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T'-'RUDAY, JANUARY 17, ii 2

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Tghding will be rougher and tougherSix Of Eight Weights Are Filled has held sway for a like period of
HE Ggh a meseOProgtramsAnd ggfor the Maize and Blue five. Th1- By Men Who Have Had Pre- time as Cooper. Cox is a sterling
L O s M r DIllinicame to Ann Arbor with the vious Mat Experience wrestler, possessing many clever
Hopes For Championship intention of toppling a first place Department Schedules S e v e r a 1 tricks, and should be able to fur-
Gifense, Basket Shooting Brushed team, and they nearly succeeded, Cage Tournaments For Boasting six veterans out of a nish good competition for the Indian
Up For Meeting With Strong Michigan's path to a Big Ten only a stout defense saving the Second Semester possible eight, the University of best men in the country. Still an- For
Normal Quntet basketball championships, if such game for Michigan. The other West Virginia will present an ex- other veteran, Gordon Brill, a
~~~~~~~A a path exists, will be anything but Conference quintets will await the NY QUINTETS ENTERED perienced line-up against Coach junior, takes care of the 138 pound
I a bed of roses according to Coach Wolverines with the purpose oftswillA Ken's matmen which will prob- division with a sophomore, John- ITOP
George Veenker. The calibre of beating a leader. They will beBasketball hh able give the Wolverines as stiff son, in reserve if needed.
Geogeientr.Thnclireofrakebl, chief sport on the Tefrtnwmnt ilar
PROBABLE LINEUPS the teams that the Wolverines pointing for Michigan. Intramural department's winter opposition as they may expect this The first new man to fill a reg-
Michigan "B" Ypsilanti Normal must face in their remaining After the examination interim program, is now moving along at season. The remaining two ular position i the West Virginia BLO
Kanitz . . . . . ...RF . . . Childs games coupled with the lack of Coach Veenker's team will face a a very fast cli M weights, the 148 and 168 pound di- lineup is Paul Meyers who tips the
Downing ......LF... ...Whitney reserve material are enough to particularly hard assignment, not qualifie d fo Varsiy cope visions are well filed by sopho- scales at 148 pounds. Ruble, la meson
Dougal or ..... dim any team's title hopes. having eight Conference games to tion, who in the past have been s who have shown exception- Junior of a years experience fills h
Whittle ........ C ... Middlestat In the four Conference games to play in four weeks. The lack of denied the chance to play because aRecbently theMorgantown wrest-h second man, and these two are has c
Barley.......RG.........Shaw date, the Wolverines have had two reserves will not be to Michigan's of lack of proper facilitic. arler eth the having am, atee fo the B
Lovell ........LG...... Muellich important factors in their favor. advantage. Two games each with now taking advantage of th, huge lers met the Waynesburgh, Pa., havmg a merry battle for the Univer
Michigan has been rated an Ohio State and Minnesota, and gymnasium in the new Sports team and swamped them under a position. ed t
singe cnt ithin he nw Sort i tor offalls with a score of 31- A veteran senior and two soph- e inasi
Michigan State Normal college underdog in Big Ten cage circles sngle contests with Illinois. j building and enjoying the game. 5. All the veterans gained falls omores are fighting it out for the -nvasi
and the Junior Varsity will hook and the team has been fortunate Northwestern, W I s 0 n s i n, and The Intramural department is thSaturd
up in the last game of a home-and- in playing through the contests Iowa, the first two away from conducting its numerous tourna- over their opponents while Hig- honor of defending the 158 pound
home series on the basketball court with the starting lineup intact. home, remain on the schedule. ments on a large scale this season, gins; the sophomore in the 168 class, with the superior experience the op
tonight in the Normal gymnasium Substitutes Needed Purdue Has Strong Team With the greater amount of space class, also put his adversary's of the veteran winning him the
at Ypsilanti. The strong Ypsi The scarcity of first class sub- At present Purdue is the Wol- offered in the Intramural build- shoulders o d m wh. frnish the is the senior tho tenm
quintet ended the winning streak cessitateithe se of verines' most serious competitor. ing, the staff is at the present Cooper Ist HGood Flyweight will furnish the opounderwi e-nsitionf t th
of the "B" team last Thursday stitutes will necessitate the use of The Boilmakers poss h Ig iernig fi9bsebl Coach Steve Hrrick feels that Wolverine 158 pudrwieFr north,
qune titute rewill rsThe Boicmakers possess the Bigl time, running off 19 basketball! he is well fortified in the 118 rebee and Hando are all set toan N
night in the field house, 27 to 18, ever n Ten's chief scoring threat incontests each day the first gameson
Tensmciefscoing theatinoontstseacedyrhe irs-gaespound division with Adolph Coop- take his place. on
and Coach Courtwright has been hStretch Murphy, who scored 51 beginning at 4:10 in the after-o
driving the squad hard all week to lars is forced out of the lineup "Stetc u who s einn at at 10 inha g er, a veteran of three year's 168 Pound Class Undecided work7
g ~~~through sickness or injury, the points in two games against Chi- ' noon and the last set finishing I(tnig o aeo l
revenge this upset in tonight's tilt. lack ofgood ress wl in er cago. Purdue faces two important around 9:30 in the evening, standing, ready to take on all Higgins, a sophomore, won a
Since conquering the Michigan reserves will hder games this week-end, as Indiana 184 Teams To Play comers. In the case that Cooper fall in his first intercollegiate Muc
Junior Varsity, the Ypsilanti five Michigan's team play. The ab- will be played away from home on It seems that besides accommo is unable to go to the mat, Guar- match in the 168 pound class, isothe
has added two more victims to itslencear's ushandingSquplayers one Saturday, while Wisconsin comes dating the 160 teams which are mi, a sophomore, is ready to step being pushed hard for his position athlet
string upsetting Adrian, 31 to 24,~ Iast year'sayreshmansquadgismonen Lnttd into his shoes, by Harrick, a senior. Two more hlt
a hard fought game on Saturd y of the essentials reasons for this. Laayeeor a game on Mon- ne up in the fraternity, class Captain James Cox is slated to sophomores Johnston and Warder the at
and annexing an overtime fray Against Northwestern, Wiscon dayand independent tournaments, appear in the 128 class where hes that t
and at. M as oerefrhar sin' and possibly Iowa, the WoN- the department must enlarge itsappearin the 128clseare7also out for that position Inth
from St. Mary's college of Orchard verne were regarded as the los- schedule to include 12 more class the 175 pound class two juniors the W
.e Inii bo~I II I AIIP TillI title la
Lake, 28 to 22. on Monday. t are considered to be about on a
of thsREeSargtIgm dp. WsosntogtII~ L AYpndn teams. These 24 teamsitLIIaie
has been the outstanding scoring Michigan'sd victory over Northwill start playing at the beginning slight edge over Levins. Both men ive s
threat of the Normal offensive. Ahs a victor ope r N t h- eyO of he second sem ester, h vTriohave had a year's experience and' Purd
Shaw Is Threat met the same fate. This has been AlthoughIU 1) the play in the various 11 i LUsth et Vagnyime.oacngmae
Against the Wolverines, Shawl a distinct advantage to Michigan ,circuits this year, has been un- eswitch men at any time.
was likewise the high .point scorer according to Coach Veenker. usually fast and the competition The heavyweight ot year f ups
and upon the queling his activities From now on, however, the go- Committee Recognizes Time Made close, there are several fives that Engagement To William Moody, tanoth across the mat from theyearshe pa
in shooting baskets will depend in In 600 Yard Relay As Official seem to stand out in front of the I Sn Of San Francisco Capi- sta Wolverine representative with Ted It is
part the success of Coach Court- World's Record rest at the present time. Includeds T e sog
wright's squad on the Normal's ja ynamong this group are, Phi Beta talist, Is Announced Nixon in the West Virginia corner. and t
home floor. Middlestat and Cap- To Leave In Month After holding the unofficial 600 Delta; Alpha Chi Sigma; Alpha
tain Muellich are also quite im- yard relay record for nearly a IPhi Delta; Sigma Pi; Theta Chi; 4 ^v Associated PIess> Slow Starters W n at the
portant cogs i the M. S. N. C. (By Associated Press) year, the mark set by the 1928 Phi Rho Sigma; Phi Lambda Kap- BERKELEY, Calif., Jan. 16.- to the
scoring power. DETROIT, Jan. 16. - Stanley Wolverine relay team was recent- pa; Delta Sigma Delta; Pi Kappa Miss Helen Wills, queen of the In National Hockey
To cope with the strong defense ayonHrisne plt of the y
which kpth the Juniog Vrs DetRaymond arris, new pilot of the ly recognized as the official rec- Phi; Phi Kappa Sigma; Psi tennis courts, is to marry Frede-
which kept the Junior Varsity Detroit Tigers, who arrived here'ord. Last spring a Michigan sex- Omega; Kappa Delta Rho, and .;v Ass iatd Press> Indi
away from close-in shots at the Tuesday from Washington for a tet composed of Robert Darnell, Delta Sigma Phi. rick S. Moody, Jr., son of a San NEW YORK, Jan. 16.-The slow Crims
basket, intensive drilling on offen- conference with President Frank Robert Walker, Garnet Ault, Theta Chi Is High Scorer Francisco capitalist, starters are having their innings accom
sive tactics have been indulged in Navin, said Tiger batterymen Frank Walaitis, Thomas Watson, Theta Chi reserves the right atl The engagement, which was an- in the National Hockey league desirin
by the Michigan reserve players iprobably will leave for Phoenix, and Alan Seager swam the 600 the present time to claim the Inounced here yesterday by her nwthat the saoispac- ben
during the week. The basket shoot- Ariz., February 20, with the rest of yards in 5 minutes, 33 and 4-5 highest score for any one contest. parents, Dr. and Mrs. Clarence A. ing th e lwa m is approach- been t
ing eyes of the players have also I the squad following in a week or seconds. Against Sigma Phi Epsilon, this Willsd the halfway mark. The Bos-I bete
been brushed up in the hope that 110 days. This mark was the best time group rolled up an impressive 37W
the exhibition of shooting may not Harris said he was fairly well ever made in this event, but the; to 3 score. 1926, when Miss Mills was fighting ens, who trailed through the first session
be "off color" as it was in last satisfied with the present roster of time was not officially recognized Many of the squads have been Iher way toward the women's ama- quarter climbed into second place for th
Thursday's clash, the club and did not know if he until recently when the Record taking advantage of the Friday teur net championship on the in their divisions last night by encou
Kanitz May Start would take a chance on Cy Per- Committee met to consider new and Saturday practice sessions. In French Riviera. Young Moody and victories in game No. 21. Boston sharp
A new forward, in the person of kins, veteran catcher of the Phil- records. At present Yale Univer- order to do this, a fratrenity must his father visited the Rivieratouncdnthe league leading New rims
Kanitz, may aid in assisting the adelphia Americans, who it was sity is the only other university to reserve a court by getting in touch while on a tour to Europe and hYork Rangers by a 4 to 1 count McCra
Junior Varsity in piling up points reported might be purchased by hold a world's record in swimI- with the Intramural office during Miss Wills and young Moody often le the Canucks took a close en- high
tonight. Kanitz is expected to Detroit. ming. the week, were seen together then.
team up with Downing at the for- - - - - - -
ward positions with Dougal or per-
haps Whittle at center. Barley andj-
Lovell are slated to start at guard.
In practice yesterday, Lovell was
showing exceptional ability at
dropping the ball through the Com plet
hoop from difficult angles.
Coach Rynearson of the Normal I
quintet will probably start his reg-
ular lineup. Chinds and Whitney
at forwards, Middlestat at center,
and Shaw and Muellich at guards, I
form a strong offensive quintet.l
Shaw's scoring ability alone has -A
proven troublesome to most of the ~
Middlestat quite competant as well. f
Is Third ClashS
The game tonight will mark the
third clash in athletic competition I
between Michigan State Normal
and Michigan "B" teams. The orma
Normal football eleven, champions
of the Collegiate conference,
downed the Junior Varsity, 25 to 3, 1
at Ypsilanti this fall, and the vi-" O v erco at
tory on the basketball court on I
Thursday marked a second success.
A win tonight by the "B" team will

a Basketball Squad Prepares
Tilt With High Scoring
Boilermaker Five
(Special To The Daily)
OMINGTON Ind., Jan. 16-
nined to stop Murphy, Har-
,and Captain Cummins, the
)owered offensive artists who
arried Purdue to the top of
ig Ten standing, Indiana
sity's basketball team start-
ensive training today for the
on of the Boilermakers
lay night. The game marks
ening of the Hoosier at-home
n schedule.
h Dean and his squad of
n returned Tuesday from the
where they met Minesota
Wisconsin. Tired from the
rip, the Hoosiers did little
ld Rivalry To Reopen .
h attention is 'being directed
first of the annual meetings
"Hoosier Twins." The ancient
c rivalry prompts much of
tention, as well as the fact
he two Hoosier schools shared
estern Conference hardwood
.st season. However, the ut-
nig attraction is the compar -
trength of the two teams.
Wue at present appears to be
zongest offensive and scor-
am in the Conference. In-
with a hectic early season
and downs, has failed to hiit
ce of which they are capable.
enerally conceded that they
on due to stage a comebacl,
he fact that it might come
expense of the Lambert-
as added further significance
Play On New Floor
cations are that the new
an field house will handily
odate all Hoosier net fans
g to attend the game. In
ast, hundreds of fans have
urned away.
nse and basket shooting will
e points stressed in practice
is as the Deamen prepare
ieir first at-home Big Teri
nter. Strickland, Owensville,
shooting forward, heads the
on scorers, while the work of
,cken at center has been a
point in the Hoosier attack

save them from a complete record
of defeats in contests with M. S. N. \ ALL1
C. during the 1928-29 season.
Dempsey In Control I IL Sale
Of Affairs At Miami N
(B Associaic MVe1 s CIth ngTUXEDO .....
MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Jan. 16.-- iiA 1fLJ++J5 I
With final details of the heavy- WAISTCOATS
tv-A* ht boxino bout between .Jack an

$3.50 to $6,50

Sharkey and Young Stribling al-I
feady settled, plans went forward!
here today for pre-fight arrange-
ments, with Jack Dempsey in
charge of operations for the Mad-
ison Square Garden corporation.
W. L. Stribling, Sr., father-man-
ager of the young Georgia battler,
signed articles yesterday for his
son's participation in the fracas.
Sharkey, the Boston gob, al-I
ready has signed for his part.
The fight was the idea of Tex
Rickard, who died here recently,l
and who had planned the fight for
his Miami Beach Kennel club.
Dempsy is acting in the role of
his late pal, Tex.
The Kennel club will be equip-
ped to seat a capacity crowd of
30,000 fight fans, and the tentative
scale of prices will range from $5
to $30.

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