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March 12, 1920 - Image 3

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' Underclass laws vs. Zinn's fresh
lits ate 7:30 o'clock.
Juniorlits vs. architects at 7:30
Pietro's fresh sit vs. sohp en-
gineers at. 8:30 o'clock.
ketball tourney. Richards scored most
of the points for the losers.
Underclass medics ran away from
the pharmics to the score of 21 to 8
and Pietro's lits did the same to the
junior engineers to the tune of 25 to
7. In the latter game Dudek rang
up 16 of his team's counters.
The Daily's specialty is service to




rmes. The list contains, a number
of former letter men and some prom-
ising new material. With this team,
the veteran ;Midway coach has al-
ready downed two Conference teams
in dual meets. Ohio State fell before
the team in a 47 to 39 verdict and
Purdue was on .e lower end of a
54 1-2 to 31 1-2 score. In these meets
Higgins has been the bright star with
his sensational shot putting.
For Michigan, Coach Farrell has en-
tered the greater part of his squad.
Although it has not yet been definite-
ly decided, it is pmrobable that both
teams will be limited to four men in
each event. Steve has not fully de-
cided whom he shall select for, the
Varsity team but it is quite certain
that he will enter his full quota in
each event.

Michigans final practice before the
two closing games of the 1920 Confer
ence }asketball, schedule consisted of
a short scrimmage between two teams
chosen from the Varsity squad.
"Baskt tshooting, wich as at its
best in the Minnesota game last week,
is better than ever, and the pros-
pects for the team to wind up the sea-
son with four straight victories is ex-
tremely bright at the present time.
Rea, Weiss, Dunne,, and Henderson
have been scoring heavily in the late
practice sessions, and all should break
into the point column against Indi-
ana and Ohio State.
Weiss Playing Well
Weiss is not likely to start the game
at Bloomington but there is every like-
liliood of his going in to the fight be-
fore the end, and he may open the
final game played at Columbus Satur-
day. The speed and scrappiness dis-
played by Weiss when he took Rea's
place in the'- Gopher contest was the
best that he has shown thisyear, and
at the present he is at the top of his
In -playing against Dean of Indiana,
Dunne will have one of the best cen-
ters in the Conference to handle, but
at the rate which the .Michigan pivot
man has been going of late, the Hoo-
sier center should not be as great a
detriment to Michigan hopes as he was
in the opening game, when it was
Dean's excellent playing that won the
22 to 9 verdict for the Maroon and
Cream team.,
Strong Guards
Wilson and Williams need no com-
ment, as they have shown by this time
that they are among the strongest de-
fensive pjayers in the Conference. The
fact that Arntson, Minnesota forward,
was able to throw six baskets against
Chicago, and three days later could
drop in only half as many against
Michigan shows the real ability of the
icigan guards in covering danger-
ous opponents.
Michigan apparently has the call
over the Ohio quintet, as the results
of the Wisbonsin gam3 tend to give
the Wolverines quite an ed'ge, judg-
ig from the scores alone. Slyker
Ohio football star, who is playing cen-
ter on the basketball team, will be
the dangerous man as his playing has
been the mainstay of the Scarlet and
Gray this year. There is evry pros-
pect that Michigan will have another
opportunity to play against Harley, as
the Ohio football star is now playing
a regular guard on the varsity court
Soph engineers- won from under-
class dents by the score of 17 to 14
in a close game in the interclass bas-

A day of rest will be given 'to the
Varsity track team today after a week
or strenuous training for the dual
meet with Chicago tomorrow night in
Waterman gymnasium.. Every man
on the squad was out yesterday aft-
ernoon for a final workout before the
opening dual contest on the track
schedule. Coach Farrell expects a
close meet but is. satisfied that his
men will show up to advantage.

Present prospects are. that the up-
perclass\ laws and the. senior lits will
have to clash -again for a campus
championship.: In the game between
these two classes for the campus foot-
ball title the laws won. Now the lits
are out after blood and declare that,
the basketball brown shall go to
Van Boven, Earl and Elmer Cress,
Borinstein, and Stotzer are the men

11 will be new in Waterman gymnas- on whom the lits are depend
ium. Not until Michigan returned to title. These 'men play we
the Conference was there indoor com- Wand exhibit a brand of ball
petition in the two mile run and in hard to beat.
the low hurdles. As a result there are The laws are equally-sui
no gymnasium records in these events are going to win the cove
and whatever times are made Satur- als. Cohn, Loring, Ma
day will'go down as official records. Greenwald make a combina
is sure to give a good ace

I self. Cohn is an ex-Varsit.
and is thestar of the team.
The finals will be played c
the first of next week. Directo
ell's condition is improving sh
he expects to be on the job I
that time.
N. Y. RMdio Phone Messag
Radio phone messages are I
ly picked up by the Universi
less station from the De For
perimental station at Ossin
the-Iudson. N. Y. , These c
tiorns are clearly audible.

Has "iIn 'Two Meets Eleven Events
Coach Stagg o th; Chicago team, Eleven events including the relay
has sent in an entry sheet of some 28 will be on the program. Two of these

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nit. And everyone is WEL-
MlE to watch the bowlers at
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ut to get real benefit from
rling you must ROLL YOUR
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wling is a most beneficial ex-
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