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CONFERENCE

EXPECT INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES
TO FEATURE INTERSCHOLASTIC MEET
Heston And Beatty Loom As Record the mark held by Cavanaugh, an-
Rreakers In High And other Colt star, by seven full sec-
Low Hurdles onds. These performances seem
to insure a strong showing by .the
With Northwestern already con- defending titlehlders in the dis- I Tolan, Tarbill,
ceded a decided edge for team hon- tance events. Appear C
ors in the fifth annual interscholas- In the sprints the Colts will de-1Illi
tic University of Michigan invi- pend on Pennick and Dennis to
tational indoor track and field pick up a few points. Pennick is.
meet by virtue of her overwhelm- given the best chance to finiah OTHERS i
ing victory in the defense of her well up in the running in his spe-
Detroit laurels, attention is- being cialty the 220. Beatty probably l Although C
centered on individual perforr- will be entered in this event and has not defin
ance. in this case there will be at least just who hei
Eugene Beatty, Northeastern's a trio of athletes from Detroit nois RelaysN
star all around performer and with a fair chance to cop top hon- for this week.
seond to his teammate Snowden ors and to follow in the footsteps eral men who
in last year's classic in the local of Eddie Tolan, winner in 1927, of making the
indoor event, will in all probability and Love Snowden, of Northeast- verine sopho
be the most carefully watched ern, last year's victor. * Tolan, who gf
athlete in the meet. The Falson l The Colts will look to their pole battle in the
negro holds the national inter- vaulters, Northup and Maxim, to meet will go1
scholastic mark for the low hur-.j add to their total. However, it is resent Michig
dles and has tied the record in the expected that outstate compeition Tarbill is ar
high hurdles. will monopolize honors in this shown enough
Jack Heston, of Northwestern, event. Last year Froebel high of low hurdles s
turned in a decisive win over the Gary mnocked off the top position feels certain t
Faleen i, tar iverthe hiha hier,Q,in this feature. meet. Austin

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O RECORD-BREAKING BRITISH CAR
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Austin And Lamont
ertain To Enter
nois Meet
) TO CLEVELANDt
Coach Steve Farrell
nitely decided as yet
will send to the Illi-
which are scheduled
-end, therebare sev-I
r-appear to be certainj
e trip. The star Wol-I
more sprint; artist
ave Simpson a great
Conference IndoorI
to the relays to rep-i
an in the dashes. j
nother man who has
form in the 75 yard
o that Coach Farrell
hat he will go to the'

NORTHWESTERN AND ILLINOIS TEAMS
LEAD BIG TEN IN DUAL TANK MEETS

With the dual meet swimming
season practically at an end, the
standings show that Illinois and
Northwestern tied for the Confer-
ence dual meet title. Although the
Illini won four meets and North-
western only registered three vic-
tories, there is little doubt but that
the Wildcats are greatly superior.

in the 1500 meter Th wea emn the Cont

Saturday night and came very I FRESHMAN CAGE SQUAD I
close to extending- the nation- } HOLDS SPRING PRACTICE
al titleholder in the lows. The I
hurdle events should also see } Spring basketball practice for
competition from outstate which I several of the more promising I
should extend the Detroit favor- I freshmen court players has I
ites. been inaugurated by Coach I
In winning its ninth; city track George Veenker. The yearlings }
championship in 10 years North- I will practice three days a week }
western shattered existing records I at the new Intramural building, I
in the 890 and the mile runs. The j the sessions, to -continue until }
dusky Thompson turned the trick } spring vacation.
in the 880 while Hurd shattered o
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By Morris Quinn r Wisconsin and Chicago both
Team balance was the deciding showed strength in certain events'
factor in Iowa's ' surprise victory ' but were woefully weak in others,
over the haughty Illini trackmen while Ohio State, Indiana, North-
in the nineteenth annual indoor' western and Purdue boasted a few
Conference track and field cham- individual stars apiece but also
pionships last week end at Iowa lacked the balance necessary to
City. The Hawkeyes registered their round out a formidable outfit.
29,2, points, by placing men in no Minnesota made by far the poorest
less than 7' of the 10 events on the showing of any ofthe Big Ten
program. s .
The Old Gold team s nlne Michigan's entry, a squad of
point win over the Gilmen 16 men, performed creditably
came as a. distinct surprise to considering the fact that the
many Big Ten critics as the In- Wolverine thin-clads were the
dians qualified 11 men to 7 for only outfit in the meet that
the Hawks in tbe preliminaries 'had not had the benefit of at
Friday- night, after having
trounced them badly in aduel least one dual meet.
meet the week before. (Continued On Page 7)

race and Lamont in the 1000 yard I of the weak teams in the Confer-
event also seem to be sure en- ence, including Indiana and Pur-
trants. To this number may be due, but failed to oppose either
added Felker in the high jump Northwestern or Michigan, the
and the possibility of one man in squads which are expected to fight
the pole vault, and with one or it out for the Big Ten title this
two more men entered in other wek ntebss fcmaaie
events his team will be complete. i week. On the basis of comparative1
t eCompete. times both the Wolverines and
Relay Team Not To Compete Wildcats appear to be far superior
Contrary to the usual custom, to the Illini.
there will be no relay team enter- Last season Illinois tied for dual
ed in the Illinois meet as the meet honors with Michigan, yet in
aWolverine mentr does wnot feel, the Conference meet they finished'
that he has a team which'willtin a tie for fourth place with Iowa.
mreit the trip there. At the start Three teams that Illinois failed to
of the season Coach Farrellex- meet in dual competition, Michi-
pected to have a winning relay!aNrhetradMneoa
team, but as the season progress- gan, Northwestern, and Minnesota,
ed, the men failed to develop as
he had expected.
While the Illinois Relays are in
progress Saturday evening the'
one-mile relay team will run an
High School as a feature of an
interscholastic track meet to be
held there. Ohio State and teams
from some eastern schools oppose
the Wolverines in this race which
should furnish some excellent ex-
perience for Coach Farrell's men.
Tarbill, who will be at the Illi-
nois meet, will probably be replaced
by either Grodsky or Cooper.
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all finished ahead of the Illini.
This year Illini will be fortunate
to place third.
Big Teri Standings
Won Lost Pct.
Northwestern......3 0 1.000
Illinois. .........4' 0 1.000
MICHIGAN........3 1 .750
Iowa.............3 1 .750
Chicago. .........2 2 .500
Wisconsin.........2 3 .400
Indiana...........1 4 .200
Minnesota ..... ....0 3 .000
Purdue .............0 4 .000
0 0.
I CAGERS MAKE FEWEST
FOULS IN CONFERENCE
Michigan's basketball team f
duplicated its last year's rec-
ord by again committing the I
least number of personal fouls
in the Big Ten. Again only 95
infractions were called where-
[ as Minnesota set a new league
1 record with 161.

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