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SWIMMERS

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WLVERINES ARE
FAVOREDTO WIN
Badgers, After Fair Showing at
Conference Meet, Will Try
to Stop Michigan.
LAST CONFERENCE MEET
After having its title hopes blast-
ed in the Conference meet at
Northwestern, Coach Matt Mann's
Varsity swimming team will play
host to the Badger natators in the
final dual meet on the Big Ten
schedule at 7:30 o'clock tonight at
the Intramural pool. The Wiscon-
sin team is rated fairly high in the
Conference and should give the
Wolverines a good fight, although
the Maize and Blue holds the edge.
Tonight's meet will mark the
final appearance in the Conference
meet of five veteran swimmers in
the Michigan team. These men
are Captain Ault, Walker, Walaitis,
Goldsmith, and McCafree. ,
Meyer is Breast Stroke Star.
Outstanding for the Badgers is
Meyer, a fast breast stroke man,
who will be entered against Gold-
smith and Miller of Michigan.
Meyer placed fourth in the all-
Confeence meet last week. Thom-
sen of Wisconsin is also considered
a threat in the back stroke event.
Coach Mann will rely on Valen-
tine and Boldt to bear the burden
for Michigan in this race'
in the relay eventrthe Wolverine
quartet is almost certain of carry-
ing off first honors with Walker,
Walaitis, Siith, and Hosmer, the
four members of the world's chain-p
pionshipi 160 yard relay, schedul-
ed to swim against the Wisconsin
team. The Badgers are strong in
the medley relay and should press
the Michigan trio composed of
Valentine, Goldsmith, and Walker.
Sprints to Feature Meet.
The closest contests will probab-
ly be seen in the 50 and 100 yard
sprints. Both teams have several
fast men available to swim in these
events. Walker and Hosmer will
swim the 50 yard free style with
Smith and Walaitis entered in the
100 yard event. Captain Lang of
the Badgers is outstanding in the
sprints with Davis and Chizek al-
so turning in some fast times for
both the 50 and the century dis- ;
tances.
Captain Ault and Ladd will swim'
the 440 for ' Michigan and Raike
and Grimshaw will perform on the.
diving board.

WILL GO AGAIN!
BADGER TONIG

Bob Goldsmith,
L Veteran Wolverine breast str
star who will be entered in
last Conference meet under*
I Maize and Blue when he g
I against the Badgers tonight at
Intramural building. A let
swimmer from last year Goldsm
set a new Intramural pool rec
this year, and has been a decic
factor in helping toward the s
cessful season which Michigan l
enjoyed in winning three and l
ing no meets in Big Ten circles
Against the Badgers toni
Coach Mann hopes that he will
able to add points toward letti
Michigan's last 1930 dual meetc
ponent down with a defeat, a
thus staying in a tie with Illin
for the Conference title.
KOJAC, RUTGERS
HIGHLY HC
George Kojac, Rutgers Univers
t dr On l li-i xrri n imw

T R KIPKE PLANS TO M
IT, DRILL OUTDOORS'
LIGHTWORKOU S Springfootball practice will be TTLES SETTL
T'gin out of doors on March 31 ac-TIL SS T I
Trackm enWill Leave for Itha cording to Coach Har Ki . Wrestlers Decide Championships
This Afternoon for nn a I I that date a call will be made for: i ard e Cuhtapchs t
is Afternoon for Annual all candidates on the campus who" 2n Hard Fought Matches at
Meet With Cornell. will be eligible for football compe- Intramural Building.
tition next fall as well as those
Coach Steve Farrell's Vamity players who havo been working out Wrestling champions were de-1
track squad contented themselvess in the Intramural gymnasium for cided in all classes at the Intramur-
yesterday with a light work out in the past month. al Sports building yesterday after-I
* preparation for the meet with thle! Coach Kipke's search for centers no yasre fcoeycnet
Big Red team at Ithaca Saturday. and passers of ability has not ed mahes of wcholy nthee
The five man outfit that is sched- been in vain during the period of ee dcded by ch only three
uled to go to Cleveland for oem- indoor drills and at present he has Dunstan and Larson qualified for
!petition on the same evening also several men who have displayec{ the finals in the 125 lb. class by
had a light session, considerable promise in these ca- triumphing over Dalrymple and
The highlight of the afternoon ! pacities. However, additional ma- kerrish respectively.
came when an 880 relay squad was terial is expected to report with Stalker by defeating Bishop and
picked for a practice race. The the beginning of the outdoor ses- Shankland by downing Wilson sur-
winning quartet made up of Mos-I sions which should further height- ;vived for the title bout in the 145
oke ser, Dalton and Dale Seymour and en the hopes of next year's pros" .b. class.
his Murray, running in that order, ipects. Digley showed excellent form in
the turned in the good time of 1:34 for Two meetings of the school fo .he 115 lb. class final and won rath-
;oes the half mile, and easily conquer- quarterbacks have been held so far r handily over Malowitz, showing
the ed the four man opposition of and one or two more are scheduled a time advantage of 6:10.
tte'r Chase, McLaughlin, Crawford and before next month. Each after_ Although both Larson and Dun-
iith Fuestel. Considerable time was noon during the past few weeks stan were rather tired from their
ord spent in the work out on practice the candidates have been drilled efforts in the semi-finals they put
ded in handling the baton in the relay on a few of the Michigan plays un- on a hard fought match in the final1
uc- transfers. til the squad is now fairly well match Larson taking the decision!
has Coach Farrell and 18 of the Var- acquainted with them with a time advantage of 3:42. 1
los- sity runners will leave Ann Arboy _ _Anderson defeated Brown in the
s. this afternoon, spending the night fis final in the 135 lb. class, by pinningl
ght in Buffalo and proceeding to Itha- Ihmtotf t hen:.ut row-
be ca on Saturday to meet Jack Moak- .ous to the close of the bout Brown
ing ley's Cornell squad in the Drill Hall lead been hurled to the mat with
op- at Ithaca that evening. Michigan ;reat force lighting flat on his back.
nd has seven straight wins to her, Hewas(CtieddbythePfallgand And-
ois credit, Cornell's last victory being McLEtued .- Pe -. __i1
-n1922- --- --- Although Michigan's swimmers. SWIMMERS MUST DE
tied the recognized world's record r E PD A L
SWIMMING STAR, for a 500 yard relay event whileTo KEEP dE ADL
)NORED IN SELECTION on their way to breaking the mile' With one Conferen ce dual meet
eay record on Thursday night, it yet to be decided, Michigan and 12
ity ) nacI is doubtful if that feat will ever Iliossimr aedalce
iy1 is named as the outstanding diver. I getdab iace on the books. A uiin
tetofYal sim ers w fov r thenoig Twmes ladi tat rced-

WORK ; PLEASES

COACH

finals of the boxing show held Wed-
nesday, the most salient feature is
the fact that pre-season dope was
correct in forecasting this year's
show as the best in the eight years
that the all, campus tournament
has been held as one of the im-
portant events on the Michigan
sports calendar. Coach Philbin's
boys showed Wednesday night a
brand of glove slinging that would
do credit to the best amateur shows
in the country. Philbin has turn-
. s ..v ed out this year the best squad of
I fighters that has even been seen
Bob Walker, I on this campus and he expressed
Who enjoys the distinction of his satisfaction of the outcome of
being the fastest sprinter on the -every bout Wednesday.
Michigan swimming squad. Walker Saturday night at eight o'clock
at. one time held the 40 yard Con- the winners will meet to decide the
ference record but Schwartz, the championships in eight weight di-
Northwestern speed ace, turned in visions and at that time the 'troph-
faster time. Walker, a veteran from 'ies wil be awarded to the champions
last year, is swimming his last race and the runners-up. Also the man-
for Michigan tonight against Wis- ager of the boxing squad will re-
consin when the Badgers try to ceive a statuet as will Milo Philbin,
stop the Wolves' march to the boxing coach of Toledo University,
championship. who will be the guest referee.
- ----~~~-- ------Seating Arrangement Made.
r -,.. Seating arrangements have been

9NSIN TONIGHT
SPRINT STAR TO
SWIM LAST MEET LJUA
*1 TOMORROW NIGH T
Arrangements to Seat 3,000 to
be Made for Finals of All.
Campus Tournament.

.FEAT BADGERS
OCK WIT H ILLINOIS
at the expense of Chicago, Purdue,
Indiaia, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.

aa an u impic swUimcamio nA Detroit boy, Grandy is one of the
has been awarded three berths on
the annual all-eastern swim team
as selected by the coaches of the the high and low boards in ama-
Eastern Intercollegiate swimming teur diving circles. Back stroke
association. selection goes to Wahl of Syracuse.
The Rutgers captain, who set a The Orange star stood out as a
scoring record this season by amas- performer of brilliance on a team
sing 90 points in addition to cre-
ating new intercollegiate marks in which was unable to show much of
the 50 and century free style num- anything in the way of team
bers, gets the first call in these strength.
events and the relay as well. Moles, Princeton's great breast
Ray Ruddy, Columbia's great stroker, is rated along with Kojac
sophomore distance star draws the as the leading Eastern claimants
assignment in the 440 yard free to national honors. 't'owering over
style number. The son of the great the remainder of the breast stroke
Jim Ruddy, whose name is famous talent in the east Moles wins his'
in the swimming annals of the place with much to spare-
world, was undefeated in his first In the free style relay Howland,
year of Varsity competition. 1 of Yale, Messimer of Yale, Turner
Walter Grandy of Pennsylvania of Princeton, and Kojac win places.

tet of Yale swimmers shattered the
500 yard standard on March 8 spect, neithei team having met
when they swam the distance defeat. The Wolverines must win
4:32 loemng in from Wisconsin tonight in order to
2.4, lowering the present mark1 maintain their tie with the Illini.
of 4:35.8 also held by Yale.mI
Michigan's first five men equal- However, the record of the Michi-
led the time of 4:35.8, Walker, Wal- gan tankmen includes a victory
aitis, Smith, Schmieler, and Ault over Northwestern, while Illinois
turning the trick. The Yale relay did not meet the Wildcatsw m
which created the new record was The Northwestern swimmers
composed of Captain Howland, showed their strength by winning
Lincoln, Butler, Messimer, 'and the Conference championship last
Brines: The occasion was the Con- week with 45 points to 31 for Mich-
necticutt A. A. U. championships igan, but the Maize and Blue con-I
held at the Carnegie pool in New quered them in a dual meet, 40-35.I
Haven. This is the only defeat suffered by
While setting up the new mile the Wildcats, as they won from
relay mark of 16:42.6 the Michigan! Wisconsin, Minnesota and Indiana
natators also tied the existing rec- by large scores.
ord for the 600 yard distance. This Michigan's victims include In-
latter mark is held by Yale. Fel diana and Minnesota in addition
(Continued on Page 7) to Northwestern. The Illinois na-

The Badgers gave them a great
battle, finally losing 38-37 when!
the Indians took first and second'
in the fancy diving and won thef
medley relay. The Illini in com-'
piling their perfect record, how-
ever, did not meet either Michigan
or Northwestern, the teams which,
placed first and second in the Big
Ten meet. The Illini took fourth
at Evanston with 11 points, one!
point behind Minnesota.
I Standings of the teams:

planned for more than 3,000 spec-
tators in the large gymnasium of
the Intramural Building. 'Tickets
have been on sale all week but the
box office will open at the Intra-
mural Building at 7:30 Saturday
evening. Guests of the University
and the coaching staff will occupy
ring side seats, but all genier aa--
mission seats will have an unob-
'structed view of the canvas square.
One of ,the bright spots of the
card will be the battle between Otto
and Starwas in the middleweight
class as both of these boys won
their first bouts by knockouts in
the first round and when they meet
to decide the championship all of
the thrill of the professional ring
will be - present.
Bantam Fight Promising.
Jack Yuen and Sam Azen will
meet in the bantam division to dis-
play a combination of footwork and
science that is far above the aver-
age. Another feature on the card
will be in the heavyweight class
when Jack Slater and Bill Hewitt
open up what promises to be the
best slugging match of the evening.

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