S ESDAY, APRIL 2, 1929
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SWIM STARS SHATTER
EVERY MEET RECORD
New National Intercollegiate
Recorda Are Also Set
At St. Louis
NQRThWESTERN IS WINNER
Record-breaking performances in
every .event featured the national
collegiate tank meet at St. Louis
last week in which Michigan took
second place with 21 points, 10
points beh i n d Nothwestern's
squad of star performers, which
assumed Michigan's role of team
champion. Five new national in-
tercollegiate records were estab-
lished in the 75-foot Washington
university pool, while every meet
record was shattered.
Although :they failed to win a
single event, Coach Matt Mann's
swimmers gained enough places to
outscore. both Princeton and Rut-
gers, who tied for third with 14
points apiece. Garnet Ault, cap-
tao-elect, was 'high scorer for.the
Wolverines, finishing second to Bud
Shields of Brigham Young in both
the 220 and440 yard races.
Shields Sets Mark1
Shields broke 'Ault's record in the
quarter mile by four seconds,
swimming the distance in 4:57.8 to
beat the Wolverine by 10 yards.r
The Brigham Young entry was I
again the star of the meet, being;
the only competitor to win twot
Rutgers' fast quarter defeated
the Wolverines by a yard in the!
200 yard relay. Bob Walker, swim-
ming anchor man, covered the 50 I
yards in :23 seconds to gain a yard!
on Kojac. The Michigan medleyr
trio ook third place when RutgersY
was disqpalified. Northwestern setc
a new world's record of 3:09.4 ins
winning the event. Tilley's illegal
turn cost Rutgers second place, r
giving Princeton second and Michi-g
Walker Disqualified .
In the 50 yard sprint Walker
placed third,. but was disqualified'
for interfering with Oker. He came
back to finish third in the century
free style behind Schwartz ands
Bryant of Dartmouth, the formerf
setting a new record of :53.2 sec-s
George Kojac of Rutgers, Olym-V
pie champion, added the collegiate o
back stroke title to his list of laur- i
rels, establishing a new world's
record of 1:38.4. George Hubbell of!a
Michigan took fourth place behind a
Hinch .and Marsh. Every one of the':
four place winners broke the form-.g
er' meet record. In the breast b
stroke, Ted Moles of Princeton de-,e
feted Petersen, Purple ace, and set &
a new intercollegiate mark of 2:35. 1y
TO HOLD 'MURAL INTERSCHOLASTIC TOURNEY DRAWS CAGERS FROM
SPORTS OUTSIDE MANY LOCALITIES FOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS!
Prep cagers' from forty different to 25,000; and eleven are from
Brought to a successfui close high schools scattered from coast cities of over 25,000.
Broght stgo a sucef cose tocoast and from Montana to New Champions of two years ago,
with the staging of the open house Mexico are preparing to enter the Morton high school of Cicero, Ill.,
celebration, the intramural :indoor, national prep school championship opposes Central high school of
activities will for the most part be starting at ten o'clock this morn- Oklahoma City at five o'clock this
shifted to out-door tournament, eig in Bartlett gymnasium of the afternoon. Oklahoma City Is rep-
following the Spring vacation pe- University of Chicago. Represent- resented by two teams in the'
- ing state champions or runners-up tournament.
mnd acoding to Ean n.kne - ithirty four states the teams Stay at Fraternities
ment made by Earl N. Riskey, Ac- practiced yesterday in various Chi- Provisions have been made for
tivities Supervisor of the Intra- cago gymnasiums. some of the players to live at fra-,
mural Sports Department. Twelve games will be held today ternity houses during their stay in
TrThe program that will bring to a and twelve more tomorrow which the Windy City while :others will
close the .1928-29 activities under will cut the competitors down to reside at hotels. Coaches have
the reign of the new building in-1sixteen. The losers will play in a made stipulations that sight-see-
cludes theannual playground base- consolation tournament. ing is to postponed until after the
ball tournament in the fraternity Raton, N. M., and Portsmouth, N. frays.
division, as wei as-the horseshies H., start the performance this The teams entered in tourna-
tourney, and the tennis competi- morning while Ashland, Ky., de- ment, represent about 25,000 high
ion. The interclass spring athletic fending champions will play to- schools. Johnson City, Ill., state
program will feature the baseball night. They are not expected to champs gained the title after beat-
championship league among the repeat as their mainstays have ing the winners of tournaments
various classes of the University. been lost by graduation. that represented 479 Illinois bas-
Coloradoans Arrive ketball teams.
Joes, Colo., a town of less than
. one hundred inhabitants, was the
frst to be represented by a team on
the scene of the championships as
they arrived Sunday..
fIh~~ ;Interesting sidelights on the terri-
tory represented by the teams is;PLANS F R SI L
) shown by the fact that sixteen
(Continued From Page 6) come from towns of less than 5,000
lasing to the men who won the population, six of whom come (special To The Daiiy)
championships in the final match- from villages of less than 1,000; LAFAYETTE, Ind., April 1.-
es, while Bob Warren lost to the th teen come from towns of 5,000 Ward Lambert, Purdue basketball
champion in the semi-final round. ________________
Two men, Kelly and w nParker, - de -1 lOJA i mentor who has piloted four Boil
feated men who had won Con'fer-, - ermaker teams to titles or shares
ence individual. championships atT in titles and three teams to the
the individual meetinwhich the runnr-uppos in Bt teaske
Wolverines were not entered. 1uneruppatOn ig,''et aset
Kelly Defeats Montague ball in the last 10 years, will con-
Kelly lost to Bancroft of Okla- ;Sduct his fourth annual basketball
homa, and then won from Mon- school at Lake Manitou, Rochester,
tague, who won the Big Ten title, (Continued From Page 6) from August 13 to August 20.
while Ray Parker defeated Ham- Hochland seems to be the class of he
mer, Conference 158 pound title the 145 lb. division, but . Donnelly announced today. Lambert's
holder. Hewitt lost to Mantooth I has shown a great improvement schools annually attract high
of Oklahoma for the champion- lately and should give the favorite school and college coaches from
ship. a great bout. In the 155 lb. class Indiana and adjoining states anx-
Caldwell, who went on to win the Fuss and Muehlig appear to be ious to observe the system that has
national crown, only defeated the the logical finalists, while Clark given Lambert's teams by far the
Wolverine captain by a time mar- must also be considered. best rating in the Big Ten over the
gin which would have been called ,Brockmeier is regarded as the :10 year period.
a draw but for the necessity of best bet in the 165 lb. class in view: The Boilermaker mentor is rec-
making a referee's decision, which of his good showing in the all- ognized as one of the greatest
went to the man having any time campus meet, but Stuteville should hardwood strategists in the game,
advantage at all, give him some good competition. for he is able to adapt his 'play to
Dougovito Loses by Seconds Foster is the outstanding contender fit the opponent, and his teams
Dougovito was the victim of the in the 175 lb. class. The unlimited have always had high scoring pro-
same rule in his match with Staf- division has' an unusually large: clivities. During the past season,,
ford, 175 pound winner. Aftel the representation this year. Sorensen the Purdue five set a new all-time
second overtime period, the referee is favored to take this event. The !high scoring record for the Big Ten
gave his decision to the Easterner, all-campus champion, however, in a single game when it defeated
who' had an advantage of 11 sec- will have to down two good men in Chicago, 64 to 16.
ands. Stafford has been represent- Blowney and Stoddard to win, al- The school 'will, be a thorough
ng Cornell in the heavyweight though Stoddard has been handi- one, touching upun all phases of
division for ,the last two year4, capped for the past few weeks by the game from 'rules to the details
and made 175 pounds for this meet. a shoulder injury. iof actual play.
The Michigan entry weighs about
1,60 a dnA no n'l ty at .
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Seven dual meets, including five T. S. COLVIN
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