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SAY, TEBRUARY 19, 1929

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kI BCKEYE NEXT SPRING SCHEDULES OF MICHIGAN SPORT TEAMS IN 'DIAMOND SQUAD
TR AD9IFOR WRESTLERS TRACK , BASEBALL, GOLF, AND TENNIS ANNOUNCEDSTRSDIL
' Baseball Team Will Play Nineteen May 4th, Iowa, here May 27th, Con. Met, Minne-
BO BFR MAIM[N In (Continued From Page SiX) Games; Six Big Ten Tilts Ae May 14th, Minnesota, there aplis (Continued From Page Six)
lie mentor appear far from; Listed For Ferry Feld May 17tH, Illinois, there. May 28th, Conf. Meet, Minne- two junior letter winners, Nebelung
gr oamless.gansqadisMarch 8th, Indoor Conrd. a. apols. and Slagle, are again tava iablefor
College And Iowa StateArre,,teMciansudi BASEB~ALL March 9th, Indoor Conf., Iowa.-- the outfield assignments, with the
chers College To Test I without a weak link, as maybke sur- April' 6th, Cincinnati, there. May 24th, Outdoor Conf., N W. TENNIS possibility that McCoy may remain
Wisconsin Squad mrised from Purdue meet. Although April 8th, Vanderbilt, there. May 25th, Outdoor Conf., N. W. April 27th, Northwestern, there in the outfield and one of the three
Rubin was pilmed by Weinirub, 115 April 9th, Vanderbilt, there.,- April 29th, Drake, here. be shifted to first base.
' AC C (CAI~ pound Boilermaker, the time ad-1 April 10th, Clemson, there. U4L May 2nd, Colgate, here. there will still be ,enough veterans
____vantage held by Rubin at the time April 11th, Clemson, there. May 4th, Illinois, there. May 6th, Indiana, here
[SO, Ws.,Fe. 1.-Te o te fll as bot fur m-April 1th, Univ. Georgia, there. My6tPruhee May 11th, Minnesota, here. Ilf otk aeo h he ue
of the fall w s abo t four min ; ardens Capt inMayri11thndNorthw estern,,Febthere.heAM ayl13thnv.O hiogiStatee.there.h, Norh west rn,_th re._M y_13thOhio Statethere
~i rsln emwl o-utes, or nearly half of the total)April13,8Uiv.,Gergiathere
time .thtl two men head been on the jAr 17th, Northwestern, here, a 8h icnihr.My1tIlnitee ae ihWsosnadMci
elf to non-conference oppo- .mat. April 20th, Iowa, here. May 20th, Ohio, here. May 25th, Conference at Ohio. ban State College, at Ann Arbor,
h'is week, following two un- ;Arl2tCinsthre a 4h Ciao-hr. a 7h Ciao ee are to be arranged.
ful meets on a recent road Capta. Warren fell by a sub- Arl2tMneoa ee May 4th, Chcaolter.Manotihcao here.
Thiestantiad timesadvantage before M a yt 1 1th , Ilin ois, a he , _ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __- -__ __ _ __ ____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

LA' UUJ%..L111Ur t~b~ ,AAA . V A11U~i 10. A
Badgers will wrestle Cornell Col-
lege at Mt. Vernon, Ia., on Friday
~evening and the Iowa State Teach-
Hers College at Cedar Falls on Sat-
urday.I
The two Iowa colleges will make
trouble for 'Coach Hitchcock's boys,
.for they are situated in1 the hotbed
of amateur wrestling. For somne
time Big Ten mat tsquads hiave
found the going- rough when in-
iading the Hawkeye state, and the
record of Cornell and the Statel
Teachers, would indicate that th is
season is no exception to the rule.
Coach Vender's Tutors have al-
ready upset Northwestern, 26 to 8,1
,while the kbest the Bfadgers could
do was a 16 to.16 tie. Purdue also
lost their match to the Iowa
Teachers, -19 to 13. Monmouth Col-
lege was blank~ed by the Cedar Falls
school, 32 to 0.
-Fourteen men made the trip into
Iowa with Coach Hitchcock. Kars-
ten and Boelk, who were out last
week with injuries, have both re-_
.turned to the squad, but Tiffany
.was left at home nursing severall
ribs broken in his bout at North-I
,western. Les Schuick will represent1
the Cardinal in the 155-pound class
on the present trip, while Bridge-
m an will substitute for Capt. Stet-
,son in the 125 pound assignment. 1
MADISON, Wis., Feb. 18.-Thei4
*Badger swimming team will meet*I
their seconid Big Ten foe of the I
present season when they journey1
to Chicago Saturday for an aquatic1
dual with the Maroons. Wisconsin ;
lost to Iowa last week, 36 to 35. Chi-#
cago was defeated by Illinois. '
Chicago will have more power in
the relays, the sprints and 440 than';
.when they met the Illini. The team
was recently strengthened by the
return of two star swimmers, Oker,
a~ free style performer, and Sold,
-who goes the longer distances. The
form~er recently took third in the
50 yard dash at the National A. A.
~U. meet.
-Wisconsin will also find plenty of
competition in the back strokes.
.Capt. Bud Lange will have a task in
staying with the, veteran, Stephen- I
:sn who has been paddling the 200)

Walsmith. Without det racting
from the wonderful wrestling of
the Purdue middleweight, it was
apparent that the -Michigan cap-
tain was not clipping them off in
Ihsusual form. until this meet
Capt. Warren had never lost a sin1-1
gle match in his own, weight in a
dual meet, and if he was due for
a slump, it may be very fortunate
for Michigan that it came vwhen it!
did.I
Khelly kept his slate clean of any
defeats by wrestling through two
overtime periods to a draw withy
R~obinson. This is Kelly's first year
on the Varsity and he has won all
of his ,matches, some of which were.
against veterans. Dougavite wrest-
led for the first time as a member
of the Varsity against Purdue and
tujrned in the -feature performance
of the meet by decisively def eating1
the 165 pound Purdue man, hUook-
C. r.
IParker is the one individual most
responsible for the -perfect record
of the 'Wolverine grapplers this
season with a total of two falls
and two time decisions amount-'
ing to 16 points to his credit. The
nearest man on the squad in re-
spect to points is Kelly with a total
of 13.5.
What Bob Hewitt and Ed George
may do during- the remainder of
ltdieiseason constitutes one of the
least of Coach Keen's worries. Each
of these Olympic team wrestlers
disposed of his -opponent in the
Purdue match without any serious
trouble.
AVONLON, Cal.-The first con-
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May 17th, Purdue, there.
May, 18th, Northwestern, ti
May 24th, Iowa, there.
May 25th, Illinois, there.
May 27th, Wisconsin, there.
May 30th, 'Wisconsin, here.
June l1st, Ohio State, .here,

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breast stroke, 130 yard medley and
the fancy dives.

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