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B[AT-YPS1SWIM IRSFor the past three years Coach
Matt Mann's natators have =de-
lywiningin1926 by a 49-20
Taking every first .and three sec- (score, repeating their triumph in
end places, Coach Matt Mann's re- 1927, 52-17, and earning a great
serve natators overwh'elmied the 45-.24 victory at Evanston last year.
Ypsilanti Normal splashers Wednes- 'In these three encounters the
day afternoon at the IntramuralVlctsaexdoyfveirt
bulig olwihi r f -Northwestern's last victory Eover
a Michigan tank team was scored
At no time daring the meet was. in 1924, before Coach Mann .came
the lead of the Wolverines threat- to Michigan. Ralph Breyer and
ened, the Varsity reserves taking Dick Howell, the two Purple stars,
the first event, the 200 yard reay, aided in the 43-24 downfall of t;he
to start the scoring. 0. .Goldsmith Wolverines that season.- Last year
was high point min -of the meet, Wolriwesr fishd eordt
winning both the 5S0 and the 100 Michigan in both the Big Ten and
yard races.. national collegiate championships.,
RLLN1-OLVERIN "MATMEN MAIZE AND BLUE WATER' POLIdST S
(Continued From Page ) TOPLAY''WILDCAT TEAM TONIGHT
amnalist an Nacing A t.U. Northwestern's 'water -polo team, they lost, 74.. Michigan has beat-
Maize and Blue in the heavy- Big Ten champions for three years, en Detroit Yacht Club and .Indiana.
weight eveit, Michigan aper wilpath Wovinsoig, Michigan will line up with Wa-
g pasi Wl lyteWleie oihlaitis, Mertz, and Reif, forwards;
to have litt~e to fear from 1 following the dual meet. The Wild- Side bladWtoa
Burdick, star football lineman, ct aewneeygm hs Sea pgars;dle H WblanrortGodsi
who has also -but one defea-%(ashv o vr aeti e-gad;adWre rGlsih'
marring his -record, ison'except that with Stanford. when goal. The Purple team will con-
sist of Schfiartz. Colba'h. and Pe-
"Tirhe Homte of Hart Schaffner &e Marx"
They're Here Fellows,
THIE NEW TOPC:OATS
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~EXCW~t snti GEN1TS
Well dresse~d men are thoroughly posted on authentic attire.
They may have inrdivi"dual preference as to co1or and styling,
but they agree unanimously on the correctness of
i angrock Fine Clo0thes"
The man who appreiciatog flu iot ilAccept the tberury as f atlt-
less in design and tailoring.
Drury .r.-a new 2-button suit developed this season byThos.
has many new.,f eatures, more important of which are th e
unsil~ysoft fot ca ndg b4l onig tollingtnotche lpes
The- Drury typifies a new ventt in d Ihis ligning which requires
the fittest tailof inga-and the use of the best qutality hymo cloth in the lapels
and coat front.
Stiff, unwieldy ^fabrics Aiiiot be used, in attaining the
smart lies of this cost.
The trousers are cut slightly higher. waisted, to be worn with braces
The prices of Thos. Hea'th' Ready-to-Put-on Clothes are not beyond
the range of, prudent buying.
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