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February 29, 1928 - Image 7

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wcpoint shor t (ofj ali hisen-L2UL IAT 3L P.M.U1J ADVERTISING AT aPY3
.Saturclay fli ht.':, ilt, 1,-t;Y t'il l'Hh~- Winners of freshman basketball
ana and i lchiigan wvill no dout l i)v ,~ii werals wvill be announced sometime NOTICE COMPLETELY furnished apartmient
cmuchu to dlo with h iei rn the latter hartIof the1week NOTICE-Good food~ and good service, for three girls; also largo beautiful
orisof1Vc r2clon f r 'one( block fo campus-that's why roomfotw girls, and a garage.
and Oosterbaan. iccordiing to Ray Fisher, oach of the you save. IBarney's Restaurant, 51 Dial 8544 or 9714. 422 East Washa-y

IUndefeated it Itace For D~ual As to the wonderful effects of foot- j)ETRO1,IT, rFeb. 28. - Manager
meet. Title ball, the writer says, "Last l~ecemlber iTgr,
IGogMoiryothDeriHVEk lafter whia the sporting brotherhood'is stressing drill of his pitchers in2
ILLIN1I HAV EASY CARDcalled the most successful football l~e ehtso ili
propr mthos offiediig, a depart-
Northwestern, Illinois, and MliehiI season of all time, Columbia refused ment in which he says they are woe-
to speak to New York university, fully weak.j
gan remained deadlocked in the race Hrvad was still holding aloof from;Mrati icssn h iuto
for Conference swimming dual meet PrietadteNv a nte1 ttecub tann cm)i a
honors as a result of last Saturday's IPictn n h aywsi h~ttecu riigcm)i a
competition. The Wolverines ecumin- c .svrn ilmai ea in toinio yesterday, classified the
with the Army. ;pitchers in three categories-limber,
ated Iowa from the race by their
deciive54-5 vctor ovr te Hwk- "The p~opular b~elief is that sport stiff backed and stiff kneed. The lim-
eys otwsenhne h i teaches selt'-con't'rol, that it teaches! her pitchers, thost that can properly
us oxvtoaccptnotonl vctoy ut "et down" on low throws and snare
coinf tankmnen their third straight defeat with a graceful smile and a
defeat, 55-14, while Illinois sub- sincere- one. If you believe in thei grounders, are much in the minority,
merged Indiana by a 50-19' score. " 1great sports myth," I wish that your lhe said.
andWoleries ~~nmight visit the locker rooms of our One or more hours each day will beC
Th *ilcasaithletic buildings and mingle with given over to fielding practice fora
every first place against their rivals, the champions before and after their pitchers, Moriarty declared, after an
but the Hoosierrs were able to cap- col'etsI unsatisfactory workout yesterday.


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_Murphy, Purdue......41. :2

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yearling squad. The coaches have not
as yet definitely decided how many
of the 22 members of the squad will
' feteive the awvards.- Two more work-
tut1s will concludle the activities of the
yearling for the season.
The coaching staff expressed itself
as well pleased with the improvement
shown by the freshman since the
opening of basketball practice. The
potential Varsity men were not a
proimising group when they first ap-
pi red on the f100or of Waterman gym-
naslum. Since than they have de-
v-eloped into a clever group, of players
o.sessing a valuable season's experi-

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nearly twenty years. 0. D. Morrill
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(Excluding last night's results.)

tore two races in their meet with Il-
linois. Walaitis of Michigan and
;Schwartz of Northwestern were the
individual stars of the week, each
annexing two first places.
Wisconsin failed to give Northwes-
tern any kind of a battle. The Pur-,

International completition in
according to the second tenet

of the

During the session the Tigei) boss sta-
tioned himself at first base while the

"myth" as
str engt.hens
tions. The
and asserts
breedi strife

advanced by Tunis,' batters sent liners toward the bag.
the bond between aa- Moriarty wouldl field the ball and toss
author ridicules this idea ahead of the pitchers covering first.
that the Olympic gaines The proportion of ei'rors by the
instead. Numierous cases! pitchers, especially on low throws,

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LOST-Lady's wrist wvatch. Return
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ple relay team covered the 160 yards of ill-feeling in the 1924 games at was described by the pilot as aston-
in 1:16.3 seconds, considered fast Paris are referred to, as well as the ishing.
time for the distance. Schwartz and general dislike displayed by all for -___________________
McDonal.d finished one-two in both eign nations for American athletic PORTABLE
the 40 and 100 yard free style events., teams. W TYPEWRITERS
Collopy annexed the 440 yard swim, To further clinch his point, Tunis Corona,, Underwood.
while Hinch and Lennox, Northwas- again reverts to, the Princeton-liar- Remin ton4 'Royal.
tern sophom'ores, placed first in the vai'd break andl then wonders how We have all m akes.
back stroke and breast strroke re- spoirt can be expected to unite Gaul Some in colored duco f nislies.
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