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24, 1929



. LAO I W, H PO O (Cntirued romPage Six) i
PLY WOEXIBTIINLED N ATR OL ~isurevicoroerthe hws
Teresults of th iterfratonity. In the Mnesota-Michian game
£~U UNTRS N U ION/ Both "Teamuis Slave Yet To Ltose ~bowling to date finds Delta Upsilon plaed at Minneapolis, the Goi- m'
h . U NIBig Tn 'Championship ij heladwth251pinse led the Wolves throughout
____Struggle the opening half, limiting the
ii Show ny tyShots After Both *.' * !SgaDlt 5bCIX ~w' Maie and Blue team's scoring ac-
After "on and Evening ~CLASHI IHEE MARCH4 points and Beta Theta pi third ! tivities to a single field goal and
Cue Matches :..t1~i wI~~4Iil~lU~ ith 2382 points, four charity throws to hold the
Olrvas wmig nia The individual foul shooting con-1 edge 96 at half time.
-'-" Oltestvhas iresultedg'in someafIeA Michigan rally in the closing
PLAY ON UNION TABLES tions poitt enCfleiinb scores being turned in, Muscovich period (with Bob, Chapman per-
-, Wilie Hope, fornearlytwenyten Michigan and Nothwesten leads with 92 out of a possible forming in the role of sharp shoot
ilii H~pe, or earl twntyin another branch of aquatic sport,I hundred. The folowing make up er with three more field goals and
years nationail champion of 18.2 water polo. The Wolverines and the remainder of the first ten: Col- tvi free throws to his cedit, to
ba~ie'bllirds wil met RlphWildcats have won all their gamnes'Ilins is second with 76, Gawne third outscore the Minnesota outfit and
Greenleaf,. present pocket billiards to date, and are likely to be con- ( with 74, then Hale 73, Morrisonj win a hard-earned decision by a
dhaxmpion and holder of that title tending for the championship 17, leppes 70, Fox 69, Superko 68,; score of 23-18.
since 1919, in two matches to be ' when they clash here March 8. Weintraub 68, and Icove 68. Although the invaders have fail- F
no a ndthevcnionTuesday "fte Northwstrn has a- reputation ed to show the poer on foegn
ry ! for producing championship polo a orts that has characterized teir
azlese two chamiplons have uCeii ""' teams. Since the inception of the IT raekmen Coniniue 1 homne games, their brilliant floor
touriuig the country giving. exhibi -__________________
,. sport in 1924, the Wildcats have Weekly Time Trials game and the shooting ability of iF
ii ihatchres in preparation for the wortefrtettlvrea,__tlnOtres'aete
n'ext .'national tournament, and, Willie }Hoppe wonLrtefrthe rl t.tit vr ear.ith____dain o tt fer s mkete
e~ve been -playing in Chicago 'and ' Last ye rt horple;eamie ith (Continued From Page Six) 1dneosfe
1118-1 balk-line billiard champion, who will meet Ralph Gieenea, filni orfrthnrs hl n One of the greatest weaknesses
Oeroit for the last two wieeks. for ten years holder of the pocket billiard championsip, in exhibitionJ 1927 Chicago was deadocked with roe, Wuerful, and Benson, other of the Minnesota team to date ias
They are making a special trip to games Tuesday afternoon and eventing, February 26, at the Union.( them. The Wildcats have scoredj entrants for this distance, did not been the failure to hit upon a
AnArbor for the matches spon- H-oppe has been the 18-1 balk-line champion since he was 18 yeass ivictories over Purdue and South-'run in the mile yesterday but con- smohwokn combination withF
eared by the U7nion. of Age. ern California. However Stanford fined their activities to other the result that the Gopherscan
"tis seldom," said William E. - ' showed its strength by downing the events, hardly have bee adtopsesa
E ., 2,prsdnt tatsuinvadinig Wildcats, 7-3. pWssessf ,l1 beatteehson in the two definite lineup in any game. Cap-
gratas have an opportunity of see- P aulinto Gets Decsin r High SChoo CagerIMcia' on s mile heat by covering the sixteen tanOtresatoeo h a
awg wosuch aexceptionally fine I eavyweight Figt jihia'sIel icoiea s of the field house track in a tens t n ftefr
plyryncmeiin o ny Boast Fine Reco rd( been at thei exense o f Indiana, lp wards andFrdyHdeofot
wll -those watching the exhibition -3-0, and the Detroit Yacht club, :51.8 Jessos was clocked at 9:57.6 ball' fame at either forward or
babetsethsmnatcoe(Bly Associated Press) (Continued From Page Six) 10-5.' Illinois has scored the most Two heats were run off in the gadapa ob h nycr
range, but also will be able to ex-; NEW YORK, Feb. 23-Meyer "K. at University high, and it is hie B Ten victories, defeating Pi-hg urlsbten tr u- gard pe art e h ricr
thi crfl.".o.iclue and Indiana, two relativelygttanAkisnInhefrtet In cas Hovde is used at ,gurdI
amfine tei'shots crful-"0"Christner, the Akron rubber who is assigned the task of stop- weaktteasnandutenevancurhingd She ifi aoeo emwt t
Play Poot and Billiards puddler, has proved the dynamite phig the star forwards of all the, the strong Chicago aggregation by rap so close together that they ternesc' at forward, while Nelsrn -
The afternoon match will begin! in his right hand is no myth but, teams^ played. The high poiti a 5-2 score. The illini appear to were both clocked at 8.8 but from looks like the choice for the 'pivot
t, 4 oclock and will be in pocket observation Potter led by about anr
-blirs fti hc ot hi-'n doing so hie found one jaw that; scorer of the squad is Cummings,f have another strong outfit. How- nhpnte eodha tetm ostion, although Williams la
pi~ ilehbttersi "refused to yield under a pounding the center, who has a dead-eye for ever neither Michigani nor Nortl-watotehsfascnlwr I been used considerably at this post.~
Ainaking unusual fancy" shots. In from that potent weapon.4 thebst.ClGamSv-wsrn peron he lios with the men finishing in the fol- - - I_
tbevenling the balkline billiards 'Maii i eodapaac ens and Kirby are the first team schedule, lowing order: Potter, tisn n RADITOR CABINETS
; rrrg *Ill start at 8 o'clock and at Masubs'd I e . THE STANDINGS: Iiuggett.
tadse clsSfti h lyr il i0lquareGaden sinicee University Highs reserve team, Wn Lost Pt. In the 65-yard dash Murry twice
eticetsthic h e pyrs icedatknocked out Knute Hansen, .the too,"has gone through the seasornlmo......3 0 100 betDvsitw haswthte
Th. iceswhc aepicd tmelancholy Dane, Chrstner drop- undefeated, having won ninie games MICHIGAN.......1 0 1.000i respectiv e times of :06. and :06.7. ....
~1.00 each, are on sale at the mainI ped the decision to Paulino UJzcu- in a row. They play their games Northwestern ......1 0 1,00 in both heats. However, Campbells~ '~
desk of the Union and also in the dun, rough woodhnopper from as preliminaries to the regular Ciao.....1 1 50tre ntebs iefrti
*blliards room. There are to be; Spain, in an exciting tel-round games, meeting the second teams Wisconsin .....0 1 .0litneb unigi n:65t
x30O tickets.-available for each per- match in Madison Square GardenI of the varsity's opponents. Thne Purdue......... ..0 2 000j beat Toln Who equalled Mur ray's F
formnance and may be obtained upi last night. reserve team consists of Captain Indiana....... 000 time in the other two heats.
to the, timie of each ga me as long; The decision was eminently fair, ,,elyadHeit owrd:Bn-.
asthrereai ay nsld for Paulino, after a bad startg came ing, center, and Thornton and
Atlantae ta wilhveavtra hn ack to give the Akron slugge ihr uad.See sth tr ENTO !S U E T
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