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Broming, Estreen, Barnett, Rho-
da Forced Off Wisconsin
(Specii u, toThe'aiy)
MADISON, Wis., Jan. 11.-With
four of the leading candidates for
his Wisconsin wrestling team laid
up with injuries, Coach George Hit-
chock gloomily admits the reap-
pearance of a familiar "jinx" which
ruined his hopes a year ago, when
he lost man after man the same
-Star U8-Pounder Out.
George Broming, promising 118-
pounder, sustained a broken col-
lar bone in practice Thursday af-
ternoon; Dan Estreen 'and John
Rhoda, 165-pounder, were found to
have a pair of broken ribs each;
while an injured knee put Bar-
,nett, 135-pounder, out of action for
the present. Broming will not be
able to wrestle for six weeks, if at
all, this season.
Sievenpiper is slated by Coach
Hitchock for Broming's place in the
bantamweight class. He is not
without experience but will start
under a handicap because of being
hort of work.
Vacancy Hard t(o Fill.
Estreen's place will be even hard-
er to fill. Wyss or Vasby ark the
likely choices but neither has
wrestled in the 165-pound class be-
fore, Hitchock states that he will
have to use a novice in place of
Barnett in the 135-pound division
but hints that he may have a sur-
prise in store here.
As to the rest of the line-up,
Raudebush looks best in the 126-
pound class but Dittmar, because
of his rapid improvement, may get
the call, though he lacks "Rowdy's"
ARROW COLORED SHIRTS,
Double and Single Breasted