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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1927

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DONAHE WINS ONLY,
FALL FROM WILFORD:
lichigan Matmnen Capture First Five
Bouts Of Meet To Win From
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Michigan's wrestling team won itsE
third successive Big Ten victory in1
the Coference title race yesterday '

MORE THAN-500 TRACK ATHLETES Michigan Captain Is M PM TIT
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afternoon at Yost field house by de-
feating the2 highly touted Ohio State
mat team, 17 to 6. The Wolverine
grapplers repeated -their performance
of last weekagainst Purdue by win-
ning all of the first five bouts of the
meet, one by a fall and four by decis-
ions.
More than 500 spectators, the largest1
crowd to witness a wrestling meet inj
the history' of the sport gat Michigan,
watched Coach Keen's team decisively
defeat the Buckeye aggregation. This
is Ohio's second Big Ten defeat of the
season aId, thus eliminates them as
Conference title contenders, :leaving;
Michigan and Indiana to fight it out
for first honors in the eastern division
of the Big Ten teams.
The Wblverines took the lead in
scoring when Baker, 115 pound star
who has never lost a Conference bout,
gained a decision over Cushman of
Ohio State and they gradually increas-
ed their margin by winning the next
four bouts.. Coach Mooney changed
his original lineup by sending Cush-
man instead of Shaneley against the
Michigan star. The men wrestled to
a draw in the regular ten minute
period, but Baker piled up nearly a
five minute advantage in the two over-;
time periods to win a decision.
Solomon, steller 125 pounder fromi
last year's Varsity. team, won a deci-
sion over Lindquist, Ohio star, in hisf
first home meet of the season to in-
crease the Wolverine lead to 6. This
bout also went overtime, each man
gaining only a slight time advantage
in the regular period. The Michigan
star gained, an advantage of 2:49 over
his opponent in the overtime periods
to win the decision.
In the 135 pound match Watson in-
creased his string of successive victo-
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(by Associated Press) L nd field athletes in the country, ac- W ri Strengt e1ed By Addition day. The relay team will consist of
CHICAGO, Feb 19.- The nick if the cording to Coach Stephen J. Farrell. Of eager, Are Favored To Win Watson, Seager, Samson, and Darnell,
nation's' interscholastic track and In addition to his spe(.alties, the pole Easiy From Visitors and the men will make a try for an
swimming stars have been invited by vault, javelin, and broad jump, North- unofficial relay record. In the medley
Northwestern University to take part rop is now doing close to six feet in T '-MA W Prelay, also, the team of Shorr, br cta
Mrchwe26-2nineFifteentaketiol hgh jump. stroker, Hubbell, backstroker, a nd
SMarch 26-27 in the Fifteenth National At one time it was thought that;~~ Seager crawl man, may be able to ap-
interscholastic games. An entry list Northrop would be entered in the pen- In preparation 'for the dual swim- proach the existing mark.
doubling that of last year when more tathlon or decathlon events last year, ming meet with Northwestern Satur- Slindle, stellar back stroke swim-
than 500 youths took part is expected but Coach Farrell decided that to do day, Coach Matt Mann's Varsity swim- mer, who broke the Big Ten record
from the 1,500 schools to winch bids this would be to jeopardize Northrop's m'ers, undefeated thus 'far this year, I in the meet at Chicago, and J. Halsted
have been mailed. chances in the individual events. will engage the Michigan State team I will be the Michigan entries in the
Many of the records of the games Among others, Northrop would have in a practice meet at 7:30 o'clock Mon- 150 yard back stroke. Bement and
were established several years ago by competed in the shot put which night day at tre Union pool. Watson will be used in .the 50 yard
I athletes who since have attained!have imnaired his ability in the jave- Strengthened by the addition of Al dash, Shorr and Halsted in the breast
prominence in collegiate competition.j lin, in which he is national intercol- Seager, crawl man, who was declared stroke, Samson and Darnell in the 200
The 60-ya'rd low hurdles mark was set legiate champion. The Michigan cap- eligible after the mid-year grades had yard swim, Samson and Bement or
three years ago by Bob Cuhel who now tain has registered close to 49 feet been recorded..the Wolverine team ap- Seager in the 100 yard free style event,
is a star on the University of Iowa with the shot. Besides this he is a pears to be even better balanced than and Starritt and Bailey in the diving.
team. Dick Howell~ who made a new good discus man and better than ave- jit has been in earlier meets. Although .Walaitis, Frantz, Hosmer, Wagner
world's record in 'the plunge for dis.- rage as a spx inter and low hurdler, the coach has had sufficient material and Hughes have all been entered in
tance in a 60-foot ftank only three When he came under Farrell's tute- in the crawl events, the new man will the 440 yard handicap swim.
days ago, holds the 100 and 200-yard lage Northrop was only a fair broad greatly strengthen the team. Seager I Although the Michigan State coach
swim records in the national inter- jumper, being scarcely able to do 22 imay be used in the sprint events, and I has not yet entered his team it is
scholastic. feet. Some critics maintain that he is certain to be placed on the two known that Reinhol-d Thomas, former
Thetrack meet was won last year#will make 24 feet 6 inches this spring,'relay teams. Seager's fine showing State champion in the back stroke,
by Cass Tech of Detroit with Wilining- and it is not unlikely that he will do on the last trip which the team took breast stroke, and crawl events, will
ton, Del., winning the swimming hon-;better than 24 feet. His work in the is a good indication of his ability, furnish the Wolverines some keen com-
ors. pole vault has also been marked with according to 'Coach Mann.,i petition. Thomas' events will probably
great improvement andl Northrop is Michigan is favored to win easily tbe determined by the relative strength
apable of better than 12 feet 6 inches! over the Upstaters in the meet Mon-|of the visitors in the various events.
inlthis event.I--_ _ ___

More than 500 athletes from 50 uni-
versities and, colleges, the pick of
athletic talent in the Middle West, will
take their marks for the starter's gunj
in the tenth annual University of Il-t
linois delay carnival at Urbana Sat-
urday.
Fred Alderman, Michigan State col-
lege dash star, will have a carnival
championship to defend this year. He
defeated Roland Locke, Nebraska's

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world record breaker, in the 300 yard
dash last year, tying the world record
of Murchison and Wooglring at :31.2.
Dan Lyon of Illinois is considered
one of the outstanding entries in the
shotput. Lyon broke the Conference
record last year with a mark of 47
feet, one-half inch last June.
Ray Conger, Iowa State's great mid-
dle distance runner, will compete in
the half mile and run anchor man on
the Ames relay teams.

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