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start plays and to break up Iowa of-
fense.
SElyBest Center
The center position will be filled by
Ely. There is no question that the
work of this player is above the aver-
ed every opposing center that has been
seen in" Waterman gymnasium. He
iseasily of All-Conference caliber. In
the Illinois game alone, his work mer-.
ited a great deal of credit. In this
ISLIUINARY OF contest Ely scored ten baskets from
1A E YIIthe field besides being responsible for
several more gained by his team-
mates.
RGIT/T ARE When the whistle blows. this eve-
TIP OFF MEN ning two the best teams in the West-
ern Conference today will be seen in
action and although the outcome is
s Strengthened by uncertain the dope seems to favor
aptain Rea to the Wolverines.
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men will shoot 50 -more shots. The
two men who have the best record in
the total 100 shots will be presented
with suitable engraved silver cups.
The competition is open to everyone
but varsity .4asketball men.-
KRAUSE LEADS IN
SHOOTING FOULS

fits Of Sports

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Vhen the Wolverines meet the Haw-
s in Waterman gymnasium this
ring one of the strongkst teams in
Conference will oppose Mather's
ast Monday the Wolverines won a
e contest at Iowa City and are out
o themselves even better than their
rious good showing in this eve-
i's contest. The Michigan team.
able to amass but two points in
second half of the game last Mon-
Ely, Michigan's center, who, is
ing a strong bid for All-Confer-
honors, registered the lone count-
The. game was marked by fast
throughout and at times the con-
was a little rough. One of the
arkable features of the 'fray was
close guarding of Shimek, Iowa
guard and second high scorer in
Conference, by Mike Paper. In
initial period the work of Paper
phenominal and Shimek did /not
ster a single counter.
Devine to Play
sides Shimek, Iowa boasts Au-
Devine, All-American quarter
on this year's football team. De-
is a fast, hard player who is
erous. at any place en the floor.
>lays a forward position.
rgitt, the Iowa center, is the third
mniary of the Hawkeye aggrega-
He is tall, takes the ball off the
board in nice style and is a wond-
t following up shots. As a run-
mate of 'Devine's at forward is
nan, a man of considerable exper-
a and ability. Frohwein at back
d may cause the Michigan for-
Is some trouble as he is an able
ing mate of Shimek.
Wolverines Strengthened
chigan should have a stronger
in the field than the one that
I the Hawkeyes on Monday. Cap-
Bud Rea should be in the battle
ast a part of the time and his
ence will help the team a great
In case that his arm is thought
unfit for service, Birks, who has
his shoes well on several
sons this season, will again be
in actfon.
forward Mather will use Miller
Kipke. Miller should be a large
r in the final score because of his
;y to sage baskets and handle
throws. Kipke will be on hand to

Intramurad Items
The following games in hockey will
be played today without fail, Acadia
vs. Alpha Chi Sigma, at 5:15 o'clock,
Delta Upsilon vs Theta Delta Chi at
5:45 o'clock, Psi Upsilon vs. Beta The-
ta Pi at 6:15 o'clock.
Al entries for the fraternity track
meet must be in by tonight. Fraterni-
ties are requested to send in entries
for the remaining' sports as soon as n
possible.
Members of the fresh lit hockey
team, junior lit bowling team and the
winners in the respective class se-
ries, are requested to call and leave0
their names and the sizes of their jer-
seys at the Intramural office in order
that numeral awards can be made at
once.

R. E. Krause, '24, with 19 shots out
of a possible 25 and R. L. Thompson,
15 out of 25, qualified Thursday night
in the foul shooting contest. The num-
ber who have qualified so far totals
15. Scoresf to date show Krause high
man. Appointments will be given to
try out between the hqurs of 10 and
12 o'clock Saturday morning. It is
hoped that .a large number will take
advantage 8f this opportunity. Two
years ago the contest was won by Lo-
rah, making a scoreaof83 out of a
possible '100 shots. Last year first
place went to Gilbert Jerome, who
made the total of 73.
Notre Dame Team Weakened
Injuries to Gus Desch and Monta-
gue coupled with the poor condition of
Bill Hayes, has riddled the Notre Dame
track team to such an extent that it
has been compelled to cancel all en-
tries previously announced, for the Il-
linois relays and substitute a medley
relay team.
70-Yard Record Tied
W. A. Comins, Yale, tied the world's
record of 7 1-5 seconds in the 70-yard
dash, at the New York Athletic club'
games last Saturday night. He woni
the 50 and 60 yards, by the margin of;
a foot, doing the 50 in 5 3-5 seconds,
within two-fifth's of a second of the'
world's record. I -

Coach Stagg put the Ch'ca:o track
men through time tric1 \Wenesday
in preparation for the Illinois relay
carnival. The men chosen for the mile
relay team as a result of the trials
were: Pyott, Brickman, Roberts, and
Masek. In the two mile Stagg prob-
ably will run Shorey, Carter, Bowers,
and Brickman. Kroch, Dooley, Davis,
and Spruth probably will do the run-
ning on the four mile team.
Purdue's basketball team, the cham-
pion team of the Conference, was
humbled Thursday night, when Wab-
ash defeated them by a score of 37
to 27. Purdue used reserves until the
beginning of the second half when the
lead was too large to overcome.
John Layton of Sedalia, Mo., suc-
cessfully defended his world's three
cushion billiard title by defeating Al-
fred De Oro, the Cuban challenger, at
Milwaukee, Thursday night.

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Harry Heilmann champion batter
of the American league, and President
Navin of the Detroit club, came to an
agreement Thursday, when Heilmann
contracted to stay with the club for
the coming season. He will leave
Monday for Augusta, Ga., where he
will join the rest of the team.
Wisconsin has settled down to hard
work in baseball. This week the
time is being' spent in such work as
double stealing, base running, and the
general rules of baseball. Their pro-
spects are very good, only three men
having been lost through ineligibility.
aThe first practice game will be on
April 1 with Northwestern university.

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Conrad Nagel
Edith Roberts'
Jack Mower
Theodore Roberts

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