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~ESSPASES i nTree Veterans W711 Form N.ucleus
wasfowade tomebyTh Strong Squad Of.Haif- ilrs
%b f tr7 rt h~sis d uss~ the ut pros- i tn extra Year of experience and d-ien had hs a stride that rivals te
pei fatefrthe 19 i39 Michigan track team velopeft. ,nroted '"Long John" Wodrff'sfor
Edto: icdor wil e defending its Big Ten In Same Classleth
afitle tiwne. oayte Hgan is in the same class with Lurt stems rmsn af
SPORTSMANSHI'P AND JUDGMENT hl. Jester. Always a strong runner, his Lettzithmotpmsnga-
idn hthpeeddrn h oke aebtenBy ICK SIERK added speed this year should enable miler to come Coach Hoyt's way in
d Minnesota this past Saturday night deserves sonme At the Indoor Conference meet ev- him to make it hot for other Confer- some time. "He should be a great
ence haf-milers. haf-miler by the time another year
pry year the first five men to finish Bl uhnn h hr fls rolls around," says Charlie. "Just
lariucci was curt over the eye and skated to the Minnesota ;n each eent take bte~r place on a BilleBuchananthnr thir of lastinc
patched up, it was neither ood sportsmanship nor good ;iorffed wooden platform and receive reported and little will be known to put with his sie and speed."
the part of Coach Lowrey to address a remark of any kind ~he plaudits of the crowd while the about his value to the team until he The Wolverine mentor is also plan-
innesota defense man. What Coach Lowrey's words were b and plays their alma maters. has had plenty of work to get him ning on two-mile relay teams that will
w, but they certainly had a pronounced affect on Mariuci. When the roll is called over yonder ini shape. Clarke. the former 440-1 make fans at the Illinois Relays sit.
atla onCoah Io-svey' pat ws por sortmanhipforyard speedster, has shown potentiali- up and take notice.
'tio onCoah Lwre's artwaspoo sprtsansip ~oTin~ Chicago this year there will be, tes in the longer race but it will
oohs. barring accidents, at least two Wol- take competition to establish the sue-1 M. W. C.LA K
poor judgment: first, because at coach is older, on the verires taking their bows on the vi- cess or failure of the change. English Boot and Shoe Maker
of in ta- game taking the bumps, and therefore should be C ory stand at the conclusion of the Another Ohioan_
eaded secnd, bcaus Coac Lowey cold hve drwn a half ile.The athortOuro tnewbitepair nedepartmenpatmn: he
iuuletl; ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o ceoryecstCah orycol aedrw al-in is nout orthefr thanbt.Big boys Jack Leutritz and Howie best in the city. Prices are right.
penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct; third, because it Ca chyCalie Hoytis hoooer ntanEgert, both sophomores, round out.18SuhSaeadFcoyo ucsaneanhetokiat'nteMcignlyr; hstteopeitabihtfuefrtesqd.Ertsaohrofhe othoetAvu.
because Coach Lowrey's words were directed at a player his hal-milers. Lakewood, Ohio, contingent of track- _________________
,h he is rough is not :dirty, and a player who has a quality Three Veterans --___
sport fan or participant admires; namely, 'he can take it Coach Hoyt has a group of six 880-
lid it out' men, all of whom have done underAU ~L
"HOCKEY FAN" two minutes for the trying race. Of A ttention V. E' N//
______these, three are the veterans on whom
wtil enuhtuh nti ete-owrrn t ubiain Michigan depended for her points last
rtanlyenogh rut inthi lete towarantItspubicaion Year in the event, another is senior
ing the rink last Saturday ight, this chronicler experienced a Harvey Clarke, who is a reformed
on towards certain activities which had taken place in the quarter-miler, and the remaining two"
rinle series, are sophomores. 1
tathwrtriunaripinn heetrblman Best of the lot are Tom Jester and ". Aa.
tha te rierisunai i pnnngth etie lae ~i Dye Hogan junior lettermen who O ffers 'Y o u te M iiost
ndoubtedly nettled by their ineptitude before a large home have shown up well in pre-season
roaton throughout the series. Indoor Conference last Year and ad- O t t n i gC o h n
7t h rtrta h cin nteMcia ec l vnced his status to third in the Big Val'ue s of t e ea
ithth wrte tht heacton onth Mihianbeah re enatthe Outdoor meet. On the V a ue
While Mr. Mariucci is ;definitely not as irreproachable as basis of his performance as a sopho-
nts out. tery sympathies were with him in the entanglement more it is expected that Tommy will
igan onlookers., be in the very top rank this year with
in got swiped across his already, battered face by a flyingOnyA Em rec.Ma sThs
apparently unintentional-his agony was .unmistakable. In Sensational Price Possible For You l
ie nevertheless skated back to his defense post without anyGo h rC g s
tion of opening hositilities. What really enraged the Gopher ~ rp e'C g r
rom the bench: "Serves you right." Lead B g T n
,rwas Mariuci that he was willing~ to take on the entire BiEe MN 'S SU IT S
;uad. His wrath was chiefly directed at Eddie Lowrey. He
rey that his revenge would be as sweet as it was merciless Chicago Can DisuptI Race
that blood would flow in abundance when the series was. During Weekend Gaines TXDS
Minneapolis next month. ____' ____________
lttegmLoryadMruccareonahaereate Whr'C hRni otransrMinnesota had put the game on ice in the third period. itbp-idnaseal'md riiq T O PC O A T S
ok o a lghte aspct a thetwo erel kided echt le for the next two weeks firhtnw
oko ihe spc stetomeeykdefah ohej r iahealth and- a lean scholasticO VRA T
.d t ,t e b tt e f r t p ru gohh an ges as "H ey , M ar iu cci, y ou b ig h a m ," a n d "I m a b C n fer en ce l a d r g e o n
butI'mgood enough t play on a better team than yours" Tom)o"orw night Ohio State's
roceedings. thea1enin n ontet paced by JimTh tSI rg fr Z4
H~ull will be odds-on favorite to de- T a odrglryfr$46
, whipped into a Mvariucci-hate by his villainous reputation. fet4 Chicao in the onl1y Big Ten Now reduced for fastseln to
ration at the big Gopher with gusto. That I consider a patr ye and thereby vault ito, a tieseln
-the spectators' prerogative. But in my opinion, the actions of Iwrith the league leading Minnesota
ts are not conducive to the tr aditions toward which colegatec'l'ew.
>osedly aim. Frankly, as I continue following this beat, my Gop.hers Relax Monday
such euphonisms as sportsmanship, clean competition, and The Gophers, upset once by North-6
weaker. western, will get their shot at the
game, a group of reporters surrounded Lowrey asking him last place Maroon outfit Monday
dn't believe the game was unduly bitter: however and hope to be back in un- 1
disputed possession of first place be-
chigan coach was vehement in his protest. He pointed out fore the night is out. But then a t 9~O SUITS. and C O ATS t
history of the series there had never been serious injuries, wekfr'omf tomorrow comes the big $2$16.65
igan dressing room, that the rivalry was very keen but not appearance of the year at Minnea-1 35 E ' R S A T t$ 6
chth adMrieiweemreykddn ac terwt ils where the key battle of the Con-i E ' A T 26
ha h ndMaicc wr mreykidigeah terwih ference race so far will take place. $4.50ME ' DRESSP S at$ .6
Ions mpendng. +As things stand today, the= pro-
!may be true. Yet I can readily see how the more discerning rosticptn'rs are rubbing their hands
se not so absorbed in booing a publicity-built villain, might in exultation. Minnesota was ratd __________ ~- -
kened by some of the crudities which progressed before their the pre-season favorite with Indiana ____________________
__________ ____________________________Iclose behind-and that's just what
-has happened with half of the shed-
Seete completed. The only hitch in the- Doy u M
EW ERMJack Se Long Reign orliinal dope is that Purdue's de-'
fe TRM1nding champions are mucked down 'ym i ^
ARNOLD$ PARK, Ia., Jan. 26-(A) Fwith Michigan in a tie for seventh Slii ~~i i
or D E F N I TE -Jrack Dempsey said here today the place. The Boilermakers have drop- S irsan S ors
LOYMi NT Toe Louis-John Henry Lewis heavy- ped two of their three contests.
weight fight last night came out Ijre utMcia
ill Graduates "the only way it could," and added Incaucres Hur Micigaeth
ave Been Placed, that Joe probably would be the heavy- bgise si i a' a
weight titleholder for some tme I .~ -

TON,"I on't alays ickthewinner,nanotherthColumbus to furthercorn-
~A I LTON j Ibut I sure did last night," the formerpict maer.Btbhbosae
SS COLLEGE chminlage.xpected to be ready for action when
t Stte P. 781 ! Referring to John Henry Dempsey the second half of the season's comn-
Stat Ph.7831 thought it was a mistake to meet an
5opponent in another weight class, petition gt ne a gis l
_____________________________ lioisFeb. 13 and that should make a
more than noticable difference in the
Michigan attack.
Acting upon the conviction that'v
passing bluebooks is more important >
than passing basketballs at this par-
titular juncture, Coach Oosterbaan
hlas canceled practice for the next two
iI~i~L~I# IIthe rsemaining six games on the
schedule.
4 THE STANDINGS
W L Pct. Nt uil~ tel ifrn
Minnesota ..........4 1 .800 fabric Two ultra-thin layete
Indiana....... ,.... 3 1 .750 locked together. Insulating air
Ohio State ... .....3 1 .750 aaebten esbe
Illinois.............4 2 .667
Iowa..... .........2 3 .400
Wisconsin....... ,...2 3 .400 ,For Fewer Cold8, now Switch t
Purde .............1 2 .333r d
Northwestern ........1 3 :250
Chicago............1 3 .250,
D u fo6o=>ooSHIRTS AND SH0ORTS
Lret a 1) d a sl p'] Vu I THE TREND is back to winter underwear. Not
DAC N oldfashioned heavy underwear, but modern
U lightweight Duof old. Outside layer contains wool
' I for warmth and protection. Inside layer of soft
ivavs aArsor-rbehynt ottn.uitorewom oforit eetold?.'
ways A rmabsorbnt otton.asuioreo c oforitew elds
Auspices of Company K
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