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Addition' of New Men Bolsters
'1ihigan's Strong I
Craig Is Michigan State's Starj
in Back Stroke and Cook
in Best Diver
Wolverine swimming ativities
will be renewed again tonight when
the Varsity natators go to East
Lansing .to encouter 'the Mihi-
gan 'State team is their own pool.
Coach Matt Mann is takzing a
squad of 13 men with hm.anexI
pects them to score a decisive vic-]I
tory over the Statrs who have I
been. defeatd by the powerful
Northwestern t -ea m. in an early
season meet.
tMichigan has shown strength in .
its performances thus far this .sea-I
son, and with the add ion of sev-
eral men 'who becanie eligible with
the beginning of the new semester
the. prospects of winning another
Western Conference champioship
are strengthened. The Michigan
State affair "will aso be 'the first
in which Captain Garnet Ault has!
participated this year.
Relay eam is Fast.
The Maize and Blue relay teamI
will be-chosen from six fast freej
~ , styles making the trip. They are:
Ault, Walaitas, Smith, Waler,j
ilubley, and Hosmer. Walaitas will
also pair up with Raike for the div-
ing assignment, and Ault will be
entered in the quarter mile with
Ladd., Walker, Smith, Hosner, and?
Hubley will be used in the 50 and
100 yard sprints.
.Miller, who has l lst reported to
the squad, will swim in the breast
stroke event with Goldsmith.
* Valentine will also be paired, up3
with Boldt, a man new to the (
squad -.this semester, for the back
stroke. 'A nmedey relay team willl
be picked from the swimmers par-1
ticipating in the earlier events. 1
-Craig is State's Star. 1
Craig is Michigan State's out-W
> standing back stroke roan and also
swims-ip the:. free style and medley1
re'lays . Boucher is another "back-
stroker. Captain Cook is State's1
best -diver and with Manr and
Hlauger, should give Wa laitas andi
Raie a good contest. Vaughan1
and Snyder do the breast stroke
event far the Spartans, with Clat-
worthy and Croncnworthi likely to
see duty in the quarter mile swim,
Scheid and Maner swim the 50-
yard free style dash, and Scheid
and Cronenworth are likely to be
a° paired up for the 100 yard sprint.
Besides Craig, the Spartans' free
°v style relay team will be made up
;n of Maner Scheir and Clatworthy.
n=, Vaughan aid -Schaubel will team
uap with Craig in thie.medley relay.



!Lithuianian heavyweight boxer
who musL w in over Phil Scott, En -
lish challeng,r at'Miami on Feb. 27,
in order to remain in the spot light.

Losses Balance Winrs for Bey.s
Over Course of SeasonS
Basketball Play.
( otne Frm Pg 6)with Detroit City College at the
Field H4ouse on January' 4. A last
period rally by the 'Detroit tea m
'won the game= trorn the Vtarsityt
In a return, gamie with Kalain1i-
zoo, the 'teami that it had defeated
in the first game of the season, th
Junior Varsity dropped. 30-17 de-4
c ision on its rival's floor. The out- j
come was at no time in doubt, the
Kazoo cagers at one time holding
at -17-4 lead - -
In the first game of the season. ',°- _ . .
against Michigan State Normral at! 1rt"Cilr
Ypsilanti the Michigan reserves! N(viy appojoited Minnesota head
went on a scoring spree and looked' tootbiAle oach, who lha :1 been 'fur -
better than it hiad on any previous ~ erhooed by 'the election (,o the
occasion to hand the Ypsi basicet! p('.qiti On' of Director of Athletics at
tossers a 35-29 lacing. J ennett, a ' the Gopher= institution by President
forward who - had been sent clowni Cofnmn
to Coach Ray Courtrighlt's team by rislef' in serving in thie dual role
the Varsity, was the highl scorer ofI will.lakey over his coaching duties
this game with six ( baskiets fora
as soon as spring" football gets un-
total of 12 points. ? a-wyv .~~r viiiinl- i '.-' ivn 1h(, Nvi'

rI~u - !NOTICE
[VJbVIV ~ I N Ita m r l THE STUDENT INN is serving
cspecial 36c nooni-clity luncheon1,
- - ? ~11:00 to 2:30.712 !ill )( 1!uFne
B~ett: ,M i1. 20
___'PIANO TUNINGi ---'Phone 6776,
I(Continued Proin Pge ) Bsktal Victor Ailmending~er. The Stein-
by the Cleveland team, he proceedl- 4:15 Psi Upsilon "A" vs. Sigma Pi way concert artist tuner. Office
cclto itthebal t al cones ol A"; Phi Mu Delta "1A" vs. Pi Kappal at residence, 1608 Morton Ave.
the lot to pile up a great battingAlh ""!24
aeaeand led in the league by .0Zt eaT"B" vs"Trgo RADIO SERVICE
aBlae"B"; Xi Psi Phi"B vs. Chi Psi "B" ptetsrvc ena l
far in the manufacture of moreI Delhi Alpha Epsilon "B" vs Phi.optn eviemno l
runs. Caldwell is a first baseman Beta Delta "B", Mud Hens (White) makes of radtios.
vs.indan,(Grves; Clonls STIMPSON RADIO SERVrCE
anid has a good chance to break in- ~Ida's(rvs;Clnl Dial 21408 52t East Liberty
the levlandinnr woks ext(Hiart) vs. Blues (Kilroy. I2
t i lvln ne ok et 7:40 Phi Cli "B" vs. Theta Clhi ______246c_____________
sao,,as Lou, Fonseca, batting "B"'y Pelicans (P'eca) vs. Barons 21111! ltESitER TUTORI 1 1NG~
('h:wajpiO n of the Ameirican league,' ! Janes); Phi Kappa Psi "S" vs. Phi MACK TUTOR ING AGENCY
htas beeni sick all winter with an at- Kappa Sigmas"B", Alpha -Omega 310 S. STA'TE. PHONE 7927
"B" vs. Phi Kappa "B"; Sigma Chi 1230
tack of scarlet fever. "B' v. Alpha Delta Phi "B".
Ernie Nevers, former Stanford 8:20 Alpha Kappa Lambda "B1" TYPIST-Speedy, accurate, will
fullback, lasted only a. season as aI vs. Beta Theta~ Pi "B" Theta Xi!cpthesaanti.Reo-
fpitcher of the St. Louis Browns, i"B vs. Sigma Zeta "" Phi Gain- able rates include expert advice
and Larry. Bettencour't, St. Mary's1 ma Delta "B" vs. }Sigma Alpha Mu on English constrlctinn. Lucille.
strcnestayed 'even a shorter! "a B";. hiEsln"'v.A- 5865."
time as a third baseman with the ,ph1a Phi Delta "B.rYIGTee pcatFi
tes. M. V. Illsatspec.ialy.087i


same ciuiu. '1±isyear tie t3 owns Y 9:UU DeCla Sigmia ii "A-vs.Pi
will' try ouit lnothe r collegec grid-; Kappa Tan "A"; Hermitage "B" vs.
Iron Hero, Willis Gla.sgow of Ilowa, Sigmia Delta Kappa "B"; Kappa Nu
who will attempt to mnake an im-)! "B-" vs. Phi Mix Alpha "B"; Phi
presion that will gain him the { Kappa Tan "B" vs. Phi Sigma Kap-
short-stopping berth 'on Bill Kille- pa "B"; Delta Sigma Delta "B"~ vs.
fer's tvam,. Tau Epsilon Phi "B".
Glenxn Killinger, Penn State pig- 9:40 Alpha Tau Omega "B" vs.
skin 'artist, and Nick Borelli, f a-- Kappa ]Delta Rho "B" Phi Sigma
Imous Mulienberg athlete, lboth Delta "B" vs.'Beta Sigma Psi "B";

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ire blades in the Maize and. Blue ' A poor, defense cost the Junior'C I WC I fU'VI ~kI ound tlie going in the majors al Sigmia Alp?
cas.'h ul etri a fVriyavictory over the Cadillac 01Fe_,hrnpeen iet little bit too tough and were- fore- I psilon Pi
man on the ice and -ha-s shown Athletic Club in a gameino sei~ resignation will go into C todopot-ftr hot rilP Kpp
ability to weave through opposi- troit, .the Auto City team gaining fe ui 0 ___ _______
tion with consistancy. 'His sweep- a-'31-24 decision. Anderson, Cadil-, -._---_ _- - -
checking against State was -as 'ef- lac star,' was high point man with v
fective as has been seen on the =11 Markers. I ,j
Coliseum ice in many nights, -con- Detroit Y. M. C. A. defeated'
of the attacking Spartan forwards. Field - house in the first gamic of'
the season between the two teams.,10 Are better clone when well seasonr
Sammy Hart, veteran defense a last minute rally netting the "Y" is used. We have a fine stocko
stazr, also showed plenty of team a 10-9 win. Michigan hadc led' i0Lme ilok
class in carrying the -puck throughout the first three periods. isume, ilwrkd Doors, Wind
!WO r rd aeisthrough a.- defense line -;and For' the second time during- the Our ir2eand Exterior Trim.
shourld ~ivc athe :Gop her gu=rd season, th ovrn ushne your assurance of
Pans mary lbusy moments* when I the Michigan State Normal cagers u cabefi u1 CXC
he is ca~iI-ed- >poi togo forward ' a beating wrhen they took the inceas- 't badge p rectio cn beeiby orsong xer
frYom is defe-tse, post tio, take ure of the Ypsilanti team, 25-22, in in gtht eit wood for yo>a pat
ovr oft'En se duties. n a-return gamie at Ann Arbor. litie Fraternity
contest was close throughout. andLTUSSN)YUARAI E ON1
Tompkins, star sophdmore goalie, it was only by a great -second haif Sorori y Bdge HELP YOU SOLVE YOUR REPAIR PROBLI
has been developed into a first rate ! rally that Michigan won. CtI CONOMNICAL WAY.
performer at the nets and looks IAwasclose battle in which Coombe D atr n
better in each suceeding effort.Iwstesa o iciagv ur n
The single counter whch he. al- the Junior 'Varsity a 27-25 win over th eritLiad ne he1 d o Phone 33
lowed to' -slip-'i'nto the- -MichiganthDeri"Yaneddte11. AudCo_
twine Monday night can be read- game winning' streak of that team.Jweescl
il xcsd'' hegou..ta Detroit 6ity College, the only -F~ ralti-ity U~lv n
was .caught -rappli-Ig. U'nder [emt ntwodcisins ve0.Station ers Cie Lm
I1 the Wolverines all season., comn- e s n r L m
condition.- of only 'four stops, over petyrotdteJnrVasy60 ChrhSet V
sixty minutes of play 'we n:iight sug-(ltl ote-h uirVriy63 hrhSret(6' O THM I '
gest -that the guardian of the cagers on January 29 to hand them'
meshes be allowed "acot-'to rest''on I a 9' eaig.-
rather than be forcc d t remain on j-~ --" _______________________
his feet.. The statistics depart-;-
mon ILs it that 'Michigan would1

"B~; -Poi Upsilon ",B" vs.
Alpha "3".Yy
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ha ve beatn the. upstaters withoutI
a -oaleonly fvo State sorties re-
uiigin. -a oahward shot.
TIlie crowd yelling for the
fireworks promised by the ter-
rifying- glares of the 225-pound
Spartan defense man, Warner,
in 'the direction of "Doe"
Bryant, Michigan's captain,
were satisfied only by a brief
altercation between 'Nygo rd
and Clark which. was brought
to nuaiomeatehalt.

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"TASTE~ above every fiung

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