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FEBRUARY 14, 1929


(By Asuociitvd Pes s)[([yAssociate l.ess)
CHICAGO, Feb. 13.-"Finis" may -^ I GE ST N[R1 I'An advance squad of 25 players WIL MCARA
be written on the University oft atchsprint he buleenIe has been ordered to report to the
bec wri tte onaltheUerslity ° -trying t mthteblelk rolnRbn'tann apa -
Cicago's nationa interschola Purdue Squad Boasts Veteran Men speed of Percy Williams at all sorts( Schwartz, Colbath, 11inch, And R o tL Varsity Natators Will Also
hgscolbasketball tournament, Clearwater, Fla., on Feb. 24. In theVriyNttr ilAs
higerhe leventhprepcaII All But neavyweight And of distances but with uniform fail- Others group will be 12 pitchers; fr D. Co.in
after the eleventh prep classic the 128-Pound Divisions ure Aquatic Circles gru'caiXtchers, toiv C.mpettIner
first week in April. catchers, two ifielders, and seven
A. A. Stagg, founder and sponsor AThe Vancouver flier, double outfielders. In addition to the reg-
of the tourney, is ready to abandon KEEN WORKS SQUAD prD "int winner at the Olympic, had RECORDS ARE IN DANi R ular and recruit batterymen, TO SWIM IN NEW I
the event that last year attracted -- border at 4r 50 and 60 yards in -~_ Wibert Robinson, president-man-
42 championship fives from 38 Boasting six veteran wrestlers, Boston, Newark and New York be- peciaI Tu The 1Dj1) ager of the Brookyln club, has or- International flavor will
states. If Stagg does not decide to Purdue's mat squad is eagerly fore he accomplished the same Northwestern university's swim- dered the Rookie infielders and out- tach to Michigan's ne
abolish the tournament the na-awaiting the invasion of Coach thing at 45 yards in the annual m g team robaby one o fielders to report .with the first swimming meet sche Mt
tional federation of state high Clifford Keen's Wolverine wrestlers Meadowbrook games in Philadel- - group so that they can get more Blue natators are schedule
school athletic associations may next Saturday night at Lafayette. phia last night. strongest collegiate aquatic teams training. Max Carey, veteran out- pose the Toronto Y. M. C. a
withdraw its national aspect at its The Boilermakers have broken Williams' list of victims during ever assembled, has left Evanston fielder, who has signed his contract, Saturday night in the Int
meeting in Cleveland, Feb. 25. even in two matches with Indians his brief but meteoric Ameice n in- on a 7,000 mile jaunt to the Pacific and Harvey Hendrick are the only building pool. The Wolver
Stagg does not intend to fight the and Ohio State and will be seek- vasion includes such stars as Karl coast and return. Eight university regulars among the outfielders. feated the Canadian tankr
national federation. "I have no ing a chance to improve their Wildermuth of Georgetown, Jimmy and Athletic club teams will-be met The first squad is to include 23, in December at Toront
desire to foster a tournament that standing in the eastern division of Daly of Holy Cross, Jimmy Quinn, along the route.' Pitchers Ballou, Clark, Dudley, will mark the second me
does not meet with the approval the Big Ten, former Holy Cross flash now com- Eight swimmers have been selec- Ehrhardt, Elliott, Koupal, Mc- the teams this season.
of the high :school educators," he Flxperienced grapplers are avail- peting for the New York A. C., and ted by Coach Tom Robinson to Weeny, Moore, Moss, Richardson, An added feature of Sa
said today. able for all but two of the eight Chet Bowman and Jimmy Pappas make the trip. They include among Vance, and Pattison; Catchers meet will .be a water po:
Other officials of tm university. weights at Purdue, the 128-pound of the Newark A. C. their number three national in- Deberry, Gooch, Henline, and Lopez; between Michigan and 1
however, are said to be planning an class and the heavyweight division The Canadian express flashed champions. Capt. Infielders Bader and Gilbert; and troit Yacht club. This will
tercllegiate mionsut ieleCaeHendrick, Cullop
outlaw tournament if the national alone being defended by new men. down the straightway in 4.9 sec- j Wally Colbath is the national inter, Outfielders Carey, p, an old rivalry, as these tea:
body disapproves of the yearly The Purdue matmen are captained onds to take his heat of the 45 collegiate fancy diving champion Frederick, Lee, Rhiel and Rosen- met before in water pol
event. The national federation, by Hooker, a 168-pounder who has yard special last night and beat and was a point winner on the eld. Yacht club team at prese
while having no power to abolish established himself as first class Bowman and Alf Bates of Penn Olympic team last summer. iThe balance of the team is to the Michigan A. A. U. cl
the tournament, can refuse its material through his defeat of State, n the process. ShapdMarch 3. Tsship.
sanction-an action that would I Scott of Indiana, a member of the I Toronto Brings Sta
forbid any of its 31 sate members United States Olympit team last ed the way by inches to Wilder- Al Schwartz, the fastest splasher Toronto will bring seve
from entering summer.muth, Pappas and Bowman in,5.1 on the team, holds the national in-jToonto nnlAbri atceth
_msseconds.Wildermuth had won the tercollegiate record for the 100 to Anns toa tch th
-PurdueHas Veterans second heat in 5.1 with Passas sec- yard free style. His mark in that bin fast breast stker,
Among the veterans listed in the lnd and John Fitzpatrick, another event is :51.9. He expects to come bL Trn. Plst isean e
-U F1 U KT tBoilermaker fold are Weintraub, Canadian Olympic star, third ls t ony Wimllmstieig both Thompson and N
Tweddle, Robinson, Walsmith, and Paavo Nurmi, beaten at the miledu ghsmgt.Toronto. Phillips is an exp
Stickle. Weintraub is a 118- by Ray Conger in the Millrose durn ther cnin i _he__r-fancy diver, as he placed
" Hp The other champion in the Pur-
pound class, Robinson in the 148- games, had the satisfaction of win- plc ranks is Dick Hinch who holds Activities in the intramural d- in the Olympic diving com
Rpound division, Walsmith in theI ning the 3,000 meters run and see~ the national intercollegiate mrpartment were renewed this week Gibson and Griffin are 1
i158 and Stickle in the 178-pound ing his conqueror trounced in the fo the 150 yaid backstroke. Other with the opening of play in the of the Canadian free styl
That the Wolverine hockey eam660 yard event. Paavo, lacking members of the team are: Do five hockey leagues and the begin- Coach Mann is working
is at present a vastly improved ma- The Michigan team went real opposition, won his event in r nig of the second half of the in- teges hard for the remain
chine over that which Coach Eddy through another strenuous prac- the time of 8:33.5 with Ovo Ander- MarkWicks, crawl; Bil C iecrawlennox tramural basketball schedule. In- meets, which include W
Lowrey put on the ice at the be- tice session yesterday as Coach son, a fellow countryman more k WL , terfraternity volley ball games will Michigan State and Nortl
Keen began preparations for the than a lap behind in second place. breast stroke and Omar Miller, be started next week as well The Purple, now on a t
ginning of the season was veryb Lafay_____nva___._Th__aback stroke. as the final rounds in the bowling tinenta1 t , '
evident to the spectators who wit- Lafayette invasion. The squad l4 -1rlastefnloudinhebwngIieta ou, 'ave es


nessed the 8-0 victory over the went through all of the holds itrong In Polo league.
Beck Collegiates Tuesday night. which they may need and polished This squad also compose the Sigma "Apha Mu will play the
However it was also plain that the tip on work in general. LFA, -ITI Northwestern water polo teani Northern Lights in the first hoc-
Michigan men will have a long Second Of Year which has not been defeated in key game of the Canadian league
way to go before they can boast The Purdue clash will be the Big Ten competition during the tonight in the Coliseum. Play in
ac ore feeama it h second conference match for they three years which the sport has nihsot we ah si efeed Psida
Coach Lowrey feels that with the Wolverines since the Northwestern been played. The only defeat mark- night when Chi Psi defeated Psi
addition of Mason, Shea, and Ny- meet Monday was the first official ed up against the Purple in this Upsilon in a fast 3 to 1 match in
gard to the roster of his squad,I clash. The earlier meet with Chi- L md., Feb. 17-Fv sport is by Stanford. Each team te he Sewe Lid s
his chances of winning games areI1 before the examination p B- TenAYET and., Feb. 17.-Five won one and lost one in a forfeited to the Sewer Lids Tuesday
greatly improved. Shea will prove io wabeoneythepea tione .g- series last spring. The two teams ight nmet the
to be one of his most valuable men only a practice match. ing intersectional encounters are . Rangers yesterday.
sWith the ijection George and !included on the 1929 Purdue foot- will play it off during the coming Intramural hockey is divided into
as soon as he gets in condition Wihteineto o erefn rp
after his long lay-off due to in- (Wolfe i the heavyweight division ball schedule, announced today tpIn four leagues, the American, Cana-
eligibility. The rest of the teams ( Michigan now looks strongest in and greeted as one of the greatest Numerous Northwestern alumni dian, National and Federal, with
on the Maize and Blue schedulejthat division where she has been cards the Boilermakers have had in groups along the -route of the trip five teams in each league. The
will have to reckon with him. Mas- !chronically weak. . ;recent years. Michigan and Iowa, are making plans to entertain the i games in these leagues are being
on also should add a great deal of I With the addition of this new; comparative newcomers on Purdue swimmers. This is the second trip run off at the rate of one or two
strength. 'strength in the heavyweight divi- grid schedules, will both be met in which a Northwestern swimming a day at present although it is
Nygard added "50 per cent to sion along with the availability of I home ganps, along with .the Kan- teaml has made to the west coast, planned to begin to play the games
Michigan's front line in ,the game I the veteran Elliott in the 135 1 sas Aggies and the University of the othe trip ,being made in 1925. scheduled for the last of the sea-
last night",was the opinion of the pound class the Wolves shouldMississippi; outstanding represent-
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