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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MICHIGAN PUCK CHASERS PLAY WISCONSIN TO I

!-1 TIE

REYNOLOS SCORES r'pect For
AT CLOSE OF GAME Are Not Good

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With Three Minutes To Play Captain
Reynolds Ties Contest With 1
Pretty Angle Shot
BADGERS HERE TONIGHTl
Michigan played Wisconsin to a 1-1
tie in a fast overtime game at the
Coliseum last night. It was Michi-
gan's first conference game in defense
of her last year's championship title.
With but three minutes to play, I
Captain Reynolds unassisted rang the
bell with a beautiful angle shot, tieing .
the score and necessitating a ten mn-
ute overtime period. The play in this
final period was exceedingly fast but
no scores resulted.
Wisconsin made her score early in
the final quarter . Jansky, right wing,
after a short -dash down the ice, sent1
the upuck towvard the net. Wecitzel
madeuthe stop, but Jansky, sl ting ,
fast, caught the rebound and sent it
into the net.
Michigantfailed to take advantage
of a chance to score in the third per-
iod when Ruff, Wisconsin goal ten-
der, was penalized for checking and1
put off the ice for one minute: With
their goal tender out, the Wisconsin c
defense drew back, and by clever
safety playin 1naged to hold the
Wolverines ..e s til Ruff again
took the ic I ig scored a fewl
minutes later with Reynolds' shot.
The work of both defenses, coupled
with the stickwok , fitJansky and
Capt. Reynolds, featured the contest
Time after _ti Roach, playing de-c
fense for Michigan, broke up the Wis-
oonsin combination play and cleverly
brought the puck, up the ice. Gabler1
playing the othe adefeil also showed
up well. Referee Bradield of Wind-
sor handled- the game very creditably.e
The second game aginst Wisconsin
will be playd tonight at the Coliseum
at 7:30 o'clock.
Lineups
]iichigan Wisconsin
Sibilsky ........RW........ Jansky
McDuff .........LW....... Ledicker!
Reynolds ........C............ Gross
Roach. -.IA) ......Murphy
Gabler.....I. ID........McCarter
Weitzel........fQT........... Ruff1
Summaries-Goals: Jansky unas-
sisted, third period; Reynolds, unas- I
sisted, third period. Substitutions,.c
'Wisconsin, Whiteside for Jansky,
Neebone for Ledicker. Michigan,
Hooper for , ";ton for Reyn-l
'olds, Erheart-for oper, Fisher for
Sibilsky. Penalties, Sibilsky, Fisher,1
Reynolds, Murphy and Ruff. Time of
periods, 20 minutes. Referee, Brad-'
field, Windsor.
COIMPETITION- KEEN IN
FRATERNITY JASKETBIL
Competition in the iterfraternity
basketball tourney has become keen-
er, and as yet the teams to enter the
second round have not been decided.
Fifteen ga es1vere played Wednesday
while 8 were played Thursday.
The fourth round of the original
grouping has been practically com-
pleted. The results of Wednesday's
games follow: Delta Chi 16, Trigon
14; Phi Sigma Kappa 11, Phi Mu Al-
pha 10; Tau Kappa Epsilon 13, Acacia
10; Sigma Phi 13, Alpha Chi Sigma 6;
Kappa Nu 14 Delta Sigma Delta 12;#
Sigma Delta Kappa 21, Theta Kappa
Nu 7; Tau Epsilon Phi 18, Alpha Kap-
pa Lpmbda 9; Beta Theta Pi 17, Theta
Chi 11; Sigma Chi 14, Theta Kappa Psi
A1; Theta Xi 12, Phi Sigma Delta 10;
Omicron 20, Phi Kappa Tau 2; Phi
Beta Delta 16, Delta Phi 9; Sigma A-
pha Mu 31, Sigma Phi Epsilon 5; Phi
Delta Theta 18, Pi Lambda Phi 5.
Forfeits: Alpha Sigma Phi to Delta
Alpha Epsilon; Phi Kappa to Delta
Sigma Pi; Triangle to Xi Psi Phi; Phi
Delta Epsilon to Phi Lambda Kappa.
Scores for the games played Thurs-
day are: Lambda Chi Alpha 17, The-
ta Delta Chi 2; Alpha Chi Sigma 10,

Delta Sigma Phi 9; Sigma Phi 25,
Acacia 4; Phi Kappa Sigma 25, Tau
Kappa Epsilon 8; Kappa Delta Rho
10, Phi Beta Pi 2; Phi Chi 16, Phi
Kappa Psi 3; Delta Chi 31, Zeta Beta
Tau 8; Delta Tau Upsilon 15, Alpha
Kappa Kappa 9.
DETROIT.-Although the University
of Detroit plays eight of its ten 1926
games of football at home, it will
travel as far as many other teams,
because of the jump the team will
make to New Orleans to play Loyola,
and to West Point to play the Army.
SHORTHAND
TYPEWRITING
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With less than 35 men out for base-
ball and a shortage of infielders and
outfielders, the prospects for a win-
ning baseball team are not as good as
they were a year ago when there was
a veteran for eight out of the nine'
positions.
Pitching appears to be the only
strong point on the Michigan team.'
Last season's veterans, Walter and
Jablonowski, are again ready for
mound duty, while Thorne who has
been unable to pitch for the past two
seasons, appears to be of Varsity
caliber. Baker is the only veteran
back in the catching department.
The infield presents a problem to
Coach Fisher with only one regular,
Captain Wilson at first base, around
which to build his inner defense. 'Gil-
bert and Loos, two sophomores, with
little actual experience Hare the only
other men whose ability as infielders
is known. Loos has had experience
at second base and Gilbert played1
shortstop in high school. Ben Fried-'
man is going to try and break the
precedent that football captains are
usually catchers and try out for third
base.
Little is known about any of the1
outfielders other than Pucklewartz,
who will be back at his old positionI
in center field. Lang, a sophomore
has a reputation as an outfielder, and,I
besides these two athletes, little is
known as to who will form the outer
defense.
Coach Fisher is in need of more can-
didates for all positions and every
man on the campus who has had anyI
experience in baseball is urged to re-.
port for that sport. In the first bat-
ting practice yesterday a lack of
catchers was noticeable and any can-
didates for this position will be given
every consideration.
1FRATERNITIES WILL
BOWL IN SECOND ROUND'
Second round in the interfraternity
bowling championship will be rolled,
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday eve-
nings of next week at the Union. Out
of 42 teams in the qualifying round 16
were chosen to bowl in the second
round.
Members of each team will- bowl
three games each, and the scores will
be added to those of the initial con-
test to decide the eight teams toad-
vance to the third pairings.
rlhr f iw m to m will h wi lln.

WOLVERI-NES MEET
HAWKEYES TONIGHT'
Michigan ust Win In Order To Sty
In Tie For First Conference
Basketball Honors
MAROONS FACE BADGERS'
Michigan's basketball team, leader
of the Big Ten basketball race, will
meet the University of Iowa tonight
at Iowa City, while Wisconsin, who
has been sharing the premier honors
with Michigan team for the past week,
will meet Chicago in the other all-im-
portant game on today's basketball
program.
Michigan's place as leader of the
Conference race will be in grave dang-
er in tonight's game, a victory over the
Hawkeyes being almost imperative in
order to maintain the leadership. The
Wolverines have played only two
games on foreign floors this season
losing one of them to Syracuse a week
ago.
It is almost a tradition for Iowa to
win on its home floor, but Coach Math-

To Oppose Doyle

aHOOSIERS TONIGHT1
Both Teams Lost To Ohio State But
Coach Keen's Men Hold Edge
Over Opponents
BAKER FAVORED TO WIN
Michigan's Varsity wrestling team
meets Indiana tonight at Bloomington
in their third conference start of the1
season. The outcome of this meet
will give a fairly accurate idea of
Michigan's championship hopes.
Both squads have been beaten by,
Ohio State, but judging from compara-
tive scores, the Wolverines hold a
slight advantage over Indiana. How-
ever, Michigan has been weakened
since the Columbus meet by gradua-
tion and ineligibility. In all events,
the competition should be keen.
The Hoosiers are not the strong1
outfit that set the pace for the Con-
ference in the past two years, but
they have been showing steady im-
provement and recently gave North-
western a decisive beating. The
Evanston team was shut out entirely,
Captain Tim Lowry, of Northwestern,
being the only member of his team toI
really make the match interesting.
Captain Baker will represent Mich-
igan in the 155 pound class and is
counted upon to win his bout. Solo-
mon, at 125 pounds, lost his match at
Ohio State, but has been showing
steady improvement and won a de-
cision against Purdue. The 135 pound
division has been weak, Michigan los-
ing to both Ohio and Purdue in this
class. Kailes will wrestle at this1
weight tonight.
With Cranage ineligible, the 145
pound weight has been seriouslys
kweakened. Galsterer has shown to
the best advantage among the new
men. In the 158 pound class, the out-
look is much brighter. Donahue has
been doing consistent work all sea-
son and is considered as sure a point
winner as Captain Baker.
Coach Keen will put Rich, another
new man, in the light-heavy weight
event. Although Rich has only been
eligible since the start of the semes-
ter he seems the logical man to fill
the hole left by the graduation of
Campbell. George, substituting for
Greiling, who is out with a broken
collar-bone, will meet Fisher in the

Big Ten Rife
'Matches To
'Start Monday
The University rifle team will begin
firing in the Big Ten matches begin-
niug Monday, Capt. G. W. Dunn, of the
R. O. T. C., who is coaching the squad
announced yesterday. Michigan will
shoot against Indiana and Ohio State.
The team has been practicing since
last fall and, though hard hit by grad-
uation, is expected to make a credit-
able showing. Captain Dunn has used'
new men to take the places of those
who graduated.
Scores of the match with Indiana
and Ohio State will be forwarded to
the National Rifle association at Wash-
ington, D. C., where xthey will be of-
ficially tabulated. Meanwhile the
three teams will wire each other of
I the unofficial scores' Saturday night
and a tentative standing, unless a tie
score results, will be obtained.
Michigan will shoot against the oth-
er Big Ten teams as follows: Iowa
and Minnesota Feb. 27; Wisconsin,
March 6; Illinois and Northwestern,
Aarch 13. Fifteen men will shoot,
the highest tean scores to count. Men
will fire from the four positions, prone,
kneeling, sitting and standing. This
week the men are firing against the
University of West Virginia and Maine
university.
PURPLE COACH TO OPEN-
TWO COACHING SCHOOLSi
EVANSTON, Ill., Feb. 12.-Two.foot-
ball coaching schools will be conduct-
ed by Coach Glenn Thistlethwaite of
Northwestern university next, summer.
The first school will be held at the
University of North Dakota from. July
112 to July 26. The second will be con-
ducted at South Dakota from Aug. 19
to Aug. 30.
Coach Thistlethwaite will have com-
plete charge of both schools and will;
present an extensive course both in
lectures and field work. Many ath-1
letes, who are interested in the coach-'
ing game, have already signified their
intentions of attending the schools.
final event of the evening, the heavy-
weight battle.
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'STARS MAY BE ON
HAND -FOR TRICK
Hester, Leshinsky, Two Star Sprint
Men, May Ile Available For Coach
Farrell's -Squad
PROUT TO BE ELIGIBLE
As yet Coach Farrell has not re-
ceived notice from the committee Sxn
charge of ineligibilities in regard to
the status of the doubtful men on the
track team, but he is hoping that
some men who were prevented from
performing last semester may be able
to compete this season.
Hester will in all probability be eli-
gible to compete and it is likely that
Leshinsky will also remove the ban
that prevented him from competing
last year, although noth'ing is definite
as yet. With the addition of these
two men the.Varsity squad will be
strengthened to a great extent,t as
sprinting looked to be rather a weak
department upon the graduation of
hubbard and Wittman last yer.
Prout, a pole vaulter, seems to have
met all the necessary requirements
and he too will be able to compete in
the coming indoor season. At pres-
ent Northrup and McClellan are the-
only pole vaulters on the squad and
the eligibility of the latter is still in
doubt.
Teams will be entered in all the re-
Ilay events, as well as individual per
formers in the dashes, hurdles and
field events at the",Illinois indoor re-
lay carnival at Urbana on Feb. 27.
Trials to determine which men will
make this trip will be held Saturday
Feb. 20.
On March 5, Coach Farrell will take
a squad of 30 men to Lansing to com-
pete in an indoor meet at Michigan
State college. This squad will include
a two mile relay team composed of
those men who did not make the first
Varsity team, men in the 40 yard dash,
high and low hurdles, pole vault, high
1jump and shot put. The large num-
ber of entries will give the coach an
opportunity to see his men who are
not individual stars, in competition.
t ROOKLYN. - Ray Moss, pitcher,
has been signed by the Brooklyn
Dodgers. f,
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er has been drilling his revamped team
i npreparation for the fast attack that
the Iowa, quintet displays on its home
court. If Harrigan and Chambers-can
break away from the close guarding of
Hogan and Captain McConnel, Mich-
igan should hold the large end of the
scoring. In turn, the Michigan guards
will have an unusually difficult time
watching Phillips, star forward of
Coach Barry's squad.
Wisconsin wil lmake a strenuous at-
tempt to avenge the defeat the Uni-
versity of Chicago five administered
to the Cardinals at Madison last se-
mester. All season the Madison team
has been playing a fine game and have
showed that an inexperienced sopho-
more team can tally large scores
Hotchkiss is an exceptional forwarc
and will bear watching. Coach Nor-
gren will count on Babe Alyea to lead
the Maroon attack.
The Ohio State-Illinois game at Ur-
bana will also demand the attention
of the cage fans.
Atfer the outcome of the Northwest-
ern game at Evanston last night, th
j Buckeyes are particularly anxious tc
meet the Illini. Illinois will have a
chance to avenge the defeat suffereC
at the hands of the Buckeyes at Col-
umbus.
The Hoosier basketball fans have
an important game scheduled in the
Indiana-Purdue game at Lafayette.
Spradling, lanky Purdue center, is
leading the Conference for the high
scoring honors, but he may find Beck-
with, Sponslor, and Krueger to be too
strong.

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Harold T. Miller t
Tall Iowa center, who will jump
enter against Michigan's captain in,
omight's game at Iowa City. Miller,
>esides being a star cager, is catcher
)n the, baseball team. This lanky
center has played noticeably well all
season and ha~s taken the floor against;
each one of the Hawkeye opponents
throughout the current Conference
race. Six feet two inches of harold
Miller will furnish the 'Wolverine
leader with something to worry about
when they clash at the jump.
ROCKFORD, III.-Rex Enright, all-
western Notre Dame football star, and
Miss Alice Thoren will be married at
the home of the bride's parents here
tomorrow noon. They will go to Cali-
fornia on a honeymoon trip.

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Th'e fonowing Leams wi o~li
the second round: Monday-Phi Sig-
ma Delta, Phi Sigma Kappa, Alpha Chi Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha. Wednesday-
Sigma, Beta Theta Pi, Phi Gamma Phi Kappa Sigma, Alpha Delta Phi.
Delta, Phi Rho Sigma. Tuesday-Sig- Alpha Kappa Kappa, Nu Sigma flu.
ma Delta Kappa, Sigma Chi, Sigma
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