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THt MICHIG AN 'DAILY

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MICHIGAN TA NKMEN VPR IMED

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To ENGAGE RUL LDOGS~
IN KEW RAVEN POOL,
RECORDIS EXPECTED) TO FALL~
AS NAT1IONAL STARS{
COWIPETiEl
HOUSE LEADS BLUE SQUAD
Aqua11tic Teamw, s Unbeateu n IiDual
lV ep etition Miring Four YeirGs
Will Coinpele Tomiorrowi
Each of two swimming teams,
unbeaten in collegiate dual meetsi
over a period of the last" four years,
will r isky defeat by the other when
Coach Matt MXann's Michigan .squad
opposes Coach Boba Kiphuth's Yale.
team tomorrow night in Carnegie
pool, New Haven.
Yale, with such stars as Captain
House, three-time holder of the East-
emr back stroke championship and

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TOURSOISOUHNNINE 1I I W~lfP' SWIM PRELIMINARIES
ILLINOISOUHNI.A NIE'IUI~1 I_______
TRAI ING TRIP RES MAN UME AL5 Fcilovwing are listed the swimmers
(S~pecial to The D)aily):U, ER L who qualified for the finals of the
URBANA, March 31.-Several prom- N- ational (Collegiate tank meet at Phil-
tsing new men are numbered among laIg~iu rnijtCaifd To 1 Ale hlers Oi adeiphia.
thesa no Universityr ofh Illinoist baseball Yearling Tr,;ck Sipe d;" Bensim 200 yad lr'eay-Alic:higan, Minne-
sga nolorn h ot naileii ('al j: ttinota, Princeton, Pennsylvania, Stan-!
series of eight games with leadingIfod
southern institutions.I 200 yard breast stroe-Tlhomipson
F. G. Cann, catcher; 1-. A. Glade, TEA IS WELL BALANCED i and Wagner (Ailichigan) ; Schott
Jimmy Lymnperopoulos, and H. 13. 4(Williams); Lennox (Northwestern) ;
Walker, infielders;, R. B. H-arrigton,; Bringing a successful indloor sea- Nisselson (New York LT). Best, time
and J. V. Mueller of Ciceago, pitch-'son to ai close, Coah 'arles Hoyt by Schott-2 :41. re .:ye D r al ades r h l y r ai gt erfrt .5
cr5,~~~~~~~~ ar h lyr aigterfrtannounett f he 8:7 members of the 5 a~ re~yelaralai
southern trip with the Big Ten co- I rsmntaksind h aebe Walaitis ,(Michigani) ; Bryant (lDart-
champions. ifeha rcsqahohvbenmcuthr) ; Wright (Columbia). Best.
J. R. (Bud) Stewart, who carried the awarded nmerals, yeo>Led y after- time by Bryant-: 24.

ALLGAMPUS WRESTLING TOURNAME[NT WON

twice o the short .free 'style sprint
title; Howland, 100 yard, champion;
Sanford, 440 yard champion; Glass-'
cock, diving champion; and, with a
world record-holding 206 yard relay
quartet, is matched against a team
of' splashing Wolverines possessed ofl
Mtars; of equal magnitude in Captain
Darnal Walker, Ault, Walai tis,
Wag ner, Thompson, Hubbell, Spindle,
and others..
Yale Graned Relay .
On the basis of. comparative times1
He Wolverines are granted a slIight
edge over -the Bulldogs, this despite
t he eight, points allowed Yale in thel,
relay.
Eastern rules, not pernmitting the
hsolding of a medley relay and grant-
ing eight as compared with six
points in the Western, Conference to
thes winner of the free style, will
h a ndicap the' Michigan 'squad to the
extent that it will be forced to limit
Yale to 23 points in the six indi-
vidual events. This precludes the
possibility of the Michigan relay
team's winning' the relay, which is!
not the vaguest sort of possibility.
To limit Yale to 23 points in the{
individual' races would have to be
accomplished by the following sort of
process:
Darnall Expeed TO 0Win
Ault and Darnall, Michigan's na-
tional interpcllegiate short pool rec-
ord holders in the 100 and 440, must
twin their respective specialties, as is
commonly expected that they will.
These events are the only ones thatj
can be predicted with any certainty.
Yale should annex two seconds and
(Continued on Page Seven)

mound burden last year, xil likely
do the lion's share of hurling work
for, the Illini on the .jaunt. One of
Coach Lundgren's favorite comrbing-
ticons on the trip wil probably be,
1. D. Snyder a squad man of two
year's experience, catchpr, hebind the
plate, N. 'J. Glundlach on first, J. E.j
Sh aw, second "ease, R. G. Finn, short
stop, Lymperopoulos, third, and"-Walk-I
er, E. F. Dorn and I. J. Sweeney in
the outfield. Don Andrews, anotherj
pitcher last year, is also on the trip.
CONFE RENCE
SPORT DOPE
Coach Otto Vogel and 16 Iowa base-
ball players left Iowa City Friday,
Inight on the annual southern 'spring
training trip in the course of which
they will play a' series of sevens
-games with southern schools.
Purdiue university's Iisehall
squad will enter upon an ex-
tensive series of. practice ontests
beghining Mon da~j in prepa ration
fortheopeningConferene tilt
with Illinols 'at Urbana, April 11.

noon at a nieoting held in the fieldj 440 yard swim -Ault and Wagner 3
house for the prirpose of ;lec tingj ( Michigan ) ; S h i e 1(d s (Blrighamnt
the yearling - eap;i;);u for the outdoor Young) ; Driggs (Stanford) ; Collopy)
season. The f)creme pros, eded to; (Northwestern). Best time by Ault-I
elect Clarence 2 1. Benson; '31 , of 5:19.
Sioux Falls, S. 1)., captain of the team .150 yardllhack sti-:ke-Hubbeil and;c
for the r< rmiinder' of t'e season. Spindle (Michigan) ; lunchz, (North-
\ecd V#Qeiglhl"Fen western) ; Anderson (Oreg~on) ; Mc-r
In commentinrg upon this year's daw (Dartmouth). (No Hleats.)
freshman squad, Coach Hoyt stated 100 yard free style--Darnall (Michi-
that it is a much better balanced gan) ; Bryant (Dartmouth) ; Crocker
aggregation than that of last year. (Minnesota); Maclea (Pennsylvania);3
!There are 'a number of promising'rio Harrison (Stanford). Best time by.t
Darnall-: 55.
Ierformers in nearly every event, al-:
though more candidates -are needed Fnydvn-obt Nrhet
er:i) Thomson (Stanford) ; H-ubbard
in the wights, the hrigh jump, and '.
111h poe valt.;liartmouth) ;Sasseen ({IPennsyl-
the poleI vault.le V~a)a;Hoar (Springfield) ; Rosen-
1alyI afMl berg (Michigan). ,
Captain-elect Benson and Bagley 220 yard free style'-Ault (Mich-
are considered the best half milersI igan): Shields (Brigham Young);
on the squad, although either of theFay(Fram;flis(Snod)
,Wren can run the mile as wrell as( Schwartz (Northwestern). Best timej
~the 880. Toth has shown promise inbycwat-24
The list of nurmeral winners in-; ;;0 yard medlley relay-Michigan,
clucles five miler's, two high jump-' minne.4ta, P r i nceton, t'oiurnlbia.
ems, three broad jumu~er's, five half Northwestern.
milers, two pole vaulteris, six hurd-
lers. three sprinters, five quarter' NEW YORK.-Walter Hagen has
Imilers, aind three weightmren.; agreed to meet Archie Compton, brit-
S (Continued on Page Seven) ,C ish star, in defense of Iris world's title.'

BY SEVEN MEN AT F1ID HOUSE LAST NIGoHT
Ste luke. Fa ole ,own,4,ery, lRilley, threw Kaufmtan at' endl of 1 :20 in see -
(raaige, $u ainstoiiAud i riura on, overtin'o peiod,. Low ns1rry
Are Cin pus1 ('liatupionts threw Sige r 'oss, 5:0.
: - ~175 pound1s---laijol threw Lewson,
WILL RECEIVE NUMERALSz 4:50.
______150 potunds-IKelley won1 flip of coinl
Steinke, Flajole, Lowiusb)E ry, Kelley' from Miller at endlof second tne oill ~llndeczelKrve
Cranage, Swanst on, and Kiim w ith advantage of, 2:40; Kelley.(1(,-
emerged caimpu1s wrestling champions feated lIllpen with adfvanltage of 3:a1.
at the close of the all-campus tour- 140 ponrr - nderson defeatied
nanment, thre finals of which were held Shikes with advantaige of ),:20(; (ran- ls ih tti il os.Amt-1( e'netBmhwt ~%111oo
hieo3atadsoln n io' 2:2 : Cralnage threw- Anderson, 6:10.
tor offas an, sowlon anshrt 1: 0 poulinds-l3oyd threw Klay-sir,
bouts lent wide variety to the semi- 2:15;, Swairston d(eeed Staunch-
ninas and the finals of the meet. <tieldI with adv~antaige of 1:45;: Swan-
-Numerals wvill be given the winners ston d'effeatedl Boyd with avnaeo
of this tournament. Those thus award- s :35
ed are barred from the all-freshman 120 peunds-Kirimiira threaw tMc-
meet to be held this week. K inley, 2:45; Imerman thlrew Lagtt-
Summaries ski, 5:05); Kirinrura threw limernian,~r
Heavyweights - Steinki dIceated 2:07.
Hogberg with advantage of 3:50;
Moyer threw Goltz, 2 :10; Stienki BUENOS AIRES-Luis Lacey, An-
threw Moyer, 50 seconds. glo-Argentine polo star, wvill aittempt-
163 po unds-Sigerfoss defeated Law to make 'a. comeback. in the U nitedt
with advantage of 5:2; Lownsbery States this summer,
RYTEX POUND ]PAPERS
1. UOX (72~ SHIEFTS) OF RIIIPPA PAPE1, 2 PAVK, AWS 9C
(50) OF ENVEIA)rPES....................................
1111 South University

I - Arnold W. Jones
Former Yale tennis star', who ac- I
companried the United States Davis
Cup team to Mexico City, where the
American net players will begin their
challenge round matches against the
Mexican team. Jones is one of the
younger Amerrcan players.
YEARLING BATIERYMEN
ROUND INTO CONDITION
Under the direction of Coach Jack
Blott, the freshman batterymen are
rapidly rounding into form with daily
workouts in the field house. It i's ex-
pected that a cut will be made in the,
squad by spring 'vacation. However,
the cut Will not occur unless the
weather :allows outdoor practice be-
fore that date.
The 1928 squad of yearling pitchers
andl catchers is one of the best seen
in several seasons and much i's ex-
pected of them. About 20 propective
moundsmen have reported and a few
of them are already showing excellent
form.
The followving men are trying out
for the, pitching staff: Presbrey,
Compton, Holland, Vereen, Hazen,
Bobrean, Bur-ton, Turner, Glick, Gil-
martin, 'Royston, Jamison, Swanson,
Oppenheim, and. Cronwell.

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Seventeen Northwestern baseball
players left Evanston last night on
the annual southerh *training Istrip.
Four pitchers, two catchers, seven
infielders, and 'four outfielders were
included in, the squad.,
Ninij1esota - , Wl s end three )
!,relkrs to thte Olympic tryouts
to be lId by the Central A. A.
1'., April 4=5, at Chicago.
Heinie Groh of the University of
Illinois swimming team was re-
elected captain for the 1929 season.
With the official opening of
-Finkbine golf course. the links
ownedI by the lUniversity of Iowa,
the Haiwkeye golfers are pgettig
away to an early start.

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