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FAG? SIX T-E M ICH i C N D AI~Y WEDNE
VARSITY CAGE -UADERECEIVES REST BEFORE
ILL PRACTICE EVERY IntramuralOfches For Variou
OTHER DAY FOR 01110WILDCAT TANK KN TOPIC BASEBALL TEAM PUCKMEN PLAY
Buckeyes Here February 9 ITe Next MEN DANGEROUS IIUJW ASKED TO TAPAN GOPHERS NEXT
Conference Game Scheduled
F or Wolverine Team orthwestern Has More Powerful Director Yost Receives Invitation O f LMichigan Works On Team Play In
Team This Scason Than That From Japanese University An Effort To Turn Back In-
ltL W L , tBOf Last Year WolvFly erinse - vasion Of Minnesota Sextet Wre
VEENKER WELL SA SFiEDverineWrestlers Are Slated To TP S Breaks Own Record Of 26 Points; ssnsxr
Coach Veenker's Varsity cage When Coach Matt Mann's swim- (rapple With University Of According to an announcement Purple Swamp Buckeyes As After disposing of the Michigan
squad, having completed a sched- mers defend their Conference West Virginia Team made late yesterday afternoon by Indiana Loses Again State sextet in a rather decisive
title in March at Chicago, they will I----D-'Fielding H. Yost, director of Ath- NA manner Monday the Wolverine
iled calling for six games in the meet their hardest competition SQUAD IS WORKEDHARD letics the 1928 Michigan baseball iNIAiA GAME IS CLOSE puckmen are devoting their ener- C
last two weeks without a loss, and from Northwcstern's tank team has been extended an in- gies towards building a strong
frmNocamtr'stn ta. habea____gestwadbilig trn
with the Buckeye invasion on The Wildcats have even a better Final selections will be made to- vitation to play a series of con- Chicago again felt the wrath of enough aggregation before Friday Ad
February 9 the next tilt on the aggregation than last season, when day to determine the makeup of tests with the leading J,.nese Purdue's big center, "Stretch" Mur- and Saturday to turn back the in- goal
program, took a well earned rest they finished second to Michigan the wrestling squad that will make college teams in various pa s of phy, Monday night, when the vasion of Minnesota, a team ress
yesterday afternoon, the first lay- in the Big Ten and National col- the trip to Morgantown, W. Va., Japan late in August and early in Boilermakers crushed the Maroon whose ability as compared to that the
off allowed the "A" team since legiate championships. Friday night to meet the University September. under a score of 64-16 in their of Michigan in something of a mur
Dec. 26. Coach Robinson possesses indi- of West Virginia, according to The invitation which came in second game this season. When question mark. ules
e vidual stars in every event, as Coach Clifford Keen. the form of a letter from Athletic these two teams met earlier in the The Gophers, who will be Michi- min
this afternoon, however, and plans practically all his veterans have An intensive workout yesterday Director George J. Otsuki of Meiji year, Murphy set a Big Ten scor- ans first Big Ten opponent this fen
call for workouts on alternate returned while several sophomores afternoon brought the squad intoUniversity, Tokio, is now in the ing record with 26 points, but he season, have played none of the eral
days from now until after the ex- are showing better than the letter- good condition for the tests this hands of Director Yost and will broke this mark by one point Mon- teams who have played the Maize nI
amination period with no lapses men. Capt. Wally Colbath, fancy afternoon. The work on Mondaybe submitted to the Board in Con- day. and Blue and only the most in
in routine. Daily practice will diver de luxe, heads the list of per- was also of a rather strenuous na- trol of Athletics for consideration Eight field goals and ten out of roundabout and unreliable dope will
start the first week in February in formers. ture. Parker, who wrestles in the at their next meeting, which will twelve fouls accounted for the 26 can be computed as to the re- stud
preparation for the Buckeye con- In the free style Schwartz, Col- 158-pound class or heavier weights, probably be held during the latter points, which, added to the efforts Ispective chances of the two teams mur
test . lopy, Wicks, Hardy, Hofer, and is now almost recovered from an part of this month.i of his teammates, snowed Chicago when they meet on the Coliseum ousl
Chalk Up Six Wins Peterson are dependable men. Dick injured arm and there is a possibil- In recent years it has become under with the highest score made ice this week end. co
The olveines incoigisHinch is one of the country's best ity that he will be among those the custom for the Japanese urn- in the Conference this year. The However, in view of the fact skl
The Wolverines, in closing its back strokers, while Omar Miller, who will make the tripversities to extend an invitation Maroon team managed to stay on that Minnesota was generally read
last fortght of strenuous ac- another letterman, is back. Eddie The West Virginia squad defeat- of this kind to one of the leading fairly even terms with their op- considered the strongest team in and
tivity with an unbroken string of antetetraioak di TeWs ignasud eet
Lennox will take care of the breast ed last year in a match here, 18'%, university team in the United ponents during the early part of the Conference last year and that to
six wins, defeated the Hawkeye stroke, while Bob Waite, a soph- to 4/, boast a wealth of veteran States to play a series of games in the game, and the score was 13-10 they have had a very favorable fav
quintet at Iowa City Saturday omore, bids fair to become a star. material. The Mountairers, coach- Japan. Last year the honor was at the haif time mark. Here, how- season this year it appears that W
vadin, Ini tam, 21-1d7,n Mhona Altogether, the Purple have one of ed by Walter Brewster, have three accorded to the Illinois team, ever, the Boilermakers got "hot" the Wolverines will have consider- give
adin Y nitea hu21-17 Mond the best balanced tank squads in men who are in their third year iCcsxa1ed2tIWesternCon- and accounted for 51' points to able difficulty in avenging the Vard
fourth straight Conference win. the btnt aks ds nmthe squad. Captami Cox, 125- ference title with Iowa in 1927. chicago's six. breo t o e fats admins crec
The Varsity will meet both the Minnesota, Illinois, and Iowa pounder, Cooper in the 115-pound t Ts ei uh Indiana Again Defeated year agob
ec haesvrlottnigcasadNxnwocmeeinrector Otsuki of Meiji university, secter go
latter teams in return engage- each have several outstandig class and Nixon who competes i he leading Japanese college anI Indiana suffered its second de- One of the chief problems con-sect
ments after the second semester swimmers, but lack the all-around the unhlimited division are all vet- university nines have expressed feat of the Big Ten season when fronting Coach Lowrey in prep legi
opens, as well as Wisconsin and strength to challenge Michigan and erans of two previous campaigns. the desire for a series of games two spectacular shots in the last Iaration for this tilt consists in i Kee
Northwestern, which lost to the Northwestern. Coach Thorpe must Only Brill of the 135-pound division with the Michigan team and minute and half of play by Ten- drilling the team in some of the 400
Wolverines earlier in the season, build a new team at Minnesota, as has not had previous competi- whether or not the invitation will hopen and Kowlacyk gave Wiscon- fundamentals of consistent and! We(
and also play Minnesota and Ohio (Continued en Page Seven) tion as a varsity man. be accepted will hinge entirely sin a 24-20 decision. The Hoosiers efficient team work. This factor noo
home and, home series. upon the action taken by the had staged a brilliant rally to take has been noticeably absent from F
Coach Veenker expressed him- Board in Control of Athletics at the lead at 16-15 during the last the Wolverine play except on rare sha
self as well satisfied with the its next(meeting.(Continued on Page Seven) occasions.
showing of the Wolverines in theFollow Through - tmeeing-__-
last two tilts, pointing out thatFoMu
Monday's slight letdown was the
natural result of the heavy sched-
ule and the long trip to Iowa and
back. w. . . with the enjoyment received
Show Good Basketball a.
Against Illinois the varsityIf~ ~ hr Ohn at home b
showed the same brand of team- t i n the delicious wholesome
work that gained it victories overe at g ,w'-
other strong teams, and also ex- X14
hibited a stone wall defense which food served by
allowed the Indians but seven
field goals and held the Hawkeyes
to eight baskets SaturdayRnight.esta ran '
honors rather equally, Truskowski y
being high with two baskets and State at Liberty Packard at State E. iluron
a like number of free throws, Cap- f
tain McCoy trailing him by a sin- U
gle point, while Rose, Chapman,
and Orwig also added to the _ ir .'7tt
Michigan total. In the Iowa tilt
honors were again almost even,-$
with Chapman ahead with 11 4
points, while all of the remaining r
four scored at least two baskets.
ICONFERENCE$4
BASKETBALL STANDINGS ( $A0 $1 A M ,
MICHIGAN ....,. 4 0 4000
Purdue ........... 4 0 1.000 l
I Wisconsin ......,.. 3 1 .750 1
Ohio State.......2 2 .500i
Indin........... 1 3 .333F LOH>1 3
I Northwestern .... . 1 3 .250
Minnesota ........ 0 2 .000 J (Large Selection) /

SDAY, JANUARY 16, 1929
EXAMS
s Sports
INSTRUCTORS ARE
COACHSTUDENTS
stling, Boxing, Squash, Swim-
ning, Archery, And Fencing
Are Sports Included
LASSES OPEN TO ALL
[vancement toward Michigan's
of ",Athletics for All" prog-
ed another step yesterday with
announcement by the Intra-
al Department of the sched-
for class instruction in swim-
g, boxing, squash, wrestling,
ling and archery for the gen-
student body.
his innovation, unprecedented
Michigan's intramural history,
encourage a large number of
lents to take part in the intra-
'al activities who have previ-
y remained out of the various
petitions because of lack of
; besides those who are al-
ly active in intramural work
will welcome this opportunity
improve themselves in their
)rite recreations.
restling instruction will be
n by Coach Clifford Keen,
sity wrestling coach, to whom
lit is given for developing mat
ns which have gained an en-
le reputation in Conference,
ional, and national intercol-
ate wrestling circles. Coach
n will offer instruction from
l to 5:30 Monday, Tuesday,
dnesday, and Thursday after-
ns.
encing will come in for its
re of instruction under the
(Continued on Page Seven)
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