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March 08, 1929 - Image 6

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UNBEATEN TEAMS TO VIE FOR SUPREMIACY
IN FEATURE MEET Of CONFERENCE SEASON'

STARS WHO WILL COMPETE HERE TONIGHT

,MICHIGAN HOLDS SLIGHT" EDGE OVER
1,ILLINOIS MATM'EN IN HEAVIER BOUTS

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er s, it is it% two of these events Two men in their first. year of
tthat they are forced to use Varsity competitio n, Parker of
sophomores, and it is on their Michigan and Tonkoff of Illinois,
strength in these bouts that will' meet in the 178 pound event.
the Wolverines base their hopes The Wolverine grappler~ has been
iof defeating the Jlini. one of the most consistent per-
formers on the squad, counting
C The sixth Illini veteran, Russ three falls and two decision vie-
Crane, star guard, will meet Doug- tories in five bouts, :while Tonkoff
avito in the 168-pound bout. {rane I has lost but one out of six matches.
went through last season without
a defeat till the final match with With Ed George, Olympic
the Wolverines at the field .house,,; (Continued On Page 7)

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SWIMMING MEET
Tickets for the Northwest-
ern-Michigan swimming meet
are on sale. Admission is 50c,
student coupons not being ac-
cepted.

>Seven of Northwestern's tank acest
engaging against Michigan tonight
IHinch and Colbath are collegiate{
title holders in the back stroke.!
and fancy diving. Petexsen and!
Lennon are star breast 'strokers,I
3while Al Schwartz is the holder of
many free style records. Collopy$
and Miller are third year men. t

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o FRESHMAN BASEBALL
! All freshman baseball bat-j
,tery candidates will report at !
IYost field house Monday aft-
ernoon.j
Jack $lott, Coach
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