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Co achl' Farrell to Sentd TVwoMile and
Mleiiy inir t. 10 ohQlio

(.Special to The Daily)
SItharca , S. Y ., March 18.-Corniell's4
'Varsit y track team, which will meet'
Aichigan at Ann Arbor on March 27,

3' 'te~irl~t restler Onily Wolverine~
4 'lh i i)I iriIiilj

111IRRNSTEIN ENTERED i slca';ly rounding into shape. HOLDS BIG TEN CROWN!
Nothing (definite as, yet can be pre-!-
Coachi Farrell has ertered two re-1 dciet ert in regard to the team's chances Russell Taker, '27, Michigan's lonej!
layteas i t~o anua inershols-dueto he acttha th geera mae-representative in the Western inter-
layteas i th anualintrscbols- du tothefac tht te gnerl sake .collegiate wrestling individual chain-
tic. meet to be held at Cleveland Sat- sip of the team echsists of new mate- pionship meet to be held at M~innea-
udyngt13tatw miendarial. At the beginnin,g of the present jjolis March 20-21, left yesterdlay!
mediley relay team will represent the ftnonorhe oprCiyaom
*Wlern' season Coach Moakely was confrontedafennfoth sprCiycomIC
I4ast year ot thin samne meet the' with a v~ry small nucleus of 01(1 men at enty o rze,''lvrn
Michigan two mile team brought abcut which to build a team. Cornell ,~ Baker wrestled for the 141clh'gaxi
hcme a gold cup that now adorns one, has also been handicapped to the uit- ;mat team in the flyweight division
of the ca ses in the Field house. This ; mo.1t by unexpected injury to the throughout the season, gaining vic-
season's team with two members of stars of the aggregation. At present tories in every mnatch. In reality the
last year's victorious team, is, favored ;IlonteOile is laid up with a sore hand, Wolverine cap~tain-elect holds the Big
to, co-'o the event. Reinke and Prey-f but wIl (lo~ltless be back in the pole I Ten title in the flyweight division by
berg10t ran on this quartet and vault for the Michigan meet.I The' virtue of his victories over the best
these two men are showing up excep-;team will have its first real test of the 115 pounders in the Conference. In!r
tionally well this year. Reinke took.1 season March 21, when the Cornell . the ineet at Minneapolis all the strong .
a first in the half at the ConferenceI men will encounter Yale's champion- I wrestling teams in the West ,rill send'
meet, breaihing, his own record and: Ship team. representatives to dletermiine the in-;

Injuries sustained yesterdlay
afternoon in an automobile ac-
cident will Ilrevent Floorman
L. Mueller '27 from entering the
Cleveland Interscholastic Meet
to be held Saturday night at
ClIeve land(.
Mueller, a quarter miler, was
struck by a car and dragged a
dlistanc'e of 25 feet lbefore the
driver of the vehicle could bring
it to a stop. Although not ser-
iously hurt, Mueller's injuries
will keep him off the track for
several (lays at least. le siif-
lered a lacerated thigh. and a
smashed hand. lie was treatedl
athe field house biy Trainer
Filly Fallon, inasmuchi as the
accidlent occuredl near Ferry
William L. Herrnst tin '26E
will take the trip with the relay
team in place of Mueller. The
race in which hle will partici-
pate is the meley zrelajy,,in
which bie will run his usual dis-
tance, 440 yards.



SShow AttractsIt
Th~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Rhi O ~ i' i'uiI urOti i90P(tio e ('omipetition Exected tai, y
>,qmid5 'o ~a; ~ ~gi 'ri nd produacing fast actlion inl everyj Eidr ies Hlolding State
1)wi tminhCI oil nthe card,, 1the thbird :annual I3thaniiiils
" ~boxig show held Tuesday nlight at.
TO SPLAY WATER POO the AV wraian gymimsim was a de- 20 SCHOOLS E.NT R ED
I -tided ucssfo eeypoint of
jCoach MJann seait his fro,1I1inmn and(I view.' Over 170 men from 20 institutions
Varsity scu ds thmrouigh0I.nt iffl(1d1i l I: ie croswd was p~lainly pleased have been entered in the first annual
at the Y. lAT. C. A.1pool. A11oig1 hewt eey vIt o«n tho lprogram, indoor interscholastic meet to be held
Conference swvim in gs omi:-;overc, (p5a'('i i te riture matcoh in which2 Saturday at the Yost field house.
Miclhigan2 has eat eried a I ; ani in the ! Le-,t em 'hilbini '28vWoni the (decision Teams are being sent from all parts
Istate andl national A. A, . t. mipioni- I bm \Valtem lorec'ki 01 Detrvoit. Hl'- of the state of Michigan, two from
ships. ; ecki, wh\vlo slds the state amateur, Ohio and one from Chicago. The
Iweltem weit and middleweight titles, schools competing in the meet are as
The 400 ardprely ueaan oxcfl 050(1 Ibattle, lamz Phil -,follows: Austin;. Chicago" Ann Arbor;
of Samson, Dunakin, K~eri% and CGow1 bin's pi t en-like p~unching at close Kalamnazooi Central; Wyndotte; Flint;
were given speed and toach off drills ; i(u cisdcddtecnet Coldwater; Kalamazoo Normal High;
twhile Captain Kerr al ,,o did someW The second honors went to Randy : T. of Di. High; S"agin~.w Eastern;
wor1k on his backstroke . ace. Darnall, ,iDickion '27E and D~avid Buckley of Toledo Waite; T.oledo Scott; Highland
Shorr, Rose, and Bat teir of this year's ( oi 'ty olg,wh puon a k;Prik ; Detroit Southwestern; North-
f reshman teams have eat ered lie state excite;;g scrap in the 175 pound di- western; Northern; Eastern; North-
championship meet at Detrioit, but viisioni. 1David Smyser", '25E continued eastern and1 Cass Tech.
are competing in<ttachied. Rose will the tiworl(i 2ch has gainedl him prom- Coptininhevrosens
swim Cthee220iyardninhe itatiun race;
Swi th 22 yad ivittio IcCe,{ men'e a3 a boxer in iaater circles is expected to be very keen, as many'
while Darnall. and 131atter will co-1n- x vdin iho won byv a technical knockout (Aof the _performers entered are state
pete in the shorter race. Shorr- will Iire the third round of his match with chaumpions in their various events.
[swim lbraststroke. [Reed Dingman of Detroit. Smyser's j The m.eet is being handled by Coach
Part of yester day's practice p)erio( excellent work drew repeated applause] Charles Hoyt andl interscholastic man-
was devoted to develonling a. Wa tterffrom thfie spectators, while Dingmnan ;aler kenneth Sieck and ,from al
polo team for Saturday's atfaifr. All ;h-)wed hi great (deal of gameness and(I appearances will be one of the most
of the teams in the Big 'emi with thle courage by the scrap he gave his more successful ones that has ever been
exception of Mic higanl had teamis last (experiecedc'r opponent. 'put on.
year, andl Coach Mann is Ilifing thisI Trainer Billy Fallon, who acted asI
after season period to gtet at line on his referee, handled the bouts with judg- Paris, March 18.-Gloria Swann,
lmen for next Year. meant and ability. His decisions were I film star, and hier husband, Marquis
The state chiampionships will be held" fair, aniiis lprompt action in stop)- Henri (Ie La Falaise, are booked to
at lDetroit this week endi, while the phiii- the bouts which were pilainlyl sail on the liner Paris for New York
national title wvili be decid(le at Cli- 1 ueve was creditable, tomorrow.
cago April 11. The l~nion Pool is.______________________________
rapidly, nearing completion and will
be opened officially at the iltersehol-
astic meet March 28. w

l+reyberg placed fourth. To (late the Russell and Goodwillie, both star
two mile relay team has suffered but sprinters have been out of active coin-
one dlefeat and that at the bands" of petition for some time, but are now
the stellar Georgetown team whichj rounding- ihto shape and should take
holds time *World's record for the ev-j car'e of thme sprints in good style.
cut. Cochran and Hart, two capable I Craig, who is a sure bet in the two
Shalf' milers complete this team. I mile event, hajf been out, but is now

dividual title holders.


In the medley relay Feinsinger and
llerrnstein will ruh the 440. Tphe
former took a third in this event at!
the Big Ten meet last week and ran
°anchor' on the Wolverine relay that
took third. 'Either Reinke or Frey-
begwl u h afml.Ilcs one of the star milers of the Varsity
squadl will run his favorite (ist ance.
With performers) such as these the
team oilght to make an excellent
The meet i to be run in the main-
moth nitnicipal hall of Cleveland and1
a large number of spectators are ex-
pected to attend. At the same meet
last" year there were more than 8,000;
in. attendance.7
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Smarking uIp fast tinmes ix
ronce more. Severance an
out of the relay quartetf
meet, but should be in fc
Coach Moakley consider.
only real weaks spot the
event. Bowen, this year's
Wolkowitz are expcted 1

In the trials
df Fuller are
for the Yale
'orm at Ann
s the team's
broad jump)
captain and
to encount-

er little trouble in scoring points in
the shot put. Greening and Bontecue
are conAstently clearing 12 feet 6
inches in the pole vault. Booth and
Greening should come through in the
hurdles. Fuller and Graef have had
no actual outside competition in the
~i300 yard 'run, but have made good
times in the trials. Higley is a cer-
tamn scorer in the 600 yard run. Mac-
Neil has not as yet turned in any fast
times in the mile, but is rapidly im-


The Michigan flyweight should have mnts spce owntemi
little trouble retaining the laurels he vi(dual title in the top weight.
gained this past season in the Bigj
Ten, and is doped to make a strongi The University of Illinois wrestlings
bid for the title against the best that 1 team, co-champions of the Big Ten
the West has to offer. The Ames; will not compete in the Western con-
entry in the 115 pound division is1 ference meet. Captain Benny, who
probably the most feared opponent, has not been defeated in two years
being the strongest man in the classj in the 125 pound class, is in b~ed with
in the Hlawkeye state., the mumps, while Geiss and Luth-
Indiana will send a large repres-' ringer will not be able to compete
entation to thme championship meet, on account of studies. Mathis, the
according to annoiucemnent mnade by only othmer consistent winner', cannot
Coach Reynolds, coach of the Con-' keep his, weight dlownm to 145 poundls
ference champions. Eberhardt, who for a two day period, and consequently
was defeated by Baker of M\ichigan, will not make the journey to Minne-
on a decision, will be the Hoosier en- a polis.
try in the flyweight class. Hleld, who Theme is a possibility of deciding threA
has had an exceedhingly' suc'cessful team championship of the Big Ten
season, is entered in the 125 pound wrestling conference if a meet can
class, while Hoffman, star light- lie arranged between Illinois and In-
weight, will wrestle in the 1,35 pound d iana, who are at present holding time
division. Captain Reed is slated to title jointly. If present negotiations
make a strong bid for the champion- can be consummated, the (late will
ship in thle 145 pound class. Childs1 probably lie two weeks after timeindi-
will grapple in the light-heavyweight vidual championship meet at M~inne-
class, while Fisher, Hoosier sensa- !apolis.
tion in the heavyweight class, who
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