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-9URSDAY, MAWH 1-3, 1930
-ABY MICHIGAN'SI
HPES FOR3
Hewitt, Kelly, and Parker Seen
as Outstanding Performers
Going to Illinois.
STRONG FIELD ENTERED
Preliminary -Matches Scheduled
for Tomorrow With Final
Bouts on Saturday.

THE MICHIGANt D A i L Y PAGE SEVEN

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TODAY'S EVENTS.
Basketh all.
3:20-Chicago (Marks) vs. Wiscon-
sin (glass).
Michigan (Reiter) vs. North-
western (Eisenberg).

tier, Radford, time 0:5.
440 yards - Allen, Hodgeson,
Bradley, Richards.
380 yards-Ecknovitch, Turner,
Ostrander,"GaffI.
Mile run-Braden, Howell, Haley,

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Seven matmen will carry the
Maize and Blue into the Confer-
Ence meet which is scheduled to
start tomorrow at the University of'
Illinois. These men, including all
the regular weights listed for com-
petition except the 118 pound di- Joe Woodard,
vision will leave tonight for the Il- Maize and Blue wrestler, who is
lini stronghold intending to get to entered in the all-Conference meet,
the scene of battle bright and to be held at the University of Illi-
early. nois this week-end.
Listed among the Wolverine'
grapplers are at least three men Hoosier Basketball
who are conceded to have the in-
side track on individual champion- C pan esRecord
ships in theirclass, while the others
'the .squad ~will have fighting
chances to land in the money. (Continued From Page 6)
-HewittKelly, and Parker are prgb- I head of co-captain Glen Harme-
ab i the outstanding wrestlers in son of Purdue, who finished the
the 12.8, 158, and 168 pound classes, season with a mark of 56.
and un ess the advance dope is Farber of Wisconsin, 50, E. B.
given a terrific kick should bring
back three titles. Kamp of Illinois, 49, Evans, of
Bitter Fights Predicted. Ohio State, Orwig of Michigan, and
Auer, Steinke, Woodard, and Chagnon of Chicago, 47, Boesel of
Benz are the others who will be Chicago, 46, and Kanitz of Mich-
taken on the trip, and although .
this meet will be their first Confer- igan with 44 complete the first 25
ence tournament the showing men in the Big Ten scoring list.
which they have made during the McCracken showed the way to
season entitles them to a place in the t ofthe
championship consideration. Each m restof te Conference in the
has made rapid strides in learning matter of caging goals from the
the ins and outs of the mat game field, the Indiana star sinking 55
this year and with an even break as again t 52 by Murphy. Mc-
they will put up a hard fight for Cracken also was the leading foul
shooter of the Big Ten, sinking 37
The preliminary round matches to beat out Murphy by a total ofj
will he run off tomorrow with the OaWe
final rounds slated for Saturday. Capman ar d Weiss, were the
One of the strongest fields in the only other Michigan players be-
history of the event is enteredi in sides those already mentioned to
the 1930 meet, with outstanding make much of aascring average.
performers coming to contend for The Wolverine captamnaccumulat-
each event. Sapora of Illinois is ed a total of 41 points, while the
without doubt the strongest possi- small sophomore forward made 26
bility in the 118 class. points in his first season of com-
Hewitt Seen as Star. petition.
At 128 pounds Ie-vitt appears to Purdue led in team scoring by a
be the class o the field asthoh large amount, making an average
e Ftheuclayofhe fieldatoug- of 38.3 points for every game in
La Favour may prove to be a dan- which it played against an average
gerous contender. -Reports from of 2. byd ogonns. Wiscon-
Champaign state that Allie Mor- of 21.5 by its opponents. Wiscon
rison will be unable .to go to. the sin was the defensive leader of the
mat in defense of his 138 pound Conference, the tight Badger de
championship, and if he does not fense limting its opponents to a
wrestle the fieli will be open tmere 20.9 points per game.
about lour men, Stetson, Baurell Northwestern followed Purdue in
ae ushnw, anS oodard. points per game, the Wildcats get-
Hall of Ohio State is probably the ting an average of 29 for each con-
all ofhi StateC sr obe aly t he test in which they took part. In
betin the Conference at 148,ti respect Indiana was third,
pounds, although several other tMichigan fourth, and Wisconsin
matmen are hard on his heels for fifth. Purdue rated as the second
that honor. Two Michigan men best defensive team in the dig
eem favored at 158 and 168 Ten, and was folkowed in this re-
pounds with Kelly and Parker en- Tec, by Ins and Michi in
tered in those weights. Both are e by Illinois and Michigan in
undefeated this year, but there are the order named.
some good men slated to appear at .
NIinois. Hinch Will Face Marsh
Al; Steinke will find plenty of 'in Defense of Recor
eompetition at 178 pounds with ___ed_
NIalgerson, Hammer, and Scott all (continued From Page 6)
slatd t tryforthe itl. Fank Walaitis of Michigan and
And abundance of good heavy- Lobdell of Iowa are the best bets
weights are in sight to battle for i the lowboard event. Walaiti
tie title left vacant by Ed George, annexed third in the Conference
powerful Wolverine champion of meet last season and has not been
the past few years. ibeaten in the Big thi r

Ohio State (Kolbin) vs. Io- Leifer, 4:50.6.
wa (Glasier). iandball.
9:00-Rocketts vs. Michiganders. Phi Beta Delta wogi the inter-
Pole Katz vs. Kansas City. fraternity handball championship
Track. by dTeafeting Phi Delta phi, win-
7:30-Fraternity relay teams will ning two out of three matches. Phi
hold their annual champlon- Jelta Phi was favored to take the
ship meet in the Field house. title, held last year by Alpha Ome-
7:00-Buckeyes (Carpenter) vs. ga, but the Phi Beta Delta team
Buccaneers (Jonnings.) upset the dope.
8:30-Hoosiers (Henderson) {TSummaries:
Roofs (Klintorth). Doubles-Jones and Wilson (Phi1
DA la Phi) defeated Bishito and
Aull-Frosh Trask Meet. ; roldstine (Phii Beta Delta) 21-li,
Five new all-Frosh records were d (
made yesterday by the yerling! 2-i7gles - Goodman (Phi Beta
track men. Engleston was high Delta) defeated Ladde (Phi Delta
point man, taking two first places Phi) 21-0, 21(1.
in the meet. New records were set Phi) 21-0, 21-1.
in the following: broad jump, the Cohen (Phi Beta Delta) defeated'
shot-put, the high hurdles, the low Roehm (Phi Delta Phi 20-21, 21-17,
hurdles, the 440 yard sprint. 21-20.
Summaries: INDIAN ATHLETES
Shot-put - Goldsmite h, SeiffeA,I
Damm, Cox, distance 39 feet. WILL SEE ACTION
High Jump-Goffel, Loetz, Cox,
Knerler, height 5 feet 6 in-hes. URBANA, Ill., March 12.-Topped
Pole vault - Reynolds, Price, by the indoor relay carnival which

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Goldsmith, Mahlke, height, 10 feet will bring together picked athletes
6 inches. of the middle-west, with represen-
Broad jump - Klein, Boettler, tatives from the East and South,
Jackson, Latta, distance 21 feet the week-end athletic program for
11 1-2 inches. University of Illinois teams will
High hurdles - Engleston, Hae- find athletes in five sports in com-
fele, DeBaker, Blumenfield, time petition at home and abroad.
8:6. The track men who finished
Low hurdles - Engleston, Hae- within three points of Wisconsin
fele, DeBaker, Jackson, time 7:6. for the indoor championship, much
60 yard dash-Hill, Lamb, Boet- to general surprise, will appear in
- all-the relays with especial strength
expected in the shuttle hurdles.
KIPKE INSTRUCTS Champions of the Big Ten by
SPRING GRIDDERS virtue of their victory over Indi-
amna, the wrestlers will compete in
'the Conference individual tourna-
callers on the 1930 edition of Coach ment here Friday and Saturday.
Kik' rdro h ,mctaCoach Kenney will probably enter
the Union last night for their first men in most of the weights. All of
lesson on how a team should be run. i the Big Ten teams will be repre-
Coach Kipke entertained the grid- jsented. The finals will be com-
ders at dinner before getting down I peted Saturday afternoon.
to the serious business of the eve- Marshall, a sophomore diver,
ning of devising means of defeating Captain Kieding and a relay team
the 1930 opponents. are the best bets in the Confer-
In the absence of any outstand- ence swimming meet at Evanston,
ing candidate for the job of run- The Illini tankers have closed a
ning the team Coach Kipke decid- good dual meet season with six
ed to hold a school in which the victories and no defeats but hardly
favored ones would be able to get figure as championship contenders
a little advance work in the in- Iin the general meet.
tricacies of the position. Gymnasts and fencers, defending
Captain Simrall, Holland, Hewitt, the titles which they won last sea-
Heston, Wheeler, Eastman, New- son, will meet stubborn opposition
man, Goldsmith, Wilson, Daniels, from Chicago especially when the
Wills, Lindsay, Tessmer, Stoll, Root, Conference meets in the two sports
will be asked to report for these! are staged at the Midway. Chicago
meetings each Wednesday for a few has defeated both teams in dual
weeks until they have had the rud-- meets.
iments of the signal chirping job
drilled into them. ST. PETERSBURG-Although he
Several of these men are not ; has not signed a contract as yet,
quarterbacks, but Coach Kipke feels I George Herman Ruth, famous New
that if a promising candidate ap-EYork Yankee outfielder, is now
pears among the tryouts for the taking light workouts with his
other positions he will use him as teammates in the New York train-
he did Truskowski last season. ing camp.
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stanford and Wildcat
Coaches to Run School
EVANSTON, Ill., March 12.--Mas-'
ter and pupil will combine their
talents at Northwestern university's
summer coaching school August 11
to 23 when Pop Warner, famous
Stanford football coach, and Dick!
Manley, Northwestern's grid men-
tor, put on the course in football.
Coachi Hanley has been a pupil
of Pop Warner's as far as football
technique is concerned for many
years and is onte of the most suc-
cessful Warner coaches in the
country Needless to say the Pur-'
ple mentor is *a great admirer of
Warner's and feels that it is a sin-
gular piece of good fortune to haye
the great grid tactician come east
to offer his course to high school
and college coaches of the middle
west.
Fraternity
and
Sorority
Badges
Rings
Stationery (1

Lobdell, the Hawkeye sophomore,
has shown considerable ability in!
his first year of college competi-
tion. Other divers who may fig-
ure up in the scoring are Sid Raike
of Michigan, Jimmy O'Keefe of
Northwestern, and John Marshall}
of Illinois. All these ,men have
demonstrated good form in dual
competition. Nappa and Ostran-
der of Minnesota and Grimshaw of1
Michigan are other entries who
have an outside chance to finish
among the first four.
300-Yard Medley Relay.
Northwestern's medley trio willl
be a sure winner of this event if
Schwartz is selected to swim as an-
chor man, but it is likely that the
Wildcat star will confine his activi-,
ties to the individual races. With
Schwartz out, the race should de-
velop into a duel between North-I
western and Michigan.

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