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SIX WVOLVERINE TRACKMEN G30 To ILLIIIOIS,
FIVE TO CLEVELAND FOR SEASONING RUNS'

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PJ'oan., Tarbiil, Austin,
Lomont, And McClellan'
Cojipete At lUrbana

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RELAYMEETSRIICKV
With- six trackmnen 'leaving for
Urbana this morning to compete in
individual events in the annual Il-
linois relay carnival, and a mile
relay quartet and a' sprinter enter-
ed "inY the Cleveland High school
meet .Saturday night, Coach Far-
relt's squad appears set for some of
the' seasomiing which the veteran
mentor claims is what the Maize
and Blue team needs most
Tolan, Tarbill, McClellan, Felker,
Austin, and Lorhont, accompanied
by Coach Farrell, will make. the
trip to the Indian camp, while
Grodsky, Freese, and Dale and Dal-
ton Seymour will compose the mile
relay team conmpeting against the
Buckeyes at Cleveland. Murray is
making the latter journey to run
against Kriss .of Ohio in a special
40 yard invitation event. 'u
Of the' W olverine entrants in the
Illinois meet, Tolan and Felker ap-
pear the surest point, winners,; al-
though both are' slated to meet
with plenty of comipetition in their
respective, events. Tolan, who took
second to' Simpson in 'the '60' yard
dash' in the Conference meet last
Saturday,, will have the Buckeye'
for competition' in the 75 yard
event at Urbana, while Elder of
Notre Dame, and Timm of Illinois
will also make strong bids for first
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was made. It should have read:

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'place, with the Irish sprinter fav-
ored over' the rest of the field.
Felker, who tied for first with-
five others in the high jump i
the Big Ten meet, will have nmuchl
the same field to compete against
and may have "to" better his. mark
of 6 feet 1 1-2 inches to win. Run-
ning in the '75 yard low hurdles for
the first- time this year, Tarbill will
oppose strong Indiian 'and Buckeye
entries in two Illinois sophomores,
Burchardt and Sentman, and{
Crooks, .Pierce, and Rockaway of
Ohio.
Austin, entered in the 1500 meter
run, has a 'chance to' take 'one of,
the latter places behind 'Martin of
Purdue and Stine of Illinois, while
Lomont, competing in the 100 yard
race, may surprise with a place
against the Illini victors in the, Big
Ten half 'mile, Orlovich; and White.
McClellan will enter the pole vault.
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IFRESHMAN BATTERYMEN I
(Freshman battery candidates
(are urged to report for practice . (
( any afternoon 'this Week at the J
(field house and ,bring their own

Tonight
and
Saturday
at
GRANGERI'
T'ikets $1.00
at Stater's

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yesterday afternoon' kindly' re-
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