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FEBRUARY 22,-- 1929

%,FIE MICHIGAN DAIL

P~EBRUARY 22, 1929' THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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WOLVERINE TANK MEN WILL BEGIN STIF
DRILL IN PREPARATION FOR NORTHWESTERN

Meets With State And Wisconsin
Are Only Contests Before
Season's Hardest
GRAND RAPIDS "Y "EASY
Having annexed their fifth'
straight victory of the season at
the expense of Grand Rapids Y. M.
C. A., Michigan's swimmers will be-
gin intensive training for the meet
with the strong Northwestern ag-
gregation, now only two weeks
away. - The meet at Grand Rapids.
was scarcely more than a workout,;
the Wolverines winning easily by
a 51-20 score.
Wolves Lose One First
Every first place with the excep-
tion of the fancy diving\ was won
by Coach Mann's proteges, while
the Grand Rapids team captured
only two second places. Mitchell
and Stewart both finished ahead of'
Bailey in the fancy diving, while
Grimshaw was off form, taking
fourth. Rose touched out Reif of
the Wolverines for a second place
in the 40-yard sprint. Michigan
had little trouble winning the rest
of the events.
Next Wednesday Michigan' State
will invade the Intramural. build-
ing pool for a dual meet, while on
Saturday the Wolverines will jour-
ney to Madison to compete with
Wisconsin in swimming and water
polo. These meets will give the
Michigan swimmers needed com-
petition in preparation for the
crucial meet March 8 against

Northwesterns' experienced tank-
men.
Michigan Team Strong
The Wolverines appewr to be we'l
fortified in the free style with Sea-
ger, Walker', Reif, and 0. Gold-
smith available for the sprints and
Ault a sure place winner in the
distance events. Watson ,trd Me-
Donald are waging a close battle
for a regular berth in the 400-yard
swim.
Captain Spindle and Hubbell,
both former champions, are re-
garded among the best back
strokers in the country. TIhomp-
son and R. Goldsmith can be re-
lied upon to make a race interest-
ing for competitors in the breast
stroke. Mertz also swims this
event, but has been devoting his
efforts to the quarter mile lately.
Fancy diving has been Michigan's
greatest weakness in dual meets.
Grimshaw and Bailey have been
"in and outers" in competition,
winning the event only once in five
meets, that against Indiana.
Northwestern will bring the out-
standing collegiate diver in the
country, Wallie Colbath, Olympic
team member, to test the prowess
of the Wolverines on the spring-
board.
Crews of the eastern colleges are
apparently anxious to start spring
practice since they are taking tc
the water as soon as the melting
of the ice will permit. Penn has
already made the call for crew
candidates and will work out on
the Schuykill.

TWO OLYMPIC TEAM MATMEN TO
REPRESENT WOLVERINES TONIGH T
(Continued From Page Six) Purdue, considered the leading 165
matmen in the total number of pounder in the Conference. He will
points scored this season is suffer- meet Ackley, runner up in the Con-
ing from an injured arm and is not ference last year.
included in the present lineup. McGilliard, who has alternated
However, there is a possibility that with Rub in this season in the 115
l he may see action in one of the pound division, will have as hisl
middleweights. Dougavito, wrest-: opponent tonight, Cushman. Tkis
ling his first season this year, has Buckeye is expected to give the
developed fast, defeating Hooker of wolverine plenty of trouble.
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