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PA( E' SIX

THl MICA-IGAN DAILY

j1lDAY, JANUCARY V , I:19-I

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HA*NKEYES PREPA REDj Ree
TG MEET MqATNHMEN

mber This Qu artet Of Wfi,-. ,i~sTe~he~sHdT~J ~~IHSL
Well, One Of Them, Edd>e CoAIins, Has Returned To Mack FRTNIYR
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ISwimmers To Enter CATA L ET RW
State Championshi.ps '- M VRTYEST R
C1iMichigan's tank team will enter the c .
state. A. A. U. swimming meet to- ___
W it morrow night in Detroit after a weekfWhnte2-ieC aiecanl
I~i of excellent performances toppel(d by hnte 7ml aal hne

Came With Michigani Will Mfark F
vial Dedication Of Mtammo th
Field House
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IOWA CITY, Jan. 13.-With first
place standing in the Conference
championship now hinging on the x -
sult of the Michigan invasion, Iowa's
basketball team will engage the Wol-
Verines here tonight in a game which
will mtwk the formal dedication of the
new field house.
The Hawkeyes, with successive Big
Ten victories over Chicago. and. Pur-
due, are prep~ared to repel the attack-
of Coach Mather's quintet in an effort
t o keepY their slate clean. Indications
are, however, that the unbeaten Mich-
igan team will present a powerful
five in the opening lineup. A win by
Iowa will probably drop the front
place Wolverines into the second di-
vision.

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lowa Lineup Vlnel iniged
Iowa will probably lineup with the l
same team that has faced the other
Conference opponents, Coach Sam
SBarry. announced tonight.' Captain
II ogan and McConnell will be at the
guards, Wilcox at center, and Two-
g-ood, and. VanDeusen at forwards.
THarrison and Phillips, veteran for-
wards, and Lawson, guard, are the
best reserves.
Coach Mather announced before his
departure fr~om Ann Arbor that he{
may shift his lineup, but it is probable
that the team which downed Minne-
sota, with Oosterbaan and Petrie,
guards, McCoy, center, Harrigan and
Captain Chambers, forwards, will
start the game. 1-lowever, the show-
ing of Schroder, lanky pivot man, and'
Molenda, guard, may cause a complete
change, the coach 'announced. Schro-
der may be started at center, with
Molenda replacing Petrie, if there is
a last minute shift. Martin, a for-,
ward, is! another' possible starter,
while Rasnick is likely to be in thei
lineup before the game ends.
Both Teamis Show Power
The Hawkeyes, with both of their
wns on foreign courts, will be a hard
team to defeat on their home floor.,
Hogan and McConnell have --proven
to be an impregnable pair of guards,
and the chief strength of the Iowa
five has been found in their powerful
defense. The offense, however, is far
from weak. Wilcox, center, is good at
takig the tipoff, while Twogood and
V~an Deusen are adept floor man; thel
atter is also an especially good per-[
former around the basket.
The Wolverines will likewise pre-
sent a strong aggregation, although
the defense is not so powerfully rated. 1
SOosterbaan, according to critics, is ncft
yet 'entirely accustomed to handling
*the guard berth, but makes up for
whatever weakness hie has shown by
proving a valuable factor in the scor-
ing- machine. Should the veteran Mo-
lenda be sufficiently well trained to1
be substituted into the regular quin-
t et, the Michigan defensive strength
will be greatly increased.
In Harrigan, forward, the Michigan
team has one of the best floormuen in
the country, and along with Chambers
will probably form tihe strongest com-
bination that the Iowans have faced
this year.
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f Phi Chi I~adng Professioli~l j the sno ing in the allcampus eet; wmo 4,0 us eistdy
FradrijiieIon Wenesday when the Varsity menz Lyle Hubbard, former Michigan tank-
lwrdthe [Conference ~ecords in -an and bck trke champion of the
SX EENS LJII'LILJevnt.Bigo en'wile ,ng the contest-
_______ Coach Mann will enter two teams'
'n3i ia }m stl pot er in the 400 yard relay. The same con- ants. ,1fe is given a good chance to
ficialy (completed Wednesday vtli bination that broke the Bi Ten recordVarnty seniacoing oa beigrank-
: & k . ~~~~~~~~~~Theta Chi faent leading i the m i the~ 200 yard relay in the all-campus Vriy;wnrigcah en ak
-- fraernit i~ Imeet will swim that event tomorrow claogi(sc e sNra
raefrthe championship by a margin1edaogdesc inn sNm,,
night. Ross, whn i the biggest-faorteto
o 18 points, This yea's program -rlltdadSidl h undi ake his wa across the channel.
consisted of tournaments in speedballHbadwshefrtNiIvrn
( ~~cross country, dual swimming, wrestl-godtmsithbaktrkinhe Iul1dwate itVovrn
inhadall-adca r )1.Sg a mps meet are entered in the natator to annex a Conference slim
' lpa n lce scod wil Pihandicap back stroke event, championship and is rated as oe~ of
Alpa M plcedseond whle hi Wagner who holds the state chain- the best backstroke men fie Maize
t ~Chi, ranking sixth in the completepro- pionship in the A.A. U. 220 yard free and Blue have ever had as well a,
gram, was first aniong the professional ,style will not compete, being supreme in Big en circles.
r hn , .,<( ';wti raternties.
I I Delta Sigma Pi took honors in the:4llillllt111Ilii119llil911111Itillllllilli6NS10EIl'
s ae fspeedlail c'otests while Phi Kapal
Th; lead ini cross country. Phi Beta Delta -
J' h accomlplished1 a record feat by winning
IA'1fldYd both i he wrestling and handball titles. .
Toutarid The*s~ r~ swimming and water polo titles !..
' -otwere the last to be settled, Bet
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.' ~~clse a a marked increase being-
4 r% .. shown in talent along these lines. !=..
IIntraural officials state that with Ie
^ ,"f ~ the increased nmber of men siging I
I up for events in their department, the
resent apparatus and room alloweds+
+ " .'them is entirely inadequate and until1 -
r s t the new field house which is to be builtl
____________ at Ferry field espeially for their de-" "
i ' tC OI~tS Iparmen, is comleed, lttle expan - The new Johnston & M.G. urphy
Conne Mak's1nfilde~ -Pst ad Pescit Ision will be possible.T
Cone aks nildr -Ps ndPeelt, Tabulated standings of the leading Sprin oxford 1 here, In
_____ __________________________________________________________ fraternities follow: p ..~ sI
Th ormen above ought to be ht h .......7 cthMis. After the 1914 Wa~ld series, i has given way to Rcay Schalk as bdt a man- Thetga ACh .... ... ........3791'I blackn
~rec~nied y al ol tie flloersMack broke up his great team, sat- Ialter and has been traded to,-te Ath- Beta Theta Pi .........3
of baseball, for they made up one of Phi Beta Delta .........322 A new wie oe-a'
the greatest infields the national pas-feteing his ment over the league. Eddie let ics again where he will be captain~ rte ..
time has ever been privileged to see. Collins and Joe Jackson were among and second baseman, a valuable as- Kappa Nu ................ '0/2
Thy ome tefaou ld$10,00the men who wvent to the Chicago set to Mack. Collins and Mack both Ph"Ci.............28
infield of the Philadelphia Athletics White Sox. Jackson was barred fromn seem pleased with- the deal. Collins PiSigma Kappa...... .271 1 3 o1) -y
in the , good old days, prior to the baseball after the 1919 scanfdal, and is still one of the greatest second Phi Kpa...26 Jw
breakup of 1915, and one of them, Collins was involved in the recent in- i~iasenmen of the game while his matesi h Sigma Delta ........2396
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teld bos, ConesMck.udy etmJd e Lndi. ln ihteoli ihr eieifo h aeo'lae University of Cincinnati tennis play- I
IThe great infield,, reading from left Collins, for years the field leader er aeusn lmstnecursrTe Ti/e cyp&A ne j4
ter knw Cni ak cue en a ahrcekrdcres aemare rusiglientthancacourts,he
tright above, included Frank Baker, of the White Sox and mnager- of the , ar moeTrsientthaNcly curt,
Jac Barry, Eddie Collins, and Stuffy Chicago team for the l st t o se m ,ian as a r ul a efastertw o6IIseasonII HIIIII IIIIII111*fl11 102W1111111Im ilm :6and16tas a. resulti111 rr f ser;______________________________________

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