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Coach 'Steve Farrell picked 17, lS I F hw N bbISUU L HD u v ILJ li
Wolverine Varsity trackinen to rep- -rIr ~nirh~1ITIPfff EO f
resent the Maize and Blue at the____ NTHSI______________
twentieth annual Western Confer Seventy Three Enter in Sixth' Purdue and Illinois Were Only smooth working Michigan team. A
ince indoor track meet to be held Annual Interscholastic Fives to Show Superior sound 33-16 spanking was admin-
on March 7 and 8 2t Minneapolis.Tury.Spio
Th Michigan tra Mileave Tank TourneyBrand of Play. istered to them and the Wolves
The Michigan trackimeni will leave were wll embarked on what was
Ann Arbor for this meet Thursday RECORDS LIKELY TO FALL INDIANS UPSET DOPE hoped would bring another title to
morning. Ann Arbor.
Some of the strongest competi-; Seventy-three entries represent Although Coach Veenker's Wol- Beat Pen.
tion ever presented at the Big Tenn ing 16 different schools will take verine basketeers did not success- Against Pennsylvania the Mchi-
indoor meet is expected to attend 1art in Michigan's sixth annual in- 1fully defend their Conference title
/ gan men showed that they could
the meet this year and in view of vitational interscholastic swimming :this season, they compiled a record play up to standard on a long trip
the records of the various Confer- meet which will be held Saturday which is not to be ashampd of. and whipped the strong Penn team
ence teams so far this year the iin the Intramural Sports Building....f. $.RThe Michigan quintet had to cope 27-24. Pennsylvania was consider-
Wolverines are not conceded a The preliminary events will be held! with a difficult fourteen-game Cd one of the "strong men" of the
chance of finishing within the first at 10:30 o'clock Saturday morning schedule against nine different
'hree places. teams, and at the end of that slate east and a win over them looked
The men who will make the trip While the finals will get underway only two of the nine had shown mighty good. I
are Eddie Tolan and Campbell ir it 7:30 o'clock in the evening. ! 1 superiority over the Maize and Michigan kept up, the whirlwind
the dashes; Dale Seymore, Dalton Most notable of all the entries ! Blue. pace in the last practice game of
Seymore, Russell, and Mosser in is that of Cannon of Syracuse Con- Purdue and Illinois were the only the season against Albion, and ran
the quarter mile; Benson, Chase, tral High School of New York. Can- squads which could emerge from up the highest score of the season
iMcLaughlin in the half smile; Wolf ;
and D'Anna in the mile; Poorman fnon is to be remembered as the the Michigan game on the long end against the teachers, 51-9.
i and Brooks in the shot put; Felker 'anky paddler from Lakewood, Ohio, o the count, and both of these Win the Conference.
in the high jump; Potter in the high school who dominated the i- teams won two games from the In the Conference season opener
I udls adPoteinte oe ~~la ' struggling Wolves. Illinois. with a
hurdles; and Pottle in the pole iividial scoring honors by winning supposedly weaker team than the at Minneapolis, Minnesota proved
tre . te ilhe 200 and placing second in the Wolverines upset the dope both at no mate for the Veenker-men and
The entries50the gwirter mile{5o and 100 yard free style num- the Yost Field house and in Cham- fell before their attack 32-17. In
run will also represent the Maie B' Balard,:f.D.......orhernpaign to effectively spike whatever the next game, however, at Purdue,
according to the announcementa Bud Ballard, of Detroit Northern, hopes Coach Veenker had of fin- the powerful Boilermakers dealt a
Coach carrell. ho has heen going great guns this w ishing in first or second place. The severe blow to Michigan title hopes
oa Frrel_ - year will take up the fight to retain ± w k championship Boilermakers put a by taking a 23-19 decision. Tvo
--- - the 50 and 100 yard free style i*powerful team on the floor this days later Illinois delivered another
SWIMMING TEAM NTIChampionships hich he won last year and well deserved both of push at the Field House by sur-
yer.Livingstone Oliver of Detroit their wins. prising the Wolverines and win-
A orthwinte hos le ve h Ohio Wesleyan proved to be high- ning a 24-18 game.
All members of the Varsity the srt r e ly over-rated in their appearance For the next three games Michi-
'comig temro t Re and the sprint marks promise to be td: in Yost Field house to open the sea- gan went undefeated, winning
o'clock this afternoon at Rent- Hwhld son and were no match for a from Indiana by 45-26 count in the
schler's studio to have the a- i and nin m Weiss best game the home team played
nual team Picture taken. Bring , this year, Minnesota 26-13, and
tank suits. scholastic swimming circles for the Forward on the Wolverine quin- Iowa to Defend Title Chicago 29-16. These teams were
Coach Matt Mann at g the past season, is one k eet no match for the avenging Maze
great team demolished by gradua- l of the most promising sophoiores Iand Blue, and the chances of fin-
tion her only chance for an indi- to be developed at Michigan in re- (Special to The Daily) ishing the season without a defeat
^~-_____ _ _vidual championship appears in the cent years. Although small as IOWA CITY, Mar.'4.-Following appeared good.
back stroke number with Drysdale, Big Ten basketball players go, he the official decision to send the State Wins.
the best bet. team to the Western Conference However in the annual game be-
e Northwestern and Northern prom- possesses plenty of speed and a indoor track and field champion- tween Michigan and Michigan
ise to lead in the fight for team deadly eye for the basket. Weiss ships and the Illinois relay carni- State at the dedication of the new
honors, with the former winner of was one of the answers to Coach val, University of Iowa athletes be- Field House at East Lansing the
~the Detroit city title last Saturday Veenker's prayers at the beginning gan concentrated training for the Spartans upset their rivals. and
unfailing eye for the basket, drop- night a slight favorite. Redford. of the season for two capable mn events two weeks ago. won a one point decision, 27-26.
- ( ping no less than 18 field goals Eastern, Lansing Central, Highland to replace the veterans lost from The Hawkeyes will pass up the Two more games passed with the
through the meshes. Considering, Park, and Royal Oak should finish Central Intercollegiate conference Wolves performing up to pre-sea-
the previous success of Michigan's well up in the scoring. Other team lameet at Notre Dame in favor of the i son predictions and taling down
defense this season, it can be list- entries for the meet include South- regular member of the Wolverine Big Ten title affair at Minneapo- Indiana again this time 21-18, and
ed as quite an accomplishment forrI lineup for several games. lis, March 7 and 8. Then, on March Chicago 30-15. Here however the
Ann Arbor, Univer ity High of Ann 15, relay teams and individual Illinois jinx went to work again
the visitors. Michigan State ha d Arbor, Roosevelt of Ypsilanti, River UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO - event men will compete in the Illini and the Indiana went wild in the
h Wolperies uigusc31.pgins ia Rouge, Pontiac, Lansing Eastern, 1 games at Urbana. second .half of .the . game and
SWverines, running up 31 points in and Syracuse, N. Y. Central. Favor for the continued sale of beer It will be the task of. the Iowans swamped a badly disorganized
t the game at mast Lansing. --within the University grounds was ito defend the Big Ten team chamn- Michigan team 30-17. In the last
This man Murphy is a won - GYMNASTIC TEAM registered yesterday when the stu- pionship won last year in the Iowa I game of the season Pudue found
i der when it comes to putting dents of the University of Toronto field house. Coach George Bres- their scoring eyes in exceptionally
Almnwhntoroufr vtsnteqsin Balggnahan's athletes made 29 2-3 good shape and administered the
the ball through the hoop. Ie All men wishing to try out for voted on the question. By a large points, upsetting the favorite, Illi- worst beating of the year, 44-28.
takes full advantage of his the gymnastic team are to re- majority of the heavy voting the inois, scorer of 20 5-6 points. This was' the highest score 'made
great height, and in addition port to E. R. Townsley at 3:30 "wets" showed their power. Of the Iowa's veterans will be led by against the undefeated Boilermak-
he has an accurate shootig the mainefloor fteran ten ballot boxes, only three voted Henry Canby, the pole vaulter, who ers this season, but their score -also
ysmaium.r f"dry" while the other seven were in 1929 created the Big Ten indoor was the highest made against the
ing with him like a leech, he ymnasium. decidedly "wet." I record of 13 feet, 7 inches. Wolves.
cired no less than six baskets

By Edward L. Warner.
Anyone's doubts as to the effi-
ciency of Purdue's basketball tearn
were dispelled last night if he or
she attended the exhibition of the
cage sport which the Boilermakers
put on at Michigan's expense. The
Purdue quintet was just about the
smoothest/ combination that has
appeared on the field house court
since Pittsburgh trounced the Wol-
verines. 49-39, in 1928.

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With only Chicago's lowly
five remaining on the sched-
ule, the Boilermakers should
finish the Conference season
without a defeat. They have
rung up nine victories in the
rid Ivhnuld 'keen their

race, an sn .cLUj ou j1JCCU p ' ," 1
perfect record against Chicago. tossing several of them back
Butler and Montana State are over his head from difficult
the only teams that have van- angles.
quished Purdue this season.
- Glenn Harmeson, Boilermaker
Coach "Piggy" Lambert's five forward, played one of the best
was at the top of its form last ! cage games of his career last night,
night. The Boilermakers had an (continued on Page 7)

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