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FRIDAY, FEBIRUARY 19, 1926.

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GOHERS POSSESS
POWERFUL SQUADB
Barss Makes Change In Lineup; Me.
Duff Will Play enter; Reynolds
Shifted To Forward
PLAY AGAIN SATURDAY
Michigan's Varsity hockey team will
face the Minnesota puck chaser in the
third Conference game of the season
at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the Coliseum.
Another game will be played with the
Gophers tomorrow night at the same
time and place.
Minnesota is acclaimed to possess
a powerful aggregation and both the
coming contests should be close and
spirited battles. The Gophers stopped
off in Lansing on their journey and
played a match with the Green and
White pucksters last night, arriving
in Ann Arbor this morning.
Jn their only two Conference match-
es the Gophers have scored two ties
playing the Badgers in each instance.
According to comparative scores, as
a result of Michigan's win and tie
with Wisconsin last week, the Wol-
verines may seem to be the favorites
in tonight's game. Both the Badgers
and Gophers have superior advan-
tages in so far as they have ice at
their disposal more regularly than
Michigan. Both games in the current1
series should beaexceptionally close
and the breaks abobe will doubtless
decide the winner.r
Coach Barss is Ivery well satisfied
with the team's showing to date and
feels confident that the new combina-
tion with McDuff in place of Levi will1
surpass its last week's achievements._
The lineup in tonight's game will be
Captain Reynolds at left wing, Sibil-1
sky at right wing and McDuff at cen-
ter with Gabler and Roach at left and
right defense respectively, and Weitzel
at goal. Captain Reynolds and Mc-
Duff may change positions and Hoop-
er, Erhart, Denton and Fisher may get "
in the fray either on the forward line
or at defense. Jones is a capable un-
derstudy for Weitzel but to date the
latter has played such a sterling game
at goal that Jones has had few actual
opportunities.
Regular practice has been held dur-
ing the past week consisting of the
individual drill in passing, shooting
and in receiving the puck, and team
drill in all these departments as well.
The offense has been improved no-
ticeably in the past few days and that,
with the almost impregnable defense,
should give the Gophers something to
worry about at the Coliseum tonight
when the two teams meet.
14 TEAMS QULIFY IN{
FOUL SHOOTING EST
Fourteen teams composed of five
men each were chosen out of a field of
300 to qualify in the initial round of
the interfraternity foul shooting tour-
nament.
According to the rules of the tour-
ney, each team was to enter an unlim-
ited number of men, the scores of the
best five to count. Theta Chi led the
list with an aggregate score of 39
free throws for an average of almost
eight shots per man.
Phi Lambda Kappa was second on
the list only two points behind the
leaders. The other qualifiers and
their scores are: Delta Chi 34, Sig-
ma Alpha M 33, Sigma Phi 32, Beta
Theta Pi 31, Phi Kappa Sigma 29, Tau
E silon Phi 29, Phi Beta Delta 29,
Phi Sigma Delta 29, Delta Alpha Ep-
silon 28, Phi Kappa 28, Phi Chi 27,
Phi Sigma Kappa 26, Alpha Tau Ome-
ga 25.
IOWA CITY.-Jimmie Flannigan of

Sioux City, Ia., has been appointedk
boxing instructor at the University of
Iowa. Flannigan is a sophomore and
has been making his expenses by act-
ing as a sparring partner.

Gopher Star Wins I
Three Monogramsj

SATURDAY'S GAMES
MAY END' DEADLOCKi

Detroit Club To WETR D iLL
Hold Skiing ""H"- " ""-
Tourney Sunday

Two Purdue Teams Will Invade
Foreign Fields Over Week End
LAFAYETT , Indc., Feb. 18.-While I A victory over Chicago by the gym-

All Big Ten Basketball Teamns
Play On Program Scheduled
For Week End

To

MICHIGAN MEETS OHIO
With every Big Ten basketball team
in action in the program scheduled
for this week end, basketball fans will
probably get a glimpse of the possi-
ble winner of the Conference race
this season. To date there are two'
teams tied for first place, and four I
sharing third place honors, but the
results of the games this week will
undoubtedly shuffle the teams and
bring the likely title holder to light.
Illinois' right to share first place
with Wisconsin will be seriously ques-
tioned Friday night when the Indians
meet the Hoosiers on the Indiana
floor. Indiana has been a dangerous
contender for the leadership and will
have an opportunity to make good
their threat with Krueger, Beckwith,.
and 'Sponsler performing.
Six of the Conference teams will be
in action Saturday night, Wisconsin
meeting the Purdue five on its home
court, Northwestern traveling to Iowa
City to encounter the Hawkeyes, and
Coach Mather's Wolverines meeting
the Buckeyes at Columbus.
The Chicago Maroons who defeated
the strong Purdue quintet Wednes-
day, will meet the Illinois five at Ur-
bana Monday night. The Chicago
team started the season poorly, but
has reached its stride and has proven
a stumbling block for many of the
supposedly stronger teams in the Con-
ference. Wisconsin will meet the Wol-
verines in Yost field house Monday.
German newspapers complain thatI
the United States did not welcome.
Huber Houben, the German sprinter,
in the manner that he should have
been received.

Due to the demands of the public
the Detroit Ski club is announcing its
third ski tourney of the year which will
be held at 2 o'clock Sunday on New-
berry hill, near Rochester. 3everal
students have entered in previous
tourneys, and it is the hope of the
club to have a dozen entrants from
Ann Arbor in this meet.
The tourney will take place on theE
club's new all steel slide and will have
as an added attraction th'e Hull
brothers. Henry Hull broke the world's
record in ski jumping last year at
Reavelstock, B. C. with a leap of 229;
feet.
Snow had to be imported for the
last meet which was a success de-
spite this added difficulty. Should the
weather become cold after the recent
snow it is expected this tournament
will outrival the others.
IOWA CITY.-Twenty high schools
have entered 136 men in the fifth an- ;
naul Iowa interscholastic track and
meet to be staged in the Iowa armory
Monday.
BASEBALL TRYOUTS'
All sophomores desiring to try
out for baseball manager assist-
antships are requested to report
at 5 o'clock at Yostdfield house
during the remainder of this
week and the early part of next
week.
E. M. DIESTER,
Manager.

Little Known Of Purple Strength;
Wolverine Lineup Still
Undecided
MICHIGAN EXPECTS WIN
Accepting the reverse at Indiana as
past history, Coach Keen's wrestling
squad is devoting all its energy
towards preparing for the Northwest-
ern meet, tomorrow night at Yost
field house.
Little is known of the true strength1
of the Purple outfit as they are a new
team and have been developing slow-,
ly. To date, the Evanston team hasr
not been successful, losing to two
schools which also upset the Wol-
verines, Indiana and Purdue.
Whether or not Michigan will pre-
sent the same lineup that was used
against the Hoosiers is still undecid-
ed. Coach Keen was far from pleased
with the work in some of the weights
and may give some new men a trial
against Northwestern. - Captain Baker
and Donahue are fairly certain to
wrestle, but the other weights need
improvement. In the 135 pound class
the competition is especially keen,
with Kailes, Maynard and Watson
fighting for the call. Kailes has had
the edge in the past,but Maynard and
Watson have both made great prog-
ress and are strong bidders for
Kailes' job. The coach feels that the
team is about due to break into the
win column and is optimistic regard-
ing the outcome of the meet.
Notre Dame will play U. S. C. at
-football next year.

two Purdue teams are invading for-
eign Ields, in basketball and wrest-
ling, three of the Boilermaker squads
will remain at home tomorrow, in-
cluding the gymnastic and fencing
outfits. Coach Lambert's 'ye will
meet a formidable obstacle in the Big
Ten title race at Madison, Wisconsin,
while the wrestling squad, defeated
only once this year, will appear in
Bloomington with an even chance for
a victory over the Crimson.
The matinee entertainments in
Memorial gymnasium tomorrow will
bring the gymnasts, and the fnecers,
undefeated yet this year, in a clash
with Chicago, which boasts of leading
teams in both events, while in the Pur-
due pool Northwestern's star paddlers
will meet with La Bree's tank men.

nasts will stamp Coach Clevett's men
as outstanding in Western conference
gymnastic circles, as the Boilermak-
ers already hold a victory over Wis-
consin, a strong aggregation.
The track squad is idle this week
end, and Coach O'Connor wlil devote
his time next week to preparing his
entries for the Illinois relays at Cham-
paign.
Two brothers are making good on
Penn State winter sports teams. Capt.
Walter Liggett, intercollegiate 135-
pound mat champion, is leading the
Lion wrestlers, while Wallace Liggett
is holding down the 125-pound berth
on the same team.
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Eldon Mason1
Gopher star, who weighs only 160
pounds but whose pluck and strength
put him in the heavyweight class, has
won the unusual distinction of being
a three-letter man in sport at Minne-
sota.
Mason has won his letter in football,
basketball, and baseball during his
athletic career at the University. Pre-
vious to his enrollment at Minnesota,
Mason starred in these sports at Min-
neapolis North high school.
He is a substitute back on the foot-
ball team, an infielder on the baseball
nine, while ie 'exhibits his best form
on the basketball team, being a rega-
lar guard on Coach Taylor's five.

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