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February 25, 1932 - Image 6

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Champions Set Record
Winning 200-Yard Relay
With Mark of 1:49.1
ence of Miller. Star in Back 1

4Iverine. Hockey


WillIeet ChicagoS aturday

Crack srt Star


Reiwick and Wolfe Expect to Be
inFirst Class Condition
After Sickness.

Runs on Relay


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Pcrformance Agafirst VirgInians
Last Week Pleases Coach.




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Stroke, Brings Defeat to
Last Year's Winner.


Lambda Chi Alpha nosed out the
defending champions, Theta Chi,
yesterday afternoon by two points
to take the fraternity swimming
championship this year with a 22-
point tot al. The former titleholders
followed with 20, while Alpha Kap-
pa Lambda and Delta Kappa Epsi-
lon tied for third place honors with
13 points apiece.
The new champions took the first
event, the 200-yard relay, setting up
a new Intramural record in that
race. The Snyder brothers,. Schau-
bel and Nichol swam the distance
in 1:49.1 to start things off their
way. R. A. Snyder added a first
place in the 50-yard back 'stroke
event, swimming the race in 36.1
seconds, while Schaubel contributed
another first by taking the 220-yard
free style race in 2:52.3. r
Lambda Chi's other points were
mWade by R. I Snyder, fourth in the
back stroke event, and third in the
50-yard free style; and Schaubel
won fourth place in the diving
Theta Chi's points were 1osted
by °vinning the 150-yard medley
race, Miller, Hartwell, and Williams
crossing the finish with the time of
1:37.8. Hartwell also won the 50-
yard breast stroke number n 37 sec-
onds tieing with Gould of Sigma
Chi; and Townsend led the field
in the 100-yard free style with a
time of one minute and four sec-
onds. Some more points were made
by Hartwell taking second in the
Stokely of Phi Gamma Delta won
the 50-yard free style event with 26
seconds racing time, while Nntzof
Tau Delta Phi won the diving event
with points total of 51.4. This latter
mark fell way short of the existing
record of 81.6.
The feature of the meet outside
of the new record set up in the
220-yard relay, was the narrow
margin b which Theta dhi failed
to hold their title. The4 number
one man in th back stroke eve't.
Miller, arrived after that race had
been held and won with the time
of 36.1 seconds. He entered the pool
and swam that event by himself,
clocking 32 seconds, but his time
could not be taken as official. The
points would have taken the meet.
200-yd. relay: Won by Lambda
Chi Alpha (Snyder, Schaubel, Nich-
61, R. I. Snyder); 2-Delta Kappa
Epsilon; 3-Alpha Kappa Lambda;
4-Theta Xi Time: 1:49.1 (New In-
tromural Record).
50-yd. breast stroke: Won by
Hartwell ('Theta Chi) and Gould
(Sigma Chi); 3-Shorr (Pi Lamb-
da Phi); 4-Ha mmond (Delta Kap-
pa Epsilon). Tie for first. Time 0:37.
50-yd. backstroke: Won by R. A.
Snyder (Lambda Chi Alpha); 2-
dfCummings (Delta Kappa Epsilon);
3-Griggsby (Delta Kappa Epsi-
lon); 41-R.I. Snyder (Lambda Chi
Alpha). Time, 0:36.1.
50-yd. freestyle: Won 'by Stokely
(Phi Gamma Delta); 2-Hess (Al-
pha Kappa Lambda) ; 3-Snyder
(Lambda Chi Alpha); 4-Saur-
bourn (Thea Xi). Time, 0:26.
220-yd. frestyle: Won by
Schaubel (Lambda Chi Alpha) ; 2-
Hartwell (Theta Chi); 3-Brum-
baugh (Alpha Kappa Lambda); 4-
Thorpe (Sigma Chi). Time, 2:52.3.
(Continuiod on Page 7)

Mic.gan's Maize and :'lue thin-
clads, vwhich bid fair to take high
honors in the Western Conference'
#this year, will make -their 1932 de-
but this Saturday in the new Mid-
vay field house against the Univer-
' ii sity of Chicago.
The dual affair with the Maroons
will give Coach Hoyt a further op-
portunity to find out more about
" ... 'his material which now looks to
rank as good as Michigan's best.
The newly adopted Big Ten ruling
which limits the size of the team to
r,, Y t.15 men is giving Hoyt some diffi-
culty in selecting the personnel for,
Jac. Campbeh, sprint star, wlo the initial encounter.
will compete in the dashes this Michigan appears to have the
S arlay when Coach Hoyt's track edge over the Midway aggregation,
tAman meets the University of Chi- but the Wolverine mentor an-
cago in the opening Big Ten indoor nounced that he would not work his
meet of the season for the Wolver- men beyond their strength even
i'nes. though this should spell defeat.
However, Michigan's material is
enough so that victory should be
Daniels Trailing forthcoming in any case.
Wolfe, miler; and Renwick, sprint-
for Scoring Lead er, are the only two members of the
Wolverines who are suffering from
Johnny Wooden, Purdue Star, the present epidemic of colds and
flu. However, these men are rapid-
Has Nine-Point Lead. ly getting back into the peak of
condition and by the time of the
Even though Michigan's chances meet will be raring to go. The exact
to capture any part of the title in makeup of the contingent to make
the Western Conference basketball the-Chicago journey will be deter-
race this season have gon glimmer- mined today.
ing, interest of Wolverine fans is In Chicago's biggest test of the
still centered on the great fight year, the annual quadrangular meet
that Norm Daniels, captain and with Ohio State, Wisconsin, and
forward, is making for the scoring Northwestern, the Maroons finished
...:leadership of the third trailing the Buckeyes and
Big Ten. At pre- Badgers. In another engagement
sent the Maize with Loyola of Chicago the Midway ,
and Blue leader thinclads scored an 83'to 12 tri-
is trailingJohnny 'umph.
Wooden of PR- The Maroons have a good sprint-
due, but the mar- er in John Brooks, colored star, who
gin between them has been turning in some great per-1
is only 8 points. formarnces so far this season. +n
T h e Borii- i addition to his sprinting Brooks has;
maker star has displayed marked ability as a hurl-
d r o p p e d 93 1cr and broad jumper. Black, who
f ~points through looked good' a' year ago, has also
#DAIELS the h o o p to been keeping up the old pace in
establish him- topping the timbers but has not
self in first place 'among the been able to outdo Brooks' as yet.
point getters of the Conference, Jontry in the quarter mile,:Birney
but the rush that Daniels has in the pole vault, and Robertson in
put on against Michiogan's ast the high jump have looked good for
few opponents has ra-,d his the Maroons in meets so far this
total to 85 markers. Th 13 year. Although their performances
points he sunk against North- have not been especially outstand-
western last Monday night kept ing.
him right in the running with - -----
Woode n, who dr -pp d in r
points against llndiatna. N T £E

Foilsinen Will Meet Turnverein
To Pl 'UWith a highly creditable per-
_dy;__t_ Us formance just on their heels the
Seven Men. Wolverine grapplers will tackleI
Ohio State this Saturday night on
IMichigan's swordsmen will jour- hmasoteBuky.
ney to Detroit today for a tencingts-
meet with the German Turnverein Against West Virginia's Mount-
ineers Coach Cliff Keen's men per-
of that city. Seven men will com- formed in a manner that was high-
prise Coach Johnstone's team for ly pleasing to the Michigan mento ".
the Detroit match, and ,the meetE Only two of the eight bouts went to
crf PvG will therefore be decided on a basis the Easterners and these were by
decisions that carried time advant-
Ben Glading runs the 88 cn of seventeen bouts, every contest- ages of slight margin. This 22 to
Coach Chuck Hoyt's two mile relay ant with each of the three weapons 6 drubbing of the Mountaineers was
team which took first place in the meeting all the opponents in his di- the second that they have exper-
Ieet with West Virginia last Satur- vision. ienced at the hands of the Wolver-
day night.- For the saber matches of the day, ines in the last two years.
d_- the mentor plans to enter Captain Neiicomers Display Frm.
Minnesota to Be Here De Stefano and Little. Lovell, l'Two Maize and Blue grapplers
Meyer, and Reamer will represent : making theit debut in this en-
Saturday in r.1MrmnR Z the University in the foils, and counter and both turned in credit-
- Winig and Nal'gang will fight with able showings. Jim' Landrum,
A little jaunt up to the Michigan the epee. While not much is known wrestling at 118 pounds, climaxed
State campus Tuesday night proved concerning the strength of the his first appearance with a victory
but a warming up exercise foi; the Turnverein aggregation, they fell over Paller; and Joe Oakley made
Wolverine swimming team as it before the onslaught of Michigan a\remarkable showing against the
prepares for the only Conference State's squad, which in turn was West Virginia captain, 'i etcher,
dual meet of the season here next downed by the Maize and Blue and 126-pound star even though he
Saturday night in competition with Swordsmen. x did fall victim to the Wider exper-
the Minnesota G o p h e r s. The The fencing team faces a busy ience and skill of the Motntaineeo'
Wolves took over the State swim- week-end. On Friday the squad loader by a time advantage of a lit-
mers 67-17, winning every first will leave for Chicago, where a tle over two ,minutes.
place and every second but one. quadrangular meet is scheduled. On Both Landrum nd Oakley have
Three pool marks were shattered that trip, the swordsmen will meet plenty of stamina aind have shown
by the Michigan champions with Chicago, Illinois, and Northwestern, great ability to lea'rn and Vith a
Drysdale seting a new mark of and the results will apply on the little more expqerience and tutelage
1:46.5 for the back stroke, and conference race this season. Fon should develop into a cone of
Schmeiler a mark of 2:18.7 for the this meet, the Wolverines will use Michigan's mat great.
220 free style. The 270-yard .med- but three men. They will probably Ai t Mosier drew the tought as-
ley relay team composed of Drys- be Lovell, De Stefano, and Winig. signmnent of the Maize and Blue
dale, Lemak and Kamienski lower- ~ - .-
ed the State mark to 2,51.9.
Minnesota will bring here Satur- Going To The Refrigerator And Opening
day one of the strongest swimming A ottle


.Illness Shrinks Squad.
With the Buckeye meet right at
hand the Wolverine mentor has
been working his men to thelihit
although he has been handicapped
in his sessions this week by a tem-
porary shrinkage in the size of his
squad, due to colds.
The' encounter at C o l u m b us
should prove another win for the
Maize and Blue after the decisive
victory gained over West 'Virginia,
as the Mountaineers previously
took the measure of the Ohio State
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FgtippIers, having t o meet the
Mountaine.r's ottstandling s t a r
Schwartzwalder, at 155 pounds. The
Wolverine sophomore flash turned
in a good account of himself hold-
ing the Easterner to a time advant-
age of a minute and a half.




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Room. A la carte service in the
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teams that has ever represented!
that institution. Although it prov-
ed no match for Northwestern, the
Gopher team is far superior to that
of last season. Coach Niels Thorpa
bf the Minnesota team boasts a
brilliait back stroke star in Harry
Paavola. Fritz Kruger, breast stroke,
and Wall/Lang, distance man, are
also said to be ertain of places in
theIr events.
The majority of the Gopher
squad is made up of sophomore
material which should prove un-
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sensational because thi is his first
year at a forward brh and the
position vas entirely new to him
at the start of the current cage
campaign. Leaving hi;, foxcr ' ts
as. pivot ean on theroffense cn
he relinquished his tip-off job to Ed
Gaffer, the veteran Wolverine
cager has displayed a great eye
from the floor and from the foul
stripe to far outclass any other
scorer that Michigan has shown
this year.
In late games, aitd wh
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