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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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1928-29 Squad Has Abundance 01
Good Material In Foils, Sabre,
And Epee Events
NEW MEN SHOW PROMISE
Considerably handicapped by the
lack of a regular coach, yet giving
promise of developing the strong-
est team in the history of fencing
at Michigan, the varsity fencing
squad of 19 men is working out
every day at Waterman gymnasiumI
under the direction of Captain
Wiggers and the occasional and'
valuable coaching ,of Bella de
tuscon of Detroit.
On the squad are four men with
one or more years of experience
in Varsity competition, two with
experience from the University of
Chicago, and three promising can-
(idates from last year's freshmen
squad. None of the ability is con-
centrated on any one event but
seems to be will distributed among
all three, foils, sabre and epee.
For their coaching, the candi-
dates at present have 'to,:depend
entirely upon Coach Tuscon, who1
is able to come from Detroit to
Work with the men every Tuesday
and Thursday, and what knowledge
pf the game the individual mem-
ers of the squad may possess.
Fencing, which has for years been
very popular in the East, has'
gradually spreead westward until
now nine of the Big Ten schools I
have varsity teams in competition.
Leading the candidates for a
position on the team in the foilst
event is Louar, lately of the Univer-
sity of Chicago, who has to his
predit six years experience in fenc-
ing. Schultz is another man from
Chicago who 'seems likely to make
a strong bid for one of the three
positions in this event.
Stolpman, a letterman from last
year's squad, and Friedman, a
promising sophomore from last
year's yearling team, are the other
two men who seem to be among the
first four candidates for foils com-
petition. The above four men
should form a combination to be
feared by any team.
The competition for the sabre
event is a little less keen withHam-
mer, who, took' part in broth the
foils and the sabre on the Varsity
last year, and Gordon, from the
1928 freshman squad, the men who

Intramural Play I THREE CLASS TEAMS SCHEDULED
ndere y ain TO MEET IN FOOTBALL TOURNEY
(Continued from Page 6)
men win the finals it will furnish Three teams, Coach Fisher's starting with the Freshman-Phys-
a distinct upset according to the freshman eleven, Coach Keen's ical Education game on Oct. 30.
intramural department. Propabil- sophomore gridders, and Coach The tournament will be under
ities in the doubles seem a bit hard- ! Courtwright's Physical Education the supervision of Coach Wieman,
er to anticipate with a strong squad will compete in a double besides the coaches of the three
field of survivors expected to fur- ; round robin tournament to deter- teams, and will be held under the
nish many hotly contested matches. mine the inter-lass champions, auspices of the Intramural depart-
Preliminary matches of singles ment. Each team will engage in
and doubles horseshoe tourna-'; four games during the double
ments will begin today, it was an- Hfarriers Engage round robin, and the percentage of
nounced by the Intramural de- Cardinals First wins will determine the champions.
partment, and must be played off In case of a tie the leaders will hold
by Oct. 27. All matches will be (Continued from Page 6) a one game play-off. The Intra-
two out of three games, and can will be represented by Randolph mural department will awardi
be played on any regulation court Monroe, 1927 captain who finished medals to the members of the win-
or at Waterman gymnasium. All tenth in the championship race ning team.
Isores must be reproted to the last fall; Aubrey, Jesson, Grunow, All games will start at fourI
tram ulofce. 118inshSmith, and Kennedy of last year's o'clock, the field to be announced
The schedule calls for the finish squad; and Colby and Benson, later.
I of the first round by Oct. 31, theId promising sophomores.
second round Nov. 3, the third The meet will afford these har- .
round Nov. 5, semi-finals Nov. 7, riers an opportunity to. earn their.
and the finals to be played on Nov.letters in the sport, because a rul- " '
8. The winner of the tournament ing made last fall makes it pos-. .
will receive a loving cup and the sible for a man to win his "iVI" 3
runner-up a medal. !if the team defeats another Big
Ten outfit in a dual meet. CQA'TI

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CHICAGO, Oct. 23-Although the
Big Ten basketball season is still
a long ways off, every squad in the
Conference is now in training. As
usual, Coach Meanwell of Wiscon-
sin was the first to issue the call
for candidates. His large squad has;
been shooting at the baskets since
the day school opened this fall.
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