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1. %ussnin Moore, Georgle Doolittle,.IR. E. Brown,
ter the Olympics George Lermnond and Russell Payne.
pot powerful track Rlay is the only American who ap-
on which she has: pears to have a chance to place well.
spite of this fact, Four foreign runners -loom tup above
untries will have 1 the rest of our runners, namely Nurmii
nece the. last games! and l-itola, of Finla~nd and Wide and
0 that the United Backman of Sweden. Wide and Nurmni
en in spite 'of her appear to be the best men in the world,
athletes have at at this distance., Backman is less i
o win the 800 and flashy but very steady. Ritola. is er-f
the steeplechase, ratice. Other foreign runners that may
put. discus, hop, 'heat our best a.re Guillemot, of
tpossibly the 110 France; Eklof and Falk, of Sweden;
They seem sure Ambrosini, of Italy and Koskienemi,
and 10,000 meter of Finland.
J tr, marathon, h 000mtreetloslk
'elin. They haveiTh1000neeevnloklkea
foreign landslide. Only one American,
win the decathlon. Earl Johnson, appears capable of ,iv
ce to take the 400 gv
lyeet htteing the forigners a good- battle. The
ueeofswinningh rest of our entries are far behind suchl
sure fdaihes, foreign stars as Nurmi, Rastas, Bitola
imetersdahs and Liimaitainen, of Finland; Back-
Iles, the high and
unme thowandman of Sweden; Wilson' of England;
nimerthro, an and Guillemot, of France. Varadi, of
Hungary is another foreign star.
will attempt toj Liimatainen and Rastas appear to have
;lea for. the UnitedI an edge on Johnson, as has the super-
qualify in both star, Nurmi.
t rate men are Many 'first class hurdlers have come
M'urchison, of the j to the front this season. Among the
nan, of Michigan; best prospects in the United States
s; and Clarke, of! are Kinsey, Allen, 0. Anderson, Dye,
nsa and Erwin are Daggs, Crawford, Ivey, Barkes and
. Other possibili-j Karl Anderson,'all of whom have doneI
re Frank Hussey, ! or' bettered 15 flat. Among those who
1boy who has yet have a good chance to, break through
n do against first are Snyder, Moore, Guthrie, Brickman,;
end Locke of Ne- Keeble, L elatner, Stevers, Maxwell,,
to be only three Falk; Towler and Johnson.. The out-
rouble the Amer- standing men to date appear to be
Liddell and Abra._ Karl Anderson, Kinsey and Dye. At-
,d Carl, of AUS- kin son, a South' African is the best
of the foreigners, having a ma rk of
tPaddock wrill 115 flat. Wilson, of Newi Zealand and
mpetition in the Gaby, of England, are good perform-
has hitherto had ers.
k. week ago, Bud Superior talent should give America
ode a new world's a top-heavy 'victory in the '400' meters
'a. the time being! hurdles. With such men available as
day, Red E~rwin B~rookins, J. C. Taylor, M. Taylor, Nor-
le" bettered the ton, Desch, Grumbles, Oram, Riley,,
of Nebr'aska, by Ernst, Daggs and Hall, America
ard in 0:20 9-10.. should take tlh'e first four places; bar-'
>uperior to Pad- ring accidents. Christienson, of-Swe- I


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20 4-5 made den and Vilest, of Finland. are the best
Wilson, of' of the foreigners. '
;otiated the The United States seenis assured of
Goodwillie, m lany points Jin the high jump. The


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Upper left: Deplart Hubbard; '1'c

* }plder wh'o is
been clocked in
Murchison prob_
oqualify against

rter-mileirs stand out from
he.>e are Paul Sweet, Al-
ig, J. C. Taylor, flding
Cochrane, Vernon Ascher.
!nd Jake D~riscoll. Sweet
1t runner who has improv-
is perhiaps the greatest
the country. "Racehorse"
going well. lHe Showed
e did 48 7-10 at the recent
ciation gamzes. Eriic Wil-

st capa}
elr in tl
ily bea r c s

ble of beating any
,he United States if
in this event. He
teii the world's rec-'
i, Betts and Rudd,j
d Engdahl, of Swve-
men plenty of corn-

son, national champion will
19rove if lie is to run the
at Paris. Allan Helffrich
veteran who has not looked
year and will have to ini-
e best prospects in this
:ciding the above men tion-
'to be Jim Reese, Charles
ahy" 'Watters, Bill Hatten-
I 'Vallely, Harry Morrow.
,' Lou Welch, Pat Mahoney;
raters, 0. 0. Higgins, Bill
and Larry Brown. All of
have beaten 1:56 at some
their careers. The Eng-
irnish the bulk of the op-
th such stars available as,
Milligan, Griffiths and
if whom' appear to be on a
he Americans. Lundgren
is the only hope of the con-
,ions. Bevil Rudd, of South
Hill of England will he
if they run this event.
metera mlay' be the feature
gamies with Joie~ Ray 'meet-
,t Finnish runner, Nurmi
'edish star, Wide. If Ray
race, it 'will probably be
the great "running head"
xrid himwi here h~e is to-
rack alnd field 'world. Re-
pnionts have encouraged
especially the showing of
meia as Hahni and Cava-
y 'Watson appears to have
it ability for the distance
14d well be switched from
eters. Mal Douglass, Ed!
Co~ nnolly. Hooil and

best men available appear. toc be' Os- center: Les Wittman; Ulpper, right:
borne, Larsen, Brown,, Muirphy,.'Al- ClRay Snmith; mower left: Captain Hat-
bert, Crey Rusel, Cggsallandtendorf; Lower. right: (diarles Rein-!
Smith. Tomi Poor .and Hgob Turner
have looked good <.t times, but have kie;:(Center: Eghert Isbell; Lower cen-
not shiown the improvement that was ter' Jim Brooker.
exp~ected of then'. lick Landon willtThssimearexcedople
not be able to make the trip' because %Tell six mtenfaresexptedtoplc
of private Jbiusiness affairs. Baker. elaogtefis tig lperform-
lte English star has; a 'mark of 6 feet,.Cors at the Olympic tryouts next Fri-
-, inches" and miay make trouble, al- day and~ Saturday at Ferry Field.
thoughi he is not as consistent as thej
Frenchman, Lewden, who has jumped lof Irelarnd, and Por1hola, of Finland,
8 feet 4 inchles. aercrsi ecs f4 et
C'harle: Hdoff, of Norway loomins hv eodsi xes"~4 e
above any of the American pole vault- TebsAeian artodt In
ers Who should otherwise have a' the discus is 154 feet; 4 1-4 Inches,
smdnoothi path. Hoff, who holds the made by Hartranft. Others seeking a
world's record of 13 feet 9. 3-4 inches,plconteAeiatamwohv
consistently b~eats 12, feet. The bestii done 150 feet are Carpenter, Taylor,.
of America's prospects will be Brook I Mducks and Lieb. Houser, Blackwood,
er, Brownell, Harry Smuith, Barnes, ;haffer, -Richerson and Pope have all I
Spearow, Mysers, Reich and Me1'IKeown. '
B~rooker. Brownell andl McKeo«'n Lp-,-__________________
pear to b~e the best of these. Black,'
R alphi Smith and Callison; Knourek
*ind Eninions are the best, of, the other
When the United States competes'O fc l
at Paris, one of the most powerful de-
partmients of the American team will'
be the broad jumping. Deiart Hub-
bard stands alone in this event. ,there
are several others who have beaten I
and are jumping around 24 feet. 'In- Event--100 meters; time, 10.4, Held
eluded amiong these are Jones, Rose,
Jackson, Comins, Tatum, Le Gendre, Event-200 meters; time, 21.2. H(
Gourdin, Boren and Dowding. Hoff,
of Norway, junmps over 24 feet consist- , Event-3~00 meters; tinme, 33.9.. Heli
ently and might beat the Americans Event--400 meters; time, 48.2. Helt
out for second.
Hubbard will have considerable .dif- Event-800 nmeters; time, 1m 50.9s
ficulty in winning the hop, step and
jump, thme odds being about even' that Event-1500 meters; time, 3m 54 7s.
the great Scandinavian. jumpers-4 Event-5,000 meters; time, 14m 35 3s.
Jansson, of Sweden; Juel, of Norway;
and Tuuolos, of Finland, will beat him. Event-10,000 meters; time, 30m 41
Jansson has a mark of 49 feet 6 1-b14
inches to his credit. Numerous other Event-3,000 mreter walk;. tim~e, 12m,1
foreign cracks such as Sahlin and
Aimnlof, of Sweden;,. Espinola, of Chile; Event-10,000 meter walk;_ time, 5p
Hoff and Back~e, of Norway; and Od- s Event-110 meter hurdles; time, 14.1
dey, of England. will make points hard -
to score. Colson, a Pennsylvania Fvet200 meter hurdles;, timge, 24.
Freshman, is coming fast. The. best
of America's othier prospects are Wal- i Evyent-400 meter hurdles; .time, 54.
lace, Grahami, Keeble, Geist, Landers, j' iLvent--pole vault;. heighth, ~4.12,m(
Planky.Overbee. Kelley and Shirley.
Anerica will figuratively rob the Ivent-High jlu,rnp;' heighth, Oft. 7 5-
cradle for the next Olympic shot put
champion. Three youngsters, Hart- Event-Broad jump; length, 25ft. Sin
ranft, Hills, and Houser, already rank Event-'Hop, step and jump; length,6
with the greatest of all time, Hart-
i vrnft havinz conme within a half-ineb V"nt_ fi4 t -ristanit.i} ri It-1 ,1-

' ,

Moethn 500 athletes from the t star, Phil Sink, veteran erf
4tates of1 Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, In- in the 440 and 880, Ted Curti
srdm,na, Minnesota, Kentucky, and Wis- Paul Sweet, both of whomi at on
Y ;-l F,. co ni re "fpectetl to enter the held the champonship of the Bi
Olimpic tryouts to be held Friday flbridge Telfer, of Northwestern
andI Saturday, May 30-31, at Ferry; versity and Spink will run In it
Fi ld. .:dt meter race. Karl Eby, who tool
1x The tryouts will briarg to residents jonyd in the 80 meter run atti
o ? tof Ann Arbor the oppotunity of wit- Games at An twerpis attempt
~nessing in action the best athletes in comeback, and my enter the tr
teMiddle West. Included in the en-i Joe Hall, former national 44
j f s r Jtry list will be nen who stand at the ( hurle champion, is also a pr
;, .,: wt R }to of their classes in American track! entry. Samn Wallace, who, ra
rY t Yand field athletics. Illinois a few years ago, will out
¢ ,~k t a kChief among these will be Jon Ray. shot race.
3 > < of the I: A. C~who will eTherclub150
L.. ______ meer ad pssiby te 500 mterceptional high jumers on its
-runs. Ray has en a prominent figure In hepesnsofDee Abet
. on the track for the past 12 years. iedfo the s nton ee Albhrtsp
7 iLJ He holds the world's record for the fwith fO-'esbnaina192,tell yep
_____1 two mile run, which "he' ran in° 9:08 graduated from Illinois, and 7
3...___ 2-5. He is also holder of the worlds Smith, who is credited ,with a ,l
Iindoor recordfor the mile of 4:14 2-5, d feet 6 1-2ichstna leh
He was a member of the 1920 Olympic - nhsIn1n.
team, but in training at Antwerp, he event.
Spulled a tendon.' Earl Myers and Carl Buk will
t<, :The, ' A. C. will probably enter 'a stiff competition for the field I
Ilarge team in the Ann Arbor tryouts, ole vault. Myers is nationale
In the dashes, the clubb aad oewill be repre- pion in the event, and Buck held
a enate0nd by Harld) Jones, who I has dloner title in 1918.
&j h 10yrs n94- n he 220 in Basil Bennett, who placed..IT,
r(21 2-6, and R. Harmsen. The 400 hammer throw at the last Oly
£meter dash will be handled by Larry is competing for the Chicago clu
.'~~::'::::: IButler, former captain of the Mchi- R. Bno will also throw the
I. ~ "~ "gan Varsity squad, and frmer Con-finer. e~lackwood and Higgins, b
- . ...-s---1fererice champion quarter miler, Zeke whom hlave won Conference title
Walters former Conference;'440 and, enter the discus, while Higgins
{ sw z... 880. champion, and Sam Rosen, frmer throws the javelin and pts the
Central 'A. A. U.champion. The 800 Coach Harry Gill of Illnoi0
I mtr rnwl ring the. famous Rayto send a number of mrn frorl
Watson," who has =given >ay somec of :great team to the ;tryoths. Evan
j .~...his 'stiffest "copetition 'in both the Ayres will enter the ~c t
half and the raile, He will probably tween them 'should wn at leaa
.""":: '. , ' i v' Rayninehimself to the shorter event, plc- ae.n M eerwillet
Ray' Dodge; will also run the 880. Ray Halland Mn eve
-for. the Illinois club,,, along with Emil top. He has run the mile un~er
y rogh, former Conference indoor mile on several occasions.
" ,,champion, and Bruce Patterson, who Kinsey and Johnson' will cn
strangely enough holds the,, Ferry in the 110 meter high hurdles
} '~Field record of 4:19 4-5 for the mile.nellHin the pole vault, Wallac ' i
-' ,r Y Bk y. Many hurdlers of not will wear the bradnmp and hro stes, aad
I, A C:colrs.Chief among thse is Anger in the eave l mm anschI1
j N. TM~x t =Karl Anderson, "nationalb A. A. UT. title In the jazvelin, shot atnd iscuts,
L w .. holder for the 110 meter high hurdles, Besides the 'organizred teams,f
liciigain Riepresent athe s f who also, holds the Central 'A. A . LU high ,cass peformers- will be enl
record of 14 4-5 for the 120 yard highs. as5 individuals.
Hubbard'is national A. A. 'U. chamw" has the value of consistency. ith' Ivan Riley, who is national champion Aiiing'these are nuimerus sta
Yajon. in time running broad 'jumpl and 'Captain :"hap" Hattendorftle' forms in the 400 mneter race, will enter this mnost of the evens. Th dashes
hop. step, and jump. He has' jumped one of the fastest pair of half nilers event as well, as the 110 meter' is- attrat such inm6h as Burs of Ipt
better than 25 feet on several 'oc- in the Big Ten. Both nmen 'are cap- tance., DeGay Ernst. George Stolley State Normal, who has done th
wasions. able of 1:56 in the 880. and Frank Pickel will enter the long- L 11-5 MAndrews of Wic(
Les Wittman. .ho was Conference TEgbert Isbe'll was Conference chani- er event. { one oftie best sprinters in the
'hanmpion at 100 ards last 'year, iruns pion in the two mile run last year. He, In the 10.000 meter run, the strong-I ference, Clare, of Kentucky, who
the century in 9 3-5 seconds, and has has a mark of 9:37 3-5 in his even''. ;est- entry from the I. A. C. willk be equalled Buris' record In te fil
scored] victories over some of the best Jim Brooker is ranked' with DWean ' Frank Kochauski, veteran distance. Gray, of Buttler, 9 4-5 second in$
dash mren in the West. Brownell of Illinois as one of the two! runner and former Central A. A. IT.'hie 100, Tyke, fornerly of Pu
Ray Smith clears the bar it close to best pole vaulters in the Big Ten, lie' king in the five nile race. BramnAwo had anl unofficial mark: oft
6 feet 4 inches in the irghi jump, and comes close to 13 feet consistently. lFm'nch, also one time Central champ,f in the 100, and :Berryman, of C
will be entered. w who hias run the 100 In 9 9-0 an
thrown he is~ifll'C1' 45 ' Cant oft~m UntedStaes nd oke, IThe high jump entries from the club 220 in 21 9-10.
Tebsfoig reodi15fet ao ngad Tebsto.urohrwill be of tie highest order. They Iflkaiafre inst
Th>)~ o inrcr si~feto nln.Tebs forohr wmll be led by Harold Osborne, one andl Suith, o 'Western State No
~3 38 iche, mde y Nttynma of hamerthrwer ar Shnnaanof the ranking athletes of the country. are both fast quater miler. 1
Finland. Niklander and Taiptale, of I Bennett, Hills, Gates, Ludeke, :M1c- Hle has ~n unofficial record of 6 feet, krans has done the distance in 4
Finlanid, and, Zallhagen, of Sweden, Gurn and Emery. The Swedes will 7 7-8 inches, which is 9-16 inch bet- and :Smith in 49-4-5"
all beat 145 feet. fvrdtwith ave two good entries in ifndhr andt ter than the world's record. Hle holdsWscni Two Wisconsin thni Valleley
Fe TotlifaoetownteiSkold. the official world's indoor record of Hilberts, will run1 the 800 mreter
hanmmer throw, but there should be a( Finland enters four javelin throwers 1 , feet 6 inches.. Osborne will also en-Bohv have marks o 1:55 15 I
keen battle for~ second between Men- I (Continued, on Page' Thirteen) ter 'the decathlon and the hop, step'' S0W yard' rut{." Kusack a Ch
and jump.' Paul Walker. forner Mich- treshman, has made 1:57 3-5, and
_ !gan star will represent the club along inter' the tryouts.
'with Emerson Norton, who has done 'Gordon 'Nghtngale leads the j
t~ 6 feet 4 inches, and Paul Jones, with bets' fr the 500 meter race,
i a nmark two inches lower. Norton, 'won' the two mile atthie Penn R
flike Osborne, will enter the decathlon, i n 1920 in the fast time of 9:23 3-5
R c ds o Oly mpi ieii. r and also,: the pole :vault. Jones is a presentt he is an Instructor at
decor~s of capable performer in the vault, with Unversity ot'Wisconsin., lffu
a mark of 12, feet 6<"inclies, and the Conference champion two-mtlem
running broad jump, in which le has 1920 Brdn of Minnesota, ;and, P
done 24, feet,, S 7-8 inches:. ' f Ohio State, may also enter,
The pole vault will be taken care The 'probable. comptitoms In
byc Paddock, U. S, A. Record made in U. S. A., April 23, 1921. of by EJI Knoumrek, former national hurdle races include rickman of
' ichampion, and a participant in the ago, Ivey of Earlham, 'Snyder,
Id by Paddock, UT. S. A. Record made in U. S. A., April 23, 1521. - '" 1920 Games, Johnny Landowski, who Guthrie of Ohio State, Thom?:pc
competed for Michigan in 1922, and Beloit and Towler~ of Minnesota. T
1by Paddock, U.' S. A. Record miade in U. S. A., April 23, 1921. Carey Rogers, who has a mark of 12 .men will compete in the 10 ri
tby Reidpath, U. S. A,. Record made in Sweden, July 13, 1912. feet 9 inches. hg vn.Te40mtrrc
The Illinois delegation will carry prnobably take in Snyder, Gus "D
Held by Meredith, U. S. A. Record miade in Sweden, July 8, 1912. with it a galaxy of weight stars, led (former Notre Dame champion",
by Gus Pope, who took third in the 'VicCreery, an Ohio State graduat
Held by Zander, S weden. Record miade in Sweden, Aug. 5, 1917. ( discus at the last Olynmpics, and has Entries in the high )ump Will p
Held by Nurmni, Finland. Record made in Sweden, Sept. 12, 1922.! a mark of 46 feet in the shot. Tomi ably include Tewhtar and Donlohc
Leip. national A. A. U. record "holder Wisconsin, Campbll of Minne
h2s. Held by Nurnmi, Finland. Record made in Sweden, June 22, 1921.. in 'the discus, will also compete, as 'Russell of Chicago, Confepucge in
will 'Fred Auge, who has thrown the 'champion, Dixon,: ~another Chi
i8.3s. Held by Rasmnussen, Denmark., Record niade 'in Du., July 7, 1918. platter 143 feet, 4inches.' John Weis. man, and Platten, formzeryan.., i
2$4s, .Held by Rasmussen;'Denmark. Record made in Dn., Aug. 18, 1918.. 'who was at Illinois 'during his uni- sin athlete.,iferce a high achooA

3Held by Ttiomson ,Canada. Recanrd made in Belgiun i, Aug. 18, 1924.1 and discus.'-while Bill, Van Orden,' a feet, '1-2 inch, and may compete.
i recent Michigan star, will enter the In the pole' va,.ult the most li
6. Held. by.,Hiilmna n, U. S. A. Record' made' in U'. S. A.,' Sept. 1,' 1904. shot. Jim Shanahan, Central"A. A. U; performers are _ Ped~en, .former'l3
Heid. by Loomis. U. S. A. Record'made 'in Be li'im, Ag. 1, i champ, who will th ro'w the hammer.1 Otterbeini, Kirkpatrilck, a 1;radual
Aug.Beede, a graduate of Illinois, will en=- Chic'ago 1. AM. C. A. College,,Reicl
ters._ Held bey Hoff,: Denmark°. Record made in Denmark, Sept. 3, 1922. ten 'the javelin throw. the Detroit Police force, -Merrick
~6 nI The Chicago A. A. will enter a full wtas Conference chanmp while at
lbi.;Iielid by Bee son, U. S.-A' Record made-in 1U. S. A., July 2, 1914. team in competition with the I. A. C.,i consin, and Collins,. who conmpete
Heldby ourinU. . A.Rect'dmad inU. S A. Juy 2, 121.i and will furnish some high-class ma-! Illinois last year.
H e d~ yGo rd n, L-).S .A . Re or m de in U. S A , ul 2 , 't. erial for the m eet.r Tw o college mnen, C hn istiernso:
,Oft. ilin. Held by Ahearn, U.S.A. Record made ;in U.S.A. July 31, 1909. j In the sprints they will have Joer Ripon College, Wisconmsin, and
; Hineman, National A. A. T.. Junior Alrsda he, formerly of Wabash,




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