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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WOLVERINE TANKMEN FAORITESIN CONFERENCE

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'WOLVERINES ENTER PRELIMINARIES TONIGHT
IDETERMNUED TO AVENGE PREVIOUS DEFEATS

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American League President Is Rapidly
Regaining Strength At Health ResortR Ly [ R MN
Red And White Stars Hold Time Trials
And Drills In Preparation For
Coiing Meet Here
..BENSON WINS IN MILE

Coadh la'nn Announces Entries With futility of attempting to heat either
Eye To -0taining Highest Samson or Wagner in the 440, and it!
Ninber Of Points is therefore expected that Moody or
S. Hill will represent the Gophers inI
A the 220 with Bjornberg in the longer
MAWYMAK IN DANGER!
1'1 'M RKS 1event.
Wagner's speed in the 440 is un-
Favorites for the first time since! questioned, but the Northmen are cer-
their entrance -into the Conference in tain to 'press him in the furlong icon-
1923 Coach Matt Mann's Wolverines test. Davenport and juss, of Pur-'
will enter the preliminaries of the Big due and Illinois, are other possibn-
Ten swim meet tonight at Urbana]ities, but third and fourth places are;
determined to revenge their treatment all that any splasher may expect with

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College Presidents Strongly Oppose
Suggested Changes In Football Rules
The football changes recently pro- table material by.one-third and double
posed by President Ernest M. Hop- the need for such material. The effect
kifis of Dartmouth college have met would be a demand for a larger sup-
with strong opposition throughout the ply of varsity material and the temp-
east from authorities of nearly all the tation to secure such by competitive
colleges. proselyting.
Boston university is the only school
to express complete approval of the Dr. Kennedy feels that it would put
suggested changes. President Marsh I the smaller schools at a disadvantage.
said he was ready to "recommend Also he does not think the under-
complete acceptance" as the proposals graduates capable of assuming the re-
tend to reduce the commercial aspect sponsibility of coaching as was sug-
of the game." gested.
Dr. Charles W. Kennedy, chairman Head Coach Lou Young of Pennsyl-
of the Princeton athletic board, takes vania said, "Football as it is played
issue with each of the changes pro- today is entirely satisfactory. T'here
posed by Dr. Hopkins. He said that has been entirely too much tinkering
the plan to allow .only sophomores with the game and the sooner it stops
and juniors play and develop two the better. It is not far to keep a
Varsity teams would cut down avail- senior out of college competition."

at the hands of other Conference
.schools in former years.
Michigan has won only four firstl
places in Conference competition and
has scored only 71 points as compar-
ed with 41, 33, 26, 18, and 14 first
places and 458, 323, 243, 281, and 1331
points for Northwestern; Chicago, fl-1
linois, Wisconsin, and Minnesota, re-
spectively.
Definite announcement was finally3
made by Coach Mann concerning the
exact entries of his star natators.
Conference and national intercol-
legiate rules pfohibit one swiinmer
from competing in more than two in-
dividual events and one relay, and
coaches always are in the habit of
Jockeying their nominations in ac-
cordance with the expected strength
or weakness of the opposition.
SMann Announces Entries
With the most possible points as
the goal the free style Wolverines are
entered as follows: Watson, Seager,
Darnall, and Samson in the 200 yard'
straight relay; Darna'l 'and' Seager in
the 50 and 100 yard free style, with
Batter and Beient added in the sprint
and only the latter in the 100; Sam-
son and Wagner in the 220 and 440;
and Watson as anchor leg on the med-
ley relay trio.
Samson holds the season mark in
the 50 at :23,9, 2-10 better than Hirsh-
berger's Conference record but is'
sZved for the 220 and 440 events inl
which he is expected to lower his own
national intercollegiate records of.
j:17 1-5 and 5:1 3-5 in the long pool.
Michigan's entries in the 50, even
without Captain- Samson, are the
strongest pair, as shown by Darnall's
recent practice trials at :23 3-5 andI
23 4-5, equalling Bronson's intercol-
legiate record, .and his official season
mark of :24 1-5 which is. second only
to Samsn's in the Conference.
Seager should; place with any sort
of a start against Oker, Chicago's
sophomore credited with :25.1, Hirsch-
berger, Wisconsin record holden
whose best time this season has been
:25.4, and Manovitz, Northwestern
captain undefeated except by Samson.
Other speedy sprint stars include S.
Hill and Moody, Minnesota; Ritten-
flouse, Chicago; and Clark, Wisconsin.
Darnall Favorite In 100
With the same field in the 100, Dar-
nall should again defeat the defend-
ing champion, Moody, and should
crack the existing record of :55 2-5
by more thon one full second. Noyes
and McClintock, of Chicago and Iowa
arq'other possible scorers.,
Although the 220 Is not listed in
dual meet competition it is included
in the championship meet. Entries in
this event are as yet unknown but the
field will undoubtedly consist of some
of the 100 yard swimmers including
in this group Noyes, Moody, Zaiser,
of Indiana, and Druiding, of North-
western.
Minnesota will not enter her
strongest swimmers because of the
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the stellar Wolverines entered.
Outside of the free style events
Michigan does not so completely dom-
inate the field and it is not expected
to tally any first places with the pos-1
sible exception of the back stroke,
where the feature duel of the meet
should take place between J. Hill,
Minnsota's national champion, and
the star Wolverine trio composed of'
Spindle, Hubbell, and J Halsted.
Expect Duel In Back Stroke
Spindle and J. Hill hold the sea-i
son's mark of 1:45.3 jointly, 5 3-51
seconds better than Hill's, Conference,
mark. Hubbell is Michigan's other
sophomore star who must be reckoned
with, while J. Halsted,. runnerup last
year, may return to old form to de-
feat Omar Miller, Northwestern, and
Oker, Chicago.
In the 200 yard breast stroke therel
are six men who have gone under the 1
2:50 standard which divides the good
swimmers from the others. Merlin
Carter, defending champion and rec-
ord holder at 2:47.7 has been unde-
feated duirng the past season and un-
til recently was credited with the
fastest time of the season for the l
event, 2:44 1-5. Miller, of Indiana, de-
feated early in the season by both
R. Halsted and Shorr, of the Wol-l
verine squad, recently was timed forI
the distance in the excellent time of1
2:44. '
Halsted has been victorious over!
Purdy, Minnesota, in 2:49 1-5, ,but the!
Gopher has done the distance in bet-
ter time on other occasions. Shorr,t
who finished in fourth place last year,
ranks fourth again according to. sea-1
-son performances, with 2:46.2, Kratz,I
of Wisconsin, having been timed ati

ITHACA, March 24. - Time trials
held Saturday, and several practice
workouts since that day, indicate
that the Cornell track team will pre-..
sent a powerful and well trained1
team when they meet the Wolverines
in a meet Saturday night in Ann Ar-
bor.
Coach Moakley put his men through
several hard workouts prior to his
announcement that 34 men would
nmake the trip, and several fine per-
formances were turned in. The races
were not run over the regular com-
petition distances, however, being re-
stricted to a certain number of laps
si by the coach.
Orthman, Moor, Frincke, and Day-
ton ran an especially close race in
a six lap run, with Frincke coming
from behind in the last few yards to
overtake Dayton and Orthman, who
had set the pace. The time of 1:57.2
established a new record for the year
on a board track.
Goodwillie proved his superiority in
the 50 yard dash by winning in the
final race from Young and Auerbach,
who had each won one heat in the
rather slow time of 5.8. In the hur-
gles Cassebaum was the most out-
standing man. He won the 65 highs
,.rom Carruthers and Wells, and then
placed second to Young in the 65
yard lows.
The 18 lap run was an easy race
for Pond.. Levering held with the
leader for seven laps, but weakened
as Pond settled into a fast stride,
and the latter finally won by half a
lap.
Benson, star jsophomore distance
man, ran away from Willets, his
nearest competitor, to set a new
mark in the 12 lap race, a distance
of 100 yards less than a mile. BerI-
son's time of 4:13 is one of the fast-
est performances ever turned in here.

Senior

Canes'

Ban B. Johnson, who is technical-
ly on a leave of absence, because of]
ill health, but practically relieved
from his position as president of the
American league, is shown on the
right, after returning from a walk
2:45.
Colbath, Northwestern's sophomore,
central A. A. P. fancy diving chain-
pion and Grol, Illinois, are among
the best divers in the Conference. J
Others who should show well areI
Ratcliffe, Wisconsin, Barnacle, Min- I
nesota, and Starrett and Bailey, Mich-
igan. 1
Michigan should encounter little dif-;
ficulty in the 200 yard straight relayc
and should lower Minnesota's markt
of 1:40 1-5 by at least four seconds. l
Chicago's great team composed of
Oker, Rittenhouse, Noyes, and Green-
burg and Northwestern, with Colbath
Miller, McDonald, and ManovitzI
should earn places. .

with his physician, Dr. Leonard El-j
lis, at Hot Springs, Ark.
Only -a few months ago Johnson
aroused nation-wide interest in the
baseball world by opposing the re-
naming of Judge Landis as baseball's
high commissioner, but failed utterly
in his attempt
In fact, so complete was his fail-
ure that the American league mag-
nates put a more forceful curb on his
powers than they did a few years ago,
when the fiery prexy first chose to
oppose the will of Landis.
At that time the Judge threatenedF
to resign his position unless John-
son was made to stop criticising the,
commissioner's actions, and, through
the power of Charles Comiskey, own-
er of the Chicago White Sox, John-
son was forced to hold his tongue,
where upon the owners pledged faith
in Landis, and things went smooth-
ly until the late fracas.

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