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Twenty
Maroons, Maize
And Wildcats To
Meet On Track
Wolverines Are Favored
To Win Three-Way Tilt
Saturday Night
Ward Should Star
Wolverine Ace Is Expected
To Win First Place In
Three Events

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tracksters Picked To Compete In Triangular

A squad of 20 tracksters will leave
for Chicago tomorrow afternoon to
engage in a triangular meet with
Chicago and Northwestern Saturday
night.
The meet will be held in the Chi-
cago field house, where the Big Ten
meet is to be put on next week.
Michigan is doped to win in view
of the fact that Ohio State, badly
beaten by Michigan two weeks ago,
tied Northwestern for first in a quad-
rangular meet last Saturday. Chicago
took third place.
Coach Charlie Hoyt, Wolverine
mentor, will not name his squad until
after practice tonight.
Conference Meet Next
The meet will be the final test for
Michigan before the Big Ten indoor
championship. It will also serve to
acclimate themselves to the track
which will be the scene of the title
meet.
The Wolverine team's showing tc
date has surprised even their most
ardent followers. Dopesters who pre-
dicted an easy Indiana win in the In-
doors early in the season have raised
their eyebrows and quit predicting.
For Michigan has displayed unex-
pected strength in many events.
Jack Childs, for one, seems to have
found himself at last. In breaking the
Field House record last Saturday
night with a 4:17.5 mile, he ran the
best race of his career. Followers are
wondering if he can maintain this
pace.
Hoyt Praises Childs
Coach Hoyt has stated that Childs
is the best potential miler he has
ever coached. His teammates also
have confidence in his ability.
Neree Alix is another surprise. Al-
though only a sophomore, his record
performances to date indicate that he
is one of the best distance men in
the Conference.
Willis Ward should have little
trouble repeating victories in the high
hurdles, 60-yard dash and high jump.
Neither Chicago nor Northwestern
have men in these events to compare
with him.
Moreau Hunt, another sophomore,
has apparently taken Boyd Pantlind's
place in the hurdles. Against State
and Ypsi he won the lows and placed
second to Ward in the highs. Big
things are expected of him.
For the first time in years, Mich-
igan will have a strong contender in
the pole vault. Dave Hunn, soph-
omore, attained an altitude of 13 feet
Saturday night, and doesn't seem to
have reached his limit yet. He ap-
pears to be a sure point-winner in
the Conference meet.
The Wolverines have four strong
dashmen in Ward, Lamb, Kemp, and
Barnes, 'all of whom are capable o
6.4 or better.
Kemp is also strong in the quarter
mile, along with Capt. llerby, Pat
ton and others. Blumenfeld and Alex-
ander appear to be possibilities in the
shot put, Harvey Smith is almost e
sure winner in the half-mile, and Rod
Howell should win points in the two.
mile.
BADMINTON
Second round matches in the All-
City mixed doubles badminton tour-
nament resulted in the defeat of
Miss Nancy Quirk and John Havi-
land of Ypsilanti by Miss Catherine
Sallew and Paul -Coursey, 21-18, 21-
15, and the victory of Mrs. Rene Tal-
amon and Lyle LaCroix, '34E, over
Miss Virginia Peasley and Thoma
Anketell, '36, 21-11, 21-18.
Big Ten Standings

PLAY&
BY-PLAY
By AL NEWMAN
February News.,..
* * *
BENEATH, YOU WILL FIND a
typical news summary for a day
in February. Being as how this is the
first day of March (or is it Leap
Year?) you might as well have some
typical Ann Arbor February news
right now.
The Weather: cold and lousy
throughout the day becoming colder
and lousier toward evening.
Sports: Michigan loses another
basketball game by a score of blank
to blank. Cappon starts an entirely
new combination to fool the opposi-
tion but the opposition doesn't fool.
Regeczi throws ball down floor only
to find that he mistook an opponent
for the ball.
Hockey: Hockey team wins, loses
(cross out one) Sherf makes blank
goals.
Swimming: Michigan beats Blank
University by 60 something to blank
(Something very low). Mann dis-
satisfied.
WRESTLING: Michigan grapplers
score a t r i u mp h over Blank.
Whoosh of the visitors has head cut
aff halfway through bout, but does
not realize it until meet is finished.
Track: Ineligible division of track
team beats eligibles by huge score.
Hoyt confident of victory over con-
ference even with eligibles.
Administrative: Board in Control
abolishes football due to high quo-
tation on pigskin.
LOCAL: Beer petition is denied on
technicality. Man who presented
petition had on purple tie, parted
hair in middle. Should have had
green tie, parted hair on side. No
action possible until sometime in
third millenium A.D.
Fraternities forbidden to make
faces at freshmen during Hell Week.
Hell removed from Hell Week leav-
ing it Weak.
National: Flight Lieut. Phlapper
lost over Atlantic. Flying mail on
route from Cheyenne, Wyo., to Phoe-
nix, Ariz. Lieut. Phlapper slightly
off course, last reported over Bar-
negat, N. J.
NATIONAL SPORT: After bout
with Loughran, Primo Carnera
and management decide to go fur-
ther in the same direction, sign for
title bout with one of Singer's mid-
gets.
International: Slight disturbances
in Austria and France. Thousands
killed. Governments lay slight dis-
turbances to minor agitators.
Local Society Note: Last out of
town guests for J-Hop depart today.
Rinkey Dinks Favored
To Win Hockey Crown
With winners yet to be determined
in the four inter-fraternity hockey
divisions, Tom Prause, organizer and
reneral boss of the league, announced
;esterday that the games played dur-
ng the next ten days would bring
ogether the best teams of the cir-
suit in some closely contested match-
Is.

Favorites to take the championship
ire the Rinkey Dinks, boasting such
tars as Charles Tarbor, Dick Berry-
nan, and Bob King. This high scor-
ing aggregation has piled up 27
points in two games, and is expected
to be pressed only by Lambda Chi
Mpha, whose forward line of Ralph
Whisler, Keith Davis, and Chuck
Kocsis has been a powerful threat
ill season.
Volley Ball
Four teams have advanced to the
Fnals of the All-Campus volleyball
Tournament. The winner of the
Delta Alpha Epsilon-Lambda Chi Al-
?ha game will meet the victor of the
Phi Lambda Kappa-Delta Chi con-
test for the championship.
Louie Westover and Ray Fiske,
last year's finalists, will meet again
this week in the All-Campus squash
finals. Louie is. eager to avenge his
defeat of a year ago, and a hotly
contested match is in prospect for
devotees of the sport.

Five Teams In
Fight For 2nd
Place In Big 10
Northwestern Is Favored
As Runner-Up In Cage
Race; To Meet Chicago
Officially the Western Conference
basketball race will be over Monday,
March 5, but unofficially,. as far as
first place is concerned, it is over
right now, for the Purdue Boiler-
makers by virtue of their win over
Wisconsin last Monday have riveted
a handle on the trophy and are twirl-
ing it around by the well-known little
finger.
But while Purdue is in a select
sphere by itself, Northwestern, Wis-
consin, Indiana, Illinois, and Iowa are
putting up a five-cornered battle for
second honors.
Wildcats Favored
Northwestern, with seven wins and
four losses, is to date alone in the
runner-up position, and is greatly fa-
vored to defeat the last place Chicago
Maroons Saturday at Chicago and
remain in second place.
Wisconsin, in a tie for third place
with Indiana, will play Iowa March
3 at Wisconsin in a game that should
be a toss up. Iowa is tied with Illi-
nois for fourth place, but has a scrap-
py team that has the prestige of hav-
ing defeated the conference-leading
Boilermakers. On March 5 the Badg-
ers will take on Minnesota at Wis-
consin. If Wisconsin can manage to
take these two games they will either
be in second place alone or tied with
Northwestern. Otherwise it looks like
third place.
Indiana will face Purdue Saturday
and Michigan Monday. Indiana may
be conceded a chance for second
place. The Boilermakers may suffer
a let down since they have clinched
the title, and Indiana has an edge
over the Wolverine quintet.
Illini Against Purdue
Illinois has won six and lost five.
Considering the tilt with Purdue,
scheduled next Monday, the Illini will
probably finish with a .500 average.
Michigan has a chance to go into
an eighth place tie with Ohio State
next Monday night if the Wolverine
cagers can withstand the Hoosier in-
vasion.
Whether Michigan finishes eighth
or ninth it will be the worst season
that Coach Cappon has experienced
since he took over the reins as head
basketball coach here three years ago.
In the 1931-32 season the courtmen
finished fourth and in 1932-33 Cap-
pon managed to guide his proteges to
a third place tie with Iowa.
Giedhill, Chapin
Join Professionals
NEW YORK, Feb. 27- (/P) - Bill
O'Brien, who is associated with big
Bill Tilden in the promotion of pro-
fessional tennis, today announced
that Keith Gledhill, ninth ranking
amateur of the United States, and
Alfred H. Chapin, Jr., who was rated
seventh in 1926, had accepted terms
for a professional tour.
They will join Tilden and Ells-
worth Vines, Jr., former National
champion, on March 21 in a series
at New Haven, Conn., starting a Na-
tional tour.
Gledhill, who held the National
doubles title with Vines in 1932, will
play with his former amateur part-
ncr against Tilden and Chapin and
the four will rotate in singles against
each other.
VANCE WITH FOE NOW
CINCINNATI, Feb. 27 - (/P)-Daz-
zy Vance, who will be with the Reds

this year, remembers Redland field
with particular clarity because he
once was within one putout of a no-
hit game here when a measly fly-
ball single by Sammy Bohne spoiled
it.
Last 3 D----ys
QUITTING BUSINESS
SAL
This Store Closes Saturday Night,
March 3rd
SCHLOSS SUITS
CHOICE OF THE STORE

Carnera-Loughran Bou, Little INa po1
Postponed By Weather Of Basebal
The Tommy Loughran-Primo
C a rn era world's heavyweight!1
m~as eh==Laid To
championship bout, to have beenI
fought last night at Miami in
the Madison Square Outdoor
Arena, was postponed until to- Many Notables Of
night, because of rain. World Gather
Boasting a 73-pound weight ad-
vantage over his American chal- Rites Of John Mc
lenger, Carnera, the Mussolini-
man, reigns a 3 to 1 favorite to re- BALTIMORE, Feb. 28 -
tain his title. body of John McGraw, t
Loughran has been around in Napoleon" of baseball, I
boxing circles for a long period, brought back to Baltimore
and he is perhaps the best boxer of his early diamond trium
in the heavyweight ranks. Carnera A delegation of Baltir
is far from being the best boxer, local sportsmen and friend
but when he tags his rival on the at the Pennsylvania Sta
button with his 258 pounds, boxing the train arrived. McGr
dexterity is rendered negligible. honorary member of the E
If Loughran can stay away from past 39 years.
Carnera, he will undoubtedly out- The body was taken t
point the Italian giant, and the Cathedral Cemetery by ai
title will return to America for the the fraternal order. It v
first time since the championship temporarily in a vault. B
days of Jack Sharkey. be made in the spring.
Among those accompa
body to Baltimore after t
Oklahoma Confident services in New York toda
McGraw, the widow,
Of Keeping Control Stoneham, owner of the
Giants, and William Te
O f Wrestling Crown ager of the Giants, who
McGraw.
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the third
of a series of articles on the forth- NEW YORK, Feb. 28 -
coming National Intercollegiate wres- friends gathered to take
ting meet). well of John Joseph McG
By FRED A. HUBER The tremendous pile of
If publicity releases received from that is St. Patrick's Cat]
the Oklahoma A. & M. wrestling the setting of funeral serv
team are to be believed, the National baseball veteran whose tu
Intercollegiate wrestling title is al- reer came to a peaceful
ready in the Cowboy trophy case. The in a New Rochelle hospit
record of the Oklahoma team is truly The list of honorary i
impressive, but competition which also included notables of
they will receive from the Eastern ferent fame -GJohn McC
schools in the meet here March 23 Irish tenor; George M.
and 24 may cause the Cowboys to .re- Wolf Hopper, Sam Harris
evaluate themselves. ers, Charles Dillingham
In the past the entry list from the Crumit of the theatre; Ed
seaboard schools has been quite small, Max Hirsch and James E
due to the inaccessibility of the meet, the turf; Edward P. Mul
but with Ann. Arbor, a centrally lo- mer p o 1 i c e commissiol
cated town, the meet is already as- Hoppe, Jack Doyle and F
sured of a far greater representation of billiard fame; Tim M
of Eastern matmen than the Inter- promoter; supreme cou
collegiate has seen in many years. business men; sports
Cowboys Have Champions many others who had co
The outstanding feature of the Ok- and respect the doughty
lahoma team is that neither of their the diamond.
National title-holders, Rex Peery at
118 lbs., and Ross Flood at 126, have 4T chian Var
been beaten in dual meet competition
this season. Flood was replaced by Inactive Aft
Lester Barnes earlier in the season,
but Barnes has Rhad difficulty in Iasketbli
making the weight and is at present
battling with Ralph Rasor for the
135-lb. job. Just which one will get The rabid sport's fol]
the call on the eight-man team the craves a generous sprinkl
Cowboys expect to enter in the Na- letic events to mix with 1
tional is uncertain. routine of study, will be i
Unbeaten in dual competition since after next Monday night's
1932, the Oklahomans feel supremely game with Indiana, for t
confident of making their mythical ter winds up the hom(
team title a reality this year, espe- Michigan's Varsity win
cially so after a 15 1-2 to 9 1-2 vic- teams.
tory over the Southwestern State From then on until t
Teachers' mat squad. The outstand- April, there will be a lull :
ing event of the meet from the Cow- to be broken only by ti
boys' angle was the heavyweight intercollegiate wrestling r
event, in Which Teague of South- will be held here Marc
western, national champion in 1933 24th. This display of the
was only able to gain a 2:06 time is in college grappling v
advantage over Tom Hanley, of A. & worth seeing by any in
M. With Hanley proving himself a Ann Arbor, and will tem
worthy competitor to the champion, vive the "dyed-in-the-woo
and Yale boosting their undefeated from his coma of protr
candidate, Snowden, a three-cornered ness.
fight for the crown is expected. The Wolverine basebal
Have Colorful Team be very busy during the
Even if the Oklahoman team fails of April, but the fans w
to win the team title, and a large consolation, as this busin
share of the individual champion- on foreign diamonds, Ho
ships, they will undoubtedly provide nis meets on April 27th
much color to the meet, both on with Michigan State and
and off the mat. Emphasis on wres- spectively, may serve tc
tling at the Cowboy school is high, sport fan's appetite for

and their grapplers, appearing reg- come.
ularly in ten-gallon hats and typical Once the month of May
cowboy outfits, will bring a new fea- the sport fan's worries w
ture to the Michigan campus. It was for the Michigan nine w
this showmanship that gave the Ok- here on the 1st, 5th, 8th
lahomans much fame and publicity in rapid succession, with
on their trip to the east a few years -ames coming near the
ago. month.

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Purdue....... ....9 1
Northwestern .. . ......7 4
Wisconsin .,.........6 4
Indiana ............6 4
Illinois ......... ....6 5
Iowa.. . ..... . .6 5
Minnesota .. .. ....5 6
Ohio State . ...,......4 ,8
Michigan... .......3 8
Chicago ............2 9
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