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Wid)NESDAY, DEIC. 4, 1929

THE MICHIGAN

L)AIA2Y

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LACK OFEXPERI1ENCED MNHANDICAPSi TROJANS LEAD
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NATION OVER, SIX YEAR PERIOD

Mon day's Events

IIiI1I I I 'liIII(Continued From Page 6) ag stands at.7. only two points
''''rn3 Colgate, on th~e other hand, clo.sed cl bivnd that of Califoainiia, and t hree
iiiliiU I i- iu LIIUII - ____a successful year to jump ten places -ocints behind Purdue. A w~irn
ConinedFrm ag ~ the offense wil be built. At present Princeton,. Purdue, a'nd Califon-ureartly, but another lo. cr 'J.11 prob-
Five good players 'n a squad of ?Wistein is not reporting for prac- nila hold the next three positionVsably send them dank, ; u , elcse
20 meni of mediocre ability, how- tice due to a sprained ankle, but, respectively, the Boilermakers; to the .700 mark.
ever, is: enough to insure a suc-! should be ready for action late this ,Iiumpfig from 35th place to 23rd in:1 The, emainder ofvthe aejar col-
cessful Season providing the re- week or early next. a single campaign, lege teams ended in p' I 5hpae ienth sbhid sax pt n wih ticda ted
serve material is of passibie quai-, Tyler and* Justice are two men their position =last year, tad hela. <,fceason,. h eeaaddfesmnn-,selte with the e~xet1.titn of:
ity. If Coach Courtright can fl!in h er w eaaedbfreshandiu Wolverines, who experi encedctheir one western and one sout hern
this number of outstanding cagers,nocmetinbstbllte- 1 second consecutive poor season,,} team. The University of Washing-
theoutookis ot o goom. ison EiherTylr o Juticven hogh hy did pick u ?tonl suffered a tremendous drop
teulosnotodigloomyac son.c EiherfpTylergofaJte are o ground toward the close of each from 12th to 27th place, fini';hing
At peset; ccodin toCoah cpabl ofplaingat he uar orcampaign. Their winning percent- the six year perirod with a mark
Courtright, there are only five men; forward berths and in view of the i - -- - - - - --__-- -- __
and the "B" squad whose abilities! fact that Winstein is a foreward, j1,11 1 11 1
have been proven to any extent.l at least one of these men is likely
Winstein, a forward, is the only! to see service at one of the guards.
man carried over from last sea-( The other two men on the squad I
son's Junior Varsity and will prob- who have recognized experience
ably forum the point about which at Michigan are Falls and Lindsay.,IA
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of .719. Florida. which turned out I Sigma Alpha Mu defeated Pi
another powerful outfit, jumped !Lambda Phi, 2-1.
above the .700 mark! Kapp, Nu defeatecd -Ph1i sigma
The booby prize is split between Delta, 3-0.
Indiana and Chicago, two Western ,PiCidfae et lh
'Conference elevens, and the only EpiChn, ete D3-0.Aph
major college teams in the countryEsln,30
to close the six year period on the All-Camnpvs Singles-- handball.
' wrong side of the ledger. Last sea= Moore defeated Borin, 21-6, 21-19.
ison it was Stagg's Maroons who Greenbaum: defeated Berkowitz,
graced the bottom of the heap, butE (default.)
a poor season for the Hoosiers put Weiner defeaited Becker, 21-10,
.!them below Chicago in the latest 21-9.
standings. Chicago's mark is .444, Volleyball.
while that of the Hoosiers stands Psi Upsilon defeated Phi Kappa
at .422. 1Sigma, 2-0.

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