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TUEISIDAY, FEBR;UARY 21, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PACE SE'VEN

lh NRHESTERNV, ILLINOIS AND 1OWA
RHUo"TI DUBSYEAR'LINUc _____
flhI~MEkRMEN WIN AND STAY UNBEATEN

WELL BALANCED TEA
Freshnutu Tac k Squad Exec ted To'
Decvelop Int Best All-Around
Sen here fit Years
FIRST MEET IS MARCH 3
Tme tials held last Friday and
Saturdlay afternoons served to prove
to Coach Charles Hoyt that this sea-!
son's freshman track team will beI
one of the best balanced squads that
he, has coached in a number of years
No startling discoveries were made
in the trials, lbut several good records
were turned in. Tolan and Cook both
ran the 60 yard dash in 6 5-10 seconds
which equaled the time of Hester,
Robb, and Chapman, Varsity sprint-
ers. Murray and Metz are also show-
ing to goodl advantage in the dashes.
In the distances, Coach Hoyt as
developed several runners who have
excellent possiilities. Benson and
Bazley lead the half milers, the former
having turned in a time of 2:01 2-.
In the mile, Austin and Toth are the
outstanding perform ers, the latter,
having a slight edge. His best time is
4:40 5-10. Groen is a promising two
miler.I
In the field events, the squal is
well represented. Pottle, a Detroit
product, is the best pole vaulter with
a jump of 11 feet 6 inches to his
credit. Patton and Decker lead the
hammer throwers, both being excel-
lent performers. Bator, regularly
throwing the 16-pound weight 42 feet
is the best of the shot-putters, al-
though Marshall is not far behind him.
In the board jump, Harrell is at
present the best performer, with
Bailey pushing him hard for his p-
sition .
Competition for the lead in hurdlingj
has served to develop some very fair
hurdlers. Smyth and Potter are
b~attlin~g each other for supremacy in
the lows, while Ludginton and Hug-
gett are showing quite good form in
the highs. Hluggett, although a class
13 champion, is being hard pushed by
Lu dginton.
The outstanding quarter milers are
Cooper, Russell and Baker.
The first telegraphic meet of the
year is scheduled for March 3. The
opponent has not yet been definitey
decided but it will probably be some-
other Conference school.
ANN ARBOR HIGH QUINTET
TO PLAY FLINT, BAY CITY
Still undefeated but with the hard-
est part of the schedule ahead, Ann
Arbor high school's basketball quin-
tet is preparing for a week end trip
into the Thumb district.
Coach, Holloway's men meet the
strong Bay City five Friday night
anid Flint Central Saturday. Both of
these teams are expected to give the
Purple and White a bitter struggle.
Defense and offense are being polish-
ed up for this trip, since Bay City'
is always strong defensively while
ipski and Sackrider, mainstays of
Flint's attack, must be curbed in their
scoring activities.
New uniforms are expected to ar-
rive before the team leaves Friday
as O'Haro Post No. 423, Veterans ofj
Foreign Wars, has donated new:
suits in recognition of the splendida
record of this year's court squad.I

Northwvestern , Illinois, and Iowa I owa, Compet ing in its first:(Cen-
,enaue undo.'a ted ini the I~i g 'lenl ielenee meet of the season. 5hi:C1't
race for Cdual imeet 5w1'illiilg 01bPos iIII(A pected st reng,~i in winlning ever.
by downing weaker tOnponent 5 R'12S first place ago instt Chico go. I i ts
week, ail by on~e-sided i rat e:,. Ilio 2 ii ose of the .l aroonis lost lii islytim
Wildcat swiimmers -vanqui 1;lied I'll;,- onference race of t he year vhcm
due, 54-1I5, Illinois (1('eit ed \isconI-1
tSin, 47-22, while Ioa Neon from Ch i- (1~~~~ oce i u n
(,ag 5217.yard free style.
~Ph e Nortbvwctrnmenley tioj () () Bendler, Iowa sdiver, (Ic eated (Capt.
H linchl, Inelx, 211(1 Scb wartyz, 1 Fclliuger of (Chiicago inl that eventI

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T 'lRS HEAD FOR SOJTI
I)l-r E irl'. 1' el. 20.-T'he nucleus
of the D et roit Tigers' Baseball tear
wis Epeedin j ,.oiit hlv.'2i'dtoday, cin
rou~e to the tearn's training Camn' at
San Antoniiio, Tex.
,Ia1a-ger AAl miarty preceded the
teamu to the ('21111 by several dlays to
'slupervise twork 0ofgettiny the thark in
shlape for lracti ee.

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TYPEWRITFU
REPAIRING
All makes of ma.-
clines. Our equip-
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.sophlonilores, c~overed the '100 yards in i
3: 15. 2-5 seconds, more t ban) th11ee
seconds und~er the (Confterence2 recorld.
Thle Purple nat at oPT won every eventl
with the excep~tioni of the 440 z a-d
free style, which was annexed by
D)avenport: o-'Purdue.. The \Wiidca~t
water poloist's also Xwei'eviet Oriolas,
defeating the Boilermakers, C3-°.
Wisconsin captunred a. sing le first
place in the meet with Illiniois, the
Cardi~nal 160 yard medliey team bealt.-
ing the Illini (11121tet by a sc(nt. xnmar-
gin. The Indians sc,'oredl oasy v 1(t01r-
ics in. all thle ether event s, tend cap -
turedl the water polo game, 10-2.
Webster starred foi. the Illini, tak-
ing first; In the 40 and 1(C) yurd free
style, Holbrook ill the breast 14 roke'
and Shattuck in the back strok, re-
mainedl undefeated in comnpetit ion this
year by winning their evenits. DJc-4s
was first in the 440 yard swim.* while
Capt. Groli took first honors in tWe
fancy (diving.
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NOW SHOWING
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iKing capturedl the 15)0 yard( back
i t roke for the IRawkeyes, 1.h ile hzi
teamn(ae, Turlbett anexedl the 44
yard swim. 'he Mlaroons scored1 their
only victory of the (lay in water polo
doeating the Hawks, 8-4.
N1+Wd YORK.-The New York Y'ank-
ees today added two more young stars
to their roster for the 1928 training
:season. The newcomers ar.e Bill
Eisemann, star of the Syracuse uni-
v ers it y last year, and Nick Moore,
right handed pitcher and brother . of
Wiley Moore.
FACULTY SWIMTMING
Mlembers of tihe faculty swim1-
mning class for beginners will
nlot meet tomorrow noon, Feb.
S22, due to my absence from the1
city.
j f 3lzitt ITmin, lDirector j

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February 10, 1927
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Thanks to the manufacturers for
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