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THE MICH lOANDAILY

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WORDiNMBERn flIf.INIILETANS IREMANS WN TfAflhISUAD IAMEDlFRESHMNAWILL Tf
RECRD U~llt~OF NUIIUHL ETRATS ILLARDCRON ii~u SQAD rnvw HLD AT EETS WOLVERINE SWIMMERS TD MI
e Fesme w estes wll be afford TO
RPEETN28SCHOOLS '#ILL COMPETE ..K' TO TINI:FACEEASENRS VTORROW NIGHT AT NODi
F8urt "1u~ $Iet Prtws All Butt A L P AY RK1[ii,\ qidli f H liif~~lng tourn ~nt hich will be heldER.!Ns iAIs Mrn
1ous JIasti ear" GIVEN RESPITE Alhn~ efa eli~ n1 the freshman maC tournament, nn LI NEUP PLACESAdI
< To Run omrrow April and 4. First year winners ~

EET WILOCATS
IHWESTERN POOL
bers Of Tarsity Tank Teamt
)e Freshnmi To Compete
Ini Detroit Tonight

OAK ARK NOT ENTERED ('omipej)Aou Fo tr (aheisi} tioii
Inaugurating a track week "end that neicininuii, Mc('oy %:.
will he climaxed on Saturday eve- --
ning -with the 14arvard-Varsity meet, Ccncliiditig the practice as far as
'7 atltsrpeetn 27 ig th prsn wekicocreteschools will compete in the fouirth two score or more candidates for the:"::":..'
annulal Michigan interschoiastg 1928 Michiganr baseball team engag-.**
track meet tonight at the field house.edatritnsvdilyeerayt
Although the !number of schools}. ;
entered- is three less than last year' , s ildhue h paeswl
record list of '30, the number of .n-be given a rest over the weak end, t .s
dividual performers excells the for- returning again to the daily routine
mner mark by almost 100, the former onurther assrne htthsya
record being 284. KnrtMondasrneht hsya'
That a new champion will be f Wolverine team will boast ,an infield
crowned is a certainty, inasmuch as that will be comp~arale to any in
Oak Park high of Chicago, winnelr of the Big Ten was given when Coach
the last meet, is one of the two "teams R fay Fisher's quartet. of base guard-j
that scored points last year not en- j ians displayed uncaniny ability in a
tered. Thle other squad, North Torre- 115 minute session of fielding.
wandla of New York, made a total of- There were no(1id1le moments in-------
seven points last season to finish- in that brief drill. Oosteu'baan was sta-
a tie' jor ~~~~fifth place with C mntral hightioe it0E.1bs, lie.a th
of Columbtls, Ohio.( mriddle stat ionr, Co - it, "t sho(rt,
Among last year's indliijdU~a win- and Weint taula al, Iii l ase diurn
ners. who will =not compete are Tolan fthe infield 1)piatc. :Cc. '(ry as be
of CassT; tech, winner of the~ dash; !hhid tthe lll t. l' Th(la ~zyer fielded'-*~"*~"- ..
leauvai o 'Western, crealtor of a almost fauit lessly and~ each 01 ~ .
new record for the 65 yard high hui"r showed powerknrl st ('irgtl1 ancl acen- f"
d~s ei fNrhatro .racy inl throwing thle Spihere arolundl I ."'*.:.:":;:,
ntew 440 marls; Toth of North Tona- ('011 '1 om-' lit iIon Io Iite cat chier's .,..
kW:nmla, of the mark ini the mile MiD, a1)0511ion has 11(1W becui i'reduced to "
and~ Cress of Oak Par](, of the half Iliree men, namely K{ellier, McCo,' Edcrua-rd l orentauls
mile record. - 'nd Reichman. althoulght there arie Who defeated Jake,-Schaefer 'Wed-
Captain arSlde of Detroit Nor'th- a number of other receivers work- ieda iitfrtewrd-1. ak
wetrlwl edfrsrng sudig out each lay. line title by a score of 1540-1190.
which will 'attempt to regain the title I Of the three above named back-i
heldl In 1925 and 1926. Erskiule, who stops, Kelliher and Rleichman seem', EIGHT QUJNTlETS REMAIN
will run both the hurdle race, will to0 hold l a dvantag.e over McCoy. All IN BASKETBALL TOURNEY
~e upprtd b Tomp~nin heare exp~ected to be taken on thie
mile; Dennis, winner of last. yeatr's Isouthern tr11ipiext monthi, howeveir. yAscaePrs.
high Jump; Northrop, a younger bro- K IyAscae rs.
flher of last year's Wolverine track KA NSAS CITY, March 15 - rThe
captain, in the pole vault, and flur- Promotuer Hiurries i Southwest, home of basketball, today1
gels in the dash and quarter.. was represented by seven of the
!Northeastern will also send a Tlo R ng Champ ion eight quintets remaining in the Na-
c 'tnn tn 'xwhich ill~ inrcde Beat-_; tional A. A. U. tournament here. I

' DO T11 the X1-camipus meet wvil he awared
DON COPER O COM ETE n he.basis of practice matches,
Following yesterday's trials in thle: Coach Peter' Bochen's yearling mat-j
pole vault andl the shot put, C'oach men will greatly adld to the Varsity
Steve Farrell (definitely announcedI squaQ of wrestlers neat year with po-!
the 20 'Wolverine trackmen who will tential candidates in all the classes,
face the H-a rvard team'-, when it in- but the light heavyweight and heavy-
vales_ the field house for the first: weight groups. The strongest weight,
indoor dual. meet of the .:easonl, Io-'the 135 pound class, has several ex-
morrow igiplt. ception ally good wrestlers.
The Michigan team's streng th xwas
greatly inc'ased with the (lefinite ILLINOIS ANNUAL GAMES
report that D~on Cooper, vet eran hut-
diler, will.., he in shape - to comlpel.' WILL BE RUN TOMORROW
against the easterners.
Although it will not lie certainI (By Associated Press)
whet her or not Monroe will be abile ' EAS'T L ANSING, March 15-E4'ight,
to run the mile until this afiernoon, members of the Michigan State track
there is a, possibility t hat he too;, will team will leave here tonight for P'r-
be available, Ebain., to compete in the annual Ilhi-
Capt. Thick 11 ester anid(Chiapilialt, nois *,rel ay carniva~l !Satiurday. The
star sophomore, havye been ii xaiid10o(squadl will take a. short workzout oil
compete in thle 60 yard dash. (Coali t he 1llinois track Itomorrow aU en-
Farrell liz- s Jwcidedt to tise Cooper in G110011. State 's eintries are Tleiison.
both the high and thle low hl ']es. ILang and KrollI in the 75 yard andj
(Continuled on Page seveni.) 12001 yarid dashes; MeAtfee in thepoleI
vault, and ('apt. YN'ylie, Wi~uuart.
Phelai6 L as Plans Br iiiold Iteossien in thefor il
Fo e uldn f Nearly 1100 athletes, orgtin
Purdue's Backfi eld 18,0 universities, colleges and high
LAFAYET, . , l- annual indoor relay games of' the
11f _rh 5 - .'itst IUIniversity of Illinois tomorrow. T(
steps) in the rebilding oh' lt h ba(eall -arounid championship, whuichu has5 I
field comnuat ion that will lie minius iat Iracted 11 performers, will lie held
the services of four vet erans n uext it the afternoon Awit h some finals in
f'all, and in thie develop~ment of' ne- t lhe college and high school relays.
serv fowardwal maieril tht wll Trials in the open (lashes and hilri-
Srdl eg also will be d1ecid ed inl thle
h e capable of relieving v(-teran.; i7 in ,rt Onliilo.
case of necessity, featurie thme 1)ro- Among the interesting events will
gram that Coach .Jimmiy Phelan iof be Itle 75 yard dash. Elder of NotreI
Purdue -is- atteniptinug 1o1 (evelop) dun"'i - m ie.whi 1 ndn 1 r-s Irl'cn_

4

Search For Regular [Pitchers D~raws IPURPLE ARE UNDEFEATED
Sp eciatl Interest Of -.Ia jor
Leaguie itaunaers Six members of the Varsity swim-
- ming team and two freshmen will
ATIANTA, March 1.Mngr in to he held in Detroit under the aus-
pices of the Dolphins in the Women's
major league training camps who City club pool. Immediately after, this
treweeks ago were talking in terms meet Coach Mann will depart 'with
of recruits are returning now to tem- the Varsity natators for Evanston
porarily neglected veterans as time wher'e the Wolverines will ?oppose
nears to shape the lineups for the Northwestern tomorrow night in, the
"grand opening." crucial aquatic contest of the prese'nt
The regulars are beginning to take Big Ten season.
their customary places with more and Coach Mann has named 12 swim-
more newcomers daily being assigned JIM'eS to make the trip to Evanston.
to seats on the bench as exhib~it ion Capt. Darnall, Hlubbell, Spindle, Wag-
contests hold sway. Most of the clubs ner, 'Walker, and Thompson are the
were engaged in such contests today. Wolverines who will participate in
Within two weeks the northward the meet in Detroit. The remainder
trek will begin and the number of thel of the squad, Seager, Watson, Wal-
~,quads have already started concen- j 'itis, Ault, Batter, and Rosenberg, will
Crating especially on work for regular 'leave from Ann Ar~bor. %
pitchers. Grover Alexander yester- The Wolverine natators a're entered
dlay retired nine men in ordler in three in three Michigan AA4.U. events at the
innings for the St. Louis Cardinals (Couitinua( oii Page Seven)

ing -thle spring footbhall prac't ice ses-
Sion. which :got, underw y Ithis week.
In addition to 'Cotton' Wilcox, who
VIs one o;°I lie gren test, halfbacks ,
ever (leveloped at Purueili, Phl]an 1
loses three other veteran backs via;
the gradluat ion r'oute in 'IDutch' Koo'-1
anski, fullback; ' Tony' LeichlIe, half-I.
hack, and Bob' 'Wilson, quart rback.
Although 'Pest' Welch and Gleui'
Harmeson will lie an ong those pres-
eut when halfback activities start in
the fall, Coach Phelan is confronted
with the necessity of findiung capable'
running mates and reserve strength
that will be able to step in the breach'
in case of an injury of the type that.
kept Wilcox fi'om play practically all
last season.

cordl for 60 yardls, Gr'ady of KansaV.,
who accomplished the same for 50
yards, and Sinmpson of Ohio State
who established a new Western Con-
ference record for 60 yards at the
Big Ten championships in Iowa City
last Saturday are expected to be
among the finalists.

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