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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, 3ANUARY 19, 19 6

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LEUP FOR FIRST
Hockey Mntor Will Try To ImproIe
Offense Before Gaiiie With
Marquette Thurday
M S.C. HERE SATURDAY
With two games scheduled this
week for the Varsity hockey team,
Coach Bars announced the lineup
which will face the Marquette college
tcam Thursday night and Michigan
Stateon Saturday, the first two games
of the season for the Wolverine puck
ch aers.
Marquette will furnish the opposi-
tion on Thursday night and will be
faced by a powerful Michigan ice tam
with Captain Reynolds playing the
center position, Levi at right wing
Sibilsky at left wing, Gabler and Roach
at the defense berths and* Weit-
zel at goal. Denton is apt to re-
lieve Sibilsky at wing during fray,
while Jones is certain to see action at
goal at some time dafring the game.
Bissett, a new m to Michiga hoc-
key teams will surely be used during
the game either a" defense or on the
forward line.
Marquette is sure to have a good
team as they- are ranked high in col-
legiate ice circles having the advan-
tage of artificial ice at their disposal,
which allows them a longer period of
practice. Although defeated by the
Badgers in two games this season,
they may still possess a strong team,
as the Badgers have an exceptionally
good squad this year and are expected
to garner the Conference honors.
Both this game and the Michigan
State encounter on Friday will start
promptly at 7:30 at the Coliseum.
There was no practice held last
night due to th'e poor condition of
the ice. Coach Barss is very much
satisfied with the improved physical
condition of the team and their ability
on defense, but as yet the team has
proved itself woefully weak on thede-
fense. From now till game time the
practices will be largely devoted to
Improving the team play and passing,
all of which should succeed in sup-
plying the lacking power on the of-
fense.
The Varsity is especially anxious
to win this game with Marquette so
as to make a clean sweep of the series,
with the western team. A return
game will be played at Marquette
when the team is on its western trip,
on which it will meet the Gophers
and Badgers as well.
ILINIS DFEATS
WIES31-
(Continued from Page One)
Prof. Frank G. Dickinson, of the
University of Illinois, and inventor of
the Dickinson system of rating foot
ball teams, presented Bob Brown, cap
tain of last season's great football
eleven, with the Rissman trophy, a
silver football, emblematic of the
Western Conference gridiron cham-
pionship, between the halves of the
game.
More than 7,000 people attended the
game last night, this being the largest
number to attend a basketball game
thus far this season.
BOX SCORE
Michigan
F.G. F.T. Pts.
Chambers, 1.f. ..........5 2 12
Harrigan, r.f. ..........0 2 2
Doyle, c (capt)..........0 0 0
Cherry, r.g. ............2 0 4
Molenda, l.g............3 1 7
Schroder, c.............0 0 0
Martin, c ..."...........2 0 4

Totals ..............12 5 20
Illinois
F.G. F.T. Pts.
Martin, l.:.............3 0 i
Daugherty, r .f...........6 5 17
Mauer, c........ .........1 4 6
Reynolds, r.g...........0 0 01
Deimling, L.g............0 0 0
Kassell, l.g. ............0 0 0
Haines, r.g. (capt)......1 0 2
Lipe, L.f..............0 0 0
Totals .. .............11 9 31
Referee, Young (Illinois Wesleyan)
Umpire, Maloney, (Notre Damel
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WILL TIME KNOCK OUT TWO VETS
AND TWO HAND-ME-DOWN KINGS?.
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KAPLAN
Harry Greb, middleweight cham pion; Charley Rosenberg, bantam
king; Rocky Kansas, lightweight "ch amp." and Kid Kaplan, tournament
"champ" of the feathers, are slated to risk their titles within the next cou-
ple of months. Greb and Kansas may lose because of their age. It is
still a question of whether Kaplan is of real championship caliber and
whether Rosenburg is the best in h is class. Both men have trouble mak-
ing legitimate weight.

MANY BADGER BA5
MNDRLSTEA.,M1MAT MEN TO MEET HIFO
H AIL FROM S
MADISON, Wis., Jan. 18.-Among
'FOR CHICGO EL HOTEMFISy
1 OHO T 9 rHST the outstanding features of the Uni-
- versity of Wisconsin's sophomore bas-
Swiiing Coach Well Satisfied 'With Coach Keen 3tust Find A Heavylveightketball congregation, is the fact that
Team's SCowing Salurd ay In Before Next Staurday's Meet ihCoach Walter E. Meanwell could place
State feet Al' Detrotj At Buckeye Stronghold Ion the court a very capable and
scrappy quint that would be entirely
_JereetaieEfthAtaeo Illinois.
HARRISON WINSDIVE TEAM TO LEAVE FRIDAY In the game to date, three. of these
---youngsters have seen regular service
Although Coach Mann expressed With three days of practice remain- and bid fair to become sensations in
himself as well satisfied with the re- ing before te first Conference wrest- the Big Ten hoop circles.
suits of the swimming team's showing ling meet with Ohio State at Colum- This trio, whose names are on the
over the weekend, which included a bus, Saturday, Coach Keen is faced tips of the tongues of all close fol-
victory over Wisconsin on Friday and with the problem. of developing a lowers of the game in Wisconsin,
a good exhibition in the state chain- capable heavyweight for the contest. are Charles Andrews, a forward; Louis
pioniship meet on Saturday at the De- At present he has not an real Behr, who has seen action at guard,
troit Y. M. C. A., he nevertheless con- heavyweights working on the quad, center and forward; and Merkle, a
tinned his plohicy of strenuous work- as the aspirants for that class are fixture from all appearances at left
outs in yesterday's practice. all under 175 pounds, and unless the guard. To round out the quintet'
Chicago will come here Saturday coach is successful in finding a heavy- Meanwell could call upon Ey, a sub
for the last dual meet until after the weight in a few days, one of the light- center, and Ellerman, a forward.
examination period, although practice weights will be entered in the Ohio Andrews and Behr hail from Rock-
sessions will not be suspended en- meet matched against one of the Buck- ford; Ey is a product of Mount Pu-1
tirely during that time. In the meet eye heavyweights. laski; Merkle and Ellerman bothi hail
at Detroit, Jerry Harrison, who had Coach Keen will leave Friday night from the metropolis of the Middle
an off day Friday against the Badger for Columbus with seven men and a West, Chicago.
divers, took first place in the state trainer. At present, lie intends to Andrews, a diminutive youngster,
championship competition, while the take Captain Baker for the 115 pound has already won his way into the4
200 yard relay quartet won an easy event, Solomon for the 125 pound, and hearts of Badger fandom. His speed,I
victory ovei' the Yacht and Boat club Donahue for the 158 pound. fight and sheer determination .to over-'
teams. In the 135 pound event either Kalis come the handicap of his size is sure
Michigan should find it easy going Koester, or Maynard will make the to keep him on the team for the three
against Chicago in the swimming trip. Cranage will wrestle in the 145 , years of competition and make him
events, but the Windy City squad is pound event, if he recovers from a a main cog in the Meanwell machine
reported to be represented with a sprained back which he received in during that time. ,
strong water polo team. Frequent practice a week ago, otherwise Sauer Behr, a teammate of Andrews dur-
practice with the Illinois and Chicago or Galsterer will be entered in this 'Iing their high school days at Rock-
Athletic clubs has strengthened their event. ford, is the driving type of forward,
team play to quite a degree of per-, In the light heavyweight class, Pres- most dangerous under the hoop. InI
fection, while Michigan's team has ton, Campbell, Palmeroli, and Greil- the -two Conference games to date,
had practically no regular competition, ing have shown the most promise. Behr has stood the test like a veteran.
with the exception of the Indiana and His work in the Minnesota game was
Wisconsin games. 1 NEW YORK. - Albin Stenroos of the feature of the Badger offense,
Clarence Batter and Robert Hal- Finland easily won the 5-mile run, the while his work in snagging the
sted of the Varsity squad may com- first of the outstanding events at the leather after the tip-off kept thet
pete in Detroit on Friday night in the annual Fordham university indoor Badgers in possession of the ball a
state junior championships in the 150 games. The Finn covered the dis-
yard back stroke event in addition to tance in 26 minutes 2 2-5 seconds.
participating against Chicago Satur-
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SKETBALL STARS
~TA TE OF ILINOIS
Ogood share of the fracas. It is Behr's
quick thinking and power that drives
him in at the basket for numerous
short shots.
Merkle, frail and slender in ap-
pearance, is the very essence of speed
and fight. Used at both forward and
guard last ;year, he gamely overcame
the. physical odds. and now is one of
the real mainstays of the 1926 ma-
chine that is making such a fine fight
against the odds of weight and ex-
perience.
NEW YORK.-Hubert Houben, Ger-
man sprint star, here to match strides
with America's fleetest runners, has
been restricted to four appearances in
this country by the athletic* authori-
ties of his homeland.
1 3 MORE MEN QUALIFY IN
FOUL TTROWING TOURNEY
Fight men out of a field of 40
have qualified thus far in the all-
campus foul throwing tourna-
ment, this being an increase of
three men over last week's total
to reah 'the second round.
F. P. Moffett still leads the list
of qualifiers with 22 free throws.
to his credit. Of this number,
19 were garnered successively.
The latest qualifiers follow: L.
Braitman, 16, H. Seligson, 15, H.
Horowitz, 15.
, This-is the last week for pros-
pective entries to take the gtuali-
fying test, and all who desire to
enter the tournament are re-
quested to report at Waterman
gymnasium any afternoon this
.; week.

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NEW YORK.-A second attempt to Thursday by Joe Moore, of New York
conquer North American skating kings and Joe Gorman of Canada in a three-
and American skating conditions will mile race.
be made tonight in Madison SquareL-
Garden by the Olympic champion, Clas NEW YORK.- Yehudi Menuhin is
Thunberg of Finland. He will be call- only eight years old but already he
ed upon to skate only half the dist- has made his New York debut as a
ance over which he was defeated last violinist.

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