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WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 19298

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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OLYMPiC TRACK STARN
810 FOR TEM BRTN!
-..IC A ntes St t Seculadn
As 'To Possble 31akeup Of
he 19 11028Team
QUINN MAKES HIS DEBUT
Preliminary speculation over pos-
sible candidates for the 1928 U.S.
Olympic team :started Monday night,i
and will continue throughout the
next week as three of the most im-
portant indoor track meets of the sea-
son are held in New York.
Monday night's meet, the New York
A.C. games, brought together sonic of1
the most prominent figures in na-
tional track competition including
Lloyd Hahn of the Boston A.A., Sabin
Carr of Yale, and Roland Locke of
Nebraska. Each of these men are
strong Olympic candidates as their
performances and previous records in-
dicate.
Lloyd hahn's Time Slow
Hahn won the Baxter mile, under
wraps, in the comparitively slow time
of 4:214-5. Locke, who is accerdited
with running the 220-yard dash in 20
5-10 seconds, made his bow to the
East, and while he did not win the 60
yard event, placed second in his heat.
Sabin Carr, after clearing 13 feet 6
inches to win the pole vault, made an
attempt to clear the bar at 13 feet 10
inches. Success was nearly his, but a
stray elbow spelled disaster after he
had succeeded in clearing the height
with his body.
A newcomer from Holy Cross col-
lege, made his debut in the games win-
ning the final heat in the 60-yard dash
in record equaling time. His name
is J. F. Quinn, and he bids fair to
make his competitors in the sprints
hustle if they are to retain their
laurels.
Wildermuth To Defend Title
The National A.A.U. championships,
which are scheduled for Saturday
night will present a lineup which in-
cludes many present holders of cham-
pionships. Wildermuth of the New
York A.C., will defend his title in the
60-yard dash, against a field which in-
cludes Locke, McAllister and Hussey.
Sabin Carr, whose indoor record of
13 feet 9 1-4 inches and an outdoor
record of 14 feet have yet to be
broken, will meet Harrington and
Sturdy in the pole vault. Schwarze,
formerly of Wisconsin, will meet sev-
eral likely performers in the shot put.
Harold Osborne defends his ;title in
the high jump. Ray Conger, recent
conqueror of Dr. Otto Peltzer, the Ger-
man miler, and Homer, will partici-
pate in the 1,000-yard championship.
Winners of events in these two
meets, New York A.C., and the Na-
tional A.A.U., will undoubtedly have
excellent chances for places on theI
team which represents the United
States at Amsterdam this summer.
RECORDS EXPECTED TO
SUFFER IN PENN MEET
(By Associated Press.)
PHILAD sLPHIA, Feb.t21-A host1
of America's speediest steppers will
launch a four-hour drive of indoor
track and field records at the thir-
teenth annual Meadowbrook club
meet here tonight. More than 500
athletes are entered.
Conger i entered in the "660."

THE TIP-OFF
(Continued from Page Six)
Boilermakesrs enjoyed far more
success during the course of the
game than (1uring the practice
(rill just preceding, and harry
wondered how they could shoot
betthr on the \run than when
planted.
Cach Veenker remarked that thel

~I DANASPORT TEAMS
A' n' d C o nly Squalds Not Yet
A ti Court ive 'o I
hiy ituckeyes
OIRID PRACTICE STARTED
BLOOMINGTON, Feb. 21.-Every

NOW

Boilermakers just kept "right on go- branch of athletics at Indiana univer-
ing against lichigain the way they sit y, except tenis and golf, will be
started to go against Indiana on Sat- activc' this vWek. wih the 1 ginning

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urday when in less than four min-
utes they fell short of only two bas-
kets o_'closing a 20 point _argin, all
the beautiful stalling notwit hst and-
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Then too the short court, 10_
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Capt. "Babe" Wheeler, for example,
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tersection with the sidelines. That
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Cum'ins, whose short pres-
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:form that earned for him Big
Ten leadership in scoring when
he dropped six goals.
But Purdue certainly deserved to
win the tilt, so much so that when
the storm which followed the 10-1;)
lull really broke, the Wolverines wee
completely outclasscd.
Especially did Capt. "Hank"
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It is no secret that both looked
worse than ever before.

of spring football scheduled for this
afternoon.
First on the program is the return
basketbiall game with Ohio State at
Columbus, Wednesday night. Thel
Hoosiersi had no trouble in disposing
of the Buckeyes here last week, 43 to
2 .6
On Thursday night Iowa State's
wrestling team which met but one
defeat last year will invade Blooming-
ton. The Hawks recently won a one-
sided match from Wisconsin and are
stopping here en route to the At-
lantic coast for an eastern invasion. i
Boast Two Star Mat4men
Included in the lineup of the Iowa
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Holding, a 125 pound grappler, won
the National A.A.U. title last year,
while Grooms, a welterweight, re-
cently defeated the winner of "the 145
pound national championship.
Next in importance is the track and
field meet with Ohio State at Colum-
bus Saturday. Indiana's strength has
been increased with the eligibility
of Stephenson, crack quarter and
halfmiler.
India'na's swimming team which
scored a 39 to 30 triumph over the
University of Illinois last winter willI
again invade the Illini pool Satur-
day in an effort to malte it two
straight.
Coach Pat Page is expecting nearly
a hundred candidates to report for t
spring football late this afternoon.
The (trill is *starting earlier this year
so that the gridders can spend more
time on their books when final exam-
inations loom in June. Indiana plays
six Western Conference teams next
fall.

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A. H. ASHLEY
"Iattended MichiganStateCollege,
taking subjects necessary to pass
examinations for a commission in
the United States Army. At the
time, I was a member of the Mich-
igan National Guard. Before my
college work was over, we were
called on duty in the copper mines
of Northern Michigan. Here, I
served as first Lieutenant in charge
of police work in Keweenaw
County.
This duty lasted about a year.
Upon my return a very close friend
explained to me the exceptional
oppor i nities offered by the Kresge
company. While this proposition
was entirely out of my line of work
i. o tmuned so interesting that I
, dcciocd to give it a trial.
Starting as a stockman in the small
store inZanesville, Ohio, was quite
a come down and many times I
felt that I had made a serious
mistake. Now, looking back over
my past twelve years with the
Kresge Company, I can see how
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change. I have no regrets to offer
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ness standpoint the same thing
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During the World War I was a
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erty as the troops left for homt'.
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anxious to get back to the Kresge
Company and find sry place in a
store again."
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AMONG the many college graduates who have won
success with the S. S. Kresge Company is A. H.
Ashley, former football star and four letter man of M. S.C.
Like other men who have found their life's work with
this organization, Ashley started inatthe very bottom. He
was led, step by step, through the various positions in our
stores until he was thoroughly acquainted with every
branch of our business. Then he was given a store of
his own to manage - a dignified, well-paying position
which carries with it a share in the profits earned.
We now have.a few opportunities open for college men
to do just what Ashley did-start at the bottom and
work their way to the top. If you are interested in a
future where hard work brings its own reward, write to
our personnel department at once. We will gladly arrange
a meeting with a graduate of your own college who has
already won success with the Kresge organization.

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