may do
so at that time. A team is com-
posed of four men. This number1
is necessary in order to get en-
trance points. The events are the
25-yard free style, 25-yard back
stroke, 25-yard breast stroke, re-?
lay, and diving, which will con-
sist of four required dives. A
man can enter only two events,
one of which must be the relay
or diving.
VASITY DUALIHIES
Schmieler and Kennedy Share
Limelight by Breaking
Four Records.
(Continued From Page 6)
Five preliminary heats were run
off to determine the swimmers to
compete in the semi-finals of the
50-yard free style sprint. Every
heat was closely contested, with
Meigs and .Marcus of Michigan,
emerging the victors in their re-
spective races. Fenske of Michigan
swam second to Oker of Chicago in
another heat, but Klintworth failed
by inches to qualify for the semi-
finals after getting away to a bad
start.
In the semi-finals, Fenske and
Marcus each won their heats, but
Meigs, who finished second, was
disqualified for going out of his
lane. Captain Wilson and Covode
of Northwestern, Oker of Chicago,
and Carter of Purdue, all qualified
for the 50-yard sprint finals to-
night. Carter was the only Purdue,
man to come through-
In three heats of the century free
style swim, five men gained the

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RELAY CARNIVAL
This year's relay carnival which'
took place Thursday night proved
to be the best affair of its kind ever
held by the Intramural department.
Twenty-five fraternity, six class,
and six independent teams partici-
pated in the half-mile relay.
Phi Sigma Kappa led the quali-
fiers in the fraternity division with
a time of 1:39.3. Alpha Sigma Phi,t
Sigma Phi, and Phi Kappa Psi were'
the other teams to qualify for the
finals whi.h will be run off the
night of the Cornell-Michigan meet.
Phi Kappa Psi are the defending
champions.
The sophomore Lits, captained by
Boettler, won the inter-class relays
making the best time of the eve-
ning by negotiating the distance in
1:35.3. However, due to the fact
that one of the members of the
team, Robert Lamb, is an engineer-
ing student this group has been
disqualified and the second place
team, the sophomore engineers, has
been declared the winner. The in-
dependent winner was the Sham-
rocks.
FRATERNITY HOCKEY.
Delta Upsilon and Xi Psi Phi won
their way into the semi-finals of.
the fraternity hockey tournament
by defeating DeltaAlpha Epsilon
and Delta Kappa Epsilon, respec-
tively. It was necessary for the
Delta Upsilon-Delta Kappa Epsilon
game to go into an overtime period
before either team could get the
puck into the net. Litzenberg scored
the only point one minute after
the opening of the extra period,
giving Delta Upsilon a 1-0 victory.
Campbell, Johnson, and David star-
red for Xi Psi Phi in their 6-0 win
over the Delta Kappa Epsilon sex-
tet.
ALL-CAMPUS ACTIVITIES
Seven all-campus activities are
scheduled to take place within the
next two weeks and in addition one
event, bowling, is to be competed
on March 16. The foul shootingr

has scheduled more than thirty-
eight entries to date.
During the Open House festivities
March 25, all-campus tournaments
will be under way in wrestling,
fencing, and gymnastics. The sev-
enth tournament will be the "twen-
ty-one" starting March 30.

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hurdle events as well as in the spe- (Continued From Page 6) the regu
cial .320-yard shuttle relay affair. WoodardMich. drew a bye.time out
Captain Pottle is the only Michiganrdr bDuring
entry g s 145-pound division: Dyer, Chi- nsuhas
etyin the field even'ts, doing his bn a
usual performance in the pole vault. cago, defeated Benz, Mich., deci- ing man
Butler Barred. sion 6:45; Goings, Ind., defeated the Wolv
Darlington, Wis., jai, &:20; Kinzie, his work
Big Ten teams are 'liable to run Minn., defeated Atkinson, Purdue, kept the
into a mess of fireworks at the meet decision, 0:07; Hall, Ohio State, de- for Con
with the announcement that the feated Barrington, Northwestern, Maize a
Butler University entry had been decision, 6:01. offensive
refused due to its conflict with the 155-pound-Kintzell, Purdue, de- Big Ten
North CentraleAssociation. Berl feated Karston, Wis., fall, 3:45; liant ms
Nelson of Butler was considered Kintzell, Purdue, defeated Cooms, team ca:
one of the best possibilities for the Iowa, fall, 8:36; Ross, Indiana, de- H
high jump title. feated Orfield, Minnesota, decision, Next y
Records are bound to fall when 5:10; Wilson, Michigan, defeated tecting t
the relays are concluded, for with Tod inter, Chicago, ::01. third str
only a few exceptions record hold- 165 - pound c 1 a s s - Dougovito, was star
ers of last year will return to de- Michigan, defeated Waraksa, Indi- only vet
fend their honorsith practically ana, 4:38. other're
the same entry list. Missouri, win- ( 175-pound class-Hageneow, Pur- having'c
ner of the mile university relay last due, defeated Gabel, Chicago, deci- team of
year; Notre Dame, winner of the sion, 3:45; Coughlan, Iowa, defeated be differ
two mile university run; and Mar- Stoddard, Michigan, fall, 3:25; Bell- up, with
quette, which took the medley shaw, Indiana, defeated Wyss, Wis- and Keit
event, are sending veteran teams to consin, fall, 1:30. line and
the 1931 meet. Kansas State Teach- Heavyweight class-Rascher, In- fense po
ers college which won both the mile diana, defeated Joslin, Illinois, de- pair of (
and two mile college relays last cision, 2:08; Reif, Michigan, de- man tea
year is entered again as is Michi- feated Trimberger, Wisconsin, de- aiding h
gan State Normal College, which cision, 7:58. ine oppo
will attempt to retain its title hon-
ors in the medley relay. I
Stars Will Run. 80A IA
Special event winners in 6 events
will also be competing again. They
include: Lee Sentman of Illinois 1n. (No Admission Cha
the 75 yard low and high hurdles, _(N__AdmssoCha
Gordon of Miami in the 300 yard
dash, Ray Putman of Iowa State inUSIT
the 1,500 meters, McDermott of Il-
linois and Tom Warne of North-RCT
western, who tied for first place in
the pole vault, and Edward Gordon DAVID MATTERN, C(
of Towa in the broad jump. Barney
Berlinger, Pennsylvania's great de- Sun., March 15, 4:1 ,'H
cathalon performer, a record hold-
er and victor in the all-around, isH NP
also entered again in the Illinois
series.
series.Violoncellist, anc
The main meet will be held in
the evening and officials promEeA
to conclude the' whole serie~s off
event in less than two hours' time.l Accompanist
The all-around championship and'
the college relays will be held in Sun., March 22, 4:15, Mend
the afternoon as will the prelim- -v
inary heats in all the special events.
The huge armory where the meet(ASS iLBESE
is to be run off has a 75 yard W
straight-away and the track meas- Violinist, and
ures six and three-quarters laps to BEL
the mile.
Michigan institutions besides the Pianist, ona R
University that have entered men P
in the events include: Detroit, City Sun., March 29, 4:15, Mend
College of Detroit, Michigan Nor- _
mal College, Western State Teach-
ers' College. and Michigan State JRI
College.]Pianist
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BOWLING TOURNEY
Howard Mills is leading in the7
singles with a 642 score. As this is,
an unusually high score, it will
probably withstand all challenges
throughout the balance of the tour-
nament which will close next Tues-
day.
The doubles division of the tour-
nament is conducted on an elimi-
nation basis. Schwenker and Ma-
loney are sure of their places in
the finals by defeating Fontana and
Kallock 1062 to 952. In the other
bracket, Mills and Smith await the
determination of their opponents
for the semi-finals.
FACULTY SQUXS I
In the Faculty Class 'A" squash
competition, Bob Angell has ad-
vanced to the semi-finals where he
will meet the winner of the Daw-
son-Dorsey match. In the lower
bracket, Matt Mann has gained his
place in the semi-finals and is'
awaiting the result of theBoak-
Riskey match, for the determina-
tion of his opponent.
This tournament is being run off
on a double elimination basis which
enables a contestant to be beaten
once and still have a chance for
the title.
Next week more than thirty class
"B" players will start playing in
the first round of their tournament.
The classification is determined by
the number of years that the con-
pelitor has played the sport and
the skill or ability that he has. at-
tained.
INDEPENDENT CAGE TEAMS
The league winners of three of
the four independent divisions have
been determined. The Has Beens,
Lawyers, and Fletcher Hall have
-won their leaguest The Alcaponies
and the Michiganders ended the
regular season in a tie and will play
it off' before their league winner
can be named. Two games will be
played on March 19 that will deter-
mine the finalists. The finals are
scheduled for March 25.
FRESHMAN BASEBALL
Freshman battery candidates
report at 3:00 o'clock Monday,
March 16, at Yost Field House.
Bring your own suits.
BENNIE OOSTERBAAN
Freshman Baseball Coach

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NEW YORK, Mar. 13.-( P)-The
dispute between the Montreal Ma-
roons and New York Americans as
to which team is to get into the
Stanley Cup playoffs as third place
team in the National Hockey
League's Canadian division seems
destined to go on to the bitter end.
But otherwise the places in the
standings are settled for all prac-
tical purposes.
The Maroons and Americans still
have mathematical chances of over-
taking the second place Toronto
Maple Leafs and the Chicago
Blackhawks, and the New York
Rangers hold the same relationship
in the American division, since Chi-
cago pulled ahead last night.
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right to show their wares again tournament continues until the end
tonight, of which three were Wol- of the present month.
verines and the other two werei The first Codeball tournament to
Wildcats. Marcus, Ladd, and Klint- be sponsored by the department will
worth qualified for Michigan, and start March 18. More than twenty
Troup and' Wilson for the Purple, 'entries have been received for the
the latter turning i the best time, initial competition. The All-Campus
:55.2. track meet is scheduled on March
Preliminaries in the fancy diving 19. This meet usually draws a large
were held in the afternoon. Lob- entry list. Last year, Haefele and
dell, present Big Ten champion, Hitt tied for individual honors.
copped first, but the diving was I On March 23,- there is the all-
-much below par. Fenske was click- campus swimming meet. R. J. Pat-
ing well and took second, while lon was the individual winner last
Raike of Michigan was third. season and he is defending his lau-
Schmieler's new record of 1:44.6 rels again this year. On this same
did not last long in the 150-yard date another Badminton tourna-
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Sun., April 5, 4:15, Mendelssohn Theater
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Violonist, and
LOUISE NELSON, Pianist in Sonata Recital
Sun., April 26, 4:15, Mendelssohn Theater
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