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Cunningham High Scorer With
I 1nts; Logan of Indiana
Harold Cunningham, Ohio Sta
whirlwind center is the scoring ch
Vion of the Conference basketball s
son according to the latest list
high scores compiled, having tot
75 points so far this season. Lo
of Indiana is second with 73 pol
wile Nyikos, also of Indiana until
eligibility banned him from furt
competition, gahered 66 counters
hIsg team during his short perid
Eklund, Racey, and Pesek, all
Mininesota r~ank in the next th
places while Miner, star right forw
ot the Buckeye team ranks num
seven. Haggerty is the highest
o0 the Wolevrine five rating num
sixteen before the Minnesota ga
night before last.
The players who have scored
bh Big Ten this year follow:
Baskets F.T. T
Cunningham, Ohio State.26 23
Logan, Indiana:.........29 15
*yikos, Indiana ......28 10
,fcklund, Minnesota . ...22 17
kacey, Minnesota......22 16
Pesek, Minnesota.,....266
*Jner, Ohio State.....18 1
Tnse, Iowa..........18 16
Robins, Purdue...... ..19 13
Barnes, Chicago .......13 23
ponsler,CIndiana ......19 10
lDikson, Chicago .......22 0
Alyea, Chicago ........20 2
ullflion, Purdue ... .....17 6
E~agerty, Michigan,.....17 6
libson, Wisconsin. .....14 8
Stilwell, Illinois.. ....14 5
ghaw, Ohio State .......15 3
Lorber, Indiana.......12 7
Potter, Illinois........13 4
Kipke, Michigan .......11 4
Laude, Iowa...........9 7
3lson, Minnesota......11 3
graham, N. U............8 7
Funk, Iowa ..........7 5
Varney, Wisconsin ...... 5 8
Stegman, N. U.. ........8 1
Diebold, Wisconsin .....7 2
['avis, :Purdue..........6 3
{eppes, N. U. ..........3 8
Parker, Indiana........ 3 8
Weiss, Chicago .......5 4
Therry , Michigan...3 8
Deng, Michigan .........5 3
Parker, Illinois........5 3
Popken, Illinois.........4 4
Aauer, Ill9ois .......... 4 3
{icks, Iowa..... ....4 3
M-lsom, Wisconsin....... 3 4
MsLennan, N. U........3 4
3arwig, Wisconsin ...... 5 0
Duggan, Chicago.......3 3
Schick, Iowa...........3 3
Cameron, Ohio State .... 4 1
9midl, Chicago .........3 1
gathefs, N. U. ........3 0
Iensen, Iowa ...........2 2
Seiffer, Ohio State ...... 2 1
-offman, N. U. ........1 3
loettger, Illnois,.........1 2
5pooner, Wisconsin...... 2 0
rohnson, N. U......... 1 2
Knoy, Indiana .........1 1
Vellman, Purdue.......0 3
Wheeler, Minnesota e.... 1 0
Saton, owa .......... 0 2
inces, Indiana.........1 0
Wirks, Michigan.........1 0
Doyle, Michigan....... 0 2
;hristman N. U.........0 2
UcElwain, N. U..........0 2
3ritton, Illinois. .....1 0
Plummer, Illinois......1 0
4,atusoff, Ohio State .... 1 0
parks, Purdue ........1 0
'heobald, Purdue .......1 0
klvard, Illinois .........0 1
Ape, Illinois..........0 1
Adberg,'Minnesota......0 1
)uader, .Minesota .. ...0 1

Many entries were accepted for the Two meets have been added to the1
7 annual indoor track meets for the fra- Michigan track schedule for the com-
ternity and class teams yesterday at
the Intramural office. The amount of ing season according to an announce-
promising yearling material which has ment made by the Athletic Office yes-
signed up for the events as well as a terday afternoon. The last meet of
host of men who are not on the Var- the indoor season to be entered by
IST sity squad insures the officials in the Michigan team will be an inter-'
c g tscholastic carnival at the Cleveland
charge that a recortbreaking meet Athletic Club on April 12. In this
te's will be held this winter. meet a number of relays will be run
am- All men who enter are instructed to by some of the strongest college teams
lea- put downtheir address and class as in the country. Michigan will be rep-
of well as their name when enrolling, resented by a two mile relay team
ofad te fraternity athletes are request- and will probably compete against
led ed to signify what organization they Yale, Princeton, Syracuse, and NotreI
gan will repr'esent. Dame, although other teams from the
nts Following are the events in which middle west may be entered.
in- men will be allowed to compete: 50 The outdoor season will begin when
her yard dash, low hurdles, high hurdles, the Wolverines will be represented
half mile run, 440 yard dash, mile run by several membrs of the squad at
for high jump, and broad jump. The dead- the Ohio State Relays, held fr the?
of line has not been set for closing the first time this year at Columbus, AprilI
entries, nor has the dates for the pre 19.
of liminaries and finals been selected as
ree yet, but all athletes who will partic- Delta Theta vs. Alpha Chi Sigma, 9:15
ard ipate are urged to get in condition as o'clock, Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs. Delta
ber rapidly as possible as the competition Tau Upsilon Phi Gamma Delta vs. Phi
nan is going to be stiff, according to all Kappa Psi, Sigma Club vs. Delta Alpha
Le I)resent indications. Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Kappa vs. Sig-
me ___ma Delta Kappa.
in The long looked for announcement Seven o'clock, Thursday night, Phi
to the devotees of the sports of the Mu Alpha vs. Phi Delta Epsilon, PhiT
ice has been released at last and says Beta Delta vs. Delta Sigma Delta,
t, that the class hockey schedule will Delta Theta Phi vs. Phi Epsilon P,l
75 start at 6:30 o'clock, Friday night, at Peers vs. Tau Delta Phi, 7:45 o'clock,
73 Wineberg's coliseum. At the same (freshmen groups) group 1 vs. group1
66 time it has also been announced that 7, group 3 vs. group 9, group 2 vs.t
60 fraternity hockey has been dropped be- group 8, group 4 vs. group 10, 8:30]
58 cause of the unertainess of the cold o'clock, (class teams) senior litse
54 weather. (Crawford) vs. education, soph litsr
52 Teams entered in this division of the vs. soph medics, soph engineers vs
51 Intramural department's winter pro- upper dents, 9:15 o'clock,, (independ-
49 gram can secure practice privileges ent teams) Detroit Junior College vs.
48 at the coliseum by calling 2268 and Fletcher Hall, Olds House vs. Sagi-
44 having the ice reserved for them. All mnaw-Bay City club, Phi Elks vs. For-
42 practices must be held between 6:30 man house, Barnes All Stars vs. Gobs.
40 and 8 o'clock, tomorrow night. Seven o'clock, Friday night, Chi Phi
40 The opening rounds of the tourna- vs. Trigon, Sigma Alpha Mu vs. Kappa
30 ment will be held as follows: 6:30 Sigma, Theta Xi vs. Cygnus, Kappa
33 o'clock, Friday night,, fresh engineers Nu vs. Sigma Chi, 7:45 o'clock, Alpha
33 vs. fresh lit; 7 o'clock, junior engin- Delta Phi vs. Theta Delta Chi, Alpha
31 eers vs. architects; 7:30 o'clock, soph Chi Rho vs. Phi Chi, Delta Chi vs.
40 engineers vs. senior lits; 6:30 o'clock, Xi Psi Phi, Nu Sigma Nu vs. Phi Pi
26 Saturday night, junior lits vs. senior 8:30 o'clock, Sigma Phi Epsilon vs.
25 engineers; 7 o'clock, winner of fresh Alpha Tau Omega, Zeta Beta Tau vs
25 engineer-fresh lit game vs. winner of f Delta Sigma Pi, Phi Beta Delta vs
23 junior engineer-architect game. Psi Omega, Delta Sigma Delta vs. Tau
19 Epsilon Pi, 9:15 o'clock, Psi Upsilon
18 All matches in the present round vs. Phi Epsilon Pi, Peers vs. Tau Del-
17 of the all-campus handball tourna- ta Phi.
16 ments, singles and doubles, must be
played off by 5 o'clock, tomorrow aft- Bowling for the fraternity teams -en-
14 ernoon. tered in the Western Conference bowl-
Schedule follows: Baer, 751W, vs. ing tournament will be resumed to-
Neidleman 2044R, Adams, 1485J, vs. morrow. The schedule will appear in
13 Scarnechia, 1528R, Hoffman, 3104, vs. tomorrow's Daily.
13 Langlois, 1328W. In the doubles di-
12 vision the following teams are yet to The managers of the 'different in-
11 meet: Reilley-Bowers, 802J, vs. Segal- dependent basketball teams which are
31 Baer, 751W, Rockwell-Scarnechia, vs. figuring in this winter's independent
10 Fronzack-Kline, 1366. basketball league can be reached on
10 - the following telephones: League 1,
10 The balance of the basketball seas- Detroit Junior college, Beattie, 609;
9 on for the majority of the teams in the Fletcher hall, Memmier, 1271W; Olds
9 fraternity leagues will be completed house, Gates and Rockwell, 1597J;
9 this week in the three days schedule 'Saginaw-Bay City club, Schieb, 1920J;
7 which follows: 7 o'clock, tonight, Aca- Toledoans, Tanloff, 1420J; League 2,
6 cia vs. Pi Kappa Alpha, Richard Club Phi Elks, Harllick, 1153W; Forman
6 vs. Trigon, Chi Phi vs. Hermitage, house, 1226W; Barnes All Stars,
5 Theta Xi vs. Alpha Rho Chi, 7:45 Barne, 1420J; Gobs, Neidelman,
5 o'clock, Alpha Delta Phi vs. Kappa Nu, 2044R; Black and Blue, Aidusse, 143J;
4 Delta Chi vs. Lambda Chi Alpha, Xi League 3, Detroit, Richards, 2878R,
4 Psi Phi vs. Sigma PfAi, Alpha Tau Hall Room Boys, Colangelo, 1686R,
4 Omega vs. Phi Pi, 8:30 o'clock, Delta Agony Five, Anderson, 354J; Harmon-
3 Sigma Pi vs. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha ies, McKelvee, 2595R.
3 Sigma Phi vs. Phi Rho Sigma, Phi----
2 Kappa Tau vs. Delta Tau Delta, Phi Patronize The Daily Advertisers.

Puck Chasers Prepare For
Series With Badger Squad
Going through a spirited practice proved himself to be a sterling per-
last night, Coach Barss' hockey squad former, although this is his first year
on the Michigan team. Captain Kahn
showed no ill effects of their trip to and Peterman are veterans on the de- Daily Practic
Notre Dame last weex end. fense, and have made it hard for the Bein
A number of the men are nursing opposition to get a clear shot at the
bruises and scratches as a result of Michigan goal.
the rough game with the Irish Satur- Although "Clayt" Henderson and STl'iYKEJL LI
day afternoon, but there are no ser- "Andy" Anderson are lost to the team 1 RLER;
ious injuries to bar the team from by graduation at the end of the first
work in preparation for the Wisconsin semester, the new term has not Battery pra
and Minnesota trips in the immediate brought misfortune to the ranks of b ball te
future. the puck-chasers in the form of schol- base allotea
Leave Tomorrow astic difficulties. All the men who house and Co
Ten men will comprise the squad played during the first semester are spending the
which leaves tomorrow afternoon for eligible, and several men are back
the Badger lair where the Wisconsin 1 who were unable to compete earlier mm
sextet will attempt to trip up the Wol- 'Shorty" Lindstrom, who played on out of their a
verines in two games on Friday and last year's team is again eligible and Although as
Ihas been tdisc
Saturday. Coach Barss has not as yet is out for practice. Lindstrom is a didat sfo
definitely decided who will make up center of -ability, and his presence will believes that
the Michigan representation, but will help to solve the problem which pre-
rake his selection tonight after prac- sent t itself when Henderson gradu- come around
opening game
Lice. The only men who are sure of ated. The departure of "Clayt" left p Stryke
being on the trip are Captain Kahn Parss with only Reynolds to hold down year' squyk,
and Peterman defenses, Beresford the pivOt positioi. !n case of injury year s squad,
,,poi.io . pitching and
wing, Reynolds center, and Weitzel to "Pep", Lindstrom will now be avail- uniform he h
goal. These men are all veteran per- able. Dan McQuirk is also eligible for enough to de
forraers who have started every game 4 Continued on Page Eight) box squad.
so far this season. games last ye
Weitzel has been playing regularly - - able for this
for the first time this year, and hi' BOWLING pitchers who
work has been of an excellent char- _____pitchem,.Reio
acter. In the Notre Dame game he gamRe
ae In thmer NotreDmeae sts All students who intend to try- Jabonelski, a
which cut off what looked like sure out for the informal University men go throu
points for the Catholics. Beresford is bowling team should report at ternoon at th
a letter man from last year, and has 3 o'clock this afternoon, at the critical eyesc
looked well in all the games so far Union, prepared to roll their on them will
this year. He shot both of the goals trial scores. igan's hurling
in Saturday's tilt, by virtue of working CLIFFORD YEAKEY, Ri
in with combinations. "Pep" Rey- Manager. Captain Jac
nolds, the flashy Wolverine center has most of the

Freshman track practice will
he held every afternoon In the '
Yost field house.
Freshman Coach.
g Held in Field
I OUs'e
--- Ithe Iowa football game, still bothers
)O(S BEST AMO him somewhat and he is still unable
SWANSON INELIOIBLE: to do any extensive running. The
trainers are confident however of
actic for the Varsity having Jack in shape for the open-
i has been in progress
week at thte Yost field ig game.
ach Fisher has his men The ineligibility of "Rod" Cherry is
ir time in preliminary a serious loss to the catching staff
and in getting the kinks since Fisher had hopes of using him
rms. on the squad. Cherry caught for the
yet no outstanding star Freshman squad last year and it was
covered in the ranks of thougtt that he could be developed in-
r pitcher Coachn isher to good Varsity material. Lnst year's
his hurling staff will yearling team however contributed a
ip fair shape before the catcher in Baker who although rather
of the year. Fisher ex- small for a backstop is expected to
, a veteran from last be of value to the team. "Swede"
to handle tne bulk of the Swanson, second-string Varsity of last
from the men now in year is almost certain to be unavail-
opes, to find material able due to scholastic difficulties.
velop into a competent Swanson ranked next to Blott among
Benson got into several I last year's catchers and his loss will
ar and he will be avail- be felt by the team.
season's squad. Other Plant Spring Trip
show promise are Gil-1 On April 11, with the beginning of
nart, McGregor, Thorne; the spring holidays, Fisher will take
and Hildebrand. These his squad on the next annual train-
gh their paces every af- ing trip. During this trip the team
e field house under the will play six games. April 12 Ken-
of Coach Fisher and up- tucky will furnish the opposition; on
fall the burden of Mich- the 14 and 15 there will be two games
.I with the University of Georgia; on
ott to Catch the 16 the team plays Auburn; the 17
k Blott will probably do is as yet open; the 18 Mississippi A.
Varsity catching. Blott's and M. will be Michigan's opponents;
the-bat work and his and the last game on the 19 will be
ng made4 him one of the against Cincinatti.
in Conference baseball Candidates for fielding positions will
ear. His leg, broken in possibly be called out late next week.

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All men who have not had a chance
compete for the informal University
wling team should come at 3 o'clock
s afternoon to the Union.
Winter football practice will
be resumed at 4 o'clock today in
the Yost field house. All foot-
ball candidates not participating I
in baseball, basketball, or track
are requested to report.
Assistant Coach.

--aI aan
---Has any use at all
---For a new suit
-- Or overcoat
--The thin to do is
---To buy one of
--These at $28:50.
---Hart Schaffner &
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candidates for assistant
3all managers will report



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