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''A luIONul HINGE ON OFFENSIVE STRENGTH 1
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InMr For the first time in several the club out of the first division
s ears the Philadelphia, Phillies, un- last season.
der the direction of Bert Shotton, ODolth atoaLegeb-
Eight Lettermen End Varsity climbed from the depths of the Na- tn hminfr12,adKen
Cdhpi~n Frsha tional League pennant race to hand tn hminfr12,adKen
'dfpt~ron Frslitan the leaders a real battle in 1929. Ihome run king of the older circuit,
Teaifi Is Strong. are mainstays in the outfield for
the coming season. A newcomer3
POLO TEAM HARD HIT has the inside' track for the third
____J outfield job, Trip Sigman, a slug-
With the official 1930 swimming fging youngster from the Central
season ended, Coach Matt Mann' isLeg.
looking to the developmen t of nextDoHusatfrtiafirb-
tea ;ter, most .of his blows being of a±
years~ Wolverine Varsity, tank tem long variety. A battle royal is on
~lgh of hisyears l~~te winersor the keystone position wlt Cap-
will be graduated in June leaving ; t'am Fresco Thompson and Barney
the burden of next season's Con- Friberg as the principles. Friber,
ference sc~hedule on the shoulders Iseems at last, to have found him=-
6 afew veterans assisted by '' tfself and is "playing great liall.
of a Tommriy Thevenow returns to his
grop of promising swimmers from {: hrso -ps, p
tE. present yearling squad. ~ hrso ot paetyreor-
The seniors who swam regularly d.ed from the injury which kept him
on ,the Varsity team this year are o h ec atya.A hr
Walker, Walaitis, Ault, Goldsmith,baeSoon wlhvePki
H esmer, and McCaffree. In addi- t !. Whitney.
Lion to these Fishman and Hughes : The untimely death of Walter
were awarded~thelr letters for serv- Lerian. the club's regular catcher
ices on the water polo team. War- in 1929, has left the. backstoppig:
ner, Thompson, Grimshaw, and' job squarely up to Davis, last sea-
Rei who receive their AMA's this ' son's second string receiver.
year are also team members who y _______________ A mediocre pitching staff will beI
will not return next season. Bt hto.the best that the Phillies can offer.
Backstrokers Strong. BtShtn.Even with the ,addition of Grover;
Valentine, the newly elected Wol- baseball 'campaign. Batting was the Cleveland Alexander the club will
verine captain, is relied upon to chief factor in the rise of the have a mouiid staff about wiche
team up with Boldt and Schmieler, ittecmlmnay a esi
a' f~shnanto swim the breast IQuaker City club, and it will be: tl opietaycnb ad
Sweetland and Willoughby are bothr
stroke. Hubley and Smith are the1 batting that will be depended above average performers, but will
onyveterans left on the squad who (upon to get them anywhere in the lget little support from the rest of;
swim the free: style. ;conning camzpaign. the boxmen.
There are, however, a number of ! With such~ brilliant stick artists Philadelphia's chances are better
promising sprinters on this year's ;on the club as O'Doul, Klein. Hurst, than they have been in many years.
yearling squad; among these the jThompson, and Whitney the Phil- The team may, .with a break, finish '
most outstanding, are: Schmieler, lies do not have to worry over lack in the first division, but it is. safer.:
Chas,' llttwo~h, orgn, ar-of offensive strength. It is pitching to predict a position near the top
s ad Sa istnceStr problems that are causing all of ;of the second group for the final'
Ladd ithe onyStrig I the worry to Shotton this year resting place of the Phillies in
Varsity man for the distance swims. just as it was pitching that kept 1930.
K~ennedy, Schmxieler, and Klint -________________________________
worth are the best freshmen in thelt T lE _DA Y'S S OR T IG HT I
longer swims. Miller and Staelin.
will sw'im in the breast str~oke and ,(Continue d From Pag~e 6) !basket during all stages of the
Neill be aided by Chase and Lemak. Forty years is a. long time to 'game. Give Ben Turpin .z little! (
For the first tithe in four years,
the Maize and Blue~ natators lost wait before receiving recogni- ;more speed and he would become
the Western Conference champion- jtioni as a membler of the foot- a star under the new code.
ship but nevertheless Coach Iball team of one's alma mater. We like this. It's not the bally-I
Mann's prdtegds woni every Big Ten,! Yet that is what happened to it's theti ba lin hooe fghgme
dual meet, which record included a' reintt
glorious victory over the Conference IPeietBafrKapp of
r titleholders, Northwestern. In this Alabama Polytechnic institute. Chicago's Coach Stagg hasj
meet the, Mic~higa~n free style relay; Coach Dans McGugin of Van- run afoul of the high school
teanm set a new world mark -for !derbilt sent a -sweater to the 'athletic directors who want' to,
the 160 yard relay. popuxlar Auiburn mian only a abolish his annual basketball
___________ 9e dasaote y reo- tournament. The venerables
CHICAGO-The Chicago Stadium i zing his services as a. mem coach refuses to listen and
is seeking to rematch Tuffy Grif- leer of the first two football warns the opposition -that -tour-
fiths and his recent _- ,nqueror, teams organized at Vanderbilt. namnents will continue to be
Jack Gagnon, for a' program to be rhl sln stascnb
held April. 30. Gagnon recently The basketball' rule-makers are ;found that are willing to en-!-
provided one of the biggest upsets at it again. One freak change in ter The lanky Hornets from
ofrecent years in boxing circles by! the rules was tried out recently in! Athens, Texas, won the champ-_
knocking the promising Griffiths Iwhich the, members of both teams ionship this yerfrtesc
Duet. were permitted to shoot into either and consecutive time.1

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