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MARON6S1MMERS
TO ARIVE TODAY
hai-e Defeated Indiana. Tanknien With
Ease In Their Only Meet
Of Season
WILL HOLD PRACTICE
Chicago's swimming team, with a
record of one victory and no defeats,
will arrive in Ann Arbor this aftr-
nloon anti workout in the Union pool
prior to the Michigan-Chicago swim-
1ing meet tomorrow night.
Chicago and Michigan have both
defeated Indiana by decisive scores,
so that Saturday's meet should prove
a battle from start to finish, although,
because of their win over Wisconsin
last week-end, the Wolverine tank-
sters are favored to defeat the Ma-
roons.
Mydgal, of Chicago, showed unex-
pected form in winning the 200 yard
breast stroke against Indiana, cov-
ering the distance in two minutes, 52
seconds, which equals the time made
by Shorr against the Badgers last
Friday. Diamond of Chicago placed
third behind Miller of Indiana, who
was beaten by both Shorr and Whit-
tingham in the Hoosier meet, which
leaves the race between Mydgal, Shorr,
and Whittingham with a close finish
predicted.
Samson and Dunakin both may be
counted on to place in tne 440 yard
event, as Zaiser, whom they defeated
easily in the Indiana meet, outclassed
Greenburg, Chicago's best distance
man, in the Chicago-Indiana affair.
'Sarrett and Harrison may expect
some keen competition from Fellinger
and Wilder, of the Chicago team, both
of whom showed real diving ability
in the Indiana meet. The back
stroke event is still an open event as
the Chicago entry Jelinek was not
forced to extend himself to defeat
Royer of Indiana, so that it is not
known outside Chicago circles just
what he can do under the stress of
hard competition. I
Capt. Jack Gow and Robert Darn-
all should take the 100 and 50 yard
free style races with ease, although
Captain Noyes, of Chicago, has been
credited with 57 seconds for the for-
mer event this season.
COMPLETE THIRD ROUND
IN FRATERNITY TOURNEY
Delta Sigma Phi was forced to two
overtime periods to defeat the strong
Tau Kappa Epsilon team by a 12-10
score in the interfraternity basketball
tournament. With the completion of
most of the third round last night,
play will be postponed until after the
final examination.
The scores of the games played
Wednesday follow: Chi Psi 15, Alpha
Delta Phi 8; Phi Sigma Kappa 23, Psi
Upsilon 13; Phi Gamma Delta 24,
Sigma Pi 4; Phi Beta Pi 8, Alpha Chi
Rho 3; Kappa Delta Rho 18, Delta
Upsilon 14; Alpha Tau Omega 21, Phi
Delta Chi 9; Hermitage 18, Phi Kappa
Psi 9; Phi Chi 18, Zeta Psi 6; Delta
Chi 24, Delta Tau Upsilon 8; Trigon
21, Zeta Beta Tau 13; Tau Delta Phi
18, Alpha Kappa Kappa 4; Kappa Nu,
26, Alpha Sigma Phi 19.
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NEBRASKAA1'S NEXT FOE
I OFII1AWKEYE WRESTLER~Sf
IOWA CITY, Ia., Jan. 2.-Se'
Icure at the tot; uj the Big Ten
western wrestling division for
a few weeks at least, Iowa's mat[
men, who beat Wisconsin lastI
weelf, will not compete again
until Feb. 5 when Nebraska' will
be met at Lincoln.
The Cornhuskers, although a
non-conference team are regard-
ed as the big match because of
the ancient rivalry between the
two universities. The Confer-
ence race will be continued when
the Minnesota team comes to
Iowa City on Feb. 13.{
Of the four decision matches
taken from Wisconsin, three
were won by new men. Weir,j
115 pounds; Strubbe, 125 pounds
and Yegge, heavyweight are the
wrestlers who came through in
their first intercollegiate match.
INDIANA WIL ENGAG
'PURDUEEFIVE TOMORROW
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Jan. 21.-
Coach Everett Dean's Indiana univer-
sity basketball team will engage the
strong Purdue five here tomorrow
night in the annual state school con-
test.
This game will mark the high spot
of Hoosier basketball for the two rival
quintets. Over one-third of the Big
Ten schedule will pass with the fray'
and the result will leave the winner
with a fighting chance for Conference
honors.
Indiana's invasion of the we'st last
week did not add anything to Dean's
championship aspirations. However,
the "Scrappin' Hoosiers" will have a
chance to return favors to the visitors
on toe Bloomington floor later in the
season.
Indiana has not dropped a single
game on the local floor this season,
Miami, Wabash, Kentucky and Minne-
sota all falling victims to Indiana's
offensive machine here.
Th'e Boilermakers polished off Ohio
and Northwestern on the Lafayette
court and Chicago at Chicago. Ohio
downed Purdue at Ohio.
The two state rivals have broken
even in games played during the last
three years.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
cne Classified columus.-Adv.

BUCKEYES BOAST
OF' FIVE VETERANS

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Two Of RegularsI May Be Forced
Tomorrow's Meet By Injured
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By Norman Seigel, Sports Editor
Ohio State Lantern
COLUMBUS, O., Jan. 21.-Coach
Mooney will have a veteran squad to!
send against the Wolverines when the{
Ohio State matmen open the Confer-
ence season here Saturday night.
The match will take place at the Coli-
seum following the Ohio State-Iowa
cage fray.
The Buckeye grapplers have five
men back from the 1925 squad and a
number of scrappy sophomores. The j
"O" men include Spider, a lightweight
last year but now listed as a 125
pounder; Hosler, 135 pounds; Cap-;
tain Watkins, 155 pounds; Roshon,f
f a 175-pound man; and Whitacre, a
heavyweight. Among the newcomers
who may appear in the State lineupt
are Weiss in the 115 class and Bealt
who takes them on at 125 pounds.
Last Saturday, the State contingentt
walloped the University of Cincinnati1
matmen by a 6-0 count in the season
opener. Whitacre, the best of the1
Buck heavies, did not get a chance
to show his wares as the down state
boys had no opponent for him.
Preliminary tryouts for the various
'places on the team are being heldt
this week, and Coach Mooney will not
pick the men who are to meet the
Wolverines till the day of the meet.r
Al Haft, who coached the team last
year, is assisting Mooney in getting
the men in shape, during his spare
moments.
The Buckeyes may be minus two of
their stars when they clash this week-
end. Both Roshon and Vercoe are1
on the shelf with sprained shoulders.
Should these two be forced out of
competition the Michigan squad will
attain a favorable edge.
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Reports to the effect that Hugh Mc-
Quilan, right hander of the Giants
staff, has broken his hand in conflict
with a taxicab driver, have been de-
nied by the pitcher's uncle, Paul Mul-
ock. McQuillan says Mulock has sus-
tained no injury of any kind.
Want a room? Read Page Seven
and use the Classified columns.-Adv.

Wisconsin Team
To Meet .P!urple
In Crucial Game
MADISON. Wis., Jan. 21.-Smarting
under the surprise defeat at the
hands of University of Chicago, Coach
Walter E. Meanwell's Badgers are
now preparing for a crucial test that
will present itself in the form of
the tomorrow's opposition, when
Northwestern university, with a quin-
tet of high class veterans will be the
Badgers' opposition.
The Evanston team has shown to
date a mighty offense that is sure
to give the Badgers trouble. "Moon"
Baker, football star of the purple is
the real leader of the basketeers and
is ably seconded by White, Fisher,
Mathews and Christman. With the ex-
ceptions of Fisher, these men are
playing their second year together.
Coach Kent has these men mould-
ed into a fine working machine that
bids well to push' the Badgers down
another notch. The pair of defeats
handed the Purple have come from
the strongest teams in the Confer-
ence and have been by the slim mar-
gins of two and three points.
The Badgers have been worked hardJ
for the coming tilt as Meanwell plans,
to polish up his offense for the Purple.
The Badgers fumbled frequently in
the Saturday clash, Behr and Hotch-
kiss being. especially guilty of this
misplay. The work of Merkle and
Barnum was consoling light in the
Badger defeat.

SEXTETPRCIE
AT FIELD0 HOUSE
Ice Permitt ig, Hockey Squad Will
Open Season Tomorrow?
Against 31. S. G.
MERELY KEEP IN SHAPE
Although the weather was consider-
ably colder yesterday afternoon and
last night, the ice at the Coliseum
was not ready for use and the Varsity
hockey team was forced to miss prac-
tice for the fourth time this week.
A cold wave has been predicted and
Coach Barss feels certain that the ice
squad will be able to practice tonight.'
Captain Reynolds and his cohorts
have been working out at the field
house for the past few nights. These
practices serve in so far as they keep
the teami from going stale and aid the
pucksters to retain their form, but
no actual team play or practice of
any sort can be held off the ice.
At 7:30 o'clock tomorrow night the
Varsity will meet the Michigan State
team in the first game of the season
for both schools. Michigan will go
on the ice with Captain Reynolds at
center, Sibilisky and Levi at the wings
and Gabler and Roach at the defense.
positions while Weitzel will play goal.
Denton will surely enter the fray at
some time at one of the wings and
Bissett, a new man, should be called
upon to show his wares at either wing
or defense.
Little investment-big returns, The
Daily Classifieds.-Adv.

COACH FISHIER TO STARIT
BASEBALL PRACTICE FEB. 3
Coach Ray Fisher of the Var
sity baseball team announcedI
yesterday that practice for 'bat-
( tery candidates will begin at
( 2:30 o'clock Feb. 3, at the field,
? house. Members of last year's
team will receive uniforms from
the athletic association, but
others are requested to bring
their own equipment.
Candidates for other positions
on the team are requested to
report at the same time and
place one week later, and all
men not on last season's squad
are requested to furnish their
own equipment. A large turn-
out is expected as graduation
has thinned the ranks of the
regulars and substitutes on the
squad of a year ago, and there
are a number of positions vacant.
Open All-Campus
Bowling Entries(
Entries are now open for the all-]
campus singles and doubles bowling
tournament, and should be made at
the intramural office or at the Union
bowling alleys.
Pairings will be made between se-
mesters and immediately after the
start of the new semester, the first
round will begin. The tournament will
be conducted on a straight elimina-
tion basis.
Silver loving cups will be awarded
to all tournament winners while gold'
medals will be given to the runners
up.
The White Sox will be pitied aga nsl'
no major league lub(1 1urim,-i spring
training trip unl it reaches Cc,:s- ;
key park on the day of the operUi
game in the American league.

MATMEN TO LEAVE11
Baker, Solomon, Kalies, Cranage, Don-
ohue, Campbell Certain Of Wrest-
ling In First Xeet
TO MARK KEEN'S DEBUT
Coach Keen and seven members of
the wrestling squad and the trainer.
will leave at 9 o'clock tonight for
Columbus where they will meet Ohio
State in the first wrestling meet of
the year.
Three of the seven men who will
make the trip are veterans of last sea-
son, and one of them, Captain Baker,
did ,not lose a match last year.
Baker will wrestle in the 115 pound
class, Solomon in the 125 pound class,
Kailes in the 135 pound class, Cranage
in the 145 pound class, Donohue in
the' 158 pound class, Campbell in the;
175 pound class, and either Grieling
or Preston-in the unlimited class.
The meet will mark the debut of
Coach Keen as wrestling coach for the
Wolverines and the coach has been.
working his men at top speed in ord-
er to insure a victory. Heavy pracq
tice, and a match a day has been the
order all week, but today the team
will indulge only in a light workout:
Ohio has an exceptionally strong.
team with more than half of the con-
testants veterans, and the Buckeyes
should prove a worthy opponent for
the Wolverine grapplers. A large
turnout is assured as the meet will
be held directly after the Iowa-Ohio
basketball game.
DETROIT.-Mrs. J. J. Kennedy was
re-elected president of the Detroit
women's swimming association at the
annual meeting of the club last night.
Mrs. Kennedy asked to 'resign but
resignation was not accepted.

Ty Cobb, Detroit Manager, pitched
one inning last season, that being in
the final game of the campaign against
St. Louis.

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