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FRIDAY, JANUARY if. 1}29

Matmen To Open Season

Tonight As Pucksters Meet Marquette

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CHICAGO LL OPPOSE PHI KAPPA PSI'S
WIN TANK MEET
M h| TEAM Ef Theta Chi Squad Downed In Final
Meet As Victors Pile Up
Swanston Will Replace Hewitt in 27 To 14 Score
Second Bout On Account of C i
Latter's Illness Completing one of the most suc-
cessful indoor tank tourneys to be
conducted by the Intramural de-
NEW MEN TO COMPETE partment, the Phi Kappa Psi
swimming team ammassed a totalI
Opening the Conference mat of 27 points in their final meet
season, Michigan's wrestling team with Theta Chi, to win the Inter-;
will oppose the Chicago aggrega- fraternity swimming title.
tion at 7:30 o'clock tonight in Yost Fields, of Theta Chi provided
field house. Coach Clifford Keen's the first thrill for the enthusiastic
squad will be without the services crowd of spectators by beating
of Bob Hewitt, runnerup at the Patton in the 25-yard free style.
Olympic games last summer, in the His time was 11 seconds flat. Crego,
128-pound division. Hewitt is justs of Theta Chi again thrilled the
recovering from the flu, and is not crowd by tieing the Intramural
in condition to compete. record of 13:48 in the backstroke.
The 118-pound class contest In the breast stroke, Vose and
should be a good bout, with Captain Smith of Phi Kappa Psi came
Fishman opposing Rubin of the through with a first and second.hi
Wolverines. The Maroon leader Pottle gob another first for Phi
lost only one match last season in Kappa Psi in the diving event,
Big Ten meets. Rubin an AMA while Fossom of Theta Chi placed'
winner has just recovered from an second.
attack of influenza. Phi Kappa Psi cinched the meet
Winning To Meet Swanston with a decisive victory in the re-1
Swanston, a member of last lay. Their team consisting of Mc-1
year's freshman team, will replace Gill, Hodgeson, Patton and Tar-
Hewitt in the 128-pound division. bill completed the distance in the
He will face Winning of the Chi- low time of 49:3-5 seconds.
cago team. Coach Norres of the

Purple Five To Play G AI Fraternity Bowling THETA CHI WINS
Undefeated Hoosiers b IETAMlT LIiVL Tourney Will Start IN WATER POLOT

10 TO~l l 'Fi Jn 1.Se 01 TILT W/IH IOWA he1929 Inter-fraternity bowling j ItNVAflEP IWPI TW~
EVANS , l, J 11.-Set trament will get under way to Beat Phi Beta Delta In Third Over-
back in its first two Conference night, in the bowling 'parlors of time Period To Win Fraternity
games, Northwestern's basketball Coach Veenker Announces List Of the Union, according to an an- Championship Marquette Beaten By Wisconsin In
team will travel to Lafayette Satur- Players Who Are To Make nouncement issued yesterday by 3-1 Game Played During
noncmntisud etedy y Playing three overtime periods, Vacation
day to meet the strong Purdue Iowa City Trip the Intramural department. theTt C wer peam
team which has won victories in itsT t a w b o the Theta Chi water polo team
first two starts of the season. Bound for an important clash e tyrnte same manner finally splashed their way to a 4 FISHER BACK IN LINEUP
hi ed this year in the same manner as
Unsuspected as the defeats at the with the powerful Iowa basketball' i tto 3 victory over the Phi Beta Del-
hands of Michigan and Ohio were, eath oveie ae qa in past, with teams composed of
he Purple cagers have not permi' team, the Wolverine cage squad five me and the matches consist- ta squad in the final and cham- Coach Lowrey's Wolverine puck-
pionhipiame fmthntouneythee wilagetaechncenossesho
ted the trimmings to dampen their will leave today for Iowa City. ing of three games per man each. pionship game of the tourney sters will get a chance to see how
morale. They will invade the Boil- Coach Veenker announced the list Under the gamura eart- which has been conducted by the they will stack up against Big Ten
ermaker precincts with every in- of men who will make the trip Udcompetition when they will meet
tention of ringing up a victory and yesterday afternoon. There are ment's method of scoring, the team Sports building pool.hr
providing another upset to the nine names on the squad which having the largest total for the The battle, closely contested night and tomorrow night at the
hectic Big Ten race. varies slightly from the one that three games at the end of the throughout the regulation period new Coliseum rink. The up-state
Coach Lonborg will probably made the Wisconsin journey. h wins the contest, was forced into the extra time ex- hockey team played a match with
start the same lineup which he sent Led by Captain McCoy, the Wol- o- -o tension allowed in case of a tie. the experienced Badger aggrega-
against the Wolverines and Buck- verine players include Chapman, SWIMMERS' PICTURES However, one such extension pro- tion during the holidays, from
eyes. Orwig, Kanitz, Truskowski, Rose, duced no scoring, and the match which Wisconsin emerged victor-
0y_ _ _Barley, Lovell and Cushing. Barley, The following men please re- went into a second and third over- ious by a 3-1 score.
TRACK MANAGERSIIS Lovell and Cushing are the new port with tank suit at Rent- time period before the Theta Chi The Marquette lineup has not
Alscnfrsmn e men on the squad since none of schler' s studio at 3 o'clock Mon- team could push over the winning been announced as yet, but the
All second semester freshmen them were inluded m the Madi- day afternoon for mdividua marker. teams sent out from the northern
and sophomores wishing to try son trip last Monday. pictures: Captain Spindle, Hub- Outstanding was the work of school have always measured up to
1 out for track managerships On account of the "B" team ( bell, Ault, Walker, Hosmer, Wal- Fossum and Crego, who played the the standard set by their rivals
j please report to me at 3 o'clock game with the Michigan State Nor- aitis, Grimshaw, Goldsmith, and stellar roles for the winners, while across the border. However, Coach
this afternoon at Yost field mal college quintet last night, the j Thompson. the efforts of Fishman and Raike Lowrey expressed himself yesterday
house. I Varsity basketeers held their prac- Matt Mann, Coach. for the losers were at times ex- as confident that his men could
| Richard Gretsch, Manager. tice session following the tilt. 0 - ceptionally brilliant, win the two-game series.

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