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March 20, 1928 - Image 7

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-1 IAL MI IIUAIN DAILYI

FAST PER~FQRMA^NCES FEATURE TANK MEET'
BEWEENWOVERINESl AND NORTHWESTERNI

(Con] 11~C'Iw 'Y 2Orn Pag!<e Six)
l'ennox, Purnie lav, thatthe latte:
wi as not"t. 0t vrcm.Wge'
lime of 2:4U.5 appi'ecwhedl the Iig,
Ton record o~ :' 8.8etailished by
P'arley of Minnesoa in 1. Thomp-
sou of the W olverine., was third.
The Mlichig;an medley rMay team~
w'as clocked in 31., the best pre-
ious thn ethi~swseaon haviii been
2:15.4 mnade by Northwestrn against
Purdue.
In the fancy dioxing; Frank 'Walaitis
of Michigan wats beaten for the first
time in Pig Ten competition. Col-
bath, Pur-ple ace, won the event,
while Walaitis did not place..A sore
leg handicapped the Wolverine diver.

Il? tea cwmmate, Rosenberg, tookt se-!
GOII(l, while Miller of Northwestern,
was third.
Northiwestern wvon. the water polo
game, 12-4, giving the Wildcats a tie
1with Illinois for the Conference polo
title. Both the Illini and Purpled
teanjs went through the season un-

P1hi Sigma Kappa's team consis-;'ng
of Wilcox, Sneider, Bughes, andl Coop-
er, won the inter-fraternity relays:lIsl
Wednesday at Waterman gymrrasiui.
The time >was 82 seconds. Th - Thct8
Chi runners, consisting ofWlec,
Warthin, Fosnot, and Black, tooki
second place, 2-5 of a secondl slower
than the winners.
Entries for the all-Campus trac1k

defeated.

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