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March 28, 1929 - Image 7

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THURSDAY, MARCH4 28, 1929 THE MICH I A I Y '
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ISHU RTiln IN l PRACTICE
Heavyweight Strains Elbow; Loss
Will Limit Michigan's Chances
At Meet
DRAVELING GES ChANCE
Ed George, who was Michigan's
surest point winner in the Nation-
al Wrestling meet this week-end,
will be unable to make the trip to
Columbus it was announced yester-
day afternoon by Coach Cliff Keen.
The star Wolverine heavyweight
suffered a serious strain of his el-
bow in practice, and although the
injury was 'at first not thought to
be bad enough to keep him from
the tournament, it was decided thlrt
there was no other alternative but
to keep the lormier Olympic star
at home.
Chances Dim ied
This loss deals a blow to Coach
Keen's hopes of winning the na-
tional team title, since George was
heavily counted upon to go far in
the unlimited division, where he
won the highest recognition that is
possible last year in representing
the United States in Europe. Coach
Keen announced that he will take
Leo Draveling, grid star, in the
place of the injured champion.
Draveling is a new man at the
sport, and although he has pro-
gressed rapidly, can hardly be
classed with George.
Parker Will Ctompete
At the same time that George's
injury was found to be of great
consequence, it was decided that
Ray Parker, who had been nurs-
ing a wrenched knee, would be in
condition to make the trip.
The team will leave for Columbus
this afternoon and will make the
trip by automobile. Announcement
of the squad which will make the
trip was made by Coach Keen, and
will consist of Hewitt, Elliott, Kelly,
Captain Warren, Parker, Dopga-
vito, and Draveling. The prelimi-
nary bouts will be .run off Friday.
TEAMS TO COMPETE FOR
NATIONAL TANK HONORS
(Continued From Page 6)
never made it a policy to enter this
meet, so it is tmlikely that the
eastern champions will be on hand.
Bud Shields will be the chief
competitor from the Far West. The
Brigham Young flash was the sen-
sation of the 1928 meet, winning
both the 220 and 440 yard events.
Stanford has some star performers i

PUN TERS BOOT BALL AGAINST WIND mAul
AS SMALL GALE SWEEPSGIR NIA
Coach Wieman took advantage of efforts with and against the wind [n
yesterday's wind storm to put his Coach Cappon put Auer and SorenT
special squad of gridmen through a son through a centering practicel
lon drll n kckig uderthei with Wills and Maksimowicz receiv-
long drill on kicking under theing the pigskin to feint through the Smashing out seven hits while
handicap of a small gale which line. their opponents could only garner
swept across Ferry field. Several Simrall, Hudson, Priest, Daniels, three, Coach Fishers Varsity base-
of the backs were alto given Heston, and Stoll next took part in ball team smothered the Yanni-
a workout on passing. a long drill on punting, Coach Wie- gans under a score of 7-1 yesterday
All of the ten men reporting took ian paying' special attention to the at Ferry Field. Holtzman showed
part in a kicking off practice, with placing of kicks as affected by the well on the mound for the regulars
Coaches Wieman and Cappon di-;..mall gale. Simrall appeared up to while he was in the box, allowing
recting the booters while the re- lWst season's form in booting, while but one hit and no runs.
mainder of the squad caught the Hudson showed great improvement Zeigler, who started for the Yan-
kicks. Priest, Stoll, and Heston all i; this departiment, getting off sev- nigans, hurled good bail with the
got off long kicks consistently with (ral kicks of over 50 Y:ards. The exception of the second .inning
the wind. riatice ated with some work on when he walked three men and hit
A drill on place kicks and drop pasing by Simral, l 'stoi, and two more, which with two hits and
kicks followed, with Coach Wician Priest, with the rest of the squad an error, let in three runs for the
supervising the booters in their taking turns at receiving the tosses. !Varsity.' The other runs were well I
-- ------ earned by virtue of hard hitting,
Allax Schmelling To FiI,- Uzc d n in june At three of the counters coming in theI
Madiso Squ e Gard-n;, seventh inning as the result of a
adison Squiare Garden; Alan a'er Face Split hit by Kanitz scoring McCoy and
Myron. Kanitz in turn was pushed
(11y A sccitI'udrss) ices agaii1st aikttlimy Uz idtin here across the plate by Straub's sac-
NEW YORK, March 27.-It looks June 26. rifice fly.
as though Max Schmeling will have While Jacobs is trying to guide McCoy was injected into the line-
to start fighting before anyone will Scbmeling along the road laid out I up at first to take Myron's place
find out who will manage his next by the Garden corporation, which after the latter was shifted over to
campaign. With the "German gave him his first chance in Amer- second in place of Libman who may
Dempsey" still in his homeland, his ica, Arthur Buelow, his German not be eligible for competition this
affairs took another complicated manager and the only one recog- season.
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uuinII yesteiurday wnen Joe JaOcObS, !uizcd by uhe .I' Nw YIUAk staJe atl-
the American half of Max's man- letic commission, is trying to lead
agerial duel, returning from Europe him in addition to a bout at Bos-
with the announcement that Max ton contracted for before Max left.
was under contract to the Madison Schmeling still is trying to have
Square Garden corporation and his contract with Juelow abrogated
would appear under Garden auspi- in Germany.
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breast stroke, Harrison in the
sprints, and Throndsen in the
fancy diving are the outstanding
Cardinal swimmers.

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