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T H-E M, J, C 1-14 OWN*, UIWO

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FOR CONFERENCE

INDIVID UA L

MEETAi

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SWIMMERS TO V
By Edward L. Warner
The .five ;remaiingevents inthe
Conference. tanikmeet, beingheldI
today and tmorrow at ;the Univer-
sity. of Chicag,< are=.J:ere in -
:cussed.
150 :Yard >:Bac -Stroke.:

IF FOR HONORS iSCHOOL CINDER STNR' .

PARKER IS HIGH POINT MAN

his 220 yard crown, Ault sl
win.. iut .still ,there is the pos
ityr that Liddle, the Hawkeye
Lance star, may prove a wor
opponent than expected:
The 220, yard swim is not a
meet event, so -it is rather ha,
cgetermIne the ability of~the va
entries. Wicks, of Northwes
who placed.'fourth last year, st
be among. the leaders. W atsc
Michigan will* also be a strong
tender, while Kieding of Ill
may prove. a threat. Lahti
Bates of Minnesota, Goldsmit
Michigan, or Collopy of Ni
{western. may. figure in the sec
1 30.0 Yard:Medley Relay.
With their regular combin,
p Hinch, Petersen, and' Soh
entered, Northwestern shoulc
able to win: the final event.
Purple trio holds the world's
Ord for= this distance. Nevertb
Michiganr will ,enter a team th
likely to press the Wildcats.
Wisconsin, with a victory
Michigan, may figure in the
I ng. Minnesota and Illinois ari
only other teams that deserve
sideration, on the basis of pre
performances.

should ! ~ TEEff fkfU Participating in all but twro var.-
ssibilI sity wrestling meets. this .season,.
e dis- Parker leadl the rest of. the; Wol-
rthier verine matmen for individual
With preliminaries scheduled for iscoring honors with a total of'
Ldual this evening : and finals in all. 22/ points to his credit. Kelly,.
rd to events slated: for tomorrow ngtwt 9 ons a h eod
arious# the University of Michigan's fifth l high point man for .the. Michigan
astern, annual interscholastic indoor track squad for the .current, season.
hould adfedmelclcnept t Neither of these men were~ de-,
ion ofi'f eated byopnnsete no
co tention turns. to the performancesousdofteWtrnCfrnc
iof' ovfer 40enrsnshfool2s.i'and were seldom in serious danger
feen sholsd of being defeated. In spite of.
th. of' eri 1rhetr,"wne having had very little experience
forth-thetieouoftefuyar prior to 'this year, Parker possessed
orn.that the meet has been held'Irng sufficient skill and strength to pin.
will present one of its ,Jk rng- his man in most of his bouts.: Onl y
iation est teams in. tle, defense oz her one opponent, .Claypool, of. Illinois,
Lwartz laurels. The Colts, by virtue, of a gave 'Parke ,r much trouble, forcing.
Id be walkaway in the'Detroit city meet, the Wolverine. into ,an overtime;
The, are considered as by far the best bout which ended in a4 tie.
rec- 'team, from Michigan,j Kelly, who. also remained unde-
aeles Opostion ' o cme'feated .to take second honors, .was,
hat: is largely ;from; Froebel High of Gary, 1 forced to be content with a ,tie=
last ya' unrp n h w in one bot earlier in the season,:
yea's unnrup an th tw The only. other Wolverine to: re--
over. Columbus, Ohio, entrants, East and udfae hsya as d
scor- Central. The Hoosiers trailed the Imain undrefeat oied thsa watE
re the winners, Northwestern, by but two ifteGeogiwoninedofthe sqnad-i at
,.c n on s a d etbih d rcr si wious the pole vaults 'and medley relay mester and proceeded to , syste-
mnatically dispose of his opponents,
race.. whenever it was, necessary, for

Coach. Keen to use him in a
match.
Hewitt did. not meet anyone in
the Big Ten of the calibre to either'
throw him. or gain a" time ad-
vaneage- but met one defeat dur-
ing the season at -.the hands, of
his, opponent in the W eft Virginia
match at the beginning of. the.
schedule. Elliott, another veteran1
returning to the, fold the second
semester, won all, but one. of. his:
bouts in four meets.
Captain Warren' was the only
member of the. Michigan- squad to
wrestle in all seven. of the meets.
on the Wolverine schedule. and'
wvon five of them. Perhaps' his out-
standing performance of the sea-
son was against Tonkoff' of Illinois
in 'the match. for the Western Con-I
ference, championship. The Wol-
yerine captain went out of his
usual 158. pound class. to defeat the
Illinois 118. pounder and put his.
team in the. -lead' in. this all im-
portant match.

z RSOSI LOVIL,
Two new additions to the base-
ball squad, Frank Lovell and Joe
Truskowski, have brought the list
of candidates to its final total ac-
cording to 'Coach. Ray Fisher. 'No.
others have signified any inten-
tions of. reporting for practice,
Lovell will, be another candidate'
for the first. base job left vacant
by the graduation of Bennie
Oosterbaan, Wahile Truslcowski. will,
be seeking a1catcher's berth. Big
Joe was. a.' relief catcher.Qon the
nine two years ago. Both. of these
men. were on the basketball. .teamn.
IThe diamond men concluded a,
short week of practice with the"
workout yesterday since only thie
battery; men will get into action.
today and: tomorrow. The inter-'
scholastic track meet cause~d the
canc elling of the regular sessions.

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