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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WVEDNESDAY, MTARCH 2, 1927

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WOLYFAINUINIET SHIO OD INA AI Mchigan Mat Squad S~LOUIS CARDINALS HA, VE SPN
Will Lose COnly Two,* RTG BAD O 12 LS
C TSSITCICOA'EF flVeterans This Year ..1

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DEPEND ON DEFENSE
"l1ichigan shouldl will her remiain-
ing two games and the undisputed
basketball championship of the Wes-!
tern Conterence unless some decded
upset coies about," according to1
Coach Edwin J. Mather. "One o the
best reasons for saying thins in addi-;
lion to the play showan by the team ofn
late is that tho men realize thatt
n either the game with Chicago nor1 the
onc with Iowa is a set-np. This should
be sufficient guard against any over-
confidence that may arise." A
Although the Maroons were corn-'
pletely outclassed in the game here,
the Skipper pointed out that the Chi-
cago quintet has had almost a per-
petual jinx oni the Wolverines on their fs
home court. In the last several years,
no Wolverine five has won at Chicago
by more than *a few points although ! 1
margins of 15 and 20 points have been!
run up here; in several of the gamesI
on the smaller Maroon court, Mich- ' c.Ed ~aibr
igan hones have met severe set-backs.' Whose close guarding was one of1
This fact combined with the Chicago the features of the game with Purdue1
defeat of Indiana a few weeks ago Modylimeswstemi o
give clear indication that Michigan in the Wolverine defense which held i
raust be a the top of her game to be the sharp-shooting Boilermaker quin-t
..l fvitry et to seven field goals.c
Hfarriglan To Oosterattt The great improvement in the
The Harrigan- Oosterbaan eombe-I guarding of the Michigan cagemen can1
tion has proven to be the most efe be attributed in a large measure t the I
tiive scoring agency in the Big en fn defensive play of their captain. t
as is amply shown by their standing( Chambers will lead the Wolverines f
among Conference scorers. GOster- against Chicago Saturday on te lat-I
baan's 17 points nut him within strik- trta' oefooadwl ly1
Ing distance of Daugherity, Illinoisit
leaerwhie iariga retsin hir 1the last game of his college career,
place four points back of his team- Mrh7 gis oai h otfe~
mate. With two gaines left to play, the house.
Wolverine pair stand excellent (
chances to Bns assT~uherity since the Jack Delaney' S Alibi
mlini, have only one contest remain- D1 no n e
The Michigan defense, however, is :-
an equally gratifying factor accord-,
inig to Coach Mather who nmade the (By Associatd 1'res)
statement that "no team can beat us NEW' YORK, March 1.-The New
with the defense we had Monday night; State athletic commission today took
against Purdue." The work of Capt. a long swing at fight alibis in general,
Eddie Chambers and Ernie McCoy in j and at excuses for Jack Delaney's de-
completely breaking up the Boiler- feat in particular.
makers' efforts at passing, was her- Receiving a report from its own
haps the most brilliant that has been citizen, Dr. W. Ti. Walker, that he
displayed in the field house. Purdue! found "nothing wrong" with the light
scarcely was able to complete more!I heavyweight champion, immediately
than one pass on a play in Wolverine after his recent fight with Jim Mva-
territory after the first few minutes loney, the commission passed a rule
and time and again a Purdue man excluding all ~octors from boxing'i
'would be set to receive a pass only club dressing rooms except the of-'
to have Chambers or McCoy step in flcial examiner, uless special per-
front of him and dribble down the mission be granted by the board dep-E
dloor with thef ball. ty in charge.
Iowa, Purdue, and Indiana, the Reports that Delaney entered the
three teams besides the Wolverinest ring with muscle injuries niear his
Who are conceded a chance at the right elbow and that his eft wrist!
Big Ten title, all have ganes Satur- I wsfudafter the fight to have ben
day night and a loss will practically fractured, were contradicted by Dr.;
eliminate any of them. Each of them Walker. T1he commission examiner
has lost three games while the Wol-
verines have only two blemishes on I7
their record and seem extremely un
likely to add more than one more We Are Tailors and Knom)
which means that the Hoosiers, Bol-1
ermakers, and Hawks must winl all!
their remaining games to have an out-C
side chance of tying for the champion-! Cos
ship.
Ohio Shiows Imiprovement
While Purdue should, on paper,!
have little trouble with Minnesota and:
,while Indiana should dispose of 1x o c a
Northwestern, Iowa's task is not soi
easy for they -must conquer the .iil the stoc
troublesome Buckeyes. Ohio State has Siswt Exra Trousers or
already dealt death blows at Wiscon- i hs 1Iiikers
sin and Indiana and Purdue in recent $50
games and their defeat of the Haw$45 40 to
eyes would not be in the least sur -
prising.j These prices will mean 1T
Northwestern has shown consider.
able improvement in her recent games compared our values. An out
as evidenced by their holding Purduel topcoats in the adopted cutsf
to a three pint margin, but they will fabrics and colors.
find Indiana a strong opponent. 1ii u HbrdshrnD-
nesota, playing its last game of the OrHbrahr ea
season on its home court, will have an! See for yourself.
added incentive against Purdue. I-
linois also finishes its schedule Satunr-dab
day and will battle with Wisconsin
for places in the first division. " 1

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\Vl lchgln';' \wreslingtIPIemi
:110e.t.;. 1 f 1 i a s Iatnuim V a rdav
a 1.1oo "iiat Urban,1' tu~ o et ct'nk:mia11h,
lt'clllh)2rl'so°0 th1 o\V veti; 2,n Ito
1,1il~en hi.a;,her e e' aA a \ ',Tt lv
wrestler.
1' :es s 4 :", t) r ,;:i c."fat i : a pr
ineligibility, it should torm a nulew-,
f:, r another winning outit next year.
1nsselIl Baker, who is undoubtedly
(YiS< of the leading 115 poundesa in the
Coniference, will c'ofplet' his third
successive season of Big Ten comp%_-
I itiln when the Wolverines meet the
111ini Sal iurtIay. Dering this time the
ichia star has never been defeated
in dual meet competition, and has lost
only one match. This single reverse
Was experienecedat the hand f t 1h
Conference title hoder in the inci-
vidual (championships umeet , whe
'lakes, wrestliug bis first year as a
member of the Varsity, lost by a de-
ision in overtime periods.
Last season the clever 1.15 pouder
caplta ined the Wolve rine matm en who
closed tie seasont with decisive vi-
tories5 over Northwestern, Chicago,
and Michigan State. This seaon la-
ker his scored impressive vitoris
in all of the six meets in which he
has competed, and holds third ps-
tion in the Michigan scoring c'olumnls
with a total of 18 points.
Dick Preston, the only other nme-'
ber of the Varsity who will not be-
available next year, has wrestled in
the 175 pound division in three of the
four Conference mreets. As a freshman
be won his numerals in wrestling anld
the next year he was awarded an!
AMNA as a member of the Varsity
squadl.
Solomon. 125 pounder, Watson, 15
pounder, Sauer, 145 nouder, Capt.
Donahoae, 158 pounder, and Rich, 15,
will all be able to compete next year,
From the reserves Coah leen wrill
have Kiles and Rubin, it5 poundrs,
Naglekirk and Hardin, 125 iounders,
Finley, 135, Warren, 145, Hager, 175,11
and Prescott, heavyweight.
sai(d he visitedl Delaney in the dress-
ing room after the contest and watched
him unlace his shoe, "freely using his
10 f n e s t o s , s o i g t eewas nothing w rong w ith him ."'
"Delaney showed no evidence of
any injury to his hand," Walker re-
ported, asserting the Bridgeport
fighter told him le was unhurt.)
"Anything printed since then concer-
Sig injuries is undoubtedly untrue,"
jWalker concluded.
j GYMNASTIC TEAM E
All mlen wishing to try out for the
gymnastic team are requested to re
port at 2 o'clock today at Watern
gymnasium.
-Dr. May.
How to Buy GoodClothes

XWIGHTMAN CUP TENNIS OOTRANEC D
N MATCH TO BE HELD IN 00STIH0A
s U. S. AGAIN THIS YEAR I B IG TJIN C0PfliM
NE W YORK-It was announced by'th Unt d S a e L wn T ni s oI-
citeontedattesLntenniasso-tchThe 17 lpoints that Bonn }e 0051 e-
ciato htth nentonlmt baan nmade in the Purdue game
j or the Wightinan Cm) will again take brought him up from fourth in the
+ jplace in the Uited States. The for"- jBig Ten scoring race to second, four
mal challenge of the English Lalwn1 points behind the leader Daug-hcrit',
Tennis association has been receivea. I of Illinois, who was he l to two(
The trophy,. was offered by Mr's. H-11 ints in the Wisconsin gme-n. liar-
I zel igidan iti 192,"; this will be the rigan by- making fourteen p)oints in
fifth< clash b: h z'Lw«nonz teamxs of the Purdue game boosted his total to
the two countries,; each having wonI 1 93, two points ahead of the fourth
i he cup) twie. The _Americanx team place Hunt of Ohio State. Daughmerity
wonm at Forest.IHills in 1923, but were now has 101 points while Oosterbaami
cldef ated in 1921 and 1923>. Last year has 97, Harrigan 93, and Hunt 91. In
the Amxeri(ca players, Miss Mary K. three gaines Oosterbaan and Hiarr;-
Browne, Mis<s Elizabeth 'Ryan, Miss gan haveo come uip) fromn 10th and I 1 th
Eleanor Goes and 'INlrs. Marion ,Jessup, places respectively to second and
iroumght the cu,) back to tlhis coup- ;Third.
r. Mla alry hentonl Daugherity has lbut onme more game
Mrs. Mlla Malory, hena ionlto play in while Oosterbaan and lIar,-
chamxpioni ,is exlpected to play this I rig'rn have two to g o.
year, a ; is 1\11iss Helden Wills, who was I _____________________________
sick before the 1926 matches at Wim EDTEW N D
bledmn.RE DT EVAN A

The St. Louis Cardinals"hoard of strategy" is sna pped meeting on the
field at Avon Park, Fla., where the world's champions are training. Left to
right: Bill McKechinie, former chief of the Pittsburgh Pirates; Manager
Bob O'Farrell ; and Allan Sothoron, coach of time St. Louis b~atteries.
Last' fall1 the Cardimnals surprised time baseball world by winning the
last two games of the world "series from the 'New York Yankees andl tak-
mug the series four gaines to three. Their suiperior~ team play coupled with
the wonderful pitching of the 'veteran Alexander brought. about the downfall
of the highly touted Yankees.

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