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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JANUARY 16, 1927

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were held
Wealth Of Matgrial In Sticker Squaden J.hel
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Michigan Game intensive
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The me
Coach Ruby's highly touted Illinois events, bi
basketball team, determined to prove ascertain
the stumbling block in the march of coming a
the undefeated Michigan quintet, will ral of th
invade the Wolverine stronghold at .outs in 5
7:30 o'clock tomorrow . night at Yost mile can
field house. the 880
The Illini, credited with oneof the thereaou
strongest teams in the Conference, .through
are prepared to dislodge the Wol- singer o1
verines from first place in the chain- quarter n
pionship standing, and must win in rell is mm
order to remain among the leaders in several o
the titular battlie. had their
Despite the fine form that the Illi- as paces
nois five;has shown since the start of didates.
the regular Big Ten competition, the Prouta
lineuil for, the game with the Wol- vaulters,
veriies still remains somewhat ude- ;ud sbow
cidee Captain Daugherity, a. veteran, ran anoth
and Dorn, flashy sophomore, are cer- with hon
tain to start at the 'forwards, but the was vork
rest of the team remains a problem.
Lindsay, who has been used quite Schroder
regularly at center may be selected pivot pos
for that position, but Tarwain has the defen
sho;n good form and may replace!
him. Reynolds is a sure starter at Indiana
one- of the guards, with either Rea, Evanston
Gamble, Wachowski, or Daib at the Chicagoa
other gpard. games se
The personnel of the Michigan line- programt
up for the game is much less difficult Althoug
to determine, although it is not is rateda
known just how Coach Mather will Purple, tb
juggle his lineup. As a result of the early sho
showing of the team against the the probl
Hawkeyes it is probable that the same when the
combination will be used that started has devel
the Iowa game, with Captain Cham- binationm
bers and Oosterbaan, forwards, Mc- a battle f
Coy, center, and Harrigan and Petrie, Though
guhards. Should this quintet prove cago have
ineffective, the skipper may shift the ular com
same men about, with the possible garded a
substitution of Molenda into the line- Badgers h
up. Harrigan may be used at the for- ting their
ward berth with Chambers, with Mc- Conferen
Coy at center, and Oosterbaan, Petrie, to furnish
or Molenda at the guards. Also ball follov

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Illinois elays
r Saturday afternton drills
d. yesterday by Coach Steph-
rell. The men are rounding
)e rapidly, but there will be,
work and time trials until
tof next semester, the- first
the year being the Illinois
eb. 26.
en were timed in all the track
but with the object only of
Ang how fast the men are
long in their training. Seve-
e quarter milers took work-!
55 and 56 sec. and the half
didates were asked to run
yards in 2 min. 5 sec. or!
uts. All the dash men went'
starting drills. Nate Fein-
Ilast year's team paced a
mile in less than 55 sec.ar-
aking use of Feinsinger and
of the other men who have
three years of competition
setters, for the Varsity can-
and Northrop, two best pole
took workouts in this event
wed well. Jones and Cooper*
her dual in the high hurdles
ors about even and Lasser
king on the lows.

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'WITH WINTER TRADESi
Acquisition Of Hornsby Fills hole At
Second; Relly, Lindstrom, Jackson
Round Out InfieldI
GREAT PITCHING STAFF
(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Jan. 15.-John J. Mc-
#r(Graw, the master mind of the New
York Giants, who sits on the bench
and pulls the strings while his base-
ball marionettes go through their
stunts on the diamond, consumed two
of his characteristic team building
trades this winter that is expected to
make his club one of the strongest
biddersfor the flag that is emblematic
4of the championship of the National
leaue
I On top of the signing of Rogers
Hornsby, the only man that ever
piloted a team to a world series vic-
. ,tory and found hiniself playing with
I another team the following season,
the Little Napoleon took over I3ur-
leigh Grimes, the veteran spitballer
of the Brooklyn Robins.
Hornsby will round out a glitteringI
! 6 infield. There will be George Kelly,
the4 slashing hitter at first base, the
;great Hornsby himself holding down
second, Travis Jackson at shortstop,
j and Freddy Lindstrom, the youngest of
--- -the lot, holding down the hot' corner
fielder, and Freddy Hofmann, some- at third base.}
hom were with the Yankees in 1925, Under McGraw's direction, GrimesI
Red Sox when Bill Carrigan leads should be good for 25 wins, and in
he Sox obtained both players from the l addition the Giants will have Tyson
ation a short while ago. land Young in the outfield, Virgil
ay oust Rigney from the shortstop !Barnes and a few other good ones to
atcher right now. Both men have had do some pitching, McMenemy, the
eady to star. catcher of the American association
and several other players who can
carry out the directions of the man-
s Large Increase ager.
The acquisition of Hornsby by Mc-
Graw was a trick of fate. Rogers
price brought the income, used for succeeds Frankie Frisch, the Ford-
upkeep, to a point where it nearly ham Flash, who held the second base
equals the earnings of the higher job until last summer, When he play-
price~d swims of a y ear ago. ed hookey.
Althoughsthe ool is o.en butHornsby could not come to terms
Although the pool is open but two with Sam Breallon of the Cardinals,
weeks in D cember, 2495 students pur- and the spot was just right for the big
chased swimn tickets. In December of trade, whereby Frisch will do his sec-
1925 the number of swimmers was and basing in St. Louis,'and Hornsby
1495. will work for McGraw.

"Buck" Weaver, After Six Years, Hopes
For Chance to Redeem Himself In Majors
CHICAGO, Jan. 15.-Will Buck leged he had knowledge of the Crook-
Weaver, after an absence of six years edness and failed to reveal it.

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from the majors be seen in the uni-
form of the Chicago White Sox this
summer? The experts concede he has
more than an outside chance.
Buck Weaver was one of the eight
Chicago American League players
ruled out of professional baseball be-
cause of the 1919 world series scan-
dal. At that time, Weaver was con-
sidered the greatest third baseman 'in
the game.
In the mountain of evidence that
was piled up against the suspected
players, it seems none directly con-
nected Weaver with the scheme to
throw the series. He had the bars
put up against him because it was al-

Weaver contended he had not part
in the doings, received no money) from
the gamblers and played his best to
win. The records of the series bear
him out, because his play was the
outstanding feature of the'series. He
made Heinie Groh of Clncinnati; his
greatest rival for third base honors,
appear as if he was hog-tied.
Here is what Weaver did in the
1919 world series betweenV Chicago
and Cincinnati. He made 11 hits in
34 times at bat, an average of .324 and
handled 27 chances without an error,
many of them being verxy difficult.
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ition in order to strengthen!
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will play Northwestern atj
and Wisconsin will meet
at Chicago, in the other
cheduled on the Conference
tomorrow night. '/
gh the strong Hoosier teamj
as a heavy favorite over the
he game may be closer than
owings indicate. Faced with
em of building a new team
season started, Coach Kent
oped his men into a fair com-
which may be able to furnish
for the invaders.
both Wisconsin and Chi-
e already been beaten in reg-
npetition, their fray is re-
as an important one. The
have always been slow in hit-
r stride, while Chicago, the
ce "dark horse" is expected
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Varied styles of stout skits.
Also skates and tobggans.
Everything in Athltfic
Equipment.
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Next to Armade Tleatre

Pee Wee \Nanninger, young in
what experienced catcher, both of w
may be in the line-up of the Boston]
his team onto the field next April. Th
St. Paul club of the American associu
It is possible that Wanninger m
post, and Hofmann is a big league c
major league experience, and seem r(

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Twice as many students have used
the Union swimming pool in the last
three months of 1926 as did in the
same months of 1925, according to stat-
istics compiled by Matt Mann, director.,
The difference in rates is partially
due to the increased usage. In 1925'!
each swim cost 25 cents. Last spring
the price was reduced to 10 cents a
swim. The popularity of the lower

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HOT ROLLS WITH BUTTER
SALAD-HEAD LETTUCE WITH CREAM MAYOINNAISE
VEiGETABLE-CREAMED LIMA BEANS
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DESSERT, CHOICE:
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An Unusual Opportunity
To buy clothes for Spring at a
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Every bit of thrilling action registers when Cine-
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jingle bell ride over the snow-movies everywhere
and you'll want them.
It's easy with Cine-Kodak. Let us show you
how with the wonderful Eastman-mi.de outfit. See
at our store the new Model B; fixed focus, hand-
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