FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1930
THF MICHIG AN DAILY
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HAFORE Eii °'ILLINOISRAGE
Triangular Meet With
and Indians Sched
FNATERNITY SPEEDBALL. day are as follows: Tau
Pairings for the championship Epsilon vs. Phi Kappa P
tournament in the fraternity league Kappa Sigma vs. Delta
of the Intramural department have
been announced and play will begin Phi Beta Delta vs. Alpha
next Monday. Each of the teams in Lambda, and Delta Kappa
With all their practice concluded
for the triangular meet with Ohio
State and Illinois to be held at Ur-
bana Saturday morning, Michigan's
Harriers entrained for Illinois lastI
night. They will arrive sometime
this afternoon and will spend the
afternoon running over the five-'
mile course to get an idea of the
layout they will contend on the,
the tournament has been unde-'
feated in the league games thus
far. A consolation series of games
has also been arranged for the re-
mainder of the teams.I
The pairings as given out yester-
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A squad of ten men including, (Continued From Page 6f
Captain Fitzgibbons, Austin, Wolfe, of them fight hard to down it.
Howell, Crawford, Hill, Feustal, Tfht; Crimson's slump against
Bedenik, Klahn, and Smith, who Wihiam and Mary last week is
won the trial five-mile run Wed- not so excusable. Although the
nesday night held to determine the proteges of Arnold Horween
tenth man for the trip. The squad were able to come out of the
is in good condition and should scrap with a 13-13 tie, the con-
make a good showing over their test should have provided the
rivals on an easier course than the Harvard team with an easy
one on which they have trained. game. Apparently the Crimson
Illini Green.e c~even, pointing for the Michi-
The Illini cross country team will a~ ame this week, had un-
e om mriss ofnewmen der-estimated its opponents,
be composed mainly of new men and was caught napping when
developed this year to fill on the a strong William and Mary
large hole made by graduation last team almost defeated them.
year. Captain Evans, who ran
ninth in the triangular meet last Michigan's fight against Hor-
year and who came in third in a ween's team at Cambridge will not
meet with Wisconsin this season, be the only one in which Big Ten
is their best man. teams meet eastern opponents this
Other runners will probably be week. Army, fresh from a victory
Petefish, Roberts, Gould, Woolsey, over Harvard and a tie with Yale,
all of whom have been topping the will face Bob Zuppke's Illinois
Indian squad this fall but not mak- eleven, a team that still h1s to win
ing any exceptional times, and its first Coference game. Illinois,
Line, Carlock, Demarest, and Turn- however, despite her poor record,
vs. Pi Lambda Phi.
Entries will close today for t
fraternity competition in swir
ming, water polo, and handba
The pool events will start Nov. 1
while play in the handball even
will start the following day.
Competition is b a s e d on
straight elimination basis, one d
feat eliminating the entrant. Swim
ming events consist of the 25-yar
free style, 25-yard backstroke, 2
yard breast stroke, diving, an
relay. Five points are awarded t
I winner in each event. Water po
competition will follow the swim
ming reets. Handball teams a
limited to four men each. The wi
ning fraternity in each of the
sports is to be awarded a cup.
Five games completed the fro
ternity volleyball games yesterda
afternoon at the Intramural buil
ing. Phi Kappa Tau won over Ze
Beta Tau, two games out of thre
Phi Kappa lost to Sigma Pi, 1-
Phi Chi was beaten two gamest
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Nation's Grid Games "
SGo on Air Tomorrow "The Down Town : c for Michigan Men"
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KOIL, KFH, KFPY, KHJ, WORC.=
(Announcer, Ted Husing).
pa 1:15 p. m.-Illinois vs. Army-
:45 p. m.-Harvard vs. Michigan
pa 1:45 p. m.-Ohio State vs. Navy
2:45 p. m.--Chicago vs. Purdue-I
KYW, WMAQ. }
2:45 p. m.--Minnesota vs. South
he Dakota U.-WCCO.
m- 2:40 p. m.-Wisconsin vs. South=
ll. Dakota State- WTMJ.-
1, 3:00p. m.-Alabama vs. Florida,
its andAuburn vs. Tulane-WAPI. -
5:00 p. m.-Stanford vs. Wash- SPATS!
a ington-KPO. *
e- 5:00 p. m.-Southern California
vs. California-KFI, KFRC. - Spats ce more in favor with the better
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5- one by Alpha Phi Delta, while _ressea men than ever before. We are
ad Delta Alpha Epsilon lost to Pi eowing spats in tan and grey, plain and
h2 Lambda Phi, two straight. Omega
lo Psi Phi was beaten by Phi Beta= eather trimmed.
m- Delta, 0-2. The next games are set
re1 for Monday. Nov. 10. $175 to $3.50
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Hanover Leads State.
The composition of the Ohio
Harrier squad has proved most elu-
sive this year since the State pub-
lication has not mentioned them
to date, but their star will be Han-
over, captain and third place man
of last year's meet, unless some newj
man has ben uncovered this sea-'
son. The Buckeye team is usually
good but Michigan seems to have
an edge on both of her opponents
Manager Hawkins will accom-
pany the Wolverines, and fresh-
man track coach Ken Doherty will
go with the men and be in full
charge since Coach Hoyt will be
tied up with football Saturday.
Doherty has been supervising the
harrier workouts at such times as
Hoyt was not available and knows
the men and their abilities quite!
well, but Coach
has a good team witi a great back-
field, and with a little help from
its constantly improving 1i n e,
should be troublesome to the West.
Pointers. Berry, Robinson, a n d
Yanuskus are a trio of hard driv-
ing backs, with Berry also a star
in open field running.
Ohio State, apparently an
improved team since it metI
Michigan early in the season,
also goes east to battle Navy at
Baltimore. The Buckeyes' feat
of holding the highly touted
Wisconsin team to a scoreless
tic last Saturday rates them as
a favorite over the midship-
men, despite the latter's 31-0
victory over- Princeton two
weeks ago. Ohio's lack of scor-I
ing punch, evident against the
Badgers when it failed to score
with the ball on Wisconsin's
five yard line and first down,
is the thing with which Wil-
laman has had to work most
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