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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12. 1927

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WOLVERINES TO FACE
IOWA CAGERS FIA
ColachI Matffe Engages Team In Stiff
Szrimmge Againwt Pla(s Of
Iawkeye Qu-intyK
ILLINOIS HIERE MONDAY

Swimmers Oppose PADDOCK'S
Frosh Team Today TOBE
Coach Mann's Varsity swimmin;
team will engage in the all-campus
swimming meet at the Union today in
preparation for the next Michigan
state A. A. U. championship meet. Thie
fteam that will oppose the Wolverines
will be compsed largely of memlexM
of the freshmen squad.
The Michigan relay team, to be com-f
posed of Capt. Samson, Darnall, Wat-
son, and Batter, Bement, or Hubbell,
will meet a fairly strong group in
Walaitis, Hosmer, Seegar, and Walker,
and although the regulars are ex-
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Faced with the hardest eight day!
schedule, a Michtigan basketball team!
has had in several years, Coach Ed-1
win S. Mather began preparation yes-
.rday afternoon for the first of three
stiff games, that with Iowa - Friday
night which will feature the dedication
of the new $500,000 ,Hbawkeye field
house.
A scrimmage was the order for the
Varsity squad with the seconds using
Iowa plays garnered by Coach Math-
er who scouted the. Iowa-Purdue tilt
at Lafayette Monday night. After the
game .with the Hawke yes, Michigan's
quintet will hook up with Illinois Mon-
day night here and on the following
Saturday will travel to Bloomingtonf
to play Indiana. The Illini are always
ough for Michigan and Indiana isl
-ratid the strongest five in the Confer-!
en ce.
tiowa Rccover From Slump
The Iowanrs seem to have recovered.
co-:pletely firom their pre-season
!,lump during which they lost two
g'ames and flashed great power in
downing the Boilermakers 39-25. Pur-!
due beat Ohio State 37-25 Saturday1
after the Buckeyes had won their pre-
season encounters without difficulty
to stamp the Boilermakers as ranking
contenders in the Big Ten race.
The Hawkeyes played great basket-
ball, according tg Coach Mather and
have a "smart ball club.' In Twogood,
forward, and Wilcox, center, Iowa has
two sophomores who are "real ball
players," Mather stated. The Iowa
team displayed a smooth working
short pass at.tack in the congest with
Purdue and combined excellent :guard-
ing with an uncanny eye for the bas-
ket.
Iowa piled u an yearly lead and had
the game safely put away when the
first half with the score 28-8. in its
favor. Purdue braced during the sec-
ond half, according to Mather, but the,
lawks would have made any team
look bad playing as they were Monday.
The Hawkeyes shot basket after bas-
ket from long range, and at the same
time the guarding of Hogan and Mc-
Connell kept Purdue away frommany
shots close in to the basket.
Wolverine Defense Strong
Michigan's showing against Minne-
sota was gratifying in that the de-
fense of, the Wolverines worked
smoothly and held the Gophers to 20
points; The individual work of Ooster-
baan and McCoy was largely respon-
sible for the Michigan victory as the
Wolverines missed many shots, Har.
rigan, who ,played a phenomenal game
against Maryland, had an off-night and
failed to do effective work except
from the foal line.
Much depends on the outcome of the
Iowa-Michigaii game, as the, winner
will be automatically installed high in
the dope as well as keeping its slate
clear of defeat. If Michigan loses, it
will fall to the second ;division in all
probability, while Iowa will be secure-
ly entrenched at the top of the Con-.
ference with three wins. A victory for,
the Wolverines, on, the other hand,
will give them the confidence neces-
sary for the two succeeding engage-
ments with Illinois and Indiana.
Two Conference victories for the
I-awkeyes on foreign floors, conmined
with the added incentive of dedication
ceremonies and a possible Big Tei
championship have put tlle, Iowans on

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an interesting one.
In the 200-yard breast stroke, Shorr,
Varsity star, will face some strong
1 competition in Wagner of R. Halstead,
teammates, and Thompson, and Fech-
heimer, of the freshman team.,
Samspn or Watson, and. Darnall
will oppose Walker and. Hosiner or
Kearn in the 50-yard free style, while
Samson and Wagner will meet, Reif
and Frantz in the 440 swim. Spindle
and J. Halstead will swim in the 150-
yard bacl stroke against Werner or
Chaffee, and Shoor, brother of the'
Varsity breast stroker.?
The 220-yard free style event has
Fbeen omitted from the programn, but
in the 100 Samson, and Darnall or
Watson will, race against Walaitis and
Walker. Starret and Batter wil do
the diving for the Varsity while Rosen-
berg and Bailey or Lait willrepresent
the yearlings.,
The regular Wolverine medley team,}
composed of Batter, Hubbell, Shorr,
and Watson or Darnall will be opposed
by Chaffee, Thompson, Seegar, and
Shorr.
The regular swimmers should win
by a large margin except in one or
two events,.which:will be closely con-
tested according to Coach Mann. Capt.
Samson has turned in record perfom-
ances in all his events,, while the
other men ,have shown considerabled
improvement since the start of thel
!season.
A freshman water polo team, con--
sisting of Walker, Hosmer, and Franz,
forwards, Walaitis, Chaffee, and See-
gar, guards, and Spindle, at .the goal,
will face th : regular Varsity team tU
be selected by Coach Mann.
Following this meet, the team will
continue preparation for a hard
schedule, with many Conferencef
schools to be met in dual meets prior
to the Big Ten championship. Min-
nesota is regarded as the strongest
'competitors for the titular honors, al- F
though the Wolverines are generally
conceded to be one ofthe teams fav-
ored to take the honors from, the Go-
pers, defending champions.
edge and anxiou§ for a win over thel
Mather five which shared honors with,
them and Purdue and Indiana last[.
year.

STATUS AS AMATEUR layers Will Learn1
NV ETIG AT ED TOMOR ROW Landis Decree Today-
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CHICAGO, Jan. 11.-Twenty base-,t
sball .tars, half of them still in the
major league, will learn tomorrow;
whether Commissioner Landis be-j
lieves them guilty of "sloughing" the
;: Cicago-Detroit series in 1917 to help
he White Sx win the American
League prnnant.
Three managers are among the 20,
Ray Sr-halk, of the White Sox, Donie
Iush of the Pittsburgh Pirates, and
John Collins of the Des Moines,
Western League. Clarence Rowland
manager of the White Sox in 1917 is
now an American League umpire.
The other still active members of the
Detroit and Chicago clubs involved in
the charges of Swede Risberg and
Chick Gandil are: Eddie Collins,
iPhiladelphia Athletics; Kid Gleason,
coach of Philadelphia Athletics; How-
ard EhImke, Philadelphia Athletics;
, . . . . . 7....,
"......... Red Faber of Chicago White Sox.
IFGeorge Dauss of Detroit Tigers, Harry
Heilman of Detroit, Eddie Murphy of
I Pittsburgh Pirates, Dave Danforth of
........... Milwaukee, Red ussell, Indianapolis
Association; Roy Wilkinson of Louis-
:": r": ': . yule, Bob Veach of Toledo, Nemo
Liebold of Columbus, Oscar Stanage of
Nit Coast League, Oscar Vitt of Coasti
League, George Cunnngham of Birm-
ingham, Southern, and Byrd Lynn oft
Reading, Pa., club.
Having invited Risberg to make
lot'$. ipublic his charges at an open hearing,a
lock 'Use of Paddock's name in connec- Co misioner L an nowm fin
whose amateur tion with a gasoline advertisement the accused players guilty of throw-
ntly by the Na- prompted the national body to suggest ing the series, or else innocent. If
c union, will to Robert S. Weaver, president of the Landis absolves them, as it was gener-
outhern Pacific Southern Pacific association, that the y
U. for discus- matter be investigated and a definite rule against raising pools for an op-
alif., tomorrow. decision effected.

WRESTLERS.PREPARE FOR MA TCI-IES
WLTH CORNELL AND IOWA TEAC H EkRS
Seven-minute trial bouts were held Cedar Falls, Iowa, where the y i
yesterday afternoon between the lead-j engage the Iowa State Tea cher'. -
ing Varsity wrestling candidates of lege on Monday night. The team will
the 125 and 135 Pound diviskons, en- return to Ann Arbor on Tue iar of
abiing Coach Clifford Keen to delinite- next week.
ly announce the men who will con- The Wolverine team will be corn-
pose the team that will make the Iowa s
trip, with the single exception of the pased of Baker, 115, 4.agiekirk ,
representative in 75 pound division.' Watson, 135, Saner, 145, ruaho
In the 135 pound class, Naglekirk, 158, Hager or Creiling, 175, and Pr s
of last year's Varsity squad, gained a cott heavyweight. Of this n u inr.
slight time advantage over Hardin, 3aker, Watson, and Donahoe ar: v-
winning the right to represent Michi- erans from the 1926 team. Cornell
gan in this division. Sauer, all-cam- has an equal number 'of veteran grap-
pus 145 pound champion, will wrestle plers; Jones, 135, Appleton, 15,. and
in this weight by virtue of his time Wick'2, heavyweight.
advantage over Warren, fieshman star The bout between the rival carplens
of last year. Donahoe of Michigan and Appleton o
Coach Keen, the seven wrestlers, Cornell in the 158 pound divisio.a,
and a trainer will leave Ann Arbor should be one of the feature bouts t'
Friday afternoon for Mt. Vernon. the meet. Both of the men have e'xce-
where they will meet the highly touted ; lent records, although the Michigail
Cornell college outit which is coached star may encounter diffleulty beesnse
by Dick Barker, former Wolverine Iof the fact that the Iowa leader 'i-
mentor, Saturday night. From Mt. wrestling at 158 pounds this season1.
Vernon Michigan will entrain for rather than at 175 as last year.

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Charles Pad
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status, challenged recer
tioral Amateur Athleti
come up before the S(
association of the A. A.
sion at Los Angeles, C

PLAY IS STARTED IN
FRATERNITY TOURNEY
First round encounters in the in-
terfraternity basketball tournament
resulted as follows: Theta Kappai
Nu 8, Theta Xi 7; Delta Kappa Epsil-
on 30, Gamna Sigma 4; Delta Sigma
Delta 16, Phi Delta Epsilon 11; PhiI
Gamma Delta 19, Delta Sigma Phi 8;
Alpha Delta. Phi 9, Phi Beta Pi ; Al-
pha Tau Omega 10, Alpha Kappa Kap-
pa 8; Kappa Nu 28, Phi Sigma Delta
5; Kappa Sigma 7, Phi Rho Sigma 6.
F Theta Chi 12, Sigma Delt a Kappa 9;
Tau Epsilon Rho 13, Signa No 9; Sig-
ma Alpha Epsilon 9, H1ermitage 6; Phi
Sigma Kappa 9, Phi Mu IDelta 2 ;P'hi
Mu Alpha 14, Tau Epsilon Phi 9; Phi
Delta Theta 11, Phi Kappa Psi 3:; Phi
Epsilon Kappa 17, Acacia 8; Phi Chi
19, Alpha Sigma Phi 15.
Two overtime matches, Phi Chi vs.
Alpha Sigma Phi and Delta Sigma
Delta vs. Phi Delta Epsilon furnished
the keenest interest for the fans.

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.IG TEN STANi )aG
W. L.
Illinois .......21'0
Indiana .........2 0
Iowa ............2 0
MICHIGAN......1 )0
Purdue .........1 1
Wisconsin......1 1
Chicago ...k......0 1
Northwestern . . . .0 1
Ohio State......0 2
Minnesota .......0 3
. Game Tonight

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posing team for any purpose whatever,
- likely will be promulgated.
On the other hand, the Commis- I
F sioner heard two circumstantial
stories of the alleged crooked series
of 1917 and may surprise the base-
ball world by banishingsthe 20 play-
l ers, most of whom are now in the
twilight of their baseball careers.
For four days the Commissioner has
been studying the testimony, but so
far he has not called in the baseball
advisory council which was re-
organized at the December joint meet-
ing to include President Johnson of
the American League and President
Heydler of the National League, John-
son has maintained silence on the Ris-
berg scandal investigation and testi-
mony.

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dinners is an order of salad-
just one of the touches that
is fast popularizing our spe-
cial dinners each night.
Perhaps it will be one of the
following palatable salads-
Assorted Fresh Vegetables
with Mayonnaise
Russian Cold Slaw
Shredded Lettuce with
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Regular Dinners
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