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SUNDAY, -JANUARY 20, 1929
FARRELLMEN PREPARE FOR INDOOR TRACK
MET;LABE ,SOVAD WORKS OUT DiLY
(Continued From Page Six) The low hurdle event will bel
Ing a large field over the six lap taken care of by Tarbell and Kin-
distance to break the tape in ney, two members of last year's
3:26 4-5. Varsity squad, and Potter, who
Benson and Austin, two promising earned his freshman numerals at
sophomore - cross-country letter Yale. Tarbell failed to win a let-
winners, finished in order behind ter last year due to injuries which3
Wuerfel, while Monroe, Varsity kept him out of competition the
miler, took fourth place. Coach latter part of the season, while Kin-'
Farrell expressed himself as satis- nev competed in most of the meets.
fied with the race, declaring the Kinney has been improving in
time good for so early in the sea- the high hurdles, however, and is
son. The other prospects for places expected to lead the Wolverines in
on the relay team included Grun- this event. Potter will also compete
ow, Jesson, Turner, and Lawson. over the high sticks.
Wuerfel Leads Two Milers Coach Farrell will have three men
Cross-country men appear to who have been clearing 12 feel con-
dominate the two mile event at sistently to use in the pole vault.
present also, with Captain Wuerfel Eardley and Erickson are members
of the harriers, and Jesson and of last year's Varsity, while Pottle,
Aubrey, who won their letters dur- a sophomore, has been competing
ing the fall season, the most on even turns with the veterans.
promising candidates. Wuerfel Michigan will have another letter
won his "M" in the long event last winner, Chapman, in the broad
year. jump, as well as Arendt, who was
Michigan also has a letter winner,, on the 1928 squad. Dahlem, Var-
Lamont, in the 880-yard run, while sity halfback during last season,
Mueller, star half miler of last appears the most likely new pros-
year's freshman team, appears to be pect.
at least the equal of the Varsity Felker, 1928 letter winner, hasj
runner. Wertz and Isople are the been clearing six feet consistently.I
other prospects in this event. in the high jump, and is the out-
The 440-yard run seems likely to standing performer in this event.
be a family affair on the Wolverine Poorman, another "M" man, who
side, with the Seymour twins, D. A. has been getting 42 feet regularly,
and D. G., the best quarter milers and Brooks, a sophomore, will take
on the squad. Freese, a member of care of the shot putting assign-
last year's mile relay team, and ment for the Wolverines.
Baker and Colby, sophomores, are Besides the above men, who will
the other entrants in this event. make bids for places on the indoor
The outstanding lack of material team, several candidates have
at present seems to be in the been working out for the outdoor
sprints, where Grodsky, Tolan, and field events. Captain Ketz and
Murray are the only men available Knoepp are the only men who have
for the 100 and 220-yard dashes. reported for the hammer and jave-
Tolan, star of the 1928 freshman lin throws as yet, but Carlson, a
squad, has been beating Grodsky, letter winner, Williams, Varsity
who won a letter last year in this guard, and Brooks have all been
event, while Murray, another soph- practicing for the discus throw
omore, is the only other prospect. event.

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