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Iowans and Badgers StampedI
as Favorites to Win
SHAW LEADS JUMVIPERS
While not doped to win the West-
ern Conference indoor track meet
tomorrow and Saturday at Minne-
apolis, the 17 Wolverine trackmen
are expected to place in the upper
bracket while several of the indi-
viduals on the team may rank high
in the various events. The Michi-
gan squad will leave for the north-
land at 9:30 this morning and will
arrive at the scene of the meet Fri-
According to the pencil work
done by the dope experts, the meet
is likely to become a duel between
Iowa, last year's champion and
Wisconsin, champion in 1927. Nev-
ertheless either Indiana or Chicago
are strong enough to scramble the
results of the different events and
perhaps take the title.
'Wisconsin has had an unusually'
successful season this year, having
defeated Ohio State, Chicago, and
Northwestern in a quadrangular
meet, beat Minnesota and swamped
Notre Dame's powerful team 54 to
32 last Saturday. The Badgers
hope to take two or three first
places, but in view of the high cal-
ibre of competition in all events,
'it is doubtful if they will be able
to win more than one event.
Ted Shaw, who has been high
jumping consistently at 6 feet, 2
inches, is the one Badger repre-
sentative most likely to win five
first place points. No other track-
man in the Big Ten has been com-
ing within half an inch of his
heighth so far this season.
The all around team strength of
Iowa, however, has made the
Hawkeyes the favorite to win the
championship for the second con-
secutive time at Minneapolis. Iowa,
hopes were further heightened by!
the announcement that the broad
jump would be included in the list
of events in as much as the lanky
Edward Gordon, of' the Hawkeye
squad is the outstanding performer
in this event in the Conference.
Michigan's logical entry to win a
first place is Eddie Tolan, but the
Michigan flash has not been per-I
forming up to standard so far this
season and will have to face some
of the best conpetition in the i
country in this meet. At present
Campbell is Michigan's best dash-
The other best bet for the Wol-
verines lies within the ranks of the|
quartermilers, Dale Seymore, Dal- l
IMIEAPlhIS FDIAMOND CLAN
IN FIELD HOUSE
Baseball Candidates Will Remain
Indoors Until Apri 1;
i ton Seymore, Mosser. and Russell,
any one of whom may step away Batting practice began in earnest
for a victory. Mosser has been 'yesterday for the members of Coach
showing to the best advantage re- Ray Fisher's Varsity baseball squad.
cently and should lead4the other when catchers donned mask and
Michigan men in the 440. Thesejpoetr n ol-esugr
men will also run in the mile relay protector, and would-be sluggers
race for the Maize and Blue and took their cuts at the ball in the
are expected to place high up at Yost Field house cage for the first
the finish, time.
The other Michigan entries in- Approximately 45 men have turn-
lude Benson, Chase and McLaugh- ed out for the Varsity team, bu,
lin in the half mile; Wolf and more are expected to report before
D'Anna in the mile; Poorman and the week is over. With the pitch-
Brooks in the shot put; Felker in er onigit odto fe
the high jump; Potter in the hur- several weeks of training, attention
at the present will be focused on
dles; and Pottle in the pole vault. the batting phase of the game, with
only several men reporting at a
WI time in order to get more detailed
information by Coach Fisher.
Work will be confined to the
Field house until about April 1,
when, weather permitting, the
News squad will be taken outdoors. As
he believes indoor work is practi-
cally as benefactory as outdoor
work at this time of the year, Coach
Now that the Varsity hockey and Fisher will not attempt to rush the
basketball schedules are tucked season by taking the team outside
away and baseball is still harbored at the first signs of good weather,
in the warm climates, interest is as some of the other Big Ten schools
being centered on the Intramural are doing.
activities. The greater portion of The Varsity pitchers are slowly
the limelight will be focused on the rounding into shape, but until they
coming track meets. The schedule get outdoors little can be judged
calls for six meets, each starting at as to just what they have in the
7:30 o'clock and to be held in the way of deceptive curves.
Yost field house. The first is .Several hitters must be found if
scheduled for Tuesday night, Michigan expects to successfully de-
March 11, and will bring the fend the Conference title that it.
yearling participants together in an has held for the past two years.
All-Freshman meet. Only Captain Harvey Straub, right
Official plans are complete and fielder and leading batter of last
entry blanks have been posted in year's nine, Harold Myron, short-
the Sports building, Waterman stop, and Joe Truskowski, regular
gymnasium, and the Yost field catcher, are back to form the nu-
house. Any Freshman on the cleus of this season's team.
campus is eligible to participate in
this first meet. Fraternity and In- Michigan Pucksters
dependent team§ planning to enter
the subsequent meets are asked to Will Deli Choice
9A05SITY W B ESIqL. F OINT TO.BA DC E
IVFT TP T,91tCH PI9qSIlk
By Edward L. Warner. while Hays and Heintz of Ohio
Editor's Note: In this article an State are possible place winners. mnly Sigle Loss Marks at Even though the Wolverines did
attempt will be made to evaluate Letts of Chicago and Goldsworthy Record of Both Cardinal not repeat in their defense of a
the }merits of the entries in the va- of Wisconsin should place unless and Wolverine. Conference championship, the
,rious events at the Big Ten idoor they elect to enter some of the string of wins they piled up over
track meet to be held at Minnea- longer races instead. All these men VETERANS WILL MEET i some of the stron gest teams in the
60 Yard Dash. y. have bettered two minutes this country still makes Coach Keen's
George Simpson, Ohio State flyer, season. Michigan will have a trio Wisconsin's dangerous mat team squad one of the favored aggrega-
will encounter tough competition' of runners i Benson, McLaughlin, will invade Ann Arbor this Satur- tis in national rain s gFive
in an attept to retain his title in and Chase, who may gain a point s
inhan atteptto s rtai his title in or two. Laws and Banks will car- day to battle for third place hoiors teams bowed to the Maize and Blue
the short sprint. Zack Ford, North- ry Indiana's colors, while M2Au- in the Western Conference with before Indiana slipped in and upset
destedn sphm orn a syareadynliffe, Rapp ,and Farrell are slated Coach Cliff Keen's Wolverines. Both Michigan's title hopes in a meet
defeated him in a 40 yard event tfor NortIwestern. the Badgers and ichigan were which was not deeided until the
and Is looked upon as a coming Mile'lastbout
dashman. Chicago will be repre- Again in Mhc run nosed out of first place in their After taking the Indiana loss,
sented by a pair of threats in Al will be the favorite the Boilermak- respective divisions by one defeat however, the Wolves came back and
East and Captain Root, with East er ace deending te crown he an- over a .long schedule, Wisconsin to swamped Northwestern in such a
Lithe fast upn Jac Ca'l and nexed last season. He will be Illinois and Michigan to Indiana. way as to leave no doubts as to
Eie Ton an pace s nd pressed, however, by several other I This is the only black mark on their ability as matmei. If they
Eddie Tolan. Tolan placed second' men who are regarded as extreme- the entire schedule of either team) can show the same fightand' drive
Slast yeai, but has been beaten ly fast Dale Letts of Chicago sec and with the invaders boasting which they demonstrated against
twice in dual meets this season. ond place winner, last year will be three undefeated men in their three the Purple, the. Varsity wrestlers
iUseman of Illinois and Haas of out to best Martin while Clapham heavier weights, the battle should should be able to turn back the
Minnfesota are other sprinters who of Indiana is a serious threat. The ; be a hot one. Michigan also has threat of the Badgers.
may figure in the scoringe L i a trio of veterans who have gone But one man on the squad is not
440 Yard Dash latter defeated Letts in a dual through the schedule so far without in the pink of condition to fight
The field in the quarter mile ap- Miet Buc foramosin ythiy being beaten, but only one of these the battle of his life Saturday, Ki-
pears to be of even calibre with any Minnesota's bid for honors in men will meet one of the undefeat- rimura suffering from a hurt rib,
one of four or five men likely to event and should be up among the ed Badgers, Parker slated to go but he hopes that he will be able
take First honors. Dale Seymourleaders. Hanover of Ohio tate against Captain Mathais in the 168 to go to the mat against the Bad;
of Michigan should be right up was beaten by Letts, but has shown pound fight. gers. Present indications are that
there with the best of them. Henke ability in competition. Coach Steve The other invading stars, Ham- the same team will appear this
Farrell 'will send Harmon Wolfe,
of Wisconsin is a fast man, havingFrrlwl sn Hrmn Wf, mer and, Swensenl, are in the 178i week as that : which .was used
placed fourth last year. Ohio State sophomore, as Michigan's hope. and heavyweight divisions, while against Indiana.
will depend upon Fred Strother for Ralph Wolf is Northwestern's best Captain Hewitt and Otto Kelly are
points, while Wise of the Buckeyes miler, while Thompson of Wiscon- in the 128 and 158 classes. Hewitt BELLEAIR, Fla.-Gene Sarati h,
m~ay also be up in the scoring. sin may find a place. and Kelly are still deadlocked for crack New York golf professional,
Streicher of Iqdiana has shown (Tomorrow the remaining events high scoring honors for the season captured the annual Florida west
speed in dual competition, and on the Conference track program with four falls and three decisions coast tournament with a score of
may register five points for the will be discussed). apiece to their credit. 282.
Hoosiers. Art Weiseger of Minne- - --
sota is another possible place win- -- ------- .-..,..,r. -
net. The race should be nip and
tuck all the way.
880 Yard Run. i
Orville Martin, Purdue's great i r 'ann j 4-Tre
middle distance star, should have!l4
things pretty much to himself if
he is entered in the half mile event.,*
He has tied the Conference record
of 1:56 .6 in a triangular meet this') "" ,.p« -
year,'and unless he restricts his ac-
tivities to the mile run, he should These Spring days are happy days
annex the 880 yard crown. Jack --outf-do t's walking, athletic activ-
Moulton of Iowa, winner of thirdt I ...-
place last year, will be back again, ities, ots ofun. You can:enoy. it all
much better if ,your feet look stylish
Keep a Classified lis and feel happy. Try on some of the
of the Inew WALK-OVERS and see what we
mean. They'll assure you happy days.
on the Camps- BURTON'S WALK-OVER SHOP
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I notice that any Freshman they in-
tend to enter must have competed
in this initial meet before he can
qualify in any later event.!
Complete entry lists must be in
the office of the Sports building at,
least one day before the meet is toI
take place. The trophy for first?
place in each event is a gold medal.
Ribbons are given the winners of
second, third, and fourth places.,
The schedule calls for an All-
Freshman meet, March 11; Inde-
pendent, March 12; Fraternity Re-
lays, March 13; Inter-class, March
20; Fraternity Traek, March 25;
and the All-Campus, March 31.
(Entry closes March 29.) Each
contestant is limited to two events.
Those running the 440 or longer1
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For Ice CaptaincyI
Michigan's championship hockey
team will not select next year's
captain until shortly before the
1931 season, according to Coach
Eddie Lowrey. This is the first
time in years that a Wolverine
team has not picked a leader for
the following season directly after
the finish of its schedule.
All of the regulars on this year's
team have graduated or will only
be juniors next season, leaving the
choice of captaincy either to some
player who filled only a spare role
this year or to one of the sopho-
mores. Believing it to be much bet-
ter- to wait until net season the
Michigan coach" stated that the
election will be held at that time.
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