P~1DAY,1OVm1 E zT1, 1929. ~ ~ ~THE MIC H I GAN D A ILY ._..
Intramural Department C R 0S S COUNTRY State this morning of the Harvard
PI M game. The following men are to
ans wimming eets TEAM WILL MEET make the trip to State: Captain
"matIAO U 0 (otne rmPg ,Cl )Bnson Austin, Aubrey, D'Anna,
j ( 0 "ti""ed frm Page aCol.2) MICHIGAN STATE Kennedy."Lowmaster, Feustel,
FIiv 00iV0U0S contesting teams engage in a water Hayes, Fitzgibbons, Wolfe.
Yeenker Faced With Problem of Montague of Alpha Delta Phi T-
-i Pdsitions Left holds the fraternity free style re- will endeavor to reverse their los-
inigLf cord of 10 4-5- seconds. Crego of ing streak at the expense of Michi-
by McCay and Rose. Theta Chi holds the back stroke gan State Saturday afternoon at T e onc of Hart
mark jointly with Gale of Theta East Lansing. Ten men will be'
KANITZ IS IN HOSPITAL Xi, both slimmers having covered taken along, and their showing in
the 25 yards in 13 4-5 seconds. The this meet will determine how much
Finding two guards to fill the mark 14 4-5 seconds for the breast
shoes of McCoy and Rose, two of Istroke was set by Robinson of Sig- of a show they will stand against
the outstanding basketballt play- ma Alpha Mu. In the diving com- conference compettition.
ers in the Conference last season, I petition Pottle of Phi Kappa Psi There is hardly a chance to win
will be the chief problem of Coach E holds highest honors, scoring 35 out for Michigan State has only lost
Vcenker if he is to repeat with an- of a possible 40 points. Phi Kappa
other title. The championship Psi's relay team, composed of Mc- one man from their last year's ag-
Wolverines of last year, st.nding Gill, 'Hodgeson, Patton, and Tar- gregation while Michigan has lost
fourth in the,.Big Ten in offensive bill, holds the record in that event four, Monroe, Wuerful, Jessen, and
strength, relied mainly En their air- also. Grunow, who has had an appendix
tight defense to win their games.. Each fraternity has the privilege operation.
This strength was furnished in Iof entering two men in an event.
a large part by the tall McCoy and Although one man cannot partici- The Wolverine harriers have m-
the shor't anny Rose, who while pate in two dash events, he can, proved as time has passed and!
guarding the two most dangerous however, enter one dash and ajther shoula oe at top form for the tri-
Players on each opposing team al - the diving or the relay, angular meet with Illinois and Ohio
lowed their men only eighteen bas-_______________________________-
kets apiece for the whole season,
or one and one half a game.
Veterans Are Needed.
To fill these large gap'in the
line-up, Coach Veenker will have
to use nen who were on the squad -
last year, since most of the men
from the powerful yearling team o0
last season who were counted on
to take a place on the squad have
fallen under the ineligibility axe.
Captain Chapman may be shifted GLOVES-A large as-
to one guard position, that ar- sortment of lined and un-
rangement will leave an openinglo
at center. Lovell, who won a let- lined Gloves.
ter last year is also a possibility $2.00 up to $10.00 "
for one of the open posts.
Bill Jones, after working out with
the grid squad all season up to V SCARVES and M U F - New distinctiv
now, has reported for basketball
practice, but his advent tQ the'FLERS imported and do- your entire form
squad is offset by the fact that s
Kanitz will be unable to practice1*
for some time since he is in the $2.00$15.00
hospital recovering from an oper-
ation for appendicitis. It is hopedqS
that hc will be available for play 4SOCKS - I pre
season, but his loss during the pre- J j a d
season practices will be felt by the (Special 3 prs. for $4.00)
Wolverines. I 118 East Washin
Work on fundamentals has taken
up most of the time which the team S
has put in, although Coach Veen- ! Thompson s
ker is anticipating a smooth-work-
ing offense by giving his men sev-
eral plays. These plays have not
been ,tried in scrimmage as yet, K
but are working well in dummy
TORONTO, ONT. - Dr. J. Lee
Richmond, 72, one of the first great
baseball stars in the country, and
lately dean of h emen at the Uni-
versity of Toronto, died recently
from a stroke.
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