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Hoosiers Are Last Barrier In Path Toward Title Match
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Wll Coin'ete In Four-Relay
I aces At Bloomingion
CR1MSO~N hAV VETERANS I
(Spedi The Daily)
BLOOMINGTON, Feb. 27-Indi-
ana university's first indoor dual
relay carnival will be held here on!
Saturday night when the Ohio
State trackmen meet the Crimson
in the field house. The meet will;
be the last dual contest of the .
season for the Hoosiers.
Lineup Not Announced
Instead of the 440 yard, 880 yard,
mile and two' mile events, there will
be four relays. One will be four
laps long, another eight laps, an-
other 12 laps, and the last one will1
be a medley relay. Since bothj
teams -won first and second placc
respectively in the Conference'
cross country championship run
last fall, the strength lies in the
distance men. ,
No definite Indiana lineup has .1
been decided by Coach E. C. Hayes, i
but Capt. Abromson, Smock and 1
Pierre undoubtedly will enter in the3
shorter distances, while Captain
Fields, Leas, Dildine, Clapham, and
Banks will start in the longer dis-
tance events. 'No runners have
been chosen for 'the medley.
Produce Goo'd Teams
Coach Hayes, since his stay here,
has produced more championship
relay teams than Indiana ever hast
had before. For two consecutive
years the Hoosiers have captured
high point honors at the Southern
relays at Atlanta. Indiana neverl
has failed to finish high in the run-
ring at the annual Ohio relays at
Baker, Simpson, and Rockaway
are the three Buckeye track stars
who are &expected to give the Hoos-
iers a hard battle for first places
in the relays. They will be backed
by a number of promising new-
comers to thle' Ohio squad.
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eTo Adison For Dual Meet Ad
Water Polo maie
BADGERS ARE MEDIOCRE
hockey--Wisconisin, 7:30 o'clo'.k
at the Collsecui.
Fenieng-Michigan State, 7:30
o'clock in 'Auxiliary r oomn of
Hockey-Wisconsin, 7:30 o'clock
~at the Coliseum .
Wrestling-Indi'ana, 7:30 o'clock
at Yost field house.
Basketball--Ohio State at Co-
Swimming -Wisconsin at Madi-
D + 1 U' ' With his team leaving this aft-
ernoon for Madison, whecre they
.-""" .""" .".''"".will meet the Badger splashers,
When the Wisconsin Badgers 1i- Coach Matt Mann has announced
vade the flelo house for their re- the roster of 13 men who he will
turn game with the Wolverines take when he invades the Wiscon -
Monday night, a capacity crowd jsin stronghold. The undefeatedl
will see the Michigan team in ac-' Wolverine natators will enter the
tion on the home floor for tha meet deter mined to keep their ree-
first time this season. ord clean, and to advance another
notch toward- the Conference dual
iHarry Tillotsou, treasurer of meet championship.
athletic association announced t Captain Dick Spindle will lead
Wednesday noon that there his team against the Badgers in
were no. more tickets available the back stroke, in which Hubbell
for the final cage tilt. will also perform. Walker, Wala-
itis, Ault, Seager, Watson, Mertz,
A telegram was received Wedues- and Reif are slated to appear in'
day ' from Madison requesting a'the free style events while Walaitis
block of 200 seats for the contest will also be seen in the fancy div-
but had to be refused. The en- ing. Goldsmith, Thompson, and
thusiastic followers of the Mean- Mertz will uphold the Maize andI
well-coached team were planning Blue in the breast stroke, while
to' make up a special train in order Grimshaw will take care of the
to see their favorites in the re- other diving place. Warner may
turn battle with the Wolves. perform in the back stroke and will
also work in the water polo game.
An additional proof of the j The Badger swimming team has
high pitch that the interest in encountered indifferent success in
Wisconsin has attained is in- their meets so far this year, win-
dicated by the fact that three ning two and losing two. Iowa and'
newspapers have already ar- Illinois have defeated the Badgers,
ranged for through wires from while Chicago and Purdue have
the press box in the field house. fallen before their speed.
Purdue was beaten by the, score
A bit of bad luck in the form off of 47-24 'when they . encountered
the first serious illness suffered by the Badgers, and Chicago was just
any member of the squad this sea- nosed out by one point, '36-35. The.
son, put in its appearance Wednes- water polo team representing the
day when it was announced that. Badgers has been defeated in all
Bert Cushing, reserve guard, was of its Conference games, losing to
confined to the hospital with Illinois, Purdue, and Chicago.'
smallpox. In Meyer, Wisconsin has a breast
stroker who may be depended upon
While the outbreak may to win points in almost any meet.
prove a'serious handicap to the He holds an unofficial Conference
tige aspirations of the Wolves record of 2:41 2-5 breaking the
in the 'remaining games, Dr. imark made by Kratz of the Bad-
Lyman, Varsity physician, is of I gers in 1927. The only other men
the opinion that it will not. on whom the Wisconsin 'mentor
can depend for points are Captain
With °the single exception of Lange in the free style events, aid
Bob Chapman, every man on the Hatleberg and Cuisinier, former
(Continued on Page Seven) 'grid star, in the diving.
CHANCE TO OBTAIN
While expressing the hope that
more students w o u 1 d join the
swimming instruction classes held
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
evenings, Assistant Coach Mac-
Mahon explained the purpose of#
these meetings- as being an oppor-
tunity for students to learn to
swim or to move on into the more
advanced stages of handling them-
selves in the water.
Often, explained MacMahon, the
student 'has the inclination to
learn more about swimming' either
in the elementary stages' or in the
more difficlult work. These clas-
ses, he continued: are for the ben-'
efit of any one who may be only
mildly interested in aquatics but.
who would like to learn more
about this branch of 'sport.
The free courses of instruction,
include diving, proper leg coordin-
ation in the water, proper breath-
ing, and all other Phases of a
more advanced ;nature. In these
courses the instructor takes the
initiative in guiding the student
along those lines in which he may
Members of the faculty have
their swimming peiiod during the
noon hour at 'which time they
engage in a corrupted form of
water polo known as "roughl
house' polo where most of the or-I
dinary rules of water polo are1
if the interest 'Warranits,a
Marathon similar to that 'usually
held each year in the Union pool
will be staged with appropriate
medals for the winners, but Mac-,
Mahon said that to date the en-i
FOR INDIANA INVADERS
Match With C r1 in s on Will-
Determine B nig'Ten.Eastern
WINNER TO MEET ILLINI
With the munbeaten Indiana team
the sole remaining barrier in' their
path toward the championship of
the eastern division of the Big
Ten and a third consecutive title
match with Illini, Coach aeen's
Wolverine matmen are working
hard in an endeavor to bolster the
middle weight men before the
meet with the redoubtable Hoosier
representatives tomorrow night in
Yost field house.
The Crimson, with Captain Moss,
178 pounder, and Scott and Weav-
er in the 168 and 148 pound bouts
respectively, will give the Michi-
gan representatives! in these events'
their hardest tests of the season.,
Captain Moss and Weaver, both
in their third year of Conference
competition, have come through a
stiff schedule without being de-
feated so far, and will meet two
of Michigan's unbeaten represen-
I tatives, Kelly in the lighter weight
'and Dougavito in the. 178 pound
match. The latter, although in
his first year on the Varsity, has
a victory over Captain Hooker of
Indiana, former Big Ten chain-
pion, to his credit, and is given an
even chance to upset, the Crimson
hopes by downing the Hoosier caps-
Scott, an alternate on the U. S.
-Olympic team, who has lost but'
one tilt this year, wll meet Parker,
another unbeaten Wolverine, i
the 168 pound match, while Bran-
non, sophomore star who lost 'to
Holding,national champion, ina
a close bout, will take care of the
Indiana 135 assignment.
Eakin, who placed among ,the
leaders in the 115 pound Big Ten
tourney last year, is conceded an
Wedge over his Wolverine opponent,
while the Maize and Blue men
hold a slight paper advantage
over the three other Hoosiers,
Ross, 158 pounder, "Connors, 125
pounder, and Schroeder, heavy-
rollxent was only 20, and will
have to be somewhat increased if
all plans are to be carried out.
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