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February 18, 1930 - Image 6

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E ICHY C A N DA I L Y TUESDAY,

SPRTANS EETWEIMANA
MINNESO
MICHGAN QUIlNTET'

CEPTS PURDUE LEADS IN
TA POsT CONFERENCE RACE
Purdue, with 1929 Conference
gridiron diadem already tucked
away in her trophy cases, is look-
ing hungrily to the nabbing of a
second consecutive championship
with high hopes. Outin front of
the pack at the halfway mark the
fast-moving Boilermakers are con-
ceded a very excellent chance to
gain Big Nine cage honors.
Wisconsin, the runnerup, was
deprived of a chance to move to
the top when lanky Stretch Mur-
phy turned almost certain defeat{
at the hands of the lowly Ohioans
into "just another" Boilermaker
win at Columbus, Saturday nighti
by a 27-25 score.
Illinois and Indiana, clawing for
third place honors have failed to
show championship form in theirI
most recent starts against the
weak Minnesotans and Marroon
quintetts. The Indians after drop-i
hel direct the ping their first start against the
p Gophers came back to score an un-
pher grid team impressive win Saturday night by
chief assistant a 2P-22 count.
was announced Michigan's desperate champion-'
thletic authori- ship defending combination looked
ormer Michigan good despiite their single point loss
mer Mic hgan at the hands of Michigan State
oach will have over the examination period and
ine in his new !are ready to make a strong bid for
is expected he 'the title through two games and a
oon as spring1half out of the top rung.
inneapolis. Northwestern's "bad lucksters"
eam during the dropped further back as result of
ino-n, . I(Continued on Page 7)

CORRIDEN SIGNS PURPLE TANKMEN
WITH WHITE SOX TO MEET bADGERS
EVANSTON, IlI,--Several na-'
tional collegiate swimming records
BLSTER TA M EN ill be threatened here Friday E MAT
night when Northwestern and Wis-
consin clash in a dual swimming
Hosmer, Miller, Boldt, Frantz ;nmeetat Patten pool. The Purple Purdue Is No Match for Wo
Strengthen Wolverines in . swimmers, holders of the national in Race for Conference
Several Events. intercollegiate championship, are Wrestling Honors.
ambitious to annex the title again
CETSPARTANS NEXT this year and the coming meet, FALLS NT REBU
M ithT their first Conference clash of the S IN THREE BOU
season, will be an indication of Terminating a week of inten
Withthe beginning of the second their chances.
semester, Coach Matt Mann's The feature event of the meet drill during the examination pe
swimming team will be consider- wi'l be the 200-yard breast stroke with a smashing 30-0 victory
ably strengthened through the in which Peterson and Howlett of the reputedly strong Purdue
'eligibility of four men who were .rthwestern will sim against team, Coach Clif Keen's Wol
unable to compete last term. Fel Myers, the Badger star. Peterson ines are now preparing for t
Hosmer, Bob Miller, Clarence Boldt, --holds the Big Ten record in this biggest test of the season aga
and Dalies Frantz are the natators event which he set in last year's Indiana at Bloomington
who will bolster the Wolverine .Don CorridenE meet. Meyers swam second to the Boilermaker grapplers proved t
squad for the Big Ten campaign. Captain and left fie:der of Mich- Purple star in this event and his no match for the title aspi
igan's championship 1929 baseball performance forced Peterson to a Wolves, losing every bout, thre
likely gain a place on the Michigan !team, who has signed a contract to new record in order to win. How- thern by falls.
relay quartet along with Captain ith the Chicago White Sox lett, a new man in the Conference, Captain Hewitt and Otto E
Ault,Walker, and Walaitis. He al- during the coming American has already defeated Peterson in both scored fals in thq Pu
so can be used in the 40, 50. and League campaign. The former several meets this year by a nar- meet and remained in a tic for
100 yard free style races. Miller's Michigan star is a brother of the row margin. high scoring honors for the
presence will boost Wolverine stock Corriden who manages the Indian- Captain Al Schwartz, North- son. Hewitt had little difficult
m the breast stroke, where he will apolis team of the American As- western's crawl star, will encoun- disposing of Hadley in 4 mini
sociation, where he had served as (Continued on Page 7) while his teammate had even
He also will be available as goal a coach before .this year. The sign- ' trouble with Scherchel. In
tender on the water polo team. gd BATTERY MEN match neither man had been
A fomerintrsclasic hai- cing of the Wolverine left fielder,
Aon, omrter a w makes the fourth Michigan regular All Varsity battery men please the mat at the end of two mint
pion, Boldt, will prove a worthy of last year's team that has signed report at the field house at 3 so the referee put Kelly under
rival for any Big 'Ten opponent]in a professional contract, Asbeck,1 o'clock some afternoon early in .the first period. The Michi
the back stroke. He will pair with McAfee, and Nebelung already has- the week. . man turned on Scherchel
Valentine to give Coach Mann a ing come to terms with big league Coach Ray Fisher. pinned him' in this period. The
pair of fast back strokers. Frantz, teams. (Contnued on Page 7)
(ConCinued Pn Page 7)g

destinies of the Go
next season as the
of Fritz Crisler, itv
by the Minnesota a
ties recently. The f
captain and head c
the training of theI
position, which iti
will take un as s
training starts at M
Wieman was in
Wolverine football to
seasons of 1927 andI
neither year was t
Blue in the runningi
ence title both tea]
ing aggregations wh
after a poor start
Wieman coached the
ing H. Yost, and the
he turned out wer
feared throughout t
The Minnesota cos
was left vacant thi
Dr. Clarence Spears
year contract with C
sity.

1928 and while
;he Maize and
for the Confer-
ms were fight-
ich came back
Before this
line for Field-
forward walls
e known and
the West.
aching position
s winter when
signed a four-
)regon Univer-

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SUITS and OVERCOATS
We have 18 Overcoats in stbck that
e are going to forget about cost.
We want to sell them all this week
so are offering them.at'the outstand-
ing price of

INTRAMURAL TRYOUTS.
All second semester freshmen
and sophomores who are inter-
ested in trying out for mana-
ger's positions in the Intramur-
al Department will please re-
port at the office in the Intra-
mural Sports Building any af-
ternoon this week.
MILTON KLIVANS,
Senior Manager.

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