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December 19, 1928 - Image 7

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WEDNESDA'Y, DECEAMER 19, 192~

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

fPG(OPIERS WILL BE MOST I ILLINI ANNOUNCE
OFAPLEAS U E NTIWA RIVAS SPO R T S SCHEDULE
(Special To The Dai 'sccial rTi ''e I )aix )
IOWA CITY, Dec. 18.-Minnesota URBANA, Ill., Dec. 18.-Rec-c
athletes will be the most frequent ognized as a national classic, theu
rivals of University of Iowa men University of Illinois indoor relay
(Continued- From Page Six) in six winter and spring sports be- carnival March 16 tops the indoord
enson stamped himself as a first- tween January and June, according track events for the Illini, who willf
rate performer. The McIntyre- to the Hawkeyes' Big Ten schedule. meet Notre Dame and Iowa in dual!
Gordon match was decided by the Gophers and Hawkeyes Will clash meets.
closest possible margin, the former in eight contests, and when tennis Interesting schedules in gym and
gaining a 31-second time advan- and golf schedules are arranged, fencing, swimming and wrestling
tage over his rival. Going behind there is a possibility of two more promise plenty of indoor entertain-
his opponent in the early minutes tilts. Two basketball and baseball ment for the Illini. The champion'
of their match Mabius gained an games are augmented by track, wrestlers will invade the Missouri
advantage which Rossman was un- swimming, wrestling, and gymnas- valley to encounter Missouri.
able to overcome despite his plucky tic dual affairs The baseball schedule is to be
comeback with less than a minute Chicago appears on the Old Gold completed by a southern trip and
to go. Stone was unable to over- schedule six times double basket- he assignment of ates for one or
come a heavier and more experi-- ball and baseball games, as well as games with Mississippi A. and
enced rival in Berg but put up a a wrestling and swimming meet. .college ihich will come north.
valiant struggle.BOsaka Mainichi and Meiji univer-
Middleweights Look BGoodaetblaeba' and ckacon- sity, two Japanese teams whom the
Four men remain in the running with Michigan teams. . Illini played on their Japanese
for 155-pound honors. Burleson, I h em i trip, will visit Illinois field.
for 55-pundhon~s. urleon, Before ;the completion of the in- The annual interscholastic meet
who gained the second round by tercollegiate season in June, Hawk- .Te hel Mayr17 asti1 men
default, Smith and Parker who eye teams will have met every Big will be held May 17 and 18 when
gained decisive falls, and Koffnan Ten university with the exception Michigan will be the track rival
victor over Fuss with a time ad-o and Ohio State and Notre Dame
vantage of 4 minutes, will meet to- wsern each ea will play baseball.
day in semi-final competition. In in four contests, Wisconsin on The 1929 football schedule lists
the 170-pound class Thrush took jthe schedule for three, and Ohio Iowai stead of Indiana but other-
a lead over the rest of the field by State for two. wise there is no change m Big Ten
gaining a victory over Foster by a foes. Kansas io and e ad y b
fall. Sigerfoos and Southworth will scheduled for this afternoon. In intersectional gam
meet tomorrow for the other final the 175-pound class Stienke, Blow- games to be played at Illinois.
round position. ney, and Richardson will see action
Competition in the heavier divi- while in the unlimited class Soren- Subscribe to The Michigan Daily,
sions did not materialize yesterday son, Hogberg, Stoddard, Hager, $4.00 a year
and the bulk of these bouts are Castle, and Southworth remain.
_.u i HRISTMAS GITS

WESTERN BASKETBALL TEAMS TURN BACK EASTERN t d0 Pi0State cubed t.
INVADERS WITH LOSS OF ONLY SINGLE GAME After all, evolution deals in gen-
(Continued From Page Six) -cralities, and, generally speaking,
State showed the same lack of also had three veterans from the quintet deep below Patten gym- Pitt and Penn have had their
consideration for the visitor's rep- powerful 1927-28 team back, but nasium on the next eve, a stalwart share of spanking for this year.
utation the next evening, and Butler didn't seem to realize or defense holding the diminutive One out of seven gamts produced
Michigan completed the rout by'; care for whom it was playing in Panther forwards to 24 points an eastern victory i contrast to
downing the Quakers 34-21 in the Pitt's first game which ended with while the Wildcats ran up 34. And last year's perfect record. Perhaps
final tilt of the trip to give the Big the Panthers' claws clipped to the this was followed by another loss it was a revolution. Anyways,
Ten its third straight victory and tune of 35-33. Northwestern, to Wisconsin to give the Panthers here's praise for the Conference
ample revenge for the numerous though known for its co-eds, seems an equal rating of three straight teams and their coaches and pity
beatings it received in 1927. to have produced a few he-men, in the bucket. But alas-evolu- for Penn and Pitt--and may they
Pitt, the champion high scorers, and five of them buried the Pitt tion proved false on a blue Monday always beat the cast and lost to
-__the west.
PALO ALTO, Calif.-Don "Mush"
Muller, for two years end on the
powerful Stanford grid team has
been elected to captain the 1929
team. Muller is regarded as oue
of the headiest players on the
f 'squad.

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P, S. The !After-Six' is good this season, it will be just as good
the season. after and the season after that-the Thos. Heath cut

tion in dollars smaller.

Especially notable in

this respect are the new Christmas selections
sent by our permanent London office.
May we remind you that you will have
only one or two days in which to do your
shopping while you are here. If you desire
to make your selections from a complete stock
we would advise you to make purchases here
before you go home.

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