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MARCH 31, 1931

THE MICHIGA"-N

DAILY

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ROM ISING VARS9,!IYK

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LACKOF GOD WITE OX HRLES
MAESRUH OO T LOS' ARM'l

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NOTICE
HISTORY 12 TUT~ORING and Re-
':i1x of Examr. Questions. YPer-
(-onally by 'TOMMIE MACID.
310 So. State St. :Phone 7927

IVI1 ILIIaI1:J. Before the spring training sea-
____son started th cr e was iihial
coming out the -er ramCi-
David, Right Wing Player, Has cagoa Whitf . tla raiaeit
Ability to Match Veteran the Pale Hoe er delo' em
Reid Next Year. Ein the Amer ic ,egue andig
They had added ne w mn~o Ia
Nine men of the 1931 fres',.mn U. Odfthadeairteth~~e
h-.ckoy team will receive numerals byte uthruoustino hc
as a reward for their efothiF' Ip~ieiflf~ O~uaet
year. From a list;,of outtan ing As the tl... m ngselecid -fham a hprk-
one usually expects to find a Cana)- fudta o~ ften~oi
!fuddian, and the list of FreshmenI were not quite ;i. 1 they were

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r4O1ING CHADVMPIONSHIPS

tramL~ral GAll' c for the Lidet

cl ccin Fic
(Continued fr
fof the Athletics.
{~i s Evans14: ger
the Cleveland ind
had years of expei
ing umpire in theI
i5 now one of th.
I .vo; of the (OVcll1
b a ll l( T & 1 ] i
(Ol') 11Hi ;.3Cl]E'.ft
Jwfcph- Carr: 1)
C.oir i _.s club oft

_ At 7:30 Delta K~appa. Epsilon and
-.°f x aAlpha Chi Sigma tonight will roll
of he final,) of the Interfraternity
rant P~eI ( £t blingtournament on the Union
aley. More than 50 fraternities
raFll m::z a c' : enterd this meet.
n-w; ves ' O /j lph)~a Chi Sima set a newv In-
ieuee;.t Le ic' h i la-auurl bOwling record last week
z.' ; <ztl aby olling 2,707. This mark broke
Amer:icazn.L1au-.;; he Pori-er record of 2.575 held by
laing c~ De lta ga Phi by 132 phis
-,, . Delta Upsilon won the champion
. ; ship last year but failed to gains a
Ec .,.. uut pu~iion ins the qualifying round
rthsr o nt } hen only 16 teams survived the
ced sto r.ky ( eliiation. On Thursday at the
=c . ; ; ic time, the winning raerit
)ircod'nt. pcan xviii roll the champion Inde-
(,1P .{ri N endot team, the Shiamrocks, for
ailioiig h thoe.All-University chamnpionship.

dentTtrCsPci; o h
Hillel and6,Chuc' ec~ ris
'T'en game.,il epi l9ec
day at 4:15 adtesn~ uue
at 5:15. All ani.swill hopoyd
on soth PrrField.

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i. .!1,edprices and all wor k 1hand.
.)ic..Prompt:'rvie hn
NATIVEPERSIAN studentinil the
Uniiversity is an expien.1(l!cefl
Or1ien;tal Rug repaoirer. R ead(y tot
do any kind of wo rk in thec na,-
Stive way, during vatiion. Raites>
vey reason able. D)ial 9094.
Nakhehevis 1 46
TYPWRTER& I1MFUGRAPH',-
I.[7 Co J1or asecalt
forovr wetyyeI'.rs Mdt at
writer & SttPiieey Sore,'31
South-ttetee.L
TYPxNG- Theses a ,jweeialty. F~air
rates. M. V. Ilvrtsut. ZDialf)087.
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It". (). 'F. C. SWI-Allf illikIlYlo

puc ksters this year is no excep-
tion, -Porte from Winnepeg, Mutii--
tuba being the sole Candian. Tihree
of the mien, Artz,, Cha-pma"n n
David are ,from Detroi , Coven try
and Fryberger are from l .luth,
while Mae Collum of Rochle . ,I, N.1
Y., and Muzzy from BLooxu flicwd
Hills, Michigan complete the lihsL.

cracked up to ho be.ore t3h arou'i,
CutEil 'trn t .: bc.'a lAg In t bk
Sisto lookesifDanL fus, i-
fall back upon 1; e L.b' O'
Lyons., with ayad':'~
which nlmay bt iiiun .t ,l.
what vlcto~ii (>12 'sI t. i
the ,year.jZ;

~C'ns I) odolc wmt T . O Cn
olpanyi-lon l po.ow iH 2
point, floid yClpal
fi su platioonW1i J oit.
Me3 glo oimoi ~ k
in hs ii Ii : e1 otuo U1(

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There were several good piayor>s Lyons hi., ~csKo iifuj:11oUIr'C~LL ihoi i
oan t his years.team 4, but ,outand' c-Iion . Foril i .I ,_. ;l, 1,exat ositioii anong ; that 2afl
iris' among ctm ,iall 1must.; Ye1- (beery the ;star.L i '0 hulro lc Amcooln c L , sOeito51. (bu"

(~onne(;t ed xv i 1 h the Aunerioai'
l2eag tie. 15 well (jUOlIlied I! or the
i)a5It~on lie VKLS an ii ii imate or -
otiKiKous of llau'io)i d. :'mind hi '1'''
~ e between b:a;eb'utl sea-cu',

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t1iu''d David, c.rig;ht w12'v 3player.n
1his consistently. brilliant work in
scr immages, against the -,varsityj
have attracted Coach Eddie LowA--1
ery's attention and he will be ura-
tically assured a position on next
years team if he can show the sauce
brand of play.
Fryberger and Artz, forwards, and'{
Chapman and McCollom defense
men, have shown enough in t=ime
games this year to indicate that
good varsity material will not be
lacking for these positions. Mu7zzy
and the other men 'should developf
and may adid strength to next year.s
puck sq uad.
Veterans to Return.
Besides these new men who arej
expected on next years squad, Tom-
kins, veteran goalie, Williams, Reid.,
Sindles, Crossman and Frumkes
will be back from this year's chamn-
pionship team.
WI1N I N TRACK FIT'
Freshman Lits Place Seconid With
37 1-6 to Winners' 42 $-2
in Initer-Class Meer.
As six new records were being
broken, the Freshman Engineers,
nosed out the Freshman Lits for I

club, one of tepo ataso- With a winning club Lyon:;s woiuoe1t1~ii~ ~ubi c'ge.n
the league, as oelf tiho 0 ndloubtedly hold the be ,zt r'c )t'd h mrcn i'f(si)nlBuk
the really great luhi i lie :n-111 ithe entire lee'u. al Lageth to eain(po-
tire American Lea_ , o v'(throveI Lyons is a right hander and a tesom icisinti 't~~i5
- - 1go(od one. For awi'lit loo ,etitlrrdgoF~o'J
('t ¢ n i ns lif A? Thoma', wa. ig w)to ci S') ate,'.;. lam l;'idg sc't V 0
0 him in the ranks of the White Sox thei American Leagueinder both:
Ihurlers buit the once brillis~.ono n ora'l lsm~u
S. Tomas has fgiven ouit and Lyon o itiat onecio .t
ta -'inu t4hrl wnnig)bl '. the ofhic m rakes hillo-,f in
er year. im winning 1best qualified for the 1)01met
h. ~ - own or Brins, o the presidency.
Although Lyons has a world of E ray:5uinott 'ltoo'of
Elbrt udo n nornatural stuff he also has acequired the St,. Louis Po3Di~u i n
Progrm forFirstYcar a reputation of being a pitcher w.hOosefin o atJh~o.Wa
uises his head to win ball gaiies. is one of tihe leadsirg rppe
enA- nounced. Few major league moundsm U sprt witrsinth cunryan
- - sot rtr nt gifted with many more pitching ':~. evj oi~urbaon
In"tead f d isco6newtinuing' freshi- brains thlami this Palte Hose twirler.'ofmninaa 1C05i
mn gymoe:ia Ldtsplint; recess This season Lyons expects to havetoBaar1)5bC
for theremindr it tmeschool another banner year, and -what fin- ' Mayor Entered.
yea r a, hs bee the ooinir pokiey! al standing position the White Sox;Jmm akr ao fteCt
o te ric edc ation'der r-will get for their play duingJmm ths:maoeo hect
of Nw Yok, Wlkerhas recently
nr nL:i. C~'cA. May;, head 0)f current year will largely be due to i b e inovedinaklittle political
the._patme ths plan-nect an Iesoi 'ta tebilatTdiber novdi
eaoaeotoradldO1'l)')-jtesoig ta hebilin Ie difficulty down Gotham wa~y, and'
an norpo-can make. phis name has been broughit up as ai
giamLfo . ; 4cl m n a te 1 11 g aI-- - - - - -possibility for the post.
Daton Ma {tc htwthteb- 7en again, .there is the chance
Drta sae ha ihth e11.ESHNiAN A CVITES :hat inone of the men mein ionE-d
ginning ofathe outdoor poll-7 it A1,rF }ER. SRUNG 1tE CESS xii cytthe Position. It may go
would be 4 )io ortime phical 3 . 1. Daily. tooncoleurscetofalb
. a~o uk ob:cothmedTiack.........Athletic Field in the league, or some othe:r out;-
thoghol'he- shool yea r like I aeball.......Athletic Field sdrwoenm a u e 'u
othe co 's onshe campus, andSocr....Iraul ct bogh
ic el htwt ten actGivities ocr....nrmua lg ruh up may step inl to win the
trutwtr t mmes,.h e rm ot Bali. . . . . .Inrmua ld.positionc. At;the present time how-
sheud po';e t beh~tOliY 'enns......inraiura Bifg.ever, the inside track for t11e job
uc hyicaly ot o ~ ^ I Golf ..........Intiramural Bld6g_ is held by Billy Evans, with H-ar-
tn2rC'In!Handball ...... Waterman Gymi ridg-e as the logicalchief s(
value as wel. Boxing'.....Waterman Gymnihl f tcmi zt f'o .... nd place.chiefr0-
OnIftemanpIocsOlteWrestling ......Watei'man Gym .
I~ .V '4'' n'v n liov t t ..'.t w i r u ' rI n .011

.'.!_ hl mCi Silg a's lineurp iicdes
- i"Oi iia, Carter, Bjorn, Lindeinmul-
u(C, and Kalloek. Yost, Everhardus,
:on,.;,..,er, c- nd Loui- will rol
4 } Otels Will Iplay D ors'y oilcourt
3'515t 1 odby inlthe semi-inmals
11,ti he lower bracket Cra d(al will
1110 IJoldy onl courts 12 at, tlhe samei

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in Con N
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Indoor base ball leagues are I O
b.eizng mladle upand the scheduiles R )V AP.\I 1_ > r'j
wIll be released Thursday of this t.jO
we0l. More than 60 teams are en-f W
ten'd and they will be grouped Iito7 WE
five leagues. ' vI Wt.in
lits"I s ate re-isteied ini the In- Tas :scvu v . : m._~ aw"
I EASTER is ext Snday

if I R I TY Zool, 32) TUTORING
:31'. .;o, 7Stat e St. Ph one-7927
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first place in the annual Inter- m ran how to swimrl, and with a pcri i! wmm lg intrYYencual oo
Class track meet in Yost Field# od of six weeks ini which to get . 4~ . .&F
house last night. The winner~s scor- I instruction in this port, Dr. MIVay P Cio .... . WteranGy
ed 42 1-6 points and the Frosh Lits sees ito reason wh 'y this objective;4P MT , h
made 37 -1-2.I should not be reached.4P.I.,T.&h
Th eno Egner cm atr Attendance two days o vr Class ..,,....... Waterman Gym
the first two with 12 1-2 points, ivee k is reouired of' all freshimen
followed by the Sophomore Engi- taking physical educ-ation. Those l CHICAGO--Tommy Loughran is
neers in fourth position with 10 1-2 activities' may be elected which the : confering with the Garden officials
points. The Frosh Lits, captained individual is most interested in and :at New York City about a match
by Armhein, placed fifth, Freshman include track, baseball, soft ball. 'with Jack Sharkey in 'June. The
Pharms sixth and the Junior Med- soccel°, tennis, golf, s wi m mi ng,, fighting sailor is said to have in-
ics last. handball, boxiig, ;.vm-stiing', or yml silted on meeting Loughran alter
In the closest race of the evening work. his recent defeat of Et'nie Schaa'f.
Alex beat out Klahn in the 880 by'A
a step, to set a new record of'~a
2:06 1-8, 18 seconds under the for-
mer mark. Klahn was timed at1
2.07. Blumenfleld set a new rec-
ord in the shot put event with a
heave of 39 feet 2 1-2 inches.a
By clearing 9 feet 11 inches, "
Kauppi broke the existing mark in .
the pole vault by 5 inches. Rlea w'tl't ' I 1.w
a broad jump of 19 feet 11 inches,
broke the former record by several a.
inches. Another new mark was es- 'J ;"
tablished when Jusek cleatedth
5 foot 11 1-2 inch bar on the hight
jump. In the mile run, Dicksons
smashed the sixth record of 'lhe
evening by running the race in ;
4:45:6.
Summaries.
65-yard low hurdles: I )omle I ,-i ooh T'r + 1 1 :.1'.) I", E,.) Bade
3, Loti (Suph.Lu~g'.) 4; tii'ie 7(.
440-yard rac: e W.cietn 0 Ii's54 1"n:".) 1;?
xi 16)y 0(11511Ii t~n'. 12; Binvl\\i ii (S.1J11'.Y
3; ], lsn( .s1lis i~ ,880-yard race: Ales 0 Iroslt En. ) I.: Kuhln _____________________
Soph.. laig.) 2; t ralaui ( i'iosh i l1)11g.)°'
!\iwplt 0(Sr. i'I.g. ) t:time 2 /S- -new
record by Ilitrvth an 18 seccotii.
Pole Vault: IatlJpli 0(F t'sli IFog. ) i : ANorth-
Brupiar 1 'rs 1t';) 2. I a e ( I''osh TIlts) 3 R ih t at this coppor[tunes time f or
i~oiltnlltt(Sr '. )4; new record oficf .
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