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SEND .MEN OUTDOORS
Oarsn Welcome Chanec..To Get
Onr >;ake Mlyencdota After Winter
''rills :In Loft
(Special To Thec Dairy)
Wit,his crew launch still in dry
dock, Wisconsin's newv i. rowing men-
tor,. the. -youthful "Mik1e" Murphy,
took his, oarsmen on ,the water this
week (or the first time, -coaching
them from the coxswin's seat in
the, sturdy eight-oared barges.
Lake Mendota opeijed oh, Wednes-
day, a. stiff wind~ blowing the ice
out of the: bay west of the tinier-
sity bolt ,house..
The Badger corew candidates had
been rehearsingW on machines
throughouit the ,winter,, gnd wel-
comnead the ,.outdooar 'taining after
months in the annex loft. Murphy
will take advantage of every op-
portunity to, drill his boys on the
water, as the Wisconsin shells are
now months behind most of the.
comnpetition which they will meet
at the. Poughkeepsie regatta in
June.
Three Veterans in Varsity
Only three veterans were seated
in what appeared to be the first
varsity ;,eight. in the practices this,
week. Goodman, Drouet and Hors-
fall are the members of the 1928
crew who form the nucleus for
this year'. Coach Murphy ,lost -a
good man when Johni Parks, grid
leader, failed to report in order to
give his undivided attention tc
sprting football.
Horsf all' is pulling number 6 oar,
Dronet is at S while'Goodmian looks
like, a fixture In the 3 seat. Three
sophomores have ,shown _particu-
larly .well to date, and look to be
varsity, calibre. Oberdeck, a men-
ber of the yearlin'g eight ~last
spring, will undoubtedly be at
stroke. Weber and Beers are be-
ing used in the first string boat,
the latter at -bow and Weber at 4.
Two' Look Good
Two huskies, Keenan and Ihde,
have grasped the fundaments
with unusual ease. Murphy intends
to give this' pair every chance to
show on .the water.
Freshman Matmen
Decide_ Champions
(Continued From Page 6)-
and assistant Varsity ;Coach Ther-
on Donahoe officiated at the
matches which were .of eight min-
utes duration. Sorenson,, all-cam-.
pus champion, took, the heavy-
wegttitle in the first battle of
the afternoon.
wEddie Aldinger, all-camnpus chamr-
pion and finalist at the state A. A.
U. meet at Flint, took the 115 title
from MlVony with a fall after three
minutes of swift wrestling. Vddie
had, the upper hand most ,ef tWe
way .except for the first few mn-
ment..when the going was fast anfd
furious:.
The 125 pound class miatch ,was
,far, closer than either of the twro
first ones. Sennett managed to
eke out a time advantage of. two
mi~nute's and forty five seconds
over Seabury after they had wrestl-
ed an overtime period.
M6ckn took the 135 pound title
in the ;closest match of the after-
noon -with a time advantage of one
minute and thirty three seconds
over Dican.
The. .155 pound title went to
Muehling with an advantage of.
tv o miinutes and~ thirty' seconds
over Fuss.' Brockmeier had little

difficulty in pinning Macksim after
six minutes and forty seconds of
fighting to win the 165 pound
battle.
Clark took the honrors in the 175
pound division with a time decision
of two minutes and twenty sec-
onds over Foster.
Donnelly and Hochland battled
to a' draw in the 145 division. Don-
nelly came back in the overtime
period to win back his losses in
the first eight minutes.

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IDiramond Regulars HARD-HITTIN'G CUBS SHOULD BE ( NC L A S S I IE
Take Nintht Game' BIG FACTOR IN NATIONAL RACE 5 ADVERTINGL
(Continued From Page 6) Joe Mcqarthy's Chicago Cubs fielding ability is also far above, PASSENGERS to New York City,
during hi s a four inn its offurwok . seem destined to make a. greati the average. Wilson is the Babe { leaving Friday, returning 15th.,
The Variy puse t.fut u fight for the National League Ruth of the National Leagaue Safe driver. Puuasonable charges.
across the plate in the sixth inning pennant :4his summer. The a.tdd!- while. Stephenson lines out base Call 9530.4
on two bagge ys by Asbeck fand ~tion of Rogers Hornsby, champion hits xwth terrific force.. Cuyler, al NOTICE
Reichman in quick succession, but 1Of the senio~r circuit swatsmiths on though he experienced a father SD
their final marker came as a gift seven. different occasions, should disastrous year in 1928, shold11. WE BUED CLOIN G
in the ninth inning when McAfee's.Iadd the nieesary pun~ch to theC turn to his old fors rt'hLz i. Y~bUAM!431
single, couipled with three errors :to club. to sweep it through the, regu- I Heathcote, Moore, and. i ylr il Wshn 121.Phn
give the regulars their last score. Ilarly sche'dlted season and into thej be retained for relief d(itity.i14c
Absence of many of the playerS world s$eries. A fierce struggle loomsi n the NOTICE-Wve lhave a large selec-,
du oeasnecessitated much Hornsby should plug up that gap oersncs catching department. I AUi'. u 1rt- I tioni of Oc ecti ,w Carids and Mot-
.substitution and shifting. Reich- (Which ~Fried'die MNaguire triedr to fill nett, one of the g'rea tc e (i ch« rs toies. 1t raflc is ii, Huve, '19 N. UTni.
moan and Tritskowski, catchers, 'last season. His hitting will be a in baseball, will have ci'ii'~l
were. pressed into service to fill up 1big fgoor. of the club's OffenIsive trouble in keeping Lbthe veteian
the Varsity outfield, while Asbeck (strength, while his fielding should Mge GnaWsEu 0 .I(ULAjfrREtova tu'w cn trcses nowh-
also took over one of the gar'den ~bolstef the. team defensively. bet.Gnae a IU(. h osdrn ;iw tnesseacation.i
posts, and McAfee, the second vet-1CaeyGimwlagncvr best of the Cub b° t~er; in the - 1iC 11 are dr
Oran hurler, handled the second first base ad will captain the Rtraining season, whuile hbs c order.
base job on the Varsity wtithot tea m."Wby"Eglsh'it wohas been nothin~g sort t .1'. 5' Cl~l )J Al I66N
error, seasons of big league experience tional. For relief duty Mcearthy i''i~ 6~ ~C3
TheVrsy started.the scorri in behind him, should be better thagn has Angley and Grace, boith hard NOTICE- - Titweal, we offer Fred-
the third inning when the reserves'1ever at short, while Norman Mc- hitters. I1enaeta h pca
mussed up two chances after Duck- Millanr -. will proabably cover, third. fHut'ers Lookik (1 ' 'ditricat 65 hn 76. 2
' manl had Walked to let the latter Clyde -Beck mnay displa~ce McMillan, _________Pon 761 2
d coss the plate. While Montague owvever, wrhile Clarence Blair, a Tevtrnpthn tf f-------- _____
~a otnigt odteynl-promising youngster from the Lit- Charley Root, Guy Bush, ShriiffJ3PAOTNN-TeCnetAt
hodtey Blake, Harold. Carlson, and Art ist Piano Tuiner, phone 6776. Vic-
gas coees, h rguar o rt-tiedc.(i cu wl ls eNehf will be bolstered by severaxl tor Almendinger. Not with 4n1°
ed :twice more in the following neraditon.iikeCvngos'il- music house. . Exclusive plane
chapter ,when McCoy and Reich- ®Outflid Hits .Hard reWtadition. MikeCveng'os wil
taker another fling at the m rajor tuner for h nvriySho
man ,followed McAfee's long triple The Cub outfield packs a wallop leag-ues coingto te ull fom icf Music. Off ice at residerneP
Withclea sinles a rserv errr Fichita Falls of the Texas League,1 1608 Mortoni Ave. 24
helping the Varsity cause. the New York Yankees. Hazen ' where he won 21 games wh'iile los- - - ----- - --____
Th ast satdot togOyler, akWloadRggs ing only. eight. Another ne4wcomrerI NOTICE ---- Hlome Laundry -- Soft
afepiad nhsii i perStpnonsolwimnybl is Ed Lautenbacher, a 21-year- old water used exclusively; called for
ance, however, ,Freddy Asbeckgaewihtirbswilter find from the Reading (Pa.) club, and delivered. Superior Home
openilng the hostilities With a long Hepsessagodcac f Ludy.Poe89.24
two bagger. He advanced to third pring 'Practice For stiekipo ssses a egoyd chanceo onay hn 89.24
when Straub, playing deep, toodk T ontn Ce veteran Jersey City n-d stays. I NOTICE-Beautifmhi spring line ol
Truskowski's long drive, and scared Cagers is tflCubs'n 1't' Axminister and Wilton rugs.
The ubsappear' to be a power- loch & Ilenne.C
on ,Reichrnan's double through the ful ball club. Their outfield should - -- -__ ____
infield. Errors and McAfee's hard (Continued Fr~m Page 6) be by far the strongest in the PERSONAL ATTENTION LK
sin g][ gave the Varsity a run in accusto & positions when the Big' league, while their infield is strong HOMilE AT A SAVING- OF 10%
the'fitfal inning. Teni cage lid is lifted next winter, with the exception of third base. iWITH CASK CARD. DIAL 3016,
The shortness of good guard mate.- The Cubs are graciously endowed MOE1 LAUNDRY ,', 204 N. MAIN.
with good pitchers, while the--------
Frs ma rckiin rial caused by the graduation of
catching staff is second to none T9YPING--- Thees a specialty. Fair
Hold Indoor Tourney Rose and McCoy will make it nec- 1in the circuit. All in ,All, the Cubs rates. M. V. lt tsuff, Dial 9387.
essa~r-y for Veenker to move one of appear to be the best bet to cop e
(Continued From Page -6) two of his forwards to defense the National League bunting.
6) osts.,,It seems likely that either ----- --- - ----- - -___
the, finals of the freshman meet. iTruskowski or Chapman will play., ....... ... °"
The esuts ereas ollws:guard next year since both men!f
Rope climb, first, Cox; second, have had experience in defensive a H ELN E 'S
Kinney;third, Duden. - Time-:07. positions. ,O&f ill, oeJaet
Standing broad jump, first, Stone; and Priest; guards on the fresh- Bi N I T UX ~
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