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Y, ~FBRUARY 22, 1930

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PAGE sEVEN

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EOE TEAM WILL MEL]

WRESTLERS TO CLA!

Grapplers Go to BlooningtonI
to Tangle Whit Unbeaten
Indiana Maitmen.

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CAGE GAME ON FIRST
Two goliaths of Western Confer-
ence wrestling, Michigan and 2n-
diana, will mix tonight in a meet
which will probably decide the
wearer of the Big Ten crown for
k i another year. Undefeated so far
this season,. both teams are admit-
ted to be the class of the league,
*an d barring a startling upset in
the inter-division meet, the win-
nier tonight should cop the Con-
ference laurels.
,With two defeats and no 'losses
in the eastern half of the Big Ten
to their credit the Hoosiers and the
Wolverines are in a tie for the
Championship of the division and
the "matches tonight after the
1fichigan-Indiana basketball game
",ill determine who will represent
the easterners for the title.
Five Veterans Back.
Indiana with a team composed
of, five veterans from the starring
aggregation which held Coach
keen's men to a tie last year hasI
wone six straight meets this season.
Onye of these was from Purdue by
a 0-0 score, the ;same as that rl-
e . up by, the Wolves against the
1 ilermaikers. Several of these
:ooier lettermen are grapplers
who stand- out as among the best
ii the country.
gainst this galaxy of stars
Coach Keen will be forced to send
five new patmen who are wrest -
lin g ,their first year of intercolle-
giate competition now. To streng-
then his ranks however he has
three veterans, Hewitt, Kelly, and
Parker who are as outstanding inI
their weights. The rest of the Wol-
veines have shown great improve-
meint during the running off of the
schedule, and Coach Keen feels
conifdent that his men will be able
to successfully defent their cai-
pioship wrested from the Ilini
last year.
Hewitt is Favred.
At 118 pounds Krimura, wrest-
tlin his first mneet under the Maize
and Blue, will find himself opposed
to Aldrich, also in his first season
of Conference competition. Cap-I
tamn Hewitt should have little trou-
bie in. gaining, pointsfrom Conner,
the Roesler 128 pounde, athough
the Bloomington grappler has had
considrable exprience.
'In the 18 pound match however,
Belshaw; one of the best men on
the Indiana squad is scheduled to
go to the mat against Woodward.
'Ti llshaw is a new man, but a vet-
iran out 'of his position in the
:trials this year and reports from
'the Hoosier stronghold, proclain;
himx the cleverest man on the team.
;Ie has, won every match this year
by a fall.
Ross to Meet- Kelly.
rather inexperienced man will
splose Benz in the 148 pound bat-
tle with Bell slated to carry the
Cream and Crimon into the fight.
~Ss, one of the best backfield men
fn. the Indiana grid team last sea-
$on, will take the 158 pound as-
kignment against~Otto Kelly, the
Xrst scientific wrestler Coach Keen
has ever hadt. Ros has had ex
perece before and this match
shoulid furnish some keen enter-
ainment for the. spectators.
t~aptain Scott and ay Parker
will battle each other in the 168
mtch which will probably prove to
b. the feature event of the even-
'g. Parker is one of the most con-
sistent performers on the Wolver-
ine squad, whle Scott is rated as
about the best 168 pounder in the
6ountry. A member of the last
Ojlympicteam, Scott pinned Dou-
g' Tito last year to take the 168
pounrld match from Michigan. He!
played :regular on the Hoosier line
last fall.
$a teinke and Warakse will decidel
the 178 pound argument tonight,!

with the Wolverine gridder holding

T GPER SEXTT
AH WITHHOUIrS
Wolv erines Need Win o Keep
Chance far Confference
Hockey Title.
TO PLAY AT COLISJUM'
Desperate in, their attempt to
continue in tne thick 'o. the fight
for Western Conference hockey
supremacy Coach Eddie Lowreys
Wolverine pucksters will take the;
ice at 7:30 this evening in the se-
ond of the series: with the Gophers
on the Coliseum ice.
The Gophers in a desperate at-
tempt to make something out of aI
season which has poved rather
disastrous to date should force the
Michigan skaters to their best per-
formance and are conceded an ex-
cellent chance to topple the Wol-
verines..
Minnesota Strong.
The Mdinneapolis stlckhandlrs
are recovering rapidly f romnthe
buffeting they received in the Wis-!
consin series a week ago and are!
i;good shape for tonight's game.I
ICoach Iverson has nmed his i'g-
ular lineup to take the ie tonightl
Iwith Bartholdi at center, renton
I and Conway at the winags, Peter-
son and Hollingsworth at the de-
fense posts, and Chiriste at the
nets. Byerly, Tilton, Ry tan,
Gould, Bergelo, and ALrA mill 'be
used as spares.
Uses Regular Lineup.
Coach Eddie Lowery plans the
use of his regular lineup to greet
the opeing Whistle with Tommy!
Courtis and Slim Nygord at the
Wing posts, Bill Langen at center,
Sammy art and Captain Doc ry-
ant at the gard positions, and
Tompkins at goal. Art Schlander-4
er will surely see plenty of action
as the first string forward wall
spare. Sippila and Campbell are
others who will probAly break in-
to the Varsity lineup.
jack Dempsey May Yet
Fight for Championship
(Bay Asociated Pres),
LOS AN4GELE S,M Cal., Febd. 21 -E
Ja~k Dempsey, former World's
heavyweight champion, answered
the National Boxing association's
query as. to whether. e will re-en-
ter the ring by saying:
.,Y prefer to remain in retirement,
but I might fight under certain
coniditions," he said.
IT~ Deftpsey's ring activity in the
future depends the actidi to be
taken by~N. JB. A. on awarding cS
Genie Tunney's telinquisb ed heavy-
*e~ht championship crown.
The N. B. A. had been requested
to give the crown to. the winner of
th6, Sharkey-Scott fight at Miami
next week, bt refused to do so
until Dempsey declared himself.
Th associatin beliees that'
Dempsey and Max Sch eling both
are duo considerkation In the mnat-
ter.

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MICHGANGOPHE 'RIICOSIR QINTET I AS SI IE
SWIMMING TEAMS M Iffl UJI~~EESRVN~1ADVERTISING
(Coneg tinu aed ro ageipati UV ILL , 0 TO, I(Continued From Page 6) INOTICE
aggregations are ant~cipating a: ~ Only one change appear's in the' _______________
hardfouht rce or te hnor Indiana lineup which brill take the ORIENTAL RUG-_Genuine, Turko-
hardfouht rce or te hnomEist~ern Chatnpiong, to- Engage floor this evening and the comnbl,;mc man okara in ox-blood red and
in the 150 yard back stroke event.1W .rn a which drew the starting asCig natu~ral brown shades. Sizes
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wel arh s osierd neo itecoleiae chmnon xii Strickland and Zeller at the fo - Sorority.
wel a's i onidrd'drbofiirt~rolegae hapoxu, wll(ward positions. a .JOSEPH L. ARNET
: he best tjrokcra in the' Comfer-1f cia~fh with Michigan, present Big Coach Dean. h olstat th228X.xUO T
ence. cwrosing the finish line .Ten titic holders, iii a dual meet onesided 45-26 loss which lei -____ __
agaist Cicag in1:14t flat, thit March 31 at New Haven, it was an- Hoosier charges suffered eawrlier in Select your FURS and FUR COATS
fastest time mrade in a Big Tenrriounced by the athletic association the season was an upset'at the NOwokanw5deatvrlwAlfu
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Associatcd Press Photo
HuBbby Jones,
National open champion, who
has opened his 1930 campaign in
the Savannah, Ga., tournament.
He finished the first dlay's play sev-
en under par.
Wolverine Swordsmeh
Will Meet Illini Today
(Continued From Page 6)
championship bouts to be held lat-
er in the year.
Although they lack a Conference
champion in the epee, the Illini
nonetheless possess two strong
contenders in Siebert aid Menke.
the latter having figured strongly
in the last year's Conference meet.
Michigan will be represented in,
this event by Dowsett and Koon,
who although lacking somewhat in
experience as far as 13g Ten comn-
petition is concerned, have showi
well in the meets so far this seasor.

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down the small end in the predic-
tions, Watakse is a. veteran, and. as
such should win points fromr the
IMize anid Blue representative.
IAnother football player, Auer,
w ~ill take the Wolverine heavy-
weight position against Unger, also
Ia grid regular. This is Auer's first
,year of competition, anid against a
Mnan who has never been defeated,
ho will have to give everything he
has to add points to the Michigan
total.%
*Texeria and Sigefos were taken
a n. the trip to, Bloomington as util-
ity men, and shou~ld any of - the
regulars be unable to compete
either of these men -will be pre-
pared to go to the mat.
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! New York referee,, is expected to
be picked as the third mai, in the
ring when Jack Sharkey a&nd; Phil
Scott engage in their foirthcomning
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