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FRIDAY, OCT. 16, 1936 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Alpha Delta Phi
Wins Fraternity
Cinder Crown
Triangle And Zeta Psi Tie
For Second Place With
19 PointsApiece
Uhle, Schwarze Star
Winners Amass 27 Points;
100-Yard Dash Event Is
Feature Event
By STEWART FITCH
Alpha Delta Phi completely out-
classed all other entries to win the
interfraternity track meet yesterday
afternoon at Ferry Field. Triangle
and Zeta Psi, who tied for second
place, garnered 19 points apiece but
were no match for the speed demon
Alpha Delts who amassed a total of
27 points.
The winners placed men in six
events and collected two firsts, one
second, three thirds, a fourth and
one fifth place in the competition.
Triangle copped three firsts but
failed to gain but one other place, a
fifth in the 100-yard dash. Zeta Psi
gained two firsts and placed three
other men. The outstanding stars of
the afternoon were Jack Uhle of Al-
pha Delta Phi and Fred Schwarze of
Phi Psi, both of whom captured two
firsts. Uhle scored both of his vic-
tories in the hurdle events, high and
low, and Schwarze grabbed firsts in
the 100-yard dash and the running
broad jump.t
Dash Is Feature
Probably the best event of the af-
ternoon was the 100-yard dash in
which it was necessary to run three
preliminary heats to cut the field suf-
ficiently to allow the final to be run
without crowding. The best time in
the preliminary heats of this event
was :10.8 but the speedy field in the
final heat forced Schwarze to break
the tape in :10.2 to win, which is
considered very good time in a meet
of this type.
In the high hurdles event the
timber toppers were closely bunched
going over the last hurdle but Uhle,
who was second man over, sped ahead
of Chi Psi McKee to grab first place.
In the low hurdle event he had no
such competition, however, and led
the field all the way to win in :14.4
seconds. Incidentally, two other Al-
pha Delt's placed in this event making
a total of 10 points for the champions.
Hyatt Wins Mile
The mile run was hotly contested
at the start but midway in the race
Hyatt of Triangle forged ahead to
win by at least ten yards. This race
proved to be a nemesis to many of the
contestants who found themselves
sadly out of condition as they entered
the final laps. Many lagged far be-
hind the leaders or were forced out
of the race completely.
Other firsts in the meet were a
jump of 19 ft. 10 inches in the broad
jump by Schwarze of Phi Psi, a toss
of 34 ft. 11/2 inches in the shot put
by Syversen of Triangle, a time of
:36.5 in the 300 yard by Dennis of
Triangle, a 10 foot pole vault by
Upson of Zeta Psi and a 5 ft. 8 inches
mark in the high jump scored by
Stone of Zeta Psi and Weir of Theta
Xi.
The final scores of the meet are as
follows; First, Alpha Delta Phi, 27;
Second, Triangle andZeta Psi, 27;
Fourth, Phi Kappa Psi, 15; Fifth,
Theta Xi, 14; Sixth, Psi Upsilon, 71/2
and Seventh, Chi Psi, 7.
1I -CAGERS REPORT

All candidates for the Varsity
basketball team report at the In-
tramural Sports Building basket-
ball courts for opening practice
at 7:45 p.m. Monday. Bring your
own equipment.

che
PRESS
ANGLE
- By GEORGE J. ANDR -
(Daily Sports Editor)
Catcher, Good Guy.. ..
O YOU whose chief worry is the
fact that you've been erle
at this University for some three
weeks and are already three weeks
behind; to you who missed up on
rushee Rufus Husselbump and see
ruin staring your frat club in the
face; to you who can't make time
with some dollie whose chief claim
to fame is her doubtful resemblance
to Simone Ditto; to you-who do not
even know what trouble is-this col-
umn is dedicated and directed.
About a year ago Lyle Kinmouth
Williams, better known as Kim Wil-
liams, Varsity catcher and good guy,
was stricken with something or other
and forced to drop out of school and
return to his home at Katonah, N. Y.
It developed later that he had con-
tracted ulcerated colitis and his con-
dition was a doubtful one.
The big blond, good natured boy
who had stepped into the mask and
shin guards behind the plate when
John Jablonski was nipped by in-
eligibility, his perennial boogey man,
in the spring of 1935 has gradually
wasted away from 175 pounds to
about 125. Through it all he re-
tained his optimism and balance.
Now Kim, captain-elect, is a little
obscured in the minds of many byt
time and a Big Ten title. He is still
fighting the disease that took him in
its stride. He hasn't lost any of his
blond crispness mentally. His trou-
bles haven't stopped him in the least.
Whenever you have the feeling
that you've got trouble, the next
time you feel like cutting your 10t
o'clock because the prof. might
stumble on your name give Kim a
thought. You haven't got any trouble;
you're sitting in a bed of roses, my
friend.
* * * '
Consolation,
INDIANA FANS who attended the
I.U.-Michigan fracas last week con-
soled many a Wolverine fan with a
light hearted, "I know just how you
feel." !
Hoosier fans do know just how we
feel too. Until the coming of Bo Mc-
Millin changed the course of Hoo-
sier grid fortunes Indiana adherents
used to leave the stands every Sat-
urday saying, "Okay, mister we lost,
but you've never seen a better band
any place," and the last with a hurt
pride and a desire to change the sub-
ject that even Ohio State fans knew
better than to overlook.
Ann Arbor fairly rang with such a
sentiment last week-end.
Chasers .
CHASERS-Purdue's recovery from
the shower room catastrophe is
really one of the prime surprises of
the season . . . every time we read
of a Boilermaker victory there seems
to be a tinge of viciousness behind
it . . . Already this year the Purdue
eleven has scored more points in twc
games than it did during the whole
1935 season . . . U-Pickem pools have
been conspicuously absent until this
week . . . They're back, however, and
Michigan students are once again
contributing to the $20,000,000 that
this racket nets each year . . . The
reappearance will undoubtedly show
its greatest effect in the "fair and
square" one-ball slot machine rev-
enue . . . Watch the U.S.C. Trojans
. Between 1925 and 1933 the Tro-
jans amassed 3,022 points on the

gridiron and now Howard Jones has
them hitting their old stride again
. With Oregon, Oregon State and
Illinois behind them they face Wash-
ington State Saturday and they face
them optimistically.
R.A.G,

Barks Gopher Signals

Coach Emery Supplies _
'Get' To 'Get A Gopher'
Despite the fact that they have lost
two games in a row, 34 stalwart Wol-
verines set out for Minneapolis at
5:20 p.m. last night on the Wolverine
Special determined to "Get a Gopher"
and bring the "Little Brown Jug" to,
its old stamping ground on Ferry
Field.
The present squad includes two last.
minute additions-Norm Nickerson,
an end, and Fred Olds, who plays in
the tackle position. The spirits of1
Coach Harry Kipke's boys were still
high even though Athletic Director
Fielding H. Yost was not along to1
cheer them on. Neuritis is keeping
Yost away from the third Michigan
game that he has missed since 1900.
The outstanding player in yester-
day's light practice before the team
left for Minneapolis was none other
than Coach Harvey Emery. After
trying all week to perfect the Varsity
line, Coach Emery decided that he
would get in there yesterday and
show the boys just what he meant
about charging hard and getting
away fast. He took off his glasses
and lined up opposite little George
Marzonie, one of the best linemen on
the team, and proceded to give
George all the exercise that he would
need in preparation for the Gopher
linemen.
Coach Emery then lined up on pass
defense and became so excited when
the Varsity completed a pass to John
Brennan that he charged after Bren-
nan and tackled him even though
the squad was only going through
dummy scrimmage.
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Entries In I-M
Touch Football
Due Tomorrow.

Ann Arbor Eleven
To Play Tonight
With Michigan's Wolverines play-
ing out of town this week. Ann Arbor
football fans will get their gridiron
thrills tonight at Wines Field when

Tomorrow is the deadline for en- two of the state's most powerful high
tries in the I-M's touch football school elevens, Lansing Central and
tournament for Independents. Six- Ann Arbor, clash under the lights at
teen teams have already signed up 8 p.m.
and several more are expected as It will be the second night game of
the schedules will be drawn immed- the local season and several thous-
iately after the closing date. and people are expected to crowd in-
According to present plans, play to the stands of the Hill Street ath-
will begin Tuesday. Team managers letic field to see this meeting of two
will receive a schedule of all games. unbeaten teams.

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The I-M department also urges
Independent groups interested in en-
tering the All-Year competition to
start now, as the touch football
tourney will contribute to their point
total.
Winners in last year's touch foot-
ball tournament, as well as the win-
ners in the All-Year competition,
were the D.D.'s, who defeated the
J.O.E.'s for the title. The Law Club
copped the second division crown
from the Jay Hawks. These teams,
along with other contending groups
of last year which included Fletch-
er Hall, Forestry Club, Wildcats and
Ohio, are also entered in this season's
play.

Lansing's big team has disposed " -/ t Su LJ Liu ELI I
of Hastings, 27-0; East Lansing, 3-0;
and Saginaw, 6-0. In its first three
starts Ann Arbor has tied Fordson
and Ferndale and defeated Grosse -
Pointe, the latter last Saturday tak- -- -
ing the measure of the highly touted READ THE DAILY CLASSIFIEDS
Flnit Northern Club.

Bud Wilkinson, Minnesota quar-
terback will guide the Gopher at-
tack against Michigan this Satur-
day. Last week, against Nebraska,
Wilkinson tossed the lateral pass
that started Andy Uram on his way
to the thrilling touchdown that
won the game with only 68 seconds
to play.
Walt Stone Carries
Torch For Alphi Phi's
A very humorous touch, was added
to the Interfraternity track meet yes-
terday afternoon when Walt Stone,
steeplechase champion of the Penn
relays last spring, entered the pole
vault under the flag of Alpha Phi.
Walt valiantly carried the torch for-
ward for the sisters of that well-
known sorority, evidently without
their knowledge, but grabbed off a tie
for second place.

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BASKETBALL MANAGERS
All those interested in trying out
for sophomore managerships of
the Varsity basketball team re-
port at the Intramural Sports
Building basketball courts at 7:30
p.m. Monday.
HUBERT BRISTOL

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