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November 24, 1928 - Image 7

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VARSITY FENCERSn o Michigan's left tackle, and Sch- LTATs s i F I E 3S
L LO H VENE C A H I~G R I D B I T S ileusner, who holds down th e ASING I iT g
HA VE NEW COACH1 berth in the Hawkeye forward ,w all CADVRTSNGi
rIare generally considered the pick mg
(Continued From Page Six) LNU IContinued From Page Six) NTof the Big Ten tackle crop. ------- ICEa
stone also pursued some furtherĀ± PaekSix)bIy shemBtrgensilfch
studyof physical education in a;--- Glen Thstlethwaite, Coach It is. an .interesting coin- --~ ~sto
Ten members of the Michigan college in Massachusetts before en- (Continued From Page Six')Ingwersen places great stress cidence that Mayes McLain, 21F T UT Ipri
football squad will make their last terg the possible victory. on the playing conditions. pound fullback on the Iowai FRAT HOUSES, ATTENTION 171
squawi a e hei lat teingthecoaching profession. IemadA almMci
appearances in Wolverine grid togs Coach Johnstone has for four Probably overshadowing this iit team, rghlalalcem, ichi- NOT
n p t of trdit Ohi tat The Wolverine coach also pins gn's right halfback wear the T
when the Maize and Blue eleven years been director of athletics in an pos w raon, 1 his hopes for a formidable offen- same number, 11; while Sim- We have just traded in a $600.00 and
will attempt to upset the invading the public schools in Pontiac where and Illnois will stage another last sive on a dry playing field, as Al i rall and Glassgow are both Brunswick Electrical Panatrope. per
Iowa team at the Stadium this he has also given considerable val- ditch struggle at Urbana. Should Dahlem and Jim Simrall, Michi- labeled 17. We defy you to tell this from new. Onl
afternoon. uable aid in the coaching of swim- both Wisconsin and Iowa lose, the gans pony banks, will be of little A wonderful instrument for your RIDI
Those closing their collegiate m and gymnastics as well as or- victor in/ the Buckey-Illini scrap use if the turf is heavy. Ray Cragin can readily qualify as dances, especially as it will give sho
football careers with todpy'sgand gynotesve lasses will be able to claim the champion- the best all-around performer on vlume from a mere whisper to full ten
gae r-C .Go Ich amizinig one of the very few classes si. bealo laiven hampioen d- It still remained somewhat the present squad after today's! orchestral volume. All
games are: Capt. George Rich, in Michigan high schools in fenc- si. Both elevens have been de night as .to game. Starting his career as a Al
Otto Pomnmerening, George Squier. Iing. fae neadbt ekt o uncertain last somew amte.presen sarafer toda' rhetalvlue
maymove nthe srng ofth eetres whether M i c h i g a n would center, Cragin has played both An unheard of Bargain
Raymond Cragin, Marshall Boden, This is not Coach Johnstone's ToveIllnoi nwib the s inaugurate the yellow jerseys right and left guard in addition to iPIAN
William Dansby, Ray Parker, Er- first connection with the Univer- tha buie icago wibthesm used in the Navy game on the the pivot iposition, besides occa- at ist
nest McCoy, Robert Williams, sity of Michigan as he Was em-M aleri hiag wit s home field for the first time, sionally working FS t tackle on de- mu
Louis Kubicek, John Totzke andMilWkradHmrtmhem
Dallas Whittle. ployed during the past summer as backfield. To combat these ground or not. fense. This afternoon he is slated $300.00 tun
a coach of swimming, wrestling, g ,to start at a different post, right of
Of the ten men, Captain Rich is fencing, and boing in the sum- gainers, Wile, who will appear as As the Iowa uniform includes tackle. Terms if desired 160
the only te who leas completed mer school for coaches. As is in- head coach at Ohio State for the black jerseys with gold lettering
three y one oharsity competition. dicated above CoachJohnstone is' last time today, is expected to start that look very much like those of STOFFLETSo
He first broke into the lineup as a a very versitile athletic. Holman, Eby, Kriss, and Cory. The the Wolverines, it seems probable 54,E
fullback, on the 1926 Conference The fencing squad has been giv- game should uncover a lot of de- that . the fans will have unusual Hawkeyes will hold a weight 54NTC
championshtip.tea'm, 'having two en one end of the auxiliary gym- ceptive plays since neither team is opportunity of seeing Michigan's advantage over the Wolves, NOTICE
All-Americans, Fiedman and Oos- nasiumnof the new Intramural excepted to place reliance on a eleven arrayed in the canary hue. but Michigan's heavy pair of WE BUY USED CLOTHING LOST
terbaan, as teammates. building in which to practice and line smashing offensive. s H. BENJAMIN Bl
ends bring the averageuptoH.BENJA
Otto Pommerening became a the squad has been holding their Two great halfbacks will duel for Both squads will enter the h .i215 E. Washington Phone 4310
regular in 1927, and developed into workouts there for the past week. individual honors at Lafayette contest with their full with three pounds of 'that T. T. S.,c
one of the best linemen in the Rubber mats have also been sup- when Indiana and Purdue engage strength, the return, of Joe of the invaders' forward wall. NOTICE-Dial 3916, Moe Laundry, W A
Conference during the present plied the team but it is still no- in another traditional game. Ben- Gembis to the lineup after an __204 N. Main, for laundry service. tick
season. He has composed an inte- ticable that. fencing is practically nett, Indiana's star, and Pest Welch absence of two weeks having Sub be f the Michianensian Small enough to do good work, --
gral part of the impregnable left the only intercollegiate sport at of Purdue are the backs. The considerably enhanced Michi- Sbscri for gn i large enough to give servce. 41 WAN
side of the line. Michigan in which the members of Boilermakers will be seeking a vic- gan's hopes for a good show- nov, . It costs only $4.00. tio
George Squier also received his the squad have to furnish all of tory to boost their position in the ing. -_ W AI
first letter in 1927, and has' held their- own equipment. standings to the .500 mark. tick
doin right tackle berth during The squad which will continue The forward pass should play an The eyes of Conference and Mid-
most of the games this season. to prepare for the opening of its important part in the Dartmouth- dle Western critics will be fastened T 1 NCOKETHUD
Ray Cragin, though in his first season is about the same as be- Northwestern fray at Evanston, an on at least two of the performers CORXN W ELL COA LJ - CK Ea
year of Varsity competition proved gan practice at the opening of intersectional clash. in today's fray, as Pommerening,tsh
his worth during the Illinois game school without a coach. Wiggers On'
when he substituted for Bovard, is developing in all of the events
who was injured, at center. Since but is specializing in the epee and Scranton, Pocahontas
that game he has been used in the I will probably- be the varsity's 4
line during some portion of every strongest man in this event. Winer Kentucky and West Virginia Coal
tilt, and has .won the right to start and Dowsette are the other twoSolvay and Gas Coke
at right tackle against the Hawk- men working for a position in the c * I
eyes this afternoon. epee division of the sport.
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Arthur W. Stalker, D.D., Minister
Samuel J. Harrison, Associate
Minister and Student Director
10:30 a. m.-Morning Worship.
Dr. Stalker's sermon subject:
"Jesus With a Doubter," sec-
ond of a series entitled "Jesus
with Individuals."
"The Deader's Faith in Man-
kind," Prof. Carrothers' sub-
ject; "What May I Believe?"
R a 1 p h Johnson's subject;
"Agora," discussion group.
6 p. m.-"Mansions," a play by
Wesley players.
7:30 p. m.-"The Herald and
His Message," Rev. Samuel J.
Huron and Division Sts.
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Dale H. Moore, Associate
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell, Secretary
for Women
9:30 a. m.-Church School.
10 a. m.-Student Class in Audi-
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Mr. Bennett Weaver, English
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formerly head of the School of
Religion at Michigan State
State College.
10:45 a. m.-Morning Worship,
Dale H. Moore preaching. Ser-
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5:30 p. m.-Social Hour for
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6:30 p. m.-Young People's So-
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R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard R. Chapman, Minister
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6:30-Special-Student meeting
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9:30-Church School.
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Mr. Heaps will give an illus-
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Rev. Mr. Henry Lewis, Rector
Rev. Mr. T. L. Harris, Assistant
8:00. a. m.-Holy Communion.
9:30 a. m.-Holy Communion
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