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January 27, 1929 - Image 6

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CKEYES NEXT FOR MICHIGAN ON CAGE SCHEDL
CKEL TRY TO RETAINBRSTPLACE INDIANA TEAM TO OPPOSE VARSITY'FOOTBALL ONLY SPORT TO SHO
IN DEDICATORY MEET AT NEW POOL FINANCIAL GAIN FOR FISCA
Champions of the Big Ten in breast strIkerTwhIoasdmo-Michigan's board of athetic con partment, showing a
MEYlTI011 FEBATFEL _00F h~amnpions of the Big Ten in! breast stroker who has demon-FO I O!i M T E ro will turn its attention to get- fiscal ear of about $
1927 and 1928, Michigan's swim- strated his speed on occasions. ting turf dt when th e foscal dur th ao
ray Have Formidable pnse of two of the stronger out- ming team will open the 1929 sea- Thompson, Mertz, and Hughes are golf course is finished, say not a part of the fisca
ed By aneyde fits in the Conference, Northwest- son against Indiana at 7:30 o'clock the breast strokers from whom Although expressing himself as the annual report of the board, paid to Michigan $41
And Erwin ' ern and Illinois. next Saturday evening. The dual Coach Mann will choose. being well satisfied with the show- The statements for the fiscal year total attendance fori
meet will mark the dedication of Ault In Quarter Mile ing his men made against Michi- ended Sept. 1 are favorable. 393,568.
I Opening their Big Ten schedule the new Intramural building pool, Ault, Canadian Olympic star gan State, Coach Cliff Keen feels Football again proved the sus- The total attendanc
AT GUARD POST combination fell before the big finest natatoriums in thencounty. Watson, McDonald, and McCaffree tthe Wolveinetmatmen will taining sport of the athletic de- (Continued on Pa
arekealltpossible6entriessin the 440 benefit by moe pactice. -
powkyeseaml3426,butupstsTe Mchianhent44pansto IlIlllillli111t1i1Iti~tHI itiIIllitiflHli~hIllhil
dsemester examina- the dope by defeating Northwest- May Use Reserves yard swim. Matthew is regarded The Michigan mentor plans to
the next two weeks, ern on her home court, 31-28. The Coach Matt Mann has not as yet as the best of the Hoosier distance hold no regular practice sessions
e cagemen, leaders Wildcats evened the series, how- decided the makeup of the team this week, with the men working
rthe Big Ten crown, ever, by turi the tables on t he will use against theaCrimson pta ykout at the Intramural building
regla prciets ucksaeta bes24. thio tankmen. It is likely that he will'iCaptain Spindle is likely to start;wevrposb.W e Gi
rationr forathc eirba-gained a obspli7in4herir o give some of his reserve natators in the 150 yard back stroke, while;weee osbe V.L1~
lration for their bat- gained a split in her first four gie(me hsrseren rthe other Michigan representative The wrestling team will be mate-
o State and North- Conference games by downing Il-a oppolrtunity to display t will be Hubbell, Boldt, o arner. rially strengthened the second se-
ediately after the linois, 27-22. esh Vordermark and Hammer are the mester when Ed George villE
are seducleti- Erwin Is Threat their ability in meets with the To Indiana swimmers in this event. again be eligible for Big Ten con-
are scheduled to in- The imressive showing of the nnt'I"V a h the To- The Wolverine entries in the 100 petition.. WHY AT

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profit for the
550,000. Foot-
n just closed,
1 year report,
8,316.43. The
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With seven sprint mer available, yard free style are undecided, al-
selecting the four who will com- though Reif, Walker, or Goldsmith
pose the 200 yard relay quartet is a are probable contenders. Winston
is Indiana's best bet in the cen-
matter of conjecture. Walker, u
Walaitis, Seager, Reif, Hosmer, o. t1ry.
Goldsmith, and Dinkelspiel are all Walaitis, Grimshaw, and Bailey
possible starters. It is likely that will represent Michigan in the
Bob Walker will get the call in the fancy diving. They will match
50 yard free style, in order to their skill against Hugus and,
match his speed against Captain Hunt, Indiana's springboard per-
Winston, the Crimson tank ace. formers-

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