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Y, JANUARY 12, 1 28

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PArE SEVEN

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HOOSIER WRESTLERS.
HAVE STIFF SCHEDULE

Lineup Expected To Be ShMed Before
Meet With Strong (Gary Team
Saturday Nightr
LIST EIGHT DUAL MEETS
(Special to The Daily)
BLOOMINGTON - The revised
schedule of the Indiana University.
wrestling team as announced today
will keep the Hoosiers busy from now
until the season ends with the Bigj
Ten tournament during the latter part
of March. Next Saturday night while
the Indiana university basketball
team is battling it out with Michigan
at Ann Arbor, Crimson matmen will
be performing at home with the Gary
Y. M. C. A. furnishing the opposition
for Coach Thom's grapplers.
The Glary team has been a strong
squad in amateur ranks for several
years and should prove a worthy op-
ponent fqr the Hoosiers.
Indiana's chances in meets this
year have been strengthened with the
consent of William Schoolfield to don
trunks on week ends. Schoolfield is
a medical student at Indianapolis and
will do most of his training with
capital city, grapplers. He was one
of the best "125-pound wrestlers in
the Big Ten last year.
Coach Thom is planning on making
more shifts in his lineup for next
Saturday night's meet. By; this new
plan he will move Captain Swain into
the 158-pound division. Buchanan
will take Swain's place in the welter-
weight class. K. Props, an "I" man,
will be eligible in this event after
this semester.
The iniproyement in Everett Tay-
lor in the 175-pound class during re-
cent weeks gives Coach Thom a
stronger set of wrestlers in the heav-
ier weights than at first anticipated,
Taylor has shown great signs of be-
coming an outstanding man in Big.
Ten circles.
The revised schedule is as follows:
Jan. 14-Gary Y. M. C. A. at Bloom-
ington.
Jan. 19-West Virginia at Bloom-
ington.
Jan. 21-Iowa State at Blooming-
ton.
Jan. 28-Indiana at Ohio university.
Feb. 4-Indiana at Ohio. State. I

BURT INGWERSEN
TO BE RE TAINED 196AAE TIL
AS IOWA COACH
(By Associated Press) HO 61 o T H H ,
IOWA CITY, Ia., Jan. 11.-In the I
face of a storm of alumni protest George Von Elnij Conqueror Of Bobby
against his retention, Burton A. Ing- Jones, Signs Contract To
wersen will be retained as head foot- lay FriKearns
ball coach at the University of Iowa M
for the next year. MAY MAKE TOUR OF U. S.
Announcement made to this effectI
was made last night by President LOS ANGELES.-George Von Elm,
Walter A. Jessup and the university former national champion of amateur
athletic council, just five days before golfers, hooked his amateur rating in-
the day on which a general meeting of to a bunker and decided to shoot down
alumni is to be held in Des Moines to
discuss the athletic situation. The Des the fairways as a paid professional.

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Moines meeting is to discuss the rela-
tion of Ingwersen, Dr. Paul E. Belting,,
athletic director, and Dr. Walter
Fieseler, medical supervisor, to the
poor showing of the Hawkeye football
teams in recent years.
The announcement that Ingwersen's
contract would be renewed next year
was accompanied by a declaration of
confidence by both President Jessup
and the council in the entire athletic
department staff.
. Ingwersen is the second Westernl
Conference football coach to weather
a storm of alumni criticism growing
out of disappointing football show-
ings. Dr. John W. Wilce, of Ohio
State, upon whom much criticism was
heaped, also has been retained for
another year.
FOUR REBEL ORGANIZATIONS
RESTORED TO OLYMPIC FOLD
(By The Associated Press)
NEW YORK- Organizations which
withdrew from the American Olym-
pic association a year ago after a dis-
pute over control of the Olympic body
were restored to membership at a
meeting of the executive committee
of the Olympic association today. They
were the National Collegiate Athletic
association, the Western conference,
and the Y. M. C. A.
At recent meetings of the N. C. A.
A. and the N. A. F. action was taken
to return to the Olympic fold. On mo-
tion of Maj. Douglas MacArthur, the
president of the Olympic association,
the committee voted to reinstate the
organizations without discussion,
LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY.
-Violating an honor pledge, upper-
classmen clipped the hair on 300
freshmen heads.

The flashy linksman who conquered
Bobby Jones for the amateur title in
1926 confirmed the report that he
would abandon the amateur ranks and
turn professional under the manage-
ment of Jack Kearns, fight promoter
and erstwhile manager of champion
Jack Dempsey. The Long Beachopen
golf tournament starting next Friday
will mark Von Elm's last appearance
as an amateur.
Kearns had revealed earlier in the
day that Von Elm was seriouslly con-
sidering his proposal and the fight
promoter voiced his belief that plenty
of money could be made out of pro-
fessional golf with the "proper bally-
hoo."
Kearns declared that with Von
Elm's signature to a pro contract, he
would pair him with Al Watrous of
Grand Rapids, Mich., for a country
wide tour and possibly make up a
professional foursome, another mem-
ber of which would likely be Harry
Cooper, Los Angeles professional.
JOHNY OGDEN, PITCHINGi
ACE, SENTTO ST. LOUIS
(By Associated Press) I
ST. LOUIS.-Johnny Ogden, pitch-
ing ace of the Baltimore Orioles of the
International League, has been ac-
quired by the St. Louis Browns in a
trade involving transfer of Pitcher
Stewart Bolan, Catcher Lee Dixon and
an undisclosed cash consideration.
This is the first time Ogden has
ever had a tryout in the major leagues,
but Baltimore fans believe he will
make good as one of the Bro'wn's first
string moundmen.

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