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January 10, 1929 - Image 7

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a 1TINS lPOINI l 1 schier's studio at 3 o'clock Mon-I( Chet York, national !i~nights of
day afternoon for individual 'Columbus champion, will meet
y edsSewr pictures: Captain Spindle, Hub- ;Hrry Seligson in thc third of ex-
roints In Closely Fought ats rmhw pdmih n enrusa hr akr nls
Scoring MaaceMajnThomCooch.1year's Michigan baseball team will
Mat Man~ oac. Ioppose Willis Kamman co-holder
ERORoIS 'IRD jo - of the national doubles crown 8.--s
E Ja. 10-TheSchaufelberger, in the fourth
Ace Bailey continued to hold the1 MADISON, Wis., Ja.10-h match on court 8.
scoring lead in the N a t i o n a 1; University of Wisconsin will playI In the other matches Bell will
Hockey league race for individual an important part in the staging ;meet Gorelick of Michigan onI
honors despite the challenge of of the outdoor sports at the annul. court 10, Rotlicrburg will play
Nels Stewart, ace of the Montreal Winter Frolic to be held a Wusu Berkowitz on court 12, Donohoe
Maroons, who set a season's record next month. The carnival chair- will meet Bcnzky on 14, and Leduc
by chalkingup three goals in one n-ian, Fred Wiechmann, has receiv-wilopsWheeinteigh
game. Adding a goal and an assist edl an acceptance from the Badger match on ouWert i igt
to his total last week, Bailey topped athletic department which assures ___________
the official list, which includes the the 1929 Frolic undivided co-oper-
games of last Sunday night, with ation from Director George Little "B" GAME SUMMARY
17 points. Stewart amassed 13 and the Carnival winter sports
goals which put him out in front' chief, Johnniy Farquhar. Michigan (37) I
ini this department and is second B FT PF TP
with 15 points, Bailey having 10 MADISON, Wis., Jan. 10.-Georoge' Slagle f ...... 2 1 0 5
goals and 7 assists. 'W. Lewis, athletic business man- Whittle, f.......... 2 0 2 4
Detroit'sstellar ingmai a-1ager and former Badger athiet( 1 Dougal, c............. 30 0 Gl
sngu Copr, whoh has p'lyed i has been appointed coach of the Barley, g.......... 2 2 0 G
bagu-brn o oce alse-Wisconsin golf team. This an-, Lovell, g......... 1 0 0 2a
son at wing, added four points to nouncement was made today by Di- Downing, f ......... 2 1 1 5
his total to regain the lead among rector Little. Lewis, who is one of Weinstein, f........ 2 0 2 4
the American group scorers and the best golfers affiliated with the Dolin53ky, f.........0 0 0 Q 0
take third place for the entire Maple Bluff Club here, is now ar- ( Glocheski, c.......... 1 0 1 2
league. He has accounted for 91 ranging a schedule for the spring. Lytle, g....... 1 1 1
goals and five assists for a total off_________Egeeg....
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IHooly Smith of Montreal is onei $4.00 yearly. Totals .. .. .. .. .. .16 5 7 37
point behind the Detroit Coulter ___________________________________
star and occupies third place in
the Canadian scoring and fourth 11!1111i1 11111111111I11111111111I1l1l111111111111
in the entire league. Blair of To- ."
ronto and Morenz of the Les Ca-!
nadiens are tied for fourth in the =_^
Canadian division. Bill Cook and .= L . RA
Frankie Boucher, speedy flankmen L OI3 =D A'S_
of the New York Rangers, followL O
closely on the heels of the Cana- 1- 4- =
dians will 11 points per. Another'=r
Detroiter, George Lewis, has gain-
ed +the fourth position in the Amer-
ican group scoring race.
Lionel Conacher, burly New York E-
American defense mant seemingly -
had an unchallenged hold as lead- ! Ioss:5 r n
ing penalty drawer, having spent Roesand S rin Fowers
81 minutes in. the penalty .box:~
Others who have incurred the
wrath of the officials are Red Dut-
ton of the Montreal Maroons,
Hooley Smith of the same outfit, Including Hy'acinths, Tipis and =
Eddie Shore of Boston, "Puss" ,
Traub 'of the Cougers, and Alex -N csu
McKinnon of Chicago. Narisss
MADISON, Wis., Jan. 10.-The '
Chicago and Indiana cage teams-
represents the second pair of we~ek-w
end oppnents head of"Doc"
en poet ha f"o"Stare:: Grccn~houss : =
Meanwell's Wisconsin basketball!'
squad. on Saturday of this week 609 E. Williams 1400 Traver St.
the short passing Badger will-
journey to the Midway for a tilt-=
with the Maroons, one of the best-
defensive fives in the Big Ten. "Flowers by Wire,"
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Dusty Rhodes' Free Throw-
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