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Former Conference Experience By Brian W. Jones. Saling, Dean, Langerquist, and
h With Minnesota Decides Prospects for a winning cam- Nugnis Will Compose
Board's Choice. paign on the outdoor track thi Crack Iowa Team.
season will depend greatly upon
IAfter a long quest for a footbal he physical condition of the men.
coc oipaeGnTith At the end of the indoor season,
coach to replace Glnn Thistle-no less than four men were on the IOWA CITY, April 1.-The golden... . .
thwaite, Wisconsin has finally fill- crippled list, a fact which, in itself ag o champion me elay teams
ed the vacancy by the appointment accounted for the poor showing of mahe n neryo I tb.
the University of Iowa.
of Dr. Clarence W. Spears, at one the Wolverines in their last few
tiecac<fte nvrst fmeets. For t h e Hawkeye university,
time coach of the iniversity of whos& quartets have won twenty-
Minnesota's gridiron machine, andI Don Haefele, who has been eight important titles most of them
for the past two years mentor a, looked on as one of the most between 1922 and 1930, appears to
: the University of Oregon. promising hurdlers on the Wol- have another fleet combination
verine squad, injured his leg so after two lean seasons.
In sleciSpears over sevral
oth selecting eserWsonsin badly in the Cornell meet that Basis for the optimistic belief is
other candidates, the Wisconsin he., probably will be unable to the performance of the team in-
board desired to name some on^ ce mpete for the remainder of doors. Walter Nuggis, Gordon Lag-
who has already mae uccessful
.wh.reordy thea esu the season. erquist, Sidney Dean, and Captain
record in the Western conference, George Salig traversed the mile in
Tnd the new Badger mentor he outdoor season will get un- 3:23 8-10, forcing Michigan to crack
made such a record in his five years der way April 28, when the Maize the conference indoor record to win.
AssoclafedPressPhoto at 'Minnesota-and Blue journey to Des Moines I No Iowa team ever made better in- Waite Hoyt, veteran hurler
oc Spears, late o f Minnesota Made Good Record. for the Drake Relays. This is one door time. with Brooklyn, who is being co
Oregon, has signed for the job In the years from 1925 to 1929 of the bigger events in the middle Coach George T. Bresnahan pre- ed upon -to do his share of
coaching Wisconsin's football while directing the Gopher destin- west and the prospects of many for dicts that the team will run 3:18 on Dodgers' pitching this season.
rants for the next Conference ies, Spears' elevens won 26 games, gaining Olympic consideration will the outdoor i track, with Captain
lost 9 and tied 3. This record is depend to a large extent upon their Saling making 0:48.5 and the other I
more remarkable when you consid- showing in their meet. men averaging approximately :49.6. Fisher's Men Eagerl
er that four of the defeats were by Saling Fast Anchor Man. 't G d W e
the margin of a single point, and By the time this meet rolls Saling, renowned as a champion
one by only two points. , ound Harmon Wolfe, star hurdler, appears to be capable of
Michigan's football teams in the miler, should be sufficiently re- running anchor legs after the fash- Due to the bad weather; MV
five years of the Spears regime, covered from the illness that ion of his illustrious Old Gold pred- igan's 1932 baseball team is
- were the most successful in win- kept him out of the Cornell ecessrs such as Charles Brookins, practising in the "cage." C
9C 3 1 ning from Minnesota. Four games meet, to provide a serious Frank Cuhel, and George Baird. Fisher, however, expects to tak
were played in the period; the Wol- threat to other middle-western The tall leader has perfect quarter men outside as soon as the wea
ton Sets Two Marks to Win verines winning three to one loss. milers. mile stride, much strength, and a permits at which time he wi
Two of the victories were by one tremendous "lift" near the finish. able to judge who will be wh
g point, the other being the Gopher's T Before the conference indoor this year's varsity. Many so
Style Featured. most crushing defeat, 35 to 0, in H sp h rth complete lay-offd since their defeat meet three weeks ago, Saling never mores, along with the veterans,
1925. had run a. relay quarter in intercol- very promising, slapping the ba
Features Deense will continue to do so until after lgiate competition. He astonished over'Yost Field House.
cords fell right and left at th, coaches by gaining five yards on Ed During spring vacation C
ual All-Campus swimming meet Spears elevens play a tough de- as the recess is over, intensive work Russell, Michigan's holder of the Fisher will keep the 'most prom
he Intramural pool Thursday fensive game and rely largely on a will commence. Big Ten indoor record, and travel- men in Ann Arbor and by st
t. Norton, high-point scorer of powerful attack. He is one of the drill expects to get quite a bil
event, came off with two firsts best line coaches in the country. Teido esnfroi igteds'nei :9
ree style numbers, and crashed His success at Oregon has been many standpointswas a suc- Veteran of two years' experience, complished.
larel dueyto hismber oland defet hedn Gordn Lagnerquit of Des Moines i
of the free style records, the largely due to this power. In his CS, only one defeat being ga smart runner whose best outdoor
nd 100 yard. Three other marks two years in the west, Oregon won chalked up against the Wol- a s r:4er whos, oor
the 220 yard free style, the 50 13 games, lost four and were tied verines in dual meet competi- ime is 0 Nugispfom ry, A
breast stroke, and the 100. in two games. Last year's high- tion. However, the failure of Dnd., is anrugged sophomore, while A EN AVANT . ..iForwr
I back stroke. , light was the 14-6 victory over New the Hoytmen to repeat in the o Trmis anoth soye t
>rton sliced 7.7 seconds off the York University. Big Ten meet was/ a bitter pill w m bins "kosk."
arfresyercran.2ofto swallow, a mighty finish "kick." A
yard free style record and .2 off sw wThe team will receive its first A
50 yard. Snyder beat the old Yearling Numerals in __outdoor baptism at the Kansas rei
in the back stroke by 12 see- Tlays April 23 where it will defend urPatterson
. Gould covered the 50 yardl Hockey Are Awarded NOTICE th eodo :0stb h 9G1&Al
st stroke in 33.2 and Thomas .-- All freshmen interested in the quartet. A week later, the men wi DM.nuat Icga a Fer,r Je, .
220 yard free style in 2.36 for Coach Eddie Lowrey announced football managership may report attempt to bring the university its A
ither two new marks. today the freshman hockey awards. at 2 o'clock this afternoon at seventh Drake relays title in ten For our convenience
:e summaries: Numerals were awarded to Wal- Yost Field house. This is the
0 yard free style: Won by Nor- ter Curtis, Neil Gilles, Berne Gus- only opportunity that freshmen years. - Ann Arbor Store
2nd, Thomas; 3rd, Kinzweil. taffson, John Jewell, John Laun, will have to become acquainted ^Harry Wilke, Bridgepor infielder 603 Church St.
e 2:36 (New record). Gilbert McEachern, John Scherf, with the players. in the Eastern league for three sea- FRANKtQAKES" M
0 yard back stroke: Won by and Thomas Stewart. Louis Colombo, Manager. sons, will manage the Winston- ___RANK ___A___E__
der. Time 1:22 (New record). __ __ _ Salem, N. C., club this year.
0 yard breast stroke: Won by KELLY PRESENTS AWARDS . ----- - __._
vn; 2nd, Gould; 3rd, Klein. -----_.- - _ --
e 1:15.3. Coach Otto Kelly today announ- '
yard medley: Won by Hart- ed the awards for the freshman
2nd, Kawecki; 3rd, Snyder. wrestling squad. Numerals were
e 52:1. awarded to F!cyd Cook, Gordn
O yard free style: Won by Gary, Willard Hildebrand, Jereni: "K
nas; 2nd, Rickey; 3rd, Dersch. 13, Hynes, Edward Jacufski, Leon-
e 2:36 (New record). ard Koplin, Edgar Landwehr, Dn- ;:.
yard breast stroke: Won by ald Lewis, William Paine, Kenneth 1..
Id; 2nd, Brown; 3rd, Klein. Parker, Harold RoiT, Seymour Ru-
e 33:2 (New record), bin, Smitty Smith, Gordon Stow,: :
yard free style: Won by Nor- and Carroll Sweet. '1
2nd, Kawecki; 3rd, Rickey and . --
weil tied. Time 25:1 (New roec- Hugo Otopahi, wrestling coach; :..
at Iowa State college, has tutored 4
ving: Won by Campe; 2nd, five national collegiate champions,
ian; 3rd, Hanway. High score two of them members of the 1928 /
points. American Olympic games m a t
squad. He Neill coach this year 8 8
rl Cramer, sensational sopho- Olympians.
e quarterback of the Ohio State -
an last fall, is an aspirant for Horace Ford, infielder purchased
Buckeye swimming team and by the St. Louis Cardinals, helped
plans to enter the intramural the Cincinnati Reds set a season
ng tournament. !record for double plays in 1928,
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