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FAGS 18

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

IllYp"Ll, I'A NZY

I'A~ ~TX THE MICHIGAN DAILY \VEJ)XESDA~, F'EP~RUARY 11, 1925
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Tank flSTLERS L O EBattery' Candidates To Start ILN EDI
r TeamFAAKA Batting Practice N ext Week1 R&~lKFJUIANflN

F O INDIANgA lflM
Sta ol V?1 llaf ol .
HAGGERTY NOT TO iPLAY

Coach Mann Prepares His
Squad. For Strong Badget

Michli=;at1'sV:;it i basket hI~rl tIealin
returned to Anil A rb(,r yost '' day
11o ,1 ft I n f t e m s l)t e li n s o i e y a .Toith Chicago anid :'VOi 1; ve 1 : a vo-(-
tiltedl in a rill aad lalo}(1,,at]! 1)i
0111 vict~r; on.,,20-1!), inl a hi I Iolr S rtl
gle SJatu-rday night t qthe V iiway m
the -PurleItilos fitsRscfl.'d ccte
with l\ih igan , 17-16(, Mon la y nW :t: r
T±3° iann .
A"a res ilt o1 the C:(' neo ..2:r,
Al1icliigo f will undtiilJf:v tv mo I t h'
Indiana gamie atuird y night mlninu
the sexrvices of Captain I laggrerty v'10

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Anothei stiff drill featured Alii- ; w11 he the heavy favorite in the con-
galsVarsity siiiing teamn's second tury event.
pi at i.e of the week, Coach M~dann1. put- Wisconin~f altosotands de iad andl
t ?i all1 of1this s5 5W mnr:; through t1ulme ;shouldiers a,;bove the otlher Conference
el :;hVo i'dy a1tC0'lIoOnl£,t the \ . NM. tean:s in tihe relay,the Badger (quar -
C. A. 1p0o1. With the W\isconlsin en- ter, having coveretd the 160) yardIs in
ct,)uniter ily Vthree (lays away the; 1:20 flat, which is a season record1.,
vr' r i;y llCnlI '.'is r° : ikiiig every effat iT he ll1ichi gan squad is composed of
i O1i. r ;I s YJma inl the best o1f con- ; likely swimmers and may surprise
dii iu*fi th e -r ong Badger tank the Wisconsin fans by tieing or beat -
tI i1.ing the Badger four, but chances aret
: 1113h 22 neon loin,; pod this. slight. With Gov and Dunnakin eli-
2 0i 1 h« g ltiken both Iowa aend g ib~le and in goodl condition, and with
tioo M ii w.ulko~ Athletic clubi into Sam~son and Johnson doing their best,
sand on 1.,awi, they have a slight i Captain Kerr will p~robably give up
*~ ~ G",i r,: ((;'Cte Wolverine tank- ]is place on the relay team and die-
Y (a1r:;-, i'r covered the 1400;vote all of his time to the backstroke.
al .. <st vie in .1- : 1 against Iowa,! The Michigan captain will meet Gil-
;,d in il:e rm: , (.liale time of 56:3 breath in the 150 yard backstroke
i* 1:iI;;, !im Alliukee Athletic club;1 event. Gilbreath sprung a surp~rise
1, A1 i Inile:; Iiiiig better than any re-I in the Wisconsin-Iowa clash by dlefeat.-
tw t;a1et in Fi:;r otiter Con ,ferenYce meets~ ing CZe'rwonsky, last year's Conference :
F; -t. a"c ~\t 1her Samson nor (low champion, in the, remarkable time of
as.' ;got . cofferIed thie(distance inl 1:1)9 flat. Captain Kerr will be forcedt
t~eeIimes adl the Badger swimmer I to be content with second place unlessj
cornpetition can give him additional
wevstern led bly "Moon" Baker in its speed.i
attack, got a1total of two field goals Coach Mann has not as yet made
but the Michigan squad added three ;any definite choice of candid(ates fori
free throws to its lone-goal and won the various. events and probably willj
its game on the exara point, not (10 s0 until after Thursday's prac-
E±ddie Chambers led the Michigan tice.
attack in the absence of Captain Flag- Mielziner, who has not been out for
gerty andi led the scorer of the evening practice since Christmas vacation' on
with nine points. Dick Doyle andtIRed account of an injured leg, reported for
Chlerry each got a total of four points I practice yesterday and may be used
while the ot her members of the sqluad against the Wisconsin team. The
seemedC~ to bie having difficulty in find-I meet will be a hard one and only an

hAe: :t iu! ( AldfeI v:ilt a;u ictolrles
Oh i i t iit ii ll Tea11
F431r j~iiitW
13AKER UNDEFEATEDI
AB liough1 showin ' con.,iderable im-
provemien t over theli jerft()lnances 5ill
tiec lin.'~,t wowrestling meets, NMichi-
gufs \arsty mnat teami still sh( w~ed
,Ik of0C (2KrIlelluin the ieo withI)
hP;rdnle Monday ni ght, losing 10 the
t toll' 0r mke . 1:,. o -1.
'11101 (team ;)(cd tie t'hid 110wit hout
j c 1 smi l ice:,of ('aptLamiKa bel. who-10is
PstH i fl :~i ing1' f!011) iljllliefs reei~ved
t' 1;'17 in 1tle season. Not onie 01 the
in emihers o' lhe Wolverine 1 calni that.
t'Ie ;;1(11;t:aill nt Parur e ]1st year
mle t' ie' 10 p 1t)Lafay(,i e. lne
anti Goldstein go rnereol the ton r
p~oints for ticii~kgni, Ninning diecisionis
over' their opponents. The~ boiis
were more evenly matched, thle lar-
gest advantage gained on any muon he-
ilt close to seven minutes.
Langguthl lost. a close mat ch in the
1l75 po(und (class in an overt ime peritod,
after having a 53 se(cond advantage
in Itle regular bout.
IBaker thus far this season has not
faciii defeat. in Itle 11; pound d (i vision.
Sle ha s twOin (Oision iovor his 0oppon1-
exits in all of the meets.

confine 1is 5pit lhjng candidates to .,,Plimolrcs \Vi 0odid not re..uril
ligt lmbeingup orkuntl n'd l sL year's yearling toam is r(
c-d almos;t, inti rely. Ii iaas is
w.eek, when he vwill :Mart giving the c;ally tihe only b)right prospc

this fall
p~racti- ly
cti from 'l11

twiriers individual ratteni oi in order the first veii' ninle of last spring 'who ship contende
to have their armns in shape for the is lnt tinl school and out for practice. State were idle
more strenuous grind of batting priat- I lovey, who slshowed good forn1 Ool tile Ilremainedat fil
lice Wich W.titllbegin Monday. y( two 1mg lioe'two yearis agoi,lbut who (confe(renite ract
Only tile batt err miat cx ia is workl- w s II 01ei g )r.to comlpetit ion last' four victories
inig ouit otlhciai ly, althoug h numerous Vt:), : lip iii his vroik and(1will make Ohio 'State is.
regulars fromnlast year are pr'acticing az 1: iic. a lire :.c til te staff. second liplacer
(daily. Amiong these ment are I Ie oh ('-bc o: : e ot u iurmais.Mi laker :defeat.
Ste ger, irght fieltder last year, Ca ptain se:Coo i r3tIing' recciv er lava year, is not; ° he re 1,i11
Poc Dillman ani -ut clhWilson, roil-",1 (1111 l e1W sldud(, anti Z)Nvele jw include
lar first, haso'nxanl. Buck Ci 0'sdicewliP: S,,two noonI, A a iwas on the aqua (1t Nt'('k 11(
eq ipmi nut yest erdll y andlwill p o, ab- <t a a go, 1i4 still ineligitle. 1(1 eam sin
ly start work today. Cherry wrilil probauiy report ait the Oh(?it State,
Coach Fisher's chief concern is with close of the haysketb1)101sea son. lie Iowa at1, Puridw
his pitcher:5 and caItchers. i s li- was ineligible fortrihe \Tar:;i y niine ''1
field1 andI out field are intact fromi last tLa isping. With (Cherry, Gecorge
17 ar. lie has also t woi cx pcrieiled i Ilaggert y, regular third b k sc,,n, ill, 3IifI
hlers in j1albloiiowsaj agid BenS.". 1e onl hand frwoi'konl s;\wiI the eo1
Both thmen are in good shiape. .Jablo-! of the court scoedule. 1lillioi
>nowski (carriedi the gr eat erlwurden of - - , 11io State
the pitching last spring, andi Benson. Norman, Okla., Feb. 10. "Whirl- , M'icliigaiu
alfter lhe got into coniti1on, al#:er llta .t ,to, 'tit thun118i nga zim e of tile-Unl- Imidia na
with 11 inllin 1the 1big; gainetS. lI h 'aOiilveisi ty of Okla iolla, was c(er rodby +LN ilnueso a.
is In far hott crl hpe t his year ihli tile university -authorities recently and, tow-
he attainied t any tillle last seasonl,i is no0wt; be reconsitde(redl for 1iiblica - P urdue
anti1 great things are expeed of hIint. t~on as aln oflicial school pulication. Chlicago
B esides the regular t wi riers, Coach --- Nrt.hw e tern
Fisher ha~s t lie betst looking eiop) of j Subscribe for The. lIi~ e~ii :in Pa~lly Wisconsin
canidtates for the pit clung staff that. .
has greetedil Iirolin1ce he took over
the coaching rc:is here. Ineligibility ,
failed to make anyr inroadls oil the 4

ter. Ilinois and Ohio
eo over the week end and
the top in the Western
ce, the Illini leading with
and no defeats, while
:strongly perched in
with five wins and one
ndier of tile games this
Northwestern at Illinois
y.On Saturday eight
into action ; Minnesota
Chicago at, Illinois;
ti, andi Indliana at Michi-

I U UVI LLI 1111111 LI I U ('!O a1 h Rv Ti'ir wi 'foilnuOl' o o'ad asa. 11 woio.and save a few i Wf IILmI V 1 1113 IP11-

With the Conference schedule near-
rhalf completed, Illinois and Ohio
pas the only undefeated champion-

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etiffered a severe eye injury when ho'
was fouled by Barnes,. The Michii-an
leader, one of the forcemo >tpliayer; ,I'l
the Conference, may lie out of Ithe
game for the next two) week's, cit biough
his injury is almost certain not) to bo
permanent.
The 17-16 win over tile Purple tame'
after one of the most thrtilling1)battles
of the season and a faulty piece tof
officiating in the closing niinute of-
play hlad enablledth ie Northwest ern
squiad to come witihin a point of the
Wolverines. With onlly 35 seronlos left
to play Mlichigan had a thee point: leadc
when tile hall was called out of
Ibonnds. The Michigan11 lacyers were
at, first given tile ball and after as-
suning their out (f hounds torma s-
lion tile 1ba1 was sudldenly givenl to3
Northwestern. With tile Michigan
players scatteretd tilePurple made a. 0
hield goal and1 only thle lack of time
kept them from possilly tying up the
count.
The game was hard fought from the
start.. After Northwestern had as-I
sumed a five point lead at the start
of the game Michigan camne back and
tied the score at 11 all when the half
endled. In the second period North- I

W IL
4 0
5 1
4 2
4 2
4 t3
2 4
y 4
0 4

Pct.
1.000
.833
.666
.666
.571
.500
.333
.200
-.166
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ing the hloop. Mloon Baker kept thle
Michigan squadl busy, scoring three
fielod goals, two of theml from well out
on) thle floor. Greaves, lanky center
who starredin i the Field hloulse three
weks agoy wadp again in form and got
sai field goal andtwo free throws.
j Ton ighlt, tonmorrow afternoon, andI
Friday afternoon tihe squad- wiii settle
dlown t)opreparation for tile Hotsier
squad wiich will visit thle fieldl house
Saturday night, fresh from an over-
\vllelm).ing win over the stron~g Hawk-
eye squad. Michigan's ratinlg in the
:tonfel'en-e xiil he at stake wlen the
t wo fcI C lS meiet tihis weekentd, both
5(1113(1 being tiedi for third place withl
tour victories and two losses.

unexpected victory in tile relay, or a w awr " r.w w°cr', a" y" - ---i w :'~:u -,
first or second in the dive in addition
to doped places in the other evenlts,!
will assure Michigan of a suitable hal-
ance to win the mleet. With the Badi-!
gems a sure winner in the plunge,~~T r~TXT
Michigan's only hope in thlis evenit is1 DO Y U 1 LNUV
a second or third place counter. Tilej
Badgers should count in all the events r the' I
George Little, new athlletic director' L1h.-t(l e 1 1 ' Jilcfl1alfl nflS1{I
at Wisconsin will probably refereebe ''
the meet. will be ifferentr
Wordi has been received from In-
liana that they will lbe unalie to meet
Michigan on March 9, so thlat wvork is
being rushled onl tihe new Union pool
so that it wiili e in readiness for ;
Fieb. 28, the original date of the meet. 3- - -
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