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Wolerne~asete I WOLVERINES HARD PRESSED TO
Prepare for Gophers IN H MINSI
SIn the absence of Coach George
V conker, the varsity basketballI °
squad wient through a short work-!
out yesterday of ternoon under the;
direction of Coaches Cappon and
Oosterbuaan. The Wolverine bas-1
keteers concentrated on 'a series ofi
long and short shots, with a few of
the first string men trying their,
skill at foul shooting ~~
The practice session was brief, ~~
the team taking things easy in an- p: y: ;;.;5:", '.~:wa=
ticipation of the game with Mlinne-!.
sota tomorrow night. The squad !;
was divided into twvo group; dur- s
ing the drill. The group composed, ..ui
of Captain Chapman, Orwig, Trus- LANOVE Z_ L1
kowskl, Kanitz, Daniels, and Weiss i ' WL A 3U'
succeeded in sinking a large num-'1%o 3:4 1- r
ber of shots from the middle of the 64
floor, following them up with ac-A' I
curate :short ones in a manner that 1
bodes ill for the Gophers in Mon- P
day's contest.
Ricketts and Lovell, in the sec- :,.:",
ond group, also showed good form .
in dropping the ball through ther
meshes. It is likely that some of '
theme sophomores will break into *.'~
the Michigan lineup tomorrow
night a gainst Minnesota if the
Maize and Blue regulars succeed in I..<,
running tip a lar ge score before the
final grin. 1.

KEEP CROWN-j
BATTLE LAST SAON

Purdue Matmen pint
TowrdBuckeye Meet
(Special to TboIwDaily)
LAFAYETTE, Id., Jan. 25.-
Looking forward to the opening of
the Conference season here Feb-1
ruary 1 against Ohio State's sturdy
grapplers, Coach Leslie Beers is
working the Purdue wrestlers over-
time this week. Bteers is depending
largely on new men for his point
hopes during the Big Nine cam-j

SCoach -john tone's Mezn Pile up
8 oints to the Invaders'
4 But 'Show "Poor Form.
BAITER STARS FOR -STATE

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paign, although he has several vet-!
i Michigan's fencing team won its
erans, with Captain F. P. Robinson,
145-pounder, and L. E. Eward, first dual meet of the season by de-
heavyweight, outstanding. feating the weak Michigan State
}After a rather slow start, largely fencers, 8 to 4, in one of the most
due to inexperience, the Boiler- ragged .matches in, which the Wol-
maker matmen have been develop- verines have ever competed ,yes-
ing rapidly under the tutelage of E terday afternoon in the intramural
Beers, and the new Old Gold and building. Neither team displayed
Black mentor, who was a member; anything approaching the polished
of the 1928 Olympic team, is rather style expected in collegiate circles.
hopeful that his charges will make= The match was almost a case of
a good showing in the Conference! Captain Bauer of the Spaitans
struggles. ! against the Michigan team. This
Captain Robinson, who hails #versatile State fencer competed in
from Indianapolis, is recognizedf all three weapons and won three
as one of the *best, middleweight of the four bouts annexed by the
grapplers in the middle west, and Spartans. In the finnl bout of the
Hshould be able to take care of the foilo, Bauer took Friedman into
1 145 pound class in good shape. 1-1e camp by a,5 to 2 score and also in
is being understudied at the ;weigh~t the final bout in the sabre he de-
by L. Pozarzychl, of Toledo, Ohio. feated Scheyer 5 to 2. Hieaccount-
1Two new men, H. F. Schaible, of ed for his third victory of the aft-
Wanatah, and J. E. Rupp, of La- ernoon against Koon in the epee.
Porte, are :expected to have first The 'Wolverine weapon weilders
call in the 115, pound class, while won three of the bouts in both the
D. R. Ward, of West Lafayette, and , foils and the sabre Vind two in the
W. R. Wise, of Crawfordsville, jcpce. 'Due to an injury last week
seem to have the edge over H. M. to -one of the Spartan foilisnen only,

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Kanitz and Weis to ,tart.
The sharpshooting Kaniiz and4
the 'sreedirWeiss are expected to

start at the forwards against Mn- on Moe Is Youngest
nesota, while Capt. Bob Chapman
will Jump center and drop back to On ale 'C pT m
his. defensive guard position. Joe nW lerC pTa
Truskowski, high scorer against thee
Hoosiers last week, will play of- B~y Brian Bell
fe nsive center, with Bill Orwigf at (As oiated Sports Writer)
the other guard post. "Truck" now NEW YORK, Jan. 25.-Donald K.
occupies fourth place in the Big Moe, Oregon sapling, will represent
Nline scoring race with 33 points. (Ale youth of golf 61n the 1930
In the first meeting between the 1 Walker' Cup team.
Gopher and Wolverine quintets at I uufg Moe, ihe is not yet 21
Minneapolis tis year, the Maize I y-ars of age, Wll, however, fees no
and Blue team Scored a decisive need to ask quarter onr account of
32-17 victory over~ their opponents.i his4 tender years. He can hold his
Since then the Gxophers have fared+ own with his seniors and will not
little better in their Conference be given the benefit of an appren-
gamies, occupying t1 low place in tice allowance.
the standings . The student of the University of
Loose"',s a4 Ankrlo. Oregon has been a star of the great
Earl Loowe, star of the Minnesota INorthwest for years. He is the
offensive, i~uy be handicapped by, eiinmnonarch of Western ama-
a bad ankle, having sprained it Ve.-'tear golf, winning the title at Kan-
cently in practice. Cliff Sommrer Has City last summer but iioldinc-
will be Loose'.s running mate' at 1a championship was no novelty fr
iorwv ,rdl. These two Mrn11 account-° the Oregonian.
od for 10 of Mimnesata's.1'7 points in tlie won7 titles of less importance
the firstMiignay Wally No- but tilves evertheless way back in;
ga and is e;:pcctoltp sjump center the years when he wts "only a kid"~
for the Srisitors . as Melvin Ott told John J. McGraw
Recturn elf Doni Bondy, veteran when the mianager of the Glans
guard, tco pttinater being askecd him if lhe ever played the
ineligible will strengthen the Mei- I outfieid. When he made, this start-
ntesota defense. Coachir Dave MVac-I ling'statement, Ott was even young-
Millan will choose hi guards frpm or than was Moe when hle took the
;among Bondy, Joe Nowotnly, H-arry! Western Cup even farther West.
Schoening, and 1'.ddie Calor, with( Young, Moe appeared at Brae
the latter pair favored to start. Burn for the 1928 Amateur, a little
140,4:ble ji~uF abashed to find himself in the se-
Michigan Minnesofta lect company of golf's great. He
Weiss .........1.1......... LooSe found champions to the right of
Ka nitz........P ... Sommeri him, and runners-up behind. The
'irruskow: ki. C N, 1orgaard timidity disappeared when he took
Orwig...... ...L .... Schoenjng his clubs in hand and he qualified
Chapman..... .RG ....... Gadler- (Continued on Page 7)

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E r " - ycWenraub, a veteran of last year, inI two men from each squad fenced
the 125 pound class.(i this event reducing the total
Po4 . /.: :Y IL. E. Fawcett, of Kokomo,an J. !nme of bouts from 16 to 12.
{ rg iF. Malysiaks, of LaPorte, are waging Captain topman ofthe Wolver-
a keen fight for the regular assign-. Ines was seriously threatened in the
VENk~I(Continued on age ) (Continued op Pae 7)
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- !1ISSERVIN
With a record of two losses and twvo wins for. a peerytage of 500 Michigan's Varsity quintet is backed J -HO11 P BREAKFAST
against the wall in the 1930 title race. Agist Indiana, however, the Wolverines pnlayed championSbin -
ball, and with Minnesota, a team which the Vaity five bas~ defeated once this year, slated to invade Yost E Make Reservat;os Now
Field h7ouse 1ominorow, the Wolves are conceded a good chance to contnue their pace.
Michiga n is topped by three, Bid; Nine ,schools. P urdue,. -vicir over the Wolverines in an early game L il68 0 atAe
of the season, leads in the title race .with two wins andnl0 oEseS. ( .622.03-f itniversity.Av ,
S Wisconsin is a strong contender" with four victorifS andl one uipset. Illinois responsible for the other ; '"
N ieigari deloaLt,1holds t: iri place i h o f rle ,l ai o w o t ssa d l sto e t1{!tiii7i~ ~ii~i~t119iII{{9~in.. th Confrence b :iing w n l.WO COVll.StS nd lo t (YfC. -
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