JANUARY 21,4194 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
olverie Grapping Team Defeats Milhgan State Wres
MANN TO LECTURE1
Matt Mann, Varsity swimming
coach, is going to appear at the as-1
sembly of the Physical Education
major class Tuesday morning in]
Sarah Caswell Angell Hall to show
the Olympic pictures of swimming'
and diving, and to talk on his sub-
The meeting, which will be held,
at 9 a. m. Tuesday, is open to all;
women on campus who are interested
and care to attend.
Harriet Crow is winner of the bowl-
ing tournament for 1934. She scored
178 points, to capture the title for
Delta Zeta. A sorority sister, Adele
Gardner, came in second with 173
Nine games have been scheduled
for this week's play in the basketball
tourney, five to narrow down the A
division of undefeated teams, and
four in the B section. Houses are to
arrange their own hours for play.
Choice is open at either 4 or 5 p. m.,
on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
or Friday afternoons. Two games can
be accommodated at once on the
Barbour Gym floor.
The schedule: Betsy Barbour vs.
Sigma Kappa, Alpha Delta Pi vs.
Martha Cook, Independents vs. New-
berry, Delta Gamma vs. Phi Sigma
Sigma, Kappa Delta drawing a bye.
These are all Class A games. In the
Class B division: Tri Delta vs. Jordan
1, Delta Zeta vs. Gamma Phi Beta,
Alpha Omicron Pi vs. Alpha Chi
Omega. Theta Phi Alpho vs. Jordan 2.
Good Group Of Quarter-Milers
Discovered In Time-Trial Races
Judging from the results of yes-
terday's track time-trials, Michigan
will be represented on the cinders
by one of the fastest groups of quar-
ter-milers in the Big Ten.
Although the loss of Chuck De-
Baker, Chill Allen and Ned Turner
will undoubtedly be felt, a new crop
of speedsters are on hand to take
The quarter-mile race was the
feature event of the afternoon, and
eight men turned in times worthy of!
any big-time meet. Captain Tom
Ellerby, the only veteran of last
year's great mile relay quartet, led
the pack, but he was hard-pressed by
a group of determined competitors.
His time was 51.3. Harvey Smith
covered the distance in 51.5, and Ed
Lemen did it in 51.6. Sophomores
who were in the race all the way
were Dick Ellerby, Ben Starr, Harvey
Patton and Jake Kauffman.
Minor injuries to Willis Ward and
Boyd Pantlind almost put the dam-
per on the trials. Ward turned an
ankle while warming up, and Pant-
lind was, kept out of competition
with a leg strain.
In their absence, Moreau Hunt, a
sophomore, was outstanding in the
hurdles. Cass Kemp and Bob Lamb
had things all their way in the dash-
Neree Alix and Rod Howell turned
in encouraging exhibitions in the
two-mile event. Alix won a close
race in which both men broke the
tape in less than ten minutes.
Dave Hunn continued to improve
in the pole vault, successfully top-
ping a 12 foot, 9 inch height. He
gives promise of being the best
vaulter Michigan has had in some
years. Nelson Droulard, another
sophomore from St. Clair, is also
promising in this event.
Al Blumenfeld put the shot 44 feet
8' inches to beat all competitors in
this event. Although this is three
inches short of his record last week,
it is still better than ordinary. Push-
ing him all the time are Bob Gillilan
and Jim Bacon, both veterans of last
Jack Childs continued to be the
outstanding miler on the squad. He
circumnavigated the Field House
track eight times in 4:32.3. Coach
Hoyt has set his hopes on Childs as
a fit successor to Doc Howell.
Several members of both the Var-
sity and frosh squads will enter the
Michigan A.A.U. meet in the Field
House, February 3.
Wittenberg college's basketball
team, just home from a four-game
tour of Indiana, losing all four,
trimmed Princeton, which has just
won four straight from eastern sea-
Of CWA Fiv(
Ted Petoskey, Michigan's three
sport star, will coach the CWA bas
ketball five which is entered in th
City league. Ted needs some prac
tice coaching in the school of phys
ical education and has consented t
tutor the CWA five. Practice will b
held each Friday evening at th
Michigan intramural building.
The CWA, after losing its frs
two games in the City league i
searching for new material. Onl
CWA workers will be eligible for tl
team, however. New candidates ar
asked to report at the Ann Arbc
high school next Wednesday eve
New uniforms and new sweat shir
have been donated to the team an
will be issued to 10 members of th
WINTER EXCURSION to
Pullman and Coach
(Pullman Fares Extra)
Friday or Saturday, January 26 and 27
GOING ONLY ON CERTAIN TRAINS
Returning tickets good to leave Niagara Falls, N.Y., not later than
10:35 p.m., January 28, 1934, and connecting train from Buffalo.
Ask About The All-Expense Trip
Children of proper age half fare - no baggage checked.
For Information Consult Local Ticket Agent
dTub of the
"DANCING LADIES" will be attired in
garments that portray the latest in
authentic style as well as supplying a
gorgeous array of colorful harmony.
This ball is the campus' most severe
critic of beauty and correctness of style.
"MEN ABOUT TOWN" will appear at the
Hop in their Michigan style of dignity
and nonchalance. This air is of course
greatly aided by their distinctive formal
dress. The Hop offers an opportunty for
the display of your knowledge of style.
May we suggest that you assure yourself of having
BALTIMORE, Jan. 20. - (P) - The
public is going to "demand" that Max
Baer be given a chance for the cham-
pionship in spite of Madison Square
Garden refusing to sign him for a
championship fight with Primo Car-
nera - that is the opinion of Ancil
Hoffman, Baer's manager.
Hoffman was with Baer in Bal-
timore last night while the latter
was winding up a tour of stage ap-
Baer, grinning broadly as he pen-
ciled his eye-brows before a bulb-en-
circled glass, said "everytime I do
this I have to laugh. Sure, I like
stage-work - but I'd rather box."
But Hoffman was more serious
about it. He was still irked because
the Madison Square Garden arrange-
ments fell through. In his opinion,
the trouble was that "the boxing
trust wanted to dictate its terms," or
else "Camera's interests got in the
background and caused the terms to
be made unacceptable because they
were afraid to match Carnera with
CHICAGO, Jan. 20. - (R)~ - All
square again, William T. Tilden and
Ellsworth Vines will meet in the sev-
enth match of their barn-storming
professional tennis tour tonight at
the Broadway Armory.
Tilden always has been popular in
Chicago, while Vines' showings
against his veteran opponent have
aroused enough interest to indicate a
crowd of 4,500.
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