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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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COURT FIVE FACES
CRU C/AL TEST NOW

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A thletic Echoes'12 LAP RELAY FEATURE

Chicago Boasts Strongest Team
Big Ten; Purdue Not So
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MICHIGAN WILL USE SAME
LINEUP AS IN PAST GAMES
Michigan faces the two hardest
games of the 1921 basketball season
tonight and Monday night. Chicago,
at present in third place in the Con-
ference standings, will be played on
the Chicago floor, and Purdue, one of
the two undefeated teams in the Big
Ten, will be the Monday opponent
on the latter's court in Lafayette.
Chicago is supposed to have the
strongest quintet in the Conference
today, despite the four point defeat
administered by Illinois at Urbana
two" weeks ago. The Maroon defeat
of Wisconsin, and the 42 to 12 score
which was handed Iowa prove the mer-
it of the Midway basket tossers. In
Birkhoff Chicago has one of the most
brilliant performers in the Middle
West. Playing against Ohio State re-
cently the fast Midway forward
threw 7 field counters and 10 points,
from the foul line, a total of 24.
Comparing the scores made by
Michigan and Chicago against Iowa
on successive nights, the Maroons
have a distinct advantage, as they won
by 30 points from a team that Michi-.
gan could outscore by four only.. Chi-
cago also has defeated Wisconsin,
twice Michigan's conqueror this sea-
son.
Against Purdue, comparative scores
are more even. Both Michigan and
Purdue have won from Northwestern
by nearly equal margins; and the
game should be quite close, due to the
nearly even balance of the -two
teams. Miller and White, Purdue's
guards, are among the best, if not
the best, defensive players in the Con-
ference, and will prove a barrier " to
Captain Karpus, and Dunne. To bal-
ance this Purdue has had difficulty
in scoring this year, and has not de-'
veloped the perfect passing game
which made the Boilermakers the
best team in the Big Ten last year,
although kept out of first place by an
inadequate schedule.
Michigan will line up tonight as in
the last few games, with Captain Kar-
pus at one forward, Whitlock and
Miller alternating at the other, Dunne
at center, and Williams and LeGal-
ley at guards. The latter player is
regarded as the find of the season,
and is one of the most promising
members of the team.

Drastic measures are to be taken by
the Royal Order of the 0 club, coin-
posed of wearers of the varsity O of
the University of Oregon, to keep non-
members from entering the varsity
room. This room has been reserved
as a lounging place for 0 men since
varsity teams were first organized at
the university and trespassers have
been disciplined at all times in the
past. Now the members of the "Or-
der" feel that sacred precincts have
been violated, evenby the feet of un-
wary freshmen, and to put a stop to
this practice have promised a pad-
dling to the next offender. Ignorance
of the law is no excuse according to
the proclamation issued.
Ineligibility has forced Capt. Lester
Dyke, of the Iowa track team, from
further competition and L. E. Beld-
ing, '21, has been elected to replace
him. Belding's track events are the
high and low hurdles, in which he has
been a point winner for the Hawk-
eyes for the past three years. In ad-
dition to his track work, Belding is a
star football man and\ has received
several recommendations for All-Con-
ference end. R. J. Crary was chosen
at the same time, to replace Vance
Mcflree, captain of the 1921 baseball
team, who will not return to school
this spring, Crary's diamond experi-
ence for the university started last
year when he held down the second
base position.
All indications now point to no
baseball game between Iowa and
Ames next spring, due to the fact that,
C. W. Mayser, director of athletics at
Ames, insists on the eligibility of the
(Continued on Page Six)
INTRAMURAL BASKET SERIES
DEVELOPS FAS.T CONTESTS
Alpha Sigma Phi won a fast game
in Thursday night's basketball pro-
gram when they defeated Lambda Chi
Alpha by a score of 21 to 15. Snappy
floor work on the part of the -Alpha
Sigs featured the play. The game
which Sigma Alpha Epsilon won from
Sigma Nu by a score of 21 to 13, prov-
ed to be the other main attraction of
the evening. In this game the S. A. E.
aggregation seemed to have the con-
fidence of champions and may be re-
garded as dangerous contenders for
the title. In the department and society
tourney two slow games were played.,
Michigan Union beat Scalp and Blade,
20' to 7. Jecliff and Hickey featured
for the winners. Angell's business ads
ran away from Martin's business ads.
making a margin of 30 to 5. Brey and
VanBoven showed up best for the
former team.

-OfVARSITY-FRESH MEET
COACH FARRELL ANNOUNCES MEN
WHO MAKE UP FIRST
SQUAD
Keen interest as to the outcome of
the 12 lap relay, one of the many
events scheduled for today in *Water-
man gymnasium to be staged by teams
picked by Capt. Larry Butler and Cal
Wetzel, is being manifested by the
Varsity quarter milers.
At 3:30 o'clock the men will go on
their marks for this race, perhaps
the best one that has been staged so
far this year. On Wetzel's team will
be Burkholder, Douglas, and Wheeler
in addition to Cal, and besides him-
self, Captain Butler will have Lewis,
Thomas, and Meese running on his ag-
gregation. Each man will run three
laps, which means a distance of a
little more than a quarter of a mile.
Before the intra-Varsity relay, there
will be a four mile relay between the
Varsity and freshmen milers at 3
o'clock. Standish, Denton, Houfstat-
ter, and Freeborn will represent the
Varsity, while Bowan, Marston, Arnde,
and Davis will form the yearling
team. Coach Farrell is expecting his
runners to make the best time that a]
Michigan four mile relay team has
done in some years.
Two Mile Relay
No Varsity man who competed
against the freshmen last week in the
two mile relay will be on the team
which will run the yearlings at 3:45
o'clock this afternoon. Barton, Car-
son, Everett, and Merz will carry the
regular baton, while Weeks, Hatten-
dorf, Marston, and Siemons will run
for the first year men.
In addition to these events there
will be a 50 yard handicap race be-
tween sprinters of the Varsity. Jack
Scholz, who is in Chicago competing
in an Athletic club meet, will conse-
quently be unable to workout this aft-
ernoon.
Remarkable form is being shown
by Cruikshank in the hurdles. Al-
though he has been timed in the 60
yard high hurdles only twice this,
J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
The Store of Reliability & Satisfaction

year, his performances on both occa-
sions were such that Coach Farrell is
expecting to be well represented in
this department, which early in the
season gave indicaition of being
Michigan's weakest. Sargent is also
doing excellent work, and good things
are expected from Spurrner, who re-
cently has been handicapped by a
strained tendon.
Announce First Squad
While there are many men trying
for the Varsity, recognition has been
given to a number who now have
precedence for the rubbing table over
men whose names have not been post-
ed as members of the first squad.
Captain Butler, Brannan, Burkholder,
Burns, Carson, Cruikshank, Denton,
Douglas, Forbes, Freeborn, Harvie,
Houfstatter, Hoffman, Joyner, Kelley,
Lewis, Lukins, Losch, Landowski,
Meese, Merz, Moersch, Penberthy,
Platts, Slaughter, Sargent, Spurrier,
Simmons, Stipe, Wesbrook, Wetzel,
Courteous and satisfactory
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You want good service-at-
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New Spring Woolens
are now on display at the
new low prices
All our regular staple stock has been
reduced to the present low prices.
Don't wait until you want to step into
a suit to place your order. It takes time
to do good tailoring.
"Some say" prices will be higher in April.
J. KARL MALCOLM
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