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MIC441-GAN-DAILY

THURSDAY, x EBRUARY 27, 1930

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SPORT CALENDAR FOR TVE
WEEK END
Rasketball
Saturday-Illinois, there.
Monday-Purdue,. here.
Wrestling.
Saturday-Northwestern, here.
Hlockey.
( Today-Wisconsin, here.
Saturday-Wiscoisin.
Fencing.
Friday-Ohio Wesleyan, here.
Saturday-Ohio State, there.
( ~SWiffing.
Friday-Northwestern, there.
Saturday-C. A. A. at Chicago.
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Entries for the all-campus box-
ing meet are coming in now for
what promises to be one of th'e
most interesting of all .meets held
on the campus. The title holders
of last year's.contest are changing
weights and this will male room
for many interesting upsets. At
present in most every class the
members of the yearling squad are
favored to make the strongest com-
petition.
Jerry Engles, the sensation of the
show two years ago, is again listed
to contend for the flyweight
crown. Jack Yuen, present cham-
pion, can not get down to weight
this year and he will. move up into
the bantamweitht class where hel
will have to handle Saim Azen
who is now the strongest con-
tender.
Other changes in weight that
will lend interest to the show are:
Stan McBride .'moving up to
featherweight, Vie Heim up to
welterweight, and Otto, last year's
light heavy champ, who will fight
in the middleweight tourney this
year. Joe F'aerner, a niewcomer,
will furnish the surprises in the
welterweight division with a nat-
ural ability that is hard. to beat.
Woodward will leave the mat
squad long enough to -defend his
title as king of the lightweights,j
while Bill Hewitt of football fame
will make oe of the stredgest bids
for the heavyweight crown. Toper
and Goloup are slated to make the#
big play against Engles, the ex-I
champion in the flyweight division.
Coach Let Philbin's brother who
is now coaching boxing at Toledo
University, has again been asked
to officiate at the.ail-campus box-
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BETTERS WORLD
IHURDLE RECORD
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4 Aspocated Pres3 Phtoto
Sot Furth.
Running the 70 yard low hurdles
, in eight seconds flat, this New York'
University athlete bettered the
world's indoor mark at the Union
College Invitation board track gam-
es recently.
Fisher Sets Saturday
for Diamond Turnout
With the date on which the re-
mainder of the Varsity baseball
candidates will report set as
March 1, Coach Ray Fisher con-
tinues to drill the battery men
daily in the cage in Yost Field
hbuse. At the present time most of
the kinks have worked themselves
out of the hurlers' arms, and;
about 15 pitchers are in condition
to heave the ball over to the bat-
ters when they report.
Ineligibility has cost the Varsity
nine the services of one of its most
promising players, Crouch, the star,
of last year's freshman team.
Crouch hails from Ypsilanti and'
was the best of the lot of yearling

jNAT4::T8OS FINISH
WORK FOR PURPLEI
Will Engage Powerful Wildcat
Swimming Team Friday in
Northwestern Tank.
Preparation for the second and
most important swimming meet of
the season was concluded yesterday
by Coach Matt .Mann's natators.
The Varsity tankmen were put
through a. brief. workout in the Y.
M, C.A. pool, and are ready to leave
at 2:45 today for Evanston where
they will clash .with the powerful
Northwestern aggregation of swim-
mers.
Coach Mann is taking 14 men
with him. After the encounter with
the Wildcats tomorrow, the Wol-
verines are scheduled to go to Chi-f
cago to compete against the C. A.
A. team on Saturday. The C. A. A.
natators have an all-star team and
boast two wins over Northwestern'
thus far this season.
Lead by Captain Schwartz, the
SNorthwestern swimaers are rated
as the strongest. team in the Big
Ten and should prove a serious ob-
stacle in. the path of the Western
Conference champions from Michi-
gan. Schwartz is the holder of the
national intercollegiate record for
the 100 yard free style and the
quarter mile swim.
Covode, Schwartz, Peterson, and i
Hinch are all fast swimming free
stylers. Hinch is their favorite for
the back stroke, with Howlett and
Peterson teaming up for the breast !
stroke event. O'Keefe carries the1
burden of the diving, and Wilson
swims in the 440.
The Northwestern team has a1
fast relay team and, in spite of the
fact that the Wolverines can cover
the distance in 1:15, the Wildcats
feel confident that they can take
the hoanors in that event.1

KANITZ PROVES ONE OF MOST YPSI AND SPARTANS
STEADY MEN ON 1929-30 SQUAD
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interscholastic competition.
Five seasons of basketball and Wolverines Favored to Capture
baseball accounted for ten of these,
awards, Kanitz playing before the Unofficial Championship
three-year rule vent into effect, of State Colleges.
while two years of stellar perfor-
mance on the cinder path led to POTTLE BACK FOR MEET
the other two.
his hrt yearheThree of the strongest collegiate
In his first year here Kantz wasI track teams in the state will match
awarded numerals in basketball
and baseball, but did not turn out wits and brawn for the first tinic
andbasbal, bt dd nt trn utIn a single meet when the Wolver-
for track. As a sophomore he gain- in ay host to M h Stae
.. oines ,play host to Michigan State
ed his A. M. A. in basketball, but.
the~press of studies kept him from and Ypsilanti at 7:30 o'clock this
the diamond. evening in the Yost Field house.
Michigan is generally conceded to
Playing his second year on the have the best chance of emerging
Varsity squad last season, Kanitz the victor although the strength of
was able to get into several of the the Teacher's squad and the possi-
important games and showed so ' bility of the Spartans drawing sev-
well that he was given his first ma- eral points from the Wolverines
jor "M". A smo th, consistent makes Ypsi a dangerous contender.
player, "Dutch" was counted as one The Wolverines seem likely to
of the valuable men returning this suffer least at the .hands of the
year, and his all-round play has other two squads inthe dashes.
gained for. him a place among the With Eddie Tolan, Campbell, and
regulars. For most of the thne this Murray running in the 60 yard dash
year he has been trailing Truskow- for Michigan, the most serious op-
ski for high scoring honors. . position is expected . by Captain
This is the last season of com- Beck of Ypsilanti with the rest of
petition for Kanitz as he is a sen- the sprinters of the two visiting
ior in the Education School. (continued on Page 7)

CHICAGO-Davie Miller, referee
of the recent Lomski-Braddock-
bfut in that. city, has been indefin-
itely suspended by the Illinois ring
body for his work in that fight.
.WELIJNGTON, New Zealand--
Smallpox on the island kept Wal-
ter Hagen and Joe Kirkwood from
j landing there on their proposed
I golfiing tour of New Zealand.

TYPEWRITER
REPAIRING
All makes of ma-
chines. Our equip-
ment and person-
nel' are considered
among the best in the State. The
result of twenty years' careful
building:
0. D. MORRILL
314 South State St. Phone 6615

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"Dutch" Kanitz.
Milan, Michigan, contributed one

o of the most steady basketball per-
boxmen .during the 1929 season.
When be was not engaged on the formers on the 1929-30 Wolverine
mound, Crouch was used in the squad when "Dutch" Kanitz grad- I
outfield, in order that his hitting uated from the High School there, =
could be fully utilized. and entered the University of Mich-
Since it has become known that I igan. mated as one of the best ath-
Crouch will not be eligible for Var-.letes ever turned out there, theN
sity competition, it seems more !present Michigan star accumulated .
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A Last Is a Piece of Wood
over which a shoe is built. Trouble is, most lasts are pieces of wood and
nothing more. That's why a lot of shoes don't fit any better than they do.
Walk-Overs, on the other hand, are bilt over lasts that arc exact
models of actual feet. They are made from exact measurements and the
last maker has breathed life into them.

COME to the Farewell Party?
These shirts have just gotta
go--we'd like to keep them here
and admire them-they're beau-
tifu l-new-fresh-smart-but
they gotta god "Welcome the
coming, speed the parting guest"
is our motto. At this price, be-
lieve us'thefll GO. We're sell-
ing every broadcloth in the
place to make room for more
and finer-but you'll never beat

soft collars attached,.or starched
collars to match, or neckband
styles-shirts with the labels of
fine houses in them-shirts that
will build your wardrmbe for
next-to-nothing.
First comers will wear the
broadest smiles of satisfaction.
We start the Farewell Party
with all styles and sizes-but
the Lord only knows how soon
thev'll be anne: Erlb ird

That's the reason why Walk-Oyer shoes conform so snugly to
contour of your feet-why they fit so well, and hold their shape,
give such complete satisfaction.

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