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Gym Show To
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With Indian Clubs
West To Be Feature
Second Annual Show?
swim Track Figa
P11"; (in ,. t on theIntramural
card for this week. Starting tonight
with the annual basketball game be-
tween the Intramural managers and
the staff, the program will continue
until five p. m. Thursday, when the
all-campus swimming finals will be
At 5:15 p. m. Wednesday the finals
of the Interfraternity and Indepen-
dent relays will be held at the Yost
Field House, and at 7:30 p. m. the
aspirants for all-campus swimming
honors will appear in the prelim-
inaries of that event. Thursday after-
noon the finals will be held, and
from then until spring vacation,
At Iutiam-t 'a
The Intramural program speeds
merrily on its way toward spring va-
cation with the start of five tourna-
ments this week. The annual "21"
basketball shooting contest is sched-
uled to start this week, as are the
codeball and badminton tourna-,
For the athletic faculty members
there will be a handball doubles tour-
nament and the annual squash tour-
Michigan's second annual gymnas-
tic exhibition to be held at 7:30 p. m.
March 31 in the Intramural Build-
ing is quite a novel innovation in
the world of Ann Arbor sport.
Last year Coach West tried out
his idea of an exhibition and found
it to be a success, with Paul Tomp-
kins, then unknown on the Michigan
campus, making his first appearance
at the piano in Ann Arbor and pro-
viding continuity, rhythm, and pep
to the show.
This year West has organized a
better exhibition than ever. With
Oren Parker, mat and ring man who
provided the humor last year, back
again, and Paul Tompkins to play
again, West has rearranged and add-
ed novel stuff to the program and
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SUMMARIES thinks he has a better exhibition
60-yard dash-Won by Stocking; than last year. Another attraction is
second, Carter: third, Meldman; West doing a solo with the electri-
fourth, Lackey. Time, :06.4. cally lighted indian clubs as the
Pole Vault-Won by Earle; second, lights are turned off in the big gym.
Roosa (Two Entries) Height, 9 feet. Gymnasts to Dance
Broad Jump-Won by Mandelaris; Among the features of the evening
second, Randall; t hi r d, Lackey; will be two group dances, a Morris
fourth, Stewart. Disance, 19 feet 417 Dance and a Sword Dance, in which
inches. several men close to the 200 pound
Shot Put-Won by Anderson; sec- class will bounce around. Tiger leap-
ond, Salmon; third, Bacon; fourth, ing and pyramids plus numerous ex-
Silverman. Distance, ' 40 feet 10 ercises on the rings, bars, horse, and
inches. mats will make up the rest of the
High Jump-Tied for first, Robin- program.
son. and Weinberg; third, Wurster, Tickets will be sold at the door for
fourth, Silverman. Height, 5 feet 7 25 and 10 cents, it was said.
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MileRun--Won by Boylan; second,'
Stockton; third, Wolf; fourth, Whit- MORELAND WINS 22ND
sit. Time, 4:51.0. DALLAS, Tex., March 27.-(IP)-
High Hurdles-Won by Morgan; Gus Moreland, youthful Texas am-
second, Cline (Two Entries) Time, ateur golf champion, got off to a
:09.2. good start on his 1933 campaign by
Low Hurdles-Won by Meldman; winning the Houston invitation and
second, Morgan, third, Mandelair, New Orleans invitation meets. The
fourth, Cline. Time, :07.8. New Orleans tournament was his
440-yard dash-Won by Allen, 22nd tournament victory since 1928.
second, Carter; third, Bazley, fourth,
Rooza. Time, :55.1
880-yard run-Won by Rollins; Tired? Thirsty? Hungry?
second, Austin; third, Ferch. Time,
2:08.4. CALL 3494,
Sodas - Sundaes - Shakes
"BASHOCK" Cokes - G-Ales - Orangeades
Prep schools in the east have de-T
veloped and are playing a new game, Tasty Sandwiches
a cross between hockey and basket- Prompt Delivery
ball called "Bashock," being played Calkins-Fletcher
with a basketball and using hockey
nets for goals. Drug Co.
How o bAvoI'D BowERs'
A CATARACT is
AND still they let him live! Even
after he said a refugee was a
man who took charge of prize fights!
There's just one thing to do-and
high time somebody did it. Intro-
duce Bill Boner to a good pipe and
good tobacco. A pipe helps a man
get down to straight thinking. Col-
lege men know, too, that there's one
smoking tobacco without a rival.
Here's an idea. Fill your pipe
with Edgeworth Smoking Tobacco
and light up. Nov--take a good long
puff. Ever try anything like that
before? Of course n t, for Edge-
worth is a distinctive and different
blend of fine old burleys.
Buy Edgeworth arnywhere in two
and Edgeworth Plug Slice. All sizes
-150 pocket package to pound humi-
dor tin. If you'd like to try before
you bny, write for a free sample
packet. Address Larus & Bro. Co.,
120 S. 22d St., Richmond, Va.
* A recent investigation
showed Edgeworth to I*b e
the favorite smoking to-
bacco at 42 out of 51
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