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SQUAD OF 20,
ITHACAN TEAM HOLD
INDOOR TRACK TL
To Allow Four Men In Every Eve
Except The 440; Cooper in
Both Hurdle Races
TARBILL MAY NOT - RU
Though Coach Steve Farrell wou.
make no definite announcement r
garding his selections, it is expecte
that 20 men will comprise the Wolve
iae track squad that will leave ti
morrow for ithaca, New York, to con
pete with Cornell, Eastern intercolle
late indoor champions, Saturday nigh
Only one change loomed possible i
the tentative list of 20 men who wi
make the trip: that in the ca'sec
Tarbill, low hurdler. Tarbil pulled
tendon a week ago today, and Coac
Farrell has deemed it inadvisable t
enter him in the impending meet wit
the Ithacans, fearing further injur
that woud prevent him from participa
tion in future meets this year.
Can Enter Pour in Eevent
Both teams are allowed to ent e
four men in each event, except in th
quarter-mile where two will be en
ered. Coach Farrell is expected t
enter the maximum number of avail
able competitors in each event.
Capt. Hester, Grodsky, and Stu
are sure to be entered in the 60 yar
dash. Chapman, star sophomor
sprinter, has not recovered fully fro
a tendon injury sustained a week ag
and will not be able to run agains
the Cornell team.
Cooper Sure To Compete
Don Cooper, who equalled the fiel
house record set by DeHart Hubbard
will be Michigan4's best bet in the 6
yard low hurdles. He will also com
pete in the high hurdles, it was an
nounced by Coach Farrell. Kinney i
the other man entered in the low an
Munger, Jones, Freese, and Seymoa
are assured, to compose the Michiga
quarter cof runners in the mile relay
Munger and Jones w11l probably b(
selected to represent the Wolverine
in the quarter-mile event.
Moiiroe To Run Mile
Monroe, who won the half mile ina
sensational race against Harvard las
Saturday, will probably be named to
run the mile against the Red team
He'sson will probably be the othei
Wolverine entry. Lamont and Gru
now, sophomore, are expected to run
in the mile. Wuerful is Michigan's
lone entry in the two mile run.
Three men are expected to be ent-
ered in th pole vault, namely, Prout
Erickson, and Eardly. Waldo will be
Michigan's mainstay in the high
jump. Felker, a sophomore, will be
the Wolveries' second entry in this
The Maize and Blue team will be
represented by a sipgle man in the
shot- t, the last field event, Poor-
man who has been putting the shot-
put between 35 and 40 feet in the prac-
tices this week.
CINCINNATI - Walter Pipp has
signed his'contract with the Cincin-
S FROSH NATATORSfBIG TEN SWIMM
PROVESTRENGTH FOR CHAMPIO]
[Though comparatively weak in the
free style events, Coach Mann's By Edwar
yearling natators have hung up a For the first time since 1925 the
creditable record. Probably the 1931 Conference swimming championships
nt squad sufgers in con'parison to last will be held in a 60-foot pool, the
year's freshman aggregation whosem
roster contained such capable er- eet being held in the Minneapolis
formers as Walker, Hosiner, Ault, Athletic club natatorium. This will
[N Rief, Frantz, Goldsmith and Walaitis be an advantage to most of the Big
in the free style. Ten schools, which possess short
Id In the breast stroke the freshmen pools, although it is not expected to
e- are probably the best fortified, handicap the Michigan and Illinois
d Bebee, Mertz, Gould, Eisman and team-s, both of which are accustomed
r- Katz all- having turned in creditable to the 75-foot length.
o- time. Undoubtedly the star of this On the basis of dual meets, Michi-
n- year's squad is Clarence Boldt, na- gan, Northwestern, and Minnesota are
g- tional interscholastic champion from the outstanding aspirants for Big
t. Detroit Northwestern, in the 150- Ten honors, all of these teams being
n yard back stroke. Boidt has been well fortified with individual per-
ill timed consistently under 1:50 and formers. Illinois, in spite of its per-
of appears ready for Big Ten competi- :fect record in dual meets, is not
a tion. Diving candidates are rated as likely to place better than fourth.
h "fair" with Newnau and Nim. as The Illini lack swimmers of high
o the most outstanding of the candi- calibre with the exception of Groh
h dates. and Holbrook. Iowa, Chicago, and
y Auer and Russell appear to be the Purdue lack the necessary strength
~ pick of the free style dashmen with that would warrant placing any of them
Scoville and Shikes also showing higher than fifth position, although
apromise. In the 440 the yearlings do r the Iawkeyes may outscore the
r not boast of any outstandingscpr-eIhin. Wisconsin and Indiana will
t formers, Goldsmith and Witter being not participate in the meet.
othe bst of a mediocre field. 40 and 100-Yard Free Style
- The local aquatic season will prob- Upsets are more likely to occur in
ably be culminated by the 'Varsity the 40-yard sprint on account of the
h nu t with Yale, April 2, and punier- short length of the race. Darnall,
d als will probably be awarled before Walker, and Walaitis, Michigan's
e spring vacation. fast trio, should be good for more
n -than one place. All have broken 25
o FRATERNJTY TRACK TEET seconds. Schwartz, Northwestern
t HOUGHIace, and Max Mooy, Minnesota vet-
T. K. . AIeran, are possible winners, although
KIIMER WAS OUTSTANDING the besteither could do against
d Michigan was third place. Schwartz
' Taking only one first pace, Tau also lost to Winston of Indiana, who
0 is not entered, Sam Hill, Gopher
- Kappa Epsilon wbn the iterfrater Icaptain, Webster of Illinois, and Rit-
- nity track meet held last Monday in tenhouse' of Chicago have an outside
s Yost field house. To this coe first, chance to place.
d the winners added one second, three In the century free style Darnall
thirds, ' one undispute fourth and and Schwartz are the favorites.I
r shared in a .triple tie for another Schwartz beat Darnall in a dual1
a fourth to secure 14 1-3 points. meet, but , the latter has turned in
Theta Chi finished a close second the best time in the event this sea-
with 13 points, only 1 1-3 less than so, being clocked in :53.5 seconds.t
Tau Kappa Epsilon compiled. Sigma Walker, Wolverine sophomore, and1
Alpha Mu was third with 11 points, Moody are also srong threats in thisI
a and Phi Sigma Kappa and Phi Sigma race. Rittenhouse of Chicago is a
t Delta shared fourth place each with fast free styler, while Webster of
10 points. Illinois has not been beaten at 100f
Entries in . the all-campus track yards this season, although he has(
r meet must be in the Intramural office not had the stiffest of competition.I
- not later than 5 o'clock Friday. Any Seager may annex some points for
freshman who desires to compete in Michigan, and McDonald of North-c
this meet must have been entered in western should extend the leaders.
the All-Freshman track meet held a 16-Yard Relay
- short time ago. Michigan and Minnesota should
,An All-Freshman swimming meet battle for first place in the relay,
will be held on Tuesday night, March with Northwestern also a possible
27, in the Union pool. Entries in the winner. The Gopher quartet won
50-yard free style, 100-yard free from both the Wolverine and Purple
style, 220-yard free style, 50-yard teams in dual ieets, but the former
back strove, 50-yard breast stroke, covered the distance in 1:15 against
and fancy diving are now being re- Northwestern for the best time of
ceived in Waterman Gymnasium. The the season. The Wildcats will be up
mrreet will start at 7:30 o'clock.
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d L. Warner
in the race with Schwartz swimming
anchor man. The last lap will see
some fast swimming, with Darnall,
Schwartz, and Moody striving for
200-Yard Breast Stroke
More good breast strokers are
competing in the Conference this
year than ever before. Five mean
have broken 2:45 in dual meets,
which time is considered very fast
for the distance. Wagner and
Thompson, Michigan's star duo, Len-
nox of Northwestern, and Holbrook
of Illinois are the leading contend-
ers for first place; Holbrook has not
lost a 'race this season. Capt. Car-
ter, although losing twice, has turned
in sonte good times and can be
counted as a likely point winner.
220 and 441-Yard Free Style
Garnet Ault, national record hold-
er in the 440-yard swim, is an over-
whelming favorite in these events.
However, if Darnall and Schwartz
compete in the 220-yard race, a much
closer finish can be expected with.
the winner in doubt. Watson of
Michigan is a likely point winner,
although he will face stiff competi-
tion in Collopy of Northwestern,
Lucke of Minnesota, Kieding of Illi-
nois, and Davenport, Purdue's sole
150-Yard Back Stroke
This should result in a three-cor-
nered race between Spindle and
Hubbell of Michigan and Hinch of
Northwestern. Hinch is given the
edge on account of his sensation time
of 1:41 against Michigan. The com-
petition for fourth place should also
develop into a battle between Shat-
tuck of Illinois, King of Iowa, and
Stephenson of Chicago, all of whom
have bettered 1:53. If Hill of Min-
nesota is entered in this event he Is
likely to place.
Wallie Colbath of Northwestern and
Capt. Heinie Groh will resume their
feud in the fancy diving. Groh was
the victor last year. Both, have been
undefeated in dual meets. Walaitis,
Wolverine sophomore, should be
am-ong the leaders. Capt. Fellinger
of Chicago, Skobba of Minnesota,
Rosenberg of Michigan, Piner of Illi-
nois, and Miller of Northwestern are
other possibilities for places.
"Your new intramural building is
the greatest thing of its kind in: the
promotion of athletics for everybody
that I have ever seen," declared
Arthur French, captain-elect of the
Harvard football team, who was here
last Saturday to participate in the
Harvard-Michigan track meet.
More intramural athletic's is a major
aim at Harvard, according to the foot-
ball man. "We have class teams in
football and baseball, and the winning
team plays the winning team of
Yale," he w'ent on.
French believes that Eastern col-
leges are learning a great deal both in
football and as a whole from the pro-!
gressive spirit of the Western col-
"I believe the close rings which ex-
ist in Eastern athletics are breaking
up and that there will be much more
intersectional competition int the'
future," he stated.
The Harvard captain believes that
the greatest thing a man gets out of
athletics is the opportunity to gain
friendships and new ideas, and he is
strong for the growing rivalry be-
tween the East and the West.
game will be a great thing for the
game," he declared.
ELECT FISHER CAPTAIN
OF 1929 HOCKEY TEAM
James M. Fisher, '30D, was elected
last night to the captaincy of the '29
hockey team at a banquet given for
the members of this year's aggrega-
tion. Fisher, star center this year,
played a consistant checking game
throughout the season and proved to
be a good competitor in that he was
at his best when the going was hard-
est. Fisher did not play last year
but saw service the year before.
Prospects for next year are bright
with eight of the twelve letter win-
ners available for intercollegiate
competition next year. ,The hardeat
task will be to fill the place of Steve
Jones, goalie, who was often cited as
one of the outsanding defense men. in
collegiate hockey competition.
Sidney W. Steensma, '29P, was
chosen as manager for next year's
Several Michigan Men Plan To Enter
National A.A.F. Tournament
Aind Olympic Trials
THREE TITLES AT STAKE
Six members of the Michigan wrestl-
ing team and Coach Clifford Keen will
entrain at 3:26 o'clock this afternoon
for Bloomington, where the Wolver-
ine matmen will engage in their final
Big Ten competition of the present
season in the Conference individual,
championship tourney, which will be
held tomorrow night and Saturday.
Although the meet will mark the
close of the Big Ten seasoni for the t
Wolverines, a number of the men plan .
to enter the Michigan A.A.U. chan-l
pionships, the National A.A. champion-
ships, and the Olympic trials, which
will be held in Grand Rapids.
Three To Defend Titlest
Three of the Michigan entries will
be defending title's that they won last
year, when the Wolverines amassed
the greatest number of individual'
champ'ionships ever gained by a Bigt
Ten team in a single meet. -
Captain Watson, Sauer, and Don-
ahoe, holders of the 135, 145, and 158 E
pound titles repectively, are the men f
who participated last year. Warren,'
175 pounder, Hewitt, 115, and Elliott,
125 are the new men. The last two
named are sophomores.
In spite of the fact that there will
boo plenty of hard competition in bothl
the welterweight and the middle-
weight divisions, Sauer, and Donahoe
are considered favorites to retain their
titles, but Captain Watson will have
the difficult task of defeating Allio
Morrison, national title holder, if he
is to bring the 135 pound crown hack
with him for the second time.
Donahoe, who i-s a three year vet-
eran in Conference mat circles, has al-
ready held the 158 pound crown for
two seasons and is given an edge over
his rivals by reason of his experience
and fine past record. Captain Beers
of Iowa, former 145 pound champion
and Hooker of Purdue are considered
his most formidable rivals.
Morris on I Favorite In 135
It is almost a certainity that Mor-
rison, Illinois sophomor1star, will lift
the 135 pound title held by Captain'
Watson, although the .Wolverine is
given a wide edge ove'r all of the oth-
er men in this division and should go
to the finals unless he is placed in
the same bracket with the Indian
Russell Sauer, Michigan's third vet-
eran performer, will also face a select
field in his fight to retain the 145
pound honors. Capt. Swain, 158
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