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March 27, 1929 - Image 6

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OUT VICTORY IN PRACTICE GAMI

AIrnmu H rIDETN Gtks APPEAR TO HAVE
ST RONGER CLUB FOR FLAG CH ASE

IS8SET FORTHURDA
Tournament Will Be Held In Gym
At Intramnural Building And
Not In Field House
RING IS BEING UILT
Cotrary to the previous an-
nounceMent that the All-Campus
Boxing show would be held in the
field house, the officials in. charge
of the tournament have stated that
the affair would be held .in the
main gym of the new Int:. mural
building. Work is being pu'shcd
forward to erect a special ring in.
the center of the gym floor around
which bleachers will be arranged
to give a better vision than is
obtainable in the field house. .The
dirt floor in the other athletic
building prevents the construction
of a suitable ring for the staging,
of such a show there.
The tickets that have been on,
sale 'at Witham's Pharmacy, corner
Forrest and South University.:
Hart's Arcade Barber Shop;. and,
through the Physical Education
students, have been taken up with
a rapidity that promises a capacity.
crowd for the .annual affair.
Beer Is Hurt
Samhy Beer, who has, shown
himself to >be one of the most
promising d( the welterweights, has
received a deep gash under his left
eye and xiy not be able to com-
pete in' his weight.- If the cut heals
by the time of the meet he will be
on the card- otherwise a substitute
will have to be obtained to take his;
place. The remainder of the bouts1
seem to have promise of being the'
fastest events yet " staged in the All-
Campus show. Among the best
possibilities is the bout between Vic
Heim and Sam Woodward, who
were matched against each other
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arsity Wrestlers
an To Leave For
ColuMbus Thursday
With Ray Parker the only man
on the, squad -who is not in the best
of shape, Coach Cliff Keen plans
to, leave for Columbus, Ohio, where
the2National wrestling meet .is- to
be held Thursday noon. The Mich-
igan 165 pounder suffered a twisted
knee during one of the workouts, l
and although-: Coach Keen hopes,
that the injury wvill not keep him
from competing .for the national
title, Parker did not practice yes-
terday afternoon.
A tentative-line-up was announced
ltat night with:McGilliard. Hewitt,
Elliott, Kelly, Warren, Parker, Dou-
gavito, and George -scheduled toI
make .the trip. HoWever, if Park-
er's bad knee - keeps him from
wrestling, Coach . Keen plans ,o
shift Dougavito to the 165 pound
class and not.enter- a man. ins the
175 division. This shift will be to
the advantage of Dougavito, who,
although winning the Conference
175 pound title, will be at a great p
weight disadvantage at the nation-
al tournament. 1?
McGilliard in the 115 pound divi-
sion will be faced with some of the
stiffest competition of the meet,
with Leach of Oklahoma University I
and Sapora of Illinois entered inll
his division. These two men have
been in the habit of winning most
of their matches this season, and
in all probability the title will be c
decided between them.
Hewitt, Lupton of Northwestern,
Hesser of Oklahoma Aggies, Cole
of Ames, and Mantooth of Oklaho-
ma University - will," all be in. the
running for the 125 pound cham-
pionship, with Hewitt .:holding a
slight edge over the field. Morri-
son and Holder of Ames, both
Olympic men, will be .opposed to
Elliott in the 135 division, and
while the Wolverine entry is con-
ceded - a good.chance to upset, the
dope will be against him.

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