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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BADGERS ANNEX LEAD
IN BIG TEN STG

( Good seats for the Iowa-
Michigan game, here, on Sat-
urday, may be purchased fromj
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Wisconsin With No Defeats Anld desired amour
One Tie Find Gophers Block- ( the Athletic
ing Path To Title Arbor, Mich.
THREE TIED FOR SECOND TANKmTE-
TANKITE
"If", that one little word which USING U
means so much in the realm of_
athletics and to which the sport- (Continued F
inig world owes much of its glam- of material to,
our, has never been in more promi- lettermen from I
nence in the Big Ten football cir-
cles during the present season than eanship team
it is in connection with the last reasor
games of the year to be-played this season.
week, all as a result ofplast Sat- Of the present
urday's games which left Wiscon- the team, Hapk
sin leading the Conference with a displayed enoug
perfect percentage while Illinois, them as probab
Iowa, and Ohio State are all tied regular positions
for second honors with a percent- Practice so far
age of .750. sisted mostly of
If the Badgers win this week, dashes with turn
they will be undisputed champions. ing grinds throw
If they lose and Iowa wins, Iowa is men are in good
sure of a tie for the title with Ohio the long period
State or Illinois, depending upon which preceded
which wins their game. If th trance into the w
Hawkeyes and Wisconsin both lose Coach Mann is
the winner of the Ohio State-Il- ward to a stre
linois game will claim the crown. season, with tean
The first big "if" upon which all "blacks" playini
the others depend, deals with the game after thel
game between ,Wisconsin and Min- session. Michiga
nesota this week. If the brilliant well in the past
aerial and: running attack of Wis- it is hoped thatt
consin proves to be a better weapon will measure up
than the drive, and .power of Min- past.
nesota, then there will be more if's, ,

,heck covering the1
nt of tickets, to
association, Ann
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AM NOW
NION POOL
From Page Six)
work with. Nine
the Big Ten cham-
of last year are
etition again this
freshmen out for
e and Ladd have
;h form to stamp
ble contenders for
next year.
this year has con-
starts and short
ns with condition-
vn in. Most of the
d condition due to
of track work
the team's en-
water.
s also looking for-
nuous water polo
ms of "whites" and
g a scrimmageI
' regular practice
an has shown up
in water polo, and
the team this year
to those of the

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sing passes, Joe Truskowski proved
himself as a line plunger against
the Spartan team. He toted the
ball just four times and is credited
with a total of no less than 30
yards. He should be a worthy as-
sistant to Rich, Gembis and Hozer;
in case straight football is employ-
ed Saturday.;
After State's unsuccessful at-
tempt to tie the score with a
goal from placement, Captain
Rich loughed through the
Green and White forward wail

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ansj fr donrin g Varsity Cross-Country Team To Compete.
han to. And then the final Saturday In Conference Season's Premier
.a ended his march. -
Coach Farrel and Manager Cald- ing a practice jog over the Wig-
While the Michigan defense will well. The rain and snow yesterday consin course on Friday.
n <rily be drilled to halt the prevented the team from practic-
d~a.:1_of Glarsgow, Pape and Anril ing out of doors and only work in Personal
ani the plunges of McLain, it is the Field house was permitted. Ac-jCHRISTMAS CARD-S
1)r~iaob that a major share of the cording to Farrell, the squad has
attcnti n this week will be devoted been practicing hard for some time Engraved-Printed
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-on fhe game "inder wraps"
and t;e Iowa scouts will have
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cut of Coach Wieman's bag
of tricks in the final game of
the season.

for the Badgers will have an un-
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