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THE MICHIGAN DflI.N1

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24 1928

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FAVOR T HR EE TEAMS
IN1 RACE AT MADISONi
Hawkeye, Illini, Hoosier Harriers
Mated Highest In Annual
Big Ten Meet
IOWA HAS 4i*OD RECORDI
With Wisconsin, holder of the
Conference harrier championship
for the last four years, overshad-
owed by at east three teams on the
basis of advance ratings, the an-
nual Big Ten cross-country meet
which will be held at Madison this
morning appears to have narrowed
down to a triangular duel between
Illinois, Iowa, and Indiana for first,
place and titular honors.
The Hawkeyes, with an inexper-
ienced team, of sophomores, will
start the five mile trek heavy fa-
vorites by virtue of their victories
over Illinois, Minnesota, and Wis-
consin in dual meets.
Illinois Strong
The Illini harriers, although
beaten by Iowa, have shown some
strength in dual meets besides win-
ning the triangular meet with
Michigan and Ohio at Columbus,
and will pit a team of veterans,
against the Hawkeyes. The Hoos-
ier runners also have a good re-
cord including an overwhelming
defeat of the Badger team in a
quadrangular meet with Northwes-
tern and Chicago at Evanston.
Wisconsin, which has consistent-
ly outclassed all competition for
the last four years, finds itself in
the unenviable position of under-
dog, the Badgers having a lone vic-
tory over Michigan in an early sea- I
son meet to their credit. The Wol-
verine squad, which placed a close
second to Illlinois and ahead of
Ohio in the triangular meet at
Columbus after losing to Wiscon-
sin, will be handicapped by the'
loss of Captain Wuerfel, whose in-
jured knee will prevent his com-
peting.{
Several Stars Compete
The race for individual honors'
promises to be close, with Captains
Abbott of Illinois, Martin of Pur-
due, Abromson of Indiana, and An-
derson and North of Minnesota fa-
vored. The Illinoi contingent also
contains two other individual stars
in Novak and Ponzer, who took
thirteenth and nineteenth respec-
tively in last year's meet.
Since the first five finishers in
the 1927 race over the Michigan;
course will not compete today, sev-
eral of the other early finishers are
rated highly in the present field.
Baker of Ohio State, who finish-

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LEADS HAWKS AGAINST WOLVERINES

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NEW COACII IS SECUW3D
FGR WOLVERINE HENCERS
After struggling along for n r-
ly half a semester undci iLs own
momentum, the varsity fencing
scuad was rewrar d d thif -ufrk h bj

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END REGULAR SEASON

FOR BIG TEN HONORS

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;. fizz cluziu waaq iertatz e it jsDvdFiwibo TnsFnl u
the appointment as varsity fencin v Fssituation Depends Upon Gopher
, J trFrom Field Of Twenty- Victoy pnd Upon oh
coach, John Johnston, dmet er J IWO, OtherYerGames
athletics of the public shoolS inh Y gTwo Other Games
Pontiac, Mich., who will conmk.--
Ann Arbor every Tuesdlay a:ED p TAKES SECONDA
I Thursday to instruct the temn ,D ST UEP E
the use of foils, epees, and sabvk. David W. Fitzgibbons led Coach GAMES TODAY
Coach Johnstone ia w ' quai d Ted iPrrabergr's Freshman cross- Iowa at Michigan
for this position haVing 1)en I country teany over the three mile Minnesota at Wisconsii
^d in the coaching of tlis and othri freshlmn-v course yesterday after- Indiana at Purdue
sports for 17 years in varions npin aP
of the United States. 'e rtcr . oon and finished about 200 yards Oh t a Illnosr
his training in fencing .a iiW im front of hi nearest rival, Band- Dartmouth at Northwestern
Portsmouth Naval School of pl ifield. Fitzgibbons took the lead at Wi h the fin g es of the 1928
ical education at Portsmnou h, E- W hle start, and was never headed Ten schedule on the card for
land and was a mfemtha ol ns ding he icc. today, the selection of a new
fencing team fom that school The winning time of 15:21 was lampion is still a much involved
which captured the ini.' p note, a new record by any means, roblem Should certain events
fencing championship at Lti1( Oln- but it won first place from a field ae lace in the four Conference
pics in Londondon in 19 t , of twenty-three starters, the tilts today, four teams may have
Coach Johnstone was the st ii- niallest squad in several years.c e share the title
dent of the famous French mas 't a hance to
Professor Magrinny, who was fo Last year Toth won this race over To accomplish such a four-way
many years employed by the Brit- the tough yearling course which (a tie involves a number of "ifs."
ish Admirlity to coach teams o arts in front of the Health Serv~ First, Minnesota must reassert its
the English navy. Coach John- te, with the record breaking time traditional supremacy over Illinois,
(CniuenPaeSve) o 15:05 against a fast field of 47 t 4 ^ while tie games are being played
(Continued on PgerSeven) t peviousrecord was 15:07 between Illinois and Ohio State, as
.:itll~ll [I 1 111 ll Ill i 111111E1w*119111111111I11{{ llnImlitlfill0t11 made in the freshman run in 1927 well as Iowa and Michigan.
lhc victory of Fitzgibbons was y' Gopher Line Strong
G R I D B I Tlot unexpected as this diminutive v~g h chm sh
B Truer has been leading his class- '..}Involving the championship
By M o r r i s Q u in n mates over the distance all season, ahopes of' the present leader of the
AMaConferolding the record for the year 1 Al tr Ceence, the clash at Madison
with a time of 15:20.tBeween the aGophersiandate
Greeted by favorable weather for morning and took up th osi Ten Receive Numerals pected to be a big obstacle in the Badgers will attract considerable
te fis t his ek, Coach Tad quarters at the Huron ihotel. Bandfield's time was 15:51 1-2 way of Northwestern My M attention. The "Thundering Herd"
thif inlpacieoftesesn Yesterday ow ih ate erest ofthe rnesstrungsy fers h eafocdt tay n ihefrom Minneapolis, will enter the
their final practice of the season Yafternoon tn Iow' wih the tof runners srg has been forced to sit on the game with full strength available
before taking them to Barton Hills mentor put his charges through out behind him at closer intervals bench during the past few games for the first time this year. Tradi-
country club where the final plans a light limbering up practice in the than that by which Fitzgibbons because of injuries but will be in tion calls for a grim battle when
for the coming battle will be dis- new stadium ard expressed him- won. The first ten men to fini the game todaento elen met Gloo
cussed, self as being perfectly satisfied the Freshman race will receivehe.game.oday.Gten Toslevhensieet.Glsoomyn
with the condition of the turf after 1932 numeral sweaters while then coach is hotin for an early lead
the drill first three to cross the line will be Thfield. ohcoach, is hoping for-nealy-le
The last drill of the year was given silver loving cups in addi- The other seven men to finish With the strong jMinnesota line
light in comparison with those After seeing his jik -bound tion to the sweaters. Cook was the among the select ten were Gafill, barring the way to a successful
of the three preceding days, crew trampled in the mud it third man to finish and will get Whitsit, Harbison, White, Worden, plunging game, the Badgers are ex-
the squad devoting its atten- (Continued on Page Seven) a cup with Fitzgibbons and Band- Ransford, and Shelton in the order pected to take to the air to effect
tion to going through the plays of their finishing. (Continued on Page Seven)

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Captain Richard Brown
Who will lead the invading Iowa
eleven into the Michigan stadium
this afternoon in one of the most
important battles for the Hawk--
eyes this season. A victory for
Iowa may mean a chance to tie
one of the other leading confer-l
ence schools for the Big Ten foot-
ball championship and the Hawks
are as intent on winning as the
[Wolverines are determined to end
the season with a victory.
HOCKEY NOTICE
All men interested in varsity or
freshman hockey are requested to
meet in the Union Monday eve-
ning at 8 o'clock. The room in
which the meeting will be held will
be posted in the lobby.
Coach Lowrey
EUGENE, Ore.-Farrell and
Hagen were defeated by two Uni-
versity of Oregon golfers, Vincent
Dolp and Don Moe, in an exhibi-
tion golf match here.
ed sixth last year, may return to
form to spring an upset at Madi-
son, while Monroe, Wolverine track
star, who finished tenth, may also
surprise Michigan fans.
In the absence of Captain Wuer-
fel, Michigan will be represented
by Monroe, Aubrey, Benson, Aus-
tin, Grunow, and Justin.

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to be used against the Hawks
and polishing up their defense
against the famed Iowa run-
ning attack.
Michigan's board of strategy is
taking no chances on a surprise
passing attack on the part of the
invaders as a part of the workout
consisted in a rehearsal of the de-
fense against the potential aerial
game of the Black and Gold eleven.

Coach Burt Ingwersen, ,his
assistants and a horde of husky
ilawkeyes alighted from the
train at Ypsilanti yesterday

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