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Best Times I Every Event Except
Back Stroke Have Been Made
By Coach Ma nn Squad
Now tied with Illinois for the
"unofficial" Conference dual meet
championship, Coach Matt (Mann's
Michigan tank .squad, favorites for
the third time in as many seasons,
will enter the preliminaries of the
"Big Ten "official" championships to-
night at Minneapolis with only
Northwestern and Minnesota conced-
ed outside chances to outscore the,
Wolverines. Illinois is not reckoned
to challenge the leaders.
Michigan's advance rating is based
on a general survey of the best per-
formances made in the course of. the
dual meet season just terminated.
linch Best Back Stroker
Of the seven speed events included
on the progran, of the dual encoun-
trs, Michigan representatives have
established the outstanding marks
in six, in both the 300 yard medley
and 200 yard free style relay ,' in the_
40, 100, and 400 yard free style, and
in the 200 yard breast stroke. Hinch,
Northwestern back stroker, is credit-
ed with the other best time, 1:41, al
new national intercollegiate record'
for tth regulation 150 yards.
Excluding only Wag er's time of,
2:40.5 in the breast stroke, the
marks all excel the existing Confer-
ence short pool standards, now three
or more years old. Wagner's time,t
too, is the fastest recorded by a Big
Ten breast stroker since 1922, when
'aricy of Minnesota was clocked in4
2:38.8, a nark hitherto consideredi
Walker Fast In Sprints
In the back stroke, the only speed
event in which the Wolverines have
not registered the fastest time of the
season, Coach Matt Mann's entries.
nclude, however, such stars as
Spindle, defending 'hampion, and
Hubbell, third place winner lastc
With the exception of the :18.6
im'e in the 40 yard event established
by Walker of Michigan, all the otherc
seasonal marks were made in thet
Northwestern-Michigan dual ' meet
ast week. Darnall's :53.5, for 100
yards, made ii the long pool, is notE
here considered, and in its place
Schwartz' :54.1 is included instead.
All battery candidate's wishing
to go out for the freshmen base-
hall squad, report to me as lsoon
as pcs 6ible at lbhe field house.
C o'ich Jack Blott ;


Will Compete For Individual Big Ten Titles


(Speci to he Daily,
ITHACA, March 22.-Tapering off Coach Moakley's best prospects, al-
two weeks of intensive preparation though none of thFm placed in the
with a hard practice session this after- triangular meet, when.French of IFar-
yard ledl the field.
noon, Coach Jack Moakley's Cornell Treman, Byron, and Byer have all
trackmen await the invasion of their shown promise in the 440 but lack ex-
traditicn-al dual meet rival Michigan, perience enough to warrant steady
for the final event of the indoor sea- performances. Saturday Treman cov-
son Saturday night in Drill Hall. ered three quarters of a mile in 3:34.8
The Crimson team will have a two- in a practice run of six laps. These


Indiana Varsity and freshmen

SIQCy Farbman's brilliant follow-up
shot in the waning minutes of play
wrest-gave the Senior Lits a 16-15 win over


fold motive for defeating the Wolver-
ine's in Saturday's encounter. In the'
first place the Moakley-coached team
is anxious to maintain its enviable
record foi the season, and secondly to
Wipe out the reverse suffered at the
hands of the Michigan aggregation
last sonason in Y t fiald hl-

n ost IIYSnel~ 1OUSe.
A much stronger team than the one
which invaded the Wolverine strong-
hold last season will face the Western
invaders Saturday night, while the
Wolverines are reported to be con-
siderably weaker than last season, in
spite of the fact that they held Har-
vard to a 481-2 to 461-2 score last
Crinson Have Good Record
This year's record thus far, is one of
the best ever made by a Cornell team,
in spite of the fact that Harvard an-
nexed the triangular meet which also
included Dartmouth by a five point
margin. Cornell annexed the 1928
Eastern intercollegiate title, which
has been held by Harvard for the past
two years, and scored a dual meet
victory over the highly rated Yale
It is probable that Cornell will be
without the services of Capt. Spelman,
who was injured in the Yale meet,
two weeks ago. The Crimson leader
placed second in the 300 yard rung

men and probably Rhodes will com-
prise the relay team. The mile quar-
tet lost to Harvard's relay team in the
last and deciding event of the triang-
ular meet.
In spite of the loss of Capt. Spel-
man, who placed second in the low
hurdles in the outdoor Intercollegiates
last year, the Crimson hurdlers are
expected to press Cooper, Michigan's
ace. Caruthers is Coach Moakley's
best bet in both events, while Heasley
in the highs and Young in the lows
are the next best.
Strong In Field Events
Anderson, Levy, and Wickham,
Cornell weightmen, are conceded the
edge over the Wolverine entries. The
first twjo are credited with marks
over 46 feet this season, and finished
one-two in the triangular meet.
Cornell has a trio of good pole
vaulters in Pitman, Williams, and
Berry who are all capable of going
over 12 feet 6 inches. Williams es-
tablished a new record for Drill hall,
Saturday when he vaulted 12 feet 7
3-8 inches. Coach Moakley expects
to use Wilkes, Wickham, and Keete
in the high jump.
Benson Is Best Miler
The veteran Benson, who tied with
Hornberger of Michigan last year for
the Yost field house twomile record,

Ctoach Farrell Thkes 22 Athletes To
Cornell For Annual Encounter
With. lig ed llSquad
Determined to make up for the two
point defeat sustained at ilm handsl
of the Harvard team last Saturday,
Michigan's track squad, consisting of
22 athletes, Coach Steve Farrell,.
Manager Poole and Trainer Mac-
Donald,will leave at 3.28 o'clock this
afternoon for Itaca, where it will
meet the formidible Cornell team to-1
morrow night in Drill hall.
Large Squad Taken
The men making the trip are;
Captain Hester, Grodsky, and Stuch,
dashmen; Munger and Jones, quar-
ter milers; Lomont and Gdunow, halt
milers; Monroe and Jesson, milers;
Prout, Erickson, Eardley, pole valut-
ers; Waldo and Folker, high juhpers;
Poorman, shot putter; Wuerfel and
Hunt, two milers; Cooper, Kinney,
and possibly Tarbill, hurdlers; and
Seymour and Freese in the mile re-
Will Stop At Buffalo
In announcing the personnel of the
squad yesterday afternoon, Coach
Farrell stated it was still uncertain
as to whether or not Tarbill, low[
hurdler, would be able to make the
trip, due to his leg injury.

lers will enter the A.A.L. sectional
meet at Cincinnati, April 5 andl 6. The
freshman squad is one of the best ever
produced at Indiana and, according to
Coach Thom, the yearlings will make
strong bids for regular places on the
team next year.
About one hundred and fifty
freshmen turned out for haseball
at P irdue Weduesday. However,
practice will not be held for a -
week or two due to the o: edition
of the playig field, -which is very
miud dy.
Northwestern gridders will top off
a week of strenuous work this week
with their first spring practice game.
This game will be played at Dyche
stadium, and, as the squad has had
hard drill on fundamentals, a good
contest is expected.
Iowa baseball candidates held
their first regular practice 'out-
doors this week. After a few
warming-ue exercises, the aspir-
ants held a six-inning game of
real baseball between fthe regulars
anid the yaunigans in which the
first teain men were victorious,
John Beardsley, star left fielder of
the Iowa ball team, has been signed
up by the St. Louis Cards, and will re-
port to that club as soon as he has
finished school this spring. He is
keeping in condition by helping the
freshman baseball coach, Rollie Wil-

11-- ~x-011 41,~ A A TT r,,

the Junior Lits in the interclass
basketball finals. Weiss, Babcock
and Farlman starred for the win-
ners while Tenenbom and Boden
were the best for the losers. The
play of th Senior Lits proved to be
the feature of the intramural cage
season, and only on two occasions
were they pressed to win.
In the Hillel basketball. league
finals Iowa defeated Minnesota 8-5,
in a slow game. Tenenbom and
Marx for Iowa and Engleman :for
Minnesota played well. Alpha Kap-
pa Lambda advanced to the finals in
interfraternity Class B basketball by
downing Phi Lambda Kappa, 19-6.
Sigma Alpha Mu nosed out Tau Kap-
pa Epsilon to gain the other place.
in the Class B finals.
Eight of the 10 volley ball league
winners have been decided, Sigma
Chi, Tau Epsilon' Phi, Phi Sigma Del-
ta, Kappa Nu, Phi Lambda Kappa,
Phi Chi, Keppa Delta Rho, and Sig-
ma Alpha Mu having won their re-
spective divisions.
The all-Campus Track meet will
be held March 26 at 7:30 in the Yost
field house. A doctor will be present
from 7:30 until 8 o'clock to*examine
entries in the 440, 880, and mile
Preparations are now under way
for the second all-Campus wrestling
tournament of this season, which
will be held on March 30 and 31 in
Yost field house, and which will be
open to all matmen except winners
of Varsity letters.

which some of the best mat teams
ever seen in the Big Ten were develop-
cd, the outstanding wrestlers of all
Confrerice schools will swing into ac-
tion for the last time this year when
they coinpete in the preliminary bouts
of the annual tournament for the iff-
dividual Conference championships
this afternoon at Bloomington.
Althoiigh four of last year's title
holders are entered in the meet, tom-
petition is expected to be exceedingly
keen in all classes. Ralph Lupton,
Northwestern's National Intercolleg-
iate 115-pound champion, will compete
in the 125 pound class, leaving Sapora.
of Illinois, Hewitt of Michigan, and
Schoolfifield of Indiana to fight it out
for the lighter title.
Allie Morrison, Illini National A. A.
U. champion, is favored to annex the
135-pound title from the 1927 winner,
Captain Watson of Michigan. Sauer of
Michigan will also seek to defend his
title, against such able 145-pounders
as Captain Hummel of Ohio and Bod
die of Northwestern.
Donahoe, Michigan's third 1927 Big
Ten champion, will have two former
champions as opponents in the 158,
pound class. Krogh of Chicago is
favored to retain his 175-pound chamJ
pion'ship laurels, while Webster ofd
Illinois holds tle best record of anyi
of the heavyweights.

Lupton Will Desert 1-Pound Clmass
Leaving Field To Schoolfield
. Hewitt, And Sapora
As a fitting finale to a 'season in


against the Big Blue team and was jis ranked as the best of the milers on
also considered a likely point winner the Cornell squad, although Eldridge
in the hurdles. and McKaig have proved themselves
Due to the loss of Spelman the dependable performers. These men
Cornell sprinters are noticeably weak. finished one-two-three in the mile
Aurbach, Rhodes, and Gussow are against Yale.'

Nine more freshmen battery can-
didates have been added to the base-
ball squad during the past, two days,
accoring to Jack Blott who is
coaching the yearlings. These addi-
tional men have swelled the total
who have reported 'to 29.
Tie squad now includes 17 pitch-
ers and 12 catchers. The hurlers
who seek numerals are Presbrey,
Compton, ;Holland, Vereen, Hagen,

Bobrean, Burton, Turner, Glick, H.
Gilmartin, Royston, Jamison, Swan-
son, Oppenheim, Cronwell, Delegsky,
and Scofield.
Any additional freshmen who pro-
Less ability as moundsmen or re-
ceiver, will be welcome on the fresh-
man squad. Only the batterymen are
to report now, but as soon as weath-
er conditions will permit practice
outside, a call will be issued for all
candidates for the diamond squad.

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Of London, England
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The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass.
Sunday Evening, March 25, 1928
At 8:00 O'clock
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