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>,1928 tHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WINTER SPOR*TS TEAMS

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SWIMMERS LEAD ALL OTHERS WITH WINNING
PPRCNTAGE OF ,862: WRESTLERS FOLLOW'
BASKETBALL AND FENCING SQUADS!
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CUR T QUINTET
WINS 10 OF 16
CAGAE CONTEST

While not approaching the record
of wills arid, losses established by
11he winter sports teams last year.
the Michiga',n athletic representatives
for the 1927-2S winter season made
an imiprc.;sfve showing, emerging
victorious iin 36 contests and losing
19. One c~ontest was .tied in the 58
in. which the Wolvorine winter team .s
participated.
The grand percentage average of
all the teams for the season is .620.
Mfichigan's "great swimming team led
all the Wolverine teams in the win-
naing percenitage withi .862. Among
the sophomore swimirners developed
this year were Garnet Ault, who set
a new national record in the 440.
and Walaitis, Walker, and Thompson.
CoachF Clifford Keen's wrestling

was inaug-Wrated here as ti major
sport several years ago. The Wol-
verine p~uckmen attained but three
victories in seven starts' for a pir
centage of .300. the lowest in then
whole group.
The Maize and Blue "B" team, in
its first year as a represeuntative of
Michigan, finished its season with
seven victories and five setbacks to
gain a mark of .582.
INT."ENSIVE FOOTBALL
PRAC'TICE WILL BEGIIN
AFTFER SPRING IREESS
(Continued from Page Six)
by the Chicago alumnae to the candi-
date making the best record in springt
practice, The trophy, a handsome,
full size, silver .football, will be dis-
played in one of the State street win- I
dows immediately after the vacation
period. It was won by Ray Baer in
1925, George Rich in 1926, and La-
Verne Tayloui in 1927.

c e i("LVjutrics and;ix l(-;b .s--t hat i5;
the record set. bythe 1927-28 Michigan
lbaskot ball team, which tinishled fifth!
in the West ern (lcnfcr- uc;2standin.
The WcAlv1 raIcs W01-1seven 9gAme111"
r; .d lost, five ;ga irlit IBi g Ten foes, andl
w~on all ht (5c1'L.,of thir i jrescason l
.,outests, the [Ti[n-iersit y ofIPittsburgh, I
who0 went flX I:1igh the sease~n unde-
feated, (let ca<1ing1the Maize and Blue,
;lOi to 319, in the , irst game of the ycar.
The crccord est ablished b~y this year's
quintet is not comparablc to that of
1926-27 teanm which wvent through the
seaison with but two reverses and
which captured the undisputed Wes-A-
orn Conference title with 10 victories
ad( two setbacks.
Thi-; year's schediule, however, was
!..cmrewhat stiffer than last year. The
Welverines, met Purdue, Indiana, Wis-
consin, and Ncrth western, all of whom
finished ahead of Michigan in the final
standing. The Wolverines split even
in the t.wo-game series during the sea-
son with all the aforementioned teams
except Purdue, which defeated the
Maize and Blue quintet in both eon-
gagement;5 on the schedule.
IThcugh finishing in fifth place, the
Wolverines p~ressed the contenders for
the Big Ten crown in -every instance.
The. Michigan team harassed the con-
tenders all season, and in a notable

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T . , S TIMEN EARN. IEP O ' 1
FIV POL TA ARDMAV IABLE MARK
q I- S WITH SIX WINS
BROKEN U' NATATORtoppd bya los'sI
TIhomp~lso)n In 1 Se i :ekD;arniall Ito Iliis by the narrow margin of.
In 100 1k lly <art t :n u t:)0 1in the match for the C(nu-
ExF~ig' Re~rdsf 0e1' r1e c (chamion~iship, Michi an's
1 9Swr tloshn .1 ewt OUR REMAIN STANDIN'6 it nst 'xactly identical to that of the
1437 ag:reaticnagain fini hing in
Five of the nine Union pool re- secondl place in tihe 'Big Ten s'tanding.
cords1 withstood the assaults of Mich- In the Conference individual chani-
igan's star swimmers during the Ionsiptournaments, Michigan car-
aquatic season just closed. This is. il ried off one first, won by H-ewitt in
great contrast to the 1927 season, the 115 pound class, three second1s,
when all except two f the former land two third places to wvin the meet
pool standards wer. surpassed. mnci-1 with a total of 15 points, five poiAts
dentally these latter two njarkcs were i ahead of Illinois and Northwestern, its
broken this year;, nearest rivals. Four of the Wolver-
The Michigan-Iowa (dual meet wit- 'ines journeyed to the National inter-
aessed the establishing of three new collegiate meet at Ame~s, :Hewitt and
marks, while the other was made in Denahoc annexing second places in
tihe meet with Wisconsin. Tines made' the 125 and 153 pound classes while
ill tihe Illinois A. C.-Michigan meet !Thomas tock third- in the 135 pound
are not considered, as this was not! division.

ain intercollegiate meet.4
Capt. Bob Darnall had the distinc-
tion of shattering the first p)001 re-
cord during tile 1928 season when he
swam the 100 yard free style in :53.5
seconds against Iowa, displacing his

VARSITY TANK TEAM
DEFEATS ALL RIVALS
EXCEPT YALE SQUAD3

WIN 'ER SPORTS F
AT A ( ,A \C
IBasketball (Varsity)
Basketb ll (B team)
i*Fencing............
IHockey.............
JIndoor)~ track ........
*Swinlfng........
f~restling ... ...
I*Intereollegiate dual r
were considlered in thi.

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meets

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.600
.582
.300
.500
.862
.850
Only

Added stress is being laid on spring' contest defeated Wisconsin 42
practice this year fo~r two reasons, the final game of the season to
according to Coach Wieman. In the t Badgers out of the running
Qlrst place it will be necessary to build 1 Conference chanipicnship.

to 19 in
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team is second high in the percentage
standing, having won six dua~l meets
and having dropped only one during
the season, to{ attain' an trverage of
50, just 12 proints behind the winning
percentage set b~y Coach; Matt Mann's
tankmen.
The 'Varsity basketball quintet and
the Wolverine (fencers share third
place with a winning percentage of
.600. The Maize and Blue cagers,
however, engaged in 16 contests,
while the- fencers participated, in only
five meets.
Coach Steve Farrell's Varsity in-
door trackmnen won 0on0 meet and lost
another to finish with an even :500,
The Wolverines lost to Harvard here
by the narrow margin of two points
and a week later defeated the Cornell
track tean- at Ithaca.
Michigan's hockey, team probably
had the worst season as far as win-
ning is concerned,- since the game
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practically a new team next, fall dlue In spite of thle fact that he was
to the loss of many regulars by grad-, playing on a fifth-place team, Bennie
nation, and secondly, a number of new Gesterbaan amlassed 129 points to lead
plays and' formations will be tried the Western Conference scoreirs. Ill
out with a view to building up a addition to this honor, O(.sterbaan was
strong running attack, necessitatedy a unanimous choice of all tile Big Ten
by the graduation of nearly all of the !coaches for a forward position on the.
passers and pass receivers of tihe 1927 all-Conlference team. Chapman and
team. McCoy, two other members of the
Assisting him, Coach Wieman wvill Wolverine cage squa(d, were given
have a large staff of assistants in- honorable mention.
eluding Coaches Cappon, Veenker,-
Courtwright, and Keen, and possibly Michigan's first "B" team, composed
others. Cappy Cappon, former Wol- of Balsamo, Nyland, Lovell, Myron,
verine grid star who will take 'Ha-rry Whittle, Magvan, Slagle, andl Cushing,
Kipke's place next fall, will report did very commendable work through ak
fo,7 the first practice and be here for season of 12 games. Of these games
a period of two weeks. iOlicliigan won seven and lost five.
In the selective practices whic~h have 1 :Nyland and Balsamo were the two
occupied the, past four weeks have outstanding mten on the "B" squad,
brought a number of promising new jlbeinlg high-point 'scorers inl nearIN,
men to the attention of the coaches. I ev'Oiy gamle oin the schedule.
Wheeler and Holmes of the freshman A stiff schedule was hande~d to the
squad have been showing considerable "B3" teain as they had to play such
passing and punting ability, as has teams as Kalamazoo normnal, City col-
Captain Rich. Joe Gembis, is being leg 'e of Detroit, 'T'oledo, andl Michigan1
groomed as a place kicker, while Statf; noruilal. All of these schools ex-
Truskowski, a veteran of two( years cept City college of .Detroit, wire
ago, looks like an end possibility. lx ate n at heist once.

own mark of :54.1 madle last year. Oeo iems ucsflsa
Thiis time was within 1-10th of a se- Oeo h otsucsflsasoins in tile listor' of the sport was
cond of Bronson's national inltereol- j '~l(e yCoc Mat an'
leiaten 1927.i'd made b~y the Yale cap- lV arsity swimnmers this year. The
tam in 1927.I
The40 yad ela rcor, xisin lWolverines won seven out of eight
The 00 yrd elayrecrd, xisI collegiate dual meets, losing only tc
since x1926, was erased by a quartet Yae
composed of Darnall, Walker, Walai- Ylby a 39-23 ,scor~e. Against non-
tfs, and Ault, who covered theile(is__ [collegiate opponents the natators
tance in 3:39.9, bettering the world 's vresomnewhat lcss suiccessful, 'scor-j
recod ad beakig te pol mrk y ing four victories against two losses,
more than 10 seconds. The former re- lInneps the Wolverhaminshrepeat
coz~d of 3:50.8 was set by Gow, Bat- Mnepls h ovrnsrpae
ter', Darnall, and Samrson i 1926. I t'inir victory of last year, overwhelm-
_____________________ing all oppoultion with 53 points, far
ahead of Northwestern's second place
total of 29. Both Michigan relay
j ,7MON POOL RCORI)S 1 teams won, while Captain Darnall,
f 50 yard free style- I Ault, H-ubbell, and Wagner were
I Samson (Michigan)......23.9 1 among the idividnual winners.
100 yard free style- I The National Collegiate meet at
IDarnall (Michigan).....53.5 ~I iladelphia witnlessed another Maize
I 220 yard free style- a ~nd .Blue triumph when Coach Mann's
I Samson (Michigan) .....2:17.4 ! 1int egos annexed first place with 37'
I440 yard swim-j points, duplicating their 1927 per-
I Samson (Michigan) ......5:1211 formance. The Wolverine relay teams
I150 yard back stroke- 1 were again victorious, while Darnall
J. Hill (Minnesota) .....1:46.2j won the 1000 yard free style title.
I200 yard breast stroke- Great success attended tihe Wolver-
Thompson (Michigan) . ..2:44 ies' efforts in intercollegiate dual
200 yard relay- meets. They tied with Illinois for un~-
Darnall, Walker, Walaitis, official Conference dual meet honors,
Ault (Michigan)......:...1:37 annexinig five victories against no de-
l400 yard relay- ' feats.
D~arnall, Walker, Walaitis, Against Eastern teams the Wol--
Ault (Michigan)........'3:39.9( I verines were also successfiul with the
:1300 Yardl medIley relay- exception of the Yale less. Syracuse
Minnesota (Purdy, J. Hill, I ;wa vanquished, 49-20, while New
I S. Hill) ... .. .......3:17 York university proved, an -easy ve
Itim by a. 50-19 score.

FE[NCERS W IN ;THREE1
LOSE TO DETROIT, CUM0
Fel 0ili1g X-was indiigur'd Ias a
Varsity sport here this, year and a.
scedoulle (of five matcs)),was laed
InI spite uf Itheir ill expori-eiO, );,',
mebe rs Cf t(hI le Wolverin eitm in-
pleoted a favorall season, winniing
three miatchies ;nd losing two with a
ilnal percentage of .600.
The first nied of the csanon was
lost to thlie Detruoit Fencinig club by a
score of 62 to 40. The Detroit~rs
l)255se55001a, mai'keol superiority in
bthil ability .andl experience, yet most
of the m Iatches were very closely con-
tendeol and endeod with close scores.
P~ettibone was the oultst ailding per-
former ill this meet, winniing two
events for- Michigan. _
E VANSTON-R alph Idiptoll, Noi'th-
western's star 125 pounoer, will coin-
~pete in tihe Olympic A. A. U. bouts
inChicago.
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Organized excursions to inid;,,trip-1, flnariial and art
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