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Dale Seymour, Russell, Mosser,
and Mueller to Compose
One Quartet.
Twelve Thinclads Will Travel.
to Meet Conference
Relay Stars.
Coach Farrell and an even dozen
spiked warriors will leave Friday
for Urbana and the Illinois relays,
favored to bring home their share
of the laurels from the annual
meet. Two relay teams and four
individual entries will make up the
Wolverine contingent.
Mueller pulled a fine sprint on
the last turn to win by a yard over
Dalton Seymour yesterday for the
fourth place on the mile relay team,
covering the 440 in 52 seconds.-
Glading was third. Michigan's fa-
vored mile quartet will then be
composed of Dale Seymour, Mueller,
and the two promising sophomores,
Russell and Mosser Another event
in which the Maize and Blue run-
ners are conceded a good chance to
place among the leaders is the
Medley relay.
McLaughlin in 880.
Dalton Seymour, in spite of his
defeat at the hands of Mueller yes-
terday will make the trip into the
Indian camp as the 440 member of
the medley team. McLaughlin will
run the 880, D'Anna will tackle the
three-qquarters and Wolfe will
,have the task of running the mile
at anchor Both of the IVichigan
relay teams are expected to give
competition for any aspirants for
relay honors
In the individual events the
Wolverine entries will be made up
of Pottle in the pole vault, Brooks
in the shot put, Campbell in tle 300
yard event and Eddie Tolan in the
75-yard dash. Both Tolan and
Campbell are favored to win points
for Michigan. Lamont will have no
successor to his win in the 1,000
yard event in last year's meet since
Coach Farrell is not etering any
Wolverine runner in that race. Fel-
ker will not compete, nor will Chase
on account of illness. Another*
member of last year's squad, Aus-
tin, is not yet in shape and the
1,500 yard run will not have any
Maize and Blue entry.
Large Squad Takes Trip.
A considerably larger team is be-
ing taken to the Relay carnival this
year and Michigan's chances ap-
pear to be best in the mile relay
event. Trials will be held on Fri.
day and finals on Saturday. The
past week has seen Eddie Tolan
round into better form than any
yet shown this season and it is ex-
pected that he will furnish stiff op-
position for entries from other
schools. Twelve men will make up
this year's invading squad as corn-
pared to the six that ran last year
With the improved form that Muel-
ler has shown during the current
indoor season some hopes can be
pinned to the Wolverine mile re-
lay team. His time of 52 and 1-5
yesterday gives an indication of
what he might do in Urbana.
MONTE CARLO-Bill Tilden1
served official notice that he can-i
not be counted through as a tennis
star by defeating Henry Austin,1
English star, in straight sets, 6-4,E
6-4, 6-1.

Three members of the Michi-
gan Varsity fencag squad, Captan
Stolpman, Dowset, and Gordon,#
have been selected by Coach John-I
stone to represent the Wolverines
in the all-conferene meet Fiiday
and Saturday in Chicago. All of
. these men have been fencing as
number one men throughout the
entire season in the foils, epees. and
sabre respectively.
In view of the records of the?
Wolverine sw rdsmen picked to at-
tend this meet, Gordon probably
has the lest chance of winning a
Big Ten title. This Maize and Blue
fencer has not been defeated so far
!this season and there is only an
outside chance that any of the
Conference teams which the Wol-
verines did not meet this season
___Q will offer anyone stronger that the
competition Gordon has oversome
Garnet Ault,
Captain of the Wolverine Con- in the three Big Ten meets on the
ference champion swimming team, Michigan schedule thus far.
who will swim in the 220-yard free Gordon also has the advantage
style event in the Big Ten meet a of having been in the all-confer-!
Northwestern this week. , ence meet last season at which I
time he was runner up in the sabre!
bouts. Schlerckert who won the
Thin cladTeams Open title last season is not favored to
Invttational C o n t e s t repeat this year largely because of
H Tkthe defeat he suffered in the hands
He ThIs eek End of Gordon in the Michigan-Illinois1
Advance predictions stamp De- Captain Stolpan also has a
troit Northwestern and Froebel of chance of taking the championship

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Results of the Freshman tele-
graphic meet with Wisconsin Sat-
urday proved rather disastrous to
the Michigan yearlings. The Bad-3
gers again showed their strength
with which they conquered the Il-
linois freshmen by gaining a total
of 71 1-2 points to 32 1-2 made by
the Wolverine youngsters. This se-'
cond meet of the year brought out
the fact that as a team the Wol-
verines are only mediocre, but there
are several outstanding men that
should be very .useful to the Var-
sity in another year.
In the .40 yard dash McGuire in
a 4.5 second sprint won the event
for Wisconsin, while his two run-
ning mates Anderson and Dingle,
placed second and third. Hitt of
Michigan placed fourth with a time
of 4:6 sec...
McGuire is Outstanding.
McGuire again added to the Bad-
ger score by taking first place in
the 45 yard low hurdles, with a time'
of 5.4 sec. Egleston brought the
fourth place to the Wolverines in
5.6 sec. being nosed out by John-
son and Lausche. The 40 yard high
hurdles which were run in the fastI
time of 5.5 sec. went to JohnsonI
while Egleston the Michigan hurdle!
artist won third place with 5.6 sec.
Eknovich one of the most out-f
standing men on the Wolverine
squad for several years took the
two long sprints in fast time that
added materially to the Michigan
score. His time in the 440 yard was;
exceptional at 51.7. In the 880 Ek-


Indiana Cage StarI
Big Ten MarI by
147 Points.



Frank Walaitis,j
Star diver on tl.e Michigan swim-
ming team, competing in the Con-
ference meet this week, is also a
member of the 160-yard relay team,
holding the world's record for that
event. ,
Freshman Grapplers
Prepare to WrestleI
Varsity Second Team3
Coach Russ Sauer's fieshman
wrestling team will invade the lair
of the Varsity Reserve squad in the
Intramural building on Friday aft-
ernoon intent upon hanging up1
their third consecutive victory. In
two previous meetings the Year-
ling squad has emerged victorious,
the last time about two weeps ago
when they earned a 22 1-2 to 17

Branch McCracken, captain and
center of the Indiana basketball
quintet, shattered the Western
Conference individual scoring rec-
ord of 143 previously held by
"Stretch" Murphy, of Purdue,
when the Hoosier star sank a total
of 147 points in this season's Big
Ten competition.
By scoring nine points in the
final game of the season against
Minnesota, McCracken was able to
pass the Boilermaker star in the
standings, beating Murphy for this
year's honor by 10 points. Murphy,
however, had the better record of
the two, as his mark of 137 was
compiled in only 10 games, while
McCracken played in 12 contests.
Murphy had an average of 13.7
points per game against McCrack-
(en's mark of 12 1-4.
Only one other player in the
Conference was able to cage more
than 100 markers for this season's
competition, Johnny Wooden, Pur-
due's flashy sophompre guard,
breaking into this select scoring by
making an even 100 points, for an
average of 10 points per game.
"Bud" Foster, 'star Wisconsin for-
ward, who was named on the all-
Conference team by the Associated
Press, rated fourth place in the
standings with a total of 92 points,
two ahead of "Rut" Walter of

Gary, Ind., as the favorites to show
the way to the 39 teams entered in
the sixth annual University of
Michigan invitational indoor track
meet to be held this Friday and.
Saturday evenings in the Yost field
While several of the Detroit;
teams are not conceded a very good
chance to extend the leaders inj
the quest for high scoring laurels,s

individual performers from these
schools will be among the leaders!
in 'the various events and will add
much in the way of the spectacular
to one of the richest fields ever to
gather in an indoor event of this
In the 440 yard run, always one
of the most thrilling on any cinder-
path card, the followers of the in-
terscholastic sport are 'promised a
real treat. The diminutive Hershey,
Western-s great quarter miler, will
defend his laurels from the chal-
lenge of the Northeastern ace, Leon
Lykas. Both men have been turn-
ng inarecord-breaking perform-
ances all year and along with the
Gary speedsters, Perrota and Mul-
lins, this event should see a new
record written into the books.
Karl Kahler of Redford is anoth-
er middle distance star who should
set the old mark on edge, this time
in the half mile. Rose of North-
western, and Smith of Gary are
conceded very excellent chances to
flash through the tape in this!
In the dashes Eastern has in the
slim negro sprinter, Watson, a real1
star who has spreadraglech the
sprint honors in the city this year
in much the same manner as Tolan
of Cass and Snowden of North-
eastern in past years. Detroit
schools will probably be forced to
hand over the laurels in the mile
run with Gary and Toledo as well
as La Grange, Ill., showing a pre-
ponderance of srtength in this
event. Hurd of Northwestern is
the best Detroit has to offer.

in the foils although the competi- <.:. ...r novich again lead the field with the
tion from schools other than those x. time of 2 min. and 3-5 sec. These
met by the Wolverines this season two events are proving to be the,
is expected to be unusually strong. long suit of the Yearlings and they4
Stolpman was defeated but once are almost sure point winners in
this year by DaMore of Ohio State. Associated Presa Pho@ any meet.
Dowsett, who will fight in the Branch McCracken, Badgers Win Long Distances.
epee competition, has little chance Indiana basketball star, who es- The mile and two mile events fell
of taking better than a third al- tablished a new Big Ten individual to the Badger squad in the rather
thought the elimination system scoring record by accounting for slow time of 4 min., 45 sec., and 9
followed at the tournament may 147 points during the season min., 59 sec. Michigan did not place
bring him closer to the title. against Conference opponents. in the mile, but took second and
third in the two mile event. The
relay went to the Wolves without a
HINCH WILL DEFEND BACK STROKE battle. The yearlings stepped off
the distance in just 3 min. and 37.4
RECORD AGAINST MARSH IN MEET sec., which is very good time. This
-_ __team should be of very great help
- in the coming years as the relay is
By Edward L. Warner. third place with the Wolverine hav- I one of the most hotly contested
Editor's Note: The four re- ing the edge. Other back strokers events in most meets.
maining events on the Confer- 1who may garner points are Lowell Lushine with a distance of 21 ft.
ence swimming card to be held woIa, Bayerpoinrhwe: l9 in. took the honors in the broad
at Evanston this week are dis- Tosoa oe Wsof Nrhyrd, jump from Eknovich who could
cussed in today's article. Mer- omsen of Wisconsin, and Haydenesota only reach 21 ft. 1 1-2 in. to come
its of the entries in the 160- 2Mn -oad in second. Luschine also added a
yard relay, breast stroke, 40, 22-Yard Free Style.n d first to the Wisconsin total by win-
100, and 440 yard free style Al Schwartz of Northwestern and ning the high jump at 6 ft. 1-2 in.,
events were considered yester- Gar Ault of Michigan are almost while his team mates Abraham and
cla. Icertain to finish one-two in this J Acker gained second and third'
day' event with the Purple captain A-k-r-gained__econdand__hird_
150-Yard Back Stroke. rslightly favored.fSchwartz has'
Two of the fastest back strokers won the event for the last two
ever developed in college circles years, holding the record of 2:18.6
will vie for honors in this event, which he established in 1928. Hel
Dick Hinch -of Northwestern, de- is again in good foi this season,'
fending champion, will be a slight' but Ault should press him all the
favorite over Lowell Marsh, Minne- way. Competition for the remain-
sota ace. Hinch beat Marsh in a ing two places will be a scramble.
dual meet last week, but he was Kieding of Illinois who took third
forced to swim the distance in : last year, Wilson of Northwestern,
1:398, three-fifths second under his Quail and Lahti of Minnesota, LaddA
3ig Ten record. Last year this and McCaffree of Michigan are
pair finished one-two. Valentine other contestants who may be point
of Michigan and Stephenson of winners.
Chicago should wage a battle fort (Continued on Page 7)

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on over tne reserves. A considerable gap was left be-
ances for repeating their 1 tween the first five scorers and the
auermen victories have remainder of the high point men
ewhat lessened during the of the Big Ten, Harper of Illinois,
because of injuries suf- in sixth place, only gaining a total
setha of 76 points to tie hin'm with Loose
severa gooa men on the of Minnesota. In eighth place, with
Lad. It is quite unlikely a total of 71 points, was Joe Trus-
wart, 115 pounds, Cortex,, kowski, Michigan's only represen-
yokuski, 165 pound year- tative among the first 20 scorers.
see action in the coming Truskowski, however, pad an aver..
. The loss of Wyokuski age of 7.1 points per game, as
ticularly handicap the against 7 by Harper and 6 1-3 by
w as he has been one of Loose, both of whom played in more
gest men on the Frosh games than the Wolverine ace.
year. He gave an excel- Seven players finished in the
unt of himself in the last stretch between 60 and 70 points
ing only by a slim time in the scoring list, Schoening of
e to Powers. Minnesota making 68, Fish of Chi=
ition in the heavyweight cago 64, Bergherm and Riel of
mises to be interesting. Northwestern 61, and Ervin of Ohio
us of the Yearling squad I State, Zellar of Indiana and Lock-
to avenge his unexpected hart of Northwestern 60 apiece.
the hands of Rouston of Mills and' Kawal of Illinois dead-
ves. There will be ten locked with 57 points apiece, one
the match. (Continued on 1age 7)


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