' 'HUSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1931
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LVARSITY TO OPEN TRACK SEASON TG,
TRIANGLE MEET WITH DETROIT, YPSI
WIL MARK HOYT'S CAHEINE DEBUT
WTo1ves Favored Over Opponent
in Season Inaugural at
Yost Field House.
Michigan's Varsity track team
will see its first inter-collegiate
competition of the indoor season
tonight at 7:30 as host to a tri-
angular meet with Detroit City Col-
lege and Michigan Normal thin-
clads which is, incidently, Coach
Charles Hoyt's baptismal collegiate
meet as head coach of the Wolver-
The Varsity should carry away
the winning margin in a fairly easy
manner by amassing a goodly lead
in the track events which are their
best bet. Thrills will not be lack-
ing, however, for there will be sev-
eral individual stars featured in the1
mile, the half, arid the hurdles.
Smythe Will Not lRun.
Coach Hoyt's squad will enter the
meet in excellent condition with
Smythe the only man out because1
of injuries. He pulled a tendon inI
his leg and will be unable to take
part in the dashes. Tolan, Camp-
bell, and Klein will carry the Var-
sity colors in this event and should
walk away with at least two places.
Four men are to be entered in
Bach events with only three places
counting for points. The probable
entries in the 65-yard high hurdles
are Egleston, Haefele, DeBaker, and,
Jackson with Kronfeldt t a k i n g
flaefele's position in the low ones.
Quarter Will be Close.
Michigan's quarter-milers will be
selected from among Russell, Allen,
Glading, Mosser, and Eknovich. This
will be one of the outstanding races
of the meet with Russell striving
for a win over Lewis of Detroit and
Beatty of the Ypsi squad, both of
whom are veteran flashes- in this
Eknovich will also run in the
half-mile with Braden, Turner, and
Chase. Turner will probably carry
off first honors for the Maize and
Blue. Wolfe, Crawford, Ostrander,
and either Feustal or Smith are
slated for the honor of running the
mile. The entries for the two-mile
feature run are Austin, Hill, Howell,
The entrants for the mile relay
run has not been definitely deter-
mined as yet, but the baton carriers
will be selected from among a,
wealth of stars including Russell,
Allen, Turner, Mosser, Glading, De-
Baker, and Eknovich.
Three field events, the 16-pound
shot put, high jump, and pole vault,
are scheduled to be run off at 7:30.
Gafill, Cox, Van Akkeren, Noyes,
and O'Neil are the candidates for
the high jump competition. Dravel-
ing, Cox, Goldsmith, and Marshall
will perform in the shot event with
Capt. Pottle, Dougal, and Hum-
phreys doing the pole vault grind.
No definite time has been set for
the running off of the track events,
but they have been arranged so as
to be run off in the shortest time
possible. The events will start with
the high hurdle trials and continue
through the dashes, the mile, 440,
low hurdles, 2-mile, half-mile, and
the relay. Admission will be by
Landis' Reign MICHIGAN FIGHTS
Czar Threatened FOR HOCKEY LEADI
Maize and Blue Meet Wisconsin
..: _ in First Game of Series.
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scoring duo of Keith Crossman at
center and Emmy Reid at wing.!
Tom Prouse and Bill Williams are
fixtures for the two defense posts,
while Jack Tompkins will take able
care of the Michigan meshes. A
newcomer to the squad, Joe Frum-
M kes, will be the spare forward, while
-. Charles Hildner, who saw a little
service at the beginning of the sea-
son, will act as extra defense man.
ROBINSON LEADS TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
HOCKEY SCORERS rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9087.
Windsor Star Tops International ---------
League With 46 Points. WAI*.rED
Chi Phi and Tau Kappa Epsilon Earl Robinson, brilliant center of
the Windsor hockey club, is leading
Stage Close Battle Won the International League in scoring
by Former, 14-13.
OVER PHI CHL li-
Play in the Intramural basket-
ball leagues continued last night,
vith all of the favorites coming
through unscathed. Psi Upsilon,
which had been mowing down all
of their early season opponents by
overwhelming scores ran into a lit-
tle sterner opposition than usual
with a total of 46 points, reprosent-
ing 31 goals and 15 assists. His
nearest 'opponent, Billy Holmes, of
the tailend Syracuse team, has only
35 points, gained by 12 goals and1
In third place, tied at 31 points.
are Ken Doraty, Cleveland right
winger aid Lorne Duguid, wingman
of the second place Windsor Bull-
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Judge Kenesaw M. Landis,
ae_ Hosiers Czar of baseball, whose posit
(Continued From Page S) at the head of the national pasti:
Sapora of Illinois, the winner of has been threatened recently as t
borfhIBi TeandsNheinrfresult of an argument involving t
both the Big Ten and Nationalhp awarding of Fred Bennett, claim
championships. b eea ifrn aealcu
Hawkins i s expected to hold the by several different baseball club
126 pound assignment, with Capt.-
Belshaw scheduled for the 135 Pennock Quits Ranks
pound position. Goings, another of Yankee Hold-ou
veteran from last years team, is
slated for the 145 pound division, (By Associated Press)
and Ross of football fame is a cer- NEW YORK, Feb. 1.-The N
tainty to hold down the 155. York Yankees' hold-out list r
Three more famous football stars dwindled to two-Lyn Lary, sho
are slated for the assignments in stop, and Sam Byrd, outfielder.
the heavier classes, but the elder Latest to come to terms are H
Belshaw is the only veteran. Mit- Pennock and Johnny Allen, pit
chell and Rasher, the new men, ers. Pennock, the smart southpo
have shown flashes of form in the has been in the major leagues sir
early meets and must be reckoned 1912 but still can fool, opposi
with as capable performers. batsmen consistently.
The Wisconsin starting lineup as and only managed to emerge vic-
given out last night by Coach Carl- torious through a last half spurt in
son includes Frisch in the nets their game with Phi Chi, 11-6. I
Kabat and Captain Metcalfe at the The closest battle on the eve-
defense posts, Bach at center, and ning's schedule was between Chi
Thompson and Meiklejohn at the Phi and Tau Kappa Epsilon, the
wing positions. Siegal and Kibista decision going to the former by the
are with the club as spare wing- score of 14-13 after forty minutesI
men, while Gallagher is expected of battling. It was a see-saw battle
to see service at center. from the starting whistle to the
The Wisconsin team, which start- final gun, with a long shot deciding
ed out the season with victories the issue with less than thirty sec-
over all of the leading western col- onds to go. In the only other close
legiate teams, seem to have struck battle on the card, Phi Kappa Psi
the skids of late and has dropped bowed to Tau Delta Phi, 15-10.
three consecutive road games, one Other results follow:
to Marquette and two to Minnesota. Alpha Tau Omega 14, Delta Tau
Inasmuch as Michigan recently de- Delta 28
feated the Hilltoppers in two Delta Alpha Epsilon 8, Alpha
straight games, 4-1 and 4-0, and Kappa Lambda 25
also holds two decisions over the Phi Epsilon Kappa 7, Alpha Ome-
Gophers, the Wolverines stack up ga 13
on paper to be the better team. Theta Chi 32, Kappa Nu 2
Expect Large Crowd. Phi Alpha Phi 15, Theta Kappa
The first capacity crowd of the Nu 3
season is expected tonight to wit- Phi Sigma Kappa 32, Zeta Beta
ness the first clash of this series, Tau 6.
but chances are, that the attend- I Besides these, Trigon, Delta Sig-
ance record on Saturday will out- ma Delta, Alpha Rho Chi, and Beta
number tonight's mark. Admission Theta Pi were officially credited
for both games will be 50 cents. with victories by the forfeit route.
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