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MARONOUIT[ SE, taj'r Hockey'nanllOut .FOR ETT~ER RECGODS THIS EASON Co mcieback Attempt 'SWMESIL

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1 1rgreii robabl y Will VIw N Five
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(Special to The Daily)
CHIICAGO, March 2.- Awaiting an
opportunity to avenge the single point
defeat by the Wolevrines in 1924,
which forced the powerful Maroon
team f'rom its lead in -the Conference
race into a triple tie for the champ-
ionship withl Illinois and Wisconsin,
Coach Nels Norgren's erratic basket-
hall team is now prepared for the
Mlichigana invasion here Saturday.
The Chicago team, hopelessly out of
range of the title position, has shown
the most inconsistent form that a team
has exhibited here in many years,
and has been keyed to force the Wol-
verines from their league-leading post.
If the team runs true to the coach's
expectations, the Maroons will present
the smoothest working combination
that has represented the school this
Despite the great difference in the
showings of the two teams through-
out the season, and the decisive win of
the Wolevrines over Chicago, Feb. 22,
at Ann Arbor, the invaders will not
be a top-heavy favorite, according to
IShow' Reversal of Formi
The Maroons' record throughout the
season has been a very peculiar one.
After suffering ;successive defeats by
FPurdue and Indiana, the Norgren team
showedl a reversal of form in trounc-
inig Indiana onl its home floor. Chi-
caoalso threatened Iowa in the sec-
ond encounter, falling by a 25-23 score
in 11he closing minutes of the game at
lowa? City. An upset of the Wolevr-
ines would be well in keeping with the
Chiicaigo record to2 date.
The return of Gist, forward, who
wvas out of the Michigan game because
of illness, has strengthened the Quin-
t et. In the first game, the Maroon
coach 4Used Zimmerman in his placo
acid the team lacked punch. With Far-.
well at the other forward, Sackett at
center, and McDonough and Hoerger,
at guards, the combination should be
a well balanced one, with an especially
strong defense.
Farwell and Gist have shown well
as a floor combination, while Sackett
is efficirnt on the tipoff and a good
defensive center. McDonough and,
g Iloerger are rated as a strong defen-
sive pair, the former being a clever
ball handler and an adept offensive
Plan Closed Defense
Due to the failue of the Purdue
team to stop the powerful offense of
Coach Mather's men it is hinted that
Coaeb Norgren will play a tight five
man defense, altered somewhat from
its ausual game. It is Norgren's belief
that -Chicago's only hope of winning,
lies in the team's ability to stop the
.Michigan attack, since the defense of
the invaders is not coisidered as
strong Comparatively.
Little is known "of how Coach
TTather will arrange his lineup. HOW-
ever, clue to the team's overwhelming
victory, in the game against the Boil-
ermakcers, it is expected that the Chi-
cago defense must be able to check
the offense of Harrigan, Oosterbaan
and McCoy, and must prepare an at-
tack which can pierce the defense of
Chambers and Petrie.

Julte 'pai1 i T(:5 .suf'r'd in the (1>; AssociaitedI 'r'C~S)
Mieigon Wte; 1x(: !fy ga,"exhz° 4NEW YORK, March 2. -C(lashing
foIwo ad ec, l-a in what is s'enera ily accepted as a r
W 4olVeri l _ e s i to l).' be ontin - sendi-finl Struaggle of Tex Richiard's4
I ( to 1ile l1 \ erspit.' hospital. IlEa l? fheavyweight elimination tourney,
v'.a. 1~~i~l ,.L I '~1i ilt i1Afl WI) 211 e M c MTigue will attempt to extend
ha enbd hcd The injury onxe of th1e most remakbe oe
wSas not Ithought to0 be serious Ott fl tbcso pgbtchistory 2.t tile ex-
timle andE it Vas i5not until 115Is 'i:li 'll pneof' youthlful ,l aek S lxarhey from
fro li Vvscoie :ad tilfl~ot.ABoston in M:adison Sqcuare Garden to-
:trip thlat; Roach was a iit('l t iv. morrow ntight.
exetti th eddphysicians'; For 1t1Che2''i'rs. {?We SinCce Ii1Chlrd
I care. Roach Wtvill ph)Olta bly be uilab le gauthered the pick of the country "big
topa nteWsorngamcs. m 2en'' to fight it out for tile privilege
1Dur'ing hli:; absence from tile line- of cngaging Gene TIunnel,0 the battle
uCoc a'swill use Combs at de-. roulte will take two contenders over
fense.Cm' okin112lsseis the niaximum distance allowvedlraideir
of games mark E.ghim as c(*aaal(i~ of the law--15 rounds. For the second
first rate crv'ice fwhenever sent N:.l ':.,..:time Wit hin two weeCs a inear' capacity
a fray., throng; is expected to pour into the
{Y t OG T c~c game4s withj 5isconm _i , to iGE coffers of the garden, gross gate re-
played at Windsor, Ontario are sche eeipts exceeding $150,000.
duled for Satur°day, and Mondlay night ::t will be so far tlie greatest 'gate"
and Tuesday afternoon. Wisconsili.' McTigue has attracted in all his 1. 2
has lost the first three of its Confer- 77.E I years of battling. It also will bring
ence games, but is* now hitting a fas- MAkiUSj. 11m to a golden opportunity such as
ter stride. has comle to few veterans of 34 years,
The Ilad gers have a nu of foElat-.""...'.. r the winner of this melee is slatetd
rn on 01Pis Iteault te Mi 9i'aI _- " t to meet Jim Maloney of Boston in the
has been handicapped by lack of ice final round of the series to choose tihe
frequently throughout the hockey sea- ; hampion~s outstanding challenger._
son. Janshy and Lidechler were the Although they led the American; leadling in 1921, 1923, and 1925, whilte ___________
Imost aggressive players that the B~ad- League in hatting and pithing last' Cobb, now with the Philadelpia ath- SPORTS OF THE WEEK
gers had in the game against icih-sao eii aus fDtri n etics held the top place tor 12 years.
igani at Madison. It was mainily the I eaoge ilie ?In of CelaDetrei n] 31 Cll,whose pitching was largely
thruats of these? two men that etndr5Df llfor' the Indlianis'hwn
ed Capt. JoneS (of Ithe Wolverines, to Piouis to make even better rtceid'4s List. season when they gave the Yan- Swimming - Minnesota at
ma~ 9clear .,top: of the puck to 1 trehes I. great race up) to the closing MCHGN
prevent hle Badgers from scoring. A < ie<iar gf.;7st ,teyoil weeks of the campaign, finished with Stra
substitute center was sedt by the letitoteer as year is the, a percentage of .71l- for games won. Bsebl IHGN a
IWisconsin team, but Saturday. Mur-lw aeae o a iAercnTi is the fourth loes pr Chicago.
phy reula cete, wo hs erne jLeague balinT~g c hamlpioan sic1 Cobb to 1)i turned in byl a Tleadingchur lee Wrestling-Group meet at Chi-
phy, egalr cener, wo hasearne2'tptrned
a reputation as being one of tlae best the crown in 1915) withisa in the histoi'y of the league. The In- cago.
G If.oky-Wsesnt, vs.MICH-
in tile leagtue, will be back at his old .370 mark. Manushx is the th1irdHockey-Wansariplcigorlinceonvhs.a
Position and the Badgers wi have outfielder to top the junior ('ir('llit in the mainstay of the staff again this ! GNa WnsrOt
a dded of enszive power. batting in recent years, i-um I Swimming - Interscholastic
Mitchell, the Wisconsin g-oal tender, __ ---- - - - _______ meet at Union pool.
naE 10ethn20 stops in thie lasi ___INTR._"RA___1_tt_________________S__
game failing to check rho >n1ck te h bit!DPR M N
once. Mitchell 'anfi his understudy!I E ARD1
Boyer and Michigan's two goal teni-, Sophomore endt senior lit s andtih le 41:84, Delta Alpha Epsilon 4679, Deltareadn
des, Jones anti Gomberg 4azine fromix four engineering classes wil meet in U Ipsilonl 4586, Alpha Chi Sigma 4567,i For information readn an
the 4a1)0 high school in J:)ulln'h. l ?V]Tx. both interclass relays and I owililig 1Phi Kappa Sigma 4560, Beta Theta
were'teymade their learn one of jtonigh. The relays will 1)e heldt , l 4554Alpha au '~Oi~ieg a4471, ZetaiUdrodprtbetpwie
the tus t~tst udng h Waermn gmnaiumand he owl NI444. Te third round is being( that disappeared from my house
school teamns in the north. Larson ing4 at the t;ion. Tb1 sophomore tits f held this week. j Ilad , h edo
antf Malney of the Wolverine te'lm a:re and the jutnior and senior engineers first o
also from Duluxth. will bowl at 7 o'clo('k anti run1 the i're" I February1 st,1 927,fis weepk
Coach B~ars has been sedng !l lays at 8:30t o'clock while t he seno All.1 results in the secondi roundl lof
men through exceptionally Eelug w'ac- 1lits and the freshman andl sophomiore !ihe mall-campus handball tournament, I eXa.rlnlation.
tice drills in an attempt to have themn4 cngineers will race at 7 o'clock and1 both singles and doubles, must be in
in the best of shape. No changes inl bowl at 8:30 o'clock. b oih n h hr onirslsti rvrod 4 3
the starting line-up have been an- ' before next Thursday.
no lncedl in addition to Comb's appear'- i ht the second round of it er- !
antce at defense. i tfin ternit y boln cindtd th
Th oliaii flo railegtremaining ,lteamls candletheir to I -2cobntnofHoprad:mmyinmm
I Larson, which functionetd well In the; tal Ipinfall are as follows: Sigmia('hi Another Ship en
I recut games,, is looked for to turn in .-- - - -* __---------_-.-
some scoring plays. It was the fast'
passing of these two men that r of Spring
brought the winning score in the You can Duplicate the :
first Badger game. Maney. at wing,Ty e rt s
playinxg his first season of ConferenceTy wrer
hockey, has worked to adlvuntg -e Eswee u o
with Larson and Hooper i n carryn Rider's Service
oil the offel.sive tactics of the team. ; .

M~~ixC,-ll(sta, (eier'fe' h'ilpion Lash Iis a. very lpromising man in thisev'et
!,w- la'lVehr:'in Squadl and it would not lbe grea:t upset
ertd Ii M~t1 wer e he to defeat both S ,o.rerin
- -Purdy in thris race. iRush is thec fourth
With niii deat to mar the record man enteredl.
for the 1926-27 season thus far,i The Wolverines are favored to take

will meet the sup iremie test when they
engage the Minnes ota team in a (dual
nrwet here. tomorrow night. The
(b,,iers8, C onference ti tle-holders
last year, have been undefeated in
dutal c~ompetC1ition in the past two
years, and oiie of the hardest meets
in history is exp~ected.
The visitors, suffering tile loss orf
only one vet eran, have had sufficient'
additions this year to make the team
even more powerful. On the other,
hand, the Michigan team, which fin-
ished second in the Big Ten last year,
has also developed into a well-hal-
anicedl group which will be hard toj
Every event on the program, with
the ?possible exception of the diving,
invAlves a feature dual. Starting with,
the relay, first on the program, aE
close race is expectedl. Coach Thorpe
must choose four men from his group
of Morris, Bennett, S. Hill, Moody,
Luclie, Newhouse and Ensign to do
the 200 yardls, while Seager, Watson,
Darnall, and Samson compose the
Wolverine quartet which is likely to
The 200 yard breast stroke raceI
promises to be an interesting one.l
P'urdy, Mbinnesota, finished just ahead
of Shorr in the Big Ten meet, but
re cently was dlefeatedl by Goldman,
Iowa, who in turn was beaten by
Shori' in a later meet. Halsted, also,

vidling Coach Mann uses either Dar-
nall or Capt. Samson in this evenit.
The former is the most probaible. en-
try, with Seager as his tanae
Moody, S. Hill, and ?Morrisarth
three men from whom the Gophem' en-
tries will be selected.
If Coach Mann uses Darnall in the
50 yard swim is likely that he will
also be used in the 100, with Capt.
Samson almost certain Ito swim ii
this race is he is not usetd in, the 50.
S. THl, Moody, and Bennett compose
the :Minnesota choices,~ depending
upon which men are used in the
shorter sprint.
In the 440 yard swim 'Wagner is
almost certain to swim for Michigan,
with Watson his probable teammate.
Coach Thorpe will choose from L~ucke,
Bjornberg, Steenson, and S. Hill.
The 150 yard back stroke race is
expected to be the mrost closely con-
tested of the day, when J. Hill, Con-
ference champion, meets Spindle, the
Michigan star who recently shattere I
Hill's record. Hubbell, another Wol-
verine, has shown fine form all season
and may be able to add points to the
scoring column.
The Minnesota team holds an edge
in the medle~y relay. H-ill will oppose
Spindle in the back stroke as lelvl-
off man, Purdy will meet Shorr in the
breast stroke, while either S. Hill,
Moody, Morris, or Bennett will swim
the fre style against the Michigan
I cent ry. probably Samison.

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LAFAYETTE, Id., March 2-A
crippled Purdue basketball sqluad
took its first long workout of tihe
week here this afternoon, with the
game with Minnesota at Minneapolis
Saturday as its objective. Another
session tomorrow night, a light one,
-will conclude Coach Ward Lambert's
preparations for what Purdue expects
to be an, exceptionally hard fought
The result of the Michigan gam
early in the week was not unexpect-
ed, but (disappointing. Three regulars
'entered the contest wearing more or;
less severe injurip. Wilcox left aI-
Lospital to catch the train, Wheeler j
sported two badly bruised legs, and
Hodges was limping from a painful
charley horse.
The entire team came omt of the
Mtihii .n game feeling its effects
more or less, and the game with_
the Gophers this week-end is b~eing
'N'iewed with somie degree of appre-j
Lensioni because of that fact. The
5siiad will be in a little better shapA,
but far from near' its top "form. Mini-I

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