THE MTCHIGAN DAILY
I-M COURT RESULTS[
Alpha Tau Omega 17, Delta
Sigma Pi 3.
Sigma. Phi Epsilon 16, Tau Del-
ta Phi 5.
Beta Theta Pi 52, Delta Upsi-
Alpha Omega 20, Delta Phi 4.
Trigon 37, Chi Psi 2.
Phi Chi 19, Phi Kappa Tau 5.
Delta Sigma Delta 16, Sigma
Alpha Mu 9.
Pi Kappa Alpha 15, Phi Beta
Delta Tau Delta 14, Alpha Phi
Hermitage 15, Phi Kappa 1.
Delta Sigma Phi 13, Phi Sig-
ma Delta 1.
Xi Psi Phi 13, Kappa Delta
Phi Delta Theta 12, Psi Omega
Psi Upsilon 12, Alpha Chi Rho
Phi Alpha Kappa 11, Alpha
Kappa Lambda 2.
alpha Delta Phi 19, Sigma Nu
Pi Lambda Phi 9, Sigma Alpha
INDEPEN DENT CAGE
Fraternity Bask tball O p e n s
With 17 Games Wednesday
as Betas Feature.
Independent basketball is all set
to start tomorrow with an opening
card of six games. .Although six-
teen teams are entered in this
tournament, but 12 of them are
scheduled to see action tomorrow
afternoon. The rest will play their
first rounds a week later.
Have Started Practice.
SeveraI of the teams have beep
practicing already and are in good
shape to start What should prove
to be a fast-moving schedule of
court games. The four teams that
played Tag Football this fall are
entered for further laurels if pos-
sible in this event.
Tomorrow at 2 o'clock the Dark
Horses meet the D. D.'s; the Buck-
eyes play the Ramblers; while at
3 the Falcons and Olympics tangle;
t he. Panthers meet,,he Maroons;-
Mt. Royal tackles the Aces; anld
Check is carded with. the Silver
Stars for the opening card of the
HOYT GIVES TRACK
Captain Ed Russell Is Expected
to Make Bid for Place
on Olympic Squad.
With the largest squad on hand
he has had during the entire pre-
season practice period, C o a c h
"Chuck" Hoyt is putting his track
hopefuls through a final week of
conditioning before settling down,
to the more scrious business of
building a winning team.
To Hold Meeting.
No time trials are scheduled for-
this Saturday, but on 'the follow-
ing Saturday and each one after I
that regular tests against time will
be held. Instead of working his
men this week-end Hoyt plans on
holding a general organization
meeting for the entire squad, at
which time plans for the season
will be discussed.
Hoyt feels that with, any kind
of luck several of his stars will be
selected on the American Olympic
team. First among these is Cap-
tain Ed Russell, star quarter miler.
In the intercollegiates last year,
Russell romped away from the field
winning handily in 48.2 seconds. He
also captured the 440 in the Drake
Relays by a wide margin. In Rus-
sell's -first test against time since
reporting for practice he broke the
Yost field house .record, for the 330
by .8 of a second, covering the dis-
tance in 36.5
]$rooks, Egleston Good.
Provided Booker Brooks, giant
negro star, is eligible he should
have little trouble in outclassing
most of his competitors for a weight
tossing assignment, Hoyt feels. Eg-
leston, if he jeontinues to improve
as he did last tseason also seems to
have a fair chance of being select-
ed for the games at Los Angeles
Entries for the Intramural ice-
hockey tournament this winter
may be made until five o'clock
' Saturday, January 9.'
Michigan Grapplers to Op
Toronto Team in Matcl
Final touches in an inter
strenuous mat session were th
der of the day for the ,va
wrestling team. Coach Keen
the grapplers tbrough a long
on offensive tactics in prepar
for the international wren
match which will feature Satu
night's athletic program. The
test will be held at the Field 1
where Michigan's grapplers
play host to the wrestling tea
the University of Toronto, ar
Bill Williams, who won his hoc-
key letter at a defense position last
year, will report to Coach Lowrey
next week for practice. The Wolv-
erine star was declared ineligible
last faLL but will get back in §hape
for the games next semester.
Campus Bowling Meet
Will Begin on Monday,
Play will start Monday in the all-
campus class B bowling tourney,1
sponsored by the Union. The pur-
pose of the matches is to give men
who consider themselves only sec-
and class bowlers a chance to enter
Each man will be given a handi-
cap that will be based on his score
in trial rounds. The Union bowling
alleys have conceived of a system
of handicaps which they believej
will be fair to all contestants.
Registration for the, "dub" or
class B tournament will continue
for the remainder of the week at
the desk in the, Union alleys.
gregation reputed to be the
group of collegiate matmen i
of the international boundary
Al Reif at 175.
A highlight of the evening
undoubtedly be the performan
Al Reif in the 175-pound class
is one of the few veterans le
Coach Keen this year for com
tion in the coming season. An
standing mat performer last
son, which narked -his deb
Michigan wrestling, Reif turn
a stellar performance in wir
all but one match of the re
season. Shifting into the hf
weight class for , the confe
championships, he sprang an
by placing second.
Otto May be Out.
Another veteran, Otto, in the
pound class, will probably bt
able to wrestle against the C
dians Saturday because of a
injury. Helliwell is being co,
to fill his position in the meet
selection of Thomas in the
pound division seemed fairly
tain yesterday afternoon, whil
other positions will probabl3
low the list determined by (
Keen on Wednesday.
A light practice this afternc
plannvd for the matmen by
mentor, who will then admit
the final polish to the team.
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Guest Organist, January 27,
MABEL ROSS RHEAD, Pianist,
January 31, 4:15, Mendelssohn
YEHUDI MENUHIN, Violinist,
February 4, 8:15.
THELMA LEWIS, Soprano, Feb.
ruary' 7, 4:15, Mendelssohn
WARREN ALLEN, Guest Organ-
ist, February 10, 4:15.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC TRIO,
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sily Besekirsky, Violinist, Joseph
Brinkman, Pianist, February 14,
4:15, Mendelssohn Theatre.
PERCY ' GRAINGER, Pianist,
ORCHESTRA, David E. Mat-
tern, Conductor, February 21,
JOSEPH BRINKMAN, Pianist,
February 28, 4:15, Mendelssohn
CHARLOTTE L O C K W O O D,
Guest Organist, March 2, 4:15.
LOUISE CUYLER, Violinist, and
MAUD OKKELBERG, Pianist,
in Sonata Recital, March 6,
4:15, Mendelssohn Theatre.
ROSA PONSELLE, Soprano,
March 7, 8:15.
JOSEPH BRINKMAN, :Pianist
and HANNS PICK, Violon-
cellist, in Sonata Recital, March
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