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Top scores in the first round were Many of the 3700 that wit- in Bloomington.
made by Phi Delta Phi leading with nessed the two contests, are Seventy-Five Will Compete.
a wide margin at 2593 (five men, sure that if Crossman and Reid Aproximately 75 stellar matmen ,
three lines apiece); Xi Psi Phi with had had the regular three- representing all conference schools,
2431; the Dekes with 2399; and the minute rests, as MacInnis and Chuck DeBaker, veteran track are expected to battle for chain-
D.U.'s with 2362. Low score for the his co-star of Minnesota did, star of the Wolverine squad, who pionships in the eight weight di
16 chosen went down to 2038 and Michigan could have eked out was one 'of the leading factors in visions. Indiana is slated to ente'
2056; which makes quite a wide a victory, in at least one of the the establishment of a new Field the most formidable array of stars.
margin between the competitors of matches. House record by the one-mile re- The Hoosiers have breezed through
this tournament. The lack of capable substitutes lay team Saturday night. DeBaker their current season with scarcely
Other qualifiers are: Alpha Chi forces Lowrey into a type of hock- also runs on the two-mile squad. the loss of a single bout.
Sigma, Phi Beta Pi, Phi Gamma ey that will give his regulars a Michigan, Northwestern, Illinois
Delta, who with the Dekes are card- short rest between each attack. BALL TEAM HAS and Ohio state are counted on as
ed tomorrow night; Delta Sigma They skate back after they have F R ther e rmid blo te d ferncea
Pi, Kappa Delta Rho, Sigma Chi, lost the puck and hope to get two LET TERMEN FOR ther fastemihal oftenferefrne
Alpha Kappa Lambda, Theta Chi, or three deep breaths before Min- EIGHT POSITIONS Iowa is looked upon as the best
with the D.U.'s scheduled tonight; nesota rushes them. team out of the western section.
and Chi Psi, Alpha Tau Omega, ,The Gophers, with a second
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Psi Omega, and team line of first-rate ability, If Captain Roy Hudson had not Five Champions Entered.
the two leaders for Thursday night. could continually fight for the become ineligible, Coach Ray Fish- The meet this year promises to
----disk, whether on defense, of- er would have a -letterman for each be one of the most hard fought in
All-Campus Dates Are Set. fense, no matter where the many seasons. In five of 'the eight i
A puck is. This continual ag- position on his baseball team. As events there are returning chain-
All-Campus bowling qualifying gressiveness tired Michigan out conditions now stand Coach Fisher pions. The defending title holders
rounds are now being held and to in the early stages of the game expects to have a good team, which are 118, Aldridge, Indiana; 126,
date there have been 27 singles en- and the lack of substitutes de- will be right in the thick of the Emmons, Illinois; 165, Dougovito,
tries and ten doubles. This tourna- termined the result, long be- Conference title fight. He will put Michigan; 175, Brown, Northwes-
ment is conducted on the Union! fore the match was over. Daniels, a second baseman, on first tern; and heavyweight, R i1 ey.
bowling alleys, and sponsored by Only a let-up by the efficient base if no one of equal ability is Northwestern,
the Intramural department. So far goalie Clausen could have altered discovered. All of these men, and many of
there has been a decided increase the outcome. The Gopher defense The outfielders receiving letters their challengers, are outstanding
of entries over that of last year, clicked and their front line helped last year who will be on the team candidates for the United States
and a great many more are ex- considerably on defense by rush- this year are Braendle, Butler, Olympic team and this week-end
pected since the scores this year ing Michigan continually. Eastman, and Tompkins, captain of will be their first trial. All of the
have been unusually poor. Ted Chapman said, after the the hockey team, who also pitches. chiampions are favored to repeat
second match in which LaBatte The returning infielders, besides but will have first class opposition
Star Gymnast Injured stopped a pack with his fore- Daniel,s are Superko, third base, against them.
head and nose, that it was too and Kracht, short stop. The bat- According to plans the meet will
in Week-End Contest bad that the Minnesota de- tery men are McNeal, pitcher, and begin Friday afternoon after the
fense star would not have the Diffley, catcher. weighing in that morning. Satur-
Voitto Lassila, stellar gymnast of. distinguished decoration that Battery candidates have been day night the final championships
Michigan, is rapidly recovering Ted had. Chapman laughed practicing in Yost field house since will be decided after four elimima-
fron injuries received at the Chi off Dr. Sink's statement that the first of the year, with the in- tion sessions have been survived by
cago meet held last Friday in that if the puck had hit him an inch fielders and outfielders due to re- the finalists,
city. He is expected to participaLe higher on his face in the first port this afternoon. The basket-
in the Conference meet that is t, game, it would have put his eye ball court will be dismounted as
be held in Chicago this week-end, out, with the crack that any- soon as possible so that the base- SPORTS STAFF TRYOUTS
however. way, his eye shined for him, ball squad will have the whole of All second semester freshmen
In the third event of the Chicago even if he was not a star. the field house, with the exception or sophomores wishing to try
meet, Lassila swiniing on the fly. Chapman plays a type of hockey, of the track, in which to practice. ut for the sports staff of The
ing rings caught his ankle in one that is strange to Michigan fans. - . Daly-are requested to report to
of the rings, severely tearing the I is a body game. If the man gets Phil Bolich, captain of the Duke the Press Building offices, at '
ligaments and falling twelve feetaro und him, Ted stops the disk by boxing team, has been beaten but o'clock Tuesday, March 8. No
to the floor. He was rushed to the hurling his body between it and once in five years of amateur box- previous experience is necessary.
hospital immediately after the ac- the net, ing.
cident, but was able to return to ~ .- - -~ ~ ~~ ~ ~~
Ann Arbor with the rest of the
Coach West is certain that Mich-
igan will take fourth place, at
least, in the coming Conference
meet, Michigan placed fifth last
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