SUfND >> ad~MAR H 1, 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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)file Quartet To C'ompete In Annll,
Texas -,Anil Rice Relays Oil
Manrchl:33 And 24
FIVE MEN TO MAKE TI
(Special to 'The 'Daily.)
JUNE 25 IS. SET AS OPENING DATE
FOR WOLVERINE COACHING SCHOOL!
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IOWA CITIY, Match 17-Races
two relay carnivals in 'Texas will
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run next week by the University -of
Iowa mile relay team, Coach G. T.
Bresnahan .announced yesterday.
The Hawkeye quartet will appear
at the Texas relays March 23 at Aus-
tin, then will run at the Rice insti-I
tute games the following day atj
- Five athletes, one of -whom will
rank as an alternate, will be taken
into the southwest. Quarter milers
who are. prominent candidates in-I
elude G. Ff. Baird, holder of the Big;
F« Text -indoor record; Captain Frank
Cuhel, C. L. Wilmoth, R. I. Stamats,'
* ,memnber of the conference champion-
ship team, W. C. McDowell, and V.1
*, .W. Stevenson.
Hawkeyes Sipash Record
When an Iowa team' last appeared
in Texas, the quartet, with the great
Cuhel at the anchor position, smash-
ed the Texas relays record witha
-, mark of 3:23 5-10, Georgetown's
team forcing the- Iowans to the re-
Scord performance. At the iRice games
Sthe following day, Iowa was nipped
a by the Washington, D. C. runners.
r Coach Bresnahan andl his five run-
z. ners'will leave Tuesday, only twio
r. days after the Ilinois relays. It will
. be the initial outdoor com'petition of
o 0 the year for the Iowans who made1
,j the fastest indoor time "ever record-
Coach Bert Ingwersen has been
comp~elled to hold his spring grid
drills insidle the armory, due to the
leggy condition of the practice field.l
New formations and signal compirise7
the greater portion of theI'Hawkeye's1
Rags' Wilcox~, regular center
tor the past two years will cap- 1
tain the Iowa basketball team
next season. Otterness, a for-
ward will lead the Gophers in
132-29, while Ernie Dorn: has
beent named as the new Illinois
Iowa's baseball team has been able
to hold several outdloor practice ses-
sions in spite of unfavorable weath-
The Illinois gymnasts have just
completed their most successful
season since 1912, when they won
their last Big Ten title. The 12
men who participated in the Con-
ference meet returnedl with 13
Wiscontsint's freshman swimming
team revealed unexpected strength in
a recent practice, meet with the Var-
sity, when they defated Lhe regulars
b~y a score of 41-26 to avenge a form-
j Coach Dad Vail's Badger crew-
men have been holding daily
workouts on the indoor rowing
machines in the gymnasium an-
nex," pending the time when
weather conditions 'will permit
them to work outside.
Follo wing the announcements that
the Conference freshman telegraphic
track meet had been called off. Badger
coaches scheduled a meet with the
Coach Charles h-oyt.
courses in the majo
naii'ely: planning ol
ment of schedules,
Tale, purchasing eqi
Aside from the ci
problems there will
in special pr'olem,
in 5PtesVwil be hl il ntrc her(patet
withpothewigenealin training:lDr. lDaniel C. Reynolds
ng the coach, Will conduct the dellartnll"nt in prt-
f plays, arrange- tical hygiene; Profelessor \Vieiman and
maintaining mo- Coach Veeilker wxill1 tutor in 1the'
uiipment, and the third and final branchlt that in rules
and officiat ing.
ourse in g'eneral Announcemenlts have alteady been
also be a course; distributed throughout, all sect ions of
s. This subiect the coiutr'y and it is reportedl that.
k flly carried ilt order to allow eve0-
(lit to be gained. Coaches II oyt anid
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ed by a~ Big Ten team, 3:24 2-10, at i strong Illinois freshman team Tor
the conference championships. I March 21 and 22.
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