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NDAY,. JANUARY 13', 1929

THE MICHIGAN

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ILLINI BRINiS VETERAN """""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""n"""""i"""" HowIey has one of the hard- i
GI flW IVE FORRCONTEST ERF est hitting teams in baseball C
I" lS JHOWN'LLi s p o r t i ithe developmentof
(Continued From Page Six) -4 i several of his young flingers,
me.SScoing punh, so aparentl should have very nearly thei
i' I IU U game. Scoring punch, so apparently 1 eltllll11 Ill111lllllllllW111 11111111Qilii 1116lllllllml l tlm ll i m mmm as et 1 11iy y near the
EE IkHA g a year ago has been added Fighting in his "lucky ring," AccordinIgtoM i o iantIHow-nbeerahiswinl
verines Reveatl Potentialities In by Hrpr, a brilliant sophomore JimmyMcLarnin, blue-eyed Iirshlyd
Spening Meet Of Season By d lad from Vancouver, stepped back
WiniingixOtsat Captain Ernie Dorn, another vet- among thi topnotchers by Out eage aseal anagersbigulHofy the o f n b ia
eran performer who is a capable classing Joe lik promi league bA l as a rul of the of Coffman, Cobb, Kimsey, and Es-
performer at forward. .s', performance of is St . Lous I trada, all youngsters and believes
TEINKE IS IMPRESSIVE Just what form the Wolveri "rooklynlightweightcotenc Browi last year, the Mound City that Blaeholder, Ogden and Jon-
lineup will take depends somewhat a blood tingling 10-round hatte t lads will cop the bunting in h( nard shall improve this year. le
though they showed a lack of on the front used by Coach Veen- Madison Sjuare Cuden. yng crit this year. Not even -
h in their opening meet, Mich- ker in the Iowa fray last night. In considered a good bet to head the
's wrestlers made a good ac- case Danny Rose, diminutive, te stihieng .ug gle, iefore econd division at this time last
t of themselves in downing the sharp-shooting guard, was not used a rapacity rmwd of mnre than 'ear, 1thelowleyilei pressed the.
ago team Friday night. Coach against the Hawkeyes; it seems 19,000 reopened the Gardeo to t!ijhly touted Yaiik and Pijhly
ord Keen expressed himself as likely that he will face the Illini, boxing ac ivities a tr the ulIits all the way im iiisl i
fed with the results of the Truskowski moving ip to Kanitz's deathi of Tex Rticklad. third place.

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competition.
The Wolverines revealed potenti-
alities' against the Maroons, al-
though they failed to register a fall
in any of the bouts. The six bouts
in which Michigan entries were
victorious were all won by time ad-
vantages.
The men will undoubtedly im-
prove as they derive experience
from further competition. The
meet was the first one of the sea-
son for Coach Keen's squad. In ad-
dition four of the men, Thrush ;
Steinke, Kelly, and Woodward, were
competing in their first matches as
members of the Varsity team.
Steinke was impressive in his ini-
tial appearance when he gained a
7:27 time advantage on Eller of the
Maroons in the 175 pound class. His
gridiron traing stood him in good!
stead as he showed superior
strength in conquering his oppo-
nent.
Thrush and Kelly turnedin vic-
tories in their initial bouts, and
should develop into valuable men.
Captain Warren revealed his last
year's form in gaining the greatest
time advantage of the evening,
9:10 seconds, over Wattenberg in
the 135 pound class.
The showing of Lager was espe-!
cially encouraging, as the Wolver-
ine heavyweight disposed of Sond-'
erby, one of the Chicago veterans.
His employment of smart mat tac-
tics gained him a 3:32 advantageI
over the Maroon representative.
This week the matmen journey to
Morgantown, W. Va., where they
will meet the West Virginia team
on Saturday night. Last yearl
Michigan won from the Mountain-I
eers in Ann Arbor by a substantial!
margin. The West Virginia meet;
will prepare the Wolverines for!
further Conference competition.
WHISKEY BUT NO SMOKES
ENTER NURMI'S TRAINING

forward.
Rose started off in an impressive!
fashion a year ago, but tired great-
ly toward the close of the season
and lost much of his effectiveness.
Coach Veenker hopes that by using
him only once a week, he will be
at his best for the title drive of the
second semester.
In case Rose does not start, Joe
Truskowski will be moved back to
the running guard berth and Dutch'
Kanitz will team with Bill Orwig
at forward. The remainder of the
team will be intact, with McCoy'
at the back guard, Chapman at
center and Orwig at forward.

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