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Aug"~ BIG NINE CAGE QUINTETS CONTINVUE TER, REST' WOLVIIINE WRESTL.ERS, CONFERENCE TITL
R'ACE TO OBTAIN CONF NE TIT' LE ! OR WO W EKSTO NCO U;tNTRPURJJLIE1FEI3U ARY15
r~mIM Big Nine conference basketball neplsado et~te rei Michigan's 1930 mat team, ul (Mit and middle west. (Kelly w
willi, n nth et te r ydfae so far this year, will meet"
fU UTIN wilprogress for the next two weeks scheduled to be at Evanston to do i ,ih Chanoes to r lit second Conference opponent Anwmnwl1ersetPru iei
withno gmesscheule forthebattle with the strong Wildcat quin- ~op3heas andBagri:wenherstng-fcsofPu tilapndwieeterM.jaohr
fWoLMrithne qu~ et etintetoeAtle of theaLoMi4c ganr ~ ct ue inad et'lg ous e t u- iiar poteudwie ihrII nte
Wolverines Will Visit M'%ichigan Wovrn u n'd h il -os e-Glir,'eoi, or Aldinger will Ray :P
Stt o i~ ie maining eight teamns in the i('ame Brghi ruax;y 5 to attempt to block t t the' gof r ic;gn. *,a~l Y,a
Statefor irstTini i to iiisoa z~in i r- _Wolverine drive toward a:;"i u } il HIewitt will be opposed by a i weiiht.
Flu yl.will paJ)cpae ngamestht WlltuilrAenwap, iftne Oci f;PQbniiiY :ly Mateis t ceoiastie will b al ig Nne title. vetran at 128 _ponds where Weil- of . idit'
have a bearihiN on the standin~gs. laniid the(n W day,; later they will 'lil- . oWtachlfs in the way of Purdue has lost two :uct. iYl raubtl will represent the .Boilrmalk ri~i
T ED AT NE FOR Purdue, s et undefeated wiL11j i >l1)' ,Mciga 's varsity aicksters overt won oe il this seats <o' s seed ijie e. Anoter vetranVMolsiac, -is.fl1ten iwer
:f:istoiscedt il Wx~to two es' examiation period fx at ih hiite 1rtshdld t fu t Woodard in theiL-hair s
! into (:tioiIIagainii IolIo~ik it is ex- )- . hi is Cnerneo rtcitei hairwih altl
Wifliii ' two ¢git$2 1:latLet. ' .,-. '., ..,.,. . .-whih will see , i rw teir frst xlie.1)aOpbuy('l;I, nX, l., /O V g t fl r~
agiopnlt;woam ntiolf)(iod wI Gi 1,1( I~i hi IA Lu tei limois afnxtwih :)q t i and -hQ~n SLatc-7. theli(otjherlad, Cl)hiii 41,oiflO, tle Best mal noth
reiioiocit h ttly yae State" fisgo to Lafayette (OnIt1ci - ithe al-impo tant aflart.ihthyJri >3 j t' aeMihian has won four mesIon~t~Pru 'iwl poesaE
them a do e t workn1-theWl-ay 3(Th .loieakers shoutld oeaDad ors, the Wildfcats will ~~p~' o i illbe hell for Coachsm oEhdbsdie -if iith en nth 48pud iisobu iwun
verine cagers will throw their' togsjpetience little dificulty in romping the Gophers atI Evanston and at- I vi e11i atfrCahEdc-__________ ---____ _
into the corner forteaer part over the Ohio teamn. Purdue will tempt to shove them fuirthel°rflown Statreyte r tl he icigansL
oftenx th weeatoerake t Chicago, anolther'weak CStatel:iii 1-lieormsr thelfirstt hd i 1m
thle filal e t 1utio ~ins which are ttt, (ii Februairy 8 M, Chieago, and I indianla will tn:,rpt to retain1 incttenwsmse nFb
bound to give thiem more opposi- wi ti vel to coolubis on ebru- j their present 2and ings in poit ofI r .tth:ol 'm frtre
tion tj-i their taint tworival:: on i y15for tile r itrn 'enuiter g. nes lot 1by tal*.'i~c, ri Oio onv--Wi vde hockrytegan with .al-
the ~l~t~~l curt.withthe uckeyes. Lo view of this rllririiry f4,:ni n liCroQ aQoweekene
theOggWWl curt" wtilthe1t~; :outihe u g i, tOS out'(-in g
Ilse ntt gan or the Miebi an trio ofl' tunu, .it Purdue ibaSKet lawl r, n wyad h hacifo.p
basketball ; ts mwill be against the fels S flVCexpeted to retain their ------1 - -th eiho ivandmte chaanc seoui u
Micjx~gipState quintet on Feb. 15 Big Nine lead for the next. two -on- etti ir o l Iik scmatoerbi -or-
lFr ZQ first time recently theI weeks at 1east. E XAM SPOUIT (CAlnFjNi (tir P-er Bfit defeat n the Coil-
Maize .jcl lBhue wil truveJ to the Wiscnsun will wa ge a niglijy - sion ice was landiecl to diemn by,
capital csity to engage their ciae t struggle with the Wildca ts on Feb- asketi I.. Marqutte's woder team Ili -tle-
rivals a t the dedicatlon 9f the $par -ruary. - 11, with the Badgers still1 eb 15-- Michi ran ta te at j a'ecotid game of the Marquette se-
tan's ,new' court. Smart n rm h ting ofthirlast Lansing res b Friday gi t.
Juist what the Michigan cagers only defeat of the season dis far l Iest, iIg. the Al-Amerrican Mvas prged"
an do against , strong opposition wh(en they bowed l)foire Nor thwe" Febi i. --Pbridn b(-unbe liltf~i ol toa~
has remained a matteL' -of coniour tern] in the opening gamU~e. This is, ovear tho e' iut i- old trag1af1e1
since the Indiana contest. 1riday thleonl affair scdll1ed fr til-l-(,,!~y
Feb. 17-Mch gan 'State, her. _(Cont~ruei 1 M Pg 7 -
nlight's gamre with the Maroons was Wisconsin c.agrs, until February 22,
far frpinl a tsest of ability for the when they go to Chicago for a F'eb ..__- Grand 3apids "Y" at TYF WRiT ER -
Wolver'nes as they uip a lopsidced game with the Maroons. GadPapls PA ING -,
lead during theel~ay part of the i~efore Mic i ~n again sees, ac- - All makes o Ma-
game and rmkahed f- ° in front ion on the harcwood flooir, 1Ill11Ni ___ _________-c hines. 0O. 4-equipa
u~~ ~le ~i - hitl Will liave jplenty of o pp rinty t- t -a d piso-
Fvery Mlhga lyer 's cd re Pm its third piatc{ ije wih the 'ft( Mblti'ccfnlty tiaced in 1ii jl- a t fisiere~d
atwaln'st OCiag6 and all bt ene oft j Wivernes, with a total offliveyprio bw~els in (Xd~forinia because ' tnonit the hes.t in tle fat-.TI
ther counted front the floor. Trrus- gamier int 13 days. On Februtary 5! Of race tioirlh,, has jtust been lift-i result Of~ twenity yours'' ,ArtuW
kowsl and Kanitz lead the scoring tj(,,e Indians will iert Phicago oil1 ed by GCilifuisorc1 james W Yoods it~11n
for the Michigatn cagers the for-Il their horme flr on t, it h they oIl1ow-lig- Cxiicli (s withithie 0.). MORR .. '
grou -Covliu~ir ag will-elcunter the Ulophirs at Mili- governo~il'atd thetr citiissioer31t4 St iii SrtS.Piof, r 66l - do

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t4 lecChaint marin~le. Yesterday, tiey w-ere a 'dlc3am. {
'i~d-ay~ dy are well over rthe horizon, linking the ports'
1 -,ic cause and west coasts with fortni-ghtly ser-vice. The
~odof the Panama Pacific Line is -to build thr-~c more
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vcn noh w,, the thre- lners, ('alifornia, Vi-rg7 r an
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(Qtci i -ij Atships in the WC0ld.
lit i-s- jropelling thcse sbips, elccxi cky &LOJsts frreighr,
r~tajS jitrs. ans pumps~, .turns rudlders, dlrives w~ic he,
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