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THE MICHIGAN- DAIL Y

TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 192?

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IEveryone wishing to paric i-
pate in sp~ring foot ball practice
is asked to report. today at Ferry
field. Eqipment will 1)e issuted
at Yost field house.
E. E. WIEMAN.
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IGOLF CANDIDATES LAD~MO
Vriygolf candidates, including N M D AIA AiIA
fr eshmen, w~ill try out for the squad ;l~lfLIIf1
tomorrow, Thursday, and Friday at
2 ithe Anin Arbor golf course, accordingf NEW YORK, April 18-Yale and
0' to an announcement made yesterday Michigan swimmers figure most
by Coach Carlton F. Wells. prominently on the 1927 all-college
1 The tryouts will play 36 holes, with team just selected by L. De B. Andley,
3 te bst15 eda sore todeermnehead referee of the Intercollegiate
playeers'rt1mdscotesgodclub.iTe Swimming association. Each univer-
playrs'rigts a th gof clb. hesity is represented in three events.
0 1 men will play in pairs to be announc-
ed tomorrow. The selections:
All prospiective tryouts (men who Al-olg--50yr feesl,
1< consistently shoot under 85 on a 6,000. House, Yale; 106-yard, D~arnall, Mich-
yard course) should get out to the iganl; 2201 and 440 yards, Samson,
links for a p~ractice round, or at least Michigan; 150-yard backstroke,
to hand in their namies, by 4:30' House, Yale; 200-yard breast strode,
o'clock today, the coach said.I Schott, Williams; fancy diving, Glroh,
1 Golf prospects this year are quite? Illinois; 200-yard relay, Yale (Clark,
31 favorable, according to early indlica- Clayton, Poke and Sullivan).
tionjs, and the team will probably The selection of Groh int the diving
0 make a strong bid for the Big Ten land of House over K. D. Young, Geor-
21I title. gia lback str oker, distinctly surprised
all aquatic fans.
B3ETKLEY.-California will send
011two eight-oared crews East in June ASH-EVILLE.-Jess Sweetser will
2to compete in the national regatta not dlefend his British amateur golf
at Poughkeepsie. championship this year..

formier As Wolveries ota1l 37
Points; 3iinesota Is Sec clod tiu ILige
aYOUNG BREAKS RECORD Ipi'l.r.G0 0}{071
Michigan's swimming team, led b Ptsugh..0 0006
Cp.Paul Samson, substantiated its:jPt~ug .0 0 0-91
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claim to the national itercollegiate ___
swimming title by scoring 37 points in
the national meet held Friday and Sat- I New *York 122 102 001 11-1l1 18
u rrday at Iowa City. Minnesota p~lacedlBso 0) 1 0 0-)1
second with 25 points, and Northwest-
ern third with 9.1 St. Louis-Cincinnati game postpone
Captain: Samson, participating in 0on account of rain.
the last meet of his collegiate career, hm ui
was a double winner, taking the 220 HoeRn
and 440 yard races. The Michigan! A iIne1'i('auILeagne
star was not forced in either race,j Schang, St. Louis; Blankenshil
winning the first event in 2:26.7 and Chicago; Gaston, St. Louis.
the 440 in 5:28. Wagner of Michigan
placed second in the quarter mile. rational Leanne
Darnall of Michigan won the 100
yadsi n5.5 adpae harper, New York; Williams, Phila
I yrd wimin 6.5secndsandplaeddelphia; Hlartnett, Chicago; Meuse
fourth in the 50 yard race. Seagerj Brooklyn.
il I.scored a point for the Maize and Blue
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by placing fourth in the 100 yardI
event. Wright of Columbia won the
50 yard swim in 25 seconds, the four
finalists ending the race in a blanket
finish. S. Hill and Moody of Minneso-
ta placed second and third respec-1
tively, b~eating out D~arnall by a touch.
The Wolverine relay team, composed

Yankees continued their early season
spurt by winning yesterday's games
with Chicago and Boston to re-
tain the top positions in the National
and American leagues respectively.
The Yanks scored their sixth con-
secutive victory over Boston, 3-0, to

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of Seager, Watson, Samson, and Dar- mark the 111tn sri ula loss ,Or"t Ic
nall, pae iswnigi :07 Red Sox who are in undisputed pos-
Seager, Spindle, and Wagner gave session of the cellar. Reuther pitched
Michigan a second place in the medley masterful ball, allowing but threeI
relay race, losing to Minnesota by a ! hits. Meadows,' pitching for theI
small margin. Pirates only gave the Cubs four himt -, I
K. D. Young of Georgia Tech brokeI but one of them was a homer by
the world's record in the 150 yard Hartnett for the only Cub run. Trhe
back stroke, winning the event from score was 9 to 1.
a fast field in 1:44. Hill of Minneso- Cleveland took a close contest from !
to placedl second, ahead of his strong Detroit, 3-2 in the latter' s second!
rivals, Spindle and Hubbell of Mich- game of the season. All the home
igaii. runs in the American league were!
______________________made in the Chicago-St. Louis game,'
SYRACUSE.-The Syracuse univer-j with the Browns contributing two and
sity lacrosse team is now touring the! the White Sox one as the former won U
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