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BREAST STROKE CONTEST EXPECTED

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T1wo Easterners, one man from the
IPacific coast, and two representativesI
of the W'estern- Conference will pre-
sent one of the greatest" groups; of
breast strokers ever seen in a single
iswimming meet when they race for
the national collegiate 200 yard title
a week from Friday and Saturday
at Iowa City.
With Allen of the Navy and Schoft
of Williams loth having made timies,
of better than 2:42 in a 'long: pool,
and Carter of Iowa andi Kratz of Wis-1
cousin both (capable of 2:44 or better,I
it is expected that the breast stroke
Will be the feature of the meet. The
old record of 2:40.6 madle by Faricy!
of Minnesota two years ago in .the!
short pool may likely fall before the
onslaught of these men.
Then, there is Littlefield, Stanford's
star natator who must be reckoned
with. He is the former holder of the
world's record for the 880 yard breast!
stiroke and has tapered down to the
shorter distance with good results.!
Allen is perhaps a slight favorite
with his recordl time victory in the
Eastern meet where lie scored over,
Schott after the latter had beaten himt
in a prelimiinary heat, also in record
time. Kratz of Wisconsin won the Con-;
ference breast stroke event with a!
mark of 2:43.4, and has turned in sev-
eral times better than this. Carter,
Hawkeye star, was kept out of thej
Big Ten meet with, a toothache but
is expected to be in top shape for theI
national test.i
The Western Conference has pro-
duced two of the greatest of the 4oUn-
try's back stroke stars this year in
Spindle of Michigan and Hill of Min-
nesota, with Hubbell, a team mate of
the former, only a shade behind.

stars. Both Spidle and lI i iIhutv.
Ibeaten 'Hill's record of1:4. for t ii,,
150 yard event set last yeair.aind are
ratedl as even choices for, titular
honors although Spindl e scored a «viia
toi the Big Ten competition,
Among the free style records,. none
seem safe from serious challengec by
this year's crop of swim Stars. TChe
present 50 yard mark is held( by Rule,
of the Navy at :23.9, while iBreor ot'
l ot w se n i 0 adholder with a time of : 55. The former
I niark has a chaiice of .standingu, hbut.
there seemis to be little dloubt thait
Breyer's time will be bettered. IDa"-
nall, Conference title holder hasmc-
gotiatedl the (list ance in :54 anal( bet-
ter consistently throughout thle seat-
son.
Breyer also holds the 220 yard ma:rk:
of 2:23.7 while H-awkins of Priuceton
'iadle the best 440 yard time, F:24.5.
All four marks were made twoyes
ago. Captain Sanison of Mlichligan
sh'ould be able to shatter both of thlos;e
records without much difficulty as hie
has been doiing better than 5 :10 forl
the longer race all season and in the
recent Big Ten championships at Il-
Slnois lie swain the 220 yard event iii
j2 :18.1.
ST. LOUIS., Tilden Tech high
school of Chicago won the Washington
university interscholastic swimming
meet held here recently.

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