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Madison, Wis., Jan. .28. -A squad of
veterans will represent the Univer-
sity of-Wisconsin on the'tr'ack during

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Bend on Feb. 18. Coach Tom Jones
has experienced men, with high rat-
ings in the Western Conference, tv
enter in practically every event..
The Badgers are expected to be es-
pecial'y strong in the hurdles, distanc-
es and pole vault,,with a well round-
ed team in the other events. Always
1 among the leading contenders for;
the Conference champ'onship, Coach
Jones feels that the 1922 team will be
able to lead all of its competitors,
provided that eligibility does not cut
heavily into the squad.
Outstanding indivdual stars, how.
ever, are lacking among the Badgers,
A. J. Knollin of Pocatello, Idaho, cap-
tarin of the team, is expected to lead
the Conference in both high and low
hurdles. Two years' competition in
which he stood among the best hur-

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George Sto'ley of Milwaukee, and
F. S. Newell of Irma, Wis., are hur-
diers who have been contenders in
Conference meets and are looked to
for places during the coming season.
In the two mile, Wisconsin will have
George Finkle of Greenwood, Wis.,
who won the Conference cross coun-
try meet this year, and was among
the leaders in the two-mile at last
year's outdoor Conference track meet.
Mark Wall of Eau Claire, and Clar-
ence Wille of Milwaukee are experi-
enced mile runners with two years
of varsity competition. They both
have placed in Conference meets and
are looked for to be in best condition
this year.
The Badgers will again have Dale
Merrick, who won the Con'' rence.
pole vault last -year, to represent
them in this event. L. W. McCure
and N. D. Scott, although less ex-
perienced, are looked to for places.
Ralph Spetz of Milwaukee, if eligi-
ble this year, will represent the team
n the 100 yard dash, 220 yard dash,
and the 440 yard run. He is one of
the best dash men who has repre-
sented the Badgers in years, accord-
ing to the coaches. E. W. Johnson of
Madison and Robert Blodgett of St.
Paul, are other dash men of promise.
Guy Sundt of Stoughton, football
captain, will be in his third year of
competition in the weight events and,
the broad jump. P. M. Platten of
Green Bay and Gibson are hsit jump-
ers who are counted on. Both have
had one year of competition.
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Freshman track material at the made the best time of the ype
University of Michigan is the most I gymnasium track at 4:38. Bo
promising since 1917 when the ver. ran and Nicholson will deve
satile Carl Johnson and Larry Butler exceptional milers according
were trying out for the yarling ein- Hahn and Varsity Coach
der team, according to Archie Hahn, .Neither of these men had run
freshman track coach. Out of the tance under 5 minutes uni
1925 delegation, Coach Hahn expects year, 'but they have both
to pick a number of men who will be their time 20 seconds since the
strong candidates for Steve Farrell aI ran has an ideal build for a
Varsity next year. ful miler, according to Farrell
Heading the list of candidates is two mile, Hahn expects to v
Hubbard, negro athlete of Walnut bell and Amstutt.
Hi:ls High school of Cincinnati, who The hurdle events are u
has been surprising all the track fans strong. Hubbard, Barth, and I
with his remarkable records in Wat- have been working in the hi
erman gymnasium. This man is prac- have not been timed. When tl
tically as versatile as Carl Johnson goes outdoors, Haggarty of T
and in his workouts indoors has been Michigan, interscholastic' win
showing almost as good form as the year, and Marriam of Grand
1920 wonder. Hubbrd has done 23 will join the squad. Some of
feet in the broad jump inside, is run- men will be tried in the low
ning the 50 yard dash consistently in while Houghiand and Aldrich
05 3-5, and is displayip'g good form men, will also be worked.
as a high hurdler. He is also a high The high jumpers have beet
jumper and discus thrower, although around 5 feet 7 inches indoor
Hahn is not working him in these ser of Mercersberg and J. 1
events. There are several freshmen are the most likely looking
almost as, good as Hubbard in the 50. dates. Two unusual pole vaul
Wittman, Neville, Steger, Clark, and on the freshman squad. Brc
Jones all push Hubard har4 in this I transfer from M. A. C., has le
event. When the squad moves out- bar at 12 feet, and indoors :
dors, several of these will be turned better than Prosser. The latt
into 220 men or quarter miler. ever, has as his best mark
Gowen and Marsh have turned the 3 nches.
440 in :55 seconds, remarkably good
for freshmen indoors so early in the1
year. In Jones, Richey, and 'Marsh, COMING! A BI
Coach Hahn has other good men. SEN
The half mile finds Renke, Gibson,
Spedding, and Zinn the most promis- HE
ing candidates. They have not run
against time much this year but Ren-a
ke is said to have won the interschol-
astic of Wisconsin in 2:01 3-5 last
year.!
Hahn believes the candidates for the
mile present. possibilities for develop-
ment. Isbell without being pushed A R. CA D E T RT E A T

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