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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Swimming Call Ex-Wolverine Ace
To Find Four
StarsMissing
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took four out of six places in the
Big Ten championships and eight out.
of eleven in the National collegiate
meet. This year may find one of -:.
them displaced by Bob Cheetham,
Detroit sophomore, and Adie Fersten-
feld, a reserve last year.
The breast-stroke events this year *n.
will be well taken care of again, with
three letter-winners returning. Jack
Kasley is National and Big Ten
champion and record-holder, and is
well supported by Bill Crittenden and 11s
Edl suprtebyBdndnndWe have worked hard this Summer to stock our shelves with a huge Fall supply of good USED B
Fred Cody pressed Taylor Drysdale
in every back-stroke race last sea- (our specialty) at lowest possible prices. These books were purchased from all parts of the l
son, taking second in the Conference
meet and third in the National Col- States. Also NEW BOOKS for those who prefer them. A most complete stock of TEXTBOO
legiates. Assisting him next winter
will be sophomore Harry Reicke. HISTORY, ENGLISH, MATHEMATICS, CHEMISTRY, PHYSICS, FRENCH, GERMAN, SPA
The entire National Championship
free-style relay team of last year is ITALIAN, SOCIOLOGY, PSYCHOLOGY, EDUCATION, ECONOMICS, etc.
gone, but five letter-winning free-
style performers are returning to the
fold. TAYLOR DRYSDALE
Frank Barnard placed high in both
the Big Ten and National meets last relay quartet this winter, with im -
winter, and should be a winner in the provement expected from every one.
distance events this year, with rec- They are Paul Keeler, Bob Mowerson,
ords due to fall. Dick Blake, and Ed Drew. Sid Po- COME IN AND GET YOU
Four sprinters who did some good latin or Mark McCarthy may break Everything for the t d
work last year will form a veteran into the squad of regulars.Eyg oed
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