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September 24, 1929 - Image 19

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The Michigan Daily, 1929-09-24

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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NEW CRIMSON COACH

SPORTS BRIEFS

SPEED CONDITIONING:
(Continued from Page 9).
Pat Page's problem of finding cap-'
able wingmen. Both of these men,
alternated at end last season. The
Hoosiers start their season Sept. 28A
with Wabash.
Willaman Needs Tackles
Sam Wilaman's first year as
head coach of Ohio offers a stiff
obstacle in the nature of finding
tackles to fill the places of Ras-
kowski and the Nessers. But a
turnout of more than 80 men for
the Ohio squad should offer enough
miaterial for the new coach to de-
velop a team equally as strong as
last year's eleven. When Willaman
finds the tackles-a fob that seems
to be every coach's this year-he~
will be ready for the start of the
season.
-Interest at Michigan centers
moistly about two men, one a coachI
andc the other, a counterpart of a
famous player years ago. The pair
-holding the grid spotlight at Ann
Arbor are Harry Kipke, famous for
his accuracy as a punter when on
the Wolverine team, and who is
no~w head coach, succeeding Tad
Weiman, and Willies Heston, Jr.,
son of the famous Michigan full-
back: Three sophomores, Morrison,
fullback,- Hayden, tackle, and Sam-
uels, a guard, are expected to enter
the regular ranks with more than'
avrage ability.
- Doc is a Mysteryr
What Doc Spears has up at Min-
nesota is somewhat of a myster-
io'us quality. Indications are such
th.'at the "Thundering ,Herd" will
be again stampeding -through the
stadi ms of their. conference foes
with the same ruthless and crush-
Ilig attack that seems to be their'
fo~rte. One thing is certain, the
Gopher mentor will have a heavy
line from wing to wing with per-
haps another line-smashing full-
back.
P'urdue's leading halfback and
triple-threat ,man, Welsh, is back
for his last year in the Boilermaker
roster. This man alone will make
things uneasy for other conference
teams atnd Jimmy . Phelan, head
*coach, promises 'a strong backing'
for this- star. Prospects for a fast-
chAargng line are. good and perhaps
the Boilermakers who~ have been
reviving athletically in the last'
years will throw the title chase intoj
a'scramble with a few upsetting de-
feats of stronger teams.
'Alonzo Stagg, the Grand Old Man
of Chicago,, promises nothing spec-
tacular in his team this year but
assures his followers on the Midway
of a steady plugging team that will
furnish all the competition any
cbnference team wants.
A DITIOARYOF CHEMICAL
EQUATIONS
Contains twelve thousand com-'
pleted -and balanced chemical equa-
tions, classified and arranged for
ftady reference.
GEORGE W AHR'
103-105 N. Main 316 S. State

(Continued from Page 9)
Haas, and Cochrane are all left
handers. 1

Philadelphia has a big edge
in the catching. department,
Mickey Cochrane is the best re-
ceiver in the game today, while
Taylor, the Cub catcher, is an
old discard who has played
good ball since, joining the
Cubs. Both Perkins and Gon-
zales, the second stringers, are
veterans who are still capabi e
of playing good ball.

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ANNOUNCES, THL OPENING, OF

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Hillsdale Grid Coach'
Expects Good Season

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A New Sport Shop

"We .will have, 'a'fairly successf ul
season this .year" ;was the supposi-
tion made by Coach. Dwight B. lHar-
wood, of the Hillsdale College foot-
ball team, after watching his var-
sity squad of. 30 players working
out during the past week. Accord-
ing to Coach Harwood the Hillsdale
football squad will be heavier than
in thedlast five years.

AT THE' FORMER LOCATION

C. J. ,Gallagher

711 North Uniesty Ave

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their. high gra
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and best in foc
with the added
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A Complete Stock
of Athletic Goods.

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"SPORT SHOPS"

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-Distinctive
,de ;Boarded

in both =style and
Calfskin.

711 Nrth niversity,,Ave.

Stores

3~ a State and Packard

returning to school, will find it to:
rto visit our store. Ali~that is newest.
yotwear is offeredl for your approval'
A assurance of proper fitting.

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BURTON'S
1lk-Over Shop

115--South Main Street

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=~V and. new. students as well a's
the older classes who are acquainted
- with our store.Make it a poit to
see our complete and: latest line of
- -suits, o'coats, topcoats, sweaters, -
= shirts, sox, and ties.
CC browning Kng
=319 South Main -Street Across from thke Wuerth

Men of

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Michigan
Your New. Fall
Shoes Are Here

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20 Nmew Florsheim,
styles,
,most styles $10.00- Few Specials a
$11.00 and $12.00.
New Packard and
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B ILLIARD S

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Com~e in at c"mym.
A table iU-t. o a cil..

Alwayo Ga idoShow You WTm1I:e rNw

OtlLe*jo b'larils - : _
to think Lbout.
!3i~ards is the finest Wort of indoor rescreaion. It
Calls for concentration and good-ji dgment combined w th
accuracy and poise. You come out of a billiard game
feeling keen and fit, with a mind pleasanty stimulated,
and muscles limbered up and nerves steady.
In billiards, asin practically every sport.and recreation,
equipment and environment mean much to the enjoy.-
mnent of the game. Our recreation rooms are equipped
with Brunswick tables and accessories,, assuring play
under, the finest possible Conditions;

Campus Booter,

304 South State Street

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