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(Continue From Page U){ Within a2mnoth from the presentsLively. 712,
____ feature will be especially important1' date, the advance guard of pitcher s Evidently Manager Joe Mathy 1N'OT'--
LagnScrsWinn Cutrin that Michigan must et the ball1 SWIM MEET WON Kappa Psi (ose. Hodgson, Kir), and catchers belonging to 16 maor believes that Gabby Hartnetts arm i oper
Lan e Scoes Winin ounte i g2nd Theta Chi (Townsend, Crego, oe
Afe ovrnsTal down to their opponent's basket lYP I~ AP S oerad ht i(n eroague bal clubs will be going! has sufficiently recoveredl from last ines
BdePukTa.fast. Truskowski has been playing!s(ale, IHouck.) Time, 1:37 2-5. j through their limbering up exe- year's ailing, Miguel Gonzales, se- and
god al> llsesn"ndhs5ped Phi Kappa Psi, for the second - cises in preparation for the 1930 nd string receiver, havingben ie
LOSESd"EupARL"150; pen er cn"t ut oc consecutive year, carried off firstiChns Volleyball baseball campaign in the spring1 relasdi during thie major league °
W____Veiss and Kanitz at the forward khc _ars at the fraternity s in.m'rig/ training camps.( meetings. In addition to these !Sr
Dipaigafn rn fhc-berths are two men who are os-I meet. Out of ,e eight e ti the.A neesTil At the present time, withouti deals, the Cubs have releasd ArtI --
eyaantoeo h togs esd wit edeyes for the hoop scored in all buiL the 220free style;__j__means ofceut oparethe e itemsby Nef Iiaon d hangrve secured several NOpert
teams they will be called on to face ,! htof aewln'ahquanted with iand diving, for a total of :forty-one The Chinese Suet A emgmso h riigsaoad Piaepi' he het i n
duringth ethe e eentiree pwseasons ""them pow- ofthe taartg ofsohandlinglaeltha'schall.heat in an
erful .Michigan hockey sextet de- Daniels, Lovell' and Ricketts are points. Their nearest rivals. Theta I defeated the B" team in the finals! with no idea as to the condition of; the American league appear to be 25th2
feated the Conference leading Bad- nmost likely to get in thegaei Chi, fiinished with 27 points. Theta of the Independent Volley r,. the players, it seems safe to predict, the Yankees and the Indians. New 21
ges o ic ni n a t rig a y o h eg lr h wsign, f Xi with 'ID,,Chi Psi , Pi Chi 5, league. This is the second co - that the coming ball season 'ill ;York may o ay not have shot it
overtime battle at Madison, Friday; weakening, aid in the forcd ab- Lambda Chi.Alpha 4, 'Alprw Omeg'a secutive year that the Chinese Stu-! again find the Philadelphia Ath- j bolt, but should be god for one Comp
snce of Joe Downing, wh ia and :;Kippa Delta Rho "r, wee the ents have annexed the tile. letics and the Chicago Cubs a - more year of good baseball to give 'mak
night, by a 2 to 1 score. !cmn wl tlalg inojurywaput other houses to score .pints. A special match is being an- rayed against the field in their re- the Al's a fight. Of the newer STke
ptiBattling throughout thr'ee pe-iPattnweof Ph KaleaiPs ywao I ranged between the Indepedn petS eausTi
odofgrulig oky ihtehim on the hospital list, it is pr- PttnofPi - fPs asi- nettpct league teams that are forging to the front
;rids f guelinghocey iththebable that all of them will geta dividual high point man with nine, winners and the fraterniy winners, Both of the lau hmin the Cleveland Indians look to br ia
count still standing at one goali chance to show their wares . scored-by placing first in 100, 3rd in: Tigon. The wining team, om- have apparently strengthened ther the best. _
apiece, the game went two extra _________ the 50yard 'freestyle and -being onlI posed of Set, Cha, Yuen, Yee, Mar. team through trades in the eilY sea- Pittsburgh and Philadelphia! TRY
periods before Langen,. brilliant i the winning relay -'team. 'He c;s won in two straight games, 17-l5 son. The Athletics have releasedi should give the Cubs a fight in the i $12
sophomore center of the Wolver-i Basketball Audience forced to break the Intramural pool and 1513. outfielder Walter French, pitcheri older circuit. Even though the; Din
-fense unassisted to cage the goal to~ ee oingIVIatCu vwith the fast time of :64 in order the Chinese team substituted inl an have in exchange two young hurl- !their group of powerful sluggers Ma
'that cinched the game for Coach ___ to. take first honors. Pocock of ChiI indoor soccer game and were beat- ers who showed exceptional prom- ore than offsets that barrier.
Lowry'schares. Traiing 1-0 go Spetatrs a th Miciga- Pni5 who took second place with + en by thie more experienced Hindu ise in the Pacific Coast league last TYPE
ing into the third and last regular ana basketball game Monday ngh ei htpoints ;for a first in thre 50- e m in a p^tie g m . er ah fe!nd Se,.oh 0 Shires C ognfers r W ith .eid h ihg n d f ne m n tt eY s il o s ilb n ad fe tl a d as c n l c 1~zi A he~ r ne l b S i eb t fe l
Captain Bryant and Sammy Hart, tertained in an unusual manner in the 100 shattered the poolrecord MNDYSCSHEDULE' The Cubs have apparently solved Landis on Baseball a~l
.collaborated in bulging the Wis-i during the few minutes interveningi in winning the 5-yard swim in 5 Basketball their third base problem that ws -5&6@
"'consin net for the Maize and Blue'sI between halves. According to Coach' and 3-5 seconds. Patton's team-1 (After the Michigan-Indianal the one weak spot on the team lastM1vA-0 ~ I1i- __
,first score after almost 10 minutesj "Let" Philbin, boxing instructor, a j mate, Vose, also broke a pool r) c- game. season with the purchase of Lester' CHICAGO, Janl. 18-Charles A- ( TYPI
of the period had elapsed, Bryant i snappy ring match will be staged ord. He navigated the 50-yard 9:0- Chinese Club vs. Oakland Bell, frmer St. Louis and Boston' thur"TeGa"Shnstdyad rt
making the shot after taking a at that time. 'breaststroke .in 35 seconds. Rats, player. Bell formerly played wvith'adttotfaltoerswMu-
'pass from Hart. Duel to the limited time, the Summary of Results Frosh. Lits (Cohen) vs. Jun- Rogers Horn sby at the Mound city tamn Landis, connissioner of base- j__
Badgers Score. imatch will be held to two rounds. 50-yard backstrok-st, H'odgson- ion Lits (Foster) and from there shifted with the ball. Hie was ready to tell thne com-
Wiscnsins oly soreof te ITwo of Philbin's proteges will take (Phi Kappa Psi), 2nd, Crego (Theta Lairy's (Butler)vsRokt Rajah to the Braves. He is at his missioner thathewlfoskte
game came late in the opening ses- part. They are Jack Yuen Chi), 3rd, Pottle (Phi Kappa Psi), ( (Engleman) best when working in collaboration boxing business and concentrate onl
Sion, when Don Meiklejohn, veter- and Sam Anzent. Yuen has been 4th, Gale (Theta Xi). Time, :34. W. D. B.'s vs. Ben Mats. with the great second basemnan andc thie business of playing first base ifL
.an Wisconsin center, got the puck the all-Campus fly-weight chain- 100-yard -freestyle-1st, Patton 9:45-Sigma Alpha Epsilon 'B" vs. this fact should make him more1 the commiss.ioner dsires.
patgaleTmpiswiho l on for' the past two years. Anzent.I (Phi Kappa Psi), 2nd, Pocock ((Chi Beta Sigma Psi "B" important to the Cubs than h e was Vhdlile Mr. Ladi was said to be
two and one half minutes of the i a freshman this year and has psi), 3rd, Witter (Lambda Chi .el- Phi Sigma Delta "B" vs. Phi1 with the Braves at year, where h iln obhv h etaotC
peidrmiig(Fo httm shown boxing form that bodes ill pha), 4th,, Fossum (Thita Chi).I Epsilon Pi "B" missed a dependable keystone sack- A thir'fccudre, *hre still recmain-i
-on Michigan vainly attempted to for preent campus boxers. 'Time, :64 (niew record).I Delta Sigma Delta "B" vs. I r with whoml he could work effc- ed past incidnts to be sttled._
Pilbin explained that the pur- 220- yard _retl-sFsunDlaKpaEsln""- -- --
tisesdw the un th abroughtrisofpose of the bout will be to enter- (Theta .Chi), ,2nd, Power (Theta Kappa Nu "B" vs. Kappa Sig- WAN
them no results until Bryant's goal tain the audience and acquaintj Chi), Anderson (Theta .Xi), 4th,! ma "B" g + I me
slpebyFicintetidp-them with the sport. Dickey (Sigma Chi). Bowling A 1XI1Z4.NTiA~)1N 1LSTUDE NTS!
slpe yFic ntetidp-_,od.I 50-yard freestyle-1st. Pocock 4:00-Phi Kappa. Psi vs. Phi Beta R a oneokn- o x esv- o A
Thewinovr te Bdgrs ive jby a comparison of scores against (Chi Psi), 2nd, Kirn (Phi Kappa!I Delta Ra ~or~oigNtEpnieNtWN
Tihga he inaover the adger g iv scosn Psi), 3rd, Patton (Phi Kappa Psi Handball Exclusive-Just Enough to. be Inducive. sir
-ence, this being the only game that One factor that will hurt the 4th, Towvnsend (Theta Chi). Tire, Phi Beta Delta vs. Pi Delta SO
the Wolverines have played. Wis-,Michigan team in the Minnesota 25 3-5 seconds. (new record) I Phi (championship) Da
consin's record stands at two vic- J series will be the loss of Captain i 5O'-;yard breast . stroke-l st, Vose 1I'________________ 7
tories and one defeat, the two wins; Clarence Bryant, whp will be forced (Phi -aappa Psi), .2nd, Pottle (Phi Gslassgow Wl Decline
-''being accomplished over Minnesota to return to Ann Arbor to resume Kappa 'Psi); '3rd, Aston (Lambda A K
.during the preceeding week. Min- studies following the Wisconsin Chi- Alpha), 4th, Power (Theta, Army and Navy Offers , pca udyC iknDne ~
:nesota still has to win a Confer- games. In his absence Joseph will Chi). Time, :35 (new record) Iowa, 17-Of-icenDine .60
-once game, the two with the Bad-j shift to defense and Courtiss will 200yard .relay--st, Phi Kappa "IOWA CITYI, Ja. 1Re
--grmbeigehionlgoestheehveplaliyJsopnepostinhteing Piavaton playtleKi);2rJosefredthhcoic opaoarytriavyguarDinerwSivegD il navy50
played tus far.THE LINEUP. Theta Chi (Power, Fossum. Crego, career, with the opportunity of con-
-'Me'et Gophiers. Michigan Wisconsin Townsend), 3rd;' Lambda Chi Alpha tinuing t he gridiron activities DeiciouTsly Prepared ,Salads andi2ii
Followin~g the series with the l omipkins ......G.......... Frisch! (Bukham, Shrader, Kagy, Whit j which won his all-American recog- ( Sandwiches
Badgers, the second game of whichj Bryant........)D..... Thomsen ter), 4th, Kappa Delta Rho (ack- nition last season, Willis A. Glass- 1102S'Uiest'SrigSndy1--0 .i O
- was played last night, the Wolver- I Hr ......LD...... Metcalfe et, Wright, Muriay, Rockfellcr ). !I sta i ve raby oI weclnefo~obllemi2S 'desiySrvn una 2 o1 p Oi
inc sextet will entrain for Minne-I LangeiT ....... C..... Meiklejohn Time, 1:50. 1 tr rbbywl dciei re o
apolis where they wild meet the l Joseph ....... RW...... Krueger 150-yard medley relay-Ist, Phi to study law here. ___________________ ________
powerful Gopher team on Monday Nygai'd........LW... .... Siegal '-------- - -- - - --- _______Iab
and Tuesday nights. Ever sincel Spares - Michigan: Schlanderer, _______________________________
Minnesota and Michigan started I Courtis. Wisconsin: Bach, Swider- FOR
mixing in the ice sport the Gophers ski. ! ap -
have proved themselves to be jn Scoring-First period: none. Se-,iA E oc~ le
em9 xes of the Wolverines. That Low- ond period: Wisconsin, Meiklejohn, so
rey's team has the best chance that 17-21. Third period: Michigan,, OUR ANNUALFO
it has ever had in turning back Bryant (Hart), 9 :4C . Second over-, IA Tvfor
the Northerners, seems apparent time: Michigan, Langen, 2:5. I. LE,1A!VL - RS & DYlS e

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