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VARSITY ANDE Swimming And Hockey

Awards Announced STOLPMAN'#ILL L[AD


Bo Mole"da X


Play For


Squad Turns
In Winning.

In Brilliant Record
Conference Title;

Six Members Graduate

Fifteen memb
Varsity swimmi
ence champions,
ed letters by C
while five swimm
awards. Those r
ters are Capt.
'29E; George Hu
Watson, '29; Allan
old Bailey, '29; Ri
William McDona
Ault, '30M; Rob
Frank Walaitis,
'30; Fred Grim
Thompson, '30;F
'30B.Ad; and Ed
Those awarded
ver Goldsmith, '2
spiel, '29.; and C
'30, free stylers;
diver; and. Howa
breast stroker.
Four Get T
Captain Spind
son, and Seagera
third Varsity let
Ault, Walker, Tlh
and Reif are recip
ond letters, while
ing made for the
ey, McDonald,:
Goldsmith, and V
Six of the lett
to the team thr
while two of the.
also depart. Spi
will be greatly m
stroke, as both ar
champions. Wa
good distance swi
ger has been co
sprints. Baileyi
while McDonald
distance events.
Among those
Walker, Reif, and
Walaitis and G
Thompson andt
strokers. Mertz
ceived their lette

ers of Michigan's
rg team, Confer-
have been award-
oach Matt Mann,
hers received AMA
eceiving their let-
Richard Spindle,
bbell, '29E; Tom
n Seager, '29; Har-
Lhard Mertz129E;
ald, '29; Garnet
ert Walker, '30;

John "Bo" Molenda, former Uni-
versity of Michigan athlete, has re-
ported to the Denver club of the
Western League where he will see
service on the mound staff during
the coming baseball season. Mo-
lenda served last year with the
Waco club of the Texas League
which is managed by Derrill Pratt,
who lives in Ann Arbor.
Molenda starred in football
while at the University but did not
play any baseball. He was, how-
ever, a diamond star while at
Northeastern High in Detroit,
where he also starred on the grid-
iron. During the past several
autumns he has held down a berth
on a New York professional team.

30; Ernest Reif, in A 4
nshaw, '30; Jud
Robert Goldsmith, Seek Consolation For Impending
ward Warner, '30. Defeat; Sports Gain In
the AMA are Oli- Offensive Power
9E; Henry Dinkel-
;harles McCaffree, Greatly strengthened by the dis-
Harold Nimz, '31, covery of a new member on the
and Brown, '30, a staff, the sports quintet, publica-
tions champion, was preparing to
spend the evening in Tia Juana,
rd Letter Mexico, while awaiting the historic
le, Hubbell, Wat- battle with the to-be-pited edt-
are receiving their torials on the morrow.
ters in swimming. The new find, Larry Prakken,
iompson, Walaitis, who once wore the colors of/High-
)ients of their sec- land Park Junior college, should
the award is be- strengthen the already powerful
first time to Bail- offensive of the confident sports
Mertz, Grimshaw, team. Captain Swanson expects
Varner. his men to surprise the mammoth
ermen will be lost crowd with a spectacular exhibi-
rough graduation. tion.
Weighed down with the impend-
AMA winners will ing defeat, the editorial quintet
ndle and Hubbell left early this morning for Detroit
issed in the back (probably Ecorse). Captain Tilley
re former Big Ten was certain of victory although he
tson has been a did not know until asked just what
immer, while Sea- Saturday held in store. Manager
insistent in the I Patrick had no fears either while
is a fancy diver, Brute Simmons, the third member
competed in the of the editorial coaching staff, was
puzzled as to whether to import
remaining are the Cleveland professional quintet
Ault, free stylers; or the New York Celtics. The night
At, d syrs;in Ecorse was expected to solve
rimshaw, divers; the problem.
Goldsmith, breast The sports staff late last night
and Warner re- expected that tihe past history
ers for service on ; (established since 1891) would re-


Bryant, Grace, Abbett, hart, Joseph
Maney, And Fisher Named To
Receive Puck "m".'
Seven men on the 1928-29 hockey
squad were awarded varsity letters
while six others were given "AMA"
letters by Coach Eddie Lowrey yes-
terday. Of the 13 hockey players
thus awarded only four will be lost
to the squad next year, two "M"
men and two "AMA" men.
The men awarded Varsity letters
are C. Grace, Sarnia, Ont.; Clar-
-ence Bryant, '30, Calumet; Samuel
Hart,30, North Bay, Ont.; Gabriel
Joseph, '29, Fargo, N. D.; William
Maney, '29, Duluth, Minn.; J. Fish-
er, '30, Laurium; John Abbett, '30,
Duluth, Minn.
Schianderer Gets "AMA"
Those 'given the "AMA" award
are Arthur Schlanderer, '31, Ann
Arbor; Glen Copeland, '29, Lake-
wood, Ohio; Thomas Courtis, '30,
Detroit; William Mason, '30, Han-
cock; Francis Shea, '29, Eveleth,
Minn.; Albert Nygord, '30, Calumet.
Grace began the season -as an un-
known when the call was made for
candidates for the goal tenders',
position and developed into one. of
# the strongest goalies in the Con-
ference. Hart besides playing a
steady game at defense was the in-
dividual high point scorer on the
squad and was placed on Coach
Lowrey's All Conference team.
Bryant, Fisher, and Abbett play-1
ed throughout the, season and were,
strong factors in the success of the
'team's scoring ability. All of these.
men have one more year of compe-
tition and should form the nucleus
of next years' sextet. Joseph and
Bryant, two veterans who saw serv-
ice during most of the games this
year and carried the brunt of the
attack, will be lost to the squad
next year. t
" With the exception of Shea and
Copeland who are to be.graduated.
this year, all of the "AMA" men
will return to strengthen next
year's team. Experience should
make Schlanderer, Courtis, Mason,
and Nygord valuable players next

(By Associated Press)C
HAMILTON, Ont., March 21.-
Percey Williams of Vancouver, Ca-
nada's double Olympic winner, re-,
turned to competition last night
to equal the world's indoor record
for 680 yards in the. annual indoor Z
meet of the ninety-first regimenta
here. Williams covered the dis-b
tance in 6 1-5 seconds, beating out.
Johnny Fitzpatrick of Hamilton
another Canadian Olympic star, by,
a narrow margin. Leigh Miller of!
Hamilton, was third.f
Paavo Nurmi, Finland's famous
phantom, won the two mile miss-t
and-out race from a mediocre field.
He lapped the rest of the contes-
tants to finish in 9:23 2-5. H. Web-l
ster of Hamilton, was second and{
1 Mcherry of. Toronto, third.
Phil Edwards and Fred Veit, NewI
York University stars, finished first
and second in the 600-yard special.
With the twenty-fourth annual
dual track meet between Michigan
and. Cornell' scheduled. for this!
Saturday, Coach Steve Farrell will !
send a team of men who have had~
vrtuall no competition against aj
squad which had competed in in-
door meets for several weeks.
The Cornell team boasts a 58-1
55 victory over the Yale thinclads '
this year, showing particular
strength in the, distance runs, cap-!
turing. all three places in the mile
and. two mile events. As well, they
took every place in the 16 pound
shot put.
Since 19.21, Cornell has been suc- j
cessful in only one meet with the
Wolverines, winning the event in
1922 with a score of 59-27. In all
of the other meets in recent years
Michigan has scored, overwhelming
victories, being held to the closest
score, 50 1-2-44 1-2 last year. How-
ever, this year Michigan is sure of
points in the sprints with Tolan,
one of the fastest men in the Bigl
Ten entered in these events.
The Seymour twins are expected
to give the Cornell long distance
tars some trouble in the runs.

r encing Captain
Kenneth Stolpman, '31M., of
Detroit, has been elected captain
of the 1930 fencing team to succeed
Maurice Lazar, the retiring cap-
tain. Stolpman was one of the
mainstays of the Michigan team
this year, winning all six of -his
foils matches against Ohio State
and Wisconsin. This was Stolp-
man's second year on the team.
Wiggers, Conference epee cham-
pion, will be the only member of
this year's team lost through gra-
duation. Stolpman, Lazar a n d
Friedman will again beavailable
in the foils, while Hammer and
Gordon will return in the. sabres.
Someone will have to be found to
take Wiggers' place in the epee

WORLD'S MARK Sophomore Star Chosen Ta Succeed
Maurice Lazar As Wolverine

Tickets $1.00
at Slater 's

the water polo team. peat itself on the hardwood.


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