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TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1929

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DNDIGCAlfN OT AMONG ENTRANTS

Twenty Two Team 'Besids Those
F rom Uhlibio ' aVe Entered
igh Schoola Meet
LIST N6T VET COMIMETE
The Uniersity of Michigan's
fifth interscholastic indoor track
and field meet will get underway
this Friday and Saturday in the
Yost Field house. With an entry
list already totaling 22 and not yet
including the Chicago schools'
which are usually represented the
interscholastic authorities are
pointing to this event as the most
successful ever attempted.
it will be the first track meet
of the year in the Yost Field
House with the exception of the
interfraternity meet which is
scheduled for this evening, the
basketball floor being just moved
this week end.
NorthWestern Not In Yet
Among those teams which have
yet to signify its intention to enter
is Detroit Northwestern, last years'
winner, and successful last Satur-
day night in the defense of her
Detroit championship. Establish-
ing new records in the 880 and the
mlile the Colts ran up a total of
55 5-6 points to her nearest op-
ponent's, Northeastern's, 19 to an-
nex its ninth title in 10 years.
By virtue of this overwhelming
victory the defenders loom as1
favorites to retain their titlewon
last year over Northeastern by a
Scant point, 1018. Froebel, of
Gary, with 17 points gained third
place and made an impressive
showing. It is expected that the.
Hoosiers will make a determined
bid for the honors this year. Col-
umu etaanother team
Which figured prominently in last
years competition,. has entered
and is said to boast a strong
team.
Detroit Schools Entered
In addition to those teams al-
ready mentioned seven Detroit
schools, Northern, Central, North-
eastern, Southeastern, Redford,
River Rouge, and Dearborn have
signified t heirnentry.rTherxe-
mainder of the list includes Ann
Arbor, Benton Harbor, Jackson,
.Monroe, Muskegon, Saginaw, Wy-
andotte, Grand Rapids, Central
and Constantinerfrom this state.
Marion and Fort Wayne both
compose the Indiana entrants
along with Froebel of Gary. Scott
and Waite of Toledo, Ohio, com-
,plete the present list.
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(Continued From Page 6) to make the score Illinois 9 1-2
two minutes of equal work, Hewitt Michigan 7 1-2.'
lost the toss up and went behind Dougavito and Chambers added
to ride the Illini for the full four 1 1-2 points to each score by dup-
minutes, and broke loose in the licating the preceding bout. The
next period to gain the advantage Wolverine confined his activities to
once more and finish with a mar- trying wristlocks on Chambers, and
gin of five minutes and five sec- went beneath several times only to
onus. roll' away and gain the advantage
Minot Evens Score over the Illini, Chambers, how-
Minot, Illini three year veteran, ever, escaped as frequently as
evened the score by gaining an Dougavito, and though the latter
eight and a half minute advantage had a 52 second margin at the end
over Swanston in the next bout, of the regular bout, Referee Park-
with the Wolverine working hard er ordered an overtime period,
to prevent his more experienced which ended in another draw, Doug
opponent from gaining a fall, again having a slight advantage.
Captain Allie Morrison, Illini With the score 11-9 and two
Olympic titleholder, found Red El- bouts to go, Captain Bob Warren
liott, Michigan undefeated 138 dashed the Illini hopes by over-
pounder, a tough nut to crack. whelming Tonkoff, star sophomore
After two minutes of equal wrest- light heavyweikht. Warren, a nat-
ling, Morrison went below and ural 158 pounder, was greatly out-
broke loose after a minute to fin- weighed but returned to his last
ish the period on equal terms. After season's form just in time to out-
a hard fight in the second four class his opponent, but not until
minute session, Morrison pinned Tonkoff had given Michigan sup-
the Wolverine with but a minute porters some anxious moments.
remaining to give the Orange and Warren Shows Well
Blue its last win and an 8-3 lead. Warren, going behind, followed
Kelly Saves Record the Wolverines' habit of remaining
In the 148 pound fray Kelly add- on top the full four minutes, but
ed one more to his unbroken list came near being pinned by the
of wins by outclassing Flood. same hold he used against Tonk-
Michigan again lost the toss after l off, a wristlock, in the last two
two minutes of equal work, and |minutes, recovering to end the
Kelly went behind to ride Flood bout with almost pinning his op-
for the full period, nearly pinning ponent. The Maize and Blue lead-
the Illini several times. The Wol- er's five minute time advantage
verine broke away in 40 seconds of - --
the second session and took the Anh
offensive again as the bout closed. A aptures
Parker, another unbeaten Wol-j Two District Titles
verine, wrestled through ten min- ' _
utes of the regular bout and six Capturing two district court'
minutes overtime against Claypool, championships in the finals of the
to draw with the Illini veteran. tournament held Saturday night in
Claypool, going beneath after two Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor has reason to
minutes, was given a standing be proud of hier :high school teams.
position when thrown over 'theI In the 'Class C. finals the Univer-
ropes by Parker after 47 seconds. sity high school defeated Saline,
Parker broke away in three seconds 43 to 15, and St. Thomas captured
in the second session, but neither the Class D title by eliminating
gained an advantage during the Pinckney, 35 to 11. Ypsilanti Cen-
remainder of the bout, and dupli- tral was the winner in the Class B,
cated their performances in the six defeating Monroe 21 to 14, while
minute extra period. Parker re- Adrian qualified to be the third
mained Michigan's high point man, team selected for the regional,
however, garnering 1 1-2 counters trouncing Plymouth, 22 to 5.

k Meet Begins Here Friday
NFERENCE ITEAMS
TOUREYS'TWO CARDINAL STARS'HOSE
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che score 12-11.
Big Ed George, the second Mich-I
igan Olympic finalists, took things
easy in the final bout against
Weitz, merely holding the Illini
without trying to gain afall. The
Wolverine heavyweight clearly out-
classed his opponent and won by
a time advantage of almost nine
minutes to give Michigan revenge,
the meet, and the Conference mat
title.
TO M'AKE FINAL TR9Y

-Three conference meets will oc-
(Continued From Page 6) cupy the attention of Indiana Uni-
it was a difficult task guarding him versity's wrestling, indoor track
without committing a foul, and swimming teams this week.
To Ernest McCoy, Michigan, was Coach W. H. Thom's wrestlers will
aawarded one guard position and compete in the individual cham-
the captaincy of the'first team. The pionships at Purdue University
critics agred McCoy was the out- Friday and Saturday while the
standing guard and leader of the Crimson swimmer's are competing
race. Rangy and fast, he was a at Chicago in the .annual Big Ten.
great guard for the Wolverines and meet. The indoor track team will
rarely did any player score more enter the Illinois relays at Urbana,
than a field goal against him dur- Saturday. The swimmers will cor-
g one game. His guarding was pete in the state meet at the Butler
clean, as only 16 personal fouls field house tomorrow.
were called against him in 12
games. McCoy, who ended his col- Local fans will, -be entertained
lege cage career, comes from De-here this week end with the eighth
caget cannual state high school wrestling
Edmund Chmielewski, Wisconsin, tournament which is to be held
Edun d hmewrds Hws under the auspices of the Univer-
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(By Associated Press) the greatest surprise at Wisconsin
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., March this year. After serving ,ts a sub-#
11.-Major H. O. D. Segrave, Brit- stitute last year, he came back to
ish race driver, said today that his star as running guard this season.
forthcoming attempt to break the He was a great dribbler, fast floor
world's record of 207 miles an hour man and an excellent shot. H1e
on the ocean speedway here would I comes from Chicago and has an-
be the last speed trial he intends other year to play.
to make. Positions on the second team fell
The famous Enilish driver who to Johnny 11ow, Illinois, and Glen
Ihas won many of the outstanding Harmeson, Purdue, as forwards;
European races during the eight Elmer Tenhopen, Wisconsin, center
years he has been in the game, and captain; Douglas Mills, Il-
expects to retire and devote his linois, and Frank Marshall, North-
time to the autamotiie industry. western, as guards. How, who
"I would have retired after I scored 95 points, lost to Foster by
set a record of 203 miles an hour two votes for first team selection,
here two years ago in my Sunbeam I Harmeson lost out principally be-f
Special, Major Segrave said, "But cause of his inability to cage free{
when English engineers built the throws-he scored only eight while
Golden Arrow, I was so impressed tossing 36 field goals; Tenhopen
with its design and its -possibilities was almost a unanimous choice for
that I consented to bring it to this center, while Mills and Marshall
country in an effort to take the were wide winners for second team
record with me back to England." positions.
AShor Walkt For a Good Meal
This is the time of the year that a good meal really hits
the spot. The keen air gives a 'fellow a healthy appetite, and
there is nothing quite so fine for the appetite as a short walk to
Main St.-than a delicious meal-at the
A n Arbor Rsarn
215 S. Main St.

sity. Many entries are filed, Z. G.
Clevenger, director of athletics,
said today. Teams from every
corner of the Hoosier state will
compete. A record entry list is
expected.
Indiana's leading candidate for
a conference weight' division title,
Capt. Moss, will not be. able to
d enter the championship meet be-
cause of an injured. shoulder, re-
ceived at Ann Arbor two weeks ago.
Another Indiana entrant, Brannon,
who was considered 'as a probable
title contender, will, not enter be-
cause of a like injury.
Despite these losses Coach Thom
is depending on the remainder of
his heavier weight men to win a
title for Indiana. Last year the
Hoosier captain, Swain, won the
145-pound title, without much
competition. Scott, Olympic con-
tender in the 165-pound class, is
Indiana's best bet for a title. Some
other prospective winners are:
Ross, 155-pounds; Eakins, 115-
pounds; Schrader; heavyweight;
I and Weaver, 145=polm'ids.
KRENZ BREAkS kECORD
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, 'Cal.,
March 9.-Eric Krenz, blond giant
of the Stanford track and field
team, broke the world's record in
the discuss throw today with a
heave of 163 feet anmd eight 'and
three-fourth InChes. The throw
was witnessed and checked by
Amateur Athletic Union and Pac-
'ifhe Athletic Associa'tion officials.
Ouimet, former national amateur
"and open golf champion, may be
out of golf the entire season be-
cause of a serious abdominal op-
eration.

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