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PAGE ___x _THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1927

A &A4- - m-&o "" % ! r f l- . Ia tN °A 1 1'r . - w--

CAG". EAMTOL[AI' ans A d D dgers Involved In Trade
Of Players For First Time In Ten Years
FOR IND A ACO TESTiI ..__ "
ioosier Offense To ye itted( Aga ust-
It iciigan Defenie IJ uame.
SOUAD STILL UNNAMED _ rI\k
Primed for the fourth Conference
game, a battle with Indiana sc hedul- \: .
ed for tomorrow night at Blooming--
ton, Coach Mather and his Wolverines
basketball team will depart at 94
o'clock tonight over the Michigan Cen-

tral railroad
The Skipper declined to name the
men who will make the trip, after the
practice session last night. Six men,
Capt. Chambers, Harrigan, Ooster-
baan, Mcdoy, Petrie, and Molenda are
certain to be among the nine selected,
while three more will be chosen from
the group composed of Rasnick,
Gawne, Martin, Barley, Reason, and
Schroeder. The selections will be
announced early this afternoon.
Wolverine Lineup Unchanged
With first place standing in the Big
Ten race dependent on the outcome of
the fray tomorrow, the coach has
pushed his team to the limit in an
attempt to develbp the combination so
that it, will work as smoothly as it
did against Iowa last week. Unless
the team is at top form for the battle,
the Hoosiers will have little difficulty
in winning, according to present indi-
cations.
Michigan will line up with the same
team that has opened its previous Con-
ference games. Capt Chambers and
Oosterbaan, wil. be at the forwards,,
McCoy at center, and Harrigan and
Petrie at the guards. Indiana is ex-
pected to start the same team that
has worked so successfully in all its
games. Capt, Kruger and Beckner,
forwards, Sibley, center, and Winston
and Correll, guards, make up the fivel
that will start against the Wolverines.
"We expect one of the hardest
games a Michigan basketball team
has ever had," said Coach Mather,
commenting on the prospects of the
game. "Indiana is a little better of-
fensively than we are, but Michigan
has shown 'better defensive form inI
most of its games.1
Indiana mats Floor Advantage I
"In addition to this, the HoosiersI
have a veteran team. Beckner and
Kruger are a fine pair of floor men,
the former exceptionally fast, and the,
latter an excellent shot. Sibley, cen-
ter, has shown up well in the combina-
tion, and is a very steady player.
Winston, towering above all the other
players in height, and standing much
taller than any Michigan man, has
proved a bulwark on the defense, es-
pecially in breaking up backboard
plays. Correll, though handicapped by
size, is also a good guard.f
"On the whole, the outfit is excep-
tionally strong, perhaps more power-
ful than any of the other Conference
teams, and we will have to be at the
height of form to win the game. Con-
ceding that the teams are almost
equal, it must be remembered that]
most critics grant a team a 10 point
advantage when playing on its home
floor, and this, added to the fact thati
Kruger, Beckner, Sibley, and Correll
are excellent shots, and have tremen-
dous floor speed, while Winston is a
remarkable back guard, will make
it a tough fight."
Despite 'the fact that Michigan willC
line up with the same five, the Skip-t
'per will probably shift the men if
the opening combination proves weak.
Molenda is almost certain to see ser-
vice early in the game.
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BRITISH CHAMPION Cummins, Flashy Purdue Sophomore, Tops
FLYWEIGHT, MEETS Western Conference Basketball Scoring
LA BARBA TONIGHT ____ ri
(By Associated Press) Sensational scoring by Wilbur and Daugherity, Ilinois, with 13, and
N,'\\ YORK, Jan. 20. -A wee .fht- C(unnins, Purdue's sophomore center, Oosterbaan, Michigan, with 12 for a i
man from 'eaotirdil a. ek, against the Minnesota quintet wnen total of 26 points. Uecause of the inability of St. Thom-
wil y m rta ahe registered seven baskets and eight Fisher, Northwestern, and Zimmer- as college to fulfill their contra'ct for
try tomr.rov night to take Gr eat foul throws for a total of 22 points, man, Chicago, head the other foul; two practice hockey games this week-
Britain its first worlid championship gave the Boilermaker star an average shooting leaders with 1 each and are end, Coach Joseph Barss will have to
sine a the days of Jimmy Wilde. the of better than 15 points for three trailed by Harrigan, Michigan, with be content with only one tilt, which
"mighty atom." Clark, hcl. r w the games to lead the Conference scoring 9, and Nydahl, Minnesota, Daugherity,I will be played tomorrow night at the
European flyweight title, mees Fidel by 10 markers over Otterness, Minne- Illinois, Behr, Wisconsin, and Otter- Coliseum.
La Parba, world champion fro: .tali- sota, another sophomore sensation. ness, Minnesota. Realizing the weakness of the Miclh
fornia, in a 12-round fray for the Cummins' 46 points represent re- iTwo men, Lindsay, Illino'p, and ig'an offense, yet handicapped by the
crown at Madison Square Garden. markable marksmanship when it is Hunt, Ohio, are tied for fifth position illness of Hooper and the injury of
Clark must match the ring sagacity considered that Otterness, with 36, with 28 points, while three cagers are Gabler, Coach Barass has been drill-
of a scarred veteran against the speed has played in four full encounters as deadlocked for the next rung in the ing his charges throughout the past
and confidence of youth in his quest opposed by the leader's three, as has scoring ladder. week in the art of putting the puck
for world honors. The 112-pound Daugherity, Illinois, with 34, andy These are Oosterbaan, and Behr and into the enemy's net.
Scotchman, who won the title in Oct- Fisher, Northwestern, with 32, both Andrews, both of Wisconsin, all of That the Windsor Walkerville Tech-
ober, is now 29 years old. La Barba of whom have participated in four whom have tallied 26 points. nical school will furnish stiff competi-
is scarcely 21. . games. B FT T tign for the Wolverines is a foregone
Clark bases his hopes of victory on: Fifteen field goals and 16 gratis Becker, Indiana .......10 5 25 conclusion, yet Coach Barss and the
furious hitting power. He has scored tosses are includ(d in the amazing Gleichman, Northw'rn . 9 6 24 entire Michigan teamp are confident
20 knockouts in 40 professional bouts. record piled up by the pivot man on Harrigan, Michigan .... 7 9 23 that they will give the visitors all they
The Californian, however, because of the Purdue five, which will not oppose -Nydahl, Minnesota...... 7 8 22Icare for. The game will start prompt-
his greater speed and sharp punch- the Wolverines until February 15 at Correll, Indiana .......10 2 22 ly at 7:30 o'clock and the admission
ing, has been made a favroite. i Lafayette. Otternces is listed second Nowalcyzk, Wisconsin ..10 2 22Iwill be 50 cents.
in the number of goal;; from the ield,. Kruger, Indiana.......1) 2 22
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Principals in Greater New York Trade

Although John McGraw, manager of1
'the New York Giants, and Wilbert i
Robinson, manager of the Brooklyn
Dodgers, once played together with the
famous old Baltimorq Orioles, they
have had little luck in dealing with
each other in building up their ball
clubs.
The recent deal which sent Burleigh
Grimes to the Giants and Butch Hen- I
line to the Dodgers from the Phillies,
is the first envolving the New York
and Brooklyn clubs in 10 years. The
last Brooklyn-New York trade, involv-
ing Lew McCarthy, Giant catcher, and,
Fred Merkle, Dodger second baseman,
was completed in August, 1916.

THE WEEK-END
SPOR'T CALENDAR
TOMORROW
Basketball--Indiana, there.
Wrestling - Michigan State,+
field house.
Hockey- Windsor Walkerville
Tech., Coliseum.
MONDAY
Basketball - Minnesota, field
house.
PHILADELPHIA.- Czecho-Slovakia
will compete for the Davis tennis club.

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