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From the
By John Thomas
Tlurner Jhick Fromt
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Troj hy I'iice

Wolverine Swimmers

Wolves To Seek soy's Relay Squad Audience of 4,000
Fif th Nationa Anticipates Victory Attends Open Hones
As Season Closes Before a crowd of close to 4,000
Crown At ae pectatrs flashed nn ver-chang

Cristy-Wiget 440 Duel To
Feature Meet; Experts
Give Mieliigii Edge
Records May Fall

A two-mile relay team, two hur-
dilers, a high-jumper, a shot-putter,
and a dash-man left Ann Arbor this
morning by auto to compete for
track honors at the Butler Relays in
Indianapolis tomorrow night.
The relay squads made up of
Ned Turner, Charlie DeBaker, Doc
Howell and Ed Lemen. Willis Ward
will represent the Wolves in the high
jump, his specialty; Hawley Egles-
ton and Boyd Pantlind will compete
for points in the high and low hur-
dles; Cass Kemp will run the dash
n~l lRltm -fPr wdill 4t thr sh it

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NED TURNER is back from his:
hurried invasion of the promin- Wolverines, Wildc'ats Will
cut Canadian indoor track meet and Fi,.ht For Relay r
colled w udto his large ton h T o- a
collecion. 'two-Day I'ect
Last Tuesday night he ran seond
to Phil Edwards, Canadian Olympic Michigan's National Collegiteo
star, in the 1,000-yard race in the Ca- swimming champions will begin the
naii n Nationals. Edwards snapped defense of their title today in Yale's
the tape in 2:17A to tie the Canadian Payne Whitney Pool at New Haven,
record. Heintz, of the Cincinnati Conn.
Club was third. Edwards had a two- Preliminaries are schecdled for
yard lead on the Michigan star. this afternoon and tonight with the
Wednesday night, in the Hamilton; finals set for tomorrow night. The
Games, Turner again ran second, this Wolverines are given a slight edge in
time to Glen Cunningham, in the their quest for their fifth national
special one-half mile race. Fred title in the last seven years..
Shaver, of the Hamilton Olympic Leland Stanford, West co ;nt cham-
club, was third, Multon Sandler, of pions, will again be strong ontend-
the German American A.C. from'New ers. They were runners-up to the
York, was fourth and Phil Edwards Michigan team in the Nationals held
did not finish, here last year, trailing the victorious
Edwards had about a two-foot Wolverines by only three points in
lead on Cunningham as they round- the final standings.
ed the last turn on the six-lap board The loss of Clapp, stellar distance
track, when he stepped off on the man, may handicap the westein ag-
inside and fell. Cunningham, run- gregation considerably but in Wiget
ning outside, broke the tape with- they have another distance swiinrmer
out being held up by the accident. who will extend Michigan's Jim
Turner made his bid with only one Cristy to the utmost in the 440. 'Wi-
lap to go in this race, coming up get swam it in 5:01.2 against Gali-
from fifth and 15 yards behind the fornia recently while Cristy's best
lrttling leaders, to within three yards time is 4:57.7 against Northwestern
of Edwards. Like the Canadian, Ned here. He won the event in 5:05.2 at
was running on the pole. When Ed- the Dig Ten meet last week.
wards wcent down, Turner could do Plenty of opposition
nothing except jump over him, as Other .teams that may contest the
there was not time to go outside of Wolverine's title attempt are North-
him. Whereas Turner was a scant western, Yale, Princeton and Har-
three yards in back of Edwards, by vard. Michigan has defeated the
the time he had got over him and Wildcats three times this year but
regamned his stride, he was five yards the Midway team may turn around
i back of Cunningham. as it did in.1930 to seize the National
Michigan's star put in a desperate from under Michigan's nose.
bid for the race and picked up about Yale has a strong team and they
four of the yards, gaining rapidly will have the added advantage of
on Cunningham, but the end cames
too soon and he had to be content ining in their own pool. They
with second and the large cup that are undefeated this year, having
vent with it. urned back a powerful Princeton
Close critics of track who saw the Team just last week.,
meet, sent word on here yesterday Navy and George Washington 'U
that if Turner had not been forced to will send several individual stars,
lose those two or three precious yards chiefly sprinters. An innovation in
a hiried to get around and over he sprints will be the sight of Dickz
th e prawling Edwards, he might 3egener, premier diver, competing in
hay beaten th Kansas star miler. ;he 50 yard event. Dogener swaNr
Turner admitted yesterday that he she distance in 23 seconds here re-
had never felt better in a race since Gently, a time which should be good
the Olympics than in the Hamilton for a place, at least, in the Nationals,
Games. No 220 men of note have appeared
* * * so far and Cristy and Kennedy may

and Al B51umne1Je. will puU i t
for the Maize thinclads.
Ned Turner arrived home yes
day from his Canadian competil
and with only a short rest will
anchor-man on the relay team
The relays are the last indoor c
petition for the Michigan trackst
and the Hoytmen anticipate it as
opportunity of gaining revenge
the Indiana Hoosiers. The defea'
the Big Ten indoors came as a b
to the Wolves, and a victory w(
go a long way towards evening n
thing his own way in the lowbc
diving since "Mickey Riley" Gali
of Southern California and Lol
of Iowa have completed their
legiate competition.
On past performances Horn.
Northwestern must be conceded

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200 yard breast stroke title. He low-
ered the National Collegiate title un-
officially last week and will probably
make it official tomorrow or Satur-
day since N. C. A. A. titles can be
established only at the annual Na-
tional meet.
Medleyists Have Edge
Michigan and Northwestern are
scheduled to renew their feud in the
two relay events. The Wolverine
medley team composed of Capt.
Johnny Schmieler, Louis Lemak and
Bob Renner is given an edge by ex-
perts since it cracked the conference
mark to nose out the Wildcats last
week. Little is known about the East-
ern relay teams but the Western
teams seem definitely out of the pic-
ture, with no times anywhere near
this year's Big Ten marks.
Coach Matt Mann's usual ace in
the hole, Johnny Schmieler, who won
the National 200 yard breast strokc
and 220 titles two consecutive years
will compete on the two relay team,
and in one individual event, probably
the 100 yard free-style, in which he
was third at Chicago last week.
Joe Reiff, who set a conference
scoring record this year, also led the
Big Ten in scoring in 1931.

ROE REIFF wound up his college
basketball career with a new Con-
ference scoring record of 167 points,
including 53 field goals which is also
a new record. The total record was
formerly 154, set by Johnny Wooden
of Purdue while the latter record
was held by Bonnic Oosterbaan at 52
tid goals,
Joe got oif to a rather slow start
this year with only six points in the
opn1ingae against Illinois. He
tthe i n made, 11 against Purdue and 29
against Chicago. This tied the rec-
ord for points scored in one game.
His midscason average was not out-
standing. He accumulated 11 against
indiana and Minnesota. In the re-
ining five games he was able to
score 86 points for a total of 53 field
goa'',and 61 foul shots.
R1ei6 own teammate, Elmer John-
son was second with 114.' Johnson is
really better than most people think.
fle has been a regular for three years
and feared by yevery coach in the
UIXOUGH the Boilermaker bask-
et II squad wvas forced to be con-
t 1t with a .500 rating in the season
just closed, Purdue still holds a neat
ltgd in the race for permanent pos-
ession of the Allerton Trophy, sym-
bolic of the Dig Ten championship.
This trophy will become the perm-
'nent possession of the school first
winning three points, an undisputed
title counting one point. Purdue has
1wo and one-half, Northwestern one
rind one-half, and Indiana, Michigan,
Wisconsin and Ohio State each claim
one-half point.
Purdue won undisputed titles in
1930 and 132 and gained a tie in
TAMPA, March 23.-Babe Ruth
has been car'rying a souvenir golf ball
around in his pocket for a few days.
This ball is one that he lammed for
a hole in one on the Pasadena course
near St. Petersburg.

finish one, two in this event as they
did at Chicago last week.
Degener appears to have every-




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haven't been in a clothing store for
months act here this spring. You see,
when they were last inside of a men's
store, good suits were $35 . . . quality
hats $7 . . . and now these same grade
suits are $19.50 and wonderful hats
are offered at $2.95 . . . and the dol-
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