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FEW SOPHOMORES WIN POSITIONS
ON VARSITY TEAMS DURING YEAR
Material for Varsity teams was George Simpson in the 100 yard
scarce among members of the pres- dash at the Conference meet in
ent sophomore class, it is revealed the record time of :09.5 seconds.1
by a perusal of the roster of Michi- Booker Brooks showed himself a1
gan athletic squads this year Not capable performer in the weight
more than a score of men from the events, placing third in the dis-,
class of 1931 won regular positions cuss throw at the Conference. Aus-
on Varsity aggregations. tin developed into a fairly good dis-
Football heads the list of teams, tance runner, while Murray was a
with six sophomores on the grid fair sprinter.I
squad who saw regular service last None of the regulars on the base-
fall. Four of the ball carriers de- ball team are sophomores, although
veloped by Coach Wieman were in the reserve strength contains sev-
their first year of Big Ten competi- eral. Moodie and Eastman, utility
tion. Danny Holmes, winner of the men are in their first year of Var-
Chicago Alumni trophy last spring, sity competition, while Compton
Jim Simrall, Jack Wheeler, and and Kiegler, reserve pitchers, are
Stanley Hozer were called upon to also in this category.
carry the attack against Michigan's One In Hockey
opponents. Art Schlander, a forward who de-
Two In Line veloped rapidly towards the close
In the line two sophomores were of the season into a potential scor-
relied on to hold down positions. ing threat, was a member of the
Leo Draveling played right end, Wolverine hockey squad. Among
while Al Steinke helped make the the fencers Bob Gordon, was the
center of the line a bulwark by fill- only sophomore regular, Gordon,
ing a guard post. Six members of who competes in sabers, placed
the "B" eleven were also second third in the Big Ten in his specialty.-
year men, Cook, Morgan, Patton, Austin was the only member of the;
Morgan, and Sherwood were in the cross country team from the sopho-.
line, while Lytle and Biedenwieg more class.'
played in the backfield. Two of Michigan's golfers who'
Four of Coach Farrell's trackmen may become stars of the first cali-
are from the ranks of 1931. Eddie bre, are members of 1931. Liv-
Tolan brought fame to himself and ingston and Royston have been
the Wolverine cause by defeating playing in Conference competition.
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Wolverine Trackmen I
Enter National Meet
(Continued from Page Six)
can toss the ball 175 feet should
decide to enter.
k Coach -Farrell expects to send
about four men to the National
meet, and with Ketz and Tolan the
only sure entries, he will drill sev-
eral other men hard this week in
an effort to get them into shape
'where they will be able to stand'
well in their respective events.
Letter-winners for this season
will be announced this afternoon,
while the Varsity picture will be
taken at 12:30 Friday at Rent-
schler's studio, at which time all
letter-winners and "A. M. A." men
are asked to be present. At this
time the captain and manager for
next year will be named.
Any Wolverine who won a first
in a dual meet or who gained points
in the Conference meet will be
given a letter, while any one who
placed in a dual meet is awarded the
"A. M. A." Those who made points1
in the Big Ten are eligible to wear
stripes on their track uniforms.

WOLVES PRACTICE HITTING
(Continued from 'age Six)
were Wisconsin's margin of victory
over Michigan in Monday's game.
One of the chief worries of Coach
Fisher at the present time is the
Quality - ServiC
The three aims of
taurant backed u1

leg injury to Myron, regular short-f
stop., Although Centenni and
Eastman, whohave been filling in
during his absence, have been
fielding well, their batting is
rather weak. During the last few
days, however, Eastman has shown
a great improvement with the
stick.
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Students
Returning Home
Here is a way by which you can save some actual
money and at the same time enjoy a nice motor trip home
and.the use of a car through vacation season,
BUY-A USED CAR FROM US
Drive it home and through vacation and you can then
sell it no doubt for as much as it will cost you here. Just now
we have a very large assortment to choose from and at very
reasonable prices.4
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NOTICE - Home Laundry - Soft
water used exclusively; called for
and delivered. Superior Home
Laundry. Phone 8190. 234C
PIANO TUNING-The Concert Art-
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tor Allmendinger. Not with any
music house. Exclusive iiano
tuner for the University School
of Music. Office at residence,
1603 Morton Ave. 2340
S T U D E N T ATTENTION-Head-
quarters for good used cars, at
our lot at 332 East Liberty. Just
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TYPEWRITING and MIMEO-
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College work a specialty since 1908.
O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade
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Killins Gravel Company. C
FOR RENT
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Dial 8072. 537 South Division. 23
FOR RENT-Delightful five room
furnished or unfurnished apart-
mer or permanent. Household
ment; adjacent campus; sum-
goods and antiques for sale. No.
C1, 619 E. University. Phone
4328. 235
APARTMENT-One block from
campus, self-contained, every-
thing furnished. Suitable for two
business or professional women
or young couple. Apply 307
Maynard after 5 p. m. 123
FOR SALE
1925 FORD touring. New tires and
good top and curtains. $50. Phone
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FOR SAL=-1920 Cadillac, 5 passen-
ger phapton inopa condition.
$75 cash. AplIy room 4563, New
Medical Building. 235
FOR SALE-Carlton canoe; new
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FOR SALE-Saxophones, tenor and
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Will sell either one or both rea-
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FOR SALE-Ford coupe just over-
hauled. Call 5133. 123
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5800. C
FOR SALE-Southeast section, 7-
room house with garage on large
lot. Very low price. Call owner,
6700. 6,1235
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Phone 3597 "235
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L OS T-A bill fold containing
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personal effects enclosed. Re-
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Phone 7817. 12
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