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Have Many Veterans
rom Service to Play in
HIGAN-M. A. C. CLASH WILL
IE HARD CONTESTED BITTLE
tt of Iowa by Indiana Biggest
Surprise of Early Season
(James C. J. Martin)
iort is once more being revived
lie different universities and col-
e throughout the middle west,
the teams representing the Insti-
ns are regaining their pre-war
all the sports undertaken by un-
sities the star men on the track,
:etball, baseball, and football
is are returning from the serv-
inois is perhaps the most .fortu-
of the universities in the middle
to regain her status so early
he year. The Suckers have four
year's veterans, and two former
bers of the 1917 team, on this
's basketball five. There are al-
number of track and baseball vet-
s back in school.
chigan has two -court stars on
.919 quintet. Hewlett, as forward,
Rychener, as guard, form the nu-
i around which the Maize and
basket team will be built. Born-
, substitute of last year's quin-
will be utilized in many of the
dgan-M. A. 1C. Game to Be, Good
e Michigan-M. A .C. fracas, which
oheduled for Feb. 15, is attract-
some interest among court enthu-
s around here. The Michigan
es have three old men back in
told, two of whom are excellent
da. Kurtz and Garratt are the
: 0. guards, while Snider has
ed a berth on the' five as for-
. Palm, one of the mn on the
h team last year, will also be
to fill the breach,
lana startled the court fans this
by recently whipping the. Iowa
egation. Iowa was considered by
orities to be one of the contend-
of the Big Ten championship
year, but its defeat by Indiana
tically puts that five out of the
liana lost to Minnesota, but this
not effect its chances for the
ipionship. If it can succeed in
ng a few of the runner's up they
have an excellent opportunity to
the laurels this year.
oe University of Indiana has one
who is feared by every team In
Conference. Indiana's star is
ps, guard and captain elet. He
i excellent dribbler and was
d on the third All-Conference
of last year. The other veter-
who have returned this year are
r, forward; Jeffries, center; By-
guard, and Williams, guard. By-
and Williams were members of
luintet two years ago, but they
seldom put in the line-up this
.,icago Has Strong Quintet
ce Gorgas, center; Hinkle,
d, and Blocki, forward, returned
e Maroons from service the Uni-
ty of Chicago is beginning to look
4g. The Maroons' start was
due to a weak team. Their
ng shows an improvement since
won the Purdue game.
rgas is a host of strength and
picked for the first All-Confer-
team of two years ago. Hinkle
guard on the second All-Confer-
team of last year.
rthwestern, created a sensation
inning from Wisconsin, last year's
plons, on the Wisconsin floor.
quintet has several stars back
e line-up and they are now con-
ed in the running for this year's
There is also an abundance of good
material. When classed with the oth-
er Conference teams they look the
best on paper. All of the men are
big and str'ong.
Ingerson, guard, formerly All-West-
ern football tackle and running mate
to Goetz of Michigan, is on the Illi-
nois quintet. The other old men are
Mittleman, forward; Fletcher, for-
'ward, and Taylor, center. Kopp,
Probst, and others of last year's team
are now on the side lines. Buchhert,
guard, who, played with Hillsdale
for two years before entering Illi-
nois, is also with the Suckers.
Ohio has always had a quintet com-
posed of six footers, bu't for some rea-
son, which is probably due to the fact
that they may not consider basketball
as a major sport, they never succeed-
ed in obtaining a high average in the
Conference court league. Last year
they got as high as .500, which is as
high as they have ever reached.
This year they- have four of last
year's men on the team ,together
with McDonald, center of two years
ago. The men on last year's Varsity
are Francis, forward; Matheny, for-
ward; Kennedy, center and Walker,
guard. McDonald, regular on the 1917"
five, has just returned from the serv-
ice, and the Ohioans will probably put
him in the line-up in the near future.
Wisconsin Has .1No Veterans
Wisconsin has no veterans, and the
1919 team is .composed of five new
men. Baver was on the squad last
year and the men expect Zulfer, cap-
tain, to return from the Great Lakes
before they play their big Conference
Kingsley, the giant center and on
the second All-Conference selection;
Lawler, forward, and Platou guard
and captain elect, are the three vet-
erans on the Minnesota quintet. Rss,
forward, appears to be showing up.
during the practice games. He is a
sophomore this year.
Iowa also has four old men on the
1919 team. Cotton, and Berrien, for-
wards; Brown, guard, and Ulson, cen-
ter will form a nucleus for this year's
Six veterans have returned to the
Purdue fold. Purdue was considered
at one time to be the contenders of
this year's Big Ten championship, but
their defeat by the Maroons, which
was the first game of the season,
practically throws them out of the
The men who have returned are
Mackley and Tilson, forwards; Smith,
center; Campbell, center, and Whip-
kus and Heine, guards.
Michigan's basketball five will play
two games with the University of In-
diana quintet, according to informa-
tion issued by the athletic directors
The University of Indiana team
will apptar on the Waterman gymna-
sium court here on Monday, Jan. 20.
The return game will be played in
Bloomington on Tuesday Mar. 11.
This will make 10 Conference games
that the Wolverines will play this
year, making it the same number of
contests scheduled last year.
The Indiana game was tentatively
discussed at the meeting of the Big
Ten heads during the conference in
Chicago in December, but the final
arrangements were, not made until
Other Conference teams at the pres-
ent time have 12 games on the
WRECkERS DIG 12 BODIES
FROM MOLASSES ACCIDENT
Boston, Jan. 16.-Another body was
found today in the wreckage caused
tby the explosion of 2,000,000 gallons
of molasses yesterday. The known
deaths now number 12. State investi-
gators believe that thehwall ofhthe
tank gave way under the weight of
,the molasses and that there had been
Notre Dame Loses to Purdue, 31-13
Purdue defeated the Notre Dame
five, 31 to 13 last Saturday.
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TRACK COACH APPEARED)
IN GYM SUIT YESTERDAY
UNITERSITY OF DETROIT
MEETS MICHIGAN TONIGHT
RELAY TEAM MAY LBE SENT
DRAKE. RACES IN
HARD GAME FROM
Track candidates continued to work
out under the direction of Coach Steve
Farrell. The coach was in gym
clothes for the first time and from
now on will probably teach by actual
demonstration as well as verbal' in-
The shot putting pit will be open-
ed for practice this afternoon. This
will give shot-putters, their first op-
portunity to do anything at all in this
event. Weight men are especially
scarce according to Coach Farrell and
all with any experience or ability are
needed at once. Williams and Baker
who competed in this event last year
are both out of school. Lindstrom is
the one last year's man who is still
.in the running, and will probably be
booked to count some points for the
Maize and Blue. He will, however,
need a great deal of development be-
fore any meets.
Haig Has Not Reported
Haig, also a veteran in track work,
who has been in the S. A. T. C. has
not reported to the coach a yet. It
is .very probable that the hi;|1Jiump-
er has returned to his home until the'
second semester. He is expected to
report sure, at that time.
'Cook, the sprinter, will probably be
in a suit by Monday. .
Sedgwick, captain of the short trous-
ered. squad, and star distance runner,
made the inile on the indoor oval with
his time reading 5:03. With more
workouts the star track artist will clip
off the distance at much less time.
Freshmen Run Relay
Two teams of eight freshmen each
ran an eight lap relay race yesterday,
in the course of the workout, giving
evidence to the material that the class
of '22 holds.
Because of the shot putting pit be-
ing open, the pole vaulters can also
workout, with the pit being used as
the landing place. -
The coach announced that if a relay
team can be gotten together to repre-
sent Michigan a team will be entered
in the Drake relay which, it was re-
ported yesterday, would be held on
April 19. Unless the team is worthy
of being entered no attempt will be
made to compete. As yet the prospects
for such a team are uncertain but it is
expected that the future will bring
out some good men who will help
make the team a winning one.
National League Limit Club Salaries
A limit of $11,000 per month has
beein placed by the National league on
the salary list of each club as a result
of the magnates' action. The new.
ruk carries a penalty of $5,000 for
ever violation of this rule.
Dartmo ith Abandons Basketball
Varsity basketball and hockey have
been abandoned 'at Dartmouth univer-
sity. It was stated that lack of mate-
Coach Mitchell's basketball team
will meet the University of Detroit
five in Waterman gymnasium tonight
in what is expected to be one of the
scrappiest games of the season. The
coach said last night that both today
and Saturday the squad was going
to line up against teams which would
put up a big fight. The University of
Detroit had a strong team last year
and although their schedule included
some of the best teams in the East
they did not lose a game. The quin-
tet remains intact for this seasoh ex-
cept for the loss of one excellent man,
Voss. Michigan fans seem to be real-
izing the kind of basketball on the
program tonight and a big crowd is
The Varsity squad is in the pink
of condition after the last week's rest.
The wisdom of Coach Mitchell's deci-
sion that hard work should not be
meted out to the boys so heavily is
now apparent. An improvement in
both spirit and form is evident. They
are eager for tonight's battle, and
seem entirely confident.
The Coach has announced the play-
ing of a game here with Indiana next
'Monday night. The Varsity are go-
ing to take on another game in spite
of two hard fights over the week-end.
When the schedules for Conference
teams were arranged in Chicago last
December, it was decided that Michi-
gan should play two games with In-
diana if arrangements could be made.
Indiana is on its tour now and it
was thought that ths would be an
opportune time to stage the game.
Michigan will return the favor on its
tour on March 11. These two games
put 10 Conference battles on Michi-
gan's schedule, and while the regula-
tion number is 12, 10 is a large num-
ber for a school where the sport is
The Michigan line-up will be as
follows: Karpus and Hewlett, for-
*wards; Cohn ,center; Williams and
Wilson, guards. This is the squad
that will open the game. Changes
will probably be made in the course
of the evening as the coach has. de-
clared his intention of letting every
-man on the first squad get into part
of the game.
Northwestern Defeat lake Forest Five
Northwestern defeated the Lake
Forest team by a score of 37 to 5.
Eielson, late of the Great Lakes, and
Marquard played a stellar game for
Illinois Fears Purdue Quintet Greatly
The Illinois five is working hard in
order to get into shape to beat Pur-
due. Coach Jones has had the fresh-
man team using Purdue plays to pre-
pare the first quintet for the battle.
Many Fraternities Bowl at Wisconsin
Interfraternity bowling is in full
swing at the University of Wisconsin,
sixteen teams having been entered.
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quardt, forward; Ligarre, sub-
ite forward, and Wilcox, center,,
members of the 1918 team. The
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d on the second All-Conference
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islon, halfback on the Great Lakes
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