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January 16, 1929 - Image 7

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AY, JANUARY 16, 1929

THE MICHIGAN

DAIL,

THE M ---------------

RESERVES WILL
YPSILANTI TOMIJI
Have Chance For Revenge
Defeat In First Tilt;
Play At Ypsilanti'
DEFEAT FRESHMAN
Michigan's Junior Varsity
ball team will have a chanc
revenge for its lone defeat
year when the Ypsilanti
play host to the Wolverines
row night in the second ga
home and home series.
Coach Courtwright has b(
phasizing teamwork in t
few practice sessions in ar
to develop an offense that
able to penetrate the strong
ing combination of Captair
lich and Shaw for more ti
meager total of six bask(
Wolverines were held to in
contest, as well as pointing
a defense that will stop
Ypsilanti's star floor guar
made nine points in the firs
Two Teams Used In Scrim
In yesterday's scrimmag
the freshmen, which the R
won, 38-28, two different co
tions were tried out on bot
The first freshman quintet
posed of Weiss and Danie
wards, Jones, center, and
and Crouch, guards, played
a "B" team composed of B
and Whittle or Downing, fo
Dougal, center, and Barli
Lovell, guards, for half of
period. Weinstein, Lytle,
Justice, and Van Heyde al,
service on the "B" team.
The Reserves led at hal:
16-14, most of their points
'on long shots. The second
Varsity five ran up a largeI
the freshmen substitutes
first ten minutes of the last
after which the first team
put in. Daniels, freshma
ward, garnered four shots
near the basket in the latt
of the contest.

M N ORJTIWESTERN BEATS Appoint Six Coaches PURPLE SWIMMERS ARE
01110 TEAM TO AVENGE For Intramural Work' POWERFUL ThIS SEASON
VICTORY 4 BUCKEVES
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(Continued From Page Six) tutelage of Coach John Johnston I only two lettermen, Captain Crock-
half, but they could not keep this;of the Varsity fencing teams. In ler and Waiderblc have returned.
margi agaist the tallu
Of 26-:8 title contenders. sport on Tuesday and Thursday
To The first half was Wisconsin's by afternoons from 4:00 until 6:00. stroker, is regarded as a -s.I ion
a wide margin with the score 13-6, Swimming will be taken care of by in that event.
but early in the second period the J. W. McMahon, assistant coach, Boyd Lidale, soputmw (iver d
FIVE hosiers solved the Wisconsin de- or the Varsity swimming team. free styler, is expected to bm one
tense and also began to smnk some Classes will come Monday, Wed- of the mainstays at Iowa. Crook-
basket- long trys. The score was tied at nesday and Friday nights from ham and Lloyd, free stylers, and
18, and again at 20, but then 7:00 until 8:30. Lowell, back stroker, are also ex-
e to get Kowlacyk followed in one of his The course in boxing will be pected to score heavily in dual
of the own long shots which missed, and taken care of by Let Philbin who competition.
cagers tipped the ball in, while a moment will instruct; classes between 3:00 Illinois will depad upon s al!
tomor- later his teammate, Tenhopen, and 5:30 on Monday and Wednes- veterans in dual meets. Holbrook,
me of a dropped a long side-court shot day afternoons. Squash will be in the bteast stroke, Capt in Groh,
through the hgops for the last I taken care of by R. L. Masson whb in the fancy diving, Webster and
een em- counter of the game. 'will be available for tutoring on Kieding in the free style, are the I
he last Purple Avenge Defeat Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur- { outstanding natators. Purdue, In-
a effort In a close, hard fought game, days from 4:00 until 5:30 in the diana, Chicago, and Wisconsin have
will be Northwestern had its revenge on afternoons. Dr. Lyman will in- little to offer in the way of ma-
guard- Ohio State by turning in a 27-24 struct archery enthusiasts at 7:30, terial, although they may extend
n Muel- victory over the Buckeyes. Tuesdays and Thursdays. the other teams.
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