Fisher of Minnesota, Sprott of"Cali-
fornia, Meehan of Notre Dame, Nash
of Wisconsin, 'Furnas of Purdue and
ONSpeer of Chicago, arei the, favorites
;from which the winner of the half mile
will probably emerge. The two lt.
nois men have bettered two minutes
wil this year, andin 1918 Spnk ran the'
distance in 1:56. Speer has always
done well in Conference competition.
Meehan is one of the best mildle dis-
tance runners in the west, but may de-
ENTS vote himself to the Mild, In prference
to the half.
Furnas of Purdue ran the mile in
ircles the'orthwestern meet in 4:25, which
made is the best time that has been made
'olingin Conference 'cicles. this year. In
bable 1918 Otis of Chicago was timed in
Illi- 4:20. Sprot ' of California is yumor-
into ed good, but ,will have stiff competi-
the gtion here.. WahI and ' Ramsey, who
SThe grabbed first and second from Illinois,
o 65, and Yates of Illinois, are men to be
>f the watched.
State Again in the two mile, Furnas of
Purdue fis figured 'as a stro g possi-
ruler bility.. In the .Conference he has no
ek, is equal, unless Otis of Chicago runs a
Iohn- bit better than he has before. Others
can who may cut in for points are Dusen-
This berry and Naughton of Illinois, Dayton
the of Wisconsin, Maynard of Michigan,
Irived and De Swarte of Northwestern.
s two Johnson of Michigan is favored for
i, the first in both of the hurdle races, if he.
these Is in condition. Beardsley, also of
they Michigan, should have a good chance
inois. to score. Nabor of Wabash was second
lking in the high hurdle event at the Con-
both ference meet last year Grunsky, the
o,be best of the California hurdlers, has a
e the mark of 15 1-5 seconds in the high
e and sticks. 'Gallagher of the Kansas Ag-
ed to gies was winner of the low hurdles at
and the Missouri Valley meet last year.
ough Jonsn and Osborne
htould Johnson of, Michigan and Osborne
of Illinois are the best high jumpers
in the Conference. Johnson won the
yard high jump last year with a leap of 6
s .slx feet 2' 1-2 inches, and Osborne has
, Ma- jumped a quarter of an inch higher
lichi- this year. Ot1pr men wh have clear-
mery ed 6 feet are Moorhead'of Ohio State,
souri. Hoffman and Brigham of Iowa.,
latter Slaughter and Wesbrook of Michi-
and gan, Andres and lDerrick of Wiscon-
d for sin, -Hawker Of Minnesota, A, Devine
won of Iowa, Buchanan of Illinois, Hill of
se5 Ohio State, and Fro~st qf the Kansas
rld's Aggies are all 12 foot vaulters, and
dash. each man has a god record behind
i this him. Frost cleared 12 2 1-2 recently,
Cook 'and Hawker was the winner of this
ie of evunt in the indoor Conference meet
0utler Miller of Purdue is a certain winner
Mis- in the javelin, as he recently set a new
,Oss American record throwing the javelin
icago in the Olympic stle. Merchant, the
tend- California 'all-around star, is very good
:utler at this evnt. Breed, of Illinois, is
s this Miller's nearest rival in the ponfer-
' race ence, though Sundt of Wisconsin, Pat-
year. rick of Minnesota, and Dyke of Iowa
men are likely point winners.
ith. In the broad jump, Johnson and
Merchant are the two closest rivals.
inois, The Paci1c oast star has set a mark
this year of 2 feet, 11 inches. Wes-
brook of Michigan and Osborne of Il-
linois may- also be expected to take
places in the event.
Higgins in Shot Put
With Higgins in condition there is
little question as to the, winner of the
shot put, and Jo Baker, Michigan
heaver, should follow the Chicago
ma. Majors of California, McClung of
Missouri, and Williams. of Indiana,
who was a student at Michigan while
a freshman, and defeated Baker ina
class meet, are all men who have bet-
terdd 42 feet.
° Merchant is conceded the hammer
throw, as his mark of 165 fet is be-
yond the reach of any ' Conference
weight man. Bennett of Illinois and
Higgins of Chicago, and Wilson of:
Illinoie should finish in the order
named. ,Later Michigan might cut in
for ta few points.
Higgins seemss the logical man to
win the discus, to judge by his pre-
vious perforamnces. Miller o'f Pur-
due, Baker of Michigan, and Bennett,
Wilson, and Weiss, all of Illinois, are
On form, the relay should ga to
Illiiiois, with Michigan and Minnesdta
fihting for second. The other two
places are in doubt, being the proper-
ty of any of several of the western
The above selections have ' been
made in view of. performances of the
individual athlete, and previous rec-
ords have been taken into considera-
tion in the making of decisions.
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Fraternity tennis: All games in
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Class tennis: All matches previ-
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