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1928

THE M"HICAN DAILY

TH.MCIGNDAL

FOU OF FIELD HOUSE
MARK FALL I11928
Vol vernue Athletes Reltter Two Former
X- :ordffWhile Harvard Track-
nt' a Sha teri O ther Paiir
MIC-IHIGAN IVLEN HOLD NINE
Four nw marks grlace the record
card that has replaced the cid one on
the bulletin board at the field house
since th ILarvard-Michigan dual
meet. Two of these, the two mile and
the mile relay marks were established
by the invaders, while the others are
credited to Wolverines.
Jimmy Reid, the Harvard Iron Xan,
bettered the former two mile mark*
held jointly by Ted IHornberger of
Michigan and Benson of Cornell, when
he covered the distance in 9:45. The
Crimson mile relay team eclipsed
Cornell's record of 1925 by turning
the disttance in 3:27.1.
Waldo Breaks Record
Nearly two inches were added to the
record in the high jump, when Chuck
Waldo leaped 5 feet 11 3-8 inches, and
Don Cooper set a new mark for the
low hurdles of :09.4.
Seven of the other eight field house
marks are held by Wolverine athletes,
while the other, the shot put, was
made by John Anderson of Cornell in
1927.
Four records, the 60 yard dash, the
440 yard dash, the half mile and mile
runs, date from the Cornell meet in
1925, when the field house was first
opened to track competition. The
marks in the pole vault and the high
hurdles were made in 1927.
Hubbar4d's Mark Stands
DeHart Hubbard's record of :06.2
still stands for the 60 yard dash, as
(oes Feinsinger's :52 for the quarter
mile. The mile record of 4:26.9 was
established by Grant Hicks, while'
Charles Reinke's mark of 1:59.2 for+
the half remains unshattered.
TWO INDIANS WILL TRY
FOR OLYMPIC DECATHLON:
(13y Asociated Pres)1
EPHILADELPsIA April 4. -Fait
Elkins, of Nebraska,- national de-
cathlon king, will not be the only
lull-blooded Indian to compete for
a' place qn the American Olympici
team in the all-around test.
Announcement was made today3
that Jam-es Grant, of the Haskelle
Indian school, Lawrence, Kansas, hasg
entered for the decathlon tryouts toc
be held in conjunction with the Uni-
versity of Pensylvania relay carnival
on Franklin field April 27 and 28.t
Another recent entrant for the.
decathlon is Otto B. Schoenfeld, jr.,d
of New Orleans. He is a student ats
Cornell university, 'but will wear thea
colors of the New Orleans youngc
young men's gymnastic club.
Haskell school also his entered
in the two-mile sprint relay and in
the distance medley relay. Cyrus i
Walking, Robert John, Herman Gal- i
egos, and Simon Manual will repre- p
sent the Lawrence institution in both l vns
events

ALTERATIONS TO TRACK
HINDER VARSITY SQUAD
(Continued from Page Six)
do considerable walking.
With regard to the strength of the
Wolverines in the several events
added to those of the indoor schedule,
it appears as though the hamm-er will
be well taken care of by the veteran
Ketz and Williams, his understudy.
Ketz is showing un unusually well
for this early in the season, accord-
ing to Coach Farrell, and should con-
tinue his fine record of last season.
Some six or seven candidates are
seeking the places left vacant by the
'grad U ation of Lovette and Northrup,
javelin throwers, but Widman ap-
pears to be the most promising pros-
pet at the 'present time. Gbel and
Carlson look like possible point win-
ners in the discus, although both
need a lot of experience.-
Conference Sport
Dope
(Continued from Page Six)
in the way of a trial heave by Lyman
Kimmel, shot putter.
JIam'pered by weather and a lack
of veteran material, Coach Jack Bix-
ler has been putting the Purdue golf
team through double workouts this'
week.
Sixty grid candidates have reported
to Coach J. W. Wilce at Ohio State.
Only a few of the regulars are work-
ing out yet, the squad being com-I
posed mostly of the' members of the
freshman team and the Varsity "B"
eleven.
With Harrington hurling in mid-
season form, the Illinois baseball
team won its second southern victory
Monday from Mississippi A. & M., 1-0.
The Illini pitcher limited the south-
erners to' five singles and received
perfect support from his mates.
Walter Holmer, captain of next
year's eleven at Northwestern, is ex-
pected to take an active part in the
spring grid training following the
Easter vacation. Holmer hias been
suffering from an injury to his foot
has just removed the cast.
Ten candidates, the largest num-'
her in the history of tennis at Ohio
State, ,reported Monday to Coach
Wirthwein. Inclement weather end-
ed a brief outdoor practice andl
forced the men to use the indoor
court under the stadium.
T'wo other Big Ten baseball
teams, campaigning in the south,
chalked up victories Monday. Pur-
due downed DePauw, 6-5, in the sea-
son's opener, while Iowa slugged out
a one sided win over Louisiana
State university, 13-1, for the second
consecutive victory.
Northwestern university's swim-
ming team, runners np to Michigan
n both the Big Ten race and the
Philadelphia meet, humbled the Le-
and Stanford tankmen Monday t 1
Evanston, 42-27.

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