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THE TMICHIGAN* DAILY

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of Illinois, will probably have things eves
BIG T N 9TH LT'IS their own way in the high hurdle' gynr
event, with the possibility of Cuhel of nine
Al NORTH WJ TE N Both Guthrie and We;rner are c;a Vim Rd
$everal GConference Records l:xpected pressure this mnark should; go tumbling.:, es
T o, Fall In Ciwni ionslup Cuhel and Roberts of Iowa, Mart n fini
9Ieet tomorrow ,of Northwestern, Kennedy of Wiscon- pe
-sin, Feinsinger of Michigan, and mec.
]FAVOR VARSITY RELAYX' Schoch of Illinois, judging from past sa
- performances appear to he the best, midc
TrackI. athletes, from all the Big Of the qua rter-milers. Both lien- Ilia-V
universities will begin arriving ini singer and Roberts placed in the meet Iv
Evanston today to compete in the 16th last year when it was won by Mc Far- , wit
annual indoor Conference champion- ;lane of Chicago in the fast time of mci
ships. Quarter-milers and half-milers ! :51.8 seconds. Only three men have tht
were sent on in advance of the teams beaten :52 seconds in the 440 around ma'
to take part in the trials in these ev- the squared turns at Patten gymnas- iI
ents tonight. ium, Disnmond of Chicago, Butler of' cons
From the showing made by some of Michigan and. McFarlane of Chicago, From
the athletes entered in previous in- so its looks as though Disruond's rec- ;p
,door meets this season, it looks as ord of :50.8 seconds is safe for an- ii
though several Conference records other' year. !as
should be broken or at least tied Sat- In the first six meets, no half-miler :12.6
urday night.
In the.16 'years that the meet has!
been run, the 50 yard dash record of
:05.4 seconds has been equalled inFrd y nd S
the finals nine times, not including
heat marks. ..Murray and Ayres of Il-MnsGnin nls
linois, Knight and 'Pershing of. Chica- As ooCoh'ht
go, S nth of Wisconsin, 'Johnson andAloP oCot- he
:Hlubbard of Michigan, and Brookins of Collars Attached. \
Iowa have all stepped :05.4 seconds in
final heats in fast meets.l$16
This year, with a field of such men'
as Hester Of Michigan, McAndrews of Men's Athletic Union Suits.
Wisconsin, Irwin of Ohio State, Rob-' 69C
erts and Taxman of Iowa, and Gruen-,
hagen of Minnesota, the 50 yard dash Men's Silk Socks--All lat
should prove to be quite a race. By 89c Values. 5
virtue of his victory in the Illinois
carnival two weeks ago, Hester looks
to be the pick of the race and if press-! Ann Ar bor Dry
ed by the fast competition should en-?A b r
counter no difficulty in tying the rec-' 316 South A
ord.
Guthrie of Ohio State, and Werner-

}r bettered two minutes at Patten t
3nasium, but since 1916 six out ox'
ie winners have been undier thatI
tr. It isn't likely that the 1925
Nord of I min. 56.6sec. mnade by
inke of* Michigan, will be lbctA Orcfl
syear.
'usack of. Chicago, 2lathcws of Mi-
ota, an(I Schutt of W isconsiii, who'
shed first, second and third re-;
-tively, in the outdoor Conferences
yt last year are all hack in school,
is Arnold of Ohio State, last year'sI
lor champion. Only three milers;
v e ever beaten 4 min. 30 sec. at
anston in the Conference meet, but.
lh competition such as the mn bv t sqiepsibj(ci
it hll's record of 4 main. 23.6 sec.
y~ he shattered tomorrow.
.n the two mile Chapman o!. Wis-
sin, and l Hnn of Iowa, appear 'o'
the best prospects. Bothi of these
)hoinores have (lone 9 min. 3 5(s'
dual meets this season, and it looks,
though Phelps' record of 9 mimi.
9sec. will he endangered.

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