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lChicago Boy Gains Recognition ter season was to Beatty, of Michi-
E, SI as Being One of Nation's zan State Normal who broke the
B I TBest Hurdlers. finish taipein 8.5. However, after
Six Conference Clashes Carded--Idut ccnsideration Egleston wa
for Tonight; Purdue Is By Brian W. Jones awrded the race on a foul when
Early Favorite. One of the main reasons why it was decided that 1-atty broke
Coach "Chuck" Hoyt is building the tape with his head instead of
Western conference basketball high hopes on a winning track his breast.
teams begin their quest for the team during the coming winter The most noteworthy event of
s championship in earnest tonight . the outdoor season for Egleston was
with all t'en engaging in o and spring campaigns is that he his defeat of Lee Sentman, star Il-
lion, six of these playing their see- s a group of fine hurdlers. Chief linois speedster, in a dual meet. In
and Big Ten games of the week. among these is Hawley Egleston. most of the big middle western
Purdue, early season favorites to Egleston gained national fame for meets, however, he had to be con-
wrest the championship crown from himself last season as a sophomore tent with a thid or fourth place,
Northwestern by virtue of their and with an added year of experi- usually running behind Keller, Ohio
overvhelming victory over Indiana ence should prove to be a consist- State; Hatfield, Indiana; and Sent-
Monday night, travels to Urbana to ent point winner, man.
meet the strong Illinois five. The Egleston prepared for Michigan Third in Conference.
filini were just nosed out by Ohio at Hyde Park High School, in Chi- In the Ohio Relays, which K llri
State Monday night in a thriller cago, where he was a star i bath n in the record time of 14.3 for
by a 29-28 score and will be out the high and low hurdles. In his the high hurdles, Egleston finished
for blood tonight; but the Boiler- senior year he captured the State fourth, but in the remarkably fast
makers should win handily. Outdoor championship in both the time of 14.8 seconds. Both Keller
Hoosiers Travel, high and low events. and Sei tman led him to the tape
Northwestern, after eking out a Shines at Prep. in the conference meet, where he
31 to 30 overtime victory over Wis- He capturedthe Chicago indoor captured third place in the low
consin in the opening game, enter- championship in both events and hurdle event.
tains In iana at Evanston. This then repeated this performance in E leston has one more year of
game will enable court fans to get the city outdoor meet. While doing cod petitionafter this season. If
a line on the comparative strengths this he established records in the he con'tinues to improve as he has
of the two leading contenders for 60 yard high .and low hurdles and during the last few campaigns he
the' conference championship a set a mark of 15.9 for the 120 yard should have little trouble in devel-
Purdue met Indiana in the opener. high. oping into one of the outstanding
The Hoosiers are smarting under After entering Michigan he vs stars of the nation. He has a fine
the terrific defeat dealth them by not long in gaining recognition build, standing 5 feet 11 inches high
Eyerett Dean's charges and may for himself. During the first win- and weighing 140 pounds. Although
give the Wildcats more than they ter campaign he established new his style is slightly unorthodox he
can handle, freshman records for the field has the ability to start fast, and
Minnesota, fresh from a 56 to 24 house, setting a mark of 7.6 in the maintain a hard pace for both the
victory over South Dakota, will 65 yard low hurdles and 8.5 in the 120 and'220yad distances.
4<,__victory__overonlyulossauring thellas
travel to Chicago where they willhghude.----.- - - ---~
meet the Maroon five. So far this Defeated Sentman. .
year the Gophers are undefeated His only loss during the last wi- I-M COURT RESULTS
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Rolly Otto, Michigan veteran,
who will not be able to wrestle in
the Toronto matches toumight be-
cause of an injury to his side. Otto
wrestles in the 135-pound clas.
Wisconsin Yearlings
AvoidStage Fright
MADISON, Wis., Jan. 8.-(IP)-Dr.
Walter E. Meanwell, basketball
coach at the University of Wiscon-
sin, is insuring future varsity play-
ers against stage fright.
Under his plan the freshman
squad has been divided into four
teams which play short games for
spectators awaiting the opening
whistle at varsity contests.
Earl Webb, Boston Red Sox out-
fielder, who broke the American
League record for two base hits
in 1931 was once released by the
Cincinnati Reds because of weak

Unsuitable Weather Prohib
Contest; Haley' to Play
Here Tuesday.
Michigan's hockey team will n
journey to Milwaukee this wee
end for the scheduled two gan
with Marquette as continued wa
weather has prohibited skating
the Hilltopper outdoor rink. Coa
Lowrey has scheduled the Ha
A. C. hockey team of Detroit
next Tuesday night here.
Held Wolves to Tie.
Haley held the Wolverines to
3 to 3 tie early in the season a
are now resting on the top rung
the Southeastern hockey league
Michigan. Cantain Tompkins a
his team have been more than a:
bous to schedule Haley again
that they will have a chance to
off the moar. on their early sea
"The postponement of the N
waukee games will not affect
schedule that brings Minnes
Wisconsin, and Milwaukee 1
later in the segson for two-ga
series each," Coach Lowrey sai
Haley Improves.
Haley has improved steadily si
their game with Michigan and n
spring a surprise when the
matched teams meet Tuesday ni2
After this game was announced
the players last night, a more p;
py practice session was the res
producing better hock6y than d
of late have shown.

Indians to Use Toledo Nine to
Farm Out Recruits.
CHICAGO, Jan. 8.--(P)-The To-
ledo club of the American associa-"
tion, which finished last season in
receivership, is reasonably certain
of getting through the 1932 cam-
paign on its feet finarcially.
The Mud Hens yesterday were
taken over by the Cleveland In- I
dians of the Amerihan league,
which will operate the minor league1
franchise as a farm. The club was
sold to the highest bidder, and the
Indians stepped in just after the
court had decided a bid by Hugh
Brennan of Chicago, was not high
enough to satisfy the creditors:
Toledo will be the third club in
the league to be controlled by a
major league organization. The St.
Louis Browns control the Milwau-
kee club, and Columbus is a mem-
ber of the great St. Louis Cardinal
system. Both Milwaukee and Co-
lumbus have benefited by players
turned over to them by their major
league connections, and Toledo
fans are hopeful the Mud Hens
who finished last in 1931, will be
helped as much.
Economy has been agreed upon
in the major leagues with the an-
nouncement that only ten umpires,,
two for each game, will be held on
the staff during the 1932 baseball'
Two of Michigan's best football
centers, Jack Blott and Ernie Vick,.
had tryout as catchers with the St.
Louis Cardinals and the Cincinnati
Reds, years ago.

"B" Teams
Alpha Tau Omega 8, Hermi-
tage 6.
D. K. E. 39, Alpha Omega 3.
Kappa Nu 20, Alpha Delt 2.
Chi Psi 26, Theta Xi 5.
Alpha Rho Chi 27, Phi Kappa
Sigma 8.
Phi Alpha Delta 6, Zeta Psi 2.
Delts 34, Alpha C1i Rho 3.
Betas 8, D. A. E. 3.
Alpha Sihs 8, Chi Phi 5.
Phi Mu Alpha 23, Sigma Chi 3.
Phi Sigma Kappa 16, D. K. E.
Tekes 38, Kappa Nu 2.
Phi Gamms 14, Beta Sigma
Psi 5.
Tau Kappa Nu 23, Tau Epsilon
Phi 6.
Theta Xi 9, Tau Epsilon Pi 1.
Alpha Sigs 26, Delta Chi 8.
Triangle 10, Zeta Beta Tau 7.
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