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March 16, 1928 - Image 7

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F[URTflID NUIIi ' TO FACE EASTERNERS Wj I ME

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Lr IetroitIre P b c ~£if Iam -
-tranck In the (ul, i ll a good(
half miler from l V\-' ; .;anIFkeen
r .1I L~dJllQOr ( I io., aadPark InI
the mile anrd siotlput!tteclI el;=.
The preliminaries will st art aut: 7.
tonight while th finals ini all but
i three events will be lhield tomrowi
afternoon. These three events, th
50 yard dash, the 65 yardn low huy.
(les, and the half mile relaiy will be.
run off as part of the 'Aichrigan-I-Tar
v ard deal meet tomorrow night.
A complete list of the schools eni-
Stered follows: Waite, Scoft, and Lib-
by highs from Toledo; Lakewood hg
Central and East highs of Coluumlbua;,
all from Ohio; Froebel o1 Gary, Koko-I
mo, Elkhd'rt, all of Indiana; Ited-
ford, Roosevelt high of Wyandotte,.
P'5ort. Huron, Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti,
River Rouge, Kalamazoo Central,
Flint Northern, and all the D~etroit
highs.
PRINCETON, N. J.--Graham Jones
captain of the Princeton hoc'key
team for next season.-^
ANNAPOLIS, Md.-Spring football
practice for the Navy eleven will

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K xinney will also compete in the A E R I O IH
highs, while Tarbill will be the other
cnt ry in the lows.;
The mile relay 'team composed of (continued from Page Six) t
Munger, .Tones, Seymour and Freese, Women's city club pool, and two teams
will meet thec invading qluartet. Munl- have been selected by Coach Mann to
,ger and Jones have also been select- swim in the 3O0 yard medley relay.
ed to perform in the quarter mile. Hubbell and Spindle, veteran com-'
ILoinont will bear Michigan's mrain 1leetitors, and Boldt, freshman star, are
hopes in the half mile. Crunow, a the Michigan entries in the 150 yard
'newvcomer, has been nominatedl as lback stroke. Neither Hubbell nor
the second entry. Spindle have been defeated in Big
jPending a definite announcement as Ten comp~etition. Boldt has done wellC1
to the condition of Monroe, Coach in practice, and should exte-d the Var-
Farrell's best miler, Jesson and sity swimmers. Durr of the Detroit
,Goez hae ben slectd t perormYacht club will also swim in this race.I
Goez hvebee sleced o erfrm In th6 220 yard breast stroke
While the veteran Pat Prout, was Thompson, sophomore star, will comn-
a certainty in the pole vault, Earde- pete, as will B~ebet of the freshman
ly succeeded in earning the right toesm.ThastsokeisranteCon fte
comet only yesterday by defeating ence, having estab~lished a new Union
his rival, Erickson. pool record recently in a dual meet.I
CMichigan will b)e represented by Debee has shown himself to be one of
only one man in the two mile, as the best yearling breast stroke pro)s-
T ed Wuerfel is Coach Farrell's only, pects. The Michigan entries will meet
entry in this event.I strong competition in McClellan aind!
Chuck Waldo will be Michigan's Van of the D.Y.C.j
miainstay in the high jump, while Hall, formrer Yale (iver and now a'
1'elker has been named as the second student in the college of Engineering
ery in this event, here, will compete in the open fancy
Poorman, Carlson, and. Arendt par- (iving event.
ticpaedIn the shot put trials, and
the first two won the right to corn- CI1tCAGO.-Clyde Collins will -cap-
pete. tain the Washington university grid
ST. -Ijteam next fall.
S.PETERSBURG.-Rogers Horns---
by has signed a three year contract CHICAGO.-Manager Ray Schalk off
with the Boston National league hall the 'White Soxs plans to make a come

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