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WED~NESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1927 TPMCIAJf fV t YA%' *%~ t~*~ a.

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WRIClEY TO CONSIDER Wolverines.Did Not
Defeat Illinois On
H LSWIMPLANS Luck, Mather Says

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"Some people around here have the
Proposals Are Now Under Advisement idea that Michigan was badly outplay-
For Second tataIina. Trial ed Monday night by Illinois and that
Exclusively For WM( naen it was nothing but luck tht brought a
win to the Wolverines when' Capt.
(By Associated Press) , "Pu" Daugherity was taken out late
LOS ANGELES, Calif., Jan. 1.-- in the game on fouls," Coach Mather
Tiaf William Wrigley, Jr., Chicago said yesterday afternoon, "but this is
manufacturer, may sponsor another far from the case."
$25,000 Catalina channel swim such as "Everybody seems to forget that:
that of last Saturday, except that the Michigan's 31-29 loss to Illinois last
contestants would be exclusively year came as a direct result of Cap-j
women, became a possibility today tain Doyle's being removed from the
following the announcement that the line-up on peesonais. Nobody said a
proposal was under advisement. woidJ about that," the Skipper contin-
The announcement was made last ued. "As for which team played thej
night by Oscar Reichow, business better ball it was just about a tossup.j
manager of the Los Angeles baseball The guarding of both teoms was ex-
club, which is owned by Wrigley. tretuely close throughout and there
Reichow, who was Wrigley's chief were few times when me:n were
lieutenant in Saturday's event, said if 'loose'."
another contest is fostered, it would Although the Michigan team had dif-
be held sometime this summer and fiR#tty in shooting baskets, the close
would provide $25,000 for three prizes. guarding of the llinois five was as
Swimmers Lose Status much responsible as any other factor,
The recent deep sea derby which according to the Skipper. It is true I
was won by 17-year-old George Young that the Illinois quintet made one
of Toronto, created a new crop of moire bas et than the Wolverines, but
professional swimmerg, for virtually several of the Illini baskets were
all of the 102 entries were amateurs sparkling long shots from the middle
before undertaking thle 'feat. E- of the floor while Michigan's points
trance in the prize competition, how- came after the ball had been worked
ever, diisqualified them for futrther down the floor and inside the 17 foot
amateur swimming. zone.
Those who wish to regain their "Daugherity is a great player, al
amateur status will have to retire good guard and has a wonderful eye
from the professional game for five had the game in his hands several
years before they again will be eligi- for the basket on either long or short
ble to compete as amateur, acording shots," said the Skipper. Lindsay who
to amateur Athletic union rulings. times and failed to make good four of
For Young, who alone of the large five free throws, played a good game
field, successfully padd1led across the at center and, according to Coach
22 mile passage, it Meant the loss of Mather, should develop into a wander-
his prized standing as a Canadian ful player in another year.
amateur. But also it meant a net Everything turned out just right as
profit of $15,000. to substitutions. Captain Chambers
Young On Vaudeville Stage was tiring rapidly under the heavy
Younghas answered the call of the barrage of the Illini when "Bo" t.eo-
vaud3eville stage and. it is said will 'lenda was substituted. Molenda fu "n- 1
realize $1,000 a night for a brief ap- fished the added weight and speed for
pearance. the Michigan attack when scoring was
Two other contestants, Miss Martha at a standstill. Then when Petrie was
Stager of Portland, Ore., and Mrs. forced out on fouls, Chambers stepped
Margaret Hauser Hof Long Beach, gave. back into the game and in adldition to
up their amateur standin.gs, but each supplying the final points that were
received in return a $2,500 prize for needed to win the game, he was the
their pluck. They swam for nearly 20 main factor in stopping the Indians'
hours and were the last to leave the offense under the basket. His close
water. guarding and work at breaking up the
Reichow further revealed that Mrs. visitors' attack was most instrumental
Charlotte Schoemmel, star New York in cinching the game for Michigan.
women's swimmer, who was forced to It was just another one of tho e Il-
drop out in the recent marathon be- linois-Michigan games," said ather.I
cause of an injured leg, planned to Xast year they won by two points, the
come tb the coast to participate in the year before was a one point affair, and
event Mr. Wrigley stages a swim for the last year the Kipke played Michi-
women. gan came within a single point of
beating the Illini out of a champion-
Gus Weitzel of Detroit established ship on the Illinois floor. It makes noj
a new world record- in the skate run- difference whether the two teams are
ping broad junp when he leaped 22 good or weak, it is always an excit-j
feet, 9 inches. L ing game."

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