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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

INDAA REAINSR
LEAD IN BIG TEN
Michigan's Defeat of Purdue Enables
Hoosiers -to Go Into First
Position Again
CLOSE RACE FORESEEN; TEAMS
UNUSUALLY EQUALLY MATCHED
CONFERENCE STANIDING

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Indiana..........4
Prdue...........3
Illinois..........2
flZchIgan........4
Chicago..........3
[Wisconsin.......3
Minnesota.. ....2
Ohio State ........1
Northwestern .....1
Iowa...... ..... 1

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Indiana regained first place
Conference basketball race, is
cause of the 27 to 19 defeat

in the
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istered by Purdue Jan. 28, by virtue
of the Michigan win from the Boiler-
makers Monday, 28 to 23. Three
teams, Indiana, Purdue and Illinois,
now have lost one game each, but as
the Hoosiers have won more than any
other team they top the Big Ten.
Michigan and Iowa Surpise Critics
Michigan and Iowa caused the sen-~
sations of the last week, and prob-
ably of the entire year. The Wolver-
ines defeated two of the three most
powerful quintets in the Big Ten by
surprise wins from Chicago and Pur-
due. Iowa put Chicago out of run-'
ning for first place honors by taking a
17 to 16 game from the Maroons at
Iowa City, Monday night. By win-'
ning these two games on the last
trip Michigan proved to be one of the
best teams on a Conference floor, but
one that got away to a woefully bad
start by dropping three straight games
on the home court.
While the Wolverines are entirely
out of consideration for the champion-
ship, the local team should be one
of the determinate factors the rest of
the year. There seems reason to be-
lieve that the Conference champion
this year will be defeated more than
once as so many of the schools are4
evenly matched. Consequently strong
teams, ,now developing, will hold the'
balance of power, and should cause
the leaders endless trouble.
Four Tied for Fourth Place
Four teams, Michigan, Chicago, Wis-
confsin, and Minnesota, are now tied
for fourth place. The first three have'
proved themselves to be of great pow-
er, while Minnesota showed unexpect-
ed strength by winning from Wiscon-
sin 22 to 21, at Minneapolis.
Last place in the Conference is now1
closely contested between three teams,
all of whom have lost three and won
one game. They are Ohio State,
Northwestern, and Iowa.
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also won points in both the Eastern
SWIMING NOTICE and Western intercollegiates lastc
spring. Henderson won the 440 ata
k Swimming practice on Mon- the Eastern intercollegiates in 1920,t
day and Thursday afternoons Merchant, hammer thrower and broad4
will begin at 1:45 o'clock on ac- Jumper, won points in both eventsI
count of girl's swimming classes here at the Western conference meetI
in pool at 3:30. Practice on oth- last spring and is one of the most
er days as usual. widely known athletesin the country.
{Such an array of stars is certain to
cause the Wolverines great worry on
the afternoon of April 9, and the men
lare leaving nothing undone to assure
ME URREDON themselves of the outcome.
BY PROSPECT Of TRIP INTRAMURAL COURT
FINALS A RE TODAY
- Definite assurance that the Califor-
nia dual meet is a reality spurred the
Varsity track team to redoubled ef- Tonight will see the finals in the
fort in the workout in Waterman intramural department's class basket-
gymnasium yesterday afternoon. Prob- ball tournament with Angell's lits op-I
ably the largest turnout of the year posing Thompsons dents at 8:45
greeted Coach Farrell on the floor o'clock. In addition' to this main at-
when the practice was started, and the traction a semi-final society league
men worked at their respective events game is on the card, the Upstaters
with a renewed spirit. meeting the Detroit club at 9 o'clock.
Present plans for the trip call for The winner of this match will do
the departure of the squad at date battle with the Michigan Union for
sufficiently early to allow several the championship medals tomorrow.
dlays' practice on the scene of the ; Games Monday night resulted in
meet, Berkeley, which will give the victory for Angell's lits over the law
men an opportunity to become accus- team by an 18 to 8 count, a win for
tomed to the track and climate. Com- the Detroit club from the Mt. Clemens
ing as it does, two weeks after the in- team wi t dhe final score 28 to 18,
door meet with Cornell here, any and the defeats, of26the to 9.
bruises that may be sustained in the thompsons
indoor work will have plenty of time!
to heal, and Coach Farrell will in all Tan Team W ill
probability be able to start west with
his strongest available squad. Most of Exhibit Prowess
the veterans have rounded into shape
now and are ready to begin intensive
training. Michigan's victorious informal
Members of the .Varsity hold the swimming team will display its prow-
highest respect for the ability of the ess for the benefit of the women's
coast team and the scores they have swimming classes of the Y. M. C. A.
hung up against some of the strong- at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow evening. Ex-
est teams in the country. Each year hibitions of all styles of tank work
California is represented at the Penn and swims of all distances familiar in
Relays by at least one or two stars, dual meets are on the program, and
men who have seldom failed to car- nearly the entire membership of the
ry home a good share of the points. women's classes is expected to be on
Captain Butler asserts that the west- hand for the event.
erners have one of the strongest all- Viggo Nelson, '22, in charge of phys-
around squads in the country this ical training at the "Y", has urged
year. It is certain that they have as such an exhibition for some time, and
many individual stars as any college the co-operation of Coach Drulard has
team in the country can boast. been secured, resulting in the sched-
Sprott, Bruin half miler, placed sixth uling of the exhibition. The women
in the Olympic games at Antwerp last have taken an exceptional interest in
summer after running the most sen- swimming, the classes being far larg-
sational heat in the preliminaries. He er than was expected.

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