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Ypsilanti Gleans 42 1-2 Points as
Detroit City College
Is Held to 10.
By Bill Myers
Michigan's Varsity t h i n c 1 a d s
opened the 1931 indoor traek sea-
son last night in Yost field house
with a brilliant win over Detroit I
City college and Michigan Normal
in a triangular meet which toppled
over four field house records and
tied a fifth. Michigan scored 66%12
points to 421/2 for the Ypsilanti
team and 10 for the Detroiters, tak-
ing four first places to two for the,
Norm alites and a single for Detroit.
New records were established in
the mile run, the two mile, the low
hurdles and the 880 with the former
high hurdle record tied. It was a
most auspicious start for Coachi
Chuck Hoyt as Varsity coach.
Austin gave one of the most
spectacular performances of the
meet in the two mile run when he
completely lapped his opponent in
a fast finish to lower the old house
record by 14 seconds.
Michigan proved especially strong
in the track events completely
shutting out the visitors in the 440-
yard run which Russell won in the
fair time of 52.1 sec., closely follow-
ed by Gladding. Wolfe also came
in for his share of the glory when
he lowered the time for the mile
two-tenths of a second to garner
a first place for the Varsity.
Beatty, Michigan Normal's color-
ed flash pulled a surprise when he
took the high hurdles over Egles-
ton of Michigan. Beatty's time tied
the house record at 8.4 seconds.
Arnold of Michigan Normal also
set a new house record of 1 min.
58.9 sec., in the half mile to beat
Turner, Michigan's entrant. Simms
of Ypsi set a new record of 7.3 sec.
in the low hurdle trial heats only
to have his buddy, Beatty, beat
him in the finals and tie the record.
Summary:
65 yard high hurdles -Won by
Beatty (Ypsi) ; Egleston (Mich.)
s e c o n d; Haefle (Mich.) third;
Simms (Ypsi) fourth. Time 8.4 sec.

firs fINDEPENDENT TEAMS. inaugurate a class for Tue.sdy and
Ties field house record. Miinsesota to Afford Michigan Thursday evenings at 7:30, for
60 yard dash - Won by Tolan Swimm ners Their First Big /rnouncement comes from the which a small fee would be chorg-
(Mich.); Campbell (Mich.) second; en p' Com tcon. Intramural Department that there Cd.
Lewis (Det.) third; Brown (Ypsi) is still time for any Independent ,Inaa a definie aInnoUic-
fourth. Time 6/. sec. :z When Coach Mart Mann and his Teams which would like to try for ment has already been made by the
One mile run - WVon by Wolfe!ofcilinhagofteewU-
Michigan natators invade the poe1 the All-Year Trophy to enter a versity course, that no one would
(Mich); O'Conner (Ypsi) second;'
Criger (Ypsi) third; Fitzgibbons of the Minne ota Gophers next Sat- team and have a chance to effec- be permitted to play unless they
(Mich.) fourth. Time 4 min. 26.7 urday night, they expect to admin- tively compete with teams already could demonstrate some knowledge
see. New field house record. ister the first defeat of the season entered. Only three of the ten of the etiquette of golf and the
440. yarddrun -do oy Russell , a sports on which points are awarded game itself, it is expected that
(Mich.) ; Gladding (Mich.) second; to th:e Nors~:ee a.. cowere, that hv eeIu f eidstemany will wish to take advantage
Eknovich (Mich.) third; Mosser this wvil be a dilioul t a-signrnit' have been run off. Besides the maywilistotkedvntg
Ek h h) ird;is attestetoy hfchat te team trophy individual awards are of this opportunity. The funda-
(Mich.) fourth. Time 52.1 sec. is attested to by the fact thatthegiven out to members of the win- mentals of the game, such as grip,
2 mile run - Avon ay Austin Gophers, in five contests, have n stance and the rudiments of the
(Mich.); Howell (Mich.) second; piled up at least fifty points per ingThe events still on the schedule swing will be stress in the classes.
Hill (Mich.) third; Baucr (Ypsi) meet and have been improving e evens Ftb. on the h e ies
fourth. Time 9 min. 31.2 sec. New rapidly. Their victories over Wis- are: bowlindg Feb. 20-28 at the
field haousc e cord.cosnadowbytevrhlm Michigan Union: handball, start- Michigan Grapplers
inscoes of and2 2-2 3r - ng Feb. 23; track meet, March 11
65 yard low hurdles-Won by Be-.at the Field House; relays, March ta
atty (Ypsi); Simms (Ypsi) second; 'spectvely, gve a f. r mdeation of 12 at the Field House. After Spring Squad Here Tonight
Jackson (Mich.) third; DeBaker the potential power stored within vacation, softball, horseshoes, and
(Mich.) fourth. Time 7.3 sec. New them. tennis will be run off. (Continued From Page 6)
fil os eod g nt Iowa, apt- in Lowell
field house record.aWonyArnol MansiCed. pthr th back At the present time a total of efit, in the 165-pound bout with
yard run - Won by Arnoldsro event nl :40.2 (cAly t\Je- nineteen teams are competing, and Blshaw, alder brother of the oos-j
(Ypsi); Turner (Mich.) second; afifths of a secon behind the i it is hoped by officials in charge Blhawrgeer broend n the oos-
Braden (Mich.) third; C o g g an tatfthisiumbetrmybor.LanrrentirFcaptain and anotherns of last
(et)fut.Tm i.589 sec A.sociated Press Phcoto Ten record.1Langan Frrll gii
(Det.) fourth. Time 1 m. 5.. c ete in bo the 220 and 40d at least a few late entries. Full year's veterans. Doug is one of
New fice n house racordh zea 40details may be obtained at the of- Michigan's strongest men and he
Mile relay - Won by Michigan Famous Czechoslavakian ace, who jee style eve fice.
(Glading, DeBaker, Eknovich, Rus- will tour the nation with a troupe attept to brea ttheie nuwill ot give thYke i enr dany
sell); Ypsi second; Detroit third. of professional tennis players. !ng between thrn for a number HOCKEY, more chance to make up for defeat
Time 3 min. 29 sec. Teamed with Emmett Pare he will of firsts. They have tied each other last Saturday than he, Doug, can
16-pound shot put-Won by Gold- play William Tilden and Francis four times in early meets. In the only Hockey game on last help it.
smith (Mich.); Roth (Ypsi) second; Hunter. Huhtala, Hayden, Quail and Far- night's schedule Psi Upsilon de-
Webb (Ypsi) third; Nieman (Dot) . rl will compete in the relays for feated Phi Sigma Kappa 4-0. At
fourth. Distance, 41 ft. 3 in. theWolverine wheNorsemen,but they are con- the end of the second period Psi wil wrestle Mitchell, a new man on
Pole vault - Won by P o t t oveie w rsm n ceeeltl caceo wnig Upsilon led 1-0 and their position the Hoosier squad this year, but.
(Mich.); McKinley and S n y d e r to Fence Il ini Next either of them against the kind of was anything but secure until three one who has plenty of form and
(Ypsi) tied for second; Miller and opposition which the Wolves are goals coming in rapid succession at will take some trouble to pin. Cap-
Hawk (Ypsi) and Dougal and Hum- (Continued From Page 6) sure to show. They are also admit- the beginning of the third cinched tam Auer will finally see action for
phrey (Mich.) tied for third. Height gible for the first semester and tedly weak in the short dash events, matters. Artz accounted for two Michigan tonight when lhe enters
12 ft. 6 in. may become eligible later this se- but Marsh and Nappa are being of the winners goals, with Palmer the heavyweight bout against Ras-
High jump - Won by Rosenau mester. He is a good man in the depended on to give Schmeiler and and Fryberger gaining credit for cher of Indiana, who is another
(Det); Thorpe and Hyatt (Ypsi) epee. Bourland and Edelman are Ladd a hard battle in the back the other two. new man on the squad. Each man
and Noyes and Cox (Mich.) tied lost from the sabre squad because stroke and diving events. There is has been out on injuries already
for second place. Height 5 ft. 812 of poor marks and Madero and also a possibility that Blaisdell, a GOLF. this season so there will be little
in. Morley are likewise lost from the former sprint man will compete in advantage for either on that count,
foil division, the diving event. Ray Courtright in charge of stu- but when the factor of experience
i Aanin~ i(,T t.-~tot he Maize Alhoiugh delighted with the form dent and faculty golf classes held is taken into consideration Auer

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gainsL illagan +uu Ciiac"~ h
and Blue squad ran up a 111% to shown by his charges in their earlyi
512 score. The Wolverines complete- meets Coach Neils Thorpe, of the'
ly outclassed the Spartans by hold- Gophers, is well aware of thet
ing a good margin in each class power of the Maize and Blue, andf
of competition. Captain Gordon agrees that they will have to showj
was the star of the meet winning something better than they havek
two points in the foils and two in yet displayed in order to emerge
the sabre class. victorious.1

under the direction of the Intram-
ural department, announced yes-'
terday that although his student
classes were filled there were still
places for six or eight faculty mem-
bers in his 3 o'clock class.
He also announced that if the de-
mand was large enough he would

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has an edge that looks good for
Michigan's hopes for an avenging
victory tonight.
The bouts will be run off on the
mat set up in the Field House on
the basketball floor and admission
will be either 50 cents or by stu-
dent athletic coupon books.

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