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GiRIDIRON PL.AYE RS WINLL~l
BADCER nnnnitna __ORMAs I Cl-) l ,
Il~nnlrnontined fmA.POSage
winner in wrestling last year Ls~
115pounder.
Wisconsin CosCutY Squad! Parker won every' duel imeel In

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Score Slas Ove IoI which he was enter ed last s- i o n,
and Micigan. and after not going to the C o r'.-j
Michigan.once meet defeated the wiiu .ci
the Big Ten title, ITi tz. of i
SEVEN MEN GET AWARDS consin, at thle nation ln(t~Ct, l&
'(Secil o a Dily Ithe Wolverine took second iiiUj
(Spei Ito T D.ily class, with Otto Kelly and C mtaln
MADISON-Cross country run- flewitt, Parker' forms the trio orl
ners of the University of Wiscon- veterans upon whom Coach Kcn,
sin, who finished second in the dpaces most of his hopes of re-lin-
western conference championship ing the Conference championsh)i p
rune at Columbus, 0., last Saturday, which the Wolves took last year
after winning every dual meet on Auer, Draveling, Sorenson, tit
their .1929 schedule and scoring Steinke tare the remaining rnen
"slams" against Iowa and, Michi- from the Varsity squad who will
gan, received their ofricial recogni-j don w restling togs, all of them try-
tion when the athletic council an- ing for positions in the heavier (ii-
flounced the awards of major em- visions. Draveling and Steinke havo
blems' for the fall season.,'had some experience here, with
Harriers who won the coveted Steinke going against Chicago last
cross country "W's" include Cap- season and winning hisr' match
ain Delmar Fink, John Fallows, while Draveling took Ed George's
Vernon 'Goldsworthy, 'arry Cort- place in the Conference meet when
Wright, Robert Ocock, John Wohl- the big Wolverine was taken 411.
gemuth and Kenneth' Bertrand. Sorenson who won the All-Fresh-
Milton Peterson was awarded an man title lash; year and Auer plac-
official manager's "W" in cross ing second at the State A. A. U.
country. tournament at Flint are both new
Lucian Lazarus was promoted men but are counted strong aspir-
from junior to senior cross country ants for positions. Should Nfor-
manager, Harry Noyes to junior( rison, Varsity fullback add his
manager, and Eugene Summerfield, name to the list of contenders for
Aaron Sponberg and H. Kuhlman a place on the mat team Coach
to sophomore maniagerships. Keen will have 'a ealth or mater-t
Freshman cross country numer-1 lal from which to choose his men
als' were granted to George Wright, for the unlimited and 175 poundl di-
FRESMAN RACK I !visions. Morrison is a wrestler of
FhreSHllbemAN tACK.al ability, but is undecided whether,
Treherm ienameetingidaofsall to go out for the sport,
freshmFe, trackcaWndiaesdat Orville Parker, Brown, and Ricii.-
YotFedHue ensa ardson complete the list of foot-E
at 4:30 P.: M.. ball players trying out for the

SECOND ALL STAR ELEVEN BECAUSE OF TELLA WORK ALL YE AR ADVERTISINGi
" (Continued From Page 6) I his brilliant work during the lat- berth. His play was an important stead performer, including a touch-I NOTICE
back for a loss, Brunko Nagurski at. ter part of the season, factor in the stone wall character down against Army among his ac- H-. W. CLARK
the other tackle post was a bui-I Of the Michigan linemen, 1How- of the low-i line, rno opponent 'be- complishtments. Al Bovard, after a113 Suh Uiestbac
wark when used in a weak Minne- lard Poe turned in the most con- !lug able to score more than one slow start, found himself against' office Factory 534 Forest Avenue.
csistent performance this fall and touchdown on the H~awkeyes. Al Hatrvard and played first class ball Tio aeSost ot
sota line. However, his value as a; well merits his place at guard onj Steinke gets a second team place for the rest of the season. Erickson iTialorae Shoes. to Your00
plun~Lng; fullback caused Coach the first eleven. Poe often broker for his pneritorious work at guard.' of Northwestern is given the edge Riding Boots; Black or Tan
Stpears to use him as a ball carrier through to spoil the plays of the An injury late in the Illinois game over Weaver and Magnussen for $11.50 up
much of the time. His versatility lopposition, while on offense he was probably kept Steinke off the first the third team pivot post.rn orSo ear hr
w~ould make him an important as- instrumental in opening holes for team, as previous to that time he Any coach would be more than Bigu ShoeRerMade.rC
set on any eleven. Bud Poorman the Wolverine backs. Roberts of( had been Mlichigan's outstanding satisfied with a backfield composed
was given a third team position for Iowa is awarded the other guardI forward.' of such stars as Harmeson, Glass- A HITA SGETO-
-- The Illinois sophomore find, Ed- gow, Welch, and Berherr. This Take home a police pup. Finest
die Kawal, gets the center position. ~quaret would wreck havoc with' pedigree. Priced right. Arrange-
Coach Zuppkz "s protege was a lany opposing defensive. Bill Glass- ( ments can be made to ship for
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