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PAGE SIX

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PLAY GOPHERS MONDAY
Coach Mather and nine members of
the Wolverine basketball squad will
entrain at 3:49 o'clockthis afternoon
on the Michigan Central railroad for
Ioya City, the Michigan five meeting
the' Hawkeyes tomorrow night and the
Gopher quintet at Minneapolis Mon-
day.
The Skipper included the following
men on the roster for the road trip:
Captain Doyle, Chambers, Harrigan,
Oosterbaan, Rasnick, Reece, Morga-
ridge, Ginn, and Schroeder.
Due to the ineligibility of both his
star guards, Cherry and Molenda, the
Skipper is trying every combination
to uncover a pair out of the reserve
material that will fit into the combi-
nation, of Doyle, Harrigan, and Cham-
bers. Captain Dick Doyle will prob-
ably e used at center at the tiproff
and thenddrop back to play one of
the guard positions.
Benny'Oosterbaan, who is equally
adept at center or forward, will prob-
ably lplay center when Doyle takes
one of the guards. Rasnick who has
been improving steadily may get a
chance to start at guard or forward.
Reece, who has suddenly come to the
front in scoring, is suffering from a
lame shoulder, but will be ready for
action Saturday. Reece and Ooster-
baan will prob'ably alternate, if the
Skipper decides to use Schroeder or
IRasnick.
Harrigan and Chambers will start
at the forward positions. Frank Har-
rigan displayed a great floor game at
Syracuse andl against the Minnesota
five, and will be a dangerous man for
the Hawkeyes to guard. Chambers,
with his uncanny eye from long range
and his fighting spirit, is a good mate
for Harrigan at the other forward.
Morgaridge and Ginn may get a
chance against the Hawkeyes, unless
Coach Barry's men prove too strong.
If Matler's team can gain a big mar-
gin over the Gophers Monday night
as it did in the Minnesota game here,
the Skipper will undoubtedly use all
of his men.
Michigan will have a real task in
guarding Phillips, star forward of the
Hawkeye team. In every game Phil-
lips has been substituted late in the
second half, but has led his teammates
in scoring in five of the last seven
games. In the Minnesota game at
Iowa City he sank three baskets as
soon as he took the floor. In the Iowa
game in Yost field house Phillips dis-
played' his ability in scoring and in
floor tactics.
Captain McConnell and Hogan are
two strong guards and have held
most of the opponents to low scores.
Iowa -has proven that it is a hard
team to defeat on its home floor andi
will be a dangerous opponent tomor-
row night. The Notre Dame five had
a difficult time defeating the Hawk-
eyes at Iowa City, winning by a score
of 17-16.
Minnesota is another team that is
unusually hard to defeat on their
home court. The Gophers have to
date a pooi record but have played
most of their games on foreign floors.
Rasey, star forward of the Minnesota
RIFLE TrEAM
Members and alternates of the
University rife team which fired
against West Virginia will re-
port as soon as possible to shoot
against Michigan State and the
University of Maine.
The sores for this match must
be tablated by Saturday night.
Men will also report in advance
for the Big Ten matches which I
start Monday, Feb. 15.
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Final Cut Made
In Freshman
Basketball Five
Coach Fisher made the final cut in
the yearling court squad yesterday,;
reducing the number of men toseven-
teen. Several midsemnester freshmen
are expected out some time this week
however as candidates for the team.
The seventeen men, who have sur-
vived, are: Algyer, Daniels, Gilmartin,I
Hadley, McAfee, McDonald, McCoy,
Marx, Nisson, Nyland, Palmer, Reason,
Rose, Squire, Southworth, Whittle and
-ana. This number includes eightI
guards four centers and five forwards.
McCoy, an all-state man from De-
troit Central, has shown a gread
of promise at the tip off positio and
should make a creditable bid for a
place on the Varsity next year. He
has speed, a good eye for the basketj
and is very aggressive.'
Algyer, who played a forward at
Luther College, the school at which
Franklin Cappon coached football and
basketball last year, is also a good,
prospect. Of the guards McDonald
and Nyland, Kalamazoo, and Daniels,
Marian, Indiana, are showing up well.
Due to his baseball activities Coach
Fisher, has only been taking care of
the first year squad at their evening
practices with Coaches Blott and Kip-
ke taking care of the afternoon ses-
sions. The squad isnpracticing at the
field house on Monday, Wednesday
and Friday evenings and Tuesday andf
Thursday afternoons.
The drills consist primarily of fun-
damental work such as shooting,
pivoting and passing formations, and
short scrimmages. With only three
weeks until the close of the season
the coaches will lay more emphasis
on individual work.
team, has been held scoreless from
the floor in the last two games, and
is, according to predictions by insid-
ers, slated to unexpectedly break into
the scoring column.
Von Elm will join the AmericanI
golfers in defense of the Walker cup.

WOLERIES'HOPES FOR SCN
TITLE THREATENED BYW5 WSUiNSINi
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Michigan's hockey team will open now Captain Reynolds and his men
its Conference season at 7:30 o'- take the puck down the ice with skill'
the Varsity puck- and excellent teamwork and passing.
clock tonight, whenthVasypukj The Wolverine dlefense has been
sters cross sticks with the Wisconsin 1 strong all season and with the new
ice team at the Coliseum. Another combination will vie with the air
game will be played with the Badgers I tight defense of the Madison school.
tomorrow night and Marquette will
furnish the Wolverines with opposi- The Maize and Blue puck ters have
fuish th olvine wshowed up better in practice this week
tion on Monday night t than in the past, especially on Tues-
Tonight's game and the other two day night, when a practice scrim-
Iwilall be played at the Coliseums un- mrage was played. Last night the
less the weather is so warm that the tea went through a light workout in
ice is not fit for play. In this case m
[ final preparation for tonight's game.
Coach Barss' men have the privilege Besides the regular sextette which
of meeting their opponents on the will start, three forwards, Denton,
artificial ice at Windsor. artrefraEts etn
Earhart andl Fisiter are sur'e to playl
Although Michigan has won in her part of the time.
first two starts against Michigan State, Athough the
the games with the Badgers will give Although the Badge rlineup has not
the team their first real test and the beedefinitely announces they willryno
an hol contestedthogu. The' lain at center, Sansky and Gross or
hotl thoughut. Kreebonie at the wings, McCarter anli
Badgers have as strong a team as us-I Koe eag
ual and with their greater experience Morehead at the defense positions and
and equipment hold a decided advant- McLean at goal.
age over the local team. The Badgers
have defeated Marquette in two games
and have tied with the strong Gopher
I sextette in two starts. Last week the
Badgers conquered Jamestown, a pow-
erful team.
Coach Barss has announced that Q] _
Captain Reynolds will take his place
at center with Sibilsky and McDuff
at the wings, Roach and either Hoop-
er or Gabler, pending the latter's elig-
ibility, at defense and Weitzel at goal.
This lineup marks a change from the
one which faced the Lansing team. B
McDuff, a member of last year's Var-A'W
sity, will play in Levi's place and in
case Gabler is declared ineligible,
Hooper, a new man will act as Roach's
running mate on the defense line.
The team has improved a great deal
of late and even though the Badgers
are being looked to for the Conference
honors, they will meet plenty of coin-
'petition. The offense; which was so co rL arl
weak at the start of the season, has'
been considerably strengthened and

On Class Card'

The interclass dual swimming and1
water polo tournament, postponed
from last semester, will get under way
early next week. Seven teams are
entered and competition is expected
to be very close.
Straight elimination contests will be
held, and the winning team will re-
ceive numeral sweaters. Ten men are
allowed for each team, and each class
entered must compete in both swim-f
'ming and water polo.#
The initial matches will be held at
4:30 o'clock Tuesday, with the fol-
lowing teams to compete: literary
class, freshman vs. junior, medical
school vs. sophomore literary class,
sophomore engineers vs. senior eng'-
neers. The freshman engineers drew
SSemi-final round will be held Tus
day at o'clock, and the finals th.
following Wednesday at the same
time. No postponements will be
Sgranted.

Dual Swimming WRESTLERS LEAVE FOR INDIANA
Water Polo, MEET TONIGHT; COACH HOPEFUL

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Michigan's wrestling team leaves at eligibility of George, a sophomore
9 o'clock tonight for Bloomington to heavyweight, and Rich a light heavy-
meet Indiana in the third Conference weight who is just entering his soph-
wrestling nieet of the season. Indi- I omore year.
ana's wrestling record this season Coach Keen, a trainer, and seven
shows onie defeat by Ohio and one0 men are to make the trip to Bloom-
victory over Northwestern. ington. The Wolverines willtbe repre-
Indiana, besides not losing a Con- sented by George in the heavyweight
ference meet in the last two years, l class, Rich in the light heavyweight,
won the last two all Conference wrest- and Donahue in the 158 pound class.
hng championships, but this year their Galsterer will wrestle - in the 14>
team has been materially weakened pound class in place of Crapage who
by graduation and ineligibility, while has been declared ineligible.
the strength of the Michigan team Solomon and Captain Baker will
has been increased since the opening represent Michigan in the 125 pound
of the new semester by the return to and 115 pound weights respectively.
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