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1930

THE'.MfCNTGA-N"A-1L Y

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DEFEATS GOPHERS

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VARSITY CAPT
52-23 .DE1C-1I
Coach Mann's Men H
nesota to Single First
in One-Sided Vict

WOLVES

WIN

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Relegating Minnesota to
first place Coach Matt
crack Wolverine natators
through to an impressive
over the Gopher tankers
afternoon in the Intram
The Minneapolis swimn
ed as one of the five best
the Conference, failed to
well-rounded Mann coact
and were never out in fro:
Walaitis, again captured]
honors for the afternoo
first place in his favor
diving, a second placei
yard free style, and asa
of the winning free st
team.,
Record is Smashe
The Blue clad paddlers
an early lead by winnin
yard free style relay in 1
time established a new p
and fell within one-fifth
ond of shaving the natio
collegiate record for th
The winning Varsity t
composed of Smith, Walk
tis, and Hosmer.
Goldsmith, veteran I
star, turned in an impre
formance in the 200 ya
stroke, winning as he rP
2:41.2. Bob Millerssophon
sity swimmer, competing
first meet, touched Kerr
sota out for second place
Walker Leads Spri
50 yard free style sprii
went to Bob Walker of
who led -his teammate, W
the finish in :24.2.
Gopher sprint ace, took t
ors. In the quarter mile
event Captain Ault, swin
his first Conference meet
for the Wolverines, won h
5:07.3. Quail of Minne
McCaffree of Michigan to
and third places.
Minnesota's only win ca
150 yard back stroke eve
the speedy Marsh beat o
tine of Michigan i'n the:
of 1:434, -ayden, anothe
beat Boldt, second Michig
mer, for the third place.
Smith Wins Fast Ra
Smith, Varsity football
tlie winner in the hard fo
yard free style duel. Tou
Niemi of Minnesota th
Wolverine came from b
win in :55. Waidelich of N
was a surprise winnerc
11o0sner of Michigan for th
honors. Hosmer was th
ih this event but was u
match the fast pace of, th
and fell behind in the cloy
for ,the wall.
Walaltis was an easyv
the diving event overhist
Railke and Ostrander of M~
Grimsha*, 'A Wolverine v+

Chicago Trackmen Win
Indoor Meet, 49!/-45/2
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Potter and Wood of the Wolverines
1 in a close finish. His time of :08.5
1 seconds was within 1-10 second of
old Min-I Don Cooper's field house record.!
SPlace Hayden captured a second in the
ow hurdlesto hake second highj
ory. point honors for the evening withI
eight points.,
N POLO Although Fitzgibbons, Wolverine
sophomore, led for most of the dis-
o a single tance, Kelly of the Maroons un-
Mann's corked a fast sprint in the last two
'splashed laps which carried him to an easy
52-21 win victory. gtzgibbbns beat Harlocker
yesterday of Chicago for second, likewise by
yray a wide margin.f
oral 13ooL-j'Failing in an attempt to beat his
mers, rat- own field house mark, Cawford
teams in Felker, veteran high jumper, won
press the his specialty at a height of 5 feet,
;hed teamj 10 1-4 inches. Cassle from the
nt; Franki Midway team placed second. Bill]
high point Dougall cleared the bar at 11 feet,
n, with a 6 inches to take first in the pole
ite event, vault, giving Michigan 5 points.;
in the 50 Cowley of Chicago and Shetter of,
a member Michigan tied for. second place.
yle relay
SUMMARIESj
got off to 65 yard high hurdles- Won by#
g the 200 Hayden (C); Potter (M), second;
h:36. This Wood (M), third. Time-:08.5
:oo. Thk Mile run--Won by Letts (C);
pol mark Wolfe (M), second; Brainard iC),
of a sec- third. Time-4:27.9.
anal inter-
ns evntr- 440 yard run-Won by Dale Sey-'
s event.mour (M); Schulz (C), second; Col-
eam. was ville (C), third. Time-:52.
er, Walai- 60 yard dash-Wonby East (C);
Wolverine Tolan (M), second; Campbell, (M),
:ssive per third. Time-:06.5.
srd breast Two mile run-Won by Kelly (C);
leased in'Fitzgibbons (I), second;. larlock-
more Var- er (M), third. Time-9:55.6.
g in his 65 yard low hurdles- Won by
of Mine- Root (C); Haydon (C), second; Pot-
honors. ter (M), third. Time-:07.5.
nt. 880 yard run-Won by Letts (C);
nt honors Benson (M), second; McLaughlin
Michigan (M), third. Time-1:59.7.
alaitis to 3-4 mile relay-Won by Michigan
Waidlich, (Campbell, Gladding, Russell, Dale
hird hon- Seymour). Time-2:27.
free style Shot put-Won by Weaver (C);
mming in Brooks (M), second; Poorman (M),
this year third. Distance-46 feet, 7 1-2
handily in inches (New field house record)
sota and Pole vault--Won by Dougall (M);
ok second Shetter (M) and Cowley (C) tied
for second. Height-11 feet, 6. inch-1
me in the es.
ent when High jump-Won by Felker (M);{
ut Valen- Cassle (C), second; Stewart (C) and
fast time Veech (M) tied for third. Height-'
r Gopher,] 5 feet, 10 1-4 inches.

WESTERN SWIMMING STARS WO

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Second Annual Detroit Four stars of the Los Angeles
Boat Show Scheduled jAthletic club relay swimming team
--i training for the national A. A. U.
(Special to T he Daily) ;caposist ehl nMai
{ DETROIT, Feb. 22.-The week of p p to e he ami,,1
Mac 9t pi stedt Fla., March 13 to 16. They are, left
March 29 to April 5 is the date
Which has been set for the holding to right, Jennie cramer, Georgia
of Detroit's second annual Motor Cloman, national 100 foot diving
Boat and Sportsman Show in Con- champion, Josephine McKim, na-
vention Hall. While this date is a tional all-around champion, and
little earlier tlan last year's event, 1l Hatch.
it comes just at a time whenAiveH .
yachtsmen and boat owners are
preparing for the coming .season
and sportsmen, in every line, are L
anxiously waiting. for the first op-
portunity to' indulge in outdoor
recreation.
That Michigan was badly in need
of an annual exhibition in the in-
terests of the boating industry Was
well demonstrated by the success
of last. year's show and'the advance
Interest which has already been
dsplayed is evidence. that the 1930
exposition will far surpass last
years, from both the standpoint of
the exhibitors and also the diversi-
fication of exhibits.
H. H. Shuart, who is again man-
aging the show, has provided a
new arrangement in Convention
Hall which will make possible the
showing of larger cruisers than
were on exhibition last year.
SReX f urnISi

,
,,
.

an swim-
ace-.
star, was
ought 100
ching out1
ie husky
ehind to
Minnesota
over Fell
hird place
e favorite
unable to
he leaders
sing drive
winner in
teammate
dinnesota.
eteran -of

last year and Nappa of Minnesota
went unplaced.E
The Wolverine team of Valen-
tine, Goldsmith, and Walker were
winners in the medley relay in the
fast time of 3:13.4. Marsh edged
out Valentine in the back stoke lap
but Goldsmith swimming the breast
stroke handed Walker a lead which
he increased to .win in easy fash-
ion.
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