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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY F

Track

Team

Faces

Indiana

Today

At Bloomington

They're not

Clash Ends Dual
Meet Season For
Both Opponents.
Meet Will Be Close With
Either Squad Picked To
Eke OutVictory
Rivab Beat Ilinois
Coach Hoyt Hopes For A
Slam In Quarter Mile;
Osgood' Is Favored
Michigan and Indiana's track
squads clash at Bloomington today
in the final dual meet of the out-
door season for both teams. Indi-
cations are that the meet will be very
close and the prognosticators have
made it known that either the Hoo-
siers or the Wolverines can eke out
a victory.
Coach Charlie Hoyt and his 24-man
squad left here early yesterday morn-
ing by auto and will return imme-
diately after the meet.
An idea of the relative strength of
the two teams may be gained from a
comparison of their respective records
against Illinois, a comparatively weak
squad.
Hoosiers Beat Illini

To Run Here Today And Tomorrow In State Meet

[ive A-B Track IiTMd
Tems TIs Awarded To Seidel
M1INNEAPOLIS, May 14.-- )--
e e at rd y Glenn E. Seidel, captain of the 1935
YBig Ten champion University of Mi-
nesota football team, today was
awarded the Western Conference
annual Five-A league track and field medal for proficiency in scholarshi
meet at Wines Field thi Saturday and athletics at Minnesota.
withi prernminai es Slated to start at President Lotus D. Coffman of
10 o'clock in t1h morning and the the university told students as-
finals to go on at 1:30 p.m. sembled for the annual cap and
Ann Arbor, h i gown day exercises the award rep-
Aedefending chain-i esented "the highest degree of
pion this e Lansing Central, and achievement in his athletic as well
,lackson are expected to put up a I as scholastic work."
1i illiant three cornered battle for Election of Seidel, now backfield
the championship, with Ann Arbor coach at Tulane University, to Ta
handicapped by the loss of many of Beta Pi, national honorary engineer-
last year's team. Battle Creek and ling fraternity, also was announced.
Lansing Eastern have also entered Membership is limited to the schol-
squads, but are not in a class with astic upper quarter of the senior
the fast steppers from the othe, class in engineering, architecture,
three schools. chemistry and mines.
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Two weeks ago the Illini journeyed
to Bloomington where the Hoosiers
proceeded to, trounce Don Seaton and
his men by a 85-46 score. The fol-
lowing week the Indians made the
trip to Ann Arbor where they received
but little better treatment. Mich-
igan buried them under a 792-46%12
count to equal the Indiana score
made the week before. The only rea-
son that the Wolverines were not able
to pile up 85 points was that there
was no mile relay. There really was
nonc at Bloomington either, for Coach
Seaton had to forfeit this event be-
cause of lack of material.
Charlie Hoyt hopes for a sweep in
the quarter this afternoon, and he
did not appear pessimistic over the
possibility that Stan Birleson, Harvey
Patton, and Chuck Miller might all
combine to present Michigan with
nine points in this event.
Rich In 440
In addition to Malcolm Hicks who
has run 50.4 indoors, Indiana has'
Bud Rich in the 440. Rich won the
quarter against the Indians two weeks
ago, but his time was 50.9, and Hicks
has done little or nothing since the
comnencement of the outdoor season.
Don Lash ran the mile against Illi-
nois in 4:27.5 while Brelsford, the suc-
ceeding Saturday, did 4:20.1. Ho i-
ever, to say that Brelsford could beat
Lash on the basis of this perform-
ance would be foolish, for while Lash
was content to save himself for the
two-mile event, Brelsford was prac-
ticing for today's meet when he hopes
to be able to force the Indiana dis-
tance star to run himself out in the
mile and prevent him from coming
back in the longer grind.
Bob Osgood, who negotiated the'
high hurdles for a new Michigan rec-
ord last week, will be favored over
Indiana;s well-known Dan Calde-
meyer who was clocked in 14.6 in his
last start.
Conference Champion Skip Etchells
should have easy sailing over Schnei-
derman, Hoosier discus man whose
best effort is in the neighborhood of!
136 feet, but Bob Collier, who ran a
21.2 220 against Illinois, should be
able to shade Wolverines Fred Stiles
and Chuck Miller.
TRY THIS, GOLFERS
Joe Ezar, trick shot artist, can hit
four golf balls at one time.

Here are seven of the outstanding track and field stars who will compete on Ferry Field Friday and Satur-
day im. the State Intercollegiate Track andFild Meet on Ferry Field. In addition to these brilliant competitors,
the meet will see such renowned athletes as Gene Beattie, hurdler and winner of the hurdles at the Penn
Relays for three successive yealrs; John Lewis, quarter-miler en the 1928 Olympic team, and Bill Zepp fo Mich-
igan Normal. The preliminaries to be held today, starting at 2:30 p.m. include competition in the hundred
yard dash, 220, 440, the half-mile, the hurdles, shot, discus, javelin, and broad jump. Admission to the pre-
liminaries will be free, while a charge of 65 cents, 25 cents of which goes directly to the Olympic fund, will
be made to the finals on Saturday.

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Sports Shorts From The I-M
.Files Revive Stars Of The Past
By RAY GOODMAN in the allowed 10 minutes, he lost by
default.
Taken from the Intramural files:d
Keith Bennett, water polo goalie for
Theta Chi, was never scored on in A tie football game is decided by
the five years that he competed. Theta allowing each team four downs and
Chi won the championship in that calling that team. the winner which
sport every one of those five years makes the best yardage in their four
('29, '30, ' 1, '32, and '33). downs.
In a game between the D.D.'s and
Sigma Alpha Epsilon's 1935 basket- the Wolverines last season, the D.D.'s
ball team made a new I-M- scoring took the ball first and failed to gain.
record against Phi Lambda Kappa The Wolverines, in their four tries lost
running up 70 points while Phi L. K. one-half yard. The D.D.'s won.
failed to score. The game consisted
of four five minute quarters. Barton In its opening game of the 1934
Hensley collected 11 baskets to lead season Sigma Nu defeated Zeta Betaj
the individual scoring. Tart, 15 to 0. But 12 men faced Estil
"Zit" Tessmer, the game going only1
Phi Sigma Delta won 41 consecu- four innings, all were set down via
tive softball victories and four titles the strike-out route.I
from 1927 to 1930. They were finally -- ---- z
defeated by Phi Gamma Delta. REAL COMPETITION
Minnesota has 11 guard candidatesj
The 1931 championship soccer tearm, fighting so hard for jobs that they;
the Cosmopolitans, had 18 players don't speak in the locker-room.
representing 10 different nationalities.
In the semi-final round of the 1935 Fountain Pens
ice hockey tournament the 38's de- I
feated Delta Tau Delta, 1 to 0, in a
game that went six overtimes. The
contest took four hours to play be-
ginning at 11:30 p.m. and finally end-
ing at 3:30 a.m.

Netters To Face
Michigan State
In Return Meet
There will be another in the lone
list of grudge battles between Mich-
igan State and Michigan at Ferry
Field today at 3 p.m. when the Varsity
netters seek revenge for an early sea-
son, 6-3 defeat at the hands of Cap-
tain Rosa and Co.
Michigan tennis followers, basing
their prognostications on comparative
scores, see a victory for the Wolverines
since Ohio State, which is being
kicked about in the Big Ten cellar,
easily defeated the Spartans, 6-3, last
week.
Capt. Howie Kahn, who lost to
Captain Rosa of Michigan State on
Kahn's second day of outdoor play,
will try consequences with Willard
Klunzinger, the Spartans' number one
man. This match, the feature of the
day, will bring together two well-
matched players but Kahn's greater
experience should give him the edge.

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played number one man on his fra-
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every -match he ever played until the
occasion of his very last match when,
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