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THURSDA.EY, DLEEMBU-I , i,1928

TF,MIlCHIG.A.N

DAIL

- PA'1i~ S~YT~

0, YOBK S WINS IJNANIMOI.JS ACLIM1oahe o Lae tbIel
w ., to t' ~a~kover EP$
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POMMER[NIN8t Sport Brzefs Coitt71nud1.'om ~'ags Six) - i
Wolverine Star Is Considered As considerable mention in' Al-Con- to all reports. Within'the next two the Conference. 1jvi;. NOIC
1928 Campaigns elected captain of the 1929 Un= Gehringer and Rice 'will not be1 met
_ versity of Iowa football team'. He traded or. released in order t
__ on'Mind
IGTN SPRTPPitDis the first backfield man to cap- make way for the injection of new NOTIC
____tan a Hawkeye eleven since 1924 blood which Detroit so badly needs. Wa s .° "20M
Otto Pommerening, Michigan's, lie
~Star tackle in the football season M1 '"Vuss" M1arshl, 20-year-old Ted Wilmarth, star Michi- Is In Oit.r Store -. - W h ether it be 4%T1'N
just past, has been rewarded forr amateur star of the Regina, gan State distance runner, was . TPIN
tseeletpaaswlasteCanada, Monarchs, was pur- elected to, succeed' Lauren .. rts
riece llenat play as winellastery chased ,yesterday by the Chi- Brown as captain of the 1929 CR VS
moment of play -by being placed on c. ago lackhawvks'for what was cross-country team. Both of CRAtterns * iANO
aconsiderable number of all- said to be the highest sum ever these men will be available for 'm ll Ut frA
American teams paid by a major league hockey competition next. year and the guc1atls A
In itselecionslastfor an amat~eur. } Spartans expect to have an- muicr
Iannouncing isslcin at Wl il eloncpue other strong hill and dale Snxc QQN Srpstne
the following tribute to the Wol-."WlBilMhloncpue sua.A 16f M
veadnI aaue ,tack e: N w Y r S n p i the play off to detrine othe The inner circles of the national I
Calbybya fihtfocaprncile"(t l HOSE1 1 60
"Now we come to the kingpin! ,. winner of Hawaiis st $5, pen -
positions on a football line-thle Otto Pommerening gol hminhp by defeating Hce egewr crdtdy' I S
b y a " i g t f ral sn i l e " I , ,I - M A
tacke s. a ir an oradof slashingaces asiyFed Morrison~ of Alhambra, Cal, bylasted more than three hours and lOO dO%3C Iy oi 1U S10 So.OV
from mediocrity . Line defense re- Michignan of a berth, for the rd fourth, 73'tosrk agni crn over the difficult Honolulu lay- l ended with President Calder of . ~a i~ ~1 o
° I~Montre'al swepingly victorious over . ARkL/L' (iwool dOSC Wih ClO0CkS
volves about these key positions. consective year, on the most out. the New 'York Americans on the
Poinmerening Heads List prominent of the All-American ibgqet~ fterrgtt of
"A ewtacle lome upabvefootball teams. Pommerening, who Hailed as a comingca-
17 ohws' gchi- io' l iner biliat yongIgoal keping service of Roy Wort-;NRT
thi - EAnAbrcolleagues during the season Is nntArbor prdusct although;
of 1928, even as the peaks of theI only tipping tesae t18was, Bronx featherweight,iill met - 15E
Prsietiliagepevrsadwcited by many as being the most] Johnny Dundee, former title- Udfae nforyas !h 1rilIlnt oic l ors
thP ieM un aidf otilsta grssve ieanin thocountraholde , U dfind inf u his t e l3 i1 Mt1 O Inext ttest at .Mou tai foShiri.pndsa gNOT]
adiantetrbttoCa ch 1 Madson nSquh are Gard~en; -Dcc. Shorties" football team of the T y
Rleading .from left to right they are ' A.i-IAinScol hv
'Wieman as- one of the country's 1.Sneilb irti h fenxIj a col ae~GLOVY § os
Otto Pommerening; Hibbs,. Dressel, lead ing line coaches. y 1l ingermoillthe frsc i halees4mase{he:tgorestta.o
Milr GcthLsmaadSerurl________________ gles'1,60, points to their opponents I 01 IUni.
"il;All things to as ,considered, aOtto peer-neshould he omake ean ip rsve 12.aseth staearigtewrnot' 'stl 'ofYP
merening of Mchigan as the Veenker XWT11'Sneak sIItliaing against thec ittle Iscoredhupon. 'he. wee ot it isi2 ~c ite SyCTP oo n
the 1928 campaign. His compelling At Cochs Meetinu¢' Eight Eastern football play rs Gray buckskin and
personality, .his indefatigable zeal' John L. Parks, has been selected haealed accepted invitationttan mak
on attack and defense, prevented afootbs allta. ark12Wscasin1tQ paConlheall-Eslertsqad oshow Xou.tan
disintegrating before the assault oI'OnDmber 15, the Michigan !scati fr 129Wscni pla~alro teay aa lsudo ' "a n ~iU i1W~
oftbl tamOnrs a played 122 that will play an all-Western sos
superior teams. Here is another of High School athletic association~ guard for two years and during the team December 29 at San Franc- 1
those "lost cause" fighters, like will be the guests. of the Unziver- past year. he was recognized as one isco in, a game for the benefit of l AR
-their heads when those about are sity Athletic association in their Western Conference grid circles. city. Coach Andy Derr of Wash- l NOTIC
losing. theirs, who stand as firm as annual meeting to clarify the in- ington- and Jefferson is making the1 608 E. Liberty S. N atory
Thomas at Chickamauga when terpretation of basketball rules. White boxing' gloves are to Eastern selection.rc
their c m raecomradesin onTareoriyieldingwil b on bTheen atmorninglinossession~-r./will'A.fbe~--de-",~bee^.given av . trial '/rin++ Illino "rs. Th e -P°+'__ __ __ __ _ __ __ __f__ __erce___ _ _
either side. To star on a winning voted to talks by George Veeniker, Illinois State Athletic Conmmis- -. . ~~- Onily
team is a fine achievement, sure Wolverine basketball, coach, and sion has decided to try whitejI
enough, but to blaze like a beacon other members of the University, gloves because boxers Have sie
light on a side. that is taking more coaching staff. The afternoon been incapacitated for long, ten
than its share of punishment is a meeting will be devoted to basket-i periods by having the dye from G-E NT LE M EN 1P 8. EF FE R B L N D SAl
Still greater feat. All hail, Otto ball demonstrations. At night the the gloves infect bruises. ne
Pommerening, savior of a lost association will be guests of the . .-

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c
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Wed., Thu.. Fri. c
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NOTICE
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,corner of South University
Forest. Let us save you 20
ent on your repair work.
one shoe factory in town
rt ,BOOTS fr'omu $10up; golf
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different leather.,,styles, $6
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LOSAT

4

tcause! 'Athletic association at theUrn-; Stanley ±Harris, new Detroit base-
Yost Lauds Otto! versity of Pennsylvania-Michigan ball manager, will attempt a radi-
"Fielding Yost never lets parti- basketball game. cal revision of the personell of the
.san bias interfere with his judg-I-
ment. 'No tackle in the West is
, ,even close to Pom'merening,' said 1
-Yost.. 'This tough-fibered, tireless'
chap is unexcelled at working on
the opposing tackle. On defense he ' r
slashes through to the heart of the ... - AN
play, piling up masses at center
or ranging wide to nip as sweet WANNG-
-runner behind- the line. He almost Yi hudbi~
'always beats his ends down under step with st !e,-
kicks, rcovering punts better than' n e , h
-yany tackle I ever saw, and I've seen Music -
gall the good ones out West sincea
1895-wSchacht, Walker, Hawkins,
Below, Curtis, Buck, Shull, Mc- 1
3'Gurie,, and the rest. Pommeren-
ing's play was so uniformly good
,throughout the past year that it
isn't possible to single out any par-lend nhi ndh nvr\he
ticular feat of his for mention. We
-us down.,
"' Pommerening isn't very big,
; but he is an India rubber man,
~bobbing up wherever the enemy
least wants to see him., His fly-
Sing tackles-hair-raising things to
-see-cut off two touchdowns in the MihgnSaegm n*pie
SNavy's, chance to score.
"'Having witnessed a tottering;j j
:Michigan line in October, Poinmer- E Tho Man: "These Smith Smart dress oxfords
:cuing assumed an offensive roleI"
once his mates had begun to find) sure feel fine on my feet."
dheselesin idNovmbr. t'The Maid: "Yes, they look good °- and they
was Pomn Pom's knife-like charge don't feel so bad on my feet, either."
that sliced Iowa's redoubtable line
apart during Michigan's 53-yard
drive for a touchdown. On this1
parade Pommerening opened prac- 1x ---
tically every hole for Michigan's!
backs. Twenty-four years old, he! Ir~
is more mature than the average lw
college player, and maturity is a ,
vital ;factor in football. S n h r a t h e
Michigan began by absorbingj
four successive beatings, only to ' Tey StaXy. Smaxrt #
'come back with smashing victories
over Illinois and Iowa. In this Dietzel's Shoe Store
uphill pull Pommerening was the 117 E. Washington Street
'motivating force. He was as great;
in defeat as in victory, the ulti-
mate test of character and class.' "-

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UXYO L

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Phone
63

LOST-A finger ring in Mechanical
Engineering locker room Thurs-
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tune, 8917. 63,64
LOST-On M--16, near Whitmore
Lake, Nov. 28, black bag contain-
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