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ES INTO THIRD PLACE
F VICTORY OVER IOWA;
ICE SEEN AS FINAL cgA

ler 6 out of 8, Ely 0 out of 3; Iowa-
Shimek 6 out of 9. Substiutionj:
Michigan-Pearman for Miller; Le-
Galley f4r Pearman; Iowa-McGovney
for Barton, Voltmer for McGovney;
Barton for Burgitt. Officials- Ref-
erees Birch,; Earlham; Umpire, Mc-
Cord, Illinois.
SWIMMING MEET WITH
CINCINNATI CANCELLED

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FOR

in the running. Northwestern has also
exhibited a marked improvement and
may make Mather's men step at top
speed. If the Wolverines play as they
did against Illinois it is hard to see
how they can be stopped but only the
next two weeks will settle the dis-
pute.

ha's not been' as successful as was
hoped for and the swimmers are anx-'
baus to end up as well as possible.
Consequently, they are working hard
for this event and will be in the best
condition for the journey to the smoky
city.
Although the team did not look well
on the score book, it must be remem-
bered that the men worked under sev-
eral serious handicaps. The lack of
a swimming pool of sufficient size,
near to the campus, is the primary dif-
ficulty. Next, there was no coach this
year to take charge and because of
this much effort in practice was wast-
ed for lack of able direction. Another
setback was received when Captain
Hyde was forced to resign because of
too much school work.
MILE RELAY TO FEATURE
ANNUAL ILLINI CARNIVAL
'

the pick of the university section:
Ohio State, Pennsylvania, Notre Dame,
Wisconsin, Missouri, Michigan, and Il-
linois. Pennsylvania has on its team
Brown and Jack, who ran on the win-
ning appregation which set a new car-
nival record of 3:29 last season.
Michigan was a close second tlast
March and Coach Farrell is due to
press the Easterners hard when such
men as Siemons, Thomas', Rainkin,
and Davis perform.
Intramural Itms
Two fast games resulted in the in-
terfraternity basketball league Mon-
day night when Sigma Chi defeated
Lambda Chi Alpha by a 13-12 score
and when Sigma Alpha Epsilon defeat-
ed Sigma Nu, 11-10.
In the Sigma Chi-Lambda Chi Alpha
game, the score was close throughout.

Each t

ma Chi was the shining
game, tying the score
minute of play. He the
the winning point from
Rice played well for the
,,The other game wa
slower than the first due
defensive work of both
leavy and Frogner were
ing stars for Sigma All
while Mnyers of Sigma I
team in the runnig by hi
sive play.
The finals between Si
Sigma Alpha Epsilon w
on the Varsity court at 7
nesday night and will b
public.

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Wolverines Superior to Iowa
Although her play was far superior
td that of ,the Hawkeyes in the game
at Iowa City Monday night Michigan
only lead by a scant two points at
the end of the game. Michigan start-
ed out like a house afire and simply
swept Iowa from her feet. The Wol-
verines opened up their fast offensive
in the first few minutes of play and
during the entire half forced the play-
ing.. Her defense was as stellar as us-
ual and the Iowans could not rush the
ball past the middle of the floor.
Miller and Kipke each contributed
two baskets in this period while Ely
came through with three. At free
throwing Miller was again up to form
making six out of eight in the first
half.

Word has been received, from the
University of Cincinnati cancelling the
dual' swimming meet scheduled with
the Wolverine team 'on Saturday,
March 4, at the Ann Arbor Y. M. C.
A. The reason given was that a large
number of their best swimmers are
ineligible. Cincinnati would have
furnished keen competition and it is
regrettable that the meet was can-
celled.
The last imeet of the year will' be
held on March 10 with the University
of Pittsburg at Pittsburg. The year

Preliminaries

I

Urbana, Ill., Feb. 28. - The mile
relay at the fifth annual Illinois relay
carniyal, March 4, is going to be one
of the classiest that has been staged
at Illinois.
The following teams are probably

SLatest Victor Rec

ue of their victory over Iowa
light the Wolverines climbed
place in the Conference race
ap behind Illinois who clung:
nd place by trouncing the
n their fray at Urbana, 37 to
.gan has now a string of four
ve victories and in their sen-
purt which has carried them
enth place into third, the.
s have rivaled the climatic
y made last year when Math-
led by Captain Karpus, took
ight games and entered into
)rnered tie with Purdue and
for the title honors.
Two Nore Games,
s men have yet two contests
before the curtain drops on
nt season. Their opponents
here Saturday night and
ern at Waterman gymnas-
onday night. Wisconsin has
gomes on her schedule. Dr.
s quintet will be called upon
innesota at Minneapolis Sat-
;ht which March 8 and 11
rs playrtwo games with Chi-
first fray being played on
at Madison. Coach Winters"
have two contests to weath-
they wind up the season.
meet Chicago Friday night
and then journey to LaFay-
March 7 for the final game
r with the champion Boiler--'

Miler Ejected
Miller had three personal fouls call-
ed on him in this period all of them
within the first eight minutes of the
half. Throughout the entire half the
game was entirely Michigan's. The
Wolverines ran up almost as large a
score as they did against Illinois last
Saturday by scoring 20 points to 6-
for the Hawkeyes.
When the second half opened Bill
Miller started the Wolverine onslaught
again by dropping in a pretty basket
from the center of the floor but on the
following tip-off has his fourth person-
al foul called and was forced to leave
the game. From that time on the game
was in favor of .Iowa. Michigan did
not score another point during .the
half but their 22 points were engugh
to give them the winning counters..
," Hawkeyes Come Back
The Hawkeyes made a wonderful
spurt with the ejection of Miller and
scored 14 points during the remainder
of the period. With two minutes of
the period left Iowa was only two
points behind and the game became
fast and furious. Michigan obtained
possession of the ball and continued
to hold it until the end of the contest
with the exception of two wild shots
at the baske by Iowa one of which
cornpleely missed the back board.
The Iowa team was somewhat weak-
ened by the absence of Aubrey Devine
from the game but this was entirely
offset by Michigan's loss of Miller
for practically half of the gasme.
Game Rough But Fastg
The game was rough but fast
throughout with absolutely no stalling
upon either side. Miller and Shimek
were the stars ofb the game with 12
points each. Paper held the Iowa star
scoreless during the first period but
the Hawkeyes changed their style of
play in the second half and Shimek
was able to count three field goals as
Barton had Paper blocked at all times.
Pearman was substituted for Miller
4vhen the latter left the game and play-
ed a fair game until he in turn was
replaced by McGalley.
'Summary of the game is as follows:
Michigan Iowa
Miller ........ R.......... Lohman.
Kipke ..........L.F........Barton
Ely ........C... ...Burgitt
Paper.........R.G........Shimek
Birks........LG.........Hicks
Field goals: Michigan--Miller, 3;'
Ely 3, Kipke 2; Iowa:-Burgitt 4, Shi-
mek 3. Free throws: Michigan-Mil-

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stamping ground. How-
Purdue, Illinois will have
bit of skill Winter's men
in order to have any rea-
s of victory.
olds Win Over Purdue
lds a one point victory
ilermakers in the game
Urbana gym, but' Purdue
one defeat in two years
loor, that at the hands of
t season, and in order to
title they have won, the
must play at top speed.
lays up to form it seems
Piggy Lambert's men will
inois when they meet in
minasium at La Fayette,
Illinois breaks even in
naining games the final'
for them wil sltand .667,
an and Wisconsin by win-
he games still left uponI
would also close the sea-
ercentage of X667.
gers play up to form they
mighty good chance of
igh with a clean slate in
g games while the same
father's men. Minnesota
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p, but Chicagp should not
obstacle in the way of
eam. Michigan will have

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