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THE MICHICAN

DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1030

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BreakingDash MAark'
(y Associfzted Press) BIG TENTOUDNEY
LOS ANGELES, May 20.-Dean
Cromwell, track coach at the Uni- Rivalry of Simpson and Tolan
versity of Southern California, to- to be One of Features
day announced that Frank Wykoff, of Track Carnival.
who recently ran the 100 yard dash ____
in 9 2-5 seconds, one-fifth of a MICHIGAN RELAY CHOICE
second faster than the reeognizod
world's record, would not' compete Eiward L. Warier.
in the furlong at the I. A. A. A. A. Editor's Note: With Michigan,
meet at Boston May 30 and 31. Illinois, Wisconsin, and Ohio State
Cromwell said he was going to as the team favorites, an attempt
concenrtrate the Glandale, Calif., here made to consider the merits
flash on the century event, and pass of the individual entries in the Con
up the furlong sprint in view ofI erence outdoor track meet at
the increased competition expectedEvanstz tins Fi day uix ttur
in the dashes. Wykoff displayed cly.

TODLAN OFFICIAILY
DRIVING AGAIN ELG OLGT
DECLARED HOLDE
OOF WORLD RECORD OFYEARLINGLNINE
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Last night in an announcement
Freshtrian Track Slb Take 1 1 made by the International Ama- Many Men oi Squad Revealed
Points to Win Last Meet teur Athletic Federation, Eddie 'rol- as Promising Players for Next
of Seasot. an's mark of 9.5 second; in the cv- Year's Varsity Team.
--- tury dash was reonizcd a:; the -
H-aUROLERS ARE STRONG only authentic world s record.. This Coach Jack Blott has cut the size
--- r gnitiOn takes th NeCOYd from (i his freshman base ball squad
Coach Charlie Hdyt' freshman Drew. Paddock, Kelly mId Goate down to a workable number of
track stars clearly demonstrated - !players. There are two men for each
their superiority over the Illini vwlI ihavO iide iIif ). nS at of the infield and outfield positions,
yearlings last Saturday when the 9 3-5 setono-h. with four aspirants for duty behind
Wolverines copped a 75 1-2-64 1-2 ;This wvrkl t beatin flu time was the plate, and eight flingers on the
decision from their rivals in a made by the diinutivihe Wolverine pitching staff.
telegraphic meet. Only one slam Several good players have
was registered by either team dur- sprinter under the coaching discovered on t p yearling team
ing this meet, Michigan taking all Steve Farrell and is anotiher featiIrI that should be promising material
iine points in the 220 yard low i in the Michigan mentor's h . To1an for next year's varsity line. McKay,
tirdles with Eglestdn, DeBaker, will now have to defend the record the ace of the first year hurlers,
ind Roi.h turning in better times ! as the fastest human when he would be varsity material on any
than any of the Illini. . ruins against Simpson at the Con- ball club. On the catching stall
In the 100 yard dash Russell of ference met. (Continued on Page 7)
Illinois turned in a time of 9.6 to
win first place with Hitt of Mich-

last Saturday in the California in-!
tercollegiate meet that the 220-
yard event was not as much to his
liking as the hundred when he lost
to Hector Dyer of Stanford after
winning the shorter race with ap-
parent ease.

Next Year's Varsity Prospects
to Close Spring Practice
With Regulation Game.
Spring basketball practice will be
brought to a close today with a
regulation game between one five
captained by Hank Weiss, varsity
cageman of last season, and an-
other quintet led by Alex Shaw,
member of this year's yearling
squad.
Coach Veenker stated tlat the
candidates are in good condition,
and a fast game is expected. The
men have been drilling, since two
weeks before spring vacation, on an
average of three or four times ai
week, and with a few exceptionsf
are the men who will represent
nnh th hnrdwnnod flnr

. 90 Yard Dash f
George Simpson of Ohio State:
and Eddie Tolan will provide one I
of the features of the meet when
they resume their rivalry in the Associated ress Photo
century dash. In their only meet- William "Speed" Gardiner,
Veteran racing driver, who will
ing this year at the Ohio relays, enter his car in the annual 500-
Simpson was the victor, but Tolan mile automobile race that will be
defeated him at the Big Ten meet held at Indianapolis on Decoration
last year, setting a new record of Day-
:09.5 seconds. BIG TEN GOLFERS
Jack Campbell of Michigan, Use- GE
man of Illinois, Root of ChicagoG INYI EESECOND
and Haas of Minnesota are other ROUND O MEET
leading sprinters who may garner .
For the first time' in the history
a poinrortwoi his .of the annual Big Ten golf tourna-
220 Yard Dash. ment, all the teams in the Confer-
Simpson will be the favorite in ence are represented. The first
the furlong against the same fielde
that will participate in the century. round was played yesterday, the
The Buckeye flash set a new Con- teams going into the finals today.
ference record of :20.6 seconds, and Illinois has been the choice of
i should retain his title. His greatest E the -dopesters to carry away team
competition will come from Tolan; honors. Their record in Confer-
and Campbell of the Wolverines, ence tilts this year has been fav-
Root and East of Chic igo, and Use- orable enough to give them this ad-
man of Illinois. vantage if there is any in bei n
440 Yard Dash.. picked to win.
After a winter on the, basketball Monday found all the teams
court, Rut Walter of Northwestern ready for practice rounds at Evan-,
has returned to the cinder path in Iston. The course is in fine shape
an effort to retain his quarter mile having been retrapped last year
title. The Purple runner will be with deeper traps and making ap
I favored over the field. Fred proaches more difficult. In the
Strother of Ohio and A Tenke of practice round Monday, North-

igan a close second. Hitt, however,
turned the ta'ales in the 220 and
won from Russell in 21.7. Allen" of
Michigan was first in the 440 with
a 50.7, while his team-mate Turner
showed best in the 880 by clickingI
off a 1:59.7 for the distance.
Wolverines Win the Mile.
Two Wolverines, Howell and Hill
collected eight points in the mile.
Howell was first in this event with
Hill second. Howell's time was
4:36 1-5. In the two mile Reasoner
beat out Howell and Hill by turning
in a time of 9:58.8.
Hawley Egleston won his second
race of the meet when he finished
first in the 120 yard high huidles
in front of Roth of Michigan and
Allen of Illinois.
Indians Take Vault.
Only one Michigan man placed
in the high jump when Clark took
a second after Meyer of Illinois
who leaped 5 feet 10 1-2 inches for:
first. The Wolf cub fared even
worse in the broad jump where Hitt
could do no better than a third.
Duncan of Illinofs won this eventl
with a distance of 21 feet 11 inches.!
Illinois nearly slamnied the pole
vault when Day took first and
Schlansker followed him in second:
place. Two Wolverines however l
slipped into a tie with Barron of
Illinois for third and saved a cleanE
sweep in this event. Cox of Mich-
igan took a first in the hammer I
with a toss of 131 feet 1 inch. Gold-
smith and Damm took second and
third in the shot after Strode of
Illinois had heaved the ball 39 feet
4 inches.

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Weiss' team includes Schick, and leaders, while Ed Russell and Dale
r Petrie at forwards, Ricketts at cen- Seymour of Michigan cannot bel
ter and Weiss and Woodruff at overlooked. Hampden of Illinois is{
guard berths. Eveland will be held another possibility in this race.
in reserve in all probability. 880 Yard Run.
Shaw's team will line up with Root Dale Letts of Chicago was clock-
and Shaw at forwards, Garner Al edin 1:55.9 in a quadrangular meet
center, and Altenhoff and Baldwin last week, and should have a good
at guards. (Continued on Page 7)

western polished off Minnesota g
to 7. Minnesota holds the team
j championship won in the Big Ten
meet last year.
The chosen Illini have two for-
m'ridable stars in their array. Lyons;
iwho won the Western Junior
Championship last year is coupled
with Alpert, also a former holdei
of that record.

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