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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESD

AY, JANUARY 26, 1927

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MAT[NWIL M[[TTHIRD ANNUAL TRIBUNE GRID
TROPHY AWARDED TO FRIEDMA!
PURPLE AT EVANSTONi ~

Hoosier Tank Team
X To Open Wolverine
Schedule Saturdayl
Wolverine swimmers will open their
1927 Conference schedule at 7:30:
o'clock Saturday night in the Unionj
pool when they will meet the Univer-
sity of Indiana's strong tank team.
Following the swimming events,
Michigan will play the Hoosier water
polo team. Added"features of the meet,
will be attempts to break the existing
records for the 600 and the 750 yard
backstroke relays. Four men will par-
ticipate in the former event and five!
in the latter, each man swimming a
total distance of 150 yards.j
DETROIT MAY GET MEET
(By Associated Press)I
CHICAGO, Jan. 25.-J. C. Stewart,
president of the Western Lawn Tennis
association, has announced that thej
national clay court championship!
tournament undoubtedly would be
awarded to Detroit, correcting the im-
pression that the event 4'ould be held
in Indianapolis.

BAKER TO FACE
PURPLE MATMAN
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Russell Baker, Michigan's stellar
115 pounder, who has recovered sufli-
ciently from his recent illness to make
the trip to Evanston with the wrest-
ling team for the first Conference
meet of the season with Northwestern.
Baker was unable to wrestle against
Michigan State last Saturday.

WOLVERINES TIGHTEN HOLD ON
FIRST POSITION IN BIG TEN RACE
By defeating the Minnesota five Mon- Chicago fives, who present an unsur-
day night, Coach E. J. Mather's Wol- mised source of opposition. Nels Nor-
verine basketball team firmly en- grens' Maroons are rapidly developing
trenched themselves in first place in to a stronger team, while the Boiler-
the Conference standings with five makers are never weak. This 'year,
victories and no defeats, and also with Cummins to lead a powerful at-,
shoved the Northmen deeper into the, tack, they are not to be takpn too
ruck with a record of six losses and lightly.
no wins. ___________________________
Northwestern, defeated five times,,I
and Chicago, with one triumph over BIG TEN STANDI GS
Northwestern and three trimmings,
form with Minnesota the "little three" ,'W. L. Pct.
at the bottom of the Big Ten pile, ICHIGAN ....... 0 1,000
these being the only squads not main- Wisconsin .......4 1 .800
taining the .50,0 percentage. Indiana..........3 1 .750
Wisconsin holds second position, Purdue ..........3 1 .750
being defeated only by Coach Everett , Illinois ....... ... 3 V .600
Dean's Hoosiers, and the Cardianlsare Iowa.............2 2 ..500
followed by Purdue and Indiana quin- Ohio State .......2 2 .500
tets, each with three wins and one loss. , Chicago.........1 3 .250
Illinois stands fifth with one more Minnesota ........0 5 .000
loss, and Ohio and Iowa are tied, each Northwestern ....0 6 .000
with an even break in four encoun-
ters.
Michigan, although at the top of the
list, has yet to meet the Purdue ands RAD THEW T ADS

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Change

in Time

Effective Sunday, January 30th, train No. 52 will leave Ann
Arbor for Toledo at 4:05 P. M. (Central Time) instead

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M. (Central Time) as at present.
Ann Arbor Railroad

Third :annual Chicago Tribune tro-
phy which was awarded to Benny
Friedman, captain of the 1926 Michi-
gan f ootball team, as the "most useful
player to his team." The presenta-
tion was made Monday night between;
the halves of the Minnesota-Michigan'
basketball game by Harvey T. Wood-
ruff of the Chicago Tribune sports
staff.
Friedman was the choice of ten
coaches, nine officials, Commissioner
kriffith, and Mr. Woodruff, who com-
posed the committee for the selection.
He gained twice as many votes as
Herb Joesting, Minnesota's all-Ameri-

can fullback who was
highest choice.
The award, a sterling

the second
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ball of regulation size, is now on dis-
play in the Calkins-Fletcher State
street store. Grange of Illinois won
the honor in 1924, while Tim Lowry
of Northwestern received the award
in 1925. The choice of Lowry, a cen-
ter, indicates that it is notalways the
ball carriers who are the most valu-
able to their team. Carl Green, '99,
originator of the trophy idea, was
present Monday night for the pre-
sentation.

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