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TIC. MICHIGAN

DAILY

TUESDziY,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'FLTESDAY,

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U TO CUMPETE Will Run Tonght E

Fencers Are Making kStro ag 4i for oor

: FEAT WILDCATS; N .O ,E O!f

FOUR STRAIGHT VICTORIES, PUT ICE'
T EAM ON EDGE TO MEET GOPHER 9TH5
Big T'en c ap o p Hinges i

To 'Hold Annual Elvent in YostE
ield H1seit at 7:36
This Evening.
SPRINTS TO 1BE CLOSE
Ren.i &'s SUreacy in yases
Likelyto rBe qosely
Questioned.
Mere than 200 of the . best track
0nd feld men in the state will com-
pete;in th~ annual MichiganAA.U,
meet scheduled for Yost fieldhoue
tonig'ht at 7:30 *o'clock. The meet
wig be conducted under he dihre-.
tion .of; Coach Lloyd W. Olds of
Miizhigan State.;Normal College.
,;fw nty-seven. members of the
Mihigan. varsity and freshman
track eams will comjpete. ~ichigan
Norini leas in the number o e-
tries with 40. Members of the Mich-
lia State team will not be able to
tak~re part because of a dual meet
w th ,Marquette tonight. A. large
ntumber -of =men from the various
at~leic clubs in Detroit have fild
entries.
a Sprints to Be Cose.
The sprints are expected to pro-
l toe-the closest cmpetition of the
ntiire meet. Heading the list of
stars entered in this event is Ren-
wick of 'Michigan, Shgtte of Michi-.
gan Normal; O'Neil of the U. of D.;
Goaldstein of Detroit City College;
and Krill of Western State Normal
are all capable of giving ,the"Michi-
gan star a run for his money.,.
Beatty and Simmons of Michigan
Normal are two of the outstandinv
hu~lers entered.
-" However, two
members, of the
Michigan, fresh-
=f':*c - man team, Ward
..> ,..land Pantlind, are
apt to make things
*tiv MzGlickert of
Michigan Normal
.<>i i and Shrier of
' ~ Western State
k normal are tVo of
fttssell th eb e st h ig h
umpers entered
a4ifde from the ,Michigan entries,
bat, ,are conceded little chance of
victory with Willis Ward, Moisio
andt" Jusek entered.
.Schwartz of Western State and
Austin -of the Cadillac A. C. should
put' on a merry battle for suprem-
acey in the mile. Wolfe, the best
mxiler on the Michigan varsity, is
not entered.
Vesature Wadnes Care.
r,,evetal odd distance events are
carded for tonight's show. Among
theses is a 300-yard run, in which
Arnold of Michigan Normal, and
Russell akdLamb of Michigan will
vie for supremacy, and a 600-yardI
race,Lin which Eckhovich, DeBaker
and emen of Michigan and Her-
shey of Michigan Normal are en-
tered.
John Pottle, captain of the 1931
Auditri n unless otherwise noted.
' l e.. fternloon. concerts are given
without admission charge.
x ZE R THA FLO And EMIL
STE VA, Pianists, March 1,
4:15 Mendelsohn Theatre.
WASSILY' BESEKIRSKY, Vio-
inst, MABEL ROSS RHEAD,
Pianists, in S o na ta Recital,
March .6,. 4:15, Medelssohn
Theatre,.
CHIARLOTTE L OC KW O OD,
iet Organist, March 2, 4:15.
ROSA PONSELLE, Soprano,
M 4arh 7, 815.
JOSEPH BRINKMAN,. Pianist,
rMarch 13,_4:15.
JOSEPH BRINKMAN, Pianist,
and . HANNS PICK, Violin-
4cellist, in SonataRecital,Marc
27, 4;15, Mendelssohn Theatre.
gAYJbQND MORIN, ,Pinist,

March 31, 4:15, Mendelssohn
Theatre.,
UNIVERSITY-SYMPHONY
ORCHESTR~A, David E.._Mat-
ten, Conduictor, and HANNS
PICK, Violincellist, April 3,
4:15.
STANLEY F+LETCHER, Pianist,
April 21, .4:15, Mendelssohn
Thteatre.k
NELL 11. STOCKWELL, Pianist,
April 24, 4:15, Mendelsohn
Theatre.
MARJORIE MCCLUNG, So-
prano, April 29, 4:15, Mlendels-
sohn Theatre.
VIRGINIA HAMISTER, Pianist,
4, M'ay 3, 4:15, Mendelssohn The-

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MAinnlesota
,Title
ves.

Chuck De~aker, Michigan" starI
qu'a rter-miler, ivho has been push-
itg lid Russell of late _n the i440.
event, Finishing a close :second to
the Wolverine captain in the Chi-
ca go meet. Deflaker will appear in
the Michigan A.A.U. meet tonight,
running one of t he shorter dis-
tances.
Only aked otat1
Cu"p of Tea Feature
Pre - Game Dinner
An urnderfed Wisconsin bas-
ketball team took the floor last
night, judging from Michigan's
st andard. The Cardinal court
team was ,limited to one baked
potato, one clip of tea, and two
:arnall :dices -ol toast.
The Wolverines were better,
fced. A fruit cocktail opened thewr
pr(e,-ganje rmeal. The meat course
that followed was composed of
two poached eggs on toast. JEx-
tra toast as served too. The team
members drank either tea or
cocoa and ate ice-creaim as de-
sect.

Northwestern Swprdsmen Fall
Before; Johnstone's Men
by 6-1 Margin.
Shiowing in Quadrangular Meet'
Makes Maize and Blue
Title Threat.
I f t h e results ofif Saturday
night's quandrangular f e n c i n. g
mcet between ,Michigan, Chicago,
and Northwestern presages any-
thing, the Wolverines should be f a-
verites to make, a bid for the con-
ference sword titles.
The Wolves, a f te, r defeating
INorthwestern 6 ,to 1.in a dual :meet
on Friday, remained in Chicago an
extra" day. In the four-way tourn-
ey, the Maize-and-Blue fencers fin-.
ished first in the foils, second in the
Sabres, and third in the epee.
Lvlfnig_.thfilwo,5 of his 6 matches, bowing only. to
IAlmond of Chicago. Lovell was call-
ed the outstanding, foil man~ of, the
meet by the judges. DeStefano
won 3 out of 4 matches in the sabre,
displaying fine form, while Winig
won one out of four in the epee
event.
In a match with the Detroit
-Turnverein last Thursday the Wl-.
verine fencers, meeting the. Germ-
ans in a seven-thatch, emerged vic-
torious by a 13 to 4score. Next Sat-
urda y afternoon the Wolverines
will cross blades with the strong'
Cadillac Athletic Club team of De-
troit. Among the Detroiters. who
twill apo ear in the meet are .Sauey",
state champion, Caswell, national-
ly famo~us, and Tuscan, a former
Maize and Blue coach.

on Two. Crucial Battles
With Minnesota.
By Sheldon C, Fullerton..
Four straight victories in the last
two weeks have put ,the Michigan
hooiey, team on edge for its two
crucial battles next Friday and Sat-.
urday against Minnesota's league-
leading,, Gophers, undefeated in
three starts against Big Ten. opposi-
tion., While the, return. of Bill Wil-
liams, and Joe Frumkes. would_ con- l
siderably strengthen the 'Michigan
team, the form which the Wolver-
ine's displayed against' Marquett:
with this. pair off the ice still indi-
cates..that the. Maize and Blue
should have a good chance to up-
set thle Gophers.
,Wih the Western Conference r
hockey title assured to the Wol-
veriies -for the third straight,
year, provid~ing they. can down
the. Northmen, , Coach Eddie,
Lowrey's men wvill be, ot to give
everything theyhvethis week-
end in an effort to topple the
Gophers from their, lofty perch.
The~two games. against Marquette
last week, represented, two extremes
in ho.ckey, the first. being, a slow un-
interesting affair that was featured;
by two sturdy defenses, and the
second turning out. just the oppo-
site, with seven goals being shoved
in by the two fast forward lines.

mi chig 11 Wis
SpI'~Sheri
Hopes

inl OverP
2ais
3of Wolv.

Minnesota) ere Satu-day-heatWof-
! ein sviii s ar poni gtwards Friday ightf's encounter at
Evanston when' M1ichigan will op-
pose Northwestern for the, dual.
met championship of the Westernl
coference.
In spite of the fact that MichiganI
outclassed the Qopl~ ers by a .wider;
C margin than the WlTcats did the.
'Northwestern aggreion holds an
edge over the Maize and Blue t ank;
team. The Evanston splashers. havee
a better balanced combination than.
the Wolverines can boast. The Pur-
ple squad is strong ixn every, event
while the Maize and :lue's strength.
rests in the prima donnas, the out-
standing stars, while in other' lines
they, are relatively weak,.
In the. Minnesota mneet the, out-
-standing! performance of-. the eve--
I ning was. turned in by the medley
relay" team, which, composed, of
Taylor Drysdale, back stroke, Louis
Lemak, breast stroke, and Johnny.
Schmnieler, free style, be2tte..red thq,
national intercollegiate, record for{
the 300 yards with a time of 3:06.6'.
The old, mark of 3:09 was held by
Northwestern.
Tennis 'players on the campus are'
urged to make use..of the courts set
up in the Intramural building in,
the mornings, and badminton. fads
will likewise find their, best, oppo'-
-unity to play at that time. The,
floor of the~ main gymnasium has
been marked off to make a total of
five courts.

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Bill Wiliams.
forward will ,all season without.
getting a great deal of recogni-,
tion. Davidi put in two goal$
agajntt the. w, 2arquette nit-
minder, the first m~arker, com-
ing ,in the first p'eriod of the
game 'and winning the conilesf
fob Michigan.

P'robably the most njicieable
improvement to be noted on 44e
IMichigan teamin-against the Hill-
topners was the greatly ixnprav*
ed play of George. David, the
small righ~t winger -who has,
teamed tip with Emmy, Ri
and Keith Crossman on the

PenncholBoy
Seto, Ne-kz, Record
fo®r 1566 Meters.
George Venzke, yomng Pennsyl-
vai4a schoopl boy, who, has been
making the business of record
breaking an everyday occurience,
gave the experts somnething to woni-
der about last Saturday ight.
Running in the 1500-meter race,
Venzke set= a new indoor r'ecord of

While, the, loss of Bill Williams. on
the defense. proved a severe .hand -
cap .to;, IMichigan's, c.,ar~aes, .the,
sophomore stap, Porte, put up.,a
good. game on both nights, to ably
assist. Chapinan in checking, the
rushes of, the Marqjuette. wings.

3:53 215: As soon a:; the timle -was
announced, A .A.U. officials took oput
their pencils ancj paper and startedl
some c o mn p1 i c a Led miathematlc -.
some compllicated matlicmnatics.
They finally decided that if MhN
young Pennsylvanian -had conti~n-
ued on for another, 120 yards at hne
same pace he would have covered
the-mile in 4:08 2;16, 4/5 of a second
lower than the ,existing outdoor
mark held. by Jules Ladoumergue,
French star.
.Venzke is said to have been run-
ning smoothly at the finish, all of
which makes the ,experts wish that
the race had been the extra 120)
yards' in length.
Michigan will' be well-represent~ed
in the State Squash Racquet Tour-
nament, beinig held this week at t~he
University Club in Detroit,
G
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~NE~STYLIES
NEW FABRICS
N )F^Y 9CO R.LOR. S
NEW PATTERNS

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ntries Oenred
Fo'ul -Shootinrg

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Wolverine varsity, is entered in the
pole vault as a representative of the
Cadillac A. C. Oliver is entered from
the same. club. H-umphrey and Nor-
thrup are the Michigan entries in
this event,
Haskins, a member of the Detroit
police foreq, will throw the 35--pound
'weight, and should have little
trouble in "copping".the event from
Cox, Wolverine entry.
Among the other event s cardeda
for this eyening are a Lreo-mnile
wall:; a. three-miile run; 1000-yard-
run; shot put; and running b oad--
jump.

THE'D~onI

Fraternity Foul Throwing starts!
ithis afternoon and evening and
runs over to tomorrow at the saMe
times. A large number- of entries
are ,expected and several have. it-
ready made dates for competition ,.
Those that haven't will aid U± ke
judges materially by calling in *II!e
number of competitors and a tm
for making their attempts.
A house may send down :,sy
number of men and from their ;
iort~s choose the best tan totals J.
of 25 :'hots each, mazking a -perf(.:A
sceoeb of 250 rjossible.

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