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January 07, 1932 - Image 7

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I 11hAhetic Standrdisi Boilermaker Five Impressive i } Ohio State Minnesota an4d-WieahTkst i hr
Li i I0L I iON i , Ifro Early Season Victory ana all should be improved ove' Consecutive Trophy.
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SchmiierDeener, Drysdalef
Durin nasion.
Withi the preliminary tank season
somewhat of a history, Coach Matti
Mann's Wolverine swimmrers are'
finding out just' how they stack up
in competition with some of the op-
position they have faced. The rath-
er arduous expedition into the wa-.
ter , of the far east demonstrated
thefact that the Wolves can matc-(hf
heilr prowess withi the -best in the

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~coaching profession -and his firstfowdaspmresrnme
poitonWa a bckled oah t1 (Contin'uea from Page 6) ; Coburn, who has scintillated in all
LNorthwestern Iny iy A ~ PretrPais p wtIuru' of the Scarlet and Gray's earaly sea-
GenThistlethwaite, wio hd all-American guard on the defense so'ae. nin i l'ec od
been his high school coach at Oak and has proved to be an important bet ter later in theyerthnhy
Park._ When. George Little cam~e toE cog in the fast breaking Purdue showed agaaist the Boilermakers,
Wtisconsin as director of athletics ofneadtelgtin asoIIwieMnnst hudas -
in March,. 1925, one of the first menofneadtelgtigpswo)wieMneoasol lob
he., added, to the Badger staff was~ that characterizes that team's play., strong.
Uteritz, w'h 6, becamne backfield It will'take a good five in the Con-f
coach of the 1925 'and 1926 elevens. ference this year to upset these- ndChicagoanti Iowa seem decstisnedj
Hqe served in the same cap"acity Gold and Black cage stirs. to wind uap near Ow Iv bttmo f
wh nig aite's regime, and when the Big Out at Northwestern the ~emai-n- r ioons4 shouldi ii t p a hbt~r font
Ten. launched the plan of interpol-. der of last year's great five will at-1 Man they did last yeav, and iay
legiate football, for reserve teams, tempt to stop the onrush Gf the nose out a few vicis t r ugh
Uteritz wvas nide, coach of the. Purdue quintet. Led by the Big ;:;t the sea Win. f T ias rospects
;Badger "Bees." His Wisconsin " Ten's leading, scorer. Reiff, and by ;- ar }.Vt any too briht. E'ver sinace
teazms .lost but two games in four ;the veteran captain, McCarnes, at thew fateful year when the Hawk-
years and were unidefeated'in 1930 cent'er, tthe Purple is slated to make eysre ocdp e h
and 1931. ,;a strong fight for the tob of the .

I .,Pi Beta Delta swept all thrlee
'matches from Tau. Kappa Epsilon
to win. the Interfraternity handball
title. This marks the third consec-
Iutive time the Phi Beta D ,1a fgroup
has, won the championship.
Leo Goodman and Arthu,,r Cohen i
won the singles rmatches for the Phi
Betes while Irving Go~dstein paired
with A. Blumenfeld' to win the
doubles. In the three seasons that,
the Phi, Betes, have won the title
Cohen and Goodman, playing sini-
O~cs, have never losL a match~
The season was one of the 'most
successful ones that handball has
known, according to the Intramural
department, which sponsored the
tourney. A growing amount of in-
terest is being shown in the court
The individual scores of the final
matches follow: Singles, Goodman
defeated Luindberg 21-19; 21-19 and
Cohen defeated Lai 21-11; 21-20;
Doubles, Goldstein and Blumenfeld
defeated Rasmussen. and McCor-
mick 21-12, 21-12.

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GRAPHING promptly and neatly
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References. Phone 7343, 354,


Conference heap.vAlready the Wild-
cats have one victory to their credit,
a thrilling .31-30 overtime game
with Wisconsin last Monday night.
Michigan's Wolverines, Illinois,1
And Wisconsin have been gener-
llyt picked.. as the next three
teams in line, with any onie of
them likely to spring some sur-
prises before the season has shot
it blt. Tlinonis, however. has al-

t onjrence, mei1Z~r Ieauus4 avc not
come, tp to their former stan-
dards. The Iowans, have' turned
out strong cage, aggregations in
the past, however, and within a
few years they should again be
back in the running among the




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