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TH-E MICHIGAN DAILY___________

TR~KME 1 DRLLYALESWIMMERS AN NVT IN
00 Q[QRII (Continued from Page Six)
fGH ._ ~third place at the aximuumn,for r
svnpoints, lbut it 1 is oreClikely; opopcie°o ebti~rst
-- ° ~~that olyfour pit il
remainSIii f~ XI il tiaii u wimr ig, to thO use the facilities of ,our 11office in
S In 4cn rri Irhcrr everrV~ill itiu BleWith i four events re niig, Y l
Period T1o Practice should gain first place in the dliving, working out 'the details of their
°--especially inaich as the Easternne ho e
FIRST MEET ON APRIL 2 1 style of uip and downl will prove a i
handicap to Walaitis and osenberg
Approximately 12 members of the of Michigan.
Varsity track squad will be" invitedDanl or Walker in the spfl il AnAr o H me B id sI c!
Thompson or Wagner in tie brest.
toareminn rri Ain or ovpro pae stroke, and Hubbell or Spintle in the
vctopeidioretopeaeback stroke may out speed tefli P '.4.(or -r' -.'holz V . E I. *li *c~rras
for t he outdoor season, which will niatators in allI thse events, andire Jt'10 N. )iain St. I'iwe ; 14)
capon April 21 when a. squad of 20 con.'ionly expected to do so.
men wile-tke-tot -anua-Mchi nvicores.n"he rest
Lack, anid 0 would allow the \Vol-
OhioReay R Clubu.aysne tphav mrgnColu11111111111s11,11venueslillllllla011topllfileavyfil 11 margin.IIlEEi
Althoug~h it is uncertan as yet - -
which o h e will reoaih for UNION I 0MILE ENTRIES O ltyadSrieurM to SoJ n
th4xr ann eid NEAR FINISH O SWIMIS
roll expets to announce the list the- O the Crowd for You udyDne
first, part of next week. A series of With the earliest posible finishI of
two prIact ices a day will'be held dur- the Michigan Union 10-mile swim,
ing the week of the Paster recess, TusaArl3lraigcoe h-
anol the veteran Coach is seriously number of marathloners w ho have=R
cnieiga plan of training that covered the frnaximum (liane 0 ~ ei A''r S ek"t 75r
will call for four or five mile walks 612_laps or 8 1-2 miles has narrowed
each day, ~~~down to ten. Five have dropped be-at L1 X LLIIL
('fiaiiuuari Ik Recoverinig hind after passing the halfway mark=
Chapman, sophomore sprint sta,a week ago} with the leaders. Prepared by .
who was injred in practice shortly hs h r edigtefed_ W er o eC oe el
before the yo Haewo lain h il hr a Peae w 20e o r irvard sin:tas ept- of220bermnt ri are vDal, Pter- Am rican'Chef Are Sre
any hrd Wrk. f. i somwhatson, Tellez, Vanik, O'Brien, and 2Cen n om /eetefrmnnvrgt
(oubtful whet her or not the will be Kunkle. I al pobbiltyfiv quiet adcozy om.Wee h -ea nvrg
in shape to remain here duripg the sly thers will he able toyv complete too tired to 'keep up steam to beat the whole house.
lvacationi Iraicnirififlg p c nd.Jack ' ar- their 10 miles before aster Vd Yul fr Srvce
11's cnltoiaso r"isanu-to
(;CrUlity.The names of those who complete
He44zSlrin Aiii 1113 h euie itncIeoeth n - P R O 2
There iv a m siili ly that Mich- ofethe currentsmsterwl be n r° . P. , 22Lit
iganwil berepesened y atwograved on the large trophy which is H' NII'E N) WTVAM AAW
m1ile as well as a mile relay, team kept in a case, adjacent to the pool.
at the Ohio Relays, according to Handso-me individual medals, which =(Co. Hron1 St. in114 Fourth Ave.
Coach Farr ell, In ca so Leonard,'may be worn as watch charms, will
vtrnqatrmlrsueesiialso be presented to the winners by'
working oft his condition in the next th ihgn Uin hsewl ) 7 L U ..
th ihgn no.Tes ilb eek or so, the mile quartet will awarded on the completion of the S bcie Fr te W e l
h e greatly strengthened, as he was swim in June. II
one of the best 440 mmen on the squad.
Yearling Trackmen-
Awarded Numerals
(Continued from Page Six)
the mile, while Croehn ranks as the'
pick of the two mile anudidates: tl
The hurdlers are the mocst numer-
ouns of the numeral winners and Pot- lbe 'P ad ON
ter ranks as the best performer in
the lot. Cook looks like the best
440 mani on the squad at the pros- ORDERS NOW BEING TAKEN FOR ALL nbilad iei tohsal-S N O CL D E IN T E U V R I Y
iyty in this event le is a capable high SE IOuLA SEpNeHE U IV RST
TiyerssudifotntinOffcial 'Out fitters for the Past Ten Years t
having a pair of sprinters of the
abilyty displayed lby Murray andl
TDolan. Froth of these ,men aye been
turning in good time for the dash,
while Tolan holds the national in-
terscholastic sprint title. Harrell s
the leading broad jumper on the ny Ppi
freshman, squad. Pottle has been
Thbowing promise in the pole vault, A~.S A.
and Patton, Marshall, and Decker! 711 No. rg~rstt ve. ANext to Arcade aTheatre
#have displayed marked improvenva nt!
in the .weights. .._ - -

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