18, 1930 THE MICHIGAN ~AL
71 MIL Y
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Dilwermakers Defeat 1 HOPES OF SWIMMING TEAM R AISED
)Ihio in _Close Contest' BY ELIGIBILITY OF FOULR NATATOI.
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9-22 defeat by Wisconsin S8atur- (Continued From Page 6) edteS.,lieab
y' night and may be counted out whose work in the school of music e h t.Cartab
the race altiough the Wildcats: has kept him from active competi- scoreC.
blok te pthsoftion, will try out in the distance The Yacht club squad oppos
nd. .readiy to bokteptso swims. lHe showed much promise 4 the Wolverines in the final mat
eir opponents in a very material on the freshman team three yer n defeated them for the seco
ry. The Purple machine has dis- ago, so he may prove valuable in straiglht year, 7-3. :Hughes, Wa]<
yed-plenty of power this-.year in the 220 and 440 yard events. Cap- tis, aj1 d-Thompson scored Micl
r gmesto date and is ready tain Ault, Ladd, and McCaffree are gan's three g~oals. 'Dick Spinc
.gaesIthe other distance men. former Michigan captain, start
lie vertherol of ian kiler After the conclusion of examina- for the Yacht club, while °Hubb
w her title chances are virtually tions, Coach Mann took his nata-j and Watson, also ex-Wolverin
Llled. l tors to Grand Rapids last Thursday ' aided the Yacht club to victory.
Minnuesota, Ohio State, and Chi- for an exhibition meet with the .lo- This week two - meets, are ont
;o may be counted out of the cal "Y" team. The Wolverines had tank team .card. TIhe Maize a
.e, having failed to show any- little trouble in chalking up a 54-21L Blue squad Will journey to Ef
ng like first division class in a 1victory. On Saturday the Michi- Lin tomorrow to engage Mic
isstent manner, although Ohio gan water polo team played in the igan State in a dual meet. Mm:r
"tainly for~edl the Boilermakers annual tourney for the Mark Han- sota will come to Ann Arbor
the way in their last start to na trophy at the Detroit Yachti Saturday for the first home c
:prise the followers of the Big club. In the preliminaries the f erence meet; of the Big Ten se
n~e court fortunes. Maize and Blue aggregation down-' son.
Records Threatened -inWOLVERINE NMATMENTSOWPOWE R
Wilde t~a - Badger Meet IN VICT'IORY OVER BOILERMVAKERG,
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- iter stiff opposition from Davis, and
74Lang, two Wisconsin stars.
Schwartz will swim in the. 40 and
>sed 100 yard swims in which events he
,tch; holds the national collegiate . rec-
lai- Dick linch, the Purple's back-
uhi-. stroke ace, holder of both ,the -]Eig
,1e, 'Ten and national Intercollegivte
red records, has been improving his
bell time for the 150 yard back stroke
ics, and plans to go out after a new
mark inu the Wisconsin meet.
Past BASEBALL TRYOUTS
Ech ; All sophomores interested in
ine-# trying out for baseball .man-
on ager please report at the field
:on- house any afternoon this week.
sea- Jack -Steketee.
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r t~r prin* th *u Boier - Year.
maker under Kelly again pint ,hisi Ray Parker at 168 pounds, Gic uof
opponents' shoulders to the mat, tebmstroeCstle rs e ign
thus gaining two falls.tem roeCuyrpfr3 m-
i~v~t:~c.1hn'* ~ ~minutes and 23 seconds but was
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division, also took two falls from
Chubb to account for the third
)Michigan five point win. The-oth-
rer matches were won by a Maize
and Blue man with time decisions.
Texeria at 118 pounds won from
Ward by a 3 minute advantage,
while Woodard in the 138 took over
Fawcett. Benz and Captain Rob-
inson in the 148 pound class fur-
nished the feature entertainment
of the evening with the' Wolverine
taking the hard fought match with
anl advantage of 1 :37. Robinson
wrestled to a draw with °Kelly last
unable to pin him, as did Al Stein-
ke in the 17 division, who w1on his
match with Stewart,- by an advan-
tage of 5 minutes.
This overwhelming win fromtb
Boilermakers makes Coach Keen':
squad one of the outstanding f a-
vorites to repeat as Western Lori-
ference champions, but a powerful
Hoosier team stands in the way of
dear sailing to the title. The In-
diana squad has .a fine record this
year and are counted one of the
best teams in the country.
:00-Delta. ChLi "A"l vs. Sigma
Phi Beta "A" vs. Bet"
Kappa Psi "A."
7 :40--Lambda Chi Alplia "A" :vs.
Alpha Phi Delta "A."
Hermitage "A" vs. Alpha
Sigma Delta 'Kappa "A."'vs. Phi
Mu Alpha "A."
8:20-Sigma Alpha Mu "A" vs.
Kappa Nu "A."
Alpha Kappa Kaja "All
vs. Phi. Lambda. Kappa
O~mega Psi Phi "A" vs.
Delta Tau Delta ".
Psi Omega "A"l vs. Phi Up-
silon Pi "A."
9:00-Kappa Sigma "A" vs. Sig-
ma Phi "A."
Phi Sigma Kappa ".A" vs.
Sigma Phi "A."
Phi Sigma Kappa "Al' vs.
Sigma Nu " A."
Phi Delta Theta "A" vs. Al-
pha. Tau Omega "A."
9:40--Oakland Rats vs. Rockets.
Yazoos vs. Racketeers.
Beta Theta P~hi "A" vs. Al-
pha Phi Delta "A."
Delta Upsilon "A" vs. The-
"ta Delta Chi "A."
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