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The Michigan Daily, 1925-03-08

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGR 7r

ISARPUC"KSTERS
CHOSEN_ BY DAIY
A ll-4 14nferellce HIockey T'eam I ncludes
Mlichigan iMinnesota, And
A Wisconsin hell
~NAME FOUR WOLVERINES3

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By C(IiIrE. 0limacler
In# co-op)erationl with Coach Josephx '>}
flarss, The Daily has picked an all-
tar hockey team, madle up of the out-
,i~anding performers on the regular;
leamns at Michigan, (Conference can
chan-ons), MVinnesota,: and Wisconsin, thef
th ree schools represented by teams!
in the Big Ten. -
On the forward line, two men haveI
leen named for each post, due to the?
fact that the extremely fast nature
fthe game as played in the Confer-
kc nce today necessitates the presence,
'on the ice of two full teams, with two 4 I
x. men nearly equal in ability for each y
~)oitin.The defense places are all
STaken care of .by two regulars and one
toic spare, while it is seldom, if ever, Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens, dis-
_n ecessary to relieve an efficient goal tingilislied Britisht arch:, ect, will re-,
i tender except in case of injury. ceive the gold medal of the Ameri-
H. rso:Mneot n Goso can Institute of Architects, the high-
Wisconsin arie placed at center. Bros horto eawdd te
est hnrt eaaddb h
i;a heavy player, tiliping the beam i-tliiea h rhtcua n l
sat 180 poundls. 1Ic is fast, has a good flied Art3 exposition inl Apr'il in New
hot, anti works in well with the rest 'York. S:r Ediwin i now deigig h
of the forward line and his mates. i einn d
rosis also a b ig manl, is as(ch'vG !new 131 ,t irih r; veriment bui-ildinlgs mn
!d~lick handl er as Bros, and led the .r Mi,
Wisconsin team with rare judgiment.-
hi year. . ~w F r a e
"e"Reynolds of Mihia is plac- JVe okP p r
(A at left wing, and is given the cap- To Produce Play
taincy of the team. He was the out- 744a43~ 1~~
; anding lplayer of th conference Wiuin, Co tes
tis year, and although hie played cen--
i ten, his true value would be really Studlets of the University are eli-
ealihanced at a wing position. Hie is
fgible for a prize play contest for am-
t~ sleedy, although not as fast as some
conference players, is so flashy and! ateu rsi which is sponsored by The
tricky thatIs speed is more thanI Morning Telegraph of New York. TheE
' utlicient to meet any requirement. contest. opensl April 1 and closes Au-Ii u eb j d m n n e d n s u t 7
dai:;ce him extremely high in his value
rto the team. Hlis stick-handling is An dvance royalty of $1,000 will
;cwel-nigh p~erfect, and his hook-check- b~e given to the writer of the best
~l.im-, almost uncanny in its sureness. play submitted. The winning play
J~Above all, Reynolds is a natural lead-, will be chosen by the board of judges,
rand his work in this direction on who will be selected from the leading
Ajthe forward line was a great factor in tlpeoplt, of the literary and stage world.!
~Michigan's success this year. The Morning Telegraph guarantees
(lilbraith of Minnesota, while not i-he public production of the play du--
'comparable to Reynolds in stick-haned- ing the season 1925-1926. The pro-
~ling and cleverness, is a hard, steady dluction will be given under the aus-
type of player, with a fine shot and; piceS of The M~orning 'Telegraph and
"_Jhe ability to work himself into coin-( will be given the benefit of some of
ibination play with facility. [the best professional talent which canj
Olson, of Minnesota, at right wing, be secured.
Sis always in the game, and is one of- --_
the fastest men in the Big Ten. ]lei Tokio, March 7.-The peace preser-
is exceedingly tricky in his shots, vation act, also known as the anti-
i nearly 'always finding the upper op-i bolshevik law, providing for imprison-i
lposite corner of the net, a spot which m nent for almost every kind of Coin-
-s vulnerable on any team without an munist activity~ was passed by the
excellent goal tender. Jansky of house tonight while- a heavy police
(Continued on Page Six) guard surrounded parliament.

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