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S

Y, MARCH 20, 1931

THE TCHT A DAILY

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AGAINST CORNELL

High 5
Play

chool Fives
First Round

Egleston and Wolfe Should Turn
in Victories in Hurdles
and Mile Run.
Two of the outstanding track-
sters who will compete in the Cor-
nell classic tomorrow night with
the idea of turning in a couple of
first places for Michigan are Haw-
ley Egleston, Coach Chuck Hoyt's
ranking hurdler and Harmon Wolfe,
the best miler on the Varsity squad.
Egleston came here from Hyde
Park high school in Chicago where
he held the state hurdle title for
Illinois. He is one of the quartet
of sophomore hurdlers who are
carrying all the responsibility for
this event for Hoyt this year. At
present he ranks with the best
hurdlers on the Michigan honor
roll, holding a tie for the Yost
field house record at :08.4.
Ranks High in Big Ten.
Although his performance has
been ratlier in and out in the past
few weeks, he has chalked up a
fairly enviable record, which he
seems bent on improving at the ex-
pense of the Red and Whte +timber
toppers from the East. Over at
West Virginia in the first meet of
this season and Hawley's baptism
of fire as a member of the Varsity,
'he set a new record for the Morgan-
town field house in the low jumps
with a mark of :08.1 and then tied
the high mark with :08.8. With his
first indoor track season about to
be concluded, Egleston a r e a d y
ranks as fourth in the Big Ten
hurdling circles. His competition
against Hart of Cornell tomorrow
should add another victory to his
roster.
One of the. best events on the
program for the meet will be the
spirited contest between Wolfe and
Arthur Martin of Cornell for the
dual meet championship in the1
mile. Although Harmon is a bit out
of condition owing to a touch of
the fiu, he can be depended upon
to put forth all he has, for there
is a good deal of rivalry between
these two milers. Last year over at
the Ithaca oval, Harm set a new
dual Meet record for the course
only to have Martin come back a
week or so ago and break that rec-
ord.
- Wolfe Out to Win.
The same tough luck has hit him
in regard to the Yost field house
record for after setting a record at
4:26.7 in the triangular meet he
only held it a week before Dale
Letts, the Chicago ace, came along
and knocked it all to smithereens.
Thus, with nothing to defend and
everything to gain, the little Mich-
igan miler is going to make Martin
run a whirlwind of a heat if he
wants to win.
Wolfe hails from Lakewood high
school in Ohio where he ran the
half and the mile for a couple of
years. While a freshman under
Coach Hoyt he could make the 8
laps in 4:30 and better. He is now
a junior in the physical education
department. He was a member of
the cross country team last season
and will captain the squad during
its next schedule.
Even the Western Conference
took notice of the little Varsity mil-
er last spring when he took the
fourth place in the big outdoor
meet. He had a bit of tough luck
in the indoor meet at Madison this
year when he was knocked down
by a fellow runner and lost his pace.
He was a member of the two-mile
relay team which set up a new
record over at West Virginia at 8:05
lowering the old record 23 seconds.!
The same tam competed in the
Illinois relays but was edged out
of a win by a small margin. His
mark over at Cornell last year was
4:25, and it is this mark which he
must repeat or better to win to-
morrow.

in State Tournev
Class A
At Pontiac: Fordson 16, Port Hu-
ron 16. Fordson declared winner,
17-16 on point system.
At Owosso: Saginaw Eastern 26,
Pontiac 21.

Egleston Ranks High
Among Star Hurdlers:
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INTRAMURAL
NEWS
INTER -FRATERNITY TRACK
Intrmnural offlcias are looking
forward in anticipation to a great
inter-fraternity track meet next
Tesday night. This event was a de-
cided success last year and the
number of entries already register-
ed at the office far exceds those
of last year. Phi Kappa Psi are
the defending champions and they
hive entered men in every event in
the hope of capturing this trophy
again. Fraternities are not allow-
ed to enter freshmen who did not
compete in the AiI-Frosh meet.
There is no limit to the number
of entries that a house may send
in. To receive entrance points a
team must have six men in the
meet. The entries will close tonight
at 9:00.oeong

REACH SEM*I-FINAL
Alpha Sigma Phi, Trigon, Phi
Sigma Kappa, Beta Theta
Pi in Finals.

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Class B
At Grand Rapids: Iron Mountain
22, Travers City 12.
At Ypsilanti: St. Joseph's, Detroit,
19, Negaunee 18.
Class C
At Mount Pleasant: St. Mary's,
Saginaw, 19, Reed City 16.
At Lansing: University High,
Ann Arbor, 20, Gladstone 18; Char-
levoix 21, St. Leo, Detroit, 16.
At Grand Rapids: St. Augustine,
Kalamazoo, 19, Holland Christian
18, tie decided on points.
i lass D
At Lansing: St. Thomas, Ann Ar-
bor, 29, Maple Rapids 16; Richmond
29, Saginaw Lutheran 9.
At Owosso: South Lake, St. Clair
Shores, 28, Comstock Park, Grand
Rapids, 25.
FOUR WOLVERINES
A T LEFTHANDED
Half of Batters on Michigan's
Regular Team Hit From
Wrong Side.
College baseball has never been
noted for an over-abundance of
players that took their cuts at the
ball from the left side of the plate,
yet the Michigan team of 1931 will
offer a direct contrast to this ac-'
^epted fact. No less than four ,of
the Wolverine .regulars, half of the
team that will play day in and day'
out for Michigan, will be portside
batters.
In yesterday's practice session in
the batting cages at Yost field
house the honors were about even,
with four southpaw hitters and
four right handers taking a part
:n the batting drill. Jack Tompkins,
Harry Eastman, Roy Hudson, and,
Larry Butler all take their cuts
from the wrong side of the plate,
while John Drabicke, Norm Daniels,
Art Superko, and Mike Diffley were
the right handers in attendance.
Few of the hits that were made
in yesterday's batting drill were of
the resounding variety that spells
extra base blows on a diamond.
This was due largely, however, to
the fact that conditions outdoors
made the lighting in the field house;
extremely hard on the batters.
With a minimum of light to hinder
them, the Varsity sticksmiths were
at a distinct disadvantage to the
pitchers, who were able to curve
the balls across the plate with rea-
sonable assurance that they would
not be driven back at them.
Several of the pitchers showed toj
good advantage when it came to
putting deceptive curves and dropst

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. .:J.I;BADMINTON
GAEs7TON Drawings for the badminton tour-
nament have been made with first
Ranked as fourth best hurdler in and second round matches schedul-
the Western Conference, is ex- ed to be completed by the end of
petted to add a first to Michigan's next week. The matches are as fol-
total in his favorite event against lows: S h a w-Chalmers; Pick-Ed-
Cornell. wards; Butchart-Uhlenbeck; Youn-
MIH G N T AM g e r-Redmiss; Johnston-Benedict;
MICHIGAN TEAMS Schnapp-Lord; Campbell-B a c o n;
WIN EXHIBITIONSIWalker-Yetter;QGreenbaum-Kissel;
SC u r t i s-Carson; Combe -Edleman; i
Cadillac Athletic club journeyedu Neitske-Miller; Booth-Ott; Lederle-
to Ann Arbor to play a series of Coursey; Bettyjohn-Damm; Powell-
exhbiton quah ad hndbllMathews. Booth and Pocock draw'
exhibition squash and handball byes. Players are asked to call each
matches with a picked Michigan other and arrange their matches.
team in vain, as the Wolverines won INDOOR TENNIS
the squash exhibitions 3 to 2 and Snell and Hirschman will meet
the handball 5 to 2. in the semi-finals match Saturday
Reindell and Boak lost their morning at 10 o'clock. The winner
matches to Tate and Harris by the of this match will play Oppelt for
matchessamescoretoiateeandlasyththe championship. The final con-
ae score, -at in the only t test is scheduled for Open House
games. Angell won from Wiley 3-1 Night, March 25.
and Wilson" 3-2 to even the team CODEBAL e
scores. Lukens and Mason put on In the first round of the code-
the closest match of the evening ball tournament Jungito defeated
with Lukens of Ann Arbor finally Cooper, Groth beat Larson, and
winning out 3 to 2.AI Phelps won'from Hrelles. The quar-
[ tater finals will be played at 7 o'clock
o n icheiganlosttoatchesReinerWednesday, March 25. All matches
IefMichigan lost to Lichenstein in in advance of that must be finish-
the first match 2-1. Then the Wol- ed by then.
verines won 4 straight contests as edbythen.
Walker defeated Winter 2-1, Bishop
scored 2 to Ruhl's 1, Phelps won Wolverines to Enter
from Rohrmosher 2-1, and Husband National Tank Meet
beat McGrath by the same score.
The second Michigan defeat came (Continued from Page 6)
when Corrick won a close match latter, who has been improving all
fro'm Goodman 2-1. Cohen gave is a pretty good indication of
Michigan her fifth victory by shut- swimming. Fenske and Raike in the
ting out Plotkin 2 to 0. These play- the time, will certainly do their
ers that represented the home team part to put the Michigan team up
are a selected group by the Intra- at the top when the swimming aces
mural depariment of the better of the country meet at the Lake
players in the two sports. Shore Athletic Club next Friday
The handball and squash team I and Saturday.
will journey to Detroit to play the All athletic awards to be made
same teams from the Cadillac club this year will be deferred until the
later in the season, Earl Riskey an- Wolverines have returned from the
nounced last night. nationals, although the selection
of men made to take the trip
Figures Show Hockey is a pretty good indication of
the favored men on the squad. Un-
Gaining in Popularity til they have done this last bitfor'
the Maize and Blue, however, there
According to figures released yes-C will be no announcement from the
terday by Harry A. Tillotson, busi- University board.
ness manager, the attendance at Regular practice sessions will
the home hockey games exceeded continueuntil the squad packs its
that of a year ago by more than grips to leave town next Thursday
twenty-five per cent.-for the windy city. The coach is
These figures seem to indicate keeping his stars constantly at
that here, as in other places where work with the divers cutting the
the game is played, hockey is ra'- water most of the afternoon, and
pidly gaining in popularity. the racing entries running in heats
The skating rink, which is also of twos and threes when not tak-
owned and operated by the Athletic ing a whirl at it by themselves. The
association, showed a slight de- times that the men are making, as
crease in attendance over that of recorded by the stop watch that
last year, but the increased hockey Mann holds on them each time
receipts more than made up for this they swim a lap, are still first rate
deficit, and combined to make tlk and indicate that the team will be
season the most profitable intlin the best of condition to enter
history - the Co--i-- n. the National Intercollegiate meet.
FRATERNITY JEWELRY PARTY FAVORS
A.RA~_JEWELRY SHOP
CARL F. BAY
JEWELE~ AND OPTOMETRIST
Nickels Arcade

Semi-finalists in the inter-fra- 215-17 E. Liberty Street
ternity basketball race were deter- Will call for and deliver
mined last night when Xi Psi Phi_46
lost to Alpha Sigma Phi 14-41, Phi FRATERNITIES & SORORITIES
Sigma Kappa defeated Theta Chi Piano Tuning! Phone 6676, Victor
15-7, and Trigon eked out a victory Allmendinger, the concert artist
over Delta Tau Delta 10-8. These tuner. Tuner for Univ. School of
thre DinersTan deta Th-t. Pi Music. Office at residence, 1608
three winners and Beta Theta Pi Morton Ave. 345C
will meet Monday night in the de-
termination of the finalists. NOTICE-6% long term mortgage
Alpha Sigma Phi sprang a sur- loans on new Ann Arbor homes
prise by so decisively trouncing Xi without bonus or service charge.
Psi Phi. Before, the Alpha Sigs Clyde M. Smith. Call 4356. 246C
were not rated as a high scoring
machine and although they were CHARACTER ANALYSIS - Mail
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they were not considered a strong on unruled paper, 50 words or
team. But after last night, they
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After running up a score of 19-4 St. 23
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a great number of dog shots. The
score was 3-2 at the half indicating
the closeness of the game. Lindsay
scored 6 points for the winners and
Fuoss 5 for the losers.
Trigon will meet the strong Beta
outfit as a result of their win last
night. The score was 0-0 at the e dro
half time as each team used a care-
ful type of basketball. Delta Tau prices has
Delta forged into the lead in theremarkab1
second period 8-3 with but minutes
to play. Clark was inserted into Tri- season's T
gon's lineup and proceeded to make
two baskets himself and passed to
his teammate to net another. These
6 points in addition to a gift shot
won their ball game, 10-8. CAr
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on the pitches, but most of them
showed a tendency to wildness that
must be corrected before they can
be of much assistance to the Var-
sity team Lefty McKay, chief can-
didate for portside honors on the
Michigan team, managed to put a
lot of stuff on the ball but his wild-
ness kept the batters constantly
ducking.
Michigan Nine Cards
Heavy Game Schedule
(Continued from Page 6)
Indiana, Wisconsin, and Ohio State.
A single game is posted against
Chicago at Chicago.
Another slight change in the
schedule as previously "-pounced
has been made in the dates of the
last two Michigan State games. Or-
iginally they were booked for June1
18 and 19, but have been changed
to June 19 an 20 instead.

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