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D oherty Plans First
Yearling Track Meet
OVERIRISH EVEN(Continued From Page 6)
tions as more candidates come out
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Call Adolf Koch, 6574. 1010 For-
LOST -- Parker pencil between
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LOST-Glasses-white gold frames
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RS Afor the squad.
Rockne Glum as Squad Arrives Several different events will belt
in Los Angeles for Epic run off in Wednesday's meet in_ C
Battle of Champions. eluding the 50-yard dash, 65-yard -
high and low hurdles, 300 and 600-
HANLEY IN FOR MULLINS yard dashes, and the three-quar-
ter and mile and one-half runs;
of N.(Coninued From Page 6) and in the field events, the pole
Betting on the Irish-Trojan bat- vault, high jump, broad jump, and
tle which was even during the early shot put.
part of the week, has given the In the 50-yard dash the most
odds to the West coast team with outstanding men to date are Ren-
the announcement that Larry Mul-
lins, who has been filling Savoldi's wick, Skebelsky, Gould, Doner,
shoes so well at fullback, would be Kahn, Myers, and Zahner. Gould,
unable to get into the game be- Rollins, Grahm, and Younger have
cause of water on his knee due to shown the greatest amount of
an injury received in the Army bat- promise. The men most adept at
tie. Hanley will take the field for surmounting the hurdles are Hes-
Rockne with Carideo, Brill, and ton, Eldred, MacDowell, and Brad-
Schwartz to complete the Irish ley. Candidates in the distance
backfield, which will oppose Pinc- events have not had the opportun-
kert, Mohler, Duffield, and Musick ity to prove their ability as yet
of the coast team. having just come out for the track
Physical and mental condition of squad after the close of the har-
the Ramblers when they land in rier season.
California will probably be the de- Myers, Jepperson, and Lassala
ciding factor in the game, for with have shown the best ability in scal-
the pounding of the last two hard- ing the bar in the pole vault. Four
won battles, the mental effect of men, Wilson, Murphy, Moisio, and
losing Mullins, and with every- Trybyszewski, stand out in the high
thing at stake to win, the Irish jump.
gridders may break under the -
strain, W senSaeN r a
Whatever the outcome, it will be Wesiern State Normal
one of the hardest fought contests to Meet Michigan Five
of the year, with Notre Dame ---
throwing its whole power into an (Continued From Page 6)
offensive thrust with the objective Michigan with prep school reputa-
of opening the way for the open tions of being high scorers, but to
field running of Schwartz. Inten- date neither of them have been
sive blocking drill has been meted able to enter the ranks of the elite.
out to the Irish during their stay- However they are fine floor men,
over in Tucson, Ariz., for this very and should they find their eyes will
purpose. be dangerous men. Eveland, Alten-
Jones, on the other h a n d, hoff, and Shaw are all known to
has indicated that tne Trojan plans be good floor players, but their
call for a perfected defensive a- scoring ability under fire is a
gainst the powerful visiting backs. problematic matter.
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