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March 23, 1929 - Image 6

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ilehll ders rMichigan'sh dVarsity swimming hopes that his team can win the
tam, having accounted fo its 200 Yard relay with a new world
Tthird consecutive Conference title,r anain poid int ed
Ke -- is now bendingeveryeffort toward .laye -
DisplacenhahomasAggiesg Ni nal ae points in the quarter-mile swim
' ,hK s r wsttcrown which will be dediced at St.
TiuisnextF ing ya aHn St dheolders r with a strong pa ssibility of win-
4 Loih t Frind Satudy ning that event. Walker, Seagr,
Although thc entries from thandWaitisksould
-r Y: ,NTO 1 E other schools of the country have
not been announced as yet, Coach With these men showing: their best
at Col bus, t w ichM ann t feels th at h is m en havk e a e s sr civ h t t a s
"ingCoach Keen's WolverineWrest-M f 't form, Coach Mann feels that the
~N 1lers are continuingdaily practice ast an even chance of winning rec no the
!in prepaia tion fo the Nationalthcaminipginthebs national title are as good as any-
:. :: :: N <gInterceate meet next wekng which the opposing schools have tog
offer. While not couniogoymaz
T at Columbus at which theywillcongomd News received from Yale .une-
::.':.::ri:try t Id td gregton ea then Olahe t gies pointstinhtheebreast -trokeorthe vorsty tatthegr atat Yley swim-
:,..,: ....::.:..:t...y. E ach ::;:::::>k;<n;"h::t the rac, butrGinlaghof conscudtvem win i-h rdhd nebackstrokeheWolverinecoach
} h" 'Ar"' failed to fin i ;h out the first heat egra:'{... _v__strof.betieAggishving_-6:48,_ers .attempted tobreak th m
.......*.ndate back to the infancy of col- relay record. now held by te
ac..:="' "°d^ '.::.....sunlegiatefmat competition in 1920.-;theTrnlduIaMichigan team, and failed to do
IThe "Miss England," the boat in which Major FFegrave defeated As yet no Conference mat ag ti so only beause two of. the 18 men
BIg Tenff gregation has been able to gve the !1'whowiSh I got off to illal starts. They coy-
Gar Wood in the International speedboat races held at Miami Gheroac m n l iirc he distne n mye
The~~~~ Ga oi rwsas ihdBon rewa.Tebrh ll agherngoahedigetaanyseet-T ,0- o h pr tf fTeD Ied ega diystnes .te.tmeo
Beach, Florida, recently. Each boat tlook one heat of the race, butoustrouble, te Aggies having d1:48,fourseonds fasterthan
as the"Miss America" failed to fin ish e out the first heat, Sgrave r gone 'through their last eight sea hef that thrL reIIctb U he t
the titleh.rIbsn, A undefeated in either dual and, while this record does not
meets or tourneys. WihthehoadetoAyn rbo count in the natinnalxstatistics,
^atn WHii anste E* aee e ossigto ainlcaposth pate rasssonnro
stellr firt yea workof Rap11 ae fai, thee isnotherefirstr fouredimeth mnethexpYas t
PI 1CH RS HOLD FATE OF BROWNSF Michigan May, ndurise bristling with eager cage enthus-'teaf idnotrtotoequc l
O IG BIG LEAU ET Big Ten schools have also been a who wish to see the "battle oftm
INCOMIkG nG EAGUpEvusbgeAue exp eleatedtoarbsckeat Anmtorthecentury"nactediCa ts tintr 400 yard time of 3:39 1-5 ties
thNm y srngatd toar set n most the etuy" rtheexisting record, and may be
_____________the Naional mets, Mchiganmural building between the forces lglycutd
The St. Louis Browns astonished Browns are weak. The berth lieskreaching the highest place yet at- of the sport staff of The Daiy and
the baseball world last year whenI between a trio of gardeners, Ea tamned by a Conference team last Ithe unskilled incremtent of that
S l a Fr an al year when the Wolverines tied the of that otherwise respectablesheet,
wefide iy thirplaehn Kre M enat onMyon who Ames matmen for second far be- the editorial department, botht esin prtigy
Aerican League. Their success Jerekiaheocrut the aexasnd! CoachOikhlh nle ar te tfi mpshin d tocs u toexh-
at that time was due to the heavy Jesa rit fromhtheewastg mcamort sc s mntprod-
batting of Heinle Manush, the league. i Wile all nofa ahesemn possessing two National championsie prcticE ssins. -
stellar first year work of Ralpharefair,tGm ,th Jenkins a ralta oo enteredin the meet, expects to Coach George (Butch)fSimons of
Kress, and the ability of the pitch- ive the Aggies a closer run next i eita"
chnc ts winuc thxethoeerteTea egula srth as +ke'ytBeuedenorylhstaffufferpddahimself-
ens to hurl winning ball. In 1929 I hne own hIeglrbet sFri day and Saturday, and if the loia"swdncunl"tm -
the Browns will again have to fall he is said to be a terrific hitter and three undefeatedWolverinescon- sr . plilakast itey, coimup
back upon their pitchers to geut b leae Fnk B tinue their success, Michigan may d'etat by shifting the time ofther
them nhe eRoknce with the Boston Red Sox. hspring a surprise and oust the
Blue And Kress Fixtures kaoatteolesfo hi great struggle from its original
Last year the St. Louis club aed Lu Blue, at firstand Rall psn hour to 2 o'clock this afternoon. In
Crowder, GrayStewart, Blaehol' e top berth.
b guKgess, sensational young shortstop, !eiia h so doing the editorial strategy-
eg, Wiltse, Beck; Coffman, andDcilliar reddbarke pteto
Mauslinood blloare sure to start the season i rk fl te eih n cviss a board ttemt t confound the
Srekihriggo balf.thesc. positions, but the otin aetothetipwthtewosil favorites, This movement accord-
hem Eanes hxe rind - fed abrer t mmtea k en Dugto andeergewith the sili g to bigasEtr Wanng erd
enced a good year and as a Gresult s bet on- exception of the 115 puyweight, i. tobie d mwanertsot-
the. ac oe f he epeIinilbetsrmna ser Grimes, like Jenkins a product ofi where MGilliard, the Maize and pub i n,wa ufar ovu
the team rose in the pennant race. the Texas league, is the likely Blue entry has suffered a rib in- ublict.g
It is too much to expect, however, starter at third, although he wiljury
#u; Messrs, PilckeTstationedon,
that each of them will again come haet!ba u tevtrajrnuBbrwttMciany. ieMxrc.c lalog with the other
tr.Igh sin r9.ghosfe thsjsa aet etot the vtrnFak((~o~re ta
BbHwtMihgnOypcdnthruhapin12. IToert inshs O'Rourke to get the job. If GrimesI finalist, will wrestle in the 15! it .oial lackeys spent the eveiin
do' apn nodrt iihdoes get the position O'Rourke will pudcas lit ntei~t unbridle u debauchery in the! _
whee tey idlas yer te!enter _the competition for second pound division, Kelly, unbeaten vicinity of a fratemity paty lat .
Browns will have to uncork a real' base. Otis Brannon, last ya's ovrni h 4 on or night and in the ,wee hous em-
battingn, punch.5 oud tur
Matngpnch, util regular, and Leonard Dondero, a ney, Captain Warren at 155 pounds.! barked for Ecose to put the fin-
ManshInOufildslugging recruit from Wichita Falls I Parker in the 168 poundcs nd ising touh,. on a successful pr-. I /
Heinl MaAsh
, secondY in the and a former teammate of Jenkins Dougavito and George in the lightiperiod.
American League batting race last' and Grimes, will be the otherj con- heavyweight and heavyweight di-- Meanwhile the mem.bers of te i -
year, will be the starter in left testants for the second base job, visions respectively. (Continued On Page 7)
field. Schulte, another capabl' - __________ __ ____ v-__________
outfielder, will be stationed in - ___i'
center. It is in right field that the
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SFisher Will Watch DiamondSquad.
In Second Outdoor Practice If
Weather Permits
If old man weather is willing,.
Coach Fisher's diamond squad will
hold their second outdoor practice
game of the season thi- afternoon
with Asbeck, IIcltzman, Kiegler,
and Comnpton slated to see action
on the mound. The Cornelltrack.
meet tonight will keep the base-
ball team out of the field house
Yesterday's practice was limited
to battery workouts and light
fielding because the poor light in-
I side handicapped hitting or an**
fast fielding. No injuries resulted
from the outdoor game last Thurs-
day and no cases of sore arms have
been apparent so far this. season.
Today's game will afford all four
of the pitchers due to take th;
mound their first opportunity this
year to work under fire.




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