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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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1L tErVfATER POLOISTS1
Match Will Be An Added AttractionI
On Swimming Meet Card For
Jan. 28 In Union Pool
WEISSMULLER TO PLAY
As an added attraction to the dual
swimming meet between the Illinois
A. C. and the Michigan teams sched--
uled for Jan. 28, the two squads will
compete in a water polo match. The
1. A. C. has one of the best water,
polo aggregations in the country,
holding the National A. A. U. chain-
pionship in this event.
Johnny Weismuller, world's cham-
pion swim-mer, and Buck Samson, {for-
mer Michigan captain, are members of
the I. A. C. polo team. Samson was"
one of the hardest shooting players
in the Conference last season, play-
ing center forward on the Michigan
team.
Drill To Perfect Team Play
The Wolverine water poloists have
been practicing since last November
for the Conference season, which op-
ens next month. Practice games, with
picked teams -of Varsity and fresh-
man candidates participating, have
been conducted by Coach Matt Mann'
in order to develop team play.
Batter, Watson, Walaitis, Hosmer,
and Ault are the most likely for-
ward candidates. The first two nam-
ed are veterans of last year's team.
Spindle, Bob Halstead, and Hubbell
are the leading contenders for guard
positions. This trio of lettermen
should provide a strong defense.
Horn, .Varsity goal tender from last
year, is back again this season.
.ertz Is Outstanding Freshman
Reif, Goldsmith, Thompson, and
Hughes are other promising candi-
dates for the water polo team. War-
ner is an understudy to Horn at
goal. Walker, a good forward pros-
pect, is ineligible at present. Among
the freshmen, Mertz is the outstand-
ing player.
The Michigan water poloists de-
cisively defeated Penn. A. C. while
on their eastern trip, but lost to New
York A. C, one of the best teams in
the country.
Samson, Mayer, and John Halstead
are the members of last year's polo
team who are missing this season.

TWO CONFERENCE TEAMS 1
ARE STILL UNDEFEATED
(Continued From Page Six)
the Illini can not be given a much
higher rating in view of their most
unusual schedule which calls for two
games each with Purdue, Iowa, Wis-
consin, Indiana, Northwestern, and
Chicago-"plenty tough!"
Those surprising Gophers haveE
broken even in two games, and must
rate as an uncertainty. Iowa, with
two losses and one win, has fallen
.rom pre-season dope.
Michigan, the Conference favorite
before the season began, opened her
schedule by losing to Northwestern
and Wisconsin in one week-end and
was forthwith counted out of the race.
Since that disastrous trip, however,
the Wolverines have livened up con-
siderably and will make plenty of
trouble before the end of the journey
in March.
ILLINOIS A. C. TANK COACH
PRODUCED MANY STARS
(Continued From Page Six)
all time, Norman Ross, great dis-
tance swimmer, Arne Borg, Swedish
aquatic ace, Perry McGillivray, Har-
old (Stubby) Kruger, and Robert
Skelton, one time breast stroke
champion. Other fine swimmers who
were coached by Bachrach are Al-
bert Schwartz, former interscholas-
tic record holder, John Faricey, a
breast stroke star, and Conrad Mila,
back stroker.
Ethel Lackie and Sybil Bauer, who
died last year, were two of the best
woman swimmers ever developed in
America. Both were proteges of
Bachrach. Miss Lackie is the hold-
er of many free style records and
titles, while Miss Bauer, at the time
of her death, held all the world's
records for women in the back
stroke. Caroline Smith, diving star,
also competed for the I. A. C. under
Bachrach's tutelage.
Although responsible for the suc-
cess of many of the world's great-
est swimmers, Bachrach was never
a star natator himself. Credit for
his success as a coach is attributed
to his magnetic personality, which
inspires his pupils to do their best
for him. The 200 pound I. A. C.
aquatic mentor is also a master of
swimming technique.
Bachrach appeared in Ann Arbor
last May in conjunction with Johnny
Weissmuller's exhibition in the Un-
ion pool. He will bring a powerful
aggregation here for the dual meet
with Coach Mann's squad.

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