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Jr16, 1929

FENCERS

WILL

OPPOSE

WISCONSIN

TODAY

-,.SWIMMERSENDANGER
I DEFEND1ING KAMPIOIN

CORNELLTRACK TF~yi SUMMARIES OF INTERSQOLASTIC TRACK MEET I TAFF BREAKS RECORD

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The Wolverines, although \defeat-
ed in early season dual meets by
the Conference championship Illi-
nois team and Chicago, have shown
steady improvement and are ex-
nected to reach the .500 percentr
class with a victory over the Car-
dinals. The Varsity won over the;
Buckeyes in the last dual meet.
Wisconsin's greatest strength ap-I
pears to lie in the foils events,
where Judson, who took third place
in the Big Ten meet, is expected
to clash with Captain Lazar in the
feature match. Lazar took fourth
in the tournament at Urbana, and4
should extend his Badger oppo-
nent to the limit. Stolpman, Wol-
verine veteran, and Friedman, a
sophomore, will be the other Var-
ity entries in this event.
Ainckie To Meet Gordon U
The Cardinals have another Con- _______
ference place winner in Binckie. - --
The Badger swordsman took fourth George Hubbell
behind Gordon of Michigan at Ur- Wolverine tank star, who will
bana, and will engage the Wolver- 'defend his 150 yard back stroke
ine in another battle of the third title in the Big Ten meet at Chi-
and fourth placers. Hammer will cago tonight. Hubbell defeated his
meet the second Wisconsin entrant great rival, Hinch of Northwestern,j
in the other bout in this event, to take first place last year.
Michigan, with Wiggers and Daw-
sett entered in the epee matches. INTRAMURAL SPO
should makte a clean sweep of all
the points. Wiggers won the Con- DRAWS TO CLOS
ference epee championship in the
Big Ten meet, and should have
little difficulty in outclassing any Tennis, Swimming, And Basketball i
Badger entry, while Dawsett is also Competition Reaches Semi-
ranked above any of the Cardinals. Final Rounds
Finishing up the preliminary,
EXPECT LARGE ENTRY rounds of all the events listed, the,
IN MAT TOURNAMENT ramural competon in winters
sports is drawing nearer the grand
finale to be held in the Intramural
Many entries in each of the.eight building next Wednesday, March
weight divisions are expected by 20. Four men have survived the
weight division are expected by early rounds of the indoor tennis
Coach Clifford Keen in the all- matches and will meet in the semi-!
campus wrestling tourney to be finals on Monday. Hammer will
held March 20 in connection with clash with Spencer and Beal will!
-the open house program fostered 1 meet McFarland to decide who
by the intramural department. will be matched with Rollin Clark
All members of the freshman in the other bracket of the semi-
wrestling squad, who have been i finals.
working out at Waterman gym! Qualify In Relays
under Coach Sauer, and the re-;The first qualifying heats of the
serve squad are expected to enter, Interfraternity relays have been
according to Coach Keen. The run "off, and Phi Sigma Kappa,
showing of the men in 'the all- holds the early round lead with'
campus tournament will determine the time of one minute and 40a
who will enter the Michigan A. A. seconds for the half mile.
U. meet which will be held in Showing fine swimming form;
Flint, March 30. All of the men the Soph Lits won the inter-class
will enter unattached, and will not I swimming championship in they
represent the University in the F finals last week. The interfrater-
tourney. The two meets will de- nity volley ball league has prog-
termine the men who will be ressed past the prellminary roundsj
awarded numeril, for wrestling, and leaves the winners of the-
Keen said. various leagues ready for the elim-
All entries must weigh in from inaton tournament. The novice'
3 to 5 o'clock on the afternoon of handball tournament, instigated
the tournament. for the beuenit of those whose
The eight weight classes run handball expericnce has been,
from 118 pounds to the unlimited . brief fitids Collins n e e t i gI
division. The preliminary bouts Schneidr in the final mai.ch tof
will be five minutes in duration be held at the 'iitratu;iJral build
while the fmials will las:i thrc ting Wednesday nighL.
minutes longer. In case of a draw Also f, this time the fraternity
two two-minute over-time periods basketball championships in both
will be added until a decision is "A"'and "B" leagues will be de-
reached. cided. In the "A" division Alpha '
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IN MEET AT CHICAGO
All the Big Ten records for a
short pool appear to be in danger!
today with the Conference swim-]
mers gathered at the University of:
Chicago for the annual meet. Most
of the marks have been bettered
in dual meets, and seem destined
,to be broken.
The oldest record on the books,
Faricy's time of 2:38.8 in the 200 1
yard breast stroke made in 1922,]
appears to be the most secure, al-
I though either Peterson of North-!
western or Meyer of Wisconsin may,
excel it. Darnall's mark of :53.21
seconds in the century free style]
also will be hard to beat.j
Schwartz or Walker will un-
doubtedly break the 40ryard sprint
record. The back stroke should
spe 'a new mark set, with incht
the likely man. If pressed Ault.
2should 'be able to better either the
220 01' 440 yard records, while'
Schwartz is also capable of that
feat. Northwestern's medley trio
will almost surely set a new record
in the 300 yard race, while the win-f
ner of the 160 yard relay may bet-
ter Michigan's 1928 mark.
B$ig Ten Records (60 foot pool)
40 yards--Brcycr, (Northwest-<
ern), 1925, :18.4.
100 yards-Darnall, (Michigan),
1928, :53.2.
220 yards-Schwartz, (North-
western), 1928.J
440 yards-Ault, (Michigan),j
1928, 5:04.-
150 yard back stroke-Hubbell,
(Michigan), 1928, 1:42.4.
200 yard breast stroke-Faricy,f
(Minnesota), 1922, 2:38.8.
160 yard relay-Michigan-1928.
300 yard medley relay-Michi-
gan-1928.
RT COMPETITION
E ON WEDNESDAY
Delta Phi will meet Phi Sigma
Kappa, while Sigma Chi clashesj
with Phi Sigma Delta in the "B"!
league.
The finals of the class basket-
ball, also one of the events of the
open house night, finds the Junior1
Business Ads meeting the Junior
Lits for the title.. The independent
league comes to a close at the ]
clash with the Rockets for the!
title in this division.
BADIERS ENTER TEAMS
IN ILLINI RELAY MEET
(Special To TheIuDaily)
MADISON, March 15.-Two relay
teams and five individuals have
been named by Coach Tom Jones
of Wisconsin to compete at the
University of Illinois relay carnival
Saturday. The Illini meet, per
haps the greatest indoor track
classic of its kind, will conclude the
season for the Badgers.
Wisconsin will be a contender in
two relay events. Jones will enter
his crack mile team, as well as a
four mile quartet composed of the
best distance men on the squad.
In the relay event at the Big Ten
meet last week the place winners
were chosen on time. The Badgers.
after winning their heat from
Michigan, tools second place, only
1-5 second be ind the fast Iowa
team. .
Tailoring

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whi c h includes Northup and
Maxim of Northwestern and DivickS
also of Froebel.
.Big Red Squad To Furnish Varsity Interscholastic Qualifiers
BFirst Dual Competition Of s 65 yard high hurdles-First heato
F Indoor Season 1 won by Keller,' (Columbus East; t
_ _r SasPenick, (Northwestern), and Ward t
(Northwestern) tied for second;
HOLD VICTORYOVER YALE third, Heston (Northwestern).
Second heat won by Kish (Froe-
Cornell's Red and White track bel); second, Glickert (Toledo
team, which will invade Yost field Scott). Best time by Keller--8:8.
house next Saturday in the an- 50 yard dash-First heat won by
nual meeting of the Farrell and Oliver (Det. Cass); second, Den-
Moakley coached squads to pro- nis (Northwestern); third, Wat-!
vide the first dual competi' :on 01 son (Det. Eastern).
the, year for the Wolverine, is ex- Second heat won by Beatty (Det.
pected to give the Varsity plenty Northwestern); second, Proctor,v
of trouble, according to advance (Columbus Central); third, Nun-s
reports from Ithaca. gnis (Froebel). Best time by Proc-
Veterans Available tor-5:7.
With a number of veterans back, 440 yard dash--First heat wong
the Cornell thinclads have had one by Dykas (Northwestern); second,
of their most successful seasons in Boston (Highland Park). u
ren yeasrs. The Red and White Second heat woh by Schatte
team annexed 19 1-2 points to take (Monroe); second, Daniels (Col- t
fourth in the Eastern Intercollegi- umbus Central).
ate meet, and upset a strong Yale Third heat won by Oldfield
squad, 58-55, last Sauraay, out- (Flint-); second, Butler (Toledo
classing the Blue in the field and Scott).
long run events. Fourth heat won by Burgess
In Captain Anderson, Wickham,
and Levy, Coach Moakley has a HOLD TOURNEY
trio of weight heavers a- capauice
of tossing the 16 pound shot over FOR "Y" TITLE
45 feet, which should prove suffi-c
cient to outclass any MichiganI
competition. Colyer, Cornell's soph- 'Teams From Four Cities To Plays
omore pole vaulter, cleared over 13 Today For State Y. M: C. A.
feet in the Yale meet, although Championship Here
relegated to second place byt
Sturdy's 13 feet 7 inch a Winners of the four district Y.j
Strong In ]Gong uns M. C. A. class "A" basketball chain- c
Other strong Ithaca trios shut pionships will meet here this aft-
out the Yale entries in the mile ernoon to decide the+state cham-
and two mile runs. Eldridge, who # pion. Ann Arbor, Detroit, Muske-1
took second in the dual meet here gon, and Saginaw are the teamst
last year, led Hendricks and Brum- which will appear in the semi-final
der to the tape in the former and final gamnes, both rounds to be"
event in the time' of 4:36 1-5, while played today.
two more Cornell veterans, Lever- The first round is sheduled for
ing and Benson, finished one-two 12o'clock this afternoon at the In-=
in the longer run, followed by Bea- tramural building, while the final
man. I game for the title and the'game
Wolf, Cornell high jumper, clear- for the consolation title will bey
ed 5 feet 10 3-8 inchs to tie for started at 7:30 in Waterman gym.
first in the high jump against Yale Bennie Oosterbaan, Franklin Cap-
but in other events the Red anc pon, and Ray Courtright will act
White entries bowed to the Eli as officials for these games. No
men. Meinig and Dulaff were admission will be charged at the
forced to be content with thirds in 'games in the Intramural building,
the 75 yard dash and quarter mile but a charge of 50 cents will be
respectively, while the Ithaca .made for the contest in the even-
hurdlers fared little better, Young ing.
garnering second in'the high bar- These four teams are. the ones
rier event and third in the low which have survived the four divi-
hurdle race. 1 sional tournaments which have
'been played throughout the state
to decide which teams will be
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(Northwestern); second, Hershey
(Western). Best time made by
Schatte-53.9.
880 yard run--First heat won by
Thomason (Northwestern); sec-
ond, Rieman (Toledo Waits);
third, Travis (Kalamazoo Cen-
tral).
Second heat won by Eknovitch
(Northeastern); second, Mullins
(Froebel); third, Zapalski (Det.
Western).
Third heat won by Sonnenberg
(Wyandotte); seco'id, Hunt (Det.
Northern); third, Gryskiewicz
(Det Western). Best time by Son-
nenberg-2:10.6.
65 yard low hurdles-First heat
won by Oeatty (Northeastern);
second, Penick (Northwestern).
Second heat won ' by Heston
(Northwestern); second, Schwen-.
ger (Det. Central).
Third heat won by Keller (Col-
umbus East); .second, Ward
(Nortwestern); Beatty .and Keller
tied for best time with 7.7.
TWO flADOERS ELECTED
TO CAPTAINPUCK TEAM
(special To The Daily)
MADISON, March 15.-Wiseon-
sin's 1930 hockey team will be
captained by the two be-spectacled
forwards who have starred in the
Badgers' forward line the past two
seasons, Gil Krueger of and Don
Meiklejohn.
The former was the midget of
the Big Ten this winter. Meikle-
john, who was captain of t:4e Wis-
consin puck team this year, is the
regular center. "Bobby" Ocock,
speed skater, has been chosen to
lead Wisconsin's winter sports
team next year.

Sets New Indoor Mark In 220 Yard
. Backward Event Thursday
Coliseum Races
OLYMPIC STARS PERFORM
By breaking one existing indoor
record and showing some very fine
acrobatic skating besides, Art Staff
of the Dexter Skating Club of De-
troit marked himself as the fea-
ture skater of the evening in the
skating carnival at the Coliseum
Thursday night. In the 220 yard
backward skating event Staff
flashed around the course to a new
indoor record for the event, mak-
iiig the distance in 27 seconds to
eclipse the old time by one second.
O'Neill Farrell and Eddie Mur-
phy. American Olympic stars from
Chicago, put on two fine exhibi-
tion races in the mile and 440,
Murphy winning the former and
Farrell taking the latter in fast
times considering the difficulty of
skating on so small a rink. Sev-
eral women's skating events were
on the program including the 220
yard dash and the half mile event.
The best of the men's racing
events were the 220 yard sprint,
the 440 and the two mile, Hopp-
men of Detroit, winning the latter.
During the meet Art Staff gave a
fine exhibition of acrobatic skat-
ing by leaping over 12 chairs laid
on their sides on the ice. Follow-
ing the racing and fancy skating
events the ice was opened to the
costumed skater's carnival.

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