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WOLVERINES PREPARE
ILLINOIS BATTLE
SQUAD'S FINAL HARD PRACTICE
LAST NIGHT; COACH
CONFIDENT
Last night's practice was the only
hard drilling that the Varsity will
be put through this week. Wednes-
day night's game was supposed to
furnish a stiff workout for the squad
but the victory was so easy that the
Michigan men did not put forth their
best in the last half of the game.
So Coach Mitchell, after conducting
a snappy signal drill and running the
squad through their whole repertoire
of plays, put the quintet into a 10-

ence title because each one of their
players is a veteran of last year.
Illinois is an outstanding exponent
of the long-shot style of playing.
This will probably bother Michigan
for a little at the start as she has
not yet played a team which counts
so strongly on this method of scor-
ing as does Illinois, but it, is hoped
that Wolverines will not take long
to accustom themselves to it. How-,
ever, with the advantage which aris-
es from playing on the home floor
and the general improvement that
has taken place, the team feels con-
fident.
FORMER CHAMPION
GIVES EXHIBITION
Ora Morningstar in his exhibition
matches at the Huston Brothers bil-

I[LLINI VETERANS.
Orange and Blue Five Ready for
Stiff Game With Mich-
igan
)OPE FAVORS ILLINOIS FIVE
iWT HARD TUSSLE EXPECTED

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ROWLEY BLAMES TEAM WORK
FOR DEFEAT OF FRESH FIVE
Coach Rowley blames the defeat of
he All-Fresh Wednesday to lack of
tearn work. 'This is not the fault of
he men themselves, but of .the sys-
em under which they have been
orced to practice.
Until lately four teams have been
playing nearly every day. The men
composing these. teams have shifted
about in a way to bring out the best
ndividual work but not the best team
work. That there is plenty of power
n the first year team 'is proved by
he last few minutes of the prelim-
nary Wednesday night. They began
o play together in the middle of the
ast half and almost immediately
cored eight points, nearly enough to
win. The game would never have
been in doubt had they played this
way all the time.
To develop this team-play the
coach will pick his best men and
play them together each day. With
the basket shooters that are now out
for practice Rowley should not have
muchrtrouble in turning out a win-
ner. Westbrook, Henderson, and
Raye, all forwards, are excellent
shots, while Merkey, a fast, clever
guard, can shoot as well as play the
floor. The team has not yet been
selected but will be soon announced.
The Purdue five gave the Iowa
team a good beating last Saturday
when she met them on her home
floor. The final score was 32 to 19.
Scoring honors on the Boilermaker's
squad were divided between Markley
and Tilson.

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University of Nebraska now heads
the Missouri Valley basketball league
by defeating Drake Thursday, 34 to
13, and Grinnell Friday, 24 to 15. Ne-
braska, supposedly weak at the be-
ginning of the year, now claims one
of the strong teams of the middle
west.

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Tug Wilson, the star Illinois ce
ter, made 17 of the points piled i
against Wisconsin in the battle sta
ed at Madison Saturday. The flr
period ended with the two tear
standing 15 to 3 in favor of Illino
When the final whistle blew Wisco
sin found herself defeated 25 to 1

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minute scrimmage with a team com- liard parlor yesterday, defeated Earl
posed of the two last years' veter- Fingerle, manager of the parlor in the
ans, Doc Emery and McClintock, and afternoon, and L. Barnard, of this city,
the best of the freshmen. This game in the evening by wide margins, giving
furnished real fight for the squad in a sample of the championship 18:2
place of the game with the army balkline game.
men. Morningstar, who has held the 18:2
ritting On Finishing Touches balkline championship of the world is
The coach is turning every effort preparing to meet Willie Hoppe for
now towards getting the team in the title in the near future. He won
shape for the Illinois battleltomor- and lost the championship to Hoppe.
row night. He is putting the finish- In addition to his matches the ex-
ing touches on the teams as far as title holder gave an exhibition of
passing and the five man defensive fancy billiards. Playing trick three-
wrk is concerned. The basket shoot= cushion shots and round the table time
ing giso needs a little attention, but shots, he won applause of the large
on the whole the coach feels that audiences many times upon success-
the outcome of the Conference game fully completing carefully worked out
will be in Michigan's favor. plays,
It can readily be seen that thq In both the afternoon and evening
team has improved greatly since the the parlprs was crowded to pverflow-
last two Conference games and, If ing by many billiard enthpsipsts, the
Illinois has not progressed accord- tables surrounding the large table be-
ingly, it should not be difficult for ing psed as a platform by many who
Michigan men to clean up. ' were'unable to crowd nearer to the
illinois Big Dlsaplointment players,
IllinoIs has disappointed everyone -
in the way it has shown up thus far Tutoring in French by native teach-
in the season. It was boomed at first' er. Madame Bremont Alabaster. Tel.
as the sure wvinner of the Confer- 1471-M.-Adv.
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Urbana, Jan. 30.---Coach Jones is
sending his basketeers through the c
final drills and skirmishes pi'ior top
the departure for Ann Arbor, wheret
the Orange and Blue is scheduled toA
face Michigan on Sturday night. n
Illinois goes into the Wolverinen
state with its quintet of veterans wellR
tempered in the season's latest sport
by an equal number of victories and
defeats in the Big Ten race. To date,
the delegation has not justified the
opinion of the critics, the majority of
whom granted it first place among
possible championship candidates.t
However, the team undoubtedly holdsv
superiority in wealth of material and
experience and a strong comeback is
very much in order according to thes
Champaign supporters.a
Game Center of Attention
Play with Michigan on Saturday
night will be the center of attention
as the Illini exhibition at that time
will figure heavily in the results that
may be normally expected from the
Orange and Blue during the remaind-
er of this year's basket season,
Michigan on the other hand still
smarts under the recent marginal de-
feats inflicted by Chicago and North-
western. The element of revenge and
comeback also enters strongly into
the Wolverine side of the argument
and Coach Mitchell's court men, work-
ing on home territory, are known as
formidable opponents to any outfit.
The coming clash therefore assumes
all the ear marks of a drawing card,
Witnessed Chimgo Game
The meeting this week at Ann Ar
bor will not be the Urbana squa's
first glimpse of the Maz nd Blue
in oction, Coach Jonemade a special
stop In Chicago last week enroute to
Madison to give his following an op-
portunity to see the game with the
Maroona and to dope out Michigan's
style and system.
At present the Illini hold a record
of tw wina and two' defeats in the
current conference tourney. The first
game was lost to Purdue through
overconfidence but was balanced by
the later triumph over Ohio State. The
mach with Wisconsin resulted in an-
other eonquest and rather justified
further hopes which were, however,
shattered two nig'ts later by the
GopherA unde the leadership of Cap-
tam Plata.
Sake-Lineup Probable
Saturday night will probably feat-
ure the same lineup which faced Wis-
consin and Minnesota. The list in-
cludes Ingwerson, formerly picked a
All-western football tackle and at pre-
sent captain and guard on the Cham-
paign basket five. His pevious re-
ord on the court and his general field
work at Madison combined with. the
stellar defense displayed agai gin-
Inesota offer the guard as a, problem
to be successfully soe by Michigan
Jbefore the latter w'fhs a victory,
Mittlemai? and4 Taylor both veterans,
are loeted respectively in the for-
ward and guard positions. The latter
materially increased his reputation as
a scorer in the Minneapolis contest.
Wlson at center is also a letter man
And has starred consistently as a point
getter, his ability having played a big
part in the result of the recent game
with the Cardinal five. Smith fills the
gap at the other front station with
Buchet who has had two years with
the Hillsdale team, serving on the re-
serve list. Fletcher another member
of the old guard is available as a for-
ward. and Kopp and Probst of the 1918
.squad are held for emergency.
Dope Against Michigan
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