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y rnern Arrive; at
FOME ICINChcago to Get Set
hera and i~y s .etinue , ld ing two
~[ICHICAGO, Jan. 27;--Primo Car-
ti L sparring par'tners, his manag:er and
- a drawi ng 1-n7tluctor, today wore3
here to prepare for the Italian's
Weiman WllGo to Minneapolis western boxiiig debut wi t h 7+E er
Tloday to Conf-fer Further ' Riou } at the Chica g -st'ldiutiFri E-
Ot f-y ililgkt.

.~' ~c~jh Courtright's Men Close
yy X.,,.:L i l ! AM t1 lt® rr {i * ru

Pomnierening, S l dulghter, Vick,
Edwards, Biott Among Great
Linemen Hie Coached.
Rumors that E. E. Weirnan, for-
ner MIx'1higan captain and hear e
football coach might uccee" Dr
Clarence spears as gridiron mentor-
;; the University of Minnesota were1
substantiated yesterday. TN4r. Wei-
nan spent Sunday in Chicago con-
fering with Dr. L. D. Coffman, Pres-
ident of the Gopher institution, but
as yet no definite arrangements,
have been made pending further

kPxi2Ca s Irst. workoilt In Chicagc.
1 as on his schedule for today, the'2
giant having spent yesterday aft-
ernoon after his arrival from New
(York ii, pouring tea for a Cie lega-
Lion of his countrymen, look~ing ,
fover his training quarters, and tak-1
ing aw lesson from hisdrwn
teacher. rain
First Year Meft Show Ability in
Workouts With 'varsity
in Practice Play.

Record Is lBaloced.
With Only two 11ore galles re-_
maining on their schedule anid t
record so far this season- of four
Ocfeatz and four victories, the Wol-
v erne Junior cag!erS arc devotinj
ithe early part of this week polish-
?iin up an. effective offense to be
used against the Detroit City Col-:
lc:ge quintet tomwoirow nipght. in De-
trait. ~
fThe final gamex for the season for Bob Goldsmith,
the"n b~sktor. wll e it t The veteran Wolverine swimmer
strong Ca'illac Athiotie Club 11 A bioke the pool record Saturday
F'riday nigti n Y4s.t 1Field house. t{ ht when he finished in a deadl
Far~cr n te saso th Ca~ila~z at with Attbin, Canada's Olympic
club de0feated the Wolverines, 31 to suri h 0 adbes-toe
24, at a time wnen the Junior fiar-. : ldsmithi's time which was 2:39.5
sity was still in the stage of for- f~alse tMchgnanwpo
mation and playinga type of bail a n.. rd.
far below their present form,
Coah ourtright has been work- -- ------

Horton Smith L~eads
Golfers in~ the Big
Events of the Yer i
(By Associated Press)w
NEW YORK, Jan. 27.--Gene Ss.-F
razen, stocky New Yorker, may have
won the most money but the real
leader of the winter golfing troupe
is Young Horton Smith, of Joplin,
Thanks to his vic tory in th~e rich
Agua Caliente open, Sarazen, for-
mner open title-holder, has enjoyed
the most profitable winter of all his
golfing brethren with cash prizes
aggregating close to $11,500. Smith,
however, has given a sensational
display of consistently brilliant
play ever since the troupe left for
the west late last fall.
In the eight major winter tour-
naments, in which he has played,
the Joplin professional has won
three, placed second once and tied
for second twice. And in com~piing
this imposing record Smith had
earned nearly $9,500.E




UrJ i UrFU11u1ia
F Crippled Chicago Team Proves
No Match for Altejre4
North~western Five.
Two - i Nine cage games,
neither of which affected the
standings to any appreciable ex-
tent,-were all that were played in
the Western Conference last Sat-
urday, leaving Purdue and Wiscon-
sin still roostinm in their positions
l of first and second places in the
league race.
Northwestern, the only team that
ranks among the best In the Con-
ference to play over the week-end,
had an easy time in disposing of
Chicago oan the Maroon's own
37-17. Previously crippled by the
loss of Sid YPates, the' Chicago out-
fit suffered a further set 'back just
b~efore the contest with the Wild-
cats by an illness to Harry Ashiley,
1the best guard, andi ball handier on
the Chicago team.
ICaptain "Rut" Walter, North-
western's scoring ace, stayed on
the bench all except a few minutes
at the close of the game, his place
in the Wildcat lieup being taken
bay 1Bcrghlerm, leading Western Con-
ference football scorer last fall.
The rest of the Northwestern line-
up was also revised, but the chgnge
did not affect Bergherm, Riel, or
Whelan, who romped through the
IMaroon defense to cage 12 Mleld
In the only other Conference
game played on Saturday night,
Ohio State, who had not broken
into the B3ig Nine win columi be-
fore the game, easily disposed of
Minnesota to' hand the G ohers
their third straight setkae1k and
leave them' in a tie for the cellar
position with Chicago. Until the
:final six minutes of plpay the game
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ink, an the Wolverine defeme al


aaa ,,++y va ua r vIa. I l it kkUfpnc'*- "I.
Dr". Coffman invited Mr. Weilnan . most entirely during the past fey
to go to Minneapolis Wednesday to FISHER PRAISES TEAM week, but has now turned to the
further consider the proposition,{;I task of building uip an attac>
and to meet other officials on the With the approach of the exam- 'which will be able to cope with the
n pandto hisendination period,Coh Ray Fisher
Athletic h illeCommroitte e, ad orthis fte- s ' looese.buTefiDetoie plygs
hwillaeAnAortiafe-is jraduaiiy letting down on hlis .-defense.whTh ri iv lasri
noon. When interviewed yester4av'y dfns hc spar°tic ularly disa.-
the forme°.cr Wolverine coach statg- freshman c igers, discontinuing, trots for opponents whose strengthi
ced that the wholp affair was entir.e- evening practice sessions, and run- lies in short shots. In the first;
ly intangible, and that as yet noN. ning; the first year men through IA ssocmrt r rrsvPhoo game betw en the Wolverines and
ther he nor the Minnesota authori- le ,s strenuous drills. The freshman Y'o~bgrt Lewis, Detroit, the Maize and Blue eag'-
ties had in de any definite dcci- mno swl lae ihtei One of the outstanding players iers wore uniable consistently to
sion. , i eastern basketball circles, halt okteblinoheastad
rdatdIee.showing of the yearling basketeersbenlctdcpanoth 190 could not find the hoop for a sin-
Grauatd. ere ben eectd cptan o th 190 Igle long s'hot.
Graduating from the University thus far this season, asserting that Cornell team. Lewis will no doubtl
of Michigan in 1921, Mr. Weiman the present squad is one of the best be one of the strongest factors to A present Coach Courtright i
immeiatly ookup he.coacinghe as vercoahedhere wad te .el uccss.contemplating no major changes in
bi mediatly s took up therco hn g e-h s e e o c ed h r.h a d th e u c sthe lineup to be used in the game
binessownahs almaomterhecom-lin Coach f'isher's proteges have - tomorrow night. It is quite likely
ioaghenown tae on fthe ~ i beenpatcn practicing regularly on alter-- fRACE SELECTED that he will follow his former prin-
cocesi.nhateurty Wt X~ afternoons and evenings with j- ciple of uising t reegards, four
yersaslie oah er ad ?w the Varsity. In several scrimmages IN NET KAT LN1S forwards and one conter during
seasons as head coach Mr. Weiman , against Coach Veenker's men the the process of the encounter,
should be well fitted to fill the shoes freshmen have turned in some ex- Combe has been, holding a wo-
of the veteran Dr. Spears. cellent promncsThyiae~Fed Brace, "32, one of the lead- ffpl ntecne et o h
In his two years in charge of afforded the Varsity good practice ing candidates for the Varsity ten- past few games and will undoubt-
Michigan destinies, Mr. .Weiman and even the second string yearling nis team, has been awarded 'the el e cini hscpct
lost two games in 1927, and in 1928 team has been more or less succest- number one doubles rating in the , against Detroit.
after a disastrous start, developed ful in holding its own against the rankings recently announced by
the great Wolverine "come back" !Varsity's attack, the Western Lawn Tennis associa-.
team. Iowa and Illinois both fell At the forward positions the first airedfo ithe seaoe Gauge29.ofEx- ERITERO Sj
before the a4ttack of the desperate year squad has Petrie, Eveland, iotr tedwolitnae secndgerman SUPPRIEOS
\Vle, this being the only deea: and Baldwin as the outstandingSUPISF
which the Illini were handed all men. This trio is fighting for the' gain~ed the top position in the team for alfl makes of
season. Expei'ince bl with Eveland, a xeln selections among the junior per- Typewriters.
Has Varsity Eprec. Ibl handler with an eye for th~eformers. George Lott gained the Rapid turnover~, fresh stock, insures
Back of these years of practical' basket, holding the edge, senior men's singles number one best quality at moderate price.
coaching experience are three sea-' The center' positioin, is perhaps wrce the reCies ondthe er
plae w ien'Coelleand eRoy. D. MORRILL
sons of Varsity competition, at the weakest spot onx the team, dueweeterc
tackle and fullback. Playing left to the fact that all the aspirants doubles honors. 34SuhSaeS.Poe61
tackle as a sophomore, fullback as for the pivot moan are too short to
a jnio, ad~ate tw yers n. hefill tihe position capably. Manuel,
Iirmy, right tackle and captain as although not tall, is a good jumper
a senior, "Tad" Weiman was known ' and has been used to get the tipoff W
as one of the best linemen ever doe- for the freshmen in most of the
veloped here. scrimmages. Cummings and Dar-
Under Coach Weinian's tutelage ner are also playing at the pivot
.-ach stars ass Po~inmerenin., Blott, position.
Vick, SlaughIter, Baer, IHawkins, The yearling team boasts a=
and. Edwardcs hav; been deoveloped, eathof imter~iial to fill the guard
and his lines arc known and feared positions with.Altenhof, Shaw, anti
,ill throug h the t, especially aft-- Tssner oas the best prospects..
ter the 12,cao when iiuany C3- Williamson, Davi s, -and Abkromo- 9% a
Serts pic}.,ci lis en tire line as All-I vitch are also) working out at -r
Americani. ; guard. j L i

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Outstanding in Saturday's var-
ty swimming victory over the To-
1 ,-Ito Y. M. C. A. was Bob Gold-
::iuith's thrilling performance in
br. eaking the pool record for t'ho
"A0 yard breast stro e event. Gold-
sinith, a veteran Michigan swim-
ri'er, covered the distance in 2:39.5
to finish, on even terms with Au-
bin, a member of last year's, Cana-
dian Olympic team. Staelin, a Wt, 0
verine sophomore, took third place

retainingi its championship title
again this'season.
Toronto, besides holding the Ca-
nadian' national amateur champ-
ionship and the Y. M. 0. A. champ-
ionship of North America, boasts
three Canadian. Olympic men as
members of its teanm, all of this trio
participating in the Wolverinej



Ini downing the Toronto team by Olympic awving contest last season,
the decisive score of 49-26, Coach scored the only first place for the
Matt Mann's varsity team stamp- Canadians. <H Ie eas4ily took thie
ed itself as being one of the out- honors in his event by outclassing
standing contenders in the Confer- 'Wala~itis and Raike, who finished
once race with good prospects of second and third.
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