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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ITYTEM TRAIN FOR WEEK-END

PTESP1 NY, MARCH 20, 1928
A CriV~II ,,ES

HARVARD MEET IS NOW HISTORY; M,.1IA ILME
CORNELL NEXT FOR WOLVERINES mryTA
By Herbert Tedder 1 ILL IU~I~ll
'Wietemi atm fMclrthrpeaueydpdt;ae w an track followers has been trying places, one of them a first, and also Crajck Idllica (ltfil IM11l Be Second
o figure whly the Wolverines should to win the relay, had a costly lapse For For I?;s, i"C4'achied
have beaten Harvard's track team, against the Crimson, showing thae V-orsify SSquad

BIG TEN WRESTLERS COMPETE
FOR CHAMPIONSHIP THIS WEEK

field house, the Wolverines were of° the dual meet season, Coach Steve
regarded ais a favorite, bat such Farrell's Wolverine trackmen will
was far fronti the case. SomeIC opposeo Cornell universit~y, their tra-
cases of good jiudgnment oi l tuns, (itional. rival and newly crowned
and stick handling p~roved to be of (Ithe East, in the most
"not so good." Thze quarter mtile lino' n rc naen: o h
wias qiediapinigtowen jvear Saturday night at Ithica.
Munger did1 not habve enough left Corunell, boasting the strongest
to finish second. 'team in recent years, is particularly
PatPrond howd hmsef t ~anxious to break the Wolverines'
Pat roun shwed imslf t bestring of five consecutive victories
a fine. vaulter with his 12 feet 9 extending from 1923. The Maize andl
inches at Iowa., but lie has not yret' Blue trackmen, on the other hand.
shown himself to be a great consist-teaxost tn o hi w
ent performer-that's the next thing! point (lefeat at the hands of Harvard
A gudrupe te at12 fet hen i;the Ithicans' 'foremost rival in East-
failed six inches higher was disap- cern track circles, S'aturday night.
pointing. Eardley's bow of 12 feet Coach Moakley's charges opened
was quite OK. the indoor season against Harvard
and Dartmouth in a triangular meet,
Donu Coopzer, kept out of the in which they lost to the Crimson
Big Tein meet-byar aninjury, look- temb th narw agiof4
ed as well as lie ever has-or 1teob te9 arowmagi3o.4
better-in clipping it tenth second Recently the Cornell team scored
Off his owin-low hurdle mtark for evng, however, by winning the
rthe field house. TFarhili, also IDi Eastern intercollegiate crown, which
his inalden effort of 1928, rau iHa~rvard had held for two seasons,t
well in spitk of a slight Injur'y to the Crimson finishing fourth.

Some of the best wr'estlers ever
developed in the. Big Ten] will coml-
pete for the seven Conference indi-
Vidual titles Friday and Saturday at
Bloomington. This meet will markl
the close or the Big Ten season al-
though scoe Conference stars will
enter the National A. A. U. irnet and
the Olympic trials.
Pon 1927 champions, Donahoe of
IMichigan, 158; Saue-i of Michigan,
145; Watson of Michigan, 1135; and
Krogh of Chicago, 175 are expected
to defend the titles that they annexed
last season.
In addition to Don ahoe. Michigan's
former captain who has held the 153
pound crown for two successive sea-
sons, the middleweight class will in-
clude two former Big Ten~ champions.1
1 Captain Swain of Indiana. held the
title in 1924 and 1925, while Captain
,Beers of Iowa is the former 145
~pound champion Donahoe defeated in
dual meet competition, and also holds
a victory over the Iowan in last
year's indcividual clhanmpionships.
Due to the fact that Ralph Lup-
ton, Northwestern's \, national title
holder will wrestle at 125 pounds,
the battle for the 115 pound honors,
is expected-to narrow itself down to
Sepora of Illinois, H-ewitt of Miehi-
gan, and Schoolfield of Indiana, run-
Iner-up in the 125 pound division last
( year.
Russell Saner, undlefeated in two

years of Big Ten competition is faf-
ored to retain his 145 pound chamn-
p~ionship, although this class will at-
tract a number of capable perform-
ers including Captain Huimell of
Ohio, Bodey of Northwestern; and
Flood of Illinois, who recently de-
feated Campbell.
Krogh of Chicago looms as the
class of the 175 pounders, with Ack-
ley of Ohio, Kapplin of Minnesota,
and Warren of Michigan as his fore-
most opponents. Warren, who boasts
an unmarred record for the season
is considered the dark horse of the
division, in spite of the, fact that he
is really only a. 158 pounder.
Illinois' star 135 pounder Allie
Morrison, holder of the .national title
for the past two years, should an-
nex the crown held by Captain' Wat-
son. of Michigan. Either T'homras or
lWatson will enter the meet and
either of these two men should be
able to hold their own with, the other
Big Ten 135 pounders.

LA, GVD PICTHERS,
(Special, to The Daily)
BLOOMINGT(IN, Inc., 'March 18-
Indiana univer sity's baseball team
will be southwzird bound in less than
three weeks for its annual early
spring tr ainin~g. program. Coach
Everett Dean hzis only one big prob-'
1cmn facing ini, in preparing his dia-
mond men foi* the Big Ten chase.
He is ;short ot, good pitching mater-
ial.
In the few days the squad has
practiced outdioors the shortage of
pitchers have been evidenced in no
small portion.!j Dean has a veteran
infield and olatfield with only one
missing from last year's team. In the
twirler's box lie has Paugh, an Ind-
iaiiapolis produict whio turned in. some
Big Ten triunaihs last spring. Ott
sidie of this , .itcher, the moundsmexi
appear to be of only -mediocre abili-
ty.
KANSAS C11TY-Thirty teamhava
entered the N~ational A. A. U. 'bas4
ketball touirney here.

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