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PAGE SIX

THE M4I-CAN DATL-Y

SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1930

,.ATURDAY. MArCH 1.,1930

ATHLETES

GATHER AT ILLINOIS FOR. ANNUAL RELA I S

ENTRY LIST LARGEj
FOR YEARLY EVENTI
Nation's Best Teams Threaten
Marks; Sentman, Rodgers
Run for Indians.

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MICHIGAN ;SENDS

TEAM

Athletes from all parts of the
country will assemble in the arm-
ory at Champaign this afternoon
and tonight to battle for the cham-
pionships of one of the best track
meets in the country, the annual
Illinois Relays.
Teams from every school of the
Big ten, all of the Big Six, and
many unaffiliated institutions will
add to the picturesque scene of 945
track stars from 84 different insti-
tutions struggling for supremacy.
From the east comes Pittsburgh
and Pennsylvania while the west
is represented by Texas and New
Mexico.
Records Endangered.

.CAMPOS BOXERS
TO MIX ON OPEN
'I HOUJSE PROGRAM:
Entries for Coach Let Philbin's
forthcoming boxing show are cor-
cpleted and every one of the eight
weights is well represented with
talent. Drawings for the matches
will be made Tuesday afternoon, a;
day before the card is to be run {
off, so no man in any of the weights1
will be aware of his opponent until
the eve of the semi-finals.
These preliminary bouts will be ,
part of the second annual intra-
mural open house event and the
finals will come on the following
Saturday, the 22nd, with a show ofj
its own.
Many Men Entered.
Galoup and Toper are the entries
in the 112 pound class and Yuen
and Azen are scheduled to meet in!
the 118 pound match. Custer, Oak-J
ley, McBride and Curry will fight
to determine the finalists in the
126 pound weight. Wayland, Guth-'
rie, Hatchman, McElwain and last
year's champion, Woodward, will
meet in the 135 lightweight class.
Due to the size of some of theu
fields of entry two' bouts will havek
to be fought in some of the classes
on open house night. Puerner, Kir-
by, Heim, Knapp, and Anderson will
clash in the welterweight division.a
In the middleweight class the en-I
tries include Otto, Martzowka, La-c
pin, Trometer and Starwas. Otto, s
the champion in the 175 pound
class last year has trained down
to meet the middleweight require-
ments and will seek another crown.!
Slater Looks Good.
The 175 pound lightheavy class
includes Bauss, Ruegnitz and Chit- w
tendon. In the heavyweight semi- h
finals Greeson, Hewitt, Auer, last t
year's runner up, and Slater will.
meet. Slater is a big rangy Negro y
packing plenty of punch and is be- u
ing watched with interest. All of s
the contestants for the various i
crowns are down to weight and the i t
wealth of fine boxers promises to g
make the final event a fast show.,

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In Big Ten circles it is not often
s___that the percentage is very high
Michigan Grapplers Will Go to sport who return to thenall-confer-
State College to Compete ence meets for the second time.
Usually the title holders are sen-
iors before gaining the crown and
are ineligible to defend it in the
FOUR MEN ARE PICKED succeeding meet.
However, in the all-conference
1 After the completion of the West- fencing meet being held at Chicago
ern Conference tournament now this week there are two title hold-
going on at Champaign, Illinois, ers from last year who are making
Kstrong bids to repeat their feats,
Coach Cliff .Keen's Wolverine .mat- again this season. And. what is,
men will turn their attention to more unusual innthis sport, both
I the National collegiate meet at of these competitors are members
State ollege, Pennsylvania. This { the same squad.
event, in which the best coli I Haier in the foils and Seibert in
the sabre represent Illinois in the
grapplers of the country are slated role of title holders who have
to compete, will .probably offer th I hopes, although not very bright
stiffest competition which the hopes, of taking the championships
Wolves will bump up against this Iin these two weapons for the sec-
year. ond time. Their records during the
To Open Next Week. season, however, point towards *a
With the finals in the Big Ten decline in the ability of both men
meet slated for tonight, the men and the rise of others in the Big Ten
who are chosen to carry the Maige who are expected to dethrone them.A
and Blue into the national meet In the other weapon, epee, the
will have ample time to get into ( champion of last season, Wiggers of
the best shape possible before next Michigan, will not compete due to 1
Friday when the preliminary graduation, leaving the race for the7
rounds at Pennsylvania begin, title in this event open to consid-1
T44 malke-up of the squad which erable speculation. Illinois per-I
will be sent to the national tourna haps has the two leading candi-,
nent will depend lar elv unnn tho

It is expected that several world's
records will be seriously threatened
tonight if not shattered completely,
with most of the stars from the
meet of last year entered as well
as many promising newcomers. The
Illini will have two world record
holders entered in the 75 yard high
hurdles with Lee Sentman and Bob
Rodgers slated to try' for a new
mark in that event. These team-
mateshold the fastest time for the
hurdle event with :09.4.
The relays will probably furnish
the most stirring entertainment of
the evening with champions of last
year entered in both the two mile
and medley, events. In the univer-
sity mediley relay Ohio State, But-!
ler, Chicago, Purdue, Iowa State,
Notre Dame, and Inidiana are in
the front ranks of the contenders
for the title.I
Indiana Seeks 1Accord. I
Indiana, bookihg for revenge for
a close defeat at the hands of Il-
linois in the four mile 'relay last
year will send a powerful aggrega-
tion to the mieet'to try for a new
world's mark. Pennsylvania will'
compete in this event for-the first
time in several years, while the No-
tre Dame steppers are expected to
play a prominent part in it as well.
Michigan has teams entered in
the mile and medley relays tonight
besides men slated to appear in
several of the individual events
which are scheduled to be run off.

REDS'

GARDENEkjMTMN OENE FENCING TITLEHOLDERS DEFEND
.9T[NTU[,NT[ljHONORS AT CHICAGO THIS W

EEK:tJ1 TEN NATATORS

Bob Meusal.
Outfielder of the Cincinnati Reds,
who came to the team during the
winter from the New York Yan-
kees. The former Amnerican league
flychaser is-hitting the ball hard in
spring training, and is eagerly
awaiting the opportunity to tr his
uck against the Yankees when the
clubs clash in an exhibition gabne
soon.
Philadelphia Sluggers
o Test Tiger Rookies
By Associated PTres)
TAMPA, Fla., March 14-In no
way disheartened 'over the way his
hopefuls were treated in Clearwa-
er by Brooklyn Tuesday, Manager
Stanley Harris will send the Tiger,
youngsters against the Phillies Sat-
urday afternoon in the familiar
urroundings of the Bengals' train-
ng camp here, after being foiled
oday when rain prevented their
game with the St. Louis Cards.
Bert Shotten and his collection
of record-breaking sluggers figure
o be the hardest assignment the
Tigers have had to tackle, but Har-
is won't alter his plan of using the
uveniles in the front that goes into
ction against the Quaker City del-
gation.
On the strength of their remark-
ble winning spurt in the last three
months of the race and the fact
hat the merit of the pitching and
hitting of the Phillies has been
horoughly established critics
round the National circuit consid-
r them a serious threat for the
ennant.

dates, only ore of whom can take [ I-!UNiI I
part in the meet this week. Menke
of Illinois last season forced Wig- Survivors From Preliminaries
gers into two overtime periods inC
the final bout of the meet. to Vie for Conference
In view of the distribution of Championships.
ability throughout the Big Ten, it I
is expected that any team which STARS DEFEND RECORDS
wins a title in one weapon in the,
finals tonight and one other place An
will take the team championship After participating yesterday in
Michigan's chief hopes lie in Cap- the preliminaries of the Big Ten
tao Stolpman and Bob Gordon, swimming meet being held in Pat-
either of whom have a chance to ten pool at Northwestern universi-
win the title in their weapons, ty, the Wolverine tankmen who sur-
while Dowsett may place in the vived the initial contests will swim
first three in the epee. again today in the finals. A bitter
battle is predicted with Northwest-
Hold Scholastic Swim ern's powerful team, composed of
Preliminaries Tonight many individual stars and record
holders, making a desperate at-
(By Associated Press) tempt to wrest the Conference
EAS'' LANSING, March 14-- Pr- crown from the Michigan- aggre-
E A S T L A N IN G , M ar h 14 P r - gation .
liminaries of the annual state inter- gimn.
h} Swimmers from nine of the
scholastic swimming meet will be schools in the 'Western Conference
held in the Michigan State college assembled at Evanston and took
swimming pool tonight with 21 high part in yesterday's preliminary con-
schools of the state preparing to tests. By a process of elimination
schoolo ntestonly the first four men in each
send entries., event will be qualified to swim in
Fourteen schools will participate today's final races, which will be
in the class A competition. Honors, the crucial ,tests for all teams and
on the face of the season's showing individuals participating.
should rest with Detroit schools. By virtue of its victory in the an-
Northwestern, city champion, is nual Conference meet of last year,
favored along with Northern, win- Coach Matt Mann's Wolverine Var-
ner of the invitational meet at Ann sity is the defending champion, and
Arbor, last week. Highland park has shown splendid form thus far
is the defending champion. this season overwhelming Indiana
Other entries: Ann Arbor, Battle anl Minnesota in dual meets and
Creek, Detroit Eastern; Flint Cen- defeating the Wildcats, in a close
tral, Detroit Southeastern, Jackson, contest. The battle with the Pur-
Kalamazoo Central, Pontiac, Red- I ple team was only won by five
ford and Lansing Central and East- points, the outcome of the whole
ern. meet hanging in the balance until
East Grand Rapids high will send the final race which Michigan won
a team here to menace the Class B to take the victory.
title of Ypsilanti Roosevelt high. It is expected that new records
Finals of the meet will be held I will be establislled in tonight's
tomorrow afternoon. (continued on kagc q)
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inacnt illuul ~i ! 'a ul 1 r i 1r v I-'1
showing which the Wolverines
make in the Conference meet end-'
ing tonight, but there are four men
who are almost certain to go. Cap~-
tain Hewitt, Otto Kelly, Ray Par-
ker, and Al Steinke have shown
enough this year to almost assure
themselves of a position on the
squad.
. Three are Undefeated.
The first three of this quartet
are undefeated in dual meet com-
petition, having made a clean
sweep of the 128, 158, and ~168j
pound matches, while Steinke in
his first year as a college matman
has shown great improvement. A
victory over Hammer of Wisconsin
topped off the dual meet season for
Steinke, and with the experience
whic h e acquires at the Confer-
ence meet back of him, he should
be able to put up a good 'ight for
honors at the National. 3
It is doubtful if any more wres-
tlers will be taken to this meet, al-
though if any of the Michigan mien
come through in spectacular style ,
tonight they may be given a chance.j
to show their worth against the
best in the country.(

Court Champion
Tourney Play

Enters
Again

(By AssociatA Press)
PASADENA, Calif., March 14-For
the first time as Mrs. Helen Wills
Moody, the world's women's tennis
champion came out for somectour-
nament play here today.
Mrs. Moody's opponent in the
first round of women's singles com-
petition in the Huntington Hotel
invitational tournament was Helen
Marlowe of ,Santa Monica, Calif.
.Since Helen Wills laid down her
racquet after _a successful court
campaign last summer, she has
married F'rederick S. Moody, Jr.,
young SanrFrancisco broker. Her
appearance here in tournament
marks the opening of her 1930 cam-
paign.
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Montreal Sextet Wins
Right to Meet Boston
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, March 14 - The4
Montreal Maroons have clinched
first place in the International;
group of the national Hockey league
and the right to meet the Boston:
Bruins in the first place playoff
series.
LONDON - Sir Henry Segrave,
famous auto speed pilot was ar-
rested recently for doing 45 miles
per hour on the streets of London.

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