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UNDAY, MARCH 25, 1928 THIHGNDAL AENN

PACE NINE

MJOR swim TEM
TO MEET THIS WEK
~Encouesihrs lmiiolvi'mg Pl;pe, Vrdi-
hatl, IMi and I 11041 erinle to Poit
(ht ,Ntloiud (Chamtipiosj
MANY MARKS MAY FALL
Michigan and Northwestern, out-1
standing swimming 'teas of the
Western Conference, wili eet Ydale
and Stanford respectively within the
nekt week, thus establishing a
basis of comparison lbetween Big Ten
and ni o n-Conference aggregations
further than the National Intercol-
legiates- which will be held Friday
and Saturday, in Carnegie pool, Phila-
delph ia.
Both the Wolverine and the Wild-
cat. swimmers, together with the
Gophers, the other = outstanding out-
fit in th' Conference, will send teams
to Philadelphia to comete for the
national intercollegiate title.
Coach Blat Mann's team capturd
he crown last season at Iowa Cty,
after winning the Conference title by
a wide margin, setting a high record
for the meet with 49 points. The
Gopher team finished seond to the
Wolverines, well ahead of the rest
of the field with a p)oint total of a
little more than half the Maize and
Blue score.
The scheduling of the Yale meet
for April 2 marks the realization of
several years, of constant effort on
the part of Coach Matt Mann. It will
settle beyond all doubt the much de-
lated question at to which of the
teamrs is the strongest in the cou-
a
try. Yale boasts a monopoly of ast-
ern intercollegiate title, but does not
compete in the National A. A. U.
meet.
The Big Blue tean, is reputed to be
the strongest aggregation in recent
years andl is built around its star
performer, House, while the Mann-
coached team is considered even
stronger than the one which easily
aptured the ig Ten and National
titles last season.
Northwestern's crack squad with1
Schwartz, Dinch and Lennox as its
nraain stars will meet a representativet
of the Western extremity of the na-
tion when the Stanford team stops
at Evantson for a dual encounter on
its way to the National meet at'
Philadelphia.
Trhe Purple swimers are unques-
tionably the best in the Conference
next to the Wolverines and sur-
plassed the Wolverines in "their dual
engagement with the Illinois Ath-
letic club by winning two events
while the Maize and Blue stars gar-
neredl only one.
Olympic Aspirants
For Three Sports
Are Training Here
(Continued from Page Eight)
the shot. Although hie has pacticed
very little this season, Lovette tossed
the iron, ball 47 feet, 7 inches a short
time a go.
Frank Ketz, who was beaten only
,Once in the Big Ten in the hammer
throw last ,year, also expects to make
a bid for a place on the Olympic
teamn. The Wolverine sophomore
}should xgreatly improve over his last
Year's form when he consistently
tirew the hammer around the 150
foot mark.
Thle little Wolverine captain, Buck
Hfester, is practically certain to re-
"present Canada again in the sprints.
,The 1927 Big Ten champion was a
'member of the Canadian team in 1924
,iind is again ranked as one of the
=best prospects in his favorite event,
'the 100 meters.
Another dash star, Richard Robb,

'Wvho will represent Scotland, is also
working out regularly in the field
!house in order to condition himself
'tor the coming games. The Scotch
star is taking graduate work in the
"University at the present time.
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H AHN PICKS 1928 AS HIS BE ST INDOOR SEASON;* THIIKS I YL~lCS F
AMERIICA WILL WIN OLYMPICS; PRATSES ATHLETIC PLATUN.UIIhL EIW

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In commenting nupon his Sea:szlon ci' '' I, _r.i.'%due to heri'si renlgi hLermond, New lBost on1\. . 1 st\).l-1
indoor running inl Eastern track cir- il the variots 11(1(1 event s in which has been running the two-mildeo-'l
dles, Lloyd Hahn, star middle dig.i! Afl1ri(ca11 arcea dlitlt edly far so- sistent ly in 91:1.0, shoulId place wall r
tance runner of the Boston Athletic )eiriir. o teir +1(1 , Diroean rivals, 11p in the list, and(1 )e \ arYul Old
association, stated that he considers Th ede itne, Hh b-mar'athon r~unneir, 11001(1 al.smi wil
lit he ostsucessul f hs F lieves, will w-it ness the Eeniest com- points.
Iyear career under the colors of the Ipet it ioll at. A nst erdamn. Opposing the Contrary to t he experienceOFs ia k
Boston club. American e li t 1r i 0e5s in thle 800j mier Olympiads, .11aiii explects thef
The little ni ddle distance star is'me t ers w ill be at least foury American sprinters to eiiiciiuit 01'cSii
practficing on the field house track -ey( l~eje~~''sinMr i 11 o'e t~l i h li1 ',UiS
for the next four or five iys in France, Mart in of Switzerland, Pelt-I Germany, hie believes,.a eea
ordr o bcoe ue~ todi~t i~~kzei' of G ermnaii. andl Lowe of 1Eng- sp)rin1ters Who will makc tog i"
running after' compeiing iln boar'ds land. Coniger rates withI Hahn as a' to put an end to the monooloy e-1-
gal easne btefor e s final Fin door en-certain American represe:. "ative in I3i eyed by Unitedl States teain'3i ni)
gagmenite BnkrsweetFriaythese events in former yeayrs.j
migt a Cicao.Inithe 1500 nmet crs Nurmii, the Finl- If newspaper reporit s ar~e at All r'-I
nih tChcg.nishi ace. Wide ef Sweden, andl Hosel liable, said Hlahn , it seemns likely
HeI has won the. Bankers mile twvo of New Zealand, if hle is in condi- that Charlie Paddoek will ag.ain lta'
yea i sccesindefat1g01 lonare thle 1most11to) le feared, 1H1ahn one of thle Un ited lStates mashniiiioi
get nd odg in192, ad wll iekbelieves. In the long er distances the as his receiit pei'lor1nianc's see'm to
a top aei ee n in a waantUnited(1States xwiii probably he weak, in dicate that lhe still ranks :tnon.;g
a stogfedicuig Ry, Sivak
and Shimek of the I. A. C. After as was the case in 1 924, although the country's best.
the Bankers meet, Hahn expects to
return to his home in Nebraska. and ^ ti i1111t [1lllllilli llll[lllilll tllflll11116IHE 11'
rest up for the outdoor season.
Hahn considers his performance in
the 1. C. 4-A, meet at New York City,J Special Sunday Dinner
when he established a new record ot
t:51.4 for the half mile by defeat-!= -.('(' AlL =
ing Martin and Sober, as his great-= Frnit (Cockta il
-est feat of the season. This record = jre (s O1)111Dil 'jcldte
was formerly held by Peltzer, the l=SOUP~
German ace. Incidentally Hahn's; =ChIicken Broth wit Noodles
time was better than the present oilt-
door mark of 1 :51.6 which is also I OL'I1 CHOICE OF
held by the Gerian. BoHiled Spring' C'hickien 'avitl Asparagus
Two years ago, while running as Srir~ Chicken Fricassee with Bi1ce
a member of the Boston A. A. tvi - Spring' ('hicken 519w, Stiaiii.ilh Stele
mile relay team which set a new j= Rked IS!!sing Ch'Iicken, Sweet Potatoes
world's mark, Hahn ran the fastes~t j- 1 prn 'cknwt Irsig
half mile of his career, turning /the Sirloin of IBeef ivith Spanish Sauce'
distance in 1:51.2. = aost Loiii of Pork with Jielly
In comparing the equipment of the l - Broiled Veatl Chops, Butter P~ens
Athletic association with that of = Breaded P 4rk Tenderloin. Ihead Leitiice-
Eastern schools, Hahn stated thatI-=(Cold CIcken, Sliced rI1)inalt(es
Michigan ranked far above any of. the 1= Cold Pork:with Head Lettuce Sala d, ,lelly Omelet
schools he -had, visited In the East.-(r'~idCuilwr ha etc aa
"You have all the equipmnt in the;= Coffee Tea Milk
world to (10 with," was the enthusi-l
astic' comment of the. Nebraskan. j+ DESSERTS
At Bo~on college, where he hasl
been training during the season. Hahn 12 ie's---Rlaisil, (Cocoant C (ustard Sundlaes-Fresh Strawberry, Veaacb
stated that he practiced on an out- SATTlA
door board track, under conditionsSTR OH r
far less favorable than those enjoyed=
by athletes inl the University. - IJUE L O U S E .
When asked what nation will win E U
the Olympic games this year, Hahn 12
stated that he favored the United
States to repeat her former sue-:rl 11111ll11ilill1111t1111illtl1111I I1 111116 f 11ia le

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