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SATURDAY, -JANUARY 25, 1930
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Varsity Natators Meet MAJOR LEAGUES TO STAGE SIX
Canadian Title Holders BROTHER ACTS IN 1930 SEASON, t
(Continued From Page 6) _
terest is centered in these free style Included among the approxi---atet hh___
events as these will probably be the Icddam gth apprxmt Second to the Waners are the Se-
evn 560 major league baseball players
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in shortstop in the American league Pole Cats 21, Racetters 10. Are Title Favorites
Jo'nstone's Men.' quads, Toronto succeeded in tak- the American and National leag- or several years in a .row. Last Yazoos 23, Actuaries 1.
ing four firsts, but the outcome was res, will be six groups of brothers,r-ar he vas shifted to third base P
MATCH OPENS SEASON not certain until the Wolverines three more than were enrolled on iyed by only as Poonia Circle 2, Larry's 0. If some team other than Zick's
came back in the last event to take ithe big league rosters at this tame ~fere he was outplayed by only Rockets 12, Chinese Club o3.
Michigan's Varsity fencing team,, the meet by a close margin. last year.lhe sterling Willie Kamm of the Alpha Kappa Lambda 22, Pi
honneh amu eelWa aPiG ketball championship it will be a
composed mainily of green men in Tonight the Toronto relay team Joining the famous Sewell, Wa- -White Sox. He holds the league Lambda Phi 6. kisitb surpis to folwrs of In-
will be composed of Gigson, McCat- ner, and Ferrell teams, the acqu-record for strikg out the fewest Alpha Delta Phi 20, Phi Beta Pi 6.distt surprise to followers of In
respect to mtecollegiate competi- ty, Page, and Waters. Against this sition of Bubbles Hargreaves by the times in a single season, and has Beta Theta Pi 2, Hermitage 0. tramural basketball. Manager Ed-
tion, will meet the Michigan State combination, Coach Mat Mann will i Yankees, Harwood McKain by the made the best mark in the league Phi Kappa Tau 2, Phi Gamma die 7ick has gotten together a
weapon wielders in the first match send Walker, Walaitis, Reif and|White Sox, and Walter Simmons in that respect for the last seven Delta 0.
of the season for both of the teams Ladid. by the Indians raises the list of years. Luke is one of the best Phi Epsilon Kappa 12, Alpha Phi smootn working aggregation.
at 2:30 this afternoon in the aux- Gibon and Page or Waters are of family couples to an even half catchers in the junior loop. !Alpha 9.
illiary. gymnasium of the Intro- the Canadians' choices for the 50 dozen. Wesley and Rick Ferrell, both Delta Sigma Delta 10, Phi Delta LASSIFI E
mural building. yard free style, and they will be Perhaps the most famous of the newcomers in 1929, proved that Theta 8. Ai II
The strength of the Spartan fen- opposed by Walker and Hubley for brother acts is that of Paul and they had the ability to stick in the Sigma Nu 25, Kappa Delta Rho 5. ADVERISN
cers is something of a question due Michigan. In the 100 yard free Lloyd Waner, of the Pittsburgh big show. Wesley was one of the Delta Kappa Epsilon 2, Alpha
to the counteraction of the pre- 'style the Canadians will again be Pirates. "Poison" and "Little Po- American leagues' star boxmen Kappa Kappa 0. O
ence of considerable veteran ma- irepreseted by Gibson and Page son" have turned out to be two of for Cleveland, while Rick caught Sigma Alpha Epsilon 10, Sigma NOTICE
terial on the squad and the fact With Walker and Walaitis swim- the best batters that have played a nice game for the St. Louis Phi 2.
that the coach of last season is no ming for the Wolverines, in the older circuit in years, while Browns. Chi Phi 16, Alpha Chi Rho 5. NOTICE-Will type theses at 10c
longer at East Lansing. Whether) Aubin Swims Breaststroke. their fielding abilities are not fai Two Hargreaves will do service Junior Dents 15, Junior Lits 9. a page. Phone 5449. 345
or not the State fencers have con- The 200 yard breast stroke will below the best of National league behind the bat this year, Eugene Bills 2, Gophers 0.
tinued the style familiar to the be swum by Augin and Haladner fly chasers. For the past several for the Yankees and "Red" for the Tau Delta Phi "B" 14, Tau Kap- Marvin J. Blaess
veterans this year is not certain, for Toronto, with Goldsmith and seasons Pittsburgh has presented Tigers. The first named is a veter- pa Epsilon "B" 6. NOTICE,-Students Inn will board
Michigan Twice Victors. Staclin carrying the burden for the' a trerendous punch at the head of an major league performer, having Delta Upsilon "B" 44, Chi Psi "B"! you for six dollars per week.
.On the only two occasions in Conference champions. In the 440 its batting list, the general plan served with the Cincinnati Reds 9. Breakfast 7-9; Luncheon 11:30-
which the Spartans and Wolver- Griffin and Page will get the call being for Lloyd to get on by some before -being shunted to the min- Theta Chi "B" 2, Delta Sigma 2:30; Dinner 5:00-7:30. Inquire
ines crossed swords the Maize and for the 'Y' team and Ladd, Mc-- hook or crook and for Paul-to drive ors to manage the St. Paul club. Phi "B" 0. at 712 Hill street. 45
Blue fencers won both matches. Cafree or Smith for Coach Mann's: him in. Two Rookies Signed.-
Stolpman and Gordon are the only proteges. The 150 yard back stroke - Both Harwood MeKain and Wal-
two Michigan men left on the'event will see Griffin andMcCatty, ter Simmons are tryouts, neither
squad who competed against the Wof Toronto, pposing Valentine of Wolverine Wrestlers having had much professional ex-
Spartans last year, the rest of the the Wolverines. to Grapple Spartans perience. McKain is the kid broth-
Michigan team being composed Kennett and Phillips are slated _er of Hal McKain, also with the
chiefly of men who are represent- to do the diving for the Canadians, (Continued From Page 6) Sox, and is a southpaw pitcher.
ing the Varsity for the first time and Walaitis and Raike will carry Benz in the 148 pound fight with Simmons is the younger brother of1
this season. that burden for Michigan. Toron- Tomkins scheduled to show for the teh famous Al Simmons, of the'
Stolpman is the only veteran who to's medley relay team is composed Spartans in that weight. Athletics. When Connie Mack re-
will compete in the foils event ac- of Griffin, Aubin, and McCatty or What may develop into the fea- fused to sign him because of ob-
cording to the lineup of Michigan Gibson; Goldsmith, Valentine, and ture bout of the meet ''l be be- jections to two members of one
team at the present time. Coach Walaitis or Ladd will compete with tween Otto Kelly and Marshall i gamily on the same ball club his
Johnstone will use two fencers, them for the Maize and Blue in the 158 class. Both men are vet- brother, Al, recommended him to
. Friedman and Schultz, who have tho final event. erans and both have impressive Billy Evans of the Cleveland In-
never held a regular position on the records so far this year. Marshall dians, who immediately did busi-
Varsity before to fill out the line- Wolverine Basketball won his match against the Purple ness with the youngster on the
up in the foils events, by a fall, while Kelly has yet to be strength of the statement that he
Newcomers Improve. Team Meets Reserves beaten in Conference circles. batted just like his older brother.
Both of these men have been I Parker Meets Shephard. WhL n Se and You
steadily improving during the past (Continued From Page 6) Ray Parker will meet another mh
two years, however, and should give started, and continuing to score veteran at 168 pounds when he T
good accounts of themselves throughout the play. tangles with Shephard. This also Heads Handicap RtingsP oUirrI
against the State teankd this after- Kanitz and Weiss were a smooth promises to be a fast match and
noon. Friedman is raned second fworking forward combination and although the Michigan, man is one (By Associated Press)
and Schultz third largely as a re- showved much of the dash which of the best in the country, the NEW YORK, Jan. 24 - Tommy res- s
suit of the respective successes of featured them against Indiana last State coach is backing his man to Hitchcock, Jr., with a perfect rank- wrong. And now that happy days are here gain"
the two men in the two meets with Monday night, although at times win. ing of 10 goals and Winston Guest you'll want to be stepping out again, but first let's be
the freshman squad this year. their play grew listless since they A1 Steinke, of Wolverine football at nine goals, still head the listel
Gordon will fence as number one were under ho pressure. fame, will go in the 178 battle of American polo players. sure everythgs all right .Cme in
mann the sabre bouts and Schey- against a new man, Slaight. Both Numerous changes in the handi-
er as number two. Gordon has had ncy rton's Last Minute of these wrestlers have been de- cap list of the United States Polo T dp-
plenty of experience in ntercolle- feated this year, although Steinke association were announced today
giate fencing and is one of the Go al Beats Clevela.nd has been making rapid stides in for 1930, but this hard - hitting,g
outstanding epee men in the Can- acquiring the Mat art. hard-riding pair' of international-
ference this year. This will mark A last minute goal by Frank Stoddard Faces Joslin. I ists retained their 1929 eminence. For Coat, Vest and Trousers
the initial encounter in a Varsity Foyston, manager of the Detroit! One of the best wrestlers, on the The California contingent regis-
match for Scheyer. Olympics, enabled that team to State squad will try to win the tered a notable advance, led by E. The better knd $40 50 and $60
The three cornered fight for the beat Cleveland, 3-2, and advance to heavyweight match against Stod- J. Boeseke, Jr., of the Santa Bar-
two positions on the Varsity in the third place in the standings of the dard with Joslin, a star of last bara Polo club, who was the only e l
epee bouts between Winer, Dow- International Hockey league, but year's squad in shape to compete. player to be added to the, ranks of In our rental department,$3.75
sett, and Koon was terminated yes- three points removed from the sec- Stoddard is another new man, how- the eight-goal men.
terday as far as this meet is con- ond place Cleveland team. ever, who has been improving rap- Three players, on the other hand,
cerned. The two new men on the Buffalo Still is in first place in idly, and Coach Keen predicts that I were reduced from eight goals to
squad, Dowsett and Koon, were se- the league standings, leading the the Spartan will have his hands seven-J. Cheever Cowbin and W. I
lected by Coach Johnstone after a Indians by one point. One point full. A. Harriman, Sands Point, and
playoff to represent the Maize and behind Detroit and one point ahead In addition to the eight regulars Harry East, Hunting Valley. IA(A4W49Oa/?s5rW/18 ,
Blue against the Spartans. of London are the champion Wind- who will make the trip Kerruish at An unusual feature was the pres-
With Stolpman in the-fQils, Gqr- or <B1ulldogs, fighting hard to win 118 pounds, Lawrence at 138, and ence of two British players in the An Arbor's Foremost'clothing Store
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