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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN ]DAILY

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1925

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COACH MATHER'S FIVE CONFIDENT
OF VICTORY OVER CARDINAL TEAM

ICardinal Star ' 'ftIIMjftSIl .heads Badgers !uMore Than 00 Athletes Enter
MANN " : UVIIIIILIU In Illinois Relays At Urbana
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(Special to Th'le Daily) I_________--Mi(;hgan's untdefete ti ' rsity swim -
Madison, Wis.. Feb. 27.- Michigan's -__________________________TiII team gill nl(c~0t i )dijfl in a dtilm
)aske tball teaml arrived hero at 9:20j; meet this afternoon rat the Y. I[. C.
.f r A. pool. With the Hloosiers, the las
)clock thlis evening in preparation N I! f" : it Conference aggregation that the Wol-}
1' its gamie ,viol sciii tonioi'- t U I L erines meet before the Conference
-OWnigt. he ntie suadwasin ~ ~ - I hamnpionship affair Mtarchi 13 at Clii-!
~~ood~ shpan oc ~ahrepes-Q ~L I UI1lI ago, it will be Coach Mann's last op-
ued confidence upon the outcome of the ~J~~portunity to get a line on his iiavi-i
~ame ith te Baders. UP Utars under the stress of coei-
Michigan's squad will go into to- Lion..'-'y~
norroW night's battle minus one of ; ' (Ill i oi C f ( ( t ( idiial -* hl ihgn ak tri o
tsI bigs"sas "e'7herOfCrdli1 s 11'i~esses a well roundled team, having
of thle leading guards in the Conter- ;Victory ;.a capable entry in every event with
once for the past two seasons. Hie 'tepuneadth ac-dv h
Ia focdtreanbhnda n ARBEL IN LINEUP I weakest (departmednts. However, Sitid-
'ra Ret rie he.CahI.___ man has shown a rapid improvement '
vather had not decided tonight wAho, ihCpanKu e aki h of late and may developi into a }lung--
,yl~ becoelorpaete in upci'e of marked ability before the season
jured~ >to 'r but l t is expected that e- ncpM"i n msig emi vi. P t neceln!lv
hrRnikoLarewltaeheconfident of (defeating the Witconsin is vr apcnguh, a xeln l
graer)]lers who worllameetwitletWaiver->=er:during his sophomore year and a
rut.ies in Yost field hlousie tonight. ,, constant point gainer, was off form
Bloth !lichzigan and Wisconsin will Wsosnhsbe neetdti last season and still is a shade be~low
icpeae opt0cyhn noseason, holding victories over two the class of (livinig that he showed two
omrorrow's game as evidenced by theCofrneslashigondPn- k years ago. Starrett, a sophomore as-
act that Mather brought his squad to nesoa..lg:.:fom<om:aatie Pianrt in thme dive, has b)een progreus-
he scene of battle 12 hours earlier ;ire g rapid]ly, and may conmc through
hasa boueyncsayi r scores, the result of the meet tonight :,::wi.thh eee ucht creiYh
le ogv hmago ih' etshould he close.wihteneepuctosrente
le ogv hm; odngt et Baker, the Wolverine undefeated ' Conference nmeet. Both Papenguth I
flywigh, iscouted n t -wi atand Starrett should place against In-I
eoetegm.Mawlsme flyeihtdeisiocomiedaonto whinsat iana.
iillt asotemreadto putnorth a4-desi- lesta ;csin.v.:.a.oihoisCaptain Kerr is steppling off the 1501
cra tehateMpthgatooenget ex-1pve-eslated1 to represent the Badgers. Kam-
br htMcia to tisepn e l w ill nieet either Phelps or Hlass,(":.;."::;<::;: ad backstroke in phenomenal time, t
a.1atAnAbrand wihtera slhould give either a close battle. s::::;:::.::: : nd to beat him, Moore of Indiana
onecrowdt behzind them they are a- aie
*rdtgieteWleieagodI~als who has been filling the 145! . 'Awill probalbly have to b~reak the Con- c
attic. All cif the Wisconsin stars.' pound class 911 season, will wrestle Iforence record in this event. Kerr hasj
rq~ odsaeadwt hryIin the lightweight class against ; not been defeated this season, andt
ut inof th ae forMichignChe weteriyh 2 pudcas o oy any rgtfrar fteholds a record over Gilbreadth Of Wis-
ardinaoforwe ardsforwiheanbetheErest'ugledin ortheeler. Simp clso n-o Wisconsin basketball teams will lie !cousin in this race. Halsted is only
chance at the Michigan basket than day n aight against Illinois, will be closely watched by the Wolverines(asaeudrKrradsol ~
heyhadearierin he easn. shifted to the 145 pound division. tin the game scheduled at Madison to- factor in the Indiana and Conference
Michigan's lineup for tonight's oItnr atii fteCrdnlta night. -Varney has been a consistent mes
1a rw h sigmn ofl h Whittingliam will hook up with
aine will probably be composed of -rwnteasgnett fl h scorer on the Badger five throughout stf+poiin vinh et
145 pound class for Wisconsin. Fthemseason, andoranisnashonehofmthe
aptain Haggerty ad dChambersi icar h wete 8mn the es owaln thesasone fr he ieber and Burklhalter of the Indi-
rihete anc rLnr o in the Illinois meet, will be opposed ______________ __________an a squad. The Michigan swiminer f
vteihrRsikoLadefrhsby Chadia in thme 158 pound class, is f -vored over his Hoosier opponents.
iartner at the guards. Reason, Kuen- joc eog -ithokwilsnlon vs. TIfa silon Phi; Phi Beta Myra~ \ilie losada
el, and Ginn will also be on the side- , Delta vs. Alpha Clii Rho; Phi Sigmna outsidle chance.I
nes for Michigan as substitutes. i plees in to face Preston in thie light-hevwih ot Kappa vs5. Alpha Kappa Lamblda. 8 :30it Either Samson or Gow stand at
leamiwell will p~rob~ably start Merkel jevwih ot I o'clock: Theta Chi vs. Alpha Tan chance to cop in the 40 yardR dash,r
nd Vrneyat te foward, Miler Goldstein, time Michigan heavyweightjOea h uDlav.KpaN; hl asni lgtyfvrdi
.notVarey t te fowars, illr jwho thrmew his opp~onent in 46 seconds O iga; h Delta vs. BeapTheai. :t hie 10Sardsent.sslhlysoredvii als
Lt center, and Captain Diebold and M4onday night should have little troub- h im et s eaVhtTl.!te10yr eet ono ilas
arwig at the guards, the samle ciihlc' witli Stipiek, the Bad~ger heavy- 9 :15 o'clock: Sigma Alpha Mu vs. ( swiml in the century. 1)unnakin andz
ination which fell before Purdue wegh Sigma Clhi.! Samson are consistent men in the 220i
londay nigt.eiht. Class A. 7 o'clock: Pi Kapp~a Alphayadfestlanshudcrz iul
Directly after the ganme with the _______ ____________ vs. Alpha Tau Omega. in a cmreitable nianner.
adgers tomorrow night the Michigan ,1 I IndhependIent. 9:15 o'clock: 636 vs.I The meet is scheduled to start at n il et an f r B o m n t n lt h rfli.4 ocok
ndiana, whe re the Hoosiers will be -- Interclass League. 9:15 o'clock:l
let Monday night. The Michigan sea- Architects vs. Junior Laws.
oi will close a 'Week from tomorrow - ___ ___
Jght in a game with the Maroons at - I Chicago, Feb. 27-r ie-reien-Pea)se Alitori un l, YpiIanti, 1
n ieIrsdn-n Ar'bor unless arrangements can ; TOLLEY BALL elect Charles G. Dawes announced(
made to plat off the Purdue game, The schedule for the imterfraternity last night thie selection of P. Ros'I A T
ancelled because of the death of 1 volley ball tournament now in pro- I lBartley, imember of the Wlashingtont
'residlent Burton, two week's ago. gross is as follows: Monday, M~archi staff of;fll( As, ofoiatcd 1's ss, as5 his ! iii1gT
-- 2, 7 o'clock : Gamima Sigmna vs. Delta secr'etark.- In
i it v.Alpha Sigma Phi ; Delta Sigma lmPrSA IIN !I eoi(eui!k
; s. Delta Alpha E'psilon. 8:30 o'clock- enBedtk
n 1 ILL19HnO 1 J[1Phi Mu Alpha vs. Phi Kappa Tau; I
O1l TIL~l heta Xi vs. Phi Pi. 9:15 o'clock; 1 Ohio s.,.~sFifth Pro ram n _11Noi'iail 'oicef t
--Sigma Phi Epsiloni vs. Delta Tau Up '1 1ii '4 1 br
Enitries are being taken at the desk; silon; Phi Canlnna Delta vs. Delta Taun - drii i.7

(ecaIto The Daily)E most Po~ular event aim the card last
liziInpaiga -vrhana, Ill., Feb. 27.-': year, will undoubtedly be equally ill-
Allfiorerc~oi u for (entrlies in tihe i teresting this year inasmuch as the
1Ilinois ltelavs have been broken as Cchlampion. from 1924' and the 'recordl
r " , thIani704 i at hietes fromiwore!'Cholder will 1both be back to defendl
O - ii) 011015airait thle opening at them, while Reinke of Michigan who
tip ci;ii lth Ii ta i il event toniomrov hoIlsa the Big Ten recordI, will also
a .o ( iOl t. the .A rmory here. lbe entei-e 1.. Pratt of Kansas, Master-
lot el-o- i sed i-t l 11011t he ape- I SOn of Notrme lDame, Brandes of izljnc-
cia! 'Vl ts 1?'ICl. ,ill!be 1.1111 off to- Isota.,Martin of Northwestern; Vally
-o-, g1i.c] lowilig t llc plliiini- of( Wisconsimi, and Miehei' of -Illinois
o ' Pmihea terimooil. Tbhe 15F00 ine- wvililhelp to comnprise a field which
osi-', witht 47 cmtri- , ,will prove will putsh the leaders throughout the
to ' eoi ,the best ev ont s oifil te;race.
c; II, 't' eo ril for thle rice was Schwar'ze of Wisconsin and Etter
rcf tit 4 : CS 2-- by Browni. of~ Minne 01of Missouri will put on great duel
so a jus yca buht it is extrmiely in the shot put, and everything points
lVliiuc i~e liithe mark will fall un- to 'a nmiv record in time event. Etter
ttl : flme assault of such gunmners as! won the strong-arma test last year at
ifailey of Pennisylvaniai, Vahiely of; the Relays, while SchWarze has been
I W ~cnei, Ai iolecr and Ponzer of 11- heaving the 'ball close to 47 feet in
I-ailsz, 'itt enge r of Missouri, Piper) uractice. The Carnival -recordI is 44
{t (fhfIc StateSliinek of Marquette. feet, 1-4 inch, set by Cross of Michigan'
SSullivan of (ieorgetowvn and Windlland: in 1917.
i' Notrie Dame.. Brooker of Michigan, will not have

'Ph le l1000 Yard race, probablly time
it! -ir fBi Ten tecams will have to
XV it in iei a\Cktime pract ices willIbe
livenied up whten the a ssistant coaches
1 er,! Jz and Br-ader will he on hand.

things his' own way in th-e' pole vault
in suite of thme fact that Doani Drownm-
eli of Illinois, his traditional rival.
w ~ill not be on hand. McKeown . of
jKansas State Teachers' college will
force time Michigan athlete to the, limx-
it, as well as several other stars.,

Capta in -Diebold, ri gt guarId of
Coachl Meanwell's five, will lead the
Badgers into battle tonight; ago inst j
thle Wolverines. D iebol i 1 slayod a I
briilliant floor- falt ckiiithe game Play-
ed. with M iehigi arii ost field heirs e
anid is Counlted oin by Wisconisinfan
to keep the M-ichigan forwards closelyI
guarded.
Little ,PIssues
Call For Grid
MenAt adiso
\hladison, Wins., oh XX m.it or toot-I
ball wit h 35 menialt for practice ii-
tiates its seconid year at Wisconsin,
with 1tle ne w atliletd di rec:tor, George
Lit the, im char ,e. lustoend of permit-
tina the(ilent i-e i'CMIoi)sib il ityto. rest
up)on hits5 shoulders, Little is (tefoer-
iiiinedl to iiialie overyoneo work for a
beCtter football train~ at thle Badger
school next fall1.Ise expressed himii-
self today inl the first session.- when i
lie uttered : "If we sweat now, the
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in the union billiard rooni for the an-I
mmal billiard tournament held there
wvhichm will start March 3. Any Union
ininiber is eligible to enter the tourna-
ment, the names being taken by thed
attemidants in the billiard room. Thel
entry fee is %1.1
There will be competition in straight;I
rail andl three cushioii billiards, either
or 1)011 of which events iiay lie enter-
ed: Suitable prizes will be awarded
the winners of time tournament, the
first iprize probabhy to be a billiard
cue, engravedl with the naime of time
winner. Entries close today and it is'
urged that all men who intend to par-
ticipate in the tournament hand in
their names as soon as 'possible.

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7 o'clock: Phi Lanibda Kapp~a vs.s
Chi; PIDelta Epsilon vs. Alplia
Chii. 7:4-5 o'clock: Delta Upsi-

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