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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MARCH .1, 1927)

PAGE SIX \VHI)NESDAY, MARCh 4, 11925

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REST ATE9TI
Wolverines to C'lose Basket Seasom
illCamne 'Willa iicago
:Here Satuirday
CHERRY TO PLAY
Coach I\4ather's Y rit at V 1) lia ll
squadl ret urned yesterd~iy after-
noon from Blloomiing-ton, Inci., where
the 'Wolverines were deteated .51-3
by the IndIianla five Mon lay night.
The squa(d didl not. work out yest er-
(Thy but was given a one-dlay rest. The
men~f will esuni practice tonight for
the gamnewt h Chicago Saturday night
at the field Ihzuse.
Monday night's, contest found thle
'Wolverines playing a goodl offensive.
game, but their defense was unable
t o c-ope with the rushes of Logan and
Kr iueger, tile Indiana forwardIs who
between them accounted for 32 of
their te(aml's 1points5. Capt ain George
I la:ggert y was in good form, sinking
six ,field goals a'-ilIthree free fouls
for a total of 15 points. Ed Chambers4
was second to Haggerty, with seven
points. rThe (efeat reduicedl 1\icli-
gan',., average to .500, making a total
of five 4ini5 and(1losses. Ind~ianaa
climbed into secondl plac as a re'-
sult. of th^ game, displacing the 1111-
nois teaml, which was trinined by
Purdue the same night.
The coining tilt with C hicago will
close the Wolverine schedule for this
season, and Mather's. five should chalk
up a victory o'ver the weak Midway
five as a climax to the season. The '

ON® State Five
Increases Lead
In Big Ten Race
' xzt rsa ~r a~nw :

meToCoe[IE TN"KMEN DRILL wrestling Season WLERNSTIE
FRAGEMEE \1r ii~g;aM GOPHER PUCK 1EN
zcaling ere te University
('cactil 31 fil tcE lrSti'o rslr in a 17-6 de- '~Ai i h '

Baseball Tryouts
Practice Slidingl
NWith his squad of baseball caudi-
dates greatly reducedl by the second
cut. Coach Fisher has inaugi-rated
slid ixn pract ices as a dIail y teatunreoi'

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TOLLEY BALL
The volley ball schedule

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. . .. l o a , j t n o, 1)1o n 1 J 1 Ie ln da H le n a v i , ," ^ 'e t i l e t W t i g 2 3 1- e t I ~ t at h e p r a c t i c e s e s s i o n s .ni n h'l t . i s a s f o l l o w s : a t 7 0 0 o 'c l o c k
11'ent i )Iett.i itie hopes of mnaking a favorable show - g 2 Piieiod Ja k Bltxak stran kl, c
;)nstteI .910 rle~*n gis h trn nin en e'ti Jakllt ae h ukescn- Delta upsilon vs. Phi Sigma Delta;
C, ,aua 3f 7s" :diih -ees Coach 1arkr's squad- didats, who have been provided with Phi Kappa vs. Alpha Sigma Phi. At
MOONiiiuest GORY NOT TO SWIMe the final mrtet on the ichigan card;R Y O D T R sliding pads ovr in one corner of 745, Theta Chi vs. Alpha Chi Rho;
1titit: 1),G :l i -- scheduled for Sat urday night in Yost te basketball foor, where they take KpaN s h et ht.A
fiel hose.of Mchir spiked shoes; and learn how S.:0, Phi Mu Delta vs. Phi eta Delta;
riish,.a >" J IWith the Al. A. C. meet scheduledfildhIue.ofApa DlaPiv.PiCmlaDl
1 I'4tI ~ ~I frq n h ofrneme h Indiana teaml is probambly the Secial To The Daily) to Slide oin a bag This 1)phaselaehivsoPifama el
tlotc tra. :) 1P :4 1 fo aturday adteCneec etsirongest imat agregation in the Con- Minneapolis, Min.. arch 3.-Coach practice Till continue until the as- ita. At 9:15, PI'M u Alpha vs. Tu
Icrait, ; 11o0 1the following week, Coach Manni sent ° J,' psilonPi(im)u s liIab
ference. possessing practically the iverson s Gopher hockey team ws, ktl.,. floor is rme. e. and everynPh;SgaNvsPiLmb
A (1 Ih it'tein 8 7 ~0t hi sh adsf wimersthrugoan swimhattirsilithsroruhehattite heldtoa toti lst1-t1 ttmaionthessud illighive hsyd Kapa
1} i:1'tti .1 n+, other strenuous drill at the Y. M. C. lsttht ielli*os orthfmt she are (on t.esudwl egie i Kpa
ast season. In the tar meets held' hir t
ti~ laicago 1] . .pool. ti esnteHoieshv otbtuivesiy o ihgnsexte inwht ectaesaesilt
i i esnteHoir hv otbtMcia n h acesaesilte main'iB~~( TAI
The relay team received a greatw.h othetr.ficas.emoltebs nerolgaeofCahIilrr ~i i The schedule for tonight is as
- I ______tVo m t h s. i he N rh w s e n hockey contest wit hin their iem o ucs. pesrc ) o C ucl[t di r. tat i ,thisof hi tim ed s adue s eeoth In iraaeatioc:ehe foollowsi le at:hi Classut t p acLeagueos: Gla satLe g7:00:704
Ait.ru:2h at1.ipresenlt the Oioprobable before the Conference meet. sedo 30soe y'poetn'Teierasi xeln dtc;conditions to tell te. full capal~iities !Llta Sigma Mi vs. Alpha Kappa
tet I9 a c tiif L' Ire1 n loomns il li- t e ,Jaek (G ew w llr ill n t swim against M . two m atches the Purple. w ere given (8 n t r o hocr enfeie , b te lr c s o s u h s l h d a b a h et p i o s h
1925 '~onve nce title holder, the A. C. as the Coach believecs a little ;two bouts n falls, changing the score opa desprelytoge the curnts lis1b1) yIapa r o ihypesn ot~ li lh h h s et a
i't~nv i sj" by 110 means1 sure of rest will do his injuredl limb a world !to 23-10. coach. The most glaring fault of the Epsilon. Interlass league at 7:45:
te cairisi of good. Cow's absence from tile re-1 ~mtfiswr ie capturing the first gam.. At the endi ohLtvsSeor isj enr
c~temp~o~~o ~P ; Wolveine of a(Ieegie f the regular time limit the score i eeives is thir inability to hit. phitvsSeor is; enr
i ii; u ~ z., have i\wrgaimles re- ilay (quartet will give Coach Mann an 1surprise when Goldstein, thle star ws ida lte~emsllae .Coach Fisher is eagerly waiting for Iaws vs. Soph Engineers; Froh it
unainmag n t heir schedule, one with 'oppotunlity to try out some of his 'heavyweight of the Maize adBu wte, and thlieeamisIpfatele ha set hil ,v on s uirLt A :4 oe
Indiiaa of Ill aoniingi (in and the othI- other candidates for tihe job. iteam was thrown by Stipek of 'Wi- utes"overireywitnorepordecisir.thotihLents vs. Fnoh haws; School of Ed-
er with Xisi.onsiiiatoColumbus. ('apt ainKerr will not try out for 11cosin in 2 nmintes and 17 seconds. was a were to strong eand neitic ing taatiiond"s.'Seriyr(Medire;lJrtiforMth
Shofeld toi nervAdv'nc epo havectiivsSeorMds;JnrM-
Shoal I ten Tin both of these con- the relay as he wishes to conseirve all ,This is tie second( time that tile ich- asa l opec h opposing lne-cachinill) Adtoc dies vs. Senior Engineers. At 3:1:
po'.e llup .. consistently. ie a slugger, and if ht esutoI
tests thy will he unisputed c'hant-I of his pue for the csroe race,1 igan heavyweight has been defeated xettinhill behedan Soph PIlarmics vs..Junior Enginers;
ioa:.. llowver the hoosier aggie- so that iPapenguith may be transferred losing to Rslon in the Ohio Statei Reynolds was the star for the Mic- epettinpperii 0 lau aDlents vs. Aturials; Frsh En-
gal ion is Ting; stirong .of late having' fromn the fancy (ive to the relay or lie in all overtime match. Goldstein will igan team), andl the out staningi~ per I iioglders abovetiueotoercatahwrs
defat ed }Illinois last We n icIjelmay patiipae nloth.If Pp'me iet a strong opponent in Fisher.Ithe former of tie entire (cotest.1He('ws rll of the baseball caidi~ates ael
e uul1d~iilaei ~. d.J'lto l f'1Inifa patcn rglrywihteece) ,EIIA ~OP
igan :Monday ]ight. Oio is llactic- gurth is taken out of the dive, Ohi- heavywxeight fashoftheHooie tea1m rlin nte fes n itcin01 reguiry awithplthe eoge- p FRElStHron RoUhePeiinre
allyooflagr n hon.Gore Th siie of tiflilg tile.Wisconsin 'pliant will supplant him as Starrett's jBaer. tle Michigan flyweight, has itigable in checking tie Gopher ataick. mgemt a[tesa trlbaea e 'lsmeoubaofketbalimnawie
tiss1 at)ami d if this (loesocupteyartner. ja clean record thus far this season, hspkofekngpoin lenil as etyrsea eson ar11 wll foraa ewentebsetaltam ilb
.isdl)es' occcurlgtpeyi:gsl'e I o Isi eaon ndwilreport llyefhsovnngircal o
-01 ill still have al unispu1151lted (claimiiui in the A. A. C. mleet, Samson will 118vin~g 'Al deicisions in all of is;embarrasing to the \Iinueota team.. baealalaoysle smeivenedayhis evigiouslyanoef
to the title. igive upl)the 220 yard race as Dune-mia tches. Elei'laid has proven a Lindstro0111at ting amd Weitzel at goal on luesdayball deviouily.aisoan oed
Illino is' tiniile from the lead last kin is capable of holding Ihis own iIpoint earner for the Hoosiers all sea- 81lso played fine hockey for the visit- hu is',who wasuinlipiIl as ,ea, j Aftethefnaswin epofatedto
week as no great surtprise, as to 1that thlat event, anld will take Gow's place son, and will force the 'Wolverine star (ors. wi wsiiibe o eilat, 1spes,n wenthe innschduefortesdwy
time( they bad ilayed bt, Iogie in thje 40. Samson will, also swiml on to the utmlost in an effort to gain a The sec(od gane of the series, the rwatibltopyathersnt leagues. Teshdl o usa
>Wyt~l hm n h were with( the l relay quartet andl in the hundreddIe(cislion. IBaker' is te oly sophi- I one which will decide thle ConferenceI because of illness. nigt is as follows: At :30 o'clock in
NoritIwetrn and Chicago, the tail- Johnson will be his patner in the 401I omore on the nieat team. camponsill. will be played t onight Wtra(yiGou1,v.Con
ar feestlewhleI'-eguh ay Captain Kabelregi is' ___ - -- - - Foblc ;i hreakrdig1;Gop7v. Cop5 ru s
cneiem'sThme uckers have two i10'0a'e lfe syewhl;apsueI a aso' ombe thega ine(us last esolto--b-- FotbalcylgthebardinGri4 oul0.F7nvswilroup,5; chrouledvs
<oiitst s i'eminingo hi ceuesubstitute in thle century. sao',omi h icni ic XC.am adt e~sil otewa'isGop6 ill ilb ceue
Theeiilghenonhaeupinheiraninschedule.esiy oerhisop 0Raduthe W ant AdS of a new' aifiial leg which contais on March i anl ll1)e published in
One with Purdue. who defeatedl them T eewl enoslkuli heerigadoinlesl vr i 1-'eiy two springs, a few (as
M'*rn oo ,,iiI i ~ nMr,,, br'eaststronke or backstroke racoies. Krbasasl:endanicpsd.

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only -victory Scored by Chicago allI xf onlaiy Iit41l t, r'u mitig 1 lI-i into ) 1111111"'--ua' --"urc- '*'-Luc n- --'n-'a'-- - -
seaonli'~yeerwasat ichgans Pat' 0.1(1iliot~el'wit Wiconin 't Whittingham and Kemrr are the blest ;throughout; the season with an injured
seasoiohweveh, wa at MichgtneirI respectiveotdepartments.onsn aty- ankale, but has recovered sufficiently to
expense. I aisn Soldte win bot tese l' be ;able to r'eturn to the lineup.
Red hery wll robaly e bck ccntess axl hetooes boethio1er'w ill be 'Wlittingham's teanm-miate ' icarwnhsscn oto h
RedChery vii prbally )0 ~ac (Stein tei lst goosestdeetoiowhile Halsted w~ill be lMichigan's se(lc-wn lS eon ou fih
in the lineup for the tilt, adding; con- SttInterlstgmteetoseason in the Wisconsin meet in an
siderable strength to tile Wolverines, teamis w~ill enid in a tie for second Sidlhceopintelakrk.
1)0th i) attac 811(1 lefense Cherrys phiet. Siedman and Allen will plunge for ovrilith TeMcia 5
bothin atackand efene. Cerryboys aC!- ( oundter won his first mlatch in tile
guardimng ' efliciemlcy, together w ',itih his !Thten again if' Ohio State drops both i the Varsity andl one of thle heavy by opening mleet of thle season againlst the
function as starting cog in most ot' I her m'VI I'ing zga tiles amid Illinois anl i l5(ue to conme through with sonmc eal ;Michigan Aggies at Lansimlg. Sinclair
tile team's flay83s make him oif ' Tal Ini-alawin theirs, the race wouldtmi o lie1 ee newaea has shown proisie all season andl
tamnce in ihlieiump, and the out(ome ('Dnd ilm a tripile lit' among these teams. ot.hi have done bettei' in practice than 1)should give' his opplonenlt a (close ibat-
of tile. gamle Monday night mligh~t have ' Il(weXN'r this is not prob0hable as the thie results of the fleets will show. ;tle inth ie mleet. Saturday night.
1been1 diferent had he been able to Buckeyes ought to defeat WisconsinI Sietimlan h1as a slight advantage over Coach Baker will probably trmain
partcipte.c~si '.Alln. Baker andI Goldstein for tile Confer-
It is possible thatthle Purduie gaiiie, If Olio State cops the title this year' i ence individual chlamfpionlship) mieet to1
slated for February 2E), but1 callednl off it; will be the first Comferemice basket- Tihe mnodernl lrlaj(r league record 1)0 1101( at Chicago. Goldstein wtll
(111 toPreidet lui' 01's heah. t'il 11111chapioshi tht te Bmckvcsfor hitting safely in consectutive gaier,; mleet his strongest collipetitioii in the1
be plaiyed off after' the Chicago clash, havte' even annexedi as long a's they is4h.lcd by George Sisier. Thle min- Indiana. leet Saturdlay when l110 I
butnohin dfinit e has beem i edIhv been inte ofeece or league recoid is 69 consecutive wrestles Fisher, who took the heavy-
yet.____________ gaines, made by Joe Wilhoit, of Wich-i weight title last season. 'Michigan
asytPBtmmos Aires, Mar. 3.-Pedro Con- Alta, Kansas. mat fans are' entertaining strong.
________Argentine___wimmer,__after_____ hopes that the Wolverine 115 pounder
C le eT n m n;ing; been in the water for 35 hours . will win the flyweight title.

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College swimmers, both in tile least
and OAc e\West hlave been sllow.ing lipl
extremely well of late, and(mniy rec-
ords hlave been shatter'ed asa reselt.
Th'e Yale Varsity swinuninmg tem
in a recentmit eet wit hi the Dirtmil (lii>
tanklers brLoke twio twols recor'ds.
Trhe relay teani in the 4-adrely,
::et re(ords )0 boh at the 250 anad 800-
Y, awl markts. Thmeir' time oft'2 :27 3-5
not only cli11ed 4-5 of a sec'onld train
thle formncr wet l's marilk for 300
Y ards, lent bench es, their Itiac at (1 ist -
tiflce of 250) vard' s a iso tli pteti the=
1(51 '' iimarl;by .1-5 oit a ,s0('old. A
shom't tile before this ileiol able er'-
cnin g foul im i 110111i(''5of lliis recordt
bil akillg swxtet broke the 91100 yarid re-
lay m'ccrd.
The Unitedl States Naval Acud(bily at
Anna ,polis is also ('presgnited hby
re'ord(i breaker. Alen of thle Navy
set anew collegia tohm-tord of 2:49 1-5
ill the 210 v::u'd brea,,cststrojhe, w l h
is 1-5 of a; ecen be'ttem' thana tb.
(oil '~'ia ao imi111,10'11by5H.'la. hi fti
ovf'ek hlo 1- e.ln t F llsy ~
But not. almnea is t his i'ecord bi'o~lk-
iag loendency holdiiig say inith
East.. North wrest c n's-, Purple 111r-
11101, thIl :iolm nti el lojgitlt e svrtil-
minlg ('ililil iol) 5. co a-ltl'e bhy Toni
lobilnsoll, bll,'i;with Ii hon suob a
wholesa le IlniI)('r 0of hioors as has
_eldom beau n i'i'ied lit'llaro011col-(..-
loge Iteam lbefore'. At lceast ascore(of
unwi ariks have 7iee.( set l p eq in:di-
edl by thle 1i'rlt gm'aIifl
John ''amicey, fre i~nctealn
slam' is also addl ing laure1s t his uni-
versity. In tile MaEou'ooi 1100 he b~roke L
t he Conference recorint. the 200 yar'd
breast st roke forI'Minnesot.i- J ilni Iill
also of thIle Gophers in the w~ine0imeet.
shattered the 1,50 yarid lback str'oke
time by a mar'gin ofI iw,,o scolls.
Unive','sitv(of tsosi' aulk mnn
have l, eo1i sliott'ing'ii,) we'11 ini the
Confe-oncee. Im tiheir m eet withI Coac(h
Mranr.'s icli in s;: d (111Feb. 14,1
thiey established a lieWs 11)0 yai'dlrmly
mdarnk for the otherCm'(onference team.s
to alia1 at.
April 17 hal18 , emichoseni as 1thQ
(late for time biennial pageant of tie'
school01of fide( auts zat the(1_Iniveisity

u I,' one imiute arrived at Rosario to-
nighlt. The SoultIiAnierican cover'ed(
a < totalti distan'ce of 87 miiles. This feat
iS pu 1011td to establish a. new record
h ot I for dist anc'e co~vered amnd time. in
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