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MICHIGAN DAILY

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MICHIGAN FENCE

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SWORDSMEN FINISH
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HARRIS INSTRUCTS NEW TIGERS

TO VIE FOR TITLE"
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Many Records Expected to Fall
When Swimmers Compete
at Northwestern.
SCHWARTZ IS FAVORITE

Intramural News,

Stolpman and Gordon -Star
Wolverines Defeat Third
Big Ten Rival, 10-7.

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Following on the heels of the all-
Freshman meet next Tuesday night

Phi Beta Delta finished fourth with
170.

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will be the all-Independent meet Three hundred and four men par-

CHICAGO BEST IN EPEE .f
Defeating the formidable Chica-
go team, 10-7, Michigan's fencers
concluded their dual meet season
with an unbeaten record yesterday
morning at the Intramural build-!
ing. The Wolverines went through
three matches against the strong-
est teams in the Conference, Ohio
State, Illinois, and Chicago, without!
a loss, and thus are claimants of
the Big Ten dual meet champion-
ship.
Captain Ken Stolpman and Bob
Gordon featured yesterday's match
with the Maroons, each winning all
his bouts. Michigan won the foils
bouts, 6-3, and annexed the sabers,
3-1, but dropped three out of four!
bouts to the visitors in the epee.
Saccerdoti starred for Chicago, win-
ning three matches.
Stfpman Wins Three.
In the opening foils matches
Captain Stolpman made a clean
sweep of his three bouts, defeat-
ing Friedman, 5-4; Wallace, 5-1;
and Saccerdoti, 5-1. In nine Big
Ten foils matches this season,
Stolpman lost only to Damore of
Ohio State. Len Friedman won two
out of three bouts for the Wolver-
ines, beating his cousin, Friedman!
of Chicago, 5-4, and Saccerdoti, 5-
4.. He lost, however, to Captain
Wallace of the invaders by a 5-2
score. Lovell of Michigan won
from Friedman, 5-4, but lost to
Saccerdoti, 5-3; and to Wallace, 5-1.
Bob Gordon ended the Conference
season without being bested in dual
competition in the sabers, defeat-
ing Goldberg and VanHorn, both by
5-3 scores. Goldberg had hereto-
fore been undefeated.' Hammer of
Michigan divided his saber bouts,,
losing to Goldberg, 5-2, but beating,
VanHorn, 5-4.,
Gordon Wins Award.
Michigan's only epee victory came
when Dowsettivanquished Wallace
2-0. Saccerdoti won both his epee
bouts for Chicago, defeating Dow-.
sett and Koon both by a 2-1 count.
Wallace also won, from Koon, 2-1.
Gordon was awarded a plaque do-
nated by Lasau, a South American
student in the University, for the
most consistent fencing by a Mich-
igan 'team niember this season.
Stolpman received a medal for the
net est erfomae.

next Wednesday, March 12. This is
the first attempt that has beenI
made to run a meet for indepen-

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(Special to The Daily) dents alone and whether this will
EVANSTON, Ill. March 8.-New be continued in future years de-
records in nearly all events are ex- pends on the interest taken in the.
pected to be hung up when swim- I meet Wednesday.
mers of the Big Ten assemble here A team award will be made, as
March 14 and 15 for the annual l there are quite a few independent
Western Conference champion- teams competing for the all-year
ships. Five of the eight existing trophy. Chief among these are:
records have been lowered in dual The Olympics (Capt. Steinberg);
meets this season and the boys are Actuaries (Capt. Friedman); Buck-
expected to set them officially in eyes (Capt. Carpenter); Chinese
the coming meet. The races will be Students (Capt. Yuen); Michigan-
held in Patten pool at Northwes- ders (Capt. Bowman); Suckers
tern university. (Capt. Redniss); and the W. B. D.'s
The battle for first place should .(Capt. Heins). All these teams are
be a lively one with Michigan and expected to enter some men, and
Northwestern regarded as out- in addition any student can enter
I standing favorites. The Wolverines unattached. The meet is scheduled
upset the Purple, 40 to 35, in a dual for 7:30 o'clock and entries are
meet and hope to repeat in the now being received at the Intramu-
title meet. Northwestern has an edge ral building. Any freshman who1
on first place winners but the Wol- contemplates entering this meet is
verines.will count heav in the required to take part in the all-,

ticipated. McCormick of Tau Kappa
Epsilon made the best mark for the'
first round, getting 21 out of 25
shots. He also had the highest to-
tal for both rounds, 40 out of 50.
Alpha Omega's winning team con-
sisted of Moss, Galin,; Spector, Col-'
lins, Rice, Schulman, Grib, and
Katz. Last year's winner was Delta
Sigma Phi with a total of 170.
Other scores of this year's meet'
were Phi' Epsilon Pi-151; Delta Up-
silon, 148; Sigma Alpha Mu-148;
Delta Alpha Epsilon-148; Tau Kap-
pa Epsilon-147; Phi Kappa-143; Al-
pha Tau Omega-143.
Sarazen Will Compete
in Southeastern Open,

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- other positions, a factor which Freshman me
won them the championship last Ten events
" ,eyear. dash, 65 yard
Other teams which will figure in high hurdles,
; the point column are Wisconsin, run, 880 yard
Minnesota, Iowa and Illinois. How- jump, shot p
Associated Prcsy Photo 1ever these squads do not possess Fo
S Manager' Bucky Harris instructing some of his young pitching pros- sufficient all-aroundstrengthAto alpha Ome
Mangerucy arrsmicin ' 1 fraternity fou
pects in the art of gripping the ball at the training camp of the make a bid for the championship. fraterniy ng
Detroit Tigers in Tampa, Fla. Pictured in the group from left to right Schwartz of Northwestern has Thordoy16g
are Pitcher Nelson, Infielder Greenberg, Pitcher Herring, and Harris. repeatedly bettered all free style score of 176
Herring appears to be the most promising of this group.- records in meets this iyear and is en
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,ust about a cinch to lower what Sigma Phi, e
M'i nne ta Tilt Marks all-time conference scoring record ever two events he enters. He will
that was established last season by 'iswim the 100 yard dash and either
Passing of McCracken "Stretch" Murphy of Purdue, who f the 40 or 220 yard swims besides
scored a total of 144 points, the medley r.elay. ; - NOW
(Special to The Daily) ' -- SHOWIN
BLOOMINGTON, March 8- Bea- =>c4> (> >0>0c~- >,s.: (>cis<;=> z:>.
fore calling the season quits the : L- L
Indiana basketball team will in- -r L.NG SERVICE
vade the Gopher state MondayL
night and meet Minnesota in the BUY A FIBER LAUNDRY CASE
last scheduled game of the Western No Re-fills Necessary
Conference. This will mark also ,.lo avs ae
the last appearance of four of. the . Also Canvas Cases
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Of these four players it is prob-
able that most attention, will be X. :r.
directed towards the performance r
of Capt. Branch McCracken -"who H[iear a
completes his third year 'of Varsity appeal) and
competition. In the game with tion. A ro
Minnesota the Indiana pivot man ate unless"
will be given a chance to break the

et Tuesday.
are listed: 60 yard

low hurdles, fi yardn
mile run, 440 yacd'
run, pole vault, broad
ut, and high jump.
ui Shooting.
ga captured the 1930
ul shooting honors on!
ght; making the high
out of a possible X50
id 'place resulted in a
Theta Chi and Delta
ich team totaling 1714,

(By Associated Press)
AUGUSTA - Gene Sarazen, the
fiery little golf pro who played in
his first open tournament here nine
years ago, will be one of the favor-
ites to cop the victors share of $5,.
000 prize money, in the first annual
Southeastern open tournament in
Augusta, beginning March 31.
Sarazen turned pro in 1920 and
headed south the next year to par-
ticipate in an Augusta open meet,
but didn't finish in the money. The
next year he won the Texas open
and the following season' capturedy
the national open crown.
Gene played a hunch and left his
winter home In Florida to travel
across the continent anid capture
first money in the $25,000 Agua
ICaliente open.

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using yarn of a dear old alma mater where you don't grad-
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Football Coach, Harry Kipke
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