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F, DY, I T AY 5,12

THE MICHIGAN DAIIV

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(( ID0H RLA . jIDINAAND CHICAGlO TO OPEN INDOOR 'TRACK SEASON BADGER SEONDS ROLAND LOCKES FORMER CORNHIUSKER SPRINT STAR, ]
(Continuied From Page Six)- Sweany, Inldanalpolis, are others vH ') SCHEDULElarbn GAMES "dllfr IL GO EAST AND JOIN NEW YORK ATHLETIC CLUB,

LrASSWIE
.Adveirtising

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fl Ch7 ago in the high hurdles, along withi
HTO B hELD MARUI1 j bamson, Todd and Needing. srn
Indianasolprsn astng
''Iiil ~i. ~a~ ilan RQi{gqre comblinat ion in the inile run. Field's,
6tiAlilg o Nw Big Tell lananapobis;Buck, lWekn<ll ; andi
Inadoor 'WIe4 'larence Banks, Culver, are in go:)d
cond ti an as a resul~t of cross country
r~ - r Ir- last fall. Thlese men were membhers
~ i~~V~lIiIIILLtIof the cinder teamn last spring.
4.-Tadiions 1ia prodluced a IBig Te'n eiiam-
nILJANA. Itt, .1an. 1.1-r(piin ion nile relay team last year. Se-
cl ih 1g 1 aerl:ormantes e.,tablished foral of 1He 'quarter-rniler3 ar c avail-
in the I10 years of its5 history will 1)e iable again, which moeans Indiana wti
maintainc(d, , t is predicted, when theI give at good account in this event.
Stephenson, Macon, Mis7s.,recognized
i~niers, y01 llinaisindor rlayas one of the best 440-yard men in the
carnival is run off March 17. Conference, heads t he list. DildinG,
This d (ate is thre.e weeks later than Ft. Wayne; Abramson, Portland;
usual hut the change, it is believed, Smock, Delphi ; Buck, Bicknell ; and

wi- make the going hot for the
quarlter.
WithI the I rack c',a m meeting Ch
('atzo, the eut ire v it or sports pr,) -
gra ~nwill U in Ifoil blast next We--
end1. The Sxx brminlgPteam will ong: ,go
lie Uniivc say tof (Cincinnat i atCtn-
cilal ~in he onlyvotheor 1i1aouet of
1oinr. tolo Le a way fromahone.
TIhe itash et ll team will play a ;-
turn ,gam3e with ii (i ic aa Ii idmy 1, igi. t
at (;l i a. o.'an U xwillfa ce lli>i, ibonr
Saturday night in what is (iX-)ecte(I to
1)e a thrilleor.
On(; of the outst-andingr wrestling
necets of the year will take place here
Thursday night when Wost Virginia
invades Bltoomnington.

te Wisconsin second f1(1 11 l! 11 ani
nmext flHby C(oa.ih (V enna Thisglet h-
waite, head footbail mcn itor'.Tbi-ec
games are in MIadison, -while the otb-
or twvo cont est s iai a way Ifront li-,1.
Michigan and Illinois are the lBig
Ten tearns that will play ho L tad 'Or.
seconds. The Wol vt ine s°(-o-i .w ill
c0Th e to 1Ma(1is011 (ii Oct. 27, whiile ii 0
Illinois team xii be I11a red ?at:
C'lamipaign, Nov. 10.
N:art Ii Dakot a Stat e will open t ii'
gridl season wvithI the Cardlinal second s
in a home game on Oc1.t.:l2.Oehhi .tl
Normal xwili provide o01)I~t LnforIc the
Wisconsin team Oct. 20 ini aniother'
home game. _In Nov. )thoe(Cardinal
seceondis will journey to W~at ertoawn.
Wis., for a game withI North west ret
college.

Rlolan d Locke, Nebraska sprint star
and hotlder of the xxorld 's 220-yard
dlzts ii record willI journey East within
the next tfew clays ad ltake iup)his
nc i13 New 'York city. Locke who
has sW(adieUla xv at the t niver~sily of
Nebia si~a will colicludle his work inl
New YtorkU pr. aratol'y to taking the
boo1 er a zict ionl. The Nebraskan
wvili jon1 the New York ath11let ic cluib
etnd furthei r holsteOrtup that organiza-
l )on wi-i lis"alreoady consideored the
ij's n thle country.
Locke, xvho has ii cr r olnpeted ll
lie. Neow York district, and has seldom
rni indoors, will make his first ap-
poarauce at the Newv York athletic
club games on February 20 at the
':iadss'in Sqtuare Garden.
TIN, Nebriaka sprinter's last appear-

lays last April when he captured the
220-yard dash' from Henry Russell,
former Cornell sp)rint star, and Jack-
son Scholz of the New York A.C.
Scholz was the only American to xwin a
flat race in the 19241 Olympic games.
Withiisucth stars as Scholz, Locke,,
Wildermuth and Hussey. though the
Nest- York A.C. xill have the miost
successful indloor tr'ack session in the
association's history. Karl WXilder-
muth of Georgetown, wvho wxon the
three sprint races in New York last.
Sat urday, equalling a worldl's indoor
r'ecord in one of them, is one of the
outstanding sprint members.
11 side the~ addition of Locke to theI
New York A.C., there" is a possibility
that another wvorld's recordI star in the
person f CIf(harley Paddock,

will add tf) the
w hich alreadly
relay mreet in#
(lat fe gives the
tunny flirst to
sea sons before

interest in the carnival
is the largest indoorj
the country. The ne0w,
universities an oppor-
complete their indoor
they turn their atten-I

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lioin to relay teams. For the first lime
the meet wil follow the Big Ten in-
door championships which will be held
at Iowva City, March 9 and 10.
P~reliminiary arrangements are being
miadoe by Chick Werner, former Ilii
nloi track= captain, manager, and
Ralph C. Murphy, student manager.
As usual, the meet wil be run off in
the big Illinois armory, a building 400
by 200 feet, free of any supporting
coluns. The 75-yard clay straight-
away and six and three-quarters laps
to the middle cinder track are fast,
as evidenced bly the four national
track records which have been es-
tablished or equalled.
Four university races top the pro-
gram, one-mile, two-mile, four-n~ile,
and( medlley, andI a mile high school
relay. Ten sp~ecial events will be run
off: 'i-yard dash, and low and high
hurdles; 300-yard, 1,000-yard and
1,500) meter runs; high and broad
jutmps; shot put andi pole vault.
The all-around championship in
which versatile athletes compete in
the 75-yard dash and high hurdles,
the high and broad jumps, the 880-
yard run, shot put andl pole vault,
completes the program.
NEW YORK CITY-Indications are
thiat the United States will not he
rep-resentedl by a hockey team ini the
Olympic games. due to the failure of
the Olympic committee to approve
such a measure.

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