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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 19 1927

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WOLVERINES LOSE TO;Nb GU SI ED
WU~lllL0 UOLBY TEX RICKARD
M, C, SCORE 113
Tessen Puts Puck Into Michigan' Net
For Only Gounter Of Game In
Second PeriodM

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PLAY EXCEEDINGLY FAST
Outscored but not outfought," Mich-E
igan's Varsity hockey squad sue-j
cumed to the Michigan Collpge of
Mines last night at the Coliseum by a
score of 1-0. Tessen made the goal
about the middle of the second period,
and from that time on play was ex-
ceedingly fast.
By winning the final game of the
,series the College of Mines was able to
earn An even break in the two game
series, and left for Notre Dame last
night in much better spirits than they
were the night before. Oddly enough,
both games ended in a 1-0 score.
For the second day in succession,
Captain [Jones of Michigan covered
himself with glory, having a total of
17 stops o his credit, and were it not
for his superb playing the score
would undoubtedly have been larger.
He 'was aided in his fine work by
Cabler, who again bore the brunt of
the weak Michigan attack, although
badly handicapped by an infected
hand. The general play of the Wol-
verines was much improved over that
of Monday, but they still lacked the
necessary punch to put the puck into
the enemy net.
Time and again throughout the
three periods the local squad was in
position to score, yet. something,
usually a Mies player, interfered
with the purpose at hand, and the
opportunity was lost.
The first period opened with fast
skating and frequent chances to score
for both teams, but scintillating work
by the rival goal keepers prevented
any score.
During the second period the fast
play was continued, and near the mid-
dle there was a general mix-up in
front of the Michigan goal, at which
time Tessen chose to make his name
famous, and shoved the puck over the
prone body of Jones.
In the third period Michiganftried
desperately fo overcome the lead, but
to no avail, and the game ended with
the visitqrs on the long end of the1
score.
The Athletic association announced
last night that the two game series
with St. Thomas college has been
cancelled, and on Saturday the Wind-

Mike ICeTigue1
One of the participants in Tex Rick-
ard's elimination tournament to select
the opponent who is to meet Gene
Tunney, present holder of the heavy-
weight crown, in a championship bout;
next September.
CANCEL HOCKEY GAMES
Due to inability to complete ar-
raiigements with'St. Thomas college,
the two hockey games, scheduled to
be played Friday and Saturday at the
Coliseum have been cancelled.
sor Walkerville Technical school will
play at the Coliseum.
The line-up:
Jones ... ,....... G............ Pesin
Gabler.......... RD........ Crawford'
Roach ... ....... LD ...........Latva
Larson .......... C .......Kolehmein
MacDuff ........ RW ............ Roy
Sibilisky.......LW.........Tessen
Goal-Tessen, 1. Substitute~: Mich-
igan-Marshall, Wetlauffer, Denton,
Copeland. College of Mines-Mason,
Gillis, Nelson. Penalties - Roach,
tMacDuff, Crawford.
LANCASTER, Pa.-Five colleges
met here and made definite arrange-
ments as to the abolition of athletic
scholarships. The schools were Dick-
inson, Gettysberg; Ursinus, Muhlen-
berg, and Franklin and Marshall.
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WITH LANDISMA
Showdown Will Be Made On Status Of
Cobb And Speaker At Meeting Of
Owners At Chicago
"VERBAL BOMBING" ENDS
(By Associated Press)
CAICAGO, Jan. 18.-Verbal bomb-!
ing ceased on the American league
front tonight as Kenesaw Mountain
Landis, baseball's $65,000 a year ruler,,
returned to Chicago to face Ban John-
son the American league president,;
and his eight club owners, in the show-
down next Monday on the status of Ty
Cobb and Tris Speaker.
Commissioner ILandis, occupied for1
the last two days with baseball meet-
ings in French Lick Springs, hurriedly
concluded the conference today, so he
could return and prepare for the ses-f
sion he requested with the American
league club owners and Johnson.
The meeting will be the first step
that organized baseball has taken in
the open towards clearing up the cloud
of speculation that has engulfed i
Speaker and Cobb since publication of
charges that they conspired to fix a
baseball game between Detroit and
Cleveland in 1919.
- Johnson from his strategic head-
quarters, declined to throw any moret
bombs into Landis' lap as he has done
for the last two days. Johnson, how-
ever summoned the directors of the
American league to meet with himE
here next Sunday. This meeting, call-.
ed a day in advance of the session with
Landis, is planned so that the Amer-t
ican league directors can decide as to,
the course they will pursue when theyE
go into the room with him the follow-
ing day.t
Comiskey, owner of the Chicago
White Sox, and rated as Landis'
staunchest supporter, suddenly can-
celled plans today for an extensive
trip through Florida so he could at-
tend the special meeting called by
Landis.
The owner of the White Sox and
Johnson have been enemies for a num-
ber of years. Comiskey championed
Landis' cause when the former Feder-
al jurist was elected commissioner
seven years ago. and only two years
ago delivered an impassioned anti-
Johnson speech at the meeting at
which Johnson's authority was reduc-
ed to almost a whisper, and at the
time he was removed from the base-f
ball advisory board.

23, are still up in the race for the
title with three wins and only one
loss, followed, by Iowa and Purdue,
each with two victories and one de-
feat.
Illinois is the only other quintet
maintaining a respectable percentage
with two wins and two losses, the lat-
ter by one point to both Ohio State,
29-28,,and to the Wolverines Monday
night, 25-24. -'
Coach Dean's Hoosier five, an out-
standing favorite earlier in the pre-
season ratings, will meet with the1
Michigan team at Bloomington Satur-
day in what is expected to be the fea-
ture contest in ;early season competi-
tion. Included in the list of Indiana
victims are Wisconsin, Minnesota, anl
Northwestern, of which only Wiscon
sin is thought of as a strong team.
Both the Michiga& and Indiana
teams have met the Gophers, and com-
parative scores reveal almost nothing
to indicate the probable verdict of
the conflict between the leaders. The
Michigan-Minnesota game resulted in
a 31-20 score, while the Gophers bow-
ed to the Hoosiers by a 37-24 margin,
in both cases by 13 points.
Wisconsin, by defeating Ohio State,'
conqueror of Illinois, and also down-
ing Chicago and Northwestern has
established itself as a recognized fac-
tor in the final' outcome of the Con-
ference race, especially if Tenhopen
or Kowalczyk develop at center.
The loss of such men as Spradling,
Cramer, and Neuman has seriously
affected the Boilermakers as their de-
cisive defeat at the hands of the Iowa
five showed, and they are not expected,
to finish among the top-notchers.
Chicago, Ohio, Minnesota, and
Northwestern seem destined to take
the lowest positions in the standing.
Chicago, however, with Captain Sac-
kett, Hoerger, and McDonough, is
strong enough tortopplecthe leaders,
as the 33-30 overtime contest with~
Wisconsin Monday night almost
proved.
PARIS-Paul Doumer succeeds M.I
De Selven as president of the Senate.

Russell Baker
Varsity wrestling star, who is up-
holding his phenominal record of
having lost only one decision in his
career as a Wolverine matman.
THE WEEK'S
SPORT CALENDAR
TODAY
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ey, Union po.l.
SATURDAY
Basketball-Indiana, there.
Wrestling - Michigan State,
field house.
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Indiana - Michigan BAKER CONTINUES Basketball Popularity Gains As 8,500
- WINNING RECORD-
Tied For Lead In WN N RD Attend Home Game With Illini Quintet
Basketball Stand in &
Starting with a handful of enthus- maintain the sport, because, inaddi-
iasts in 1919, Varsily basketball has tion to equipment and traveling ex-
Two of the four joint holders of the now developed to such a degree here penses, basketball must phy it share
Conference basketball championship that 8,500 persons jammed Yost field of the operating expenses of the field
of last season, Michigan and Indiana, house Monday night to see the Illinois house. The deficit, as in the case of
are again deadlocked after winning - game. other sports, is wiped out 5y tl foot-
all three of their encounters from Big In a like manner, the box-office re- ball surplus. At the present time In-
Ten opponents. ceipts have grown to a figure approxi- diana is the only Big Ten school at
Dr. W. E. Meanwell's Jadgers, bare- mating $850 for home Conference which basketball is able to support
ly edged out by Indiana last week, 28- 1 games. This iigure will not entirely itself.

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