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THE

.CeliGA 1 2TLY

TANK AND

MAT TEA

COMPETE

IN NATIONAL MEETS

WfllEE~ *Reulr-arRaly Late
UL,, To Win Tilt, 10 To 4
EightIruns in the final inning
saved the regulars from defeat
yesterday after the yannigans had
piled' up a four run mhargin in the
'Tight Michigan Swimmers Entrain early innings. The regulars dented
For St. Louis Where Meet Is the plate for the first time in the
To Be Held sixth when they scored twice, but
Coach Fisher had to call a halt to
EXPECT KEEN GOMPETITION the massacre in the seventh in
order to hold infield practice.
h mBig Bill McAfee', pitching en -
Eight Michigan swimmers ac- aldteyniast aea
companied by Coach Matt Mann'ab d the yannigans tobtake an
left yesterday afternoon for St. ly e since
Louis where they will compete in moundsmian for the regulars was
the national collegiate tank meet wild. Four runs were accumulated
at Washington university tonight before Asbeck retired in the fourth
and tomorrow. The Wolverines will' in favor of Pickard. McAfee grant-
be derending the team title they ed but one hit during his Your-in-
be ndi97and 1928. gtning stay and was given nice sup-
won in 1927 pornin h92feld
Indications point to even keenerp he ilhr
copetition in the national meet While Pickard stayed the threats
than featured the Conference meet of the yannigans to score again,
of two weeks ago. Several easten granting dut Bobei in htrok
teams have filed their entrie, up th task le t by cAfe found
while all the prominent natators in the going quite roegh.
the Middle West will compete. thI~ n-qieruh
h e ; ay Wexmst Stomngt. Five hits, two waiks, and four er-
Re',ay Teams Strong rors went into the' complete rout
The Michigan 200 yard relay that developed in the regulars' por-
team, made up of Walker, Walaitis,- tion of the seventh,. The' lineups!
Seager and Ault, is expected to op- were: Regulars-Asbeck, Pickard,
pose some fast quartets, with Rut- pitcheirs; Duckman, Hill, catchers;
gers, Illinois, Syracuse, and Wis- McCoy, Ib; Straub, 2b; Weintraub,
consin among the principal con-- 3b; Kubicek, ss; Corriden, If;
ten'ders. SIgle, cf; Myron, rf. Yannigans-_
A new record is likely in the 200 McAfee, Bobcean, pitchers; Trus-
yard breast stroke, with an espe- kowski and Stevens, catchers;
cially fast field entered. Goldsmith, Squier, 1b; Centenni; 2b; Fastman,
who took fourth in the Big .Ten, 3b; Wheeler, ss; Hill If; lKanitz, cf;
will be the Wolverine entry. Peter- 'Garrison, rf.
sen of Northwestern, Meyer of
Wisconsin, Cronin of Rutgers, of Washington U. are also likely
Moles of Princeton, Sch'ott of Wlai- place winners.
liams and Schroeder of Tllino i" Rn!f A brilliant field is anticipated int
all capable swimmers. thl 220 and 440 yard swims. Gar
50 Yard fieldL arge Ault and, Torn Witson, who finish--
The 50 yard free style will find . ed one-two in the Conference, will
Bob Walker, Al Seager, and Frank be the Michigan representatives.
Walaitis all m aking bids for! Shields of Brigham Young; Kojac
first place. The Wolvefine' andricei* f SRutgers Loeb ofb
strongest opposition will come fron Pyirncton .of r , i of
Bryant of Dartmouth, Schwartz of Illinois, and Sracrtz of North-
Northwestern, Oker of Chicago, western are among those who will
and Phillips of Navy. Practically vie for honors.
the same field will compete in the Frank Walaitis will enter the
100 yard free style with the pos- fancy diving for Michigan. He will
sible addition of George Kojac, comoete against a field of high-
Rutgers ace. This should be a class performers, as Colbath of
great three-cornered race' with Northwestern, dGroh of Illinois, Sa-
Kojac, Schwartz, and Walker corn- seen of Penn, Hubbard of Dart-
peting. mouthand Brooks of Princeton are
Two reliable veterans, Capt. Dick expected to compet.
Spindle and George Hubbell, will l The Wolverine medley relay triol
wear Michigan's"colors in the 150 I of Hubbell, Goldsmith, and Seager
yad back stroke. They will find will race some stiff competition
the going fast, as Hinch of North- from Northwestern's combination'
'western and Kojac, who is Olympic of Hinch, Pltersen, and SchwartzI
champion, are expected td battle or Covyde, while Rutgers' trio has
fir first honors. Wohl of Syracuse, been coiering the 300 yards in fast
Marsh of Minnesota, and HeidemanItime.

VETERA

4S AVAILABLE FOR Michigan Wrestlers IGHT WOLVERINE WRE&TLERS TO ENTER
WOLVERINE TENNIS SQUAD' Enter A. A.U. Tourney LI TnhIAIwriIn TAAII

.Barton And Moore Again Eligible the first time and if his early sea- t
While Spencer, Beal, Hammer son performances may be consider-m
Add Strength ed any criterion he should go far g
in Big Ten competition.-
Championship aspirations are B Beal Shows Good Form a
high in Michigan's Varsity tennis Bob Beal, a junior, winner of the o
camp this year with a majority of fall All-Campus tournament, is the s
last year's first string performers second of a trio who won his num-w
available for service along with all erals his freshman year but did not v
unusually strong crew of raqueteers compete last year. The Ypsi court;
who have yet to carry the Wolver- star plays a cautious type of ten- w
ine colors. nis which is characterized by its: a
Horace Barton, two time Wolver- accurateness and should be hard to If
ine captain, leads the list of vet- beat. His performances indoors C
eran . performers. The Michiganhave been most promising but hisN
captain has held down the position type of play should carry him evcr: l
of first man for the past two years farther out of doors on th2 erry j a
and in his first year of competition Field courts.
he paired with "King" Moore to Ed Hammer, winner of the recent bi
annex the Big Ten doubles crown indoor tournament, will make a
as well as playing a prominent strong bid for a team position. His R
part in bringing the Conference severe service and powerful, though c
team honors to Ann Arbor. unorthodox, topspin driving game f
I'should stand him in good stead, al
Moore Will Play Others who may be expected co
Moore, coholder of the doubles bid for the remaining squad posi-
championship in his sophomore tions may be numbered among last
o
year, will be available for service years strong freshan squad of It
along with Ken Schaeffer, another numeral winners comprising Dus-;b
two year veteran. Bacon, virtual- enbury, Nelson, Nessen, Kramer,I
ly a regular, last year, will make a Richelson and Swanson. t
strong bid for a position on this
years team as will Marsh and La-
moree, AMA winners of last year. Indians Enter Race
Probably most encouraging has
been the play of a trio who have
yet to see Varsity action. Jim
Spencer, former state champion, The Cleveland Indians, present-
will become eligible this season for ing the most altred lineup of anyi
_______________ -club in the American League, willI
Spring Grid Practice enter the 1929 baseball campaign I
with high hopes of ending in the
egns At sconsin first division. With a lineup that
includes four regulars new to the
-- T ily)club and two veterans playing posi-
MADISON, Wis., March 28.-tions other than those they played
last year, the team and its follow-
Spring football practice' at Wiscon- ers are confident that the Tribe'
sin has started with a record turn- will finally crawl out of the rub
out, more than one hundred uni- into which they have fallen.
f b dth d.Outfield Rejuvenated
forms being issued the grid candi- 11nfcdReueae
dates ten fisutwody ed qnd The most drastic change in the}
dates the first two days. The squad Indians' battlefront will be in the
is increasing from day to day with outfield. No less than three new,
the addition of late arrivals at the regulars will be ready for duty on
Randall practice fields. the opening day. They are Bib
Coach Glenn Thistlethwaite has Falk, secured from Chicago, who I
lost no time in getting down to bus- 'will play left, Earl Averill, a costly
iness. The boys have already had Pacific Coast League slugger, in
a touch of blocking and tackling, center, and Porter, of the late Jack
along with the usual fundamental Dunn's Baltimore Orioles, who will'
drills. Glenn, himself, is supervis- replace Homer Summa in right.
ing the work. of the backfield can- Charley Jamieson will not relin-
didates, aided by "Pat" lmyes,quish his left field berth entirely, I
frosh mentor. but will alternate With the younger
Falk. Eddie Morgan, Charley Dor--t
NEW YORK.--Jack Dempsey and man, and Ollie Tucker form the re-
Humbert J. Fugazy have secured lief corps, with Morgan possessing
the services of Max Schmeling, the the best chance of sticking.
German sensation, for a bout to be Pitching is likely to prove the
held soon. weak link in the Tribe's attack.

Michigan wrestlers will endeavor
o live up to their custom of taking
pore places than any other ag-
regation in the state A. A. U.
wrestling championships to be held
t Flint tomorrow. Nine members
f the freshmen squad and four
ophomores are making the trip
with Theron Donohoe, assistant
varsity coach.
As usual competition will be stiff
with over a hundred entries from
all over the state. Among the most
eared aggregations are the M. S.
C. Varsity and the Michigan State
Normal Varsity. Several other col-
eges will also be represented. Un-
attached entries from various Y.
M. C. A.'s have also given tough
battles in the past.
According to freshman coach
Russ Sauer all the men have a fair
chance in the competition. The
reshmen entered will compete un-
attached.
All of the bouts will- be run off
Saturday. The first one starts at
ne o'clock and they continue
hrough until the final round has

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Injury To George, Heavyweight' the meet in 1921, will have its
Star, Will Handicap Michigan usual strong team on hand to de-
I, niQue higtfend the championship, while Ames
Ques and several Big Ten schools have
lalso entered formidable aggrega-
B1 TEN STARS ENTERED tions.
The Wolverines' hopes of ending
With the Wolverine hopes of dis- the long Oklahoma Aggies' domi-
placing the Oklahoma Aggies, per- nance of collegiate mat circles were
ennial holders of the national title,'given a severe setback by a last
dimmed by the absence of Ed minute injury to Ed George, Olym-
Geor e, star heavyweight, from the Ipic heavyweight finalist. Michigan,
linetp, Michigan's mat squad of possessing another Olympic final-
eight left yesterday afternoon for ist in Bob Hewitt, 125 pounder, has
the national wrestling champion- already garnered the Conference
ship meet at Columbus. championship and was accorded a
Star wrestlers from all over the good chance of upsetting the title-
..rwlv f..n holders.

counr.y willganlert tocompete 1or
individual and team titles in theI
Ohio State field house today and
tomorrow, according to advance re-
ports.
Oklahoma A. and M., national
titleholder since the inception of

George's injury leaves the de-
fending heavyweight champion,
McCready of Oklahoma A. and M.,
whose sole defeat is credited to the
Wdverine star, the outstanding
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been run off in every weight class.
There has been some objection to-
he method of running off tall of
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