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~Wil Race For .lst lPositioni On Four
Mile Team; +&k Alternate On
Mllile Relay Quartet
Track Coach Steve Farrell will lead
20 rien to Claipaign Thursday in an I
gttcrnpt to garner the lion's share of
the honors to be 'won at the tenth an:
nusal Illinois relays. The entire list of (
Yuen that will ake the trip has not
yet' been aitn''unced, due to the un-
satisfactory Mulpes made Saturday in!
the 440 yard4ash and mile run, and
these two pyle ts will be run over this
The 16 men that are sure to be
aboard the train, for the Sucker insti-
tution are C(tIn, Northrup, Prout,
Hester, Lasser, Ohheiser Mueller,
Jones, Cooper, Barton, Leonard, La-
mont, Beals,~ Hunt, Pfluke, H-ornber-
ger and Iskenderan.
In the trials this afternoon Monroe,
Wuerful, and :3riggs will e given a
chance to better the record that they
mnade Saturday, and the winner will
be the fourth mnan on the four mile
relay. Monroe fell during the race last.
week, and Biriggs came in last, which
is -more than unusual for hin. Wuer-
ful, also, has b ften bettered the time
he turned in,'iind will he given an op-
portulhity, to redeemn himself today.
The other race to be run this after-.
noon is the 440 yard dash, with Hough,j
Brown,' and Munger trying for the al-
ternate place -on the mile relay team
that will represent Michigan this
week-end. All three men ran the event
in slower tim~e than they are used
to, and Coach Farrell feels that with fi
another chance they will perform inp
the expected manner. r
Northrup Will Pole 'Vault s
At Champaign, Captain Northrup,
who has been vaulting consistently r
around 12 feet nine inches, and Prout e'
will compete in the pole vault for u
Michigan. The latter has been improv- b
ing steadily of late due to intense h
practice, but Northrup is still the bet- f
ter of the two, and it is on him that a
Coach Farrell' 1s depending.s
The short~ dashes will find Hester t
the victor, unless unforseen circum-
stances occur, and Lasser will be his -
running mate. Hester has yet to be
beaten in Big Ten competition, and
only lost to Locke of Nebraska last
year by inches. The lone defeat came
at the intercollegiate meet held at Chi-
cago, and it '~ts at a time when the
Cornhusker se~eder was at the top of
his form. Hester led Locke for 98 of
the 100 yards,' and lost by less than
half a 'stride.
In the 440',yard dash the Wolverine!
entries will bet'hlheiser, Mueller, Bar-
ton and Leonard. All four men have
done :52 or better indoors, and if any
one of them finds hself near the
pole Michigan.' will place, at least.
These for men wil also compose the
mile relay team, unless one of the
men competij' this afternoon makes !
exceptionally'fast time.
Half . )llers Are Slow
The half mile run will find Lamont,
Beals, Hunt, ands Pfluke trying to i
break; the tape:head of the field, but
to do so they will have to run faster'
than they did Saturday, when it took
Lamont two minutes flat to rut the
four laps. Unless Coach Farrell makes
last minute changes these men will
also compete in the two mile relay
Jones and Cooper were the fastest
low and" high hurdlers in the recent
trials, and they Will be taken to con-
pete against such men as Irwin of
Ohio State and Burke of Chicago.h
As hai 6eh' mentioned, Michigan's
representatives in the mile have not
yet been nantie, but it is probable that
II ornberger; Iskenderian, Monroe, andr
Briggs will make the trip, with the
same four mien trying to bring the I
Mike Mason trophy for the four mile1
relay into the permanent possession
of Michigan. Three wins are neces-
sary to own the cup, and both 1lnois
and. Michigan ,,have two legs on it
at the present time.

Melvin Morse, captain of the Syra-,1
cuse university swimming team, nego-
tiated the 150 yard back stroke in!
the fast time of. 1 minute and 45 3-51
seconds during-a dual meet with Col-
gate last Saturday night. Although
this time didt not better the intercol-
t<,giate record 'of 1 44 4-5 seconds held i
by House of Yale, it is consideredE
remarkably good time for the 30
yardl Syracu~e ipool, breaking the tank
record. The Syracuse tankers were
victius in tine meet, winning 46-16.
WST POINT.-The Army-Notra
Daric footb~tl game will be played at
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Only One ~oint Over Illiint
T-:ie ra(c for indtl(dual IhonIors
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(By Associated Press)
F AST triSN . F b 1 B h r i P l e i s I ii M ich., form er e ap - B a r stro ke, A lld l~lj~;,
tami of the Michigan State track team Swimming followers were surprise d
an0 vworld's sprint champion at 75
yrrh;, ha3 been selected as :Michigan' when :Horace Craig, Detroi thigh'l
," c' g..atest all-around athlete, school star, defeated Saumso;n o ' Mich-
('uhRlph Young; anniounced teday.i gk by one point in thelenta1,thlont
Grim h ;beers awarded, the silver!I event of the swimmIni-,ng me held
trophy ";'veni by C11_rles W. Burton held by the Detroit Yacht Club, Stu r-
of Detr oi' day.
',rCz ;i competed in five events, win- I Samson won-the 500 yard rstl

to a battle between I aughcrit -, st el- nii~g the 40-yard dash and standtingi and placed second to his teammate,
i a Illinois forward, and .t11tat, Ohio hiihjumlp andI taking seconds in the Darnell, in the 100 yard free style.
State star who hias held the Icad for; standing b~road jump and the 300-yard Craig was forced to be content wvith1
the bast fe w weeks. f~aug 'berity glow' dash. Ile also ran on the State medley third in both freestyle events. Cra ig;
holds a one point, advanltage b3 relay team that took third place., was able to win the diving, br e zt-
field goal; and 18 free throws for ,1-; stroke, and backstroke.
tota of9 ponts whie te Buko Eight of the first 10 men on the
forward has accounted for 22 baskets basketball squad at Fordham Univer- two of these eight are three-sport
andl 27 free throws fora 91 p~oint to- i sity participate in other sports, and men.
Unless the two lcadlers hit a du cided mIl1RItl 1111IIIIiIIIi~ 1,10 1 t. 9 Elil i1i181111i~ l
scrn lm uigtermidrof the season they are almost certain=
to finish at the top. (Gleichman, North- Th '' ig IcnR:d
western player now in third pla5ce, 'h -ii d
has made only 64 points, with Culm- , =
mi +t Purdue ace, close behind hinlm. in' o
iBenny Oosterbaan, Wolverine for- in fo
jward takes third honors in the num- -
'ber of field~ goals made, with 25 to 7 M i'chigan men.
his credit, but ranks only 11th in the . +ttlsoigclmhvn con-
ed for only four points on free tries, =
Tied with him for honors is H'ank,-
Harrigan,- his team mate, who has !4 .t/
counted 54 T)Oints on 18 baskets and a="<
like number of free throws. The lead- - ; .,
ers follow: '
Daugherity, -Illinois..............92 -
Hunt, Ohio State........91 -
Gleichman, Northwestern ......64 1=-
Cummins, Purdue............... 64
Otterness, Minnesota............. 61 !
Beckner, Indiana................ 60
Krueger, Indiana................ 58 I
I Behr, Wisconsin................ 58 '
Wheeler, Purdue ................56- $10v
Fisher, Northwestern.............~.
Oosterba an, Michigan ............,54
Harrigan, Michigan............. 541=
McMillen, Ohio.................. 53;
Wilcox, Iowa..............3P
SLindsey, Illinois .................5SI,7 -k f ,c~ 'no14
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Purdue's recent victory over Michigan tossed the Western Col1e e Conference basketball race infoi
a triple tie. Thbe Wolverine team had gone undefeated in conference conltests up to th it game. AMiclt4
i~an's team is cormposed entirelv of six footeirs. Its mnembers arc shown above.;
Michigan's basketball team note I inch taller than McCoy. Much of time Mathermen wilted in the second per
righting to break the tie for second i success of the W\olverine team this iod, and the Purdue team was able t
place in the Conference championship year has been dlue to the exceptional administer t~em their 'first Confer
race, is one of the tallest in the height of the team according to crit- ence defeat.
school's history, if not in the Big Ten. ; ics.ToihntegaewhCicc
With the exception of Wilbur Pet-t After the team had hit a winning ToihntegaewhCicg
'ie, who stands five feet 10 inches, streak of nine straight gaines this sea- the Mlathermen will be given an op
every member of the quintet meal- !son, the mid-year layoff threw the portunity to avenge the last two loss
ures six feet or over. Capt. Ed. Chain-i players of their stride, and they have es. However, the Maroons, who stop
bers, forward, and Benny Oosterbaan, i been unable to stage a comeback thus pdIdaarcnl nagm
his running mate, each measure six far. In the game with Pittsburgh the Chicago, are considered a formidabl,
feet; Frank Harrigan, who alternates men showed ragged form, and then, opponent. The Wolverines must wii
at running guard and forward, stands in the encounter with Purdue, it seem- to reminn1 the running for the titlE
six feet one inch; Ernie McCoy, pivot ed as if they were about to stage a while the invaders are prepared ti
nan is six feet one inch, and Xini comeback, when they showed remark- continue their troublesome work.
Martin, substitute forward, is a half able form in the first half. But the __ ___ ___________




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