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HIGH~~ SCOLMNSiffCmpetition Is
MIN~~xpeeted at Swim Ml/eet
unin nnrrHOO (Continued From Page 6)j
III flit1" lock and Lockwood of I linois, and
WILL IULI IVILI Covode of Northwestern are other
. sprinters who may break into the
" s~w n scoring column.


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rrOCei o "ae, .au1.a , A.4440-yard Swim~.
Toledo Scott Are Danlgerousf Captain G arnet Ault of Michigan'
Rivas fr Crwn.will be out to make it three straight
in the quarter mile swim, an event
WARD BREAKS RECORDI which he .won in both 1928 and1
_____ 1902. Re should not b~e extended to.
'y(Contiaued From Page 6) 1Win, as no Bi.g Ten rival has come
leaped six feet, four and one-half near him this year: Al Wilson oft
inches to establish a new national ;Northwestern will be almost as cer -
inteschlasic ecor bya cnsi-tain to annex second, as the Fur-
uinershoastc ecod y acosid 'ple sophomore has defeated all!
erable margin. In addition to this corners except Ault. The fight forl
breath-takin~g f neat, the ebony- th~e remaining two places should
hued Colt star led all opposition in, bring out some been competition.'
clamin fist lac l~n~os oer heI Capt. Ray 'Kieding of Illinois was
clamin frstplce or .oertheI thidrd last year, 'but has, not been!
high and low, hurdles. up to his old fom this season.
Pole vault honors went to an- Quait of Minnesota has -shown wells:
other Colt veteran in record-break-' in dual meets, while Michigan has i .r
ing fashion when Loel Maxim! Ladd, McCaffree, and McDonald,
vaulted 11 feet, 5 and 3-4 inches. any one of whom May take a point1
iIs teammate, Rose, running in his or two.
,first important race, smashed the ! 100-yard Free Style.
880 yard mark held by anotherI Again in the 140-yard free style,1
Colt, Jaydell Thompson in nego- Al Schwartz of Northwestern wil
tiatl'ng the distance in 2:04.4. be favored if Coach Torn Robinson'I
WellBalaced eeC enters him. He captured the cen-1
Other winners for the Grand tury from Bob Walker of Michigan!
River Avenue school were Fundis in .last year and these two should
the shot put, Hurd in the mile, and again Wage a duel for the first
th~e winning relay combine of place medal. Ivan Smith of -Mich-
Sttb, WloGrueske, and gan is another probable place win-!
Thomp *son.l The n Colts also showed? ner, while Captain Lange of W.lis- .
strong secondary power in the hur-, cofsifl is regarded as a fast man
dle, ple aul, hgh"ump and 1 at this distance.
midle distance. events.
Froebel of Gary, runnbrsup in '-
last year's midwest meet, are con-
-ceded a place as definitely in the
running against the sensationalA'q"
Colts., Blazing a path across mid- t a r u a
western high school track compe -______________
tition which came virtually unher-
alded the boys from the Steel City ODA 'S IJWENT4.
on the -dunes of Lake MichiganBaktl. 7:30-Index
were forced to concede honors toBaktl.
720-Phi Rho Sigma vs. Xi Psi I(pe oany
t* the Colts last year as a penalty for Phi. p en)l c toem ba a c .8 20 -S g a i " s l h
This year the. Hoosiers have en- Kappa ambda.B";oPh Kappa Dopesters
tered 31 men in an effort to bal- vsDetUpio ' Srs bu"
ance their performances over the gi egational vs. Presbyterian; Cath-. pots bu
card in order to~overtake the high olic vs. Hillel.i Clarkea last.
srngColts.The Froebel team. k.,ow~tg. ns hap,N
stilcoassottning per-er : 30--Soph Lits vs. Jr.Engineers.! man in a thi
form~ers of last year, Perrota, Smith1 HOckey. 6-3. The r
and.Mullins in the middle distances 4 10:100-Rangers vs. Les Canad- start to fini.
as well' as her record-smashing asintesm
*pole vault combine of Durich and _____________________
Wonowicz who have monopolized,
mid-west honors in this event over
the past 'two years. 1
.In 1928 Wonowcz shattered the Koaks, fiis,.
Midwest standard in the vault to
bring dary her 'only first place. 'eeoig
Last .year Wonowicz was outvaulted'
by a sophomore teammate, Steve.
Durich, but managed to easily E ra
gain second place to give, the Gary I-
combine first and second honors.

roons winning t-wo and dropping
10 for a .167 rating, and the Buck-
eyes bringing up the rear with

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-- Taking the sticks in the 70-yard i - -j ing by raising his season's total to
I NWhighhrlsa h ire in- ° 147, four points better than
dor meet at Minneapolis (below) Indicatedpy f uruewa
letto right: Ziezer, Wisconsin; lln able to do last season.
U W & ~~letI 111 Relay Enitries SetaIlni;PtrigOi;Conference play in .the recent
ews tan, Ilos;HPyensi, hio; ____season brought out some remark-
s Jlig, Iowanayden hag o;n-(Continueid From Page 6)i able players who either have star-
thisrac in:085 sttig anewof his last two years, and may give red before in Big Tien competition
Track. Iworld's indoor record. way to Gl~ading or Mueller. T-u,, or are newcomers to the collegiate
ehendent Track Meet.1 In the upper picture Simpson of rest of the quartet, Dale Seymour, ranks. Murphy was again one of
ky independent on cam- Ohio State is shown winning the Mosser, and Russell, will be intacti the outstanding players in the Big;
60 yard dlash at this meet. His time' Ten, while his teammate Johnny
~~Nt-llioi. was 6.2 seconds, equalling the Ia.lios Wooden made a name for himself
had a bd dy a th + orldi's record. The runners .are, 1 A two mile team and possibly a in his first year at Purdue.
left to right, ]ford, Northwestern; 1 medley quartet will also be sent to Foster of Wisconsin, Chapman
ilding yesterday. R. East, Chicago; Tolan, Michigan, thiea anvl h ulu ' and Truskowski of Michigan, Boots
year's all-Campus ten-l who finished second; and Simpson.; and Harmeson of Purdue, Strick-
was defeated by- Sher- the two mile' team will be Benson, I land and Zellar of Indiana, and
hree set match,5-7 6-4 CLEVELAND - Jack Dempsey4 Chase, and McLaughlin, regular' Mills and Kawal of Illinois are only
match was close from 1 seems to have assumed a definite i half milers, while the fourth man a few 'of the outstanding stars
sh ad pacesShemanposition as regards$ his ppssible. re- .may be either Wolfe or D'Anna, whose play sparkled throught the
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