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February 12, 1929 - Image 6

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VERINE NA TA TOR S WIN TWO CONFERENCE MEET:

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II UL 01lIIIIIU 1 1UMU JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM T AT[ l T[A FRESHMAN TRACKMEN
To CLOSE SUCCESSFUL OI I[ [UL\ 1111 1j APPEAR TO NAVE WEAK
Gaophers Take TWO First Places Bt
Ca rat Turn Back Attack SEASON FRIDAY NIGHT _SQUABTHIS SEASON
Of Wolverines
Coach Courtright's Junior Var- With the leanest crop of fresh-
BEL LO sity basketeers will conclude the ,__man track candidates reported for
1928-29 court season this Friday Wolverine Sextet Now Faces Hard early season tryouts, prospects for
Although they captured two first night when the Detroit City col Road Trip With Games With a well rounded first year cinder-
Although y cap ~lege quintet will invade the field'Srn pthse lm I h ude
places, Minnesota's swimming team house for a return game. The tilt Strong Oppenents path seem slim. In the hurdle,
failed to extend the Michigan will wind up a rather successful broadjump, distance and weight
tankmen as the Wolverines downed season for the "B" five since the JOSEPH PLAYS FINE GAME events this deficiency is most ap-
the Gophers, 51-20, in a dual meet upset inflicted by Ypsilanti has parent and unless new material
last Saturday night at Minneapolis. been the only reverse sustained in turns up Michigan's chance to
March, Gopher sophomore, sprang eight games played. Winding up the last semester gain wins in the freshman tele-
a surprise when he finished ahead Stars Go To Varsity with an 8 to 2 victory over the graphic competition will be se-
of Captain Spindle and Hubbell, With the inclusion of Lovell, Michigan State hockey squa:d last verely lessened.
both former Conference champions, Kanitz, Whittle, and Cushing as the Friday, the Wolverine puckmen are Practice has begun in earnest for
mn the 150 yard back strokesa reserves for the "iron men" of the primed to begin the new with the the yearling hopefuls and regular
Nappa accounted for Minnesota's Varsity, a somewhat juggled up added energy of three new players practice sessions are the order of
other victory, when he outpointed lineup will probably face the City against the Beck Collegiate team the day with the rigors of the ex-
Walaitis and Grimshaw in the college squad. Since the Varsity from London, Ontario tonight on j amination out of the way. At pres-
fancy diving. The inexperienced will be traveling towards Minnesota the Coliseum rink. Friday the ent reports have not come as to
Gopher team could not match the by Friday, the Junior Varsity will squad will leave for a week's trip the fortune of the trackmen in sur-
performances of'the Wolverines in probably have to depend upon which will include a game with viving the academic ordeals but it
the other events. It was Minnesota's Barley, Dougal, Weinstien, Bal- Marquette Saturday, two with Wis- I appears that the yearling squad
first Big Pen meet of the season. samo, Downing, Lytle, and Slagle. consin on Feb. 18 and 19, and two will continue intact.
Summaries Coach Courtright sent these men with Minnesota Feb. 21 and 23. While appearances seem against
160 yard rdlay-Won by Michigan through a drill yesterday afternoon The Spartans were unable to stop I the yearling trackmen in the mat-
(Walaitis, Walker, Sedger, Watson). in company with the freshmen the attack of the Maize and Blue ter of numbers the freshman track
Time- -1:16.4. squad. The time was spent in # in East Lansing last week allowing, squad boasts of several outstanding
2 00 yard ireast stroke Won by shooting baskets in order to get Hart, Joseph, and Maney to ring up performers on its roster who are
Thompson (Mich.; Mertz (Mich.), the squad back in shape for the 1two counters apiece. Copeland. and already regarded by the coaches
second; Bayers (Mimi.), third. F'riday Lilt. Courtis each netted one goal dur- las potential varsity men. On early
Time-,2:44.2. In a game played just before the ing the fray. Besides being amongse
40 yard free style---Won by-Seager examination period, the Michigan the high scorers, Joseph played the season performances these men are
(Mich.); Reif (Mich.), second; Cubs downed the Detroit City col- most brilliant game carrying the p for the weakness in the other
Waidelich (MinnJ, third. Time- lege quintet, 36 to 21, and will prob- ; brunt of the Wolverine attack and oevents.
:19.8. ably boast enough strength to du-- 'performing well on the defense. e pe u os.
440 yard free style-Won by Wat- plicate the feat. Beck Team Is Strong the pole vault boasts two ca-
son (Mich.); Lahti (Minn.), second; ; The Beck Collegiate squad is the pable performers in Allen and Me-
McDonald (Mich.), third. Time- UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS.-The Kinley. In the high jump Black
5:33.4. honor system, begun, in 1883, the gation in western Ontario playing and McHose have turned in credit-
159 yard back stroke-Won by year marking the founding of the the customary aggressive brand of able performances to date. Three
Marsh (Minn.); Hubbell (Mich.), university, having been consider- hockey in Canadian circles. Ac- dashmen have drawn favorable
second; Spindle, (Mich.), third. ed ineffective for the last few cording to dope the Canadians will. comment.
Time-1.44. years, has definitely been abolish- enter the tilt as slight favorites ,
10( yard frce style-Won by ed at the Universtiy of Texas. over the Michigan puckmen.
Walker (Mich.) ; Walaitis (Mich,
second; Waid elich ( Minn.)j, third.I________________________________________________

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