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May 24, 1928 - Image 7

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LyraY 24, 192$s. P THE MICHIGAN DAILY ____________________________



(Contiiued fromn page Six) i
of M -ichigan, conr stently dropping thebal ro n 16 fe .t
I;. ? is scarcely a sulre bc~t, however,1
with Lapp of Iowva, and D~art of North-
wcstern, who have done better than1
158 facet on occasions. Ulheil of Ohio0.
(we hope that's the way he spells it)a
has a mark in excess of 155 feet.
Emmerson Nelson of Iowa leads the,
o'hcr point chasers. Marquis, Iowa;
Snulley, Indiana; Anderson, North-
w _stern; are possibilities.E
The 1927 tragedy of Wilmer Rhein-
hart, Indiana's shear tossing star, has
been re-enacted. Last year he was in-
jured just before the meet, while he
seem~s to have developed a case of
javelin arm in the last ten days after
having set a new American record of
215 feet 4 inches, which seemed to
point to a new Big Ten mark. Now
however Ndrthrop's record of 207 feet
7 5-8 inches seems safe. Rheinhart's
best last week was 167 feet.
This turn of affairs leaves the race
for the coveted 5 points, a toss up,
with Bagge, Northwestern; Knoepp,
Michigan; Mayer, Wisconsin; and Mt:-
*Kinnon of Minnesota; in the front
ranks. All of these should be good for
175 to 185 feet, although Bagge and
Mayer have bettered a 190 feet. An-
other man who has been rising along
with Knpepp is Glass of Illinois. Sinl-
idelar of Purdue, and Forwald of
lowa. are other possibilities.
Michigan's team will be picked from
Munger, Freese, Seymour, Leonard
and Jon~es, all of whom can be classed
as quarter milers in contrtast. with
lom-e of the other teams. Those who
remember the excellent showing made
by the Wolverines at the indoor meet
are conceding them "a good chance to
pick up points.
Iowa, Indiana, and Nc~th esternl
are considered. as the three. leading
contenders, however. Northwestern
h'as done 3:20 and if. conditions are
favorable, the old record of 3:19 set
in 1925 by Michigan largely because
of Nate V'ein singers fast anchor lap.
Chicago *s an outside bet for place,
having won the Penn relay.
KANSAS-T he department of Greek
and Latin recently presented "Tro-
Jan Women" in the form of a dramat-
ic reading. It was the first play of
that type to be presented at, the Uni1-
versity, and celebrated two classical
events, the founding of Rome in 753
B. C. and the 2400th anniversary of
the first production of the oldest
Greek tragedy that is still in exist-
ence, "The Persians." The production
was a step toward putting onl a real
Greek drama at the University.


TRACK MEN LEAVE CONFERENCE 'TENNIS MEE Ti6.1- andl took the last three andi lhi
FOR CONFERENCE I BEGINS AT PURDUE TODAY Captalin Milford and Ll hz, Pu'lr-
MEET TISn:WEEK I due's new doubles Cnombimn4,) ill
(Continued from page Six)
Captain freeborn and lloldm i Fi( k efl
(Continued from page Six) inZevualmth u Bro n i ;consiii are also ra4tedc ;hx. l
vault nly tree Maze an Blue1looret resorted to a lobbing ga..ie af-I though the latter pi ~Udiitt
irackinen will make the trip in thec Captain Quinn of Indiana, DuBois of t v Chesler and Wei ff,. ho eny ecndovrnin p ris h a e nter~ ;R
field events. Ketz will be entered . ionIeny scn oveiee-!gnis h myb nirIu'p
the ammr wih Koeppin he jve-tianitand Captain Milford of Purdue of Captain Cornell and ~ ien ir
un. he the ma xvil b Arndi are others who will combine to nmake Mn"Icsota doubles tln.
111p the fluent field ever entered in a ____________________________
wvho will be Michigan's sole hope in Big Ten meet. f~".'!:.... A,.. .«ff
the broad jump since Chapman is Another champion will defend his 1
definitely out.. It is possible that Are- title in the doubles when Cailtain3
ndtmight also be entered in the. shot Marton and Moore swing into action. §1 PA CD
The hiard-hitting Illinois comibinationi
put. However the Wolverines will be!o ati 'onelat rnti
entirely sans high jumpers and dlis-I rated at. least equally with tie «Wol- AN AE
cns throwers. verine team, however, havir. defeat-
ed the titleholder, 6-3, 6-0, in a dual
AMSTERDAM.-The strong Argen- neet match.
tine team will be the first opponent The situation was much the same P I
of the United States Olympic foot.- last year, O'Connell and Bard then
ball team lately arrived in Amster- be-ing favored to win over Michig,;a-
dam. ter' dropping the first two sets, ?-5, Vacuum Cup, ut3ood3

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