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March 27, 1930 - Image 6

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HeitadParker, Conferene
Champions, Will Not Go.......



Every Big Ten wrestling champ-!j
ion except Hewitt and Parker, will
join the field of title-aspiring mat-
men who are scheduled to gathe
at State College Pennsylvania this e-n nsac fteNtoa
Intercollegiate crowns. The two1
W lverines have been forced toI
give up the trip to the important'
event, but Al Steinke and Otto
Kelly will be counted strong con- ...
tenders for the championship in w ..
the 158 and 178 pound classes................. ...
)Probably one of the most bril-4
liant fields in the history of the ... .
event will enter the ring this year
inrcluding four defending champ-
ions is slated to appear, and ad-!
vance indications are that the Baon-
petition will be stiff in every egt t18pud aoa li
nois brilliant performer will de- r°'*}?
find the title he won last year, ~ ''~~:
anid he appears to be the class of n .,.._,~
the field again this season, but will sY : .r.," t
find some stiff competitors await- j )~~~*~
ing him at Penn State..
Oklahoma Star Favored. __________________
Likewise Mantooth of Oklahoma
University will be favored to re-.. Reay Having thrown the 16-pound
tain his crown, being classed with F enn and LDrake R ly shot a distance of 51 fee, 11 5-8
Hewitt of Michigan as one of the Are Next Track Events' inhes to astaJblisl n a.na
tw best in the country. With Hew-anential
ptant entered Mantooth's com-. With no more competition schedotorrcr o h vnHr
petition will be "problematical. [ man Brix of Los Angeles repeated
At 18 pund BauletheConued until the opening of the out- . Ithis performance by a nnexig an-
At 13 pouns Ban t deCn I door season with the Penn and other chanio bhip reently at the
ference champion will be entered 'Drake relays, the Michigan varsity annual indoor tak adfedme
in thIet u iscacso track squad is being sent through held at > disn Squre Garen,
winn th tilarexednl only liht practice sessions by! New York, with a Mark of 51 feet
slim, as he is not an outstanding Coach Farrell. After a mediocre 12 1-2 inches.
wrestler. Myers of Princeton, East- season indoors the Maize and Blue! Brix is as former University of!
emn Intercollegiate champion at mentor is faced with the- usal1 Washington a t h 1 e t e being a
148 pounds will be at the toura-, problenm of 'keeping the team in I member of the Varsity crack
mient, but the Tiger performer lost i oo condition without working Csiad. The shot put champion was
'a match to Benz of Michigan early.( tem hard enough to bring aboutl also a member of the 1928 Olym ic
in the season and is not considered an epidemic of staleness in the mid-! team. He has been working u
As a strong possibility for the Na- 'die of the outdoor season,drig te inertonhs ia
tinlcaposi.The prospects for the outdoor effort to. condition imelf for a
Kelly is Outstanding. season are only slightly better than I fresh campaign. in. addition to put-
Three men seem to be far in ad- they were at the beginning of the tin the sot Brix also throws the
vance of the field at 158 pounds, indoor meets. Several of the men; jaeiandscs
with Kelly of Michigan, Hammer particularly those in the dashes andIJaeiandsc.
of 'Wisconsin, and McKirk of Oka- vuthv mroe tart The champion's outstanding
hom A.andM. utsandng.Ofpoe vut hae provdioaltoatat performances have been in the in-
this trio Kelly is conceded to be shown by the opposition about the door and outdoor shotput events.
(Continued on raga 7) country Besides holding the national re-,
ord for both these events, he is te
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You simply can't be sam
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.,..- - . - . .. Picked to finish in the first divi-
Wth wo ltteren nd {a hot zion in last year's Am~erican JLea-
Wt w etrmnadahs
;ue baseball race, Manager Waltel
of sophomore and reserve talent onn'gru of asitn
tdraw upon Coach Qourtwrigiit isgru ofWsitn
3.ei~crsw ere a sad disappoint-
drilling his Varsity tennis squac nent to 'Ill 0f is folloYwers, finally
Idaily in anticipation of Michigan'. nigu a ~~ ntescn
defense of the conference . .iin ihatej ftes
championship g-iined in such im- yeselovrfrtiya.an
pressive fashion a year ago. omayewadponinge-
EddieHammr an BobDealcowners within sight, 1930 appears
returning lettermen will form a sao~edrbsso frte
nucles around which the t'Wol-! " pi of city enb
verine mentor hopies to build an- Johnsona has nolddogether a
other title bound court team. Last ; ealm Ithat is poert l some
year's freshman squad one of the ! pots andl woefully weak in others.]
Strongest to ever represent a firs: Odpaesse et~ ieb
year combine at Michiggri is ex-$ide with weaker or ihie pezrienced'
pected to furnish a major part of Ixin.Until somne correction can be
the secondary strength of the 193( ; ftoifld for 'this fault thise Senators
team. I ire downied to dra~galong as one
Sophomores Look Good. k )fthe also ranns of hepennant]
Rol Clark and Fred Brace, the .are.
pick of the sophomore troupe, arel Joe Juge isa s. efre
expected to carry the fight all the atJo th e iils ack, but he isot
way in the battle for the top rank- tteiiilscbth snt
ing posts along with Beal andf as young as he used to be and ball'I
Hammr. Tese en lve hd a players can not go on forever. Hel.
abundance of tournamnent experi- ' will play regurly this year, how-
cotce and undoubtedly furnish r3ver, with Boss as his understudy. I
enee and undoubtedly will furnishi g battle for second base is on be-
'on the court this year. Reindel.+ tween Jack Hayes and buddy Myer,E
Rya an Clrk, ae aso otfar with Myer having the better' .
behind and are conceded an edge chance to warn the position because
an th reminin berhs. f his better batting "ability.
on te rmainng erth. IJoe Cronin will again be the reg- f
Three reserves from last year's ujWar shortstop, but hie is by no
team are also' expected to figure in means the best shortfielder in the
the competition for the opening league. Ossie Bleuge, who was out
Imatch pairings. Harris Nelson, Cad- all last year because of an injury,:
well Swanson and George Dusen- ;will be back to try to regain his
bury, all AMA winners last year I old third -base berth with the club,
have shown sufficient form to rate but actual play moust prove whether
them well up in the Varsity rank-!o o ehssfiidl eoee
ings. The latter is confining hisi from the effects of a year's layoff.'l
athletic activities to baseball un-; Goslin Not -Signed.1
der Coach Fisher but it is expected'II h ufed.ono ilhv
that before long he will be clam- 'a ie et ansadGs
.1 oingfor et onsieraion lin, if he can be persuaded to sign
Team Practices indoor, his contract. This is only a fair,
Indor pactce as ben n ss-a group of gardeners, with Rice aging!.
Sion now for three weeks anda rapidly, West and Barnies only fair1i
dearing improvement is already ( players and Goslin still suffering.j
.I mrkngthe work of the candi- from the effects -of a 'bad throwingc
dates. Clark especially has worked arm.i
' ot a more decisive over 'head at-! "Muddy" Ruel and Benny Tate:
takand has shown ability at thel will again be the chief catchers,,
net, which should stamp him as one! with the holdout :Spencer having't
of the comers in Conference play.-, odcac ostc fh sgs
Brace, probably potentially the Washington's hurling staff re-
I best performer on the squad has! resents the major part of th
proved inconsistent to date. Never- club's strength. In Marber-ry, trad-'f1
tl eTh' 'the former Culver star is ley. Jones, Braxton, Liska,: and1
conceded a very excellent chance Thomas the team has a group of ,'
of claiming the number one post-1 experecd but for the most part1
' tion before the season is well un- p on, ulr wosoldmng
der way. ,,... -

to hold ti
in check.

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