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SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1931

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I-N 0 I I IMidway Quintet Plays
IRS, ; !11 9NTIN E . i pHost to Michigan Pi ve]I
III U i~ I~I~Ithe deciion by a lone point. out-
0mIVH fI 1JVII dHW rinncth Gophers, 3-31. giving{
them -a total of 60 points against
Wilson to Take Parker's Placej aggressive attack and. fast tossing. their opponents' 53.
in15Pound Class; Auer Benz will meet Strom in the 145 The Wolverine qluintet has the
in 155 dvantage of having five ga-tmes bc-
Is Still Ofut. pound. classic where hie will run i hin them, two wins and three ioss-
- -- ~to some of the1- stiffest co ni4)et' xon is, whichi gives them the edge in
Renewing the old war with the of the season. Last year Br:nz was e; erience. In addition, the wear-f
Spartans, the Wolverine wrestlers able to js nose out the acetr'tanors of the Maize and Blue have on-'
tonight will battle eight fast bouts ~ ,i.It y been outscored. by three points!
with the team from Michigan Staterprettieilii5(Vs!; thus far in their schedule which ln-{
in the Field House in the last meet bot;h boys will be cit.= c>to t"r_ in a eludes a trio of defeats. The Wo'.
before the Conference season opens. victory by a fall. verines have accounted. for 11l
The first match is .scheduled to go markers while their opponents have
to the mat at seven-thirty and. to' Wi- nmthr ,h<hc chalked. up 114.
take care of the large crowd that teWleiecmiainy Yates, versatile forward. and lead-
is expected the doors will open totemaih, ~'~in g Chicago scorer, will team..ulp
shortly after six,.ihgnStt h with Fish at the forward. pests with
Leading the card Sigwart at 118; highly touted. man on tht i squad.. Williamson and. Altenhof g ar ding),
pounds will have the big test of his lWilson howevri xete.t aethVL'i. Daniels, Wolverine center
car eer when he meets Rendell who a ow , a ig andpesat leadigp screr intheBg ,,en
is reputed. one of the greatest point a bly fill Orv' Psrker s 's on i will again take the pivot po itioni
gainers that the Spartans boast. irneup \Vttli ca-se ar d from tia against Parsons. TChe lkyM-
Sigwart broke into the Varsity' rwiig adi pacic b soud oon isonno7Cmore is a danlgerou's
wrestling lime light when lhe won be, reiled Ocap tomake som-e Ipolts . a rer forwil e Wolave toencouterd
his bout with the easterner with asRhifwilllliklly have-aizeh'ht ad-
a fall, in about half the time limit. co.-rs i°. ohveriDaniils.
His~~clo shwngad.te useuntCr eventin thou11U-
th hoan adt ha:ubeuet1> 1ag vet ainst Marshall! I PITTSBURGH -Twelve Pitts--
improvement t heha put on ;wnieie he is expected to acid five burp i Pirtecs have had th1eir t ) sil;s
his form indicate that hie will be' oin ts to the score:. Heil i. "2i' ' rCf'i1ved sinceo the bas&L els _'ol'i
one of the most consistarit five t .,,.. >. , of-
point men on Keen's club. o?: t _, regala<r 'tHat can. bsri-u nc The bad to s vhar ii:Cfl4
en to live the cutomers , 1'el' h I fr the PiratesL.a t a "' a +;~w
Otto, the all-campus star of two tle for th2eir money. Tic vio, Ntio'.ial. League race last year.
seasons and regular at the 120 vetes rnunde e ts .oieae :
pound mark, will go in the second n" al)-le with Lepcar d i,_1_ . "Don>:;
bout with Roberts. Otto ha s been ,h ) ;dr awn the assn trimei tjo1" thi Fo:w
out for some time with a bad arm heavier weights this year and (~in EN AVANT ee owr
but he will o ready to display his" made a showing triat will a5scare '
wares against the Green and as this; him a place ona the regu flar lineup aj
is his introduction to -the Varsity when the Wolverines open up a- ISI
lineup . he w ill probably be a big I gain -st the C onference com petition .Isr is& t th fg t fa s w h so e;S d a d at H vy e h .
of the fastest grappling that has' Stoddard will again tax eAnrer'si M anuurc trn terson o.~~
been seen in his division for some place in the heavyweight bout a- Dtot ihgn&W!evhe nai
time. L. Tompkins. So far thisl
Joe Woodard is slated for the season Stoddard has been the main Iryu ovnec
third bout at' 135 with Byam an un- factor in relieving the loss t at n o Y oneIec
known addition this year to the Auer 's absence from the squad. and.!k Ann Arbor Store I
Lansing crew. Joe is one of the he may have to take care of all of 41 603 Church St.
veterans on the Maize and Blue the heavy bouts this seasoni but l 'A A SM
lineup where he usually suppliesI there is no doubt in Keen's mind FA KOAK
the thrills of the evening with his of his ability.
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Thincdads to Compete
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A picklup group of squash players
of (heintramnu.al department will
turinev to, the Detroit !athletic club,s
entering the class "B" state tourna-
ment. The team will start their
first match against Bay City Squash
club at 12:00 noon today. The
squad is composed of mainly stu-

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Rfete, Kronfeldt., and Jackson : will
run the lowc«'hurdles wi'h him,. _____
INDOOR TENNIS. i'ieExetdto aw'.(CniudFo Pae)
Starting at 9:00 this morning the The mile ru'n which h,,s f .atuzv-d ri'_. smesr. Tt> will net be his
Indoor Tennis Matches will get un-;
der way again, the trials thus far will be uney :gm"naMihanufo.
9 :0O -Sclhnapp-McF a~lrieI7DAn- iWolfe, Au Tin oel ~aLn s i\e.ea ieWlene
n -Dlugolenski, Nisen-Hershma n, ii i.~ndcr, il 'utaIl gbbn5 niC ae op y Mcioi t
taihll- F5iserman1. and Darrow . 'Wolfe ,on this event a Eat LanIs~cing on T sday1 , 1nd.
lei3 a r .ark-Kusin, Brown- h etls ekwt rdnMrque. tte at the Col!Iseum i e x

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position, Angell, 0o the Athot 'ie j11:00---Pendell-Voegele. ng s tswllb 11 nteod oor. %husday:",and Frliday. As<liof.
Ssciationl, in lhe next rank. Wiil- p ! -ri A SELECTIONS. AO event ith Ruafsel',Allen, Lamb, end of the er'mcitcrCon 'tis wil'.l;be
)n in nu mber 3 position anld John- r -Itrmra.eprtet san eiak er woiking :in thefrs iibeotaeptinilfthm
ma and linchnian followinip in the ! int~aui. ting a new step in Inter- h'reat. CKlaling?, ,oy >, Kaminski, The loss of the ae oven
t]r nmed. fraternity basketball competition and Mvueller make up ~he secod wingoman wh ihovgansro: ad
_3 when it selects ane :All-*Star team. ihie t whui~teRicad._~lcl'A-la oteMcia em or
1 f}X w,,' : Ah:.. tOhio Stte tmiverity has done this, len, a.nd C olby ar e ~i for tim tis, while not one of thehihser
,ea ,ht t eeae hetao irseveral seasons in n-early all third h eatr . Allen is favord to CO, ers on t.1e club, h~assarrd onl
FiadIhi Si gmra Delta beat- Tau pr. Other schools have adopted. I thi . inn again. many oc casions for his ecel::i lt-
15 Epsilon hin the volley bail! thc same idea. ~. Potle will attemtpt to bet- Iback-checking a id ge i'ai kaingis
~a~~ fteuppe=:r bracket of l order to select. the possible tc it .is rK ci 12l< and 1- feet a;iy ~ grsoe~~ ismr
1' quqe-ias hs heItomrldprmn w'hicth he Y:made LitG eek in [he tniie "tidedth~ ie and SLlii1111 ,
't , -i al. T e acvl son . a Iza.1, L uvor ism e allwed n l ,,u. Doia, i~ c ry
in heJowe ' brackets Phi Kappa cho osing this grou p. PA system hsi Setrwl asleipogfnbi'hi b~t~ad flobting spirit is
dva need to the e penlse oz Pil been devised by whicha the referees for the rather 1 aa h 3 cr( .' to be missed.
lgln' a fIc- n iilmettewi-tl aeattl edoytesasn raeia. Cx.Godit ' f7riY'1 1Dai iuthe first pert of Mie'hi-
Ler of the Alpha Kappa Lambdla- thi selections and a Daily spot ;linger are also on the prog ram nto' .hdl, h ovrie 'v
'hi Beta Delta games in 'he .s mli- writer will 'comipile the results and demonst.<4te their ability iituiseedwolsgasthn thei
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army that is throughly con-
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bad that you can do nothing
to improve it? Or are you
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you will come out at the
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of the continued improve-
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"Good times will come
back as they always have
before, though they will
come back gradually. The
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will not participate in the
heydey. But if you take
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