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October 28, 1928 - Image 12

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-10-28

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Right from Yale to the International Polo Four! Frederick Winston
Churchill Guest, captain of the Yale polo team last year, was one of the outstanding
stars in the defeat of the Argentines by the United States in the recent international
series. Three games were required to decide the championship of the Americas as
the Argentines won, the second game. Guest did marvellous work in the deciding
game which the United
States won by 13 to?9. This
is the first time that a college
player has made a name
for himself in international
polo within a few months of
his being graduated from
college. Guest, apparently,
has a long career in polo
ahead of him. He played
Number 4, or back, succeed-
ing Devereux Milburn, who
recently announced his re-
(Pacific and Atlantic)


Stout, Steady, and
Serviceable-that's the
way Captain Bruce Du-
mont, of the Colgate
football team, looks to
us. Apparently, there
are no frills about this
sturdy gridiron warrior.
Bruce plays guard, and
he has also made an en-
viable reputation as a
(Pacific and Atlantic)
The Little Giant of
Wisconsin. This is
"Bo" Cuisinier, midget
of the Cardinal squad,
who scored one touch-
down and played a
prominent part in that
early season grid upset
when the Badgers
downed the mighty No-
tre Dame. Cuisinier is
a clever ball carrier and
passer and his showing
in his initial appearance
in college football gives
promise of a great gri
(Underwood and

Collects Many
"S's.", Steve
Hamas is expect-
ed to break a
record at Penn
State by winning
ten "S's" during
his college days.
The present rec-
ord is nine which
has been attained
by Cy Lungren,
Glenn Killinger,
Mike. Palm, and
Hinkey Haines.
Hlamas now bas
six letters. He
won four last
year in football,

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