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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MVckigan Swimmers Awar SxAl-ofrne

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Berger, -Wisconsin, ancowr nmzn. 5-
yard free style--Herschborger. Wv';-
consin; DayrnalI. Michigan: ~m111

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Six Members of the Michigan swim- Harrison as Michigan's entry in the
Ming team were favored with places' a", diving.
on a mythical all-Conference selection' Wh all-Conference team picked by
made by Coach Matt Mann, especially C1oach ?Mann is as follows: 200 yard
for the Michigan Daily yesterday. Min- relay-Sam Bill, Minnesota, Moody,
riosota, present Big Ten champion also ! Minniesoa, Darnall, Michigan, Hersch-
plac~d six men on the team.
Coach Mann chose Darnall, Samson,
T. anjd J. Halst.ed, Dunnakin, Harrison,:
as Michigan's select en for all-Con-os
ference honors. Darnall was given a D iiiidi ad'
place in the 50 and 100 yardI free
style events, and the 200 yard relay.; 340 SO. a
Paul Samson, captain-elect of the
Michigan 1927 team, was considered

~Minnesota. 100 ya rd free siyje --
:Moody, Minne-ota ; Ilerschberg-,-, Wi -'
consin ; JDarnall, 1t1ichigati :;S 1n f 1i,
M~innesota. 440 yo '.-d swinm---S~-o
Michigan; Druhling, Nurlh v, iJ..
Lain ert, Io-a ; Dumalai .iiai.an
220 yard swim -- >r..soil, eu ;
,Moody, Minnesota ; Tithm er, Furdhiv
Dunnakin. Vlichigan. L50 y.ard ha lK

s'trolce---J. 1Hiill, Minnesot a :;. laLLe, li. m1eot- ra Wsoni +f~- flii
Mihian; R. Blsled, Michig;an; Bon- ilersebbierger, Wisconsin.tM
nell, tior"Jhwestern. Fancy Diving--' _ bhi to#i h ol oleeG f r~A ir r t ci.fi n g
Carter, linnesota ; 0'l3ritn. IllinoP, : in the South that allows the coach to If you are a telephonte subscriber call Jimmrne
tiis'ani~l;Flariso, lich ppont te cptaishe Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, aid your want ad
'jJgaiOzj, 200 yarid r r ii : son, Mi]:hrapponttheca tanwit! be chargedl.
~>)U yard i 02 ~'trke-Krat" ie ihigan Daily r-eserves the right to
1v Ci1 ?nrn. : (ar2te'T r, IWa: lrdy, Min- Little investment-big returns, The classify all want acts under appropriate head
s;.301yard medley relay-J. Daily Classifieds.-Adv. 1g adcorpseoy.ihhl bjcioal

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THE HUHSTELLE COMPAR

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the otstandinig performer in the long \XWe have the Chiropody in our Shop Tuesdays and 'Wed- (enlSar oOr1)vreaw
distane swims, namely the 220 awldAnesdays, including evenvings.aws
440 yard r'aces. nsas nldn vnns
Michigan was given two places ouitWe do all kinds of beauty work. Open Monday. Wed- i
of four in the backstroke event. The wl
two Halsted brothers, John and Rob-! n1 esday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings.
ert, were consistent performers in all
of, the meets on the wolverine sche- lumiaiiNat ire versus }Huan Ilstiutiols
duie and placed ini the Conference DIAL 8878BJesLyc vlim
- Please Not.e
A g LIMITED ENGAGEMENT PLAYING FOURA
DAYS ONLY, STARTING SUNDAY MATINEE UT
S Horray! hSpri* gt HasArrived.
MARCH THE ARC CELEBRATES THE OCCASION WITH A MARCH
21 PROGRAM OF (8) SPECIAL FEATURES (8)
Here's A Bill As Welcpme As Spring!.
IsDisti dnPlus- Five
Perormane
A Story that will Write Itself Inde-y
libly on, Your Heart and Mind1
Valentino plays a dashing Italian count, a
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into a powerfully dramatic situation when the t
! ~wife of his best friend-(a cobra woman, who1
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