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OFFENSE BISTRJESSEU Intramural Programn " INE f OLVERINE NATATORS GAIN POSIT IONS lson Is l Selected !MICIGA'S STAFF Of COACH
INC IM GAdds Two Acti<vities I s H-arrier Captain C O T S
IN enelreacrdn oa alNrt aoa a lce CO RTSRIMA E hle Itramura sports programn 9ON ALAMERICAN_[IERCOLLEGIAT>, TFAM 'laSiouxBeFORnYEARLY CONFERENCER
Orwig's Injury Does Not Appear' announcement made yesterday byl Nne Wovet'uwi natators have schools to place men l iu ei-h ofUlucaptain of, the 1929 Wolverine!DrcorYs il edDhcaiun~coi
To Be Serious; Varsitym a a PaulinWDirkctorAssistant HDirectortito
Offense oIs Ertic 1 inicludeathee addition of two few' gainaed the coverdhnro bigsvneens h oe
Y Of orEfieiggsvete Who Will COflrY ea a a eein
aciite, a el: intuci n n pac d on te A jei an ite-IPrevious Feat nclfJ/rcd wich xvas held yesterday noon O F or htc oilD at the var
achiteyandaney:instrmualiockey plceoliate swi m an iaser-Michigan's fealt in gaining 13 when the Varsity team picture was FrCiaoassociatic
DEFENSE LOOKS STRONG1Iaceyadjf nrmrlhce olgaeminin ema e1pae cisstercr fteitkn
_ Circuit for all men on the campusee ted by frank i. Sullivan in the s lcs ciss hfecrollotkn, wsavaube a owend
1 neeteYnte sotan hae1927 squad by one, as 12 W\oveine Bnonws alalmntoMETA HTL HR AN''went
Search for a forward to re laeeintrsted inore Vartyadwo c uie n Ttercollegiate sYuimnifing gid were so 'honored during that sea- the team this yar as he finishedthfot
the injured Kanitz may have ended llein ust released. Caclh Matt Man'sI son. Darnall, Hubbell, Spindle, and ; wel up in the running in all of the! Headed by Director of Athleticsld
if the basketball practiceyetra Arhery,an art long neglectedi proteges gaieo etrdythrea} hia 3 places on the, Wagnxer are on the all-Aneican races whlich the Michigan harriers! Fielding H. Yost, a delegation of sol
is any indication of the probable heea .ihgan, as now finally mythical agr c,,e <on. four more:;aggregation for the second cose- entered With the experience which eight of the staff of the Michigan !tint oft
lineup for Friday's tilt fith Michi-I succeeded in working its way upon~ than their clo t st rival, Yale, was!ctv er nte ero optto il tltcAscaii illaehr
gattt.hoerskwk a regular sports program. Dr. ' able to secure.Swmesootrcleg hoadohsrungabiyt-cnw tonight for .Chicago to attendte Ath
working out at the vacant position Lymdanta skilled sr archer has been Darnall Lead s In Places merit attention through olgaiigcpaniexetdtopoetseBgTnmeinswihwl eadta
admyseatointeoeigscrdtintutadaid the 1
and ay se acionin te opninBob Darnall, captain of the 1928+ places in more than one event areI of great value to the team next " held Friday and Saturday at thei termine
gm.students to gain a -thorough know- !Sildteaiga ougSnor ya Hotel Sherman. 199w
Ori h a nue nTe-edge of the use of both bow and t i, leads tlv- Mate and Blue ! Shieli wowsijre nTe-naa~r ih fY~,ds f rehm o ugsnTe.,We ,Mnoad ryr aesTi oce
day's scrimmage does not appear tor shaft. events, the( 0,lplacesthe te ditne s i s Jryn - < -J 1Ow gto iic lnss fPoesrte sa
have been seriously hurt. He was Also in past years only those ,20 at ,co ti ~yvcasw
free style. IIo<Lsjtedi with Hlouse Datouth and Iowlancd of Yale ; will nol-G answer Coach arrel's call1 Aigler, chairman- of the Board in! Te C
onehefloryeterayalhoghhiselgilefonadthprte sprinotsoYle Scih. oUcct .tiicol inth sritshScot o WlContreolfal henthfcoAtchltetCotrlcfsAhltis rPrfesortesoil
thigh was well bandaged. Dal make the Varsity hockey squad, tit wa *, e inthe heads the brast stroker. Wh~lilc -cas,.i opens in the Big Ten, and Prayer who has been vice-chair-!adi
Whtleas boeinoth ieuaond anopotntyt0ngg i ata ~ardfe style and in Colbathr of Northwestern leads the this abundance of material, augu- iman of the board for several years,+ eso
at forward for a while, replacing ti pplahpoteit hecr b 0ad 100 .fac dvrs ene b woo tre f h mr Iwllmkete rp sMihga'
Ori.pletion of the :work on the Cols- tebcFridayacydvr.- e e ytwnrtre ftemreIwl ae h rpasMcia's55 if
Or mphasuizhoeverofaclitisparynow Two other Wovries Garnet ____ romiising men from the present representative on the faculty con-i
EpaieSoigPas ready to accommodate all those Ault and Fran&i Waaitis, gained' Amng yearling- squad, as well as some mtttee. Aogi
Tepreiinr wr yesterday -whcaet play the game but i disinction by A>eing placed in two ood runners who were on the Var- HedCahsWeaIfobl tti
teroonfenerTedchiflyuaud who are 'unable to go out for the ent. ulwaslced i thecity squad this year, but did not Mann, swimming, Fisher, baseball, of ei
throfeseuTelarit squad.I20aii 40y-1 wm wieW run in any races, should give Coach i nd Keen, wrestling, will. attend I erae tra(
]20ad10ydswmwhl awsgvna drill on retaining pos- reguarh squad. ha carelatis was am o g the best in the 50; Faroell a good choice for his 1929 tjhe coaches' conventions. Harry A the swim
wa gie oc orywohdIIThee
session of the ball as well as a sta- of the Varsity' players, has also yard -free style and fancy diving. teamReam. Tillotson, Business manager of the seealc
ling practice. During tithe early -been placed at the head of the pro- Two tI~ackst rokers Honored 1 1With iiteriraternty swimming A At the san-i meeting that Cap- Ahei soitoadSafr
part of the workout, the regulars oe 1i-. and handball already well under- tain Benson was elected, Donald H. Phelps, Publicity Director, will I mnoin g
looked rather ragged. posd eague. Pans at present i- TI-icother iiichigan swimmers -a n h rsln ontto edwsifre hth a opeetecia I will cox
elude the formingof several teams ' awarded places on the all Ameri - wto bedhe rstongDccomandiioat-bend hseinfomerothhe hCr oss-etScheul igndeeato.CosdeIseipovmntwsAnnouncedheue whilereFobWleri te.5Uo:ehldol e. 0ad a hiet
Consderale iprovmentwas nd aforml scedul of lay. can eamare ob Wlkerin te 50IteneoncshbengntrnednogberetocoutrytoamforsextSeaso.dulecomletescheulecordte ttw ocemlot
shown however, when a Scrimmage cnta All men desiring to enter this yard free sylAl ,grint e 100 ball s T eigtypnof play inst e t- countr-_______________son
Thele Aastlndu wt rwglaeSea nmswtl och40yrdsr~;tDc in he fast'I1+.will include sceuetii fo the Atholeoplete t
was ordered to top off. the drill. competition, shold manage to yardafreeThtye.yTe ofWatso in the frtriybsebl ircut ery 'igte ,ddr days has been announced, which199i-
and Truskowski at forwards, Ca-Lowey 'sometime this weekwhwile andGog fibeii h atost artd iostieamration niou 1 4i e itic Directors,Fautreesna
mnan at center, and Rose and Lov- ;thoseainttd instroke, and 1 1> to sttt;vin Ticket managersrandecoaches!TItra
ell at the guards. Captain MCCO ebe ain trk, Fgnul3(.i Wagner in the ua casrwic;il onie1e&lfIf Ot£icl~ ieTivt arigsprs.aAdtothee
gYarchery are asked to meet Dr. L-bestsrul)s~ndIan anratr tesnChich willoli. uys.'ins o- - chi I T-cmetn wl pe ih Atoahe
was not at the practice. man any afternoon at the new In- reattrkarnlad.Wgrafe the only Wolverinesys. I o-n o the vaiosIpot . coache~s-
Defense Looks 1ood tramural sports buildinag. ar the a re nct oly vaf Wlveine onthe The system of Class A and 13I liglut('CO athletes who werenmeni- Tconvention of me ti-th iclpAthletic whDirec- besofs
Theoposng"Rd"fie asiuli~L sW- ~interfrateiit~y basketball whirl, licit; of the Wolverine football- tors at nine o'clock Friday morn- rtmofn
forwards, McDonald at center and ranged to play its home basketball Michigan the soled vntadcontiaued ;again this year. Over ed last- Septembersfsinsedtheir Ibasketball will gather for informal nual rnadCsiga urs nal in it rue r xetdt erp-gi aer tMcia ihtecssosa h aetm.A hISot
d e e siana e n J f e r o i h s h o o r h o h la c e ih e a l 1 -i - f f yh3e a e e p c - d t b e -po s ea r e s a i h g n w i h t e r s i h a h a e t m . s t - c S o t
rvyo n uhn tgad. Agameas inm. esi hg cho out1f h 4, wt 3 oi resented- =in this form of, comipt- end of the 1928 season, gridiron schedules for 1929 have al-'b h l
surisinglby bshton efes a ynsu.tos te ams whichngainedCton wichi vies with speedoball for Among the men not returning ready been arranged and ananounc-.
erce ybt em uigteseveral places site Yale with nine, ln h eevda nld dtefobl oce ilpo- Direct
scrimmage and very few chances DETROIT.-Carson Cooper of Northwestern v. ithi six, Princeton popularity: The samte style of de- adworciean""icuee h otalcahswl rb
o shoot were offered to eitherDerisledn th Amrcnad atouhwtforpe termination of champions is used 1 Marshall Boden,,-Detroit; Raymond, ably devote the period to discus- presiden
quintette. gopo oky ~ ~ that- employed in speedbal. Each Cragin, Leominster, Mass.; Walter ISion " of possible changes in the Ipreside
The varsity offense finally be- in_ ihgnauN il eeteol team plays through a league Geistert, Grand Rapids, who played rules to be suggested to the Na-PalW
gan to gather power however, and Jl~T'IJ JTAV D'Tl!~schedule, x with the winners of the a year at Hillsdale college before1 tion-al Committee on Football rules th-iInt
shortly after Truskowski pushed in 0 £V=I RINL N TAT) VIL~L LENTER1 league, determlineld, eliminilatin (sUeteing Michigan; George Squier,lwhich is appointed at the anl sey,
a shot after following up a toss, T. P ELM N R AQTI M E S then in order. S outhi Haven, Mich; John Totzke, imeeting of the National Cleit leave tor
Danny Rose managed to elude the ---R L -JN .Y Q ATC E T ______------- B enton H-arbor, Mich; Dallas Athletic Association, whcowlleatego
0-ittle, Chicago, Ill.; and Robert held late in December in New Or- Washk
lose "Red" defense and broke Inaugurating the 1928-29 tank ei One 0orItwo medley teams will TRACK MAN~IGER TRIY()lPI vih'-iDtri, Mc.len hi er.Cah ot I ntramu
through for a shot from under the season for Michigan, Coach Matt be made uip f Iztoae hMichiganWilasDtrtMc.enshsya.CohYstsa
asket. Lovell and Chapman added Mann's Varsity team wl atc-cnign oetrtesaesno -- lie other nine men who will mme fteNtonlrlscn-IPresent
thiers. pt IYtw eesowDc2lel0 ar lipanic (rceAl iii~i~ im CCIdnet- wear a Michigan grid uniform mittee. Ithe Intr
Cuses Trouble bedvddo hsoc- Det ae- lntho aa eetrfehe (s ig In v't are Fred Asbeck, Lakewood, Baseball Coaches Convene
BaIaiosqa wl sol ityotfo sssau~uiii- Ohio; Albert IBarley, Marian, Ind.; 'lie bsbalcIts, oevr
Judging from last night's scrim- sion, 10 men going to Toronto un- ion this year prio r to Dec. 25, the IIships should repot at Ghle Field 1!WillainDanbMnoMc. I wiebll araghe199sc hedues, AIo
nage, ti-i varsity offensive is still der Coach Mann for a -dual -meet annual Christma~s trip of the swim- house any afternoon between 3 isKceCIca,l.;i illrnestthir 92ormedues
ather eratic an-d will probably re- with the Toronto Y. M. C. A., while mers as bee i tsailed to a single and 5 oklock. -(co.Ietot rnkMoea during th-e morning meeting,-which(as. it
eive the major attention of the 15 swimmers, including several meet. FWven ineiiibrs of the team Iticaad l Grtscl, ?Led o, Ohio; Robrt .Morgan, Toldo may be continued in the afternoon o iter
oaches.. On the defense, however,,+ freshmen, will compete in an A. will go to Cl-eveia id Dec. 22 for a IMnge.IOio aarke, nnAr o,n ifteshdlsreotcpctd'trug
the Blues were very strong, the op- A. U. meet in Detroit. meet with the Cleveland Athletic - ----------------o Roger Slater Webster Grove, Mo.J Relations betweein high schools , enarged
oients scarcely having a chance The Toronto 'Y' team is rgr-cu.--------------- ----------- and colleges wilbdscseata (o
o shoot at all. Little .Joey Balsa- ed as one of the strongest ii Cal-- -Michigan tudei it-: wil not havc______111111111111111111111!l11111111111111111161_______
no, was causing considerable ada, anidwill give the Wolverines a an opportunity to see the Maize F
trouble to the varsity guards by his real test in their first dual meet of and Blue tan hmei' in action until=z

IES WILL LEAVE
CONFAB TONIGHT1
>r the athletic directors of
ges and the secretaries of
ious high school athletic
.ons at noon. This will be
by a joint meeting 'be-
,he athletic directors alnd
ball, coaches at 1:30, which
)e one of the most impor-
the entire session.
Other -Coaches Meet
e same time the wrestling
1k coaches will meet to de-
the Big Ten schedules for
chile the minor sports
will meet Friday night for
e purpose.
,onference faculty commit-
convene somtime Friday,
scheduled to go into joint
with the Ath-letic directors
tight at tlhe University club.
she matters to. be taken up
meeting are the awarding
adoor and outdoor Confer-
ck championships, and also
riming titles.
:onvention will close with
meetings on Saturday
s. TI-i athletic directors
ntinue their discussions,
ie swimming coaches and
other sports who have not
d arrangements for the
edules will meet to com-
e sports schedules.
,mural Officers Convene
same time the Conference
and directors convene to
Varsity sports, four m fin-
Michigan's Intramural' de-
Lt will be attending the an-
Leting of the Intramural
ssociation which will also
at the Hotel Sherman.
Mitchiell To Preside
or Mitchell of Michigan, as
it of the Association, will
over the meetings,. while
ishke, assistant director of
,ramural Department, Earl
and A. A. James will also
night for the convention -in
ewill give a talk on the new
tral Sports building 'and the
and future programs which
"amural sports staff intends
;urate at Michigan.
sociation'IHas Grown
ugh originally - a group
from Big Ten schools, the
ion, with the, rapid growth
,est in Intramural athletics
Lout the country, has been
J to include the Intramural
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mad dlashes down the floor al-
though he seldom got a chance at
a clear shot.
Chapman seems to be rounding
into shape at the center berth
again and the Blue -five was get-
tinrg the tipoff f regularly. He is
being groomed to -fill Oosterbaan's
shoes on offense instead of playing
back as he did last year., He _aod
Truskowski were quite, promfinei
in the struggles underneath the
"Iced" basket, both having suffi-
cient height to give them a decid-
ed advantage over the smaller op.
posing guards.
NEW YORK .-:-Fort Wayne is
leading the American professional
basketball league.

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the- season. The A. A. U. meet is to January. Coac h iann is goingto
be held,- in the Women's City club Chicago this S-tur day to draw up
pool under the auspices of the Dol- the Big Ten .s-hed- Oe for the sea-
phhii Swimming club. The Michi-' son. A me' m. with Northwestern,
gan natators, will -be represented- in Michigan's st o n ,est Conference
four events on the program, rival, is tee i v~r.'y scheduled for
The 100 yard handicap will find a tIhe middle AfzM, reh. It is -expect-
la1rge entry of Maize and Blue con- -ed that seveoi-a I other good meets
testants. Several men will swime in will be arn11_'>i Hfo new intra-
the Ul4chigan A. A. U. senior 150J mural bu ild int)-; 'o1. The Wolver-
yard 'back strobe championship,j nes will be !e( tding their title
while the open fancy diving event as Big- Teo (T, , ; spions this sea-
willda other Wolverine perform- son.

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