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TWO MILE RBELAY
QUARTETIN RACE
Team Entered in Special Event at
Cleveland a Week From
Saturday
OUTI)00R SEASON WILL 1EGIN
- AT 0111 STATE RELAY MEET
Michigan's varsity track squad will
bring the indoor season to an end
Saturday, April 12,, when the two mile
relay team will run a match racea
against Ohio State, Notre Dame and
Ames at Public Hall, Cleveland. The
race will be one of the feature relays'
of the interscholastic track meet be-.
ing held under the auspices of the
Cleveland Athletic club.-
The remainder of the squad brought .
its indoor season to a close with the
Cornell meet last Saturday night and1
is taking a rest during the present7
week before starting preparation for1
the outdoor season. The team will re-
sume training next Monday afternoon
for the opening meet on the outdoor
card, the Ohio relays, to be held at
Columbus under the sponsorship of'
Ohio State university late this month.
Relay Team to Race
The relay team to take part in the!
Cleveland race will undoubtedly bek
composed of Captain 11attendorf,
Reinke, Freyberg, and a fourth mem-
ber to be chosen shortly before, thea
team leaves for the meet. The last
place will go to either Roesser, Bow-
en, or Cochran. At the present time
Bowen and Roesser have the besta
chances. However, Bowen has been
running the mile since early in the
season when he ran with the two mile
relay team at an invitation meet in
Chicago and Roesser has been run-1
ning the quarter mile and neither of;
them are in the shape for the half
mile that they were earlier in the
year.
Contrary to first reports the Yale,
Harvard, and Syracuse teams will not
be entered in the two mile relay and
the competition will not be as goodj
as was at first expected. However,'
the Ames team will be relatively
,trong and Ohio is expected to put as
fast quartette into the race. In orderi
to increase the amount of competitioni
Northwestern has been asked to en-
ter a team. The Purple team finished
second behind Michigan in the Illin-
ois relays and can be depended upon
to give Michigan a hard race in the
event they do attend the Cleveland
affair.

Freshman Will
Enter Canuck
Olympic Trials
Michigan may have the unique hon- -andil'i s to
or of being represented international- 0pening
ly in the next Olympic games at Paris.
"Buck" Hester, star sprinter on the
Freshman track squad, is by birth a LITTLE MAK
Canadian and he intends to competej SPRN1
in th-e Canadian Olympic try-outs
which are scheduled to take place in Coach Little
the near future. Hester is being indoor football
groomed for the trials by Coach Hoyt, the Yost field
yearling track mentor, and from noon. The m
form displayed thus far it is xpected until the call
nroachine Ca .adi, tr-, ., ,, -

NISH GIDMany Conference Athletes
Likely To Attend Oly4 .cs:

Be Given Re:t I iil
g of Spring Prac-
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ES PLANS FOR
W TRAINlN SEASON
will conduct his final
li class for this year in
house tomorrow after-
en will be given a rest
for candidates for the

IJI g an I UIUIIry-oL
Although born across the
Hester spent most of his life
UnitedStates, attending high
in Detroit where he has made
viable record as a member
Northern high school cinder
His specialty is the short dash

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and in

the capacity as premier dash man of
his high school has brought many
point trophies to grace the halls of
the school gym.
On the Michigan yearling squad
"Buck" is going in gr-at shape and is
considered one of the best sprint men
working under Hoyt. He earned hiv
indoor numerals and there seems to
be little doubt but that he will make
excellent material for Varsity next
year. In Hester, Sterling, Parker and
Leschinski, the Freshman track squad
possesses a quartet of speed-mer-
chants that has seldom,. if ever, been
surpassed by any first-year class.
These men have had several memor-
able races during the indoor season
and much is expected from them on
next year's Varsity squad.
As far as is known there are no
outstanding Canadian sprint stars'
and it is figured that Hester stands
better than an even chance to make
good in the Canuck trials. Working
under the most favorable conditions
and handled by expert trainers in
the recent dual Freshman telegraphic
meet with Illinois yearlings, I-ester
tied for first in the 50 yard dash.
tearing off the distance in 5 3-5 sec-
onds. This is remarkably fast time
for the distance and enhances his
chances for making the Olympic squad
of his native country. In the all-
campus meet he was nipped at the
tape in the same event by Sterling, aI
team-mate. In Nigh-school Hester
was said to have run the 100 yard dash
in 10 seconds and this time has not
been qualled by many Canadian ath-
letes.

annual spring drill.
The formal spring football call will
be made immediately upon the reop-
ening of school after spring vacation.
Practice will be held daily at the South'
Ferry field gridirons for six successive
weeks of intense drill.
Coach Little inaugurated a new sys-
tem of spring football last year, and
it is expected that he will employ
the same system this spring. Coach
Little has eliminated the individual
competition and substituted regular,
team scrimmage, devoting the greater
part of the time to instruction in
fundamentals.
After several weeks of work in fun-

Marks made by a number of ath- Calhoun and Kahn rank nI o
letes in the Western Conference this Wolverine trio.
season indicate that the Big Ten will Hall of Illinois and Wykofi of
not be shy of representatives on the State are the two est menill
United States team that will enter the Big Ten in the one mile run,
Olympic Ganes at Paris this sum- pic equivalent of which is the 1
mer. metre event. Hall m n th ni n
Wittman of Michigan and Ayres of 4:23 3-5 at the indoor Con([1) e-
Illinois rate among the best dash men meet, which is the best ime on reon
in the country. Wittman has done the this season. With Joie Ray. Ray
100 yard event in 9 4-5, which son, Ray Buker, and Lloyd i ha
i: never bettered in collegiate circles working for the team any i<n: ir
except by such performers as Charlie athlete will do well to earn a i
Paddock. The 5,000 meter event w21 prOl
The Suckers, in Kinsey have a hurd- I be without entries from the tr
ler who has made some great records ence gchools. Mieher of Ilhinoic
indoors. In both the Illinois Relays Phelps of Iowa are thm only vo mci
and the Conference indoor meet, he who stand a -hance, and Aher hco
equalled the world's record in the 60 the necessary ability. oie
and 75 yard high hurdles. In the 220 enter this event as well as the I 1)
yared low event, Brookins of Iowa is metre, or may decde to run the S;000
I withou a peer in the world. He alone.
broke Bob Simpson's world's record Hubbard of Michigan is sure of .o
last spring and showed championship I place on the team in he rumn
form in every race he ran. Johnson broad jump and hop, step, and jmr
of Illinois, Towler of Minnesota, 1- e has leaped over 25 feet in mhe mV--
Brickman of Chicago and Hubbard of event and 48 feet in the second, he 1-
Michigan are all hurdlers of merit ing the national title for bo h. .
but it is doubtful whether these men hirooker, also of Mioh and I>an
will be able to make the grade with Brownell of Illinoml h.ve excellent
such men as Karl Anderson, 1. A. C. chances of maldng the big Irip U
and Carl Christiernson, Newark A. C. conpete in the pole vault. oth be
entered. -made over feet.
Michigan ha, hopes of landing one Smith and MacE ve of
or two men in the half mile race. lead the Big Ten hi;h jem
Captain Hattendorf. Reinke, and Frey- may be able to edge in next t o
?-erg have all broken two minutes in Osborn, Leroy Brown and Diei
their event. The first two have made don. They will have to dd tw
t excetionally fast times consistently three inches to their i eseit r
and have apuroached 1:~5 on several however, as Osbarn' and his
occasions. Northwe,;ter:i; two men, have done close to six ,fd sx hn

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will he held at 7.3E o'clock tonight

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a :~th iht (vents-. ITis sec-wi
9 C'o: w21velin thr:ow1, in -
alable of making over
S.,cons tntly. Stewart, a
nn, has put thesh
t this season and is plan-
ng out for the Olympics. Finals in the all-Freshman wrest-
____ling tournament being conducted by
- r the Intramural department were held
last night in Waterman gymnasium.
The following men wan in their res-
Tective classes:
lI125 pounds: Lifshitz won from Sim-
~~ ~ Ipson.
l T-i : 0UNCIL BUXFFS TN 135 pounds: E. W. Phillips won from
I'll (ON'TEST IN ATINAL Wisner.
TORNEY 145 pounds: Williams won from
Charter.
e y, \piil 2.--?lattle Creek won 1"8 pounds: Donahue won from
" nin round game in the nat- Preston.
sf holastie basketball tourney I Heavyweight: Ratliff won from Ros-
rest day afternoon by defeat- enheim.
( -il Bluffs, Ia., in a slowwihe winners of the finals rounds
-i b be awarded their numerals.
T- City five assumed an early
Lt and outel(ssd their opponents The interfraternity relay race finals

in the Battle Creek attack, Dundore when Phi Sigma Kappa will meet
caula- five field hasketa and, three Phi Gamma Delta for first place. The
free throws while Beller caged five length of the race will be eight laps,
Sin om scrinmmage. each man running two laps.
IatIII CreeLt will meet East high of
imim-. 0., in the second round
we at heduled for today. East High INTRAMURAL NOTICE
m :r 'tas yimnc trom Manual of Al-
m ou N. M.. yesterday, 44 to IS. All men who totaled three
r h1gan teams will get into points or more in the All-cam-
:'on- : to Jackson, winners ( pus track meet, report to the
linn in a m e schuled Intramural office for measure-
S dn. in aeScheduled ! mients at once.
at (cl{(i while Northeastern of De- Aet at one.
wi maet Charleston, S. C. in theI All wrestling winners please I
e of the afternoon. ilreport also.
--- ---IAROLD B. GESSNER,
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damentals the squad will be divided
into two groups, which will be pitted
against one another in a champion-
ship series. Each group will hold
scrimmages to form their representa-
tive elevens and then the two Varsity
teams, Army and Navy, will play
three gamies for the "title."
More than 35 men have been work-
ing out regularly during the winter
months and these men, as well as
many others who were unable to work
out because of basketball will be out
in uniform after vacation.
Practically all of the freshman foot-
ball numeral winners will be on hand
for the spring workouts as the work
done by the men in the spring
workouts goes a long way in
determining the list of candidates who
are to be invited back for early prac-
tice in the fall.

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Ohio Plans MeetE
Ohio is making extensive plans for
its first annual outdoor meet. Sim-1
ilar to the Illinois relays in the indoor
season it will have events for high
school athletes, small colleges, and
universities. There will be 15 events
for Ohio high schools, four events for
Ohio Conference colleges, and two ev-
ents for Western Conference schools
alone. These will be a one mile relayj
and a- medley distance relay, neither 1
of which Michigan will enter. Therel
will also be three relays in both the
open college and the university class-
es, in which any school in the coun-
try will be allowed to enter teams.
There will be a four mile relay, a two
mile relay, and an 880 yard relay in
each of the two classes.
Michigan will enter in the two mile
university class relay together with
all of the special events. These latter
will include the pole vault, the high
jump, the 100 yard dash, and the 120
yard high hurdles. Brooker will be
sent to the meet to try for a first in
the pole vault while both Smith and
MacEllven will probably compete in
the high jump. Les Wittman who has
succeeded in winning practically every
'race iiu the indoor season and who
equalled the world's record time in
the 75 yard race against Cornell Sat-
urday night will undoubtedly be pres-
ent to take part in the century dash
against the foremost sprinters in col-
legiate circles. Hubbard will be a
likely entry in the 120 yard high
hurdles.
Bruin Baseball
Leader Ineligible
University of California, April 2.-
Captain Thompson of the University
of California Varsity baseball team
was recently declared ineligible for
further vamsity competition although
he still retains his amateur rating.
His being barred came as the result
of a violation of a conference ruling
which prohibits playing with, an out-
side baseball team between the start
cf the fall semester and the close of
the spring semester.
Duffy Gerlach has been appointed
captain by Coach Carl Zamloch. Al-
though Thompson's disbarment will
reduce the efficiency of the squad
as a whole, Coach Zamloch hopes to
round out another championship year.

DETROIT PREP THCK
SEASON TO START MAY

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Detroit, April 2.- The outdoor
track season ! for Detroit high schools
will open May 1, wh'en Southeastern
and Southwestern meet on South-
western field. From then until the
State championship meet in East Lan-
sing, June 7, scholastic track teams
of the city will be kept busy, according

HIGH JUMPERS WILL T I
Des Moines, April 2.-Annouice-
ment was made - today that the best {
jumpers of the country will compete
I in the Drake relays April 25 and 2G.
I L. T. Brown, former Dartmouth star
and long time holder of the intercol-
legiate indoor record of 6 feet 5 inch-
es, now a student at the Colorado I
school of Mines and Harold Osborn,
former University of Illinois jumper
and holder of the world's indoor rec-
ord of 6 feet 6 inches, will compete in
the special event in an effort to crack
the world's record of six feet five and
one half inches. Poor of Kansas,
winner of the high jump in the Drake
meet last year at 6 feet four inches
will again compete in the 'University
class.
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to the schedule oi4lined at a faculty
meeting Tuesday.
May 2, will find three meets in pro-
gress. Central, Cass and Northern
are due to stage their annual triangul-
ar meet at Cood field on that date.
At the same time Northwestern and
Eastern will be engaged in a dual
meet at Belle Isle. The third event
will be between Northeastern and
R est ern at Southwestern.
ATTENDANCE 'RECORDS BROKEN
AT BASKETBALL TOURNEY
All previous attendance records at
the state scholastic basketball tourn-
ament were shattered at the recent
Class A competition held here when
it is estimated that more than 6,000
spectators viewed the tournament
games.
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
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April 3rd and 4th
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