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nnnrnn A Meet MineHO'VT UNCOVERS
'B'p~ b tf WEAK I mucsters__
ggregation'Tonigt YEARLING STAR
II~(Conlnueil From pa - e 6) ___
fl fl~~~flV~tis reserve forwards, will probably (CniudFoiae6
be claled upon to carry alternating tinued.
Courtwright to Order Int nsk,,e dt ihtesatn ilf~l Tannic, Damm, Cox, and Self fe. t
Dril ftr almaooThe Wolverine defense , hich ' have shown to the best advantagev
DrbAtrKzr~an proved to be so ironclad against'i h egteet hsfr h
Encountgter.t tusfa, h
Eneouncj!. iHamilton and Ontario should ipjeC I ltter looking to be the class of tWe
! ent a difficult puzzle for the Mini-a
MEI ' IN POOR COCNDITION]ers to solve. The body checking of shot put contenders. Cox was one
-.___Bryant, Hart, and, Langen has beenI of the few promising players de-
Althoery KOlain azoo p0 ssesscd a very successful while last Tuesday veloped, on the freshman football
suerorbaktblltem te hifnight Joseph frustrated many On- tr! hsflth ul akil
suprio bakebal <. th cheftario drive's with a brand of poke!tershifl,'teblyacfed
cause of the Wolverine -B1 team cheiing seldom excelled in vo1- man packing enough weight andE
defeat at theirbas Wednesday !loge circles. JsLrength to indicate that he h~s a!
nigt aybe ai t tw fctrs However Michigan's offense! future in the weight events.
namely, the poor condtiition of the which proved rather raggedt against Ofx the great surplus of htuvdlrs,!
'the Canadians must be improved Egleston, Haefele, Jackson, and D -
Michigan players and the cheese if the Miners show strength on the! Baker look to be thoe most pro mi:i-
box characteristics of the celery defense. A ing;.
city court.
The holiday layoff took sucha
heavy toll among the members of ptHo er
the Junior varsity that Coach,
Courtwright has decided to devote EXC PTI NA VA UE
the next two weeks mainly to con-EX PTO A
ditioning the squad in spite of the
fact that it m-ay mean no victories
during that period. 'p~A~~t ~ I~
Along with the conditioning pro- IVALL V O' FL LF.
cess the Wolverine mentor plans to
drill his team extensively in offenr
live tactics. In the Kalamazoo
game the Michigan team appeared
deplorably weak in their attack
and were unable to overcome the
large lead gained by their oppon-
ents early in the game.
Although, the Kalamazoo cagers
annexed 17 points in the first few
minutes of play, the Wolverine de-
fense stiffened so noticably during
the last threequre of the game
that Coach 1o0trihcis,,noty '
greatly wr'e aoth.charges
in th s es e.,. O > m a il t 1 work !'4
of the vMichi; n fiv,wwhich ;ua
nevermo 1 ha3101iarwasl
further w i~ndby thes.nall de- Aw y
mensions of the halata o court. 'Our Prlices Are A w y
Last nig-lt's practice :.ssion was;
Bargain Prices'
devoted, almost entirely to work on
the ofifence With the forward-' s and
centers wvi ;'agaist the uards 1
in aneneaorto erec ashocrt ! ®a yH40""EA 0~
pasinggam clse nde I ie as f 20 Last Lbrty Street
ket.Thepasingand gecneral floor' C
work was rge and the guards'
had little tro.uble in keeping the:-__ __
scoring low. _______________________________

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ILLnIILL MEET'
PURDUE _XT YEARl
(Spiecial to The Daily)
sURBANA, Ill., Jan. 3.-Purdue in
football, Ohio State in track and
Minnesota in swimming are new1
adversaries on the University of'
Illinois schedules for 1930 which
are practically completed.
Purdue, with whom football re-
lations lapsed after .1919, replaces'
Iowa. Ohio State comes here for
an indoor dual meeb i place of the
Hawkeyes while the, Gophers meet
the Illini in the local tank for the''
first time. A
Illinois' indoor relay carnival willj
be presented March 15, a week I
after the. indoor conference -meet
at Minneapolis. One more outdoor
track date, May 1.7, the occasion of
the state interscholastic champion-
ship; is to be filled1, probably by a
non-conferencetem
Chicago returns to the baseball
card after an absenrce of two years.
The Illini will take their tradition-
al southern trip du ring the Raster
recess, playing eight games and
probably meeting Alabama, Georgia1
Tech, Kentucky, Millsaps anid Mis-
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