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May 11, 1928 - Image 7

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P8I1MG FO TBA ~LOk6PHER STRWNG3IJJRESTS
ON WORK OF INDIVIDUALS .
PflkIII~f~fl Continued ~from Page Six)
F UUINLUULU TODAY ti'ep in the ]fleet.

dVth 11111011 CA&i eitAedi11 ORe
i< e i.'n ii 1 a ' or the \ r livruer;,
11n Miiie fand lue ('oIn~t41fk11
:E:1t bew 'd their' bestitifthey hope
An (alliur'e Just idlce! as the
(Sophier is consistent around the
IS foot mizart.

!'Ohio S1,1f" d" .141 l~izotis" Wllii K'u
Bffih TEAMS UNBENITENI,
r1~wo undefeate elevens, "Ohio
~t:Itt" d "lini"will batl e
tlb i:rouhfounr I2-minutte "quarter's for
tip fc:>tral l chanioush iip at, 4:0)
p clock tihis .afteruo l iinthe closing
eveitnt of' the spring grid season.
IIl; t enn.Is have(, efeatod "Michigan
S7talte.,." ndliiana," "Wisconsin," and
"low," and are rated ,lmost equally
oil the bs of coin parative scores,
,althouigh using diffa1'eu types of ply.
Coach Veenker's "Indians" have
been drilled in airn aerial attack, as
befits the proteges of a basketball
mentor, while Coach Keen has been
teaching the "Buckeyes" the tricks of
} is trade in the hope that the "Illinil"
forward wall will prove helpless hc-
fore the wiles of the wrestling '"Oho
State' 'linemepn.
"Bu0ckeye' LilleHeavy
The "Illini" combination of Geistert
'to Truskowski has been, one of the
biggest factors in the success of the
'Suckers, and it is certain th~it some_
'style of passing attack will be depend-
edl on for most of the "Indians' "
gains. However, Coach Veenker%;
eleven' also possesses 'a strong run-
ninmg attack centered about Holmes,
'Swartz, and Hughes. Hughes' toe will
Zrovei dangerous when anywhere near
the "Bucks' " ,goal, as evidenced byf
his 45 yard kick aigainst "Indiana." I
He will also do the .punting for the
Theo "Ohio State" team ha's so fat
depended on its heavier line, to make
holes for. Avery, Eastman, and Wel
Wh e-(r who have been, doing" the bulk of.
the ball carrying for the '"Buckeye:..
Avery has lone the goal kicking for
."Ohio State," while Wheeler can be
counted on to take capable charge of
the Punting assignment.
"ILLINOJIS" "01110~ STATE"
Truskowski ..'....Cornwell
Auer ............LT.........Blane
Poe ......LG........ Douglas
Bovard.........G......Brown
Steinke ........RG........... Sullo
4Valder... ..RT.........Cragin
B~oden..........RE.......... Smith
Hjughes......GB........ Wheeler
McBride ........ LH....... Eastman
Hlolmes ......... RH.......... Avery
Ktughes ......... FB....Biedenweig
DETROIT.-George Von Elm, " form-
er amateur golf champion, will at-
toempt to qualify. for the United States
Open at the Counry Club here.

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star, is expected to best the efforts o1 Another, of the individual perlor-m-
the Mlichigan discus throwers, and ci.s of thei( invading team is Francis}
hie will also compete ini the shot and! Rhae, who is slated to compete in the
javelin. 100, -220, byroad jump andl high jump.
jr TMen. ~Sifce 1&4
+1
t ~just 11
+ Flannel blazers in new plai~n +
* shades of green, light blue
and crimson+
$12-$1,8
I+
Beach robes in new washable
+ patterns, all color combina-
+ tio ns+
$6.
+ Two-piece underwear, shirts y
+i
+ and shorts, the newest colors
+ in rayon silk mixtures
$1-$1.50I

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.1. and he. wonderswh
theylaug -hed-,AND 11w
They laughed-andl howr! Their ridicule
hurt. It bit like acid. Hle prided himself
. on dressing well. His taste was faultless,
as ff ar as it went. But-it didn't include
hssocks. Although colorful and classy, they
4 er ungartered, And yet he can't figure out
why they laughed. SO ApelWa
' ~Give Yourself S pelWa
GARTERS

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