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INVASION

VEEKERENMEE IINDIANA LEADERjiNDA
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INDINA TMOR.O URBAINA Il

GRAPPERS ITHINCLADS HEED
I GR PP ER fi i U M [T 0rixa t 1h
FLBET_ IL! WiIOWA TRACK CAL
[1..u Jan 1 Tes t rad- IO W A CITY , Iow a, Jan. 18.- ,
s~ity of Illinois will be with three major champions, :
en lettermen this sea-1 Cage Game and Swimming Mect! men who hold some kind of a ti,
*R. Morrison, L. M.! Constitute Schedulc share, and at least one cexperienc
Crane, W. L. Dooley,;
x. Tonkoff and L. J. fot Coing Wcek. ;letter man in eleven of the even
maay bc forthcoming in Coa
n ave 12won 40 oust of46 NEITHER HOLDS EDGE T. Bresnahan's tenth year as Ur
ce12, but were de- - versity of Iowa track coach.
Ligan last season. The ..Fo n tefed os taka
mien on the squad on BLOO IGtoN.i., Jan.e hlfel oue rcka
are Allie Morrison, BOMNTOId,.a.13 in, jumping pits and shot puttii
the second yea wo Exaininations and the Indiana- yer r 1aeas, some 100 Hawkeye athlet
ie national A. A. U.; Wisconsin basketbaal gamie here on have set their muscles into the si
ite and was the onlyf Thursday night occupy the imae- mnh'tann otn.Ee
yin a title nNtheo1928 light at Indiana, university for theletrenowacnthtsu
Joe Sapora,1Nt co ing week. The swimming team$
en -115 pound chain- ilas e cino uvca two will join it for outdoor even-
onfl ill 'wrestle in the! night when DePauw invades Bloom,-- and another pair awaie an eligibj
ss this year.; ington. ity ruling.
wno was undefeatedi After dropping its first confer- Olympic competitor and Arne
meets last season, is I ence gar e to Northwestern the iea's broad jump champion of 19'
n the.13 pound class, Badgers came back last wveek to de- S Edward L. Gordon, Gary, Ind., tl
tterbgak, an inexper- I feat Ohio State by a 32 to 25 score! high and broad' leaping Negro,
is the niost promis-( on the Buckeyes' playing floor. Lack the standout of the brigade as
ght. Russ Crane, the r~of height in the entire Badger reputation. His kangaroo lea,
in last season, will isquad, except Foster, proved a big brought him the W estern Confet~e h 6 r 1 5 h n i a nt eo e i g - m ih e c ,N to a ol ga e n ,
as :although at present Northwestern. tional A. A. U. titles last spring, ar
ting for Bob Chamn-, Capt. Bud Foster in the ccnter i his six-two high jumping won set
in, the leading mvid- position is the outstandcing Badger 1ond in the National Collegia
tseason, wha proba- player and has been scoring hneav- meet.
eavailable because of ily in conference games, already' Aiding in the field men's eclipsi
ni. Gene "Tonkoff, arn- played. Dr. Meanwell, Badger: of runners and hurdlers is Hen
can, is the leading coach, will proba bly use the samveIF. Canby, Mt. Pleasant, the pC
sght, while W. E. He- starting lineup as in games played viaulter who made a new Confe
none, is the most pro-? thus far. Matthusen and Farber ence indoor record last year, ar
under. will be at the forward posts, Fos-1 exceeded the American indoi
ter at center, and Chmielewski and! mark from a dirt runway.
fi Ft alpai g tg ad . C nil w M)R1ft ,W'S +G LMEL I ski will be reinen bored as the star
' performer who sank several long ATHLETIC EVENTS FOR
P No. ; shots on the Indiana floor last year THlE COM1ING WEE
c C C 14 to give the Badgers a close deli- ___
....... F 3 sion. =In the two games played be- asketball
.......F 4 tween Indiana and Wisconsin last, Jan. 20-Indiana, here.
....... F 6 ,season., the Hoosiers 'were, defeated I Jan 21--"B" .team vs. Michgar
... F 7 .j'beaontulties by close margins. The 'SaeNra ee
........ G 8 = scores were 24 to 20 and 27 to 25.1 an StaBteaml,.her t
........G 11 The team presents the typical an. "C,-A." teev.Deri
...... G 17 Meanwel defense that makes scor- Hockey
.......F 1-J ing difficult for any opponent, but Jan. 20--Minnesota, there.
-- the short stature of all the players Jan. 21-Minnesota, there.
P No. except Capt. Foster leaves some- T an. 22--Marquette, there.
..... G 4 thing to be desired by Indian a.i Jan. 5M .Ctee
...... F 6 However, the Badgers handle thel WreM.s.Cthee.
tc)...........' 7 ball beautifully and execute" the JIan. 25 rMeSCthee.
....... G 8 coinplicated Meanwell plays withi Sw25 m mig.e.
....... F 1.2 pleasing precision. SwimmiBatl ng.e, hee
....... G 13 Indiana has been developin~g itl J an. 22-BTleontreYkM.there.
... G 22 each game. After a bad start dur- 25-TronoY.c .
.. F 23 ing which games were dropped tohre

ICONG ER BEATEN

CAGERS CONCLUDE

Branch Mct rackei
Hoosier cage star, who
his 1930 Indiana basketb
against Michigan at )
house tomorrow night.

will lead
)all team
ost Field

Bob' Chapman will draw the pivot
position on the tip-offs only, drop-
ping back to customary back guard
post and Truskowski will take
over front line opening so vacated.
Bill Orwig, whose play has fea"tred
the pl'ay of Wolverine cage tcaaisj
for two years at a forward post, will
take over the all-important run-',
ning guard duties. The defensivet
powers have shown satisfactory im-
provement along with a better un-
der basket attack and unless the
men of Veenker show a lapse the!
team which will take the flooar
against Indiana tomorrow night
will force the play all the way. I
With Dowing out of the game
due to an injury, it is likely that
some of the sophomores will see,
duty.

wiches and

Sand-
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or these
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ages for
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CHICAGO,, U - he Chicago uefaixo, -a-'' CHICAGO, III.-Ray Schapk, n(
WHIeGO SoxilplyT25exChibitiond Notre Dame by only a 'few:+ coach of the Chicago Cubs, believ
Whit So wil pay 2 exibiionpoints, the Hoosiers came out of the that Gabby Hartnett's sore arm w
games, 17 of them with the New rut to win handily the opening con-f be in condition to enable him.
York Giants, dauring their Spring ference game with Chicago by a rgi his effectiveness as st
training Season.j score of 36 to 24. cahregin er
Dre irts
Extraordinary care and attention must be given to the
latndering of dress shirt 'and collars. The co11egre
mian demands work of the highest quality.
We have, therefore, developed a
method of exacting care which
satisfies the most meticuilous.*
Prhone 4219

~>-~*~ ~ Cappon Puts Squad Through
ed 3< i Light Practice During
cIt,2''Q::: Veenker's Absence.
IMPROVEMENTS SHOWN
ni nd {Topping off a week of strenuous
dr ill in preparation for the all-mn-
ingJ' portant Indiana game with a light
tes session on shooting and ball hand-
ix- ling, Coach Gppon, who took
ten charge of the Varsity cage squad In
en! the'absence of Coach Veenker, >pro-
a dnounced the players fit to lay thei
ts, * game of their lives.
Backed against the "mall by two
defeats at the hands of Ilinois ad
Purdue in less than 'a eek, the
29, Wolverines have shown a determin-
,he II tation in their practice for the Hoo-
is' sier game which brings to mind the
to ; -spirit showen by the gridiron team
;ns .of last fall. Pummeled and beat-
en l en by Conference opponents untl
a_ the rospects of winning a major
ndf gamne began to look gloomy,Coah
Kipke's warriors outfought a powu-
tte ! 4 ( erful Harvard aggregation to tae
a 12-14 win from the Elasterners.
A I Indications yesterday, afternoon
fig RA mw were that Coach ,Veenkex' old
rN 01r=l send Weiss and Kaniitz in at the
1e ~ forward psts, Chapman junixg
rid'RayCongr jcenter with Joe Truskowski coig
or tja Cne up 'to that 'position during;pay.y
Or Beaten in his first starnt of the ! and rwig filling the other gard
current indoor track season, when v
he slipped andl fell as he Was start-1 This omnbination will giv te
Ii spintrinsh n te MlesM:-Michigan coacha the benefit of hay-
in aHugh ntMemori ,50-etyer run- ing, four lettekmen on the fo,
{ vHu hemboar riack1,of-mter102ndwhile Weiss, as one. of the fastest
Engerter'soarmotryckinf New Yorkdmen on. the squad will undoubtedly
Raygners iowmork ingNehaYr;tospeed up the offense. The Shift9~
I Ra Cogeris ~owworinghar toof Orwig to a guard pst giVes0 t~i
n regain the form that has made himi team a man to start the pays wi
almost unbeatable in the past. has plenty of eperience ad4 who
Conger's track career started at ci fast enough to gt the bull into
Iowa State, while since graduation play with-out delay.
{ lie has beaten such internationally ? Agast Indiana, a team w*h1~
known stars as Paavo Nurmi, Lloyd J takes advantage of every brak, this
*ahn, Edvin Wide and Peltzer. (onnudnage7
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