MARCH 10, 1929
THE -MI-CHIG.AN DAILY
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MARCH 1~, 1q29 ~THE MICHIGAN DAI'LY ~PAGE &DIV~N
TRA[V M F[1 I [I) [John Marshall of Chicago, in 1926. Northern swimmer in the same
the field to clip two full seconds to challenge competition for sev-
off their record breaking perfor- eral years to come.
xmance of the preliminaries and --~-
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second man a five yard lead which
Prescnt=Indoor Scason e With Klintworth and Fidler maintained
Exception Of .Annual Meet to give the champs their first win.
Tuesday Evening i Lemak, Highland Park's greatl
breast stroker, staged a walkaway
in the century sprint. to win over
AWARDS TO BE ANNQUNCED Baur of Shortridge by a third of a
length of the pool, negotiating the
With the regular inddor season distance in 1:11 to set a new na-
over and only the annual All- tional mark.
Campus Freshman Indoor track Ballard of Detroit Northern,
meet in prospect for next Tuesday proved a winner over Cannon of.
evening at 7 p. m., Coach Hoyt of Lakewood in a touchout finish in
the yearling thinclads has given j the 50 yard free style. The lanky
his men a rest for the last two Eskimo sprinter lost on the take-
days, but will start driving them off but made a brilliant comeback
today for the meet. . on the turn and last lap to gain
Some freshmen have been work- the referee's decision over his
ing out at the Field House Friday f Buckeye rival. The existing mark
and Saturday but Coach Hoyt was of .25 6-10 chalked up by Craig of
not there to supervise their work, Northern of Detroit, in 1926, was
but beginning this afternoon clipped to the extent of 8-10 of a
The feature race of the day manner as he had done in the 50.
proved the century backstroke The Eskimo negotiated the dis,
event. Rosen of Roosevelt High tance in 56 6-10 to smash the rec-
of Chicago, came from behind onlord established by Wilcox of Carl
the last lap to touch out Bob Car- Schurz of Chicago, in last year's
ruthers of Highland Park, last competition by a full second.
year's winner in this number, by With a brilliant field entered in
the barest of margins. The Polar the diving, Degener of Detroit,
Bear swimmer went ahead on the Central sprung an upset by chalk-
first lap and at the halfway mark ing up a decisive win over Lebreti
seemed to have the race well in of Waller High of Chicago, and
hand but Rosen's final sprint Wilkie of Highland Park, respec-
proved a trifle too. much for Car- tively winner and runnerup in last
ruthers to stave off. 1 year's national meet at Evanston.
Ballard continued his sensa- Hulbert .of Highland Park man-
tional work in the sprints to win aged to gain the Bears another
the 100 yard free style in decisive marker by winning the fourthI
fashion. Cannon of Lakewood, I place.
looking a trifle fagged from his l Highland Park, out to establish,
exertions in the two earlier sprints another national mark in thel
was unable to stay with the medley relay classic, spread eagledE
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breaking some of the existing After but a brief respite from f.SERVICE
freshman Field House records. his thrilling duel in the 50 yard
With one of the best teams he has feature Cannon sprinted in the
ever worked with, the yearling last two laps to gain a decisive win
mentor feels confident of setting in the 220 yard free style event.
some new marks. With but two laps to go Cannon
The annual freshman IndoorI and Fidler, Highland Park's ent-y
mteet is sponsored' by the Intra- overcame the lead held by Brock
.mural'rdepartment, and is open tof Whiting, and DagetofdLans-
a ll first year men regardless of ing, to gain first and second posi-
whether they were out for fresh- f tions. In this event Cannona
man track or not. Awards will be # clipped seven seconds off the ex-
given to the winners of the first isting mark made by Al Schwartz,
four places in each event, while-
Coach Hoyt will announce the i
wimlers of freshman track numer-
als the latter part of this week. -
The records which the yearling
stars must shoot at have been set
over a period of years, and several
holders of these marks have held '
positions on the Varsity team. To-E who will speak on
lan, holder of the 60 yard dash=
mark with Cook, is at present re- I -
garded as one of the fastest dash :="Principles and Methods"
men in the Conference. The time
niadle by these two men was 6 5-10 at
and was set last year.
Potter of last year's yearling
team holds the records for both ANDREWS CHURCH
the '5 yard high and low hurdles
wth the time'of 8 810 ii the;_
former and 7 7-10 in the latter SUNDAY, MARCH 10TH, AT 11 A. M.
event. Two years ago Seymour,=
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sity team, ran the' 440 yard dash ,._____
in the time of :51 8-10 to set a _
mark which has not been bettered
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2-10. (Ties Conierence record
made last night by Timm; also
ties the American indoor record).
440-yard run: Won by Steven-
son, Iowa; Davidson, Wisconsin,
second; Abramson, Indiana, third;
Henke, Wisconsin, fourth. Time,
70-yard high hurdles: Won by
Hayden, Chicago; Allison, Iowa,
second; Salling, Iowa, third;
Crooks, Ohio State, fourth. Time,
:08 7-10. (New Conference in-
door record; former record of :08
8-10 made by Cuhel of Iowa, in
Two-mile run: Won by Abbott,
Illinois; Fields, Indiana, second;
Dilley, Wisconsin, third; Anderson,
Minnesota, fourth. Time, 9 :26
3-10. (Ties Conference record,
made by Chapman of Wisconsin
880-yard run: -Dead heat bet-
tween White and Orlovich, Illi-
nois; oMulton, Iowa, third; Gunn,
Iowa, fourth. Time, 1:56 9-10.
Shot put: Won by Behr, Wiscon-
sin; distance 45 feet, seven and
one-half inches; Forwald, Iowa,
second, distance 45 feet, six in-
ches; Weaver, Chicago, third; dis-
tanc 44, feet: two, and three-
fourth inches; Poorman, Michi-
gan, fourth; distance 42 feet 'six
and a half inches.
Running high Jump: Frey, Chi-
cago; Sentinan, Illinois; Craig
and Workhoven, Iowa; Felker,
Michigan, and Kemp, Wisconsin,
tied for first place. Height, five
feet, nine and five-eights inches.
One-mile relay: Won by Iowa,
(Thomas, Ferguson, Depping, Ste-
venson); Wisconsin, second; Mich-
igan, third; Ohio State, fourth.
Time, 3:25 6-10.
Pole vault: Canby, Iowa, first;
Warne, Northwestern, second;
Harper and McDermott, Illinois,
tie for third. Height: 13 ft. 7;
inches. (New world's indoor, rec-
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