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TH I HI 1GAN DAILY TUESAY
RLY OP PONENTS GAIN ADVANTAGE ON VARSIYN

APRIL 3. 1?°S
NE

WRESTLERS TIE WITH IOWA
STATE FOR SECOND HONORS

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ProbablyIIII U the best balanced team three over George Hubbell of Mich- ScoringUIIIaRItotal Io Seven points in 15-pound class.
;e rlietrIwi i wwon the national Collegiate chain- igan the first National Intercollegiate ]Hewitt Places Secnd
)no, Sou Iwstrd ,Iowa nd, h ii. hpa hldepi atwe Medley Reay Team itos Last ear's Veeran Hard 1Pressed!wetigmeMcia' ite Bob Hewitt, Michigans diminutive
The Michigan ;P00 yard medley trio4 For PosIitons Oil Viet Squad brought the season to a successful 115l pounder and holder of the Con-
Early Strt Oni Wolverines wen Michigan annexed first honors showed its superiority by winnuing thne B iv~le necomesclebytin wthoaSte 1 ference 11, poundI capinhp
for the second successive year. Theirneleoy relay from Northwestern and - --- 1 , or ulh .nr made an excellent showing in theh
lo , , IgeofAefosendhor l 12 pound class to win second honors
IPLF HAS STRONG TE.AM1 Wolverines placed in every event ex-I Princeton. Bob Wagner of Michigan FIRST DUAL MEET APRIL 28111he met 'P Wlrie gand ncneigsoefth hret
tept the fancy diving, amassing a placd secondl in the breast stroke ;wo t,,~ ndoetir lcs
riMichigan's bsbl squad isttlO 3 . oNr~hetr~ to Walter Schott, Williams ae who Wih five promisingnw v're Oklahoma added to its string of competition~ of the meet, the little
1il bebltoaof point~s toeNorthwestern's ite actte, ewne .rirWolverine (displayed remarkable abil- t1
remaining in lthe North prepara- 22. This was(a1Ili,, oilof I lst Icoee h I yis" h ieipressing four letrmen from last Nationald A. A. IT.titles by annexing vi ins n fhsfishe p
to leaving ont the spring train-;year's performance, when Coach o' 2:,9. ony-i pnedisposIng fhis fistchwthreLupon
aunt throug'h the South Friday Mann's squad won tile meet at Iowa Fiueo rnk Wliiiih-yalcannnsi em adoeistehoneestinThe nitialwintfor
igain star, to (quaiy for the finals A. M. A. winner for places on the leil et h gistr e former national 115 pond chain-f
1oon allfo r te olvriethe samne point Itotal. cof the seven championships, the 115~
pai; lifor f ir WlvriesPontof the fancy diving ame as Iasu-iVarsity tennis team, indications point 15 r 175adhayegt n ol't, bhe gaied an advantage o 2:443
Gents in the first week following sied4Il h1 rie. Wflati tokseon t Cl- I oa'92 "' d ve mrnpo, h "Iseon iIt e .5 oynxvcision, " in the first part of the bout, only
lacdaoron theei th'eredyThn from Brighoni Young university of mil nte(neEneme . He than last year's aggregatini, wich ! The Big Ten was well represented tobwtohsopoet' ueriornce.
!ln ro hi a hr.Tegy made tip for'this, however, by swim- IIptesasnwthr os nth eetntmdm adWscni
Western Conference nines whoni I rovo,lUt ah, proved to be the sensa-mn a h inn rlytaad n through History repeated itselfte int, theu 158Wis ist
Llyr ion of the meet. He emulated Buck .nngo bhewningreytamanhe the only Conference aggrega-
Vaie and Blue }lyr will taking foni tli in te 50 yardl sprint.'ing a dualnmeet.! poundl class when Theron Donahuet
in six (lays are Purdue, North- Samson, 1927 Michigan captain, by The nine winners in the various As yet Capt Pinrace ~ation is the in htddntsn latoe encountered Captain Bars of Iowa
anw~~~xining both lie 220) and 440 yard participant. Lupton o Northwestern
rIowa, and1)liots events were fairly well divided onrly veteran assured of a berth on for the second time this season. IHis
twtenagitwhm teswims. In the latter event the Uta i captured the 125 pound title, whilevitroer onhesntBrso
rtlrwsteri; aainstwham the aiong the different sections of the ithe tem, although his paitnr, King vBeersyofver wonhanother. BigrTet
erns nugrtete esn i~~Yl~'ik ansis mfitalite-ountry. The Midd(le West r5 (apturedl Moor,co-winner with Barton of h'iee fi a~ the efie finals, while the Michigan vet-
April 16, departed for the Souf h rcodtf,:9. brcve-live firsts, Ithe ast toos two, while l1928 ('outre dultues champiio- ____________________________ran automatically won second, when
Friday. The team is in fine ing the dlitance in 5:r(08.2. Shields, the Far West also won two through 'sh ip, lias eenr showing better t.han I Blair, the Iowa State college entry,
N, say reeports from Evanston,prccal unhea rd of in national Shed'efrs(le nerywrous eiu~e eaulted.
is expected to win most of its aaai irlshrtuoe lope-____________________________ ljgyear ar the o her ('1)fl(rit jLBair Thomas, competing in the 135
siin the pre-season raining e.x- fm(dytmE in)mahle ea ' h.,m Ieligible for coroet ition. \,l9 otnd diviion, encountered nusu-
Pn talmer and IHeller man, the 1 bg Al Schwartz of Northwesterh and jUN1 ft1{EN'jF INew Men Look (Cued ally strong o)position. After defeat-
ats' veteran pitchers, haveI Garnet Ault of Michigan in the samej Five newcomers to the Varsity ing the Iowa State Teachers college
pon to accomplish mmmici in tie we re regarded as the class of the amd Eliotf, have been pressing the Preliminary matches in the itei- o Iowa State and Moore of Oklahoma
iding Big Tern race. colleges at 220 and~ 440 yards, re- iveterans in practice. Brodie, who fraternity swimming meet will be A. & M.
Purdue Flats Seven Vetrans sletively. Shields also was high Withheld by ineligibility, Captain playedl at Ginnell olege, ranked run off in the Union pool today. The The only 'Wolverine who failed to
du, Michigan's second Western int man o~f the meet, his two fiists Byron KIeri' and Da)~vid Ogilvie of theamn the first seven on campus last fnalI swim will take place tomorrow 'survive the preliminary rounds of
rence fog of thle Big Ten sea- lnetting him 10 points. Oio State golf t eami will not engage year, althoughm neligible for Big Ten when the faternity natator chain-;competition was Rss Saer. The
hcre on -April 17, starts on its Darnall Rletainis (rown. in Big Ten competition this season. competition because of the one year Ilpionship will be established. This ichigan -welterweight had te mis-
ien trip today, meeting De- CatBoDrnlofMcinad residence ruling, meet is to be distinguished from the -tortune to draw Grooms," former
university tomorrow. The Wally Colbath of Northwestern were Ted Lorber' captain o the Buckeye Bao o iealcmu e dual elimination cotests which were 1isuivle hminadrn
rmakers will open Ilie Confer- bioth succnessful I;n de'ending their fencing team, took first Iplace in tlw totrnanent. last year, andl had a very' Held sonie time ago, as in this swim- }nr up in the National A. A. U. meet
camaig wih sve veeras ntioalcrons on as yer. ar-saat' an a oarhllactinthefoisatec(rnfultiinfes r5( comliotnlasmtch alethsfiateniiethe. firatssaso,.i th frstroumadan
st year's team lit the line-up, nall captured tie 100 yard free style, in~ the inter-collegiate sem-finals a rrncrsao.Elo was one of the stars of tie 1927 peote at one time. i lost a close decision.
while Colbath annexed the fancy div- week ago at Weost Point and will en F 'ehinntan.Et evnsaecrdfo ths
rth of pitchers'has been notice- fshatam venets"Sreavarded hos shown me
on the Purdue squad, only one ing. tim te finals, ridaty and Saturay, ,f1 racie Spring Vnea(alii event, which practicaly winds ip theI
dd twrlrCat Mxtnben The Wolverine 200 yard relay April G and 7, at .New York, n anhroid a inprciigo winter sports contests. Coach Matt s1hshonm
tbeeat helpesetutme. eammalhougtsoewha ealere in ffotf frrnaionlforoinnentionhealnnpromoinenorcoer ifor-MMnnn illi uleonrheleigiilittofeewsha'zigsatjfaczof I'
8 Iowa 'team' which shared theit personnel from last yerefnig night, and is exected to shift to al"wmums ad ay fehe
Ten championship with Illinois tainedl its title Iin the relay. Dar- the clay orts by tie end of the competing in this meet must have sldlt!
year, has already met St. Lous nlSaercakr adWliis aigalceueofnn iiieSek everal players will stay in participated in the Freshman swim-BAADBBR
rst n h ousaa Saethe first two of whom were on the with southern schools, WiVsonsins Am Abrd ig pigvcto.mi meet of March 27.46N sln v.
sity. The Hlawkeyes will meetI victorious 1.927 em opsdtm aealsudlae aio oa As usual, all practice is on a cha- 3/,m ,Unrwd
mawiemore and then will ~iiigqatt nisana pigtann rp lene singles basis, anyone being SCHOOL IN PRIS
e the Mississippi A. andl M. I Byn l o atres RAACahCh' alfrwelcome to try out for the teanm:l xess nldn on
ge in a three-game series.: 1Bill Wright of Columbia, the only AfRerNspringaacationnpractieforbAll trpestemshIcipnre ounodJ A
Illiois s. ard t Wok Iothier 1927 title holder' present, lost tennis candidates for the Illinois 1 has coisiteI solely of singles mnh
ranlettoimeIsaThi clAteWork t his 50 yard crown, placing, second1 team was answered by about 30 jIpmatches 'so far, will e held to de - onths
'e toettermenDrtouh. aelatee includedn troghth in otheI- I$750 o
eye squad of 1 players which It rato atot.Telte niwown hog h is u velop doubles combinations for the Noiecedlr hmerA.De-aai
was -the outstanding eastern competi- door workout of the season Tuies- is et nADrce yHmrA emri
ow touring the south. pAmong -frtmeto pil 28, when flhe GadThid, illg .R e ly s fte
evnvtrnfr he ices or, winning the 50 and taking se- day. INrhetr emn ivd n Arranged by M1-Travel Club,
ney, Crobin, amid Twogood. ond in the 100.; Arbor.
oiwoapashront The times made in all the events PALO ALTO-Edgar Walker as-
,erinesh' peashr n rsPEx 4[A E heavy first-week pro- probably stand as National Cl- sistant football coach at Iowa last ,
legiate meet records for a 75-foot year, has been signed to assist Coachj
an April 21, is now bowling SEE
opponents in the South. Fiifteen pool. Since the inception of the Na- Pop Warner with the Stanford. grid
rs comprise the squad with tional Collegiate meet in 1924, ,it has men .next fall. R ider for 'Pens Youtr
h Coach Carl Lundgren is tour-alasbe helin itra60o-
e, South. 150-foot pool, this being the first BLOOMINGTON -Illinois Wesley- i 4GH QUALITY AND STANDARD PRICES M
______ ___ Imeet in one 75 feet in length, an's 1928-29 basketball team will bePL S NAP SEVC
IDave H-inch in winning the 150 caiptained by Fred Rhea, veteran PU N P''E VC .
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JOHNSON'S CONDITION
NOT THOUGHT SERIOUS
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGPON -Fears that an-
other great veteran baseball pitcher
had fallen victim to tuberculosis
have been set at rest here by doc-
tors in discussing the illness of Wal1-
ter J ohnsoh.
In a formal statement, Dr. HI. M.
Kaufman, personal physician to the
former Washington speed king and
nmow inanager of the Newark In .
nationals. said:-
"All physical examinations, X-
rays and laboratory tests have
tailed to reveal' the slightest, indica-
tion of anything of this natur6.

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