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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Samson, Dunnakin, Benteni, Watson,
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Held Saturday
MICHIGAN HAS 56 POINTS:
Michigan will be represented in the
final state championship event on the
i state A. A. U. swimming program Sat-,
urday at the Detroit athletic club byl
Paul Samson and Fred Dunakin of
the Varsity squad, and by Watson andI
Bement of the freshman team.
With Bob Darnall out of the meet
on account of an attack of measles,
Paul Samson, captain-elect, is favored
to win first place in the 100 yard free
style in easy fashion, and all of the
Michigan entries have possibilities of
placing.
Michigan clinched the lead in the A.
A. IT. point race by the showing of
the men who competed in Detroit last
Saturday. With only nine points still
at stake, neither the Yacht club or
the Detroit athletic club can possibly
approach Michigan's total of 56 points.
The Yacht club is the nearest com-
petitor at the present time with 40
points to their credit. Michigan's point
total might of been even higher had
the freshmen been allowed to compete
for the squad in the state meets, as
several of the yearlings, swimming un-
attached, placed in both the junior and
senior championships.

ence freshman telegraphic track meet
recently sponsored by Alben Holden,I
editor of the Big Ten weekly, with a
total of 52 1-6 points. Illinois was!
second with 26 2-3, Minnesota third1
with 17 1-3, Wisconsin fourth with
17 2-3, while Michigan was fifth with
5 1-6.
The Wolverines got their points -nj
the 50 yard hurdles, high jump, and
pole vault. Kinney was tied for
fourth in the hurdles, Lane placed
third in the high jump, while the mile1
relay team was third.
Iowa gathered five first, five secort,
and a number of third and fourth
places to win the meet. The summariesf
follow:t
50 yard high hurdles-Won byt
Roger, Illinois (5.4); Peterson, Iowa,
and Armstrong, Iowa, tied for second
(5.5); Stemats, Iowa Moller, Illinois,1
Spargur, Wisconsin, Jacobs, Minne-
sota, Otterness, Minnesota and Kinney,f
Michigan tied for third (5.6).
220 yard dash-Won by Waterhouse,!
Illinois, (23.2); Mueller, Minnestoa, I
second (23.4); Baird, Iowa, Stamats, t
Iowa, and Hollingsworth, Illinois, tied
for third (23.5).
440 yard run-Won by Baird, Iowaj
(51.3); Fisher, Iowa, second (51.8); l
Heberling, Iowa, third (52.6); Kelley,'
Michigan, fourth, (52.8).1
Half mile-Won by McIrvine, Illi-
nois (1:58.5); McCammon, Iowa sec-
ond (2:00.4); Reilly, Iowa, third;

en Capture Big PENALTY WILL
phic Track Meet NOT AFFECT
PASSING--YST
(2:00.7); Hamlett, Illinois, fourth
(2:00.8). "I do not believe that the penalty
I One mile-Won by Brady, Iowa will materially affect the use of the
(4:31.8); McCammon, Iowa, second forward pass, at least not by teams
(4:34.2); Anderson, Minnesota, third that are proficient," was the state-
(9:58); Nelson, Minnesota, fourth ( ment issued by Coach Fielding II.
.(4:39.6). 1 Yost yesterday, when asked about the
Two mile-Won by McCammon, new ruling that was passed at the
Iowa (9:52); Brady, Iowa, second meeting of the rules committee in New
(9:52.1); Anderson, Minnesota, third York Saturday.
(9:58); Nelson, Minnesota, fourth "In my opinion, it would have been
(10:00). bettter to encourage the use of the
Shot put-Won by Forwald, Iowa forward instead of putting any furth-
(40 10 '1-2); Morrison., Iowa second er restrictions on its use. It is true
1(9 10 1-2); Taylor, Wisconsin, third that the five yard penalty for the sec-,
(39); Badley, Iowa, fourth (38 6). cond incompleted forward pass made
High jump-Won by Roberts, Wis- between two first downs in not a
consin (6 1)-; Otterness Minnesota, severe one. Under the old rules,
second (5 11 1-2); Lane, Michigan, practically 'no forward passes were
third (5 10); Bangert, Illinois, fourth made on the fourth down because of
( ) g , , danger of losing the ball on an in-
completed pass."
Pole vault-Won by Otterness, Min- "Few teams used the forward pass
nesota (11 9); Harrison, Illinois, sec- on the flrst down. Forward passing
ond (11 8 7-8); Lipne, Wisconsin, and was mostly done on the seond and-
Heikes, Illinois, tied for third (11 6). third downs. The penalty is only on
One mile relay-Won by Iowa (Arm- I the second incompleted pass, not on
strong, Fisher, Healy, Baird) (3:28.3); the second forward pass-, if one has
Illinois, second (3:34.1); Michigan, been completed. In my opinion, this
third (3:35.5); Minnesota, fourth, penalty will in no way deter the wild
(3:37.4). passing which has occurred at the
end of games. When you are shoot-
Pat Page, receptly appointed foot- ing at the moon, a five yard penalty
ball coach at Indiana university, will will not stop you," the coach said.
meet candidates for his 1926 squLad
next Thursday when spring practice In a dual track meet here between
will be started. the University of Florida and the Un-
iversity of Havana the former won by,
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TARPON SPRINGS, Fla., March 23.-George Sisler, laboring to tune
his Browns into pennant winning shape here and confident that his year
is at hand, has two interesting young men with his club who did not re-
ceive an introduction last spring for simple reason that they weren't with
the club.
One is Oscar Melillo, the second baseman who set a world's fieldling
record in the American association last year.
And the other is Ernie Nevers, who was to the Pacific coast in football
what Red Grange was to the territoryeast of the Mississippi.

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