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PACE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUEFSD7AY, ? MRCH 22, 1927

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SJAON6 CORNLL IRACK SQUAD IS fAYRD Three Wrestlers Winj BANCROFT'S ROOKIES WILL ADD
State A.A.U. TitlesSEDTOEA INCMG
TO AVFNflF IAST mimR ICfHMfAN VIflJCPIF In Tourney At Flint' --~:.:zv~

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Iteel; Will Be Sixtecenth HlfweeIl Two;
St-fools~ Of Wbich Cornell Hasn
Won Only .Four

DASHES WILL FEATURE SERIE2S BEGAN IN 1902
ITHACA, March 21- With the Cor-! Conceded better than an even'!
Hell track team of this year looming chance to doweltMe Wolverines in the
as one of the strongest in the coun- i annual indoor dual track meet, Coach
try, and with chances for an eastern Moakley's Cornell team will invade!

outdoor intercollegiate championship
brightest since 1922, Coach Moakley's!
-well-balanced Cornell squad will en-
,gage the Wolverines Saturday at Ann
Arbor in the annual dual meet of the
two schools, a strong favorite to winl
from the Michigan aggregation for the
first time in five years.
Although the Red and Whlite has
been unable to come even, close to de-
feating the Michigan representation
in the past few years, the team iss
much stronger this year than it has'
been since it won the eastern intercol-
legiate championship in 1922 and l
seems destined to r~ak the jinx that
the Wolverines ha e held during thei
past four years.
Hold Win Over Yale
By taking, second place in the in-
door eastern intercollegiate meet two
weeks ago, and defeating Yale by aj
12 1-2 point margin in a dual en-
counter, the RBed and White team es-
taiblished itself as one of the outstandl-
ing teams of the country at the pres-
ent time.
Against Yale, Cornell established
some fine marks, setting a new dual
meet record in the mile relay, and!
tieing the 440 and 75 yard marks, as
well as establishing drill hall marksl
in the shot put and two mile run.
Besides 'this, Cornell placed secondj
and third in the mile run, second in
the high hurdles, and first and third
In the low h~urdles, in two fast races,
making a clean sweep of the points inE
the shot put, tieing for first place in
the high jump, and winning first in
the half mile- run, and third in the
pole vault.
One of the feature races of the meetI
is expected to come in the 60 yard'
dash. Hester{ the Michigan star who,
bas not yet regained his last season,
form, will meet Goodwillie, Cornell!
ace who tied the meet, record ofJ
7 3-5 in the 75, yard dlash against
Yale. Goodwillie is .a slight favorite to
win, although Hester is considered
one of the fastest mien in collegiatel
circles when 'in forni.
lleruberger MNay .Press Benson
Hornberger,, the Wolverine distance
man who placed second in the two
mile run in the indoor Conference
meet at E~vanston, is still regarded
as, a possible winner over Benson,.
Cornell sophomore flash who won the]
eastern intercollegiatey championship.
Although Benson's time has been
conistently better than that turned{
in by Hornberger the latter has de-1
veloped steadily, according .to reports,.
while the formier may be both~2ered
by the change from a board to a cin-
der track.

the Michigan stronghold Saturday,
anxious to uyveng(e the decisive defeats
of the past four years.
Thle meet will be thE, sixteenth be-
tween the two schools, since relations1
were opened in 1902, and the VW31-

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FORITER MEETS
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30 1-6
36 1-6

Three of the wrestlers wocm
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A. . meet heldc Saturday in the I. M
A. gymnasium in Filut, gained the
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while three others reached the final
rounzd of competition before they were! >:' :.... : : ;:. '::;<:::.,..."::.;; .".: :
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12pound class, a weight which is '-:; *. *.* ., ::..... s:'..
not recogniz.ed in Conference wr estl- ! .:.°: ., :
ig oRubin of the retCserve squad :3.,":;< <.>. ..;..;:". ::_
wvent to the final round without corn-E {:-".°. :"
Ipeting. After holding an early ad-! o'2tr.r r: c; i" ' :" K i'u
vantage over i!lorehardct, a Michigan
State wrestler, his opponent managed ": } .r.;:;:;".
to throw him near the end of the
bout. ~*
jIn defeating Gibbs, star 115 pounder
-of the Michigan State team, Hewitt, a !:, .:;' "
m iember of the freshman squad,
Istamped himself as one of the most pr m snjeb r o h r s - .
roan squad. Hewitt encountered
comparatively little trouble in dis-j
posing of the State veteran, wh has l' yWOM.,9 E'~,IOJ A00je
never suffered a defeat until the Frlint }
1meet and holds a victory over Shan-1I
Icly of Ohio State, a finalist in the Dare Bancroft, manager of the Bos- Bourg hit .346 and 69 of hi
Conference meet this year.; ton B~raves now in training at St. stretched to extra bases.
Thomas, all-campus 125 poundPersugFl. said in ocin waukee outfielder stole 43
champion was the second local ent-
rant to win a, title. He had little di- with the coming season's activity, ing the season and establi
ficulty in defeating both of his adver- "We want more speed this year-in ord in the league.
saries, winning his second bout from the field and on the bases," Herbert Thomas, infield
.a member of the Michigan State team :Iquired from the Provider
by a fall. Hackman, another fresh- Banzcroft. is putting the burden of I the Eastern league. His
nman wrestler, reached the finals in the increasing the speed of his team onI ting was .326. Thomas stc
135 pound class before bowing to three men pictured above who are new Il ut his work in the field vV
Longsberg, captain-elect of the Mich- on the Braves' roster. Down at the Braves car
igan State team. Richbourg is a young outfielder has been placed at secon
Pelton, 145 pound entry, lost in his from Milwaukee who possesses plenty placing Moore who hasI
first match largely because of inex- of speed. From his performances in to third. Moore's shifting
perience. Haskins of Michigan State; the practice and exhibition games he cessitated putting Andy I
won the final bout from a teammate. has almost assured hzimself of a reg- eran, on the bench. Hig
Captain Donahoe, all-Conference 158 ular berth,=in the Braves outfield when what slow, and this alone
pound champion for the last two the season' begins. Last year whilej downfall before the spe
years and Douigavito, all-campus title 1 playing on the Milwaukee team Rich-, youthful players.
holder, met in the finals. The Mich-~
igan captain won a scant decision . 61161l16111611.1116lI1t1llI1llI1lI1l6lll1l6lll1lllI1lleIlIlIll2IliiiII1l11Ill16l!1611
over the freshman star in the feature
match of the program. 4,
Southworth, who is really a 1581 -
'pounder, made an excelluet showinlgz THE, SrSTEM ~LOTHL~
by going to the finals" in the 175 i=
pound class before losing to Adamn-'j= rYOun Men .AU Ae$
son, former Iowa star, who is going=
to enter the national A. A. U. meet at ! FOR SPRING - ARE HERE
Amnes this week encl. Southworth won $3.0,$85
both of his preliminary bouts by falls, 2 - Q to 48
Wolfe and Nichols8on, heavyweights, RH
were defeated in the first round, two ^ ~ W R " S 9 g s,
Michigan State men meeting in the
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Alumni Will Awar fhIIfh
YEAISprino- Grid Trool ririr
Ciaoalumni 1hnve o t. edcl IO -BIOLA III L $
thiirdl successive time a huge silverI
football trophy to be awarded t:) the diV.dercnty rf -e y
most promising pAye'"r of ti herpg lltoyd Hahn, will have a. chance to
football practice sessions this year. 10'regain 1some of Inis lost prestige when
The trophy award is based on im-1Le nmeets Willie Ritola in a two mnilet
provement shown during the spring,! rake Satur~day 'at Afadison Squnare
on value as a future Va rsity candidatie. f Garden.
on attendlance, and upon general at- A1 rivalry that, dates back to the
titude taken tow~ard pract ic'e. George11924 Olympic games will. be renew-
Rlicl w as-given the trophty 1;;1 year, ed when the two mecet again: In the
,.<. while Ray Baer, tacsklle, won thle( Olympic meet at Paris, Ritola show-
other silver football, awvardil ed hre -, ed his heels to the Stockholm school-
vious year. master in both the 10,000 and the
.:...; ; :Although regular pr:ct i ce with the'. 5,000 meter runs, the latter of which
' ~full number of men will not begin un- was won by,,Paavo. Nurmi.
til after spring vacation, afe of thet since then Wide has im~proved
more promising new backs and cen - greatly, defeated- Nurmi twice, and
''? Y ters began work yesterday after~noon now holds four world's records. Rit-
under Coach Elton E. (Tad) Wieman, of~ has been training for six weeks
who will have charge of practice. for the race, which will be the fea-
These men will meet three times aI ture of the indoor games arranged for
;.. .: Iweek until regular work begins and1 the benefit of United Swedish char-
3will drill largely in kicking and pass - iis.
ing.
Last year's spring squadl numbered or evehi more are expected this spring
more than 125 candidates and as many according to Coach Wbieman.

only wins in 1911, 1914,

19.20, and

1922. In both 1911 and 1922 the Red
and White team won the eastern in-
tercollegiate meet in which Michigan
competed both years. The Michigan
aggregation placed second in 1911
Ewith 24 points and third in 1914.
The Wolverines were back in the
Conference during the other two years
that they. were defeated by the Ith-
acans. In the Conference meet of 1920
Michigan placed second to Illinois
with 30 points, but in 1922 the Wol-
verines placed fifth, and it was in this
year that the .team suffered the worst
defeat it ever received from the Cor-
nell aggregation, being left on the
short end of a.9-27 score.
Since this defeat Michigan has not
lost a meet to the Red and White, cap-
turing the last three events in easy
fashion. In 1923 Coach Farrell's men
conquered the Ithaca squad 67 1-2 ,to
28 1-2, repeating this performance the
next year by a score of 67-28. In 1925
the meet held in Ann Arbor resulted
in a 64 5-6 to 30 1-6 victory for the
Wolverines,' while last year Michigan
won 58 5-6 to 36 1-6.

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World's Strongest iMan at 125 Pounds
Two Wrestling Matches
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