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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, 'MARCH 13, 1925

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I[D fw. int pushing by Manovitz of North-
MICHGNTAKSQUAD HAS GOO0orel0rckMRKS THREATIECHGH T0CK5t ig Tn arkwlndoalyas
1 Tea m Poezr "trop01)inlthis eent. F o
!'TET _ - ksr ilb keen in the_ _
CHNC TbEGIN LOTLAREStrocklleh ab)uNtMM IG E Ino records are epc
(Specil l o heCaaly) in Kerr of Uiversity o vii hhg
e tob brkn CatiKeroItaaN.Yarh1.-Floig!Michigan Hill, Minnesota Moore, In- track teami deeted t li
- r ~~~~its comparaively good showing in the (olierence aiird aiioi1rr tencrs ,iana, andI Gibreath, Wisconsin, are !ni frtyertem,
RTaihitie of r"e:1111 and Ire fe 01 o as si rorng although one of the Wol- in<ritrolgiteta"ev hudTpl all evenly miatched in the 150 yard i a tild meet held \\tied
Starrs Insure fiea yvrines may he able to place. Nate n nlo necleit etatNwSol opei i on.
Pon> cr Iisne ndBl rnti ohYork City last week, Cornell's track Ien l1i~ back match and it wil be a toss up Thihgn'erig
---do about 52 fiat for the middle (s;squad will swing into a strenuous; in three events to two o
H-owell of Northwestern is credited frteIhn e.I
COMPETITION STRONG lance butl it is not probable that that Period of practice in preparation for RELAY BIG FEATUIRI7Jforh oingthel20iii2:2,ewhchIi
time will take a place. Muefler and. the Yale meet here on March 21. Wt on the 22 n22,wicMs!ti laize and Blue score
Mihgnstaktemwl oit lheiser will also lbe enteredl in the Coach Mokley's squad is handicap-;--- lgtymr ta h eodfr that nIheir oponen s none,
Mihgnstakta ilg nr 440) and the four men will run on the b osm xetly teijuyo (Special To The Daily) event, but with Samson andI Dunkin
the lpreliminaries of the Western (,onl-mtetosm x n b heij oflycsedheapi
1 mile relay team. Michigan's chances I sever al of his brest mien and in view Chicago, Ill., March 12.---Record; of Michigan, and his team-mate Druid- ofey3,7cosetolwedei
ference indloor chiampionshils at [Pat- fllcn nteeetwl ecn of this fact the team made a good'onference and national, are (oomedrgpsihl ad enough, ilThe hmlfyiY
ten gymi, Evanston, Illinois, tonight, iea vehne btefctta hwin, pacn fft it . totl' come through w4th a new mark. lorei
deemndt wl akis ills' sdrbyehne y tefc ht*~o~n, lcn m ~tiattlto fll tonightxwhen thie Westen C(n I ~Little is known of how stiff the runsaloieuednsa
deemndt i akistte otKoontz and Smuts of Illinois are still fof 10 1-2 points to its credit. jeec wmin em{etint-cmeito ilb nah ure i ,
to Illinois two years afro in the same ernhesimin-ueasieeni a-!copeitonwil e nohequrtr il
building. The final 10 members of onteieiil;it shpdta oeo h e night's championship clash. race as this is an event which none:Crm I), in
thTqahftAnAbrlatng le Wolverines will also put a! on the sick list at present will be in 1 Tlhe Northwestern, Michigan, and ofte(daaetslsesdrn h: C Plxver(M), lint,
the qua let, nn rbo lat ughlcapgable quartet of mnilers into thei a :condition to participate in the Ei jo h ulmeslse uigte
where they were due to join the squad me.H kJnIlrh'gradme htti s obfl Iovvr isconsin relay quartets will vie fr season. Samson and Dunakin of !1 Icwr(jfi o
of 11 which left for the meet Wednes-{Callahan are all dependable and they most of them will be in a condition to! ,hon ourst1ardtevbentwhtchaneMihgnDuidngof WNsortsen , 4O G 3ar lw
day,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~a this morningn o wopacs make the trip for the Michigan meetlupefustnighebtcace nd1IrcegrofWcninwl
~p, to its greatest,. strength, themytk oeta n rtollcs of winning. Whoever wins this race make the strongest bid in this event.
Hicks is the best of thae lot with a ! on March 28.
MchUiganr team is expected to regain mrkof4-9 -_r thseonwie Goodwilie and Craig two of the' will have to break the Conference andl Captain Dof of Chicago, O'Brient
its 'lost honors. Every one of the 21 !ako -. rfrtesao hl national records. Michigan and W is- of Illinois, Papenguth. and Starrett ofi
team members is a p~otential point the oteIhe a l o43 hnbstspitr httesudpses consin have already coveredl the dis-+ Michigan, Fortier of Minnesota, and
winner an~l a number oforced to it. If these Men. are able es are - n-4ipacitated by injuries.:aneiletrtmehnteBiTnHllo Wscsnwllfgttou
an .nme fnationallytotl eitpins r so in the ,Craig, c ack two-miler and former
known tars ill beworkig for t ak et it a omen tts rac il t tain of the cross country team is record, wile Northwestern broke thefrtehnr ntefnydv.Dr
oleie.Such inn as Brooker, !lootOhr xeletlerom. national intercollegiate record two is sligtyavrdbcuehhste
1-ubbard, Reinke, Wittman, and Frey- Mihgn.fg o the ,list ot,' injured and sick are,, weeks age. ardvantage of familiarity with the to
berg, are surv. to -aoe .points and any- The other points are difficult to fig-Sevrance: and- Fuller, members of{ Manovitz, IHowell, and Captain Bre'-, springboard.
one of them might take a first, wvhile ore. There will be no representative! er of Northwestern will fight it out in _______I____
two or three of themn are certain of in the high jumPp , a vn-i which teml ea em wn pitr the 40 yard dash with a view to estab- ! wsigo arh1.Wsigo ~
and several otl r minor Iaerforiers. ahntnMrh1.W hn;o
doing so. In adldition to the velterans Michigan has always been strong Atlrsn he slact has Captanlising national records. Both rey-
Iii~aeto.PlereLir be,.anywhce prs en t h wihts, fifthsr reiedwt bsbalofiil- oaypt nTei i
on the teame there will be a number of Yihro hr a. be enand !Caskyin the ,vegrtadsvt 3eceie ih isb 1ofiil oa uti hi i
sophomore performers of ability who from Onte to eighlt or nine pints wait- ° cvrigtetw-eghsi he-' ohv rsietCoigeoeIh
are expectedl to come. through rfor ing for Michiganito the performannces M; i, iefinfWokwt ~ th s of a second less thaii the pre'snt ,ason here on April 22 by throwing
first andl second places. In addition, of the other sophaomiore meaders 'of spins.- -al out the firs. ball in thegaewtthj
the Illinois Team, which has hbeen re- the team. Sterling is a great dlash- _ I Bs hreyer and Manovitz will also try.gmewin ?h
gartled as Michiganr's, bi.gest rival i man andl may hseable to .place, rVoely - for records in the~ 1001 yard free sye e okYnes
the meet, will be decidedly weakened' ker has all the ear -grk% of a TamingI Yost Leaves For Bieyer laing slightly favored to cop! Bill
by the loss of IDeanu Brownell, who has r ch niplion in the filth hurdles, and'C ia o ,'i this race in phenomnial time.tm-R a A c
been declaredl ineligible to compete in Charlie Munz can put the sht far jI/L ;(a Leetzfl Faricey of Minnesota is an sectRea the an
the p)ole vault. enough to insure -him a second or l _____e r in the briea sst roke, anid with suf-
It is not hard to give Michigan at I third place at the carnival. The two Fielding H. Yost, Wolverine direct- T A
least 24,j"oints in advanice of thkae ac- railer-, Briggs and Callahan may he- or of ahletics, left-ast, nigh>t to at-
tual competition.. Captain dim Brok ble to get a place or two- Birot end te annual m eeting o1' the Big "
er, Olympic pole vaulter and one of them do well uender 10 minutes and' Ten athletic directors to be held in '
the foremost men in the country in . the other long distance men in the Chiycao tonight and tomorrow night.;
his event, will find lit tle ,competition Big Ten have not been showing to eg ItlfrrMihgnca,
from the rest of the' Cbnfererice ath-,. much advantage. will be present at the meeting, repre- (ts ei aal fmkn rud Tecmeiinwihwl etsnigteUiest fWsosn ( e r C an s
13 feet, thepever occasion dentapnds l the Wolverines 141 their great ,try for Coach Yost will leave next week on
and 'with a lot at stake lie can clear: the indoor title will be strong and in' an extensive speaking tour through
that height. - --- several events Mihgan will have to: the East.___ __ Literary hInrde
,frbroad ajumrp -b and hop-step-arid jumpi ther 440 there twill be fourwrunn-ers y ond mn Engineer
champion, will be entered in the dash who have (one :52 or better in corn-, a culty .o d m sI
aind the high hurdles. He will be out i petition this season. Martin ,of' I fSt ,, j L w I Eclusie st
of his territory in both events, theI Northwestern the Purple " one man$ y
broad jumnp and low hurdles in which team" runs the distance in the :51 and "7l edic
Ilie is especially capable not being list- I,,cFarlapie of Chicago, Fluzeck of Wis- NewYork, March 12.-Faculty mem-
ed on the programx. In spite of this cousin, and Spence of Chicago have -es took a firmn stand against stage;Ed cto
fact, however,lhe will be favored toI all been performing well. In the half censorship whe-n recently interviewed. VA
outdoor hurdles in 15 fiat_'and- makes)lack .ofChicago, 1:.57 '3-f+, and PozerI ate ar't. " A censor who calls a play
the century in -20 seconds consistent- i of Illinois, 1 :57 9-10. -Vallely of Wis-I vulgar and obscene also calls the au-
ly. He will have his greatest con- consin and Bourke of Chicago- havue. diprnce vulgar and obscene," was the __ _ _and when yoQu om e
petition in the hg hurdles from',n-Bt. gotten well under 4:30 in the statement made by one member ofJ
sey of Illinois while Wittman of Mch-; mile already this year. In the two the faculty. lo k{e
rg in andl McAndrews: of Wisconsin I mile Kubley of Wisconsin has done' - in lo at ourne spring
are teol w ahmni the 9:42 and Bourke of Chicago, 9:4.3 2-. St. ,Petersburg, Fla., March 12.-TheE
I ig Teno who tw are likely t ashin The shot put is certain to go to Boston club of the National league oxfords. -11 -l2 f
in the (lash. Between the 'wo of Schwarze, the Badger giant, who bids signed a five-year contract last nightj
tht'mn, "Wittma n and Hubbard should fair to break world's records before ;with an option for an additional five!ktw fheirtheepas. he rsnteso hsColtoa!yrsotaninhsct.Tisus'
In-the half mile Michigan will again! close. He has put the weight around an send to the rumor that the Braves !
be well fortified. The Michigan team 9 8 feet this year and did 47 feet 7 1-4 would shif to Miamni next season. ][ C M A f
will put four men into this event, with i nches at the Illinois relays. Daubler { ________________________
Charlie Rleinke and Dick Freyber g' of Iowa will be Muni' biggest comnpe- M
Jibacked to win.- Both of these mene do tiic for second place. At the Il; ea te an A s or Tien cc e &4
letter than 1::57 when hard pressed'ni meet t],, Hawkeye beat Munz b e d t e W n
and1 either orne of them may take the j four inches.
rac. n ddtioItnt satwdmn, Traloan talfynghoueswie ___________men,______Trials______and_____qualifying__________rounds______will__
111ichigan will enter Cochran and Hart, be run off in every event except the
both of whom are good runners. In tLwo-milec toight. The finals in all I ______________ i
the quarter mile Michigan will not be event will be hed tomorrow night. J[
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, ~let (1), Fl1ower (1), Lee (1) ; time, 7
w in tat 60 ycard high hurdles: Cooper
" ., ? , l'Kever (1), Winkler (I) ; time,
l; nois i* 10. Mile ruin: Hinckley. (M),
Wells (AI), Hill (M) ; time 4:37 1-10.
I -d-- yard1ru: Sehmtelig (M), Carson
lan frehng - Masn (M) ; time 2.05 1-10. 440
estrmong [f11:- y id (Ih Diver (1), Valentine (M),
1-2toBo 1 -2 e Al# ;time, 53 flat. Two mile
I nesIa y tter-i4 rei: Wells (M), Thoits (M), Whitt-
s;coreol slams i VT) ; time, 10.15. High jump:
(tiu ). llelley (M), Waldo (M);
of this variety~ 1 3b, feet 1 andl 1-4 inches. Pole
e 1 i le run l t: W hte (1), VicCleland (M ),
"Ahei119ii I ' A(M) ; height, 11 feet 9, and
the fast t-ine _ ,1irsies>,. B~roadl juinp: West (M),
by Wells "~Ati e; 'N)(M, Simpson (1) ; distance(,
!11i )fe 11: incehes. Shot puit : Lyon (1),
1'~ ich- I i~t:fa(1) , Murray (1) ; distance,- 44
111s 0o1 ici leet , 4 1-2 inches. Mile relay: (M),
w_: - GO Yi'rd 13.42 1-5.
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