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Northwestern, as'he transferred
from another school.
won. Ault took things easy for
Varsity Breaks Mark of Three I of Purdue in the first match of the New Big Ten standards were
Set by Sauer, Donahue, 1158 pound competition and then let made in every event except the 220
and Watson in 1927. down Payner of Iowa with a time and 440 yard free style swims dur -
advantage of 5:16. The Hawkeye jng the two days of tne title meet.
mon110lg t e tl-UalIt p t s g '
first 12 lengths, but Wilson kept
close behind. Over the last six laps champions for the year are almost
they waged a desperate duel, Ault certain to be found the names of
finally, winning by inches. Inciden- several of the 30 members of the
tally it was Ault's third successive Freshnian squad who are entered I
Conference title in til'. quarter
mire. 11mIons i' tournament
whi 4es undr wvy Qon !Wednes-
T )AS SCHEDULE.
WOODARD PLACES THIRD entry gave Kelly a good battle, but
could not break the Wolverine's
Although Cliff Keen's Wolverine string of wins.
grapplers were forced from first to Hammer Loses Title.
third place in Conference team In the final match fammer of
rankings this year, tte Michigan Wisconsin, defending champion,
contingent set a new Big Ten rec-I
ord at the individual championship gave Kelly his greatest scare of the
meet held at Illinois last week-end tournament, but after two overtime
by capturing four of the eight periods Kelly was declared winner
titles. with an advantage of 1:06. This
In 1927 Donahue, Sauer, and battle was one of the high spots of
Watson took three of the coveted
crowns from a strong field to set a the tournament and the outcome
mark never before reached, and 'was in doubt until the final minute.
until this year that record stood. The easiest title winner of the
However, the team- which Coach Michigan group was Ray Parker in
Keen characterizes as the best het
has ever drilled went to the tourna- the 168 pound division. Parker so
meet this year determined to show far outclassed the rest of the field
that their defeat at the hands of that his win was almost assured
Indiana was a mistake and with after the first match. Belishaw,
but six men able to enter competi- -I aAstrind, innesota,"and
tion won their way to four firsts
and a third. Illinois was the clos- Jiruard fell before him in order,
est rival of the Wolves at Cham- and the only man to give him a
paign Saturday when the Indians real fight was JiruarC. , 'is oppo-
copped three titles and a third. nent in the finals.
Auer Out With Injury. Steinke Gets Time Decision.
With 'Auer 'compelled to drop I Although Al Steinke was eipect-
from the meet due to an injury I ed to make a good showing at the
sustained while the Michigan j tournament, his rather easy on-
squad was taking a last minute I quest of the field came as a distinct
workout, -he burden fell upon the I surprise. Big time decisions over
hands of Captain Hewitt, Kelly, his first two opponents, Sinberg of
Parker, Steinke, Benz, and Wood- Wisconsin and Mitchell of Indiana
ard.- The first four of these oen made the Michigan gridder a' fa-
came through the matches with vorite and i the final against
flying colors while Woodard lost to Tonkhoff -of Illinois he upheld the
Baurle of Illinois in the semi- predictions. His opponent was a
finals and was defeated again by fine wrestler, but Steinke was able
Stetson of Wisconsin for second to keep behind him long enough
place. Benz lost his first match of to get the decision.
the event to Johnson of Illinois Illinois placed second in the Con-
after giving the home team entry ference meet when Sapora, Bauerle
one of the hardest battles of the and Burbick took the titles in the
Sciiwartz lea * one au± iu on T
records by settingenew marks of :18
in the 40 yard yard sprint and :52.6
in the 100 'yard free style. The
former records --were both held by
Michigan swim ners, Walker hav-
ing set the 40 yard mark while
Darnall made the record for the
century in 1928.
Another national intercolleg-I
iate record was broken when
Dick Rinch swam the 150 yard
back stroke in 1:39.6 to beat
Marsh of Minnesota by two
yards. This urpa ssed the
m~ark of 2:39,8 which' :e made
at Minneapolis the previous
Michigan's relay quartet, which
recently shattered the vorld's rec-
ord for the .160 yard distance, set,
a new Conference markc m the re-
lay of 1:1.8 on Friday night. The:
Michigan 'relay teams of 1928 and
1929 jointly held the former record
of 1:1a5.4. 'Nrtiwes tern's medley
trio accounted for the sixth '1ig
mark to fall, coVering 300 yards in
3:09.2, breaking their own stand-
ard of 3:10.6 set last year.
Two Michigan faculty mem-
bers, Prof. Brier of the college
of engineering end Prof. Eatont
of the German department,
flew, from Ann' Arbor' to Ev-
anston for the finals of the
meet'on Saturday. -'They came
in a plane piloted by Milo Oi-j
pliant,"former Michigan diver.
One of the surprises of the meet
developed in the 440 yard free style
when Billy, Wilson, 'Northwestern
sophomore, extended Captain Gar
Ault to the utmost before the latter
Ault led the Wolverines in y veing at the Ltramliural apps
scoring with eight points Bob- SprtK building.aaPp
by Walker amassed six points IPhSim Kap
by taking second in both the 40 Coach Sauer's yearling squad has Phi Beta Delta
and 100 yard events. Walaitis been particularly impressive this Theta Chi
added three points to Michi- season in scoring two well-earned ! Basketball.
,n's total with places in the iti o h r 8:20-Chicago vs.. Minnesota.
Sya it ac v over the Varsity Reserves 8:20-Illinois vs. Michigan.
n yard sprint and xancy d1v-Iand the experience gained in these RELAYS.
j ing'~~ two meets should be wvorth a great ' EAS
Bd e t ondeal in open competition.hThe en- At seven-thirty tonight four fra-
Besides being the only contestant tire squad with the exception of ternity relay teams will be on their
outside of Michigan and North 1 Cortes, Hawkins, and Sigward, who marks ready to fight it out for the
western to win an event, Lobdell of are injured and unable to compete year's championship in this event.
Iowa will bthe only champion red ir the tourna- Starting in tonight's race will be
back to cdfend i :- i' cv, inext ya.:trd" h a~
Heck scded Wil Cmnbet r Phi Kappa Psi with their quartet
He succeeded Wally Colbth as div- Any student wishing to enter the .composed of Hodgson, Cox, Morley
ing champ. All the rest of this tournament may do so by commu- and Boettler. This team turned in
y ' t i u icating' his intention to the official the best time in the preliminaries,
Nappa of Minnesota sprang a sur in charge atthe Intramural build- negotiating the half mile in 1:39
prise when he took second in the it h- 2-5. Phi Sigma Kappa has a quar-
diving. .Isng.All entriesdmust weig n tet of fast runners in Lamb, Bell,
sichigmn's diversywereeanlit- Humber and Cooper. Phi Beta Delta
C hichhigan's divers were a lit- . rwill take the lark with Benjamin,
tle off form in the finals, plac- Coach Fisher Vouches Blumenfeld, eydberg and Kron-
ing third and fourth. In the + feld. The fourth' team1 that is
preliminaries they "placed sec- or Courtesy of Fans mekd. The fourthe teth is
ing hir an forth Inthemaking a bid fore the title is Theta
Ao and third after Lobdell In reply to a question as regards Chi.
Although qualifying two men an article which appeared in yes- HANDBALL.
fwr the finals, neither of North- terday's Detroit Free Press con- Drawings have been made for
westerns divers were able to ernin the developient of a code both independent and interclass
place. .This was the only event for baseball courtesy and sports- handball. Eight independent teams
which the Purple did not manship, Coach Ray' Fisher of the and eleven class teams have enter-
score. Michigan Varsity declared that it ed. The independent pairings are:
Five Michigan entries just missed hardly pertained to the game as Comets (Axinn) vs. Wiseguys
out from qualifying among the first played in the Western Conference. I (Greenbaum), Olympics (Stein-
Ifour in the preliminaries. Bob Ladd In the eastern part of the coun- berg) vs. Saints (Grawcock), Ac-
swam the best race of his career in try considerable trouble is experi- tuaries (Friedman) vs. Buckeyes
the 440 yard trials, but was touched enced with both fans and players (Carpenter), W. D. B's (Hems) vs.
out by McCulley of Iowa. Hosmer in regard' to courtesy and sports- I puckers (Redniss). With the ex-
lost by the touch to Nickerson of manship at the games; but this ception of the Comet vs. Wiseguy
Purdue for second place in his 40- does not extend to the middle match, the games will be played
yard heat. Valentine's time in the western part of the country. I is ' Wednesday night at 8:30. Class
back stroke was a spilt second too Coach Fisher's belief that baseballIhandball brings together the Frosh
slow to gain him a place in the fin- in the Big Ten is about'as free as it I Lit-Senior Law, Soph 'Lits Frosh
al'. Grimshaw took seventh in the ever will be ,from the natural boo- Eng. "A" Junior Dents-Frosh Eng.
diving preliminaries just outside ing that is bound to occur in every "B," Junior Lits-Senior Lits, Senior
the select six. '#game. Dents-Junior Eng.
meet. 118, 138, and unlimnited divisions
The Michigan captain took the Illinois regained the' Big Ten tean
measure of Callahan of Wisconsin championship this year after beinj
in his first match in the 128 pound pushed from the throne' by Michi
class with a time advantage of gan last year, but the wel-balance
6:50, while Ward qf Purdue gave Wolverines overshadowed thei i:
him even less competition in the the individual events.
semi-finals, losing with an advan- Six or seven Wolverines will rep
tage of 8:10. La Favour of Illinois resent Michigan in te Nationa
had gone through the other I meet scheduled for March 28 wit:
bracket with ease, but in the final all of the men who won Conferenc
match the Illini lightweight' proved titles slated to enter and probabl
no match for the wearer of the three of the other grapplers wh
Maize and Blue. have made°a good showing both a
Kelly Gains Fall. the Big Ten meet and during th
Otto Kelly took a fall from Gray schedule..
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