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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

COMMUNITY CITATION'
IS AWARDED TO YOT
Michigan's Athletic Director Named
As Recipient 0' American
Legion 1927 Award
WILL SPEAK IN CIICAGO
Fielding I. Yost, director of ath-
letics in the University of Michigan
has been named for the American
Legion citation for 1927 for meritor-
ious peace-time service to the com-
munity of Ann Arbor. 6
The citation, which is given each
year to the pefson most outstanding
in civic service to his community,
will be warded to Director Yost by
E. E. Spafford, national commander
of the American Legion, at a large
Legion gathering here tomorrow'
ight.
In addition to Comremander Spafford,
several other notables are included
on the speakers' program, among
who will be Governor Fred Green,
willis C. Brewer, state commander
of the American, Legion, and Arthur
V'andenburg, candidate for United
States Senator from Michigan.
On Wednesday of this week Direc-
for Yost will leave for Chicago where
he will speak the same evening he-
fore the ASsociatoin of Military
Schools and ,Colleges at the Union-
League club, the scene of the asoc-
iation's annual session. The topic of
'lr nn "e i 1~n~ si1h sAh

VARSITY FENCERSI
WIN FROM ILLINII
Led by Captain Wiggers, the Wol-
verine fencers registered an unex-
pected victory over Illinois at Yost
Field house Saturday afternoon, 9-6.
The highly touted Illinois team bow-
ed to defeat before a squad badly{
crippled by the loss of three star
performers due to ineligibility.
The Wolverines took the lead at
the start by winning five of the open-
ing nine matches at foils. In this dIe-
partment of the meet, Pereria of Il-
linois was, the shining light. Although
in danger several times, this star
could not be denied, because of his
superior skill.
The work of Wiggers was the out-
standing performance of the day.
Participating in seven events, the
Wolverine was not satisfied until 1e
had defeated Knox at sabres, there-
by winning his fifth victory o- the
dTay.
The epee swords durnished the bcst
treat for the small crowd that wit-
nessed the meet. Many of the deci-
sions were close, but most of them to.
the advantage of Michigan.
Sumirary: Foils: Hammer, Mich.,
defeated Levin, Ill.; Pereria, Ill., de-
feated Wiggers, Mich.; Stolpman,
Mich., defeated Dykema, Ill.; Pereria
defeated Hammer; Wiggers defeated
Dykema; Levin defeated Stolpman;
Hammer defeated Dykema; Wiggers
defeated Levin; Pereria defeated
Stolpman. Epee: Winer, (Michi-
gan, defeated Menke, Ill.; Goddard
defeated Wiggers; Wiggers defeated
Menke; Goddard defeated Winer. Sa-

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Director Yost's address will be "At - bres: Wiggers defeated Clinton; Wig-
letics as a Character Builder." gers defeated Knox.
COOPER NEXT TO KINSEY
IN RECORD TIEING RC E O
(Continued from Page Six) f
ing of Don Cooper, the Michigan re-W
lay team of Hunt, Leonard, Lamont,
and Monroe failed disappointingly
and dismally in the university relay.
Coach Steve Farrell declared yester-
day that it was the poorest showing
a Michigan team has made in years.
Though the track on which the ath-
letes competed was a poor one, it'
alone cannot be blamed for the per- -
formance of the Wolverine team,
Farrell asserted.
Any belief in the fact that Dr. Otto A business knowledge is a
Peltzer, famed German distance run- necessity for everyone even if a
ner, was incomparable in the 1,000 University graduate. Better to
meter race was disippated when Ray acquire it now than after gradua-
Conger, an Iowa State star of a few tion. Enroll Now
years ago, beat the tall blond German
with yards to spare.
Conger, who is a champion miler in
the Missouri Valley conference, com-
pleted the race in a remarkable burst
of speed to beat Peltzer to" the tape
by ten yards. This was the frst time
the German runner suffered a defeat U INR QkK 1wI" .
since his invasion of American ,
tracks.
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