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SUNDAY, J1.1RCIL 7, 19 21;


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Placing men in every event except Arbor just nosed out Murphy of High-
the breast stroke, Northwestern high the springboard event. Miller of Ann
school of Detroit encountered little land Park for third. The outcome of
difficulty in repeating its victory of this dive upset predictions which the
last year in the second annual inter- morning's sessions caused, Murphy
scholastic swimming meet held yes- who placed highest in the preliminary
terday afternoon in the Union pool, competition finishing in fourth place;
counting 48 points in eight events in while Poylan of Highland Park who
comparison to 19 for Detroit Northern was third in the morning failed to
its nearest competitor. place in the finals. Nott who was
Highland Park proved to be one of third among the qualifiers got away
the surprises of the meet, finishing in Ito a bad start in the required dives
third place over John Marshall high and never regained his poise, whilej
of Chicago and Ann Arbdr high school. Miller of Ann Arbor came from fifth
Competition was close throughout the among those qualifying to third in the
meet, most of the races ending in hair final.
breadth finishes. Meet records were Durr of Northwestern, who won the
established in every event with the back stroke, swimming lead off man
exception of the 50 yard free style, on the medley relay quartet, got away
with the erformiances in the back to a fine start and his team's leadI
stroke and 220 yard races ranking as was never threatened except in the
the best of the afternoon, final seconds of the breast stroke lap,
In the first event Northwestern's re- but McKinnon swimming anchor pull-
lay quartet, which placed second to ed away from the opposition for a
Michigan in the A. A. U. 400 yard sel- first place. Detroit Northern with
ior championships last night, encoun- Showalter carrying the burden in the
tered little difficulty in winning froai j breast stroke and Taylor in the back
the other schools whch survived the stroke was second.
preliminary round, but Highland Park Summary of Events:
and Ann Arbor fought for second 200-yard relay-Northwestern first;
place from start to finish, a bad turn Highland Park, second; Ann Arbor
by Murray on the final lap giving the high school, third. Time 1:46.8
race to the Highland Park quartet. 100-yard breast stroke-Showalter,
Detroit Northern, the school at Northern, first; Wunsh, Northern, sec-
which Don McClellan, former nationl ond; Chase, Highland Park, third;
breast stroke title holder was devel- Stewart, Northern, fourth. Time: 1:19.
oped, exhibited her greatest strength 50-yard free style-Craig, North-
in this event, qualifying four out of western, first; Walker, Northwestern,
a possible five for the finals, and tak- second; - Tate, Northwestern, third;
ing first second and fourth places in f Murray, Ann Arbor, fourth. Time:
the final event. Chase of Highland 26.8
Park nosed out Stewart of Northern 220-yard free style - Schwartze,
for third place by inches. Showalter John Marshall, first; Craig, North-
won the event. western, second; Parker, South Bend,
Schwartze, star 100 and 220 yard third; Nott, Ann Arbor, fourth. 2:34.7
dashman from John Marshall high Chi- 100-yard back stroke-Durr, North-
cago, won both of his favorite races western, first; Stevens, Hyde Park,
in record breaking time. Setting a I second; Taylor, Northern, third;
meet mark of 59 6-10 seconds for the Boldt, Northwestern, fourth. Time:
100 and breaking the pool and meet 1:11.1
record for the 220 by four seconds in 100-yard free style-Schwartze, John
the preliminaries, but failed to equal Marshall, first; McKinnon, Northwes-
his wmark in the finals, although he tern, second; Walker, Northwestern,
did better the old record. third; Murray, Ann Arbor, fourth.
Durr of Northwestern turned in one Time: 59.6
of the prettiest exhibitions of perfect(Fancy diving: Oxley, Northwestern,
back stroke swimming ever witnessed first;lHackett, Northwestern, second;
in the Union pool when he won the Miller, Ann Arbor, third; Murphy,
150 yard back stroke in the fast time Highland Park, fourth.
of 1 minute, 11 2-10 seconds, a mark Medley Relay-Northwestern, first;
that is seldom equalled by collegiate Northern, second; Highland Park,
swimmers. Stevens of Hyde Park, third; South Bend, fourth.
Chicago was second and Taylor of
Northern third. George Little, director of athlectics
Although Craig of Northwestern at the University of Wisconsin, con-
lost to Schwartze in the 220 yard firmed reports that Tom Lieb, assist-
event, the Detroit entry experienced ant football and track coach at Notre
little difficulty in winning the 50 yard Dame, is under consideration for a
dash in 26.8 seconds. Walker and position as football line coach and
Tate of Northwestern and Murray of assistant in other sports at Wiscon-
Ann Arbor finished in close order in sin.
the order named for the other places
in the race. I Charley Hoff, Norwegian pole vault-
Oxley of Northwestern won easily in er who has broken record after rec-
- the fancy dive, having a margin of ord in the East, invades the West for
better than 10 points over Hackett, his the national A. A. U. meet at Chica-
team-mate and nearest competitor in Igo Saturday.

300 Trackmen
To Compi ete In
Big Ten Meet
EVANSTON, Ill., March 6. - Three
hundred athletes will draw the atten-
tion of middle western track fans to
Patten gymnasium at Northwestern
university Friday and Saturday,
March 12 and 13, where they will com-e
pete in the sixteenth annual Big Ten
Track and Field games.
Four schools are given almost equal
chances of topping the Conference in
the forthcoming meet. Iowa, Illinois,
Michigan and Wisconsin with well-
balanced squads will make a determ-
ined effort to come out in front. Each
of these teams has a number of able
performers who are certain to win

"Rookies join salad full of hope,"
says newspaper headline. And thej
vets join the squad full of hope, too \
-that they'll last another season. V
If Ruel Love, Yankee hurler from tl
the Western league, fails to make I'
the grade it'll be another ease of
"Love's Labor Lost." C

Relay Carnival
Five Wolverino trackmen and the ~Michigan completed its most sue- a decision over Kurtz in the 145 pound
Jichigan two mile relay teami placed1
thehannual minereiatem rlaye1 cessful wrestling season since the in- class with an advantage of seven min-
the annual ntercollegiate relay troduction of the sport at the Univer- utes and ten seconds.
arnival held under the auspices of sity by defeating the University of In the welterweight bout Donahoe
he Michigan State college at Lansing Chicago wrestlers by a score of 16 to,'of Michigan, put his team inthe lead
'riday night.-1 10 in a dual meet at Yost field house'again by getting a double arm lock
One of the new records being set by yesterday afternoon. The Wolverine;on Penstone and throwing him in one
-harlie Munz in the shot put. Munz j victory gives Michigan undisputed ! minute and ten seconds.
eaved the 16 pound shot for a new1
tark ofth3 ee, 1 0 nd sh3-8inhespossession of fourth place in the Big' In the 175 pound match, Rich of
ark of 43 feet, 10 and 3-8 inches. Ten Conference standing. * Michigan, forced the issue throughout
'he former record of 42 feet, 11 1-2sy and was given the decision over
nches, was set by Ileath of Michigan, Wrestling is the youngest minor ai a ie h eiin oe
, 1925. sport at Michigan, being first Krogh of Chicago, with an advantage
>the 300 dash, Allof introduced three years ago. The first of eight minutes and seven seconds.
In ryar erman the Wolverines won only one Before the beginning of he last
lichigan State college set a new mark dual meet, that against the Michigan match Michigan was leading 4 to 10,
f 34 and 3-5 seconds. Brown, of Aggie team. Last year Michigan fail- which would enable the Maroons to
lichigan, placed second and Koplin, f ed to win a meet on its schedule, but win the meet provided they could win
lso of the Wolverine squad, placd l this season Coach Keen's men le- the last bout by a fall, a fall netting
hird. feated NorthWestern, Chicago, and five points. George of Michigan,
Lasser placed behind Spence of De- Michigan State. though injured, rose to the occasion
roit City college in the 40 yard lowS Captain Baker of Michigan, threw and gained a decision over the high-
urdles. Spence set a new mark in in5 seconds inlyouted heavyweight Johnson with

American league hurlers
a psychological advantage
Ruth this season. Every
face him they'll mutter:
dog can stop him, 1 can."
if Manager Harris gets

,-*1 nave n
ovc Babe iT
time they m
"If a hot ii
by WiliOf

his aged. 1)11k(ing staff of Jonson,1

Iowa university, always one of the ('veleskie, Bush -id]Hueller this
leaders in the conference meet, will year he ought to make a lot of
bring one of the finest collections of money next -unIer lecturing beforeI
athletes ever assembled at the Hawk- osteopathic societies on how to keep
old arms limber.
eve nsttuton-Wit f'h~iin he


eye nMLLu1I. ~ U1eln n e
hurdles and 440; Dauber in the shot-
put; Mann in the high jump. and,
Roberts and Sorenson in the middle
distance events, there is no reason

why the Hawks shouldn't prove for-
Werner in the hurdles and White in
the 880 will help keep Illinois in the
running. The Illini always hbring a
skillful bunch of athletes to the in-
door meet and are certain to be up
in front. Other members of Coach
Gill's cinder performers are Dicken-
son, two-miler, Lyon in the shot-put,
and Wallace in the hurdles.
Chicago has Cusack in the 880 and
mile; Burge in the high jump and
pole-vault; Beal in the 440, and Hob-'
schied in the shot-put. Indiana willI
enter Pepper in the dashes, Stephen-
son in the 440 and Alexander in the
Hester in the sprints will be one of
the bright stars which Michigan will
present. This lad won the 75-yard
sprint at the Illinois relays a week
ago and is certain to be a leading
threat in this event. Other Wolver-
ines will be Callahan, Jung and
Freyberg, all good possibilities in the
880 and mile.
Northwestern will base its hopes on;
Bill Martin its captain and star mid-
dle-distance runner.


thseet oeigtedsac in g ,)~ L~Lf ~ e .s
Wrestler got so angr the other s event, covering the distance nthe first bout, thus keping his - advantage of ten minutes and 54
Wrestlr gotso anry th othe secods. Iord in Big. Ten competition free of scns
night that he forgot himself and threw In the special two mile relay, the rdefeant. Big Ten compeition lree
his opponent in less than an hour and Michigan team composed of Beal, Wag- deShap.nIskyof ICIhIiIcIaIgIoIIIhettilIIdS.
a half. nerThoits and Gibbs took first, with ky of Chicago defeated S.
__r 1s e tkrsKailes of Michigan, in the 125 pound WANTED
Fihtr amd his s ii~the M. S. C. team second. Stirling3 bout by gaining a fall in the closing IV k 11R
Fighter named Bas is in bad -kvith lnishedl third in the open 40 yard dish,1I miutes inngofal the mac.calwsomg
the Cleveland boxing Coll]missi(on l be- placing behind Otto of Michigan Nor- minutes of the match. Kaile was Discaded Suits
the verge of winning his match as hie " DsaddSis
cause lie didn't let himself get hook- mnal college and Grim of Michigan he aenie m int advat o s hs Oecat S
-ded State. The time was 4 and 7-10 sec- opponent un to the time he was
You'd think Willie Hoppe and thrown. ghest Price Paid
Young Jake Schaefer were wrestlers Captain Graham of Chicago, defeat-
Young Jte Scher werea restlaes Sisler's first aide and "Zeh" Zachary ed Watson of Michigan in the 135-
then: to settle anything. added to the pitching staff the pound class by throwing himin sev- 1 The
Browns' lineup seem complete from en minutes and 20, seconds, giving k,1
Ring and mat tax provides A to Z. Chicago the lead in the meet. Cap- I - C..Wiaui
S02 income for New York state. R-tam Graham had the advantage fron,
Which is ust the expense ogers Hornsby says he'll stick to the beginning of the bout and attain- STORE
good murder trial. his 1925 lineup. Figures that a new . ed his victory by using a half nelson. 11 East Ann Phone Ot16
I deal wouldn't bring him any better' Galsterer of Michigan, gained two i
"Ddesaxost«okBte Cards. points on the Maroons when he won";-IIIIJl11111
"Dodgers anxious to lookr Butter
over." "Brooklyn buys' Gardner," says
newspaper headlines. Is Uncle Wil-
bert Robinson building a ball club or
collecting help for his summer home?m
When a bowler makes a perfect
lilt they call it a, strike.

Charles Hoff, world's
pole vaulter, may well call
self-raised athlete.
With Jimmy Austin on


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