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iatel Mati hni T'o Take Same $quad
SThht Captured The Big Ten
Title At Minneapolis
Eleven members of the Michigan
nk team accompanied byrCoach
a t Mann will leave 'Ann Arbor at
20 o'clock this afternoon for Phil-
elphia where they will participate
the National collegiate champion-
ips tomorrow and Saturday in the
uversity of Pennsylvania pool.
The swimmers will leave Philadel-
ia on Sunday for New Haven,
ere they will engage the Yale team
onday night in a dual meet that
Ii bring together the two great-
college tank squads in the coun-
Coach Mann is taking the same 1
en to Philadelphia that won the
g' Ten championship at Minneapolis
It week, compiling a record total
53 points. The Wolverines who
One salient fact about the
makeup of the swim squad tgoing f
East in quest of further honors
is that five of the 11 men are
sophomores. Walker and Ault,
free WsalrsThompson, breast
stroke and Waaitis and Pos-C
enburg, divers, fall in this cate-
gory, wile the other six men-E
Capt. Darnall, Seager Watson,
Wagner, Hubbell, and Spindle-
formed thennucleus of last {
Year's National champions.
I make the trip East are Capt.
rnall, Walker, Ault, Seager, and
ttson, free stylers; Hubbell and
indle, back strokers; Wagner and
ompson, breast strokers; Walaitis
d Rosenberg, divers.
Yale Not Efltered1 In Meet
Yale has' not entered its team in
national meet at Philadelphia. due
a policy of the Yale athletic asso-
tion. Thus the two team's will.
et for the 'first time in aquatic
tory on Monday night in Carnegie
.h .
Bob Darnall will be defending his
wn as national collegiate 100 yard
ampion at Philadelphia. Buck
nson, the only other Wolverine to
n a national title at Iowa City last
tr, completed his collegiate career
that time.
ickard Must Find
uitable Opponent
o Meet Champion
lready worried due to the utter
lure of his heavyweight elimina-
rn, tournament to find a fit contend-
for Gene Tunney's cro~wn, Tex
kard now finds himself surround-
by new cares through the action of
New York state athletic commis-
he fistic fathers of New York,
re servedta rather strongly worded
Iaturn that will affect not only
famous promoter but Tunney him-
.. Within the next 15 days, Gene
It name an opponent for a heavy-
ight battle or suffer indefinite sus-
ut Tunney bestows this right on
kard, and Tex apparently has riot
found a worthy fighter to place
the ring, and is apparently hanging
lk waiting for iDempsey to an-~
irice his annual come-back. Sens-
this, the boardwavedathe Man-
a scrapper out of the picture, rul-
that any such .a match would be
ure "financial proposition" with no
nce of the title changing hands.
'he commission's action came as a
tilt of Tunney's failure to name an
onent within the six month's rest
awed a champion between fights.
e 15 days' of grace are allowed for
answer of challenges that have
.n filed.
Vhile Rickard is involved in

ubles locating a fighter suitable for
match, the commission has re-
ided Gene that he must fight two
ties during the coming summer or
fer ineligibility. Thus if Gene does
fight he is ineligible and if he
hts but once, he will suffer equally.
n the meantime, attempts; to pair
mey and Risko in a match to de-
mine a challenger are being held
due to :a demand on the part of
eney for a guarantee of a Tunney
tch. Order must "soon, evolve out of
as, or aheavyweight champion will
fer the ignominity of suspensionl
1 ineligibility.

lWe11s And Connor THIRTIE GRMEN
Speak To Varsity
Headed by Capt. Addison Connor, 1
some 20 prospective candidates fr Nuniber Will Be Greatly Increased By
the Varsity golf squad asseMbled Many New Men After Spring
goltsqud aseniledVacation Is Over
Tuesday night in the Union where'
(arlton C. Wells, who shares the KICKERS Si OWI PROMISEt
coaching duties with Prof. Thomas C. --
Trueblood, led the discussion of plans With 35 gridders already out forc
for the coming season. spring football practice, indications
In addition to making a request 1Xi.t to a close race for the Chicago
for more candidates, Coach WellsAs
Alumni trophy, which is annually
stressed the desirability of getting awarded to the man showing the
into condition before the play to p .
selet th memers f th Variymast promise in spring training. The-
select the members of the Varsity'number of players will be greatly
s~ua~ l~eins.auginejied after spring vac'ation,
Captain Connor pointed . out that augely te who ve been
this year's schedule includes matches asked to report are now in training.
away from home with Purdue, In the first real scrimmage, held
Northwestern, Wisconsin, and Ohio onr fTresday a sternoon, Al Bovard,
State, and that prospects for a win- star Sophomore center of last year's,
ning team appear to be bright. He stISpo-r cne fls ers
ng tams appe tosbebrit. Hen- team, experienced a return of an old 1
also advised the prospective cndi- knee injury, but is expected to be
dates to condition themselves proper- al o c niu rcie wti
ly or he rias hic wil b hetlable to continue practice within a t
ly for the trials which will be heldI week. Except for this scrimmage,
immediately after the vacation period. pce. een onfine rmgey
Plas fr reere o "" tampractice has been confined largely t
{Plans for a reserve or "B" team, to drill, on the fundamentals of block-
which will be composed of men in-' i n t i aundmeeal nw
eligible for Varsity competition, in- pgak ,w
cluding freshmen, were also ad- plays.
Kickers Show Promisef
vanced. Tho "" tem dditin n

Many Mat Teams
To Enter National
Title Tournament
Teams" representing every section
of the country and nearly every state
will gather at Ames, Iowa, tomorrow=
and Saturday where the first Na-
tional Intercollegiate championships
ever held in the histoty of the sport
will be staged under the auspices
of Iowa State college.
In previous years intercollegiate
wrestlers have frequently competed
with other amateur performers in the
(ational A. A. U. meets, but this sea-
on they are to hold a meet of their
own. Men gaining first; second and
third places will automatically be-
come eligible for the final round of
competition in the Olympic trials
which will be held in July in Grand
The N a t i o n a 1 Intercollegiates
promise to draw a large entry even
though this is the first season that
such a meet has been held. A num-
ber of schools that have already cap-
tured sectional honors are planning
to send full teams to the meet in-
stead of just individual stars in their
effort to annex the national riytle,.
which has been held by Oklahoma
A. & M. for two of the last three
Among the outstanding representa-
tives from the East will be Lehigh,
winner of the eastern intercollegiate
title, and Penn State, University of
Texas, and Oklahoma A. & M., two,
of the strongest teams in the South-t
west and nearly all of the others
Missouri valley schools will send
complete teams to the champion-
ships, while Stanford, California,
Washingtpn, and Oregon will also
seek to gain the national title.



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Capt. 7
Chalking up a
Tuesday night,

Bob Darnall

.NSIvc ~ . tte L e l, 11 in a ~ t~ LO o
furnishing competition for the Var-
sity, will also ;have matches with
win in the final roll, fnearby teams, which the regular
outfit cannot meet due to the Big
Harmon Boice, '29, Te hll

won the all-campus bowling tourna-1 The Conerence schedule calls for
ment from George Neukom, '30, by dual meets with Purdue Mylay 5 at
a 587 to 536 score. Lafayette, Northwestern May 10 at
_____ Evanston, Wisconsin May 12 at Madi-j
Entries for the interfraternity son, Illinois May 14 here, Ohio State
swimming meet, scheduled for Tues- May 23 at Colum'bus, and Chicago
day and Wednesday, April 3 and 4, May 28 here. The Big Ten meet will
are now being received at the intra- be held May 24 and 25 at Columbus.
mural office.
Eight events are carded for this WOMAN 40LF CHAMPION
meet and the trial heats will be runi
on Tuesday and the finals on Wednes- MAY PLAY FOR BADGERS
day. Matt Mann, Varsity swimming-
coach, will rule on the eligibility of (Speci lto The Daily)
all swimmers. . Any freshmen com- MADIS'ON, March 28.-Sportdom
peting in this meet must have partici- may receive a shock and surprise this
pated in' the freshm-en swimming spring when a certain institution
meet of March 27. presses the services of a feminine
The eight events listed- are: 50 athlete into competition on a Western
yard free stroke, 50 yard breast Conference intercollegiate team.
stroke, 100 yard free style, fancy div- That certain institution is Wiscon-
ing, medley relay (150 yard), and sin. The young lady in question is
the 200 yard free style relay. Miss Dorothy Page, and the team
A 'few rules have been instituted that would be greatly strengthened
gove'ning the meet, namely: any 'by her addition is the Badger golfI
one man can enter two events other team.
than the relays, and only one of the Dorothy Page is one of the fore-
relays. The medley relay race willlmost women golfers of the country.
consist of three men, one swimming|In .1926 she won the crown in the
50 yards free style, one swimming 50 western women's tourney at Chicago,
yards back stroke, and the last man and for several years has figured in
swimming 50 yards breast stroke. many meets, although playing women
The diving event will consist of four much her senior. ?liss Page is a
optional dives and four required sophon'ore in the University, a Mad-
dives, the plain front, plain back, ison girl and the daughter of' Prof.
front jaek, and back jack. Page of the Law school.
Kent a Typewriter
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The kickers have gone through
stiff workouts in an endeavor to dis-
cover a worthy successor to Louis
Gilbert, and much proniising material,
has been uncovered. Yesterday's
practice consisted largely of = a drill
on returning punts, with Rich, Gem-
bis, and several others on the kick-
ing end. The ends were also drilled
on going down after punts and catch-
ing passes. o
Several of the new men 'have
shown promise in their departments.
i Brown handled the pivot position,


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Blair Thomas
Coach Pat Page is worried over the
lack of football material at Indiana, in
view of the fact that the two team
plan will be inaugurated next fall
at the Hoosier institution-
Iowa's freshman swimming
team, winner of the Big Ten
(telegraphic title, wIl be repre-
sented by lUddle, dliver and free
sty3ler, ;and. loyd in the'NAtional"
SA.A.FT. meet to be held. in 'Chi-

lona loe, Sauer, Hewitt, Thomas Are
Chosen To Represent Michigan
In National Meet
Coach Cliffdrd Keen and four Wol-
verine wrestelrs will leave tonight fore
the final event of Michigan's most suc-
cessful mat seasons, the National In-
tercollegiate championship meet which
wil The held Friday and Saturday at
Ames, Iowa, to determine the indi-
vidual intercolelgiate titleholders in
the seven weight classes.
The four men to make the trip are
Donahoe, Sauwr, Hewitt, and Thomas.
Two of the entrants, Sauer and Don-
ahoe, will be competing for the last
time under Michigan's colors, while
both. Hewitt and Thomas have two
more years of college competition.
Donahoe Shonid Place
Theron Donahoe,-Big Ten 158, pound
champion in 1926 and 1927, is rated
as one of the best possibilitie-s for the
title in his class, despite his defeat by
Captain Beers of Iowa in the finals of
the Conference, meet last Saturday.
Russ Sauer has one Big Ten title
to his credit, garnering the honors in-
the 145 pound class in 1927, his first
year of Varsity wrestling, but also
lost in the finals of last Saturday's
Hewitt Alvances A Clave
Bob Hewitt, although this is his
first year of Conference competition,
has made an enviable record in the 115
pound class, losing but two bouts all
year. He defeated one of his former
conqu'eror's, Joe Sapora of Illinois, in
the finals of the meet last Saturday to
take the championship in his class.
Despite the fact that Hewitt will
wrestle above his usual weight, in
the 125 pound division, he should
prove one of the most formidable con-
tenders for the intercollegiate ttile.
The fourth member of the team,
Blair Thomas, has been defeated but
once this year, and then by Captain
Hsm'er of Illinois. He wil compete
in the135 pound class in the meet at
Ames, 10 pounds above his usual
weight. By tieing with Watson in
three bouts - before the Conference
matches, he has proved that he is
capable; of giving the best in the light-
weight division a hard fight. -His
chances are rated as especially good
s'nce Morrison, the winner of the Big
Ten title, is not entered in the meet.
OtLAND -Walter Pipp, still n z eak
from an attack 'of influenza, donned
his uniform once more at the Cin-
cinnati training camp, recently.





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very creditably in scrimmage, while KMEET TO AVE
Dansby has shown ability as a full- KANSASMV.EN
back. Lytle, though handicapped by O IEN DECATHLON EVENT
his small size, appears to be one off
the ablest of the backfield men. (Special to The Daily)t
The men now practicing include: LAWRENCE, March 28.-The spe-
Backs:-Captain Rich, Bator, Bieden- cial decathlon event on the program
wig, Dansby, East-m-an, Geistert, Gem- of the sixth annual Kansas Relays
bis, Holmes, Lytle, McBride, Thorn- April 21, wil be thrown open to any
ton, and Wheeler. Centers:-Bovard, university or college athlete, includ-
Cook, Brown. Guards:-Bauer, Deck- ing freshmen who may wish to com-
er, Hulbert, Mitchell, Morgan, Poe,I pete unattached, it is announced by
Steinke, Slater. Tackles:-Draval- Dr. F. C. Allen, director of athletics
iiig,. Heath, Kubicek, Schmicgel, Wal- at the University of Kansas. ThisĀ°
der. Ends:-Avery, Boden, Carter, is the only event of the program of
Crego, Cornwall, Orwig, Truskowski. 14 relay races and ten special in-
dividual events which will be thus
NETMEN READY TO REPORT opened to freshmen. . F
The decathlon is added this year
MADISON, March 28.-Four vet- especially to accommodate coaches
erans and several promising sopho- who wish to tryout likely candidates
mores are ready to report to Bill who may later wish to compete in
Winterble, Wisconsin tennis coach, the trials for the United States
i as soon a the varsity courts are Olympic team in the decathlon
put into shape. event.
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Two Wildcat entries in the Big
Ten individual chaanmplioishi il
eef, Ralph, LUlpton anld 11U1y
Schuler returned with Conference
titles. Lupton won the I2 po i l
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The Hawkeye mile relay team re-
turned from its invasion of Texas
after winning first in the Texas re-
lays and second in the Rice meet.
Cuhel, who was stricken with influ-
enza on the trip, returned with his
Northwestern wil send teams
to the Kansas and the Ohio relays,
although both occur on the same
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