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HOOSIERS \TO MEET'
QAKR STRA'

GIANT ITALIAN IS CONTENDER ALL CAMPUS GRAPPLER TOURNEY
FOR TUNNEY'S VACANT TITLE;-;LL J RLVEALS VARSITY POTENTIALV
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Indiana Will Follow Michigan in
Invasion of Philadelphia to
Play Pentxsylvania.
WILL MAKE COMPARISON
Probably the outstanding basket-
ball game in the East today froml
the standpoint of the Wolverine
fans will be the University of Penn-
sylvania-Indiana tilt which will be
played in Philadelphia. This con-
test should give a fairly reliable
basis for the usual guessing con-
test as to who will win later in the
season when the Indiana and Mich-
igan meet in two games.
Both Indiana and Michigan will
have played the Penn cagers on the
same court and if the resulting
scores give either of the Confer-1
ence teams a decided advantage,
that team will bask in the sunshine +
of favortism for at least another
month. Unreliable as previous
scores may be, especially in the
realm of basketball, they none-the-,
less form the foundation for plenty
of arguments among fans and are
bound to make an impression on{
the coaches whose teams are in-
volved. /
To Arrive Today.
The Hoosiers are due to arrive in
Philadelphia this morning in time
to hold a short workout on thc
Pennsylvania court in order to ac-
custom them to the floor. During
the practice session the past week
in the Indiana field house Coach ,
Dean had the court reduced 10 feet
in length to coincide with the east-
ern floor.
It is quite likely that much the
same lineup of the Pennsylvania
team will be used against the
Hoosiers as was employed in the
M$ higan g a m e. Outstanding
among the players on the eastern
team is Al Brodeck who has been
leading his teammates in scoring
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Vote to Determine National
Title Shows Notce Rime,
Pitt, Purdue Ltld.
OTHER TEAMS DROPPED!
Completon of the firs or p'e.

vantage Benz finally got control of
the situation. By sheer grit and
several ligh tning like moves he
managed to prevent Heims from
breaking loose. When the bout was
nearly half over Heims made a
brilliant recovery to free himself
from the tenacious rab clinging to
his back. His valiant efforts came
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11nrau nu wnen Benz caugnt him
liminary ba llt by he nat inal jury napping and again assumed the
engayerd in eletinl !w * Ei noupi - upper hand. With but two minutes
ship football temiii for the Albert to go leims on top but his oppon-
Russel Ericirne Awanrd s;iiwv.; Note ent resumed the favored position
,Ia the ntch ended.
Dame, Pittsbrhe aind ld i Awar Peor physical condition proved
the lead, the oruH m ol Aard to be the deciding factor in the 160
ainnolurCes. thOiC the e I ains arel pound division. Parker, the under-
sutfici 'ntly far ahead of the restpuddisi.Prk, hune-
of the field tha hei names wi dog at first, finally won the titU-
i m tr' honors with a 1:56 time advan-
be strr aita jr lby he oil itst toatie lwhen Bosma, a promising'
leetion of the aridi ron) campfitalS. looking freshman, tiring rapidly'
In addtioi to Ctor the close was unable to do
In cl <r t-1,:(,t lht( leal-more than prevent his opponent
ers, 12 other colleges receved votes moom thng his mat.eAt
in the preliminary ballot. These ron throwing him to the mat. At
teams, whose votes were not su fi- the half way mark Parker nearly;
cie'iit to qulalifyf (hem for a pace got a fall, but Bosma managed to
on thy;' final Ixallot nre t.Mary'break loose and get the advantage.'
of California, Tulane, SouthernA couple of minutes later Bosma
Calrfornra, 'Tes Chrristkan, Ten-was almost thrown again and be-
nessee, Yale.a Chr tntmouth, NorthI gan to look tired. Parker held the
Carolina Stanford, Colgate, Utah-
and California. Some of these
teams received only one or two
votes out of the total of 750 votes C
cast by the national juiry of 250 AMIE'P
sporting editors. Each jury mem-
ber voted for three teams.
Immediately upon tabulation of TAI
the final ballot, the winner of the
1929 Erskine Award will b
announced. In addition to tw
huge silver cup which will be pre- Fine Cust
sented to the victorious college to
be held for one year, the coach of
the team will receive a Studebaker Altering
sedan.
ST. PAUL--Fred Fulton, the Min-
nesota plast~erer, hes been restore;!O mthSaeSt oe
n~es s en308 South State St. (over C
to good standingj in tlio Minnesota
ring and will try for a comeback
during the next year.

match.
Sigerfoos took a hard foight
match in the l i g h t heavy-
weight division with a time advan-
tage of 2:16 over Brockmeyer. The
match see-sawed back and forth
for about six minutes when Siger-
foos got a momentary advantage.
Losing it he was almost thrown by
Brockmeyer, but slipped away by
bridging beautifully. For the last
two minutes Sigerfoos held the ad-
vantage to win the championship.
A football veteran, Al Steinke,
won the heavyweight crown by pin-
ning Richardson to the mat as the
match reached the half way mark
Steinke held th advantage most of
the time and finally won on a fall.
Two more football men, Auer and
Draveling participating in the un-
limited class, waged a nip and tuck
battle to divide the honors at the
conclusion of the bout. There was
no advantage at the end of two
minutes so that Auer winning the
toss chose to go down on the mat.
After a moment he broke loose and
the match seesawed back and
forth until its termination.

BROTHERS

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Reputed to be the Ae s, opean hope to capture the heavyweight
championship of the world is thissix foot giant from Ibaly. Weighing
284 pounds Carnera is the biggestman in the ring game at present
and foreign critics conceed him agood chance to fill the champion-
ship left vacant by Gene Tunney.

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Reweaving
Phone 22286

CoaChes to Meet in
New York Next Week

L A n Moss, Louisville pitcher,
cla'~'r ~ the prize rookie of the
ye lbeen bought by the Cubs
aa ur reported at $40,000.

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su iar ns scson ana wno account
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ed for four baskets against the
Wolverines. most important to the general pub.-
Coach Dean expects to use either lie, inasmuch as it has to do with
Eber or Veller in the Indiana line- the game itself, This is not the
up in an endeavor to stop this committee that makes the -football
scoring ace. However Sander at the rules, but is composed solely of
center position of the Pennsylvania coaches, who debate the questions'
team is another player who will that arise, decide on them, and
have to be watched by the Hoosiers make suggestions accordingly to
if they hope to keep the score low. the Football Rules Committee,
This National Committee then
Cagers Will Return votes on the rules suggested by the
coaches, and usually follows the!
Early for Practice j suggestion of the Rules Committee
of the American Football Coaches
(Continued from Page G) Association. This question takes up
tests, leading his mates in baskets a great part of the time in the
scored. Something of his ability I morning session.
may be gleamed from the fact that In the afternoon, three separate
in the last game he accounted for divisions of the game will be dis-
eight of his team's baskets and ap-1 cussed. Bob Zuppke; of Illinois, is
pears to have won a regular berth the chairman of the Offensive foot-
over the veteran Scheie. ball division, which will discuss
Another new comer who showed running plays, the backtvard pass,
up to good advantage in this con- the passing game, the punting
test was Gadler, who scored the game, place kicking, and quarter-
major share of the remaining back strategy. Discussion of each
points gathered by the Gophers. of these topics will be led by some I
Gadler is slated to hold down a expert in that particular field.
regular guard position during the! The Defensive football section is
rest of the season and will prob-' under the chairmanship of Dr.
ably start against the Wolverines. Spears, of Minnesota, and wili
The other members of the squad bring up for discussion problems of}
who seem most likely to be used defenseive line and backfield play,
against the Michigan five are various styles of defensive play,
Loose, who will team with Sommer j and defensive strategy. Tong. Lieb,
at the forwards, Bondy, a guard, I of Notre Dame, is in charge of the
and Norgaard, center, discussion on football training.

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