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nnonfllrrflvhIT dema ers 'Clo¢se JOLLY HAS LEAD 'Gro .'hn Captures Third _
HADNCONSIDERED VALUABLE zBig Len Seuaon With FOR Iie' OPYCosCountry .Jaunt ' - 150,
FAE fESU{ADI I N Wii'C Tf /n Over Hoosi ers a___A
AD IT ON____I S F-- By placing first in the all-campus 310 S
OR U TCotined i a g ±'lB winning the all campus golf; cross country meet Harold Groehni
One ofthe onegest[sthellbes{tgtcwolear p e sc ed oturnament A. F3. Jolly has assumed (has achieved the unique distinction
5 dreciv VIaryetsaseo on ra e lan or-1'oryden now wcii.;nsSoh s u-i~zrriaijl all around Championship meets. In addition to yesterday's
Hadetztcke bborotanor and is a mere 13 years old. When lie yca s arkwas 501 percentage! of the ampus. Jolly defeated R. (race Groehn iwon the same evnt25 E.
Varsity Letters. inary promise. Neither of these' grows up, which should( cur mp°'ts; lower than that of last years Wickersham in the finals of the I last year and the Interfraternity ___
CH M fctors is a handicapfor any soph- ;about his last year as a Varsity, T c ; loFsllgof ountyan ssrdaensolstwek.ith0
PU DU UN ERC a omore on a Big Ten football squad I player, he is likely to be. as power- Iyrrising26 to 6 win a eeir Wash- points toward the trophy. Wicker The freshman course of two and at 6
Following the Western Confer- and when combined with an acount ry. e swll]eiud ntejsngton. Stagg's'Maroons fairly out- ham is 'second with eight whiled eight-tenths miles was covered by ca
ence meet, held at Columbus last! to learn as they are in the person' H ws rdute roeli themselves in the passing game, Redniss and Shetter are deadlocked' Groehn in 15:41. Second place was NOTI4
Saturday, in which Michigan did; of Hayden a football player of; Park high school in Chicago where dara ofin fthewardeseres th af for third honors with six uoints taken by Bob Feustel and H. H. sho
the unexpected by taking thirdl some consequence is likely to de- he won six athletic letters. Three' them dizzy. I apiece. Harbison came in third. With the pric
*place by the narrow margin of one velop. of the awards were .for his ability Wisconsin, with one win and four There are 21 sports which count 'interfraternity and all-campus S. L
point, the letter-men for the sea-! Although he was an oustandingI on the gridiron while the other defeats, ended on the bottom of toward the all around cup but one cross country meets out of the way, TYPII
son were announced. There are tackle on last year's strong fresh- ( three were gained for heaving the the hieap. Seldom have the Bad-; individual may compete in only 18; the next and final harrier race will very
OftinBnon et utheseD'-it wsudwihs tetack squad,_grs encountered such rough go-! of them. be held tomorrow afternoon. roe.
Anna and. Fitzgibbons.Oftee-twsea ing as met themr this season, but -- -
Austin, D'Anna, and Fitzgibbons! ed that lack NEW YORK, N. Y--Barry Wood, it is to their credit that they were' YI
will be back for next year. of seasoning. star Harvard quarterback has been able to push the powerful Minne-i rate
With three letter-men returning( which a play- named by the American Tennis as- soda team to its utmost to ain a DISTINCTIVE FOOTWEAR
for next year, and with several - er gains dur- sociation on the Davis Cute squad win over tham in their last start of
gotyodnr freshmen runners, the cross- ing a Con- for next year. the year.-
- onr emfor next year, should ( ference cam- - - - - - - - -- - - -__ - - -Ha
be very successful. Howell, who has;.~. paign would -- °'
tied' the record for the freshman force HaydenF2.4 '-
course,, also held by Ftzgibbons, * to keep to the
Braden, who won several time..........bench in f a- L on
trials, an H ill, w ho w on the nu-esorao the
. meral race, are the outstanding so0meCxvh a t
prospects oh"rsmn qa. HYE mr xei Ten Dollaxrs
Haley, Leiter, and Akins, are also! enced material On the other hand- (Contnued From Page 6) Michigan team, including the au-
good runners, ~there was a gaping vacancy at both The going was rather slow for to*o h ot ihoeacr
Martin is Winer. of the tackles so the coaches began, such farst bail carriers, RayI claim that the pigsuin soared be-
, The conference meet. ran rather!; working on him as a prospec;t to! Parker was the eighth Wolver- tenteurgtbta uhaOC
tretgom wt nin innill one of the empty positions. s ine finishing his gridiron da's. !hht the therghts u tc a The nlew Eton-constructed tretOom ihIdan inn
asx ~ ected. They won with thel His ability to learn their lessons t performied well at tackle iyoferrnthjug ntofhefMatnI p tdGan
lowesttels iiyo erri tejdmeto heI pre total of pints in quite a iwere most reassuring to the coaches, g~n hels period, beieng course of the ball. andi coc G a
--few years. They had 36 while in ! and he was deemed worthy of aj rewarded for faithful perse- ___ over the highan narrow heel fit- FOR
-last year's conference meet, 72 was chance to show his wares in the vrance. It was M11ichigan's first, last I tin ls, iic:ssre ouapeupar
sufficient to win. Mihigan placed early games. However, ex~perienc' and only scoring opportunity I tn la ,whc asue yo apr-wit
considerably back of Indiana and could not be entirely ignored and CatiilGaso fteHw ftegae'h ikmna-fc tig o
Wisconsin in second place, just thbe veteran Porman and the old-,cyes is just about the best back tempted a belated forward pas- i fc itn .Ph
beating Ohio State out for third. er Auer as well as another sopho- seen in the new stadium this year. sigatc hc-a ruh lic
The Wolverines took 109 pit more, Roach fo-ced'Hayden to share The veteran .Hawkeye, who is also sigatakohchw s eouh"__
pitteat onyatrwhile the buckeyes had 110. Martin 'his position during the greater' a baseball star, can pass, kick, and1 Hagerty had intercepted one ( BAU~
-of Purdue was the individual win- ,ato h esn -n~ihtebltelte atr of Truck's long heaves on the f a-
ner, winning in 26:26, a fairly good Hydnplyd npractically gig i m tWodof He d e isoveofBhry H'iwknine-yard stripe. So ter
-time. His team, however, had no every game this season and gain- . close to victory and yet so far ( A
support for him and finished in' ed the experience to make him one1 ot oeru and driving backs+ away was thp-feeling of the A Itt '~i 1 tft iI
seventh place. I of the leading candidates for theI seen in the Big Ten in some years, ( tired Wolverines as they trailed X. l inga
*-Trophies: Awarded. (tackle berthr next year. Before he- usually requiring two or more tack-! into the showers as the final i
The arpam roph rae ws fIs through with " football at Mich- lers to bring him down. His legs IACD
orked like pistonshasrheerammed gun barked out for the last NIKEL
ruf.ah am ie stewore epsosa erme'NCESACD
ruIf t h ae iea te(- time over the turf of the Mtichi-
* cnfrecemetthefistMihianVARSITlY'TAKES I through the line or went around jg tdu o h er12.-- -
conernc met te frs Mchga L (end for much of Iowa's ya idage. I _ stadium__for__theyear_ 1929.
man to finish getting his name en -RA TC'1I~THis removal in the last quarter by __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _
gravd onthetropy an alo re ~ - ' Coach Ingwersen is somewhat of a
-ceiving a silver cup. D'Anna andj mystery.
-Fitzgibbons also received cups. An- Swimming o ne'wytdy
wasth oferofProesor arerfirst practice meet from the fresh- Hagerty, gained as much
-to take hirn home in an aeroplane. amen. Last ear's conference chain- ground through the MichiganC " eeA si ' so w nt sprz . ( insg h rdha
PeterAusins oin rets pinzte. in ahee oalo 5pins ln sany plunger has beer t"
Atrdsorggrslsnth by winning five out of the eight1I able to do this ,year. It was
opening meets losing to Ohio State regular evens.Bthtam'loe
adytWioniinadametwe e ntpsedBthto eain heirHagerty who alternated with ouRe aiz e
in the tn- angular meet- with the i good form. in several of the events,( Glassgowv in toting the ball to,
Buckeyes and the Illini, and losingi and in a few instances the winners theg fte ihgnga
~~~~~--- the Wolverine harriers did very~ lead. The yearlings were successful'lnol oh eusda h
crucial moment. He was effe-
' eli t gn h i p e ot k nc utn o oa f2 ons A i ethird in the Conference meet. The summary of the events fo- I inc ng'urski of Dlthes fta
Tows: 200 yard relay, won by the inI hn-trog h o-WAN
,. gqvarsity, Hosmner, Walker, Ault, and i ~l r Pp, ; a
'golfer Dies After Wlia;MognloderKr- Fau;1 eye speed flash, only shavea
Mai g Po rSro elland Fenskeswam for en thehefirat whan you arrive.home ouwill hveonly F.
200inyardorbreasteand second halves. The heavy ehnl.~'
* T SOkaNov. 25-Nathan yard free style, Walker; 440 yard'u{atogfhegtaa o two Clays (Monday and T'eslay) before Christmas-
tGreenberg, Tulsa business man, 'free style, Ault and Kennedy, tie; I one 6-yard rompn around end.I \ If
'~ dropped dead on the first tee of 150 yard back stroke, Schmieler;: His total scrimmage was only foIsopig
*the MFarlin Country club here 100 yard free style, Schmieler; 300 19 yards.frsop ig
yesterday after a bad drive. Death yard medley, Meigs, Lemak, and This decision on th.e disputed
was attributed to a heart attack Schmieler; and diving, Raike and-.place kick is one whichi will never-
caused by strong emotion. Giriishaw. be satisfactorily settled. The entire
i ____- -------- --- ----- -- That packages and cards mailed this late will
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