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SU.NDAY, JANUARY 22, E928
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WEISNULLER AN SAMSON ARE INCLUE olverine Matmen M ETA L P ck Team To Hod
Al, SKNAR N'LDD NMINSTAWL R AWill Oppose State Regular Practices
ARRAY OF SYIN4HO IL CM ET Outfit Here Feb. 4 IMMENSF1ELD 1 HOUS[ During Exam Period
Fnt eip rra a gt f taollow Ing hie exrmination period ~-~~-~ Taking advan he fa t that
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TWO CAMPIONSHIP TEAMS TO TO SWIM AGAINST,
VIE FOR HONORS IN
UNIONV OOLSARIY A KMEN
MANOVITZ IS FRE STYLER
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Stars In One Of O reate'4 LteeP
Eier Held in Ann Arbor

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team will renew its dual meet sched-
ule at 7:30 o'clock Saturday evenin",

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utlar practices for his Varsity hockey

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In the greatest swimming "meet ever
seen in Ann Arbor, Mich., National
collegiate and Big Ten champion's,
will compete with the Illinois Athletic
club, National A.A.U. title holders,!
next Saturday night, Jan. 28, in the
Unioni pool. This meet will bring to-
gether some of the foremost' switi-
mers in the United States, including
Johnny Weissmuller, Buck Samson,}
and Bob Darnall.
Coach Bill Bachrach of the I.A.C.
will bring a star aggregation of seven
swimmers to Ann Arbor, in ~an effort
to vanquish the Wolverines. Opposed
to the Tri-color natators Coach Matt
Mann will assemble the strongest
Michigan team that has yet competed
in a dual meet this season.
Relay Will Be Feature
Johnny Weissmuller, world's cham-
pion swimmer, Buck Samson, best
collegiate natator of 1927, Paul Man-
ovitz, captain of the 1927 Northwest-
ern university tank team and Hugo
Miller will compose a great I.A.C.
relay quartet. Their opponents will
be. the fastest relay teams ever turned
out at Michigan, consisting of Capt.
Bob Darnall, Al Seager, Raw'son Hos-
mer, and Frank Walaitis.
Darnall will endeavor to match
strokes with Weissmuller in the 50
and 100-yard free style events. Hos-
mer or Seager will be the other Michi-
gan entrant in these events, while
Manovitz may represent the I.A.C.
In the breast stroke Bachrach has
entered Richard Peterson, holder of
the National Interscholastic record in
the breast stroke, and Manovitz. Wag-
ner and Thompson are the swimmers
who will strive to annex some points
for Michigan.
Samson In 440
- Buck Samson and Miller will race
against Garnet Ault and Tom WatsonI
of the Wolverines in the 440-yard free
style. Samson holds the Big Ten anI
National Intercollegiate records is
the quarter mile.
The 150 yard back stroke will
bring together Dick Spindle, Big Ten!
champion, and C. L. Prouty, former
Shattuck school star, George Hubbell,
who captured third in the Conference1
meet last year, will also be a Wol-
verine competitor.
Michigan will be represented by
Walaitis, and Rosenberg in the fan-
cy diving. Louis Brady will dive for
the I. A. C. The Wolverine 300 yard
medley team of Spindle, Thompson,
and Seager will meet an extremely
fast trio in Prouty, Peterson, and
Samson.
The Michigan - I. A. C. meet will
begin at :30 o'clock, Jan. 28, in the
Union pool. Admission will be $1.00j
per person.f

Feb. 4, by meeting Michigan Sta e col- __examination period. The ractices
lege at the field house MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 21.-Alhletic' will be arranged according to the
convenience of the players to get to
This will be the third and last of Director F, W. Luehring has sent in-,the rink and without interference
the practice engagements on the vitationis to Dr. James Naismith, "in- with examinations.
Wolverines dual meet schedule. Ohio ventor of basketball," to Major Grif-, Francis Shea. '29. who was injured
ihahei comsinrote in the first Minnesota game this week,
university and West Virginia furnish- fith, athletic commissioner of the s
Conference, and the directors of atli- is now in the University hospital
ed the opposition in the other two en-l sT where he is being treated. He wa's
e~lTheMiciga tem iletics at all Big Ten universities to l~ioe to the hospital Friday fo
counters. The Michigan team will attend and take part in the cere-they from
artinth sre moedthe Hl-ealth Service where he had been
open its Big Ten schedule the follow- monies attending the field house open- iie et turi from T e ae.
ing week-end, Feb. 7. ing the night of Feb. 4. Minnesota She wasrinjure i te opennge
Woherines Held Edge will play Ohio State that night in the pei of ijgae wn he checked
;is aeo tenwfor period of the game when he checked
The Spartan meet has come to be Providing Dr. Naismith attends, his Brown a Gopher forward. The in-
an annual affair in recent years and Pr i s th ary was not considered serious at
annal tuar i reentyeas adpart will be to toss up the ball for! the time and Shea remained in. the
although the Wolverines hold a de- the first tip-off. Major John L. Grif- game on ge eg hurt sn
cided margin in victories, the East fith has been asked to make a short afterward in a mix-lip in fri ot of the
Lansing team is always feared as address on intercollegiate athletics, net where he was instrumental in
one of the strongest aggregations on and especially basketball, keepin Minn ta fr gett
the pre-Conference card. A turnout that will fill every one score. Since that time Shea's knee
Last season the Michigan team, of the 14.000 seats in the new field has been stiff and Hospital authori-
somewiat c rippled by the loss of house is expected for the occasion, ties are still in doubt if the Wolver-
Baker, Naglekirk, and Kailes, defeat- and it will include members of the ine defense man will get back into
ed the Spartans by a score of 15-8, board of regens, state officials, visit- action before the season comes to a
while in 1925 the State matmen prov- ing athletic directors, and scores of close.
ed less formidable and the Keen- famous Minnesota athletes of the Yesterday afternoon Coach Lowrey
coached team captured every one of present and other days. had a large squad out for practice.
the seven matches. The field house will provide a In addition to the regulars a number
This year Coach Ralph Leonard is ( permanent home for basketball and of recruits reported ,for the first time
confronted with the task of building ample space for baseball, track, and this year. Among the new men were
a new team from largely inexperi- even indoor football practice. Abbott and Mort Fisher, a puck man
eniced material as there are only two It has been financed wholly from of previous experience on Wolverine
veterans from the 1927 team avail- athletic funds and from a bond issue teams. Fisher will not be eligible to
able. The Spartan mentor has a large secured by prospective athletic earn- 'play until the second semester be-
squad of likely looking candidates, ings. A unique feature of the situation gins. From all indications the Wol-
however, and will probably send a is that $1.25,000 of the bond issue has verine squad will be bolstered con-
formidable aggregation against the been called for redemption from 1927 siderably by the appearance of new
Wolverines, football earnings even before the men following the examination per-
Leonard Has 11(o leterans structure is completed. iod.

I' FIRST CnTETAFE,,MSE.FNL
Maize And Blue Lineup Still Funcertain took Harrigan's guard.
After Four Cojferenlce Last week there was a slackening
Engagements by Rose, Raber being reinstated.
~~~~~~~p Dick Gawne has shown flashes of
TO PLAY COE HERE FEB. 6, fine basketball, and having one of the
best eyes on the squad, ranks as a
Althoiugh the Varsity basketballfrssutite
first substitute.
team has played five Conference Among other interesting develop-
egames so far a regular quintet is still
enswas the benching of Captain
not a reality and it is largely a mat- marrsganalog ithRose atan
ter of guesswork as to the five men
1 who will start against Chicago Feb. day. This left a combingtion of Oos-
4, when the Wolverines return to terbaan, Raber, Chapman, McCoy, and
competition with the lowly Chicago Gawne. However this is hardly to be
Maroons, regarded as permanent. A good
It is difficult to say what the re- guess as to the five who will start
sult of the precedent-setting regular would be to name seven but Captain
practices between semesters will have Harrigan, Oosterbaan, Chapman, and
on the lineup-if any. Then there is! McCoy are probably fixtures, with
another factor which may enter into Raber leading for the fifth place.
the making up of next semester's The Maroons although not highly
team-the final examinations. In regarded this year have usually prov-
several former years these have play- ed more than tough for Michigan on
ed havoc with the Wolverines. Two' the Bartlett gymnasium court ald
years ago examinations tore the team will push the Wolverines to the limit.
wide-open and it was only Coach The 14-15 game with Northwestern
Mather's wonderful wor'k iii rebuild- sfands as silent testimony to this.
ing that brought a Big Ten title out Captain McDonough and Hoerger
of chaos. of Chicago are among the best guards
Soon after the season started it in the Big Ten. Gist, forward or cen-
'seemed that the regular five would ter, and Zimmerman, forward, are
consist of Oosterbaan and Raber, for- also good enough to give any team
wards; Chapman,-center; McCoy and considerable trouble. The Maroon
IHarrigan guards. 'lhen Harrigan game cannot be regarded as a "set-
went to forward to replace Raber ,up" and Coach Veenker scouted them
whose work had fallen off an'd Rose last night.
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Johany Weissmunller
World's champion swimmer, who
holds all swimming records from 25
yards to the half mile, pictured with
some of his awards won during the
last six years. Weissmunller will ap-
pear Jan. 28 in the Union pool.
EXPECT COMPLETION OF
NEW POOL BY APRIL 1
Large crowds to witness swimming
meets at the University of Michiganu
will be entertained for the first time
in April of this year, if progress on
the pool in the new intramural sports
building goes on at the present rate.
Specifications for the pool also call
for a balcony and bleachers to be
constructed. All of the Wolverine
dual and Conference nicets will be
held there.

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The East Lansing outfit will be{
moulded largely around the two re-
maining veterans from the 1927 team,
Langsburg and Kurrle. Langsburg,
although defeated by Watson last
year, is rated as the best 135-pounder e C
ever developed at State, while Kurrie,
a football star, sprang the surprise tom Jzobi
of the meet last season by pinning O
Nager, Michigan's light heavyweight,)
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REMAINING CONTESTS ON
MICHIGAN CAGE SCHEDULE
Feb. 4. Chicago, there.
Feb. 6, Coe, here. (non-Confer-
ence).
Feb. 1I, Purdue, here.
Feb. 13, Chicago, here.
Feb. 20, Purdue, there.
Feb. 25, Northwestern, here.
Feb. 27, Ohio State, there.
Mar. 3, Indiana, there.
Mar. 5, Wisconsin, here.

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