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DECGIDES ON MEETS
Four Conference Meets Remain
Unsettled After Coaches
MINNESOTA GE1tS TRACK
As a result of the meeting of the
coaches of the Big Nine at Chicago
to draft schedules for the coming
season, three Conference cham-
pionship events have been awarded
to different schools. Indoor and
outdoor track championship meets,
as well as the Conference swim-
ming meet, are the only ones al-
ready decided, with tennis, wrest-
ling, fencing, and golf meets fe-
maining to be settled later.
Northwestern has been given two
of the three Conference champion-
ship meets to date: Both the out-
door track meet and the Confer-
ence swimming meet go to thel
Wildcat institution, while Minneso-.
ta has been given the indoor track
meet for the coming season.
The indoor track rneet at Minne-
apolis is scheduled to take place
on March 7 and 8, while the out-
door championships at Evanston
will take place on May 30 and 31.
Both the swimming and wrestling
championships will octur on March
14 and 15, the swimming meet at
Evanston and the wrestling meet
at some school as yet undecided.
Also undecided are the schools at
which will-be held the fencing, golf,
and tennis championships.
Inasmuch as Michigan has not
been awarded'ahy of the Big Nine
championships yet, it is probable
that at least one of those remain-
ing unnamed will be assigned to
take place at Ann Arbor. The gen-
eral impression was that the swim-
ming meet would be given to Mich-
igan, and it came as a distinct sur-
prise that Northwestern was given
It is expected, however, that the
coaches will meet together again in
the near future and decide on the
schools that are to be the hosts for
the remainder of the meets.
SOUTH BEND-Coach Keogan of
fotre Dame will face an excep-
tionally hard basketball schedule
with only three veterans.
IOWA CITY-In an effort to get
back in the good graces of the
Western Conference, Iowa has rul-
ed ineligible its basketball captain.
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NEW PENN LEADER
April 23-Ohio, here.
April 25-Syracuse, here.
April 26-Syracuse, here.
April 90-Chicago, here.
May 1-Colgate, there.
May 2-Colgate, there.
May 3-Northwestern, here.
May 6--Chitago, there.
May 7-Purdue, here.
May 10-Illinois, here.
May 16-Northwestern, there.
May 17-Illinois, there.
May 19-Ohio, there.
May 23-Puide there.
May 24-Wisconsin there.
May 31-Wisconsin, there.
Feb. 22-Chicago here
Mar. 7-Indoor Conf. Meet, Mm-
Mar. 8-Indor Coif. Meet, Min-
MAr. 14-Ind or Interscholastics,
Mar. 15-Indboo Interscholastics,
Mar. 15-Iinois Relays,, Urbana
Mar. 22-Cornell there
Apr. 25-Penn & Ihake Relays
Apr. 26,Penn & Drake Relays
May 3-Ohio Relays
May 9-Outdoor Interscholastics,
May 10-Outdoor Interscholas-
May 10-Illinois here
May 17-Minnesota there
May 24J-Ohio here
May 30=-West. ConfI. meet at
May 31-West. Conf. meet at
June 13--N. I. A. A. meet
June 14-N. I. A. A. meet
Feb. 15-Wisconsin, there.
March 1-Ohio State, there.
March 8-Chicago, there.
March 22-Illinois, here.
HONORED BY ILLIN1
h il ', t au" Fesler . of Ohio,
G [thi tOT given a first team
Two rnore Wolverine,, are hon-? berth by most of
or d, with the placing of Al Steinke the authoritioc.
and Bill Hewitt on the all-Confer- was relegated t
fe he second eleven
fence eleven In dropping Har-t
selected by!~5~t h n
s e~ c e bymeson to the 2nc
George F. Tau- team, Taubenec
beneck, sports !ommented tha
editor of the the Purdue stag
.D a i1 y Illini, had never calle
Bud Poorman, signals in his life
another pro- Many critics havej
minent W o1- b e e n awarding
verine, is given Harmeson t h e
a tackle post quarterback post
on the second :n all-Conference
t e a m. Illinois teams.
I EDITOR H
Last Year's Winners Provew
Easy Winners Over
Hewitt N o r t hwestern
Iowa, Purdue, and Michigan eachi
yiaced two men on the first all-
star aggregation, while Minnesota's1
Bronko Nagurski took the other
position. In commenting on his se-
sections, 'Taubeneck considered
Frosty Peters as the most valuable,
player in the (former) Big Ten.
Illinois played great football when
Peters was in the lineup, but when
he was out, the' soul of the attack
seemed missing. He also had the-
faculty of calling the right play at
the right time. For these reasons
he was accorded the quarterbact
Appraising the ends, Hewitt look-
ed like a winner to Taubneck,
The honor elevens
Illini critic follow:
and Sleight (Purdue)
i eta n.
Phi Kappa Psi defeated Theta
Chi yesterday afternoon in th
wind-up of the inter-fraternity
swimming tournament, and annex-
ed the championship by their 26-15
The points were awarded as fol-
lows: first place, 5 points; second
Steinke ,place, 3 points; third place, 1 point.
of the Daily ! No man gained a total of more than
The summary of the events is as
. I follows: 25 yard free style, Kirn,
higan) and first; Kapplan, second, both of Phi
Kappa Phi; and Townsend, Theta
(Minnesota) Chi, third , time 11 sec.
25 yard back stroke, Crego, Theta
Chi, first; Hodgson, and Orr, Phi
[ichigan) and Kappa Psi, second and third, time
nois). 25 yard breast stroke, Vose, Phi
ors (Illinois). Kappa Psi, first; Power, Theta Chi,
N (Iowa) and second; Smith, Phi Kappa Psi,
third, time 16:3 sec.
(Northwest- 100 yard relay, won by Theta Chi,
Power, Townsend, Crego, and Fos-
sum, time 49 sec.
gm. Fancy diving, Bo ttler, Phi Kap-
State) and pa Psi, first; Smith Phi Kappa Psi,
i a second; Fossum, Theta Chi, third.
Illmnois) and Following the swimming meet,
Theta Chi defeated Phi Beta Delta
(Northwest- in the championship water polo'
nois). game, 4-2. Crego took the offend
(Chicago). sive and was the outstanding play-
on (Purdue) er of the game, aided materially by
sota). two of his teammates, Fossum and
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wall m oine was rated among the ern) and crane (Illin
best guards in - the Conference. Quarterback-Stagg
Kawal performed brilliantly at Halfbacks-Harmes
center all season, being especially and Pharmer (Minne
outstanding in the Army game. Fullback--Rebholz
who ran 102 1yr'ds for a touch-
down against Cornell, will be Penn-
sylvania's 1930 grid captain.
7:00--Crain vs. Shetter.
7:00-'Helpern vs. Roehm.
7:00-Everett vs. Hobart.
7:00-Smith vs. Rendleman.
7:00-Stander vs. Phelps.
7:00-Ricklin vs. Collins.
Phi Beta Pi vs. Kappa Nu.
7:30-ohnson vs. Wilson.
4-Michigan State at Mich-
Oct. 11-Purdue at Michigan.
Oct. 18-Michigan at Ohio State.
Oct. 25-Illinois at Michigan.
Nov. 8-Michigan at'Harvard.
Nov. 151-Minnesota at Michigan.
Nov. 22-Chicago at Michigan.
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