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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DUAL ~~Mnest METCsPO ~p8~~ elay Team Hopes To Holdi
Both Tbeams Boast Undefeated Record R e cord in Swirnming Meet With Michio-an
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TRUSK3SKI MAY START
Enie 'Vh Coy, stellar Wolverine eeu-
::: .~~ i' ' n~ not be in the starting line-
.~u,) aganst Chicago Saturday because!
of a knee injury, according to a state-
m 2ent nieale by Coach Mather yester-
f lay. If he is definitely unable to play,
I'1w i'.chigan lineup wil probably be
- I shitted about, with Truslkowski sub-
_ st itut'd, to complete the quintet.
Oosterbaan will be used at the pivotj
fi position in this event, with Capt. Chain-
hers and Harrigan at forward, and Pe-
t Inc and Truskowski at guards. Hat-
f : McCoy will be out of the game, and
ithsis so the Michigan lineup still
remains uncertain.
Martin may be inserted into the
ILeftto right: Moody, S. Hi ', Benntt, anid )orrisoljain sfrad wt otr
Minnsotas rcordbreaingrela teai wose eetig wth teIcbaan as his running mate, MwcCoy at
Mneoasrcr lrekn clyta whs metn wih tE center, and Chambers andl Harrigan
Michigan quartet is expected to pr ove one of the feature events of the guards. In the event that ?Martin is
(ual meet between the Conference I aders tonight in thle Union pool. The noisdhwvrIaria n
Gopher team consisting of S. Hill, M oodly, LBennett, and Morris recentlyj Oosterbaan will be used at forwards,!
turned in the exceedingly fast time of :14:5 for the 160 yard event, whichE with McCoy at center, andl Chambers
is "a national record and equals the world's mark. and Petrie, guards, the same lineup
The Michigan team will p~robablyT be composed of Seag er, Watson, that started against the Purdue team
Darnell and Captain Samson, and in the longer distance it may prove too Monday.
powerful for the visitors to defeat.; "The, game with Chicago is not asl
easy as is generally thought," Coach
FARRELL ENTERS SIX' VARSIT'Y MEN INi Mather said, "for the Maroons loom as
RELAY' GMESAT ICIGAN utSTATE SATURDAY jif eyed o the Wolver ines, w~il be
-- - ( hard 1o beat. In addition to this they '
Six Michigan trackmen have been !in shot put, and "a team composed of;' will have the advantage of the home
entered in the track relay games toj Pfluke, IHeals, Ilunt, and Iskenderian 1 floor, and a particularly b)ad beating
}to avenge. It is certain that the game
be held Saturday at Lansing, Coach in the two mile relay. will be a hard-fought one. Chicago's
Farrell announced yesterday, while The trials to be held at the Field( comeback showings against other
for praicenithtrn ialevemnhtoebehouse will determine the entries for} teams, especially Indiana, and the re-
for racice wih. rialevets o b Isults of Michigan-Chicago ganmes in
heldin te 44 and2 mie rus, she Western Conference meet RhichI
heldin te 44 an 2 mle rns.previous years are good indications ot
Lane has been entered in the high is scheduled for next Saturday at what may be expected."
jump in the Lansing meet, with Lovette t Evanston.
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Edgar Signs
Pro Ball Club)

SPORTS OF THlE WEEK
I Today
Swimming - Minnesota at
rMICHIGAN.
Tomorrow
{Basketball - MICH-IGAN at
Chicago.\
Wrestling-Championship meet
-MICHIGAN at Illinois.
I--ockey-wisconsin vs. MICH-
IGAN at Windsor, Ont.
Swimming - Intefseholastic
1meet at Union pool.
READ THE WANT ADUS

' FENCERS T FACE
MICHIGAN STATE
ITw~o informal fencing teams spon-
'sorefi by the intramnural department
1will en-gg teamis representingMi-
i igan St~xte (college in foils coinpeti-
tion at 2:00 Saturday afternoon in
Waterman gymnasium. 'there will be
no admision charge.
Fencing has been an informal sport
under the intr,ni ural department for
the past three y ears, and for the p~ast
two years thec Michigan team has en-
gaged the Michigan State outIn
_ Within two wekN the local teams wvil
meet the Grceen and WVhite fencers is
a return nicot at tEI~ast Lansing.

TWO SPECIALS

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Dozens of at-
tractive shirts
Interwoven
wool hose

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"Tess" Edgar
Former Michigan baseball star, and
premier catcher of the Western Con-
ference last year, has signed a pro-
fessional contract to play with the
Waco, Tex., nine this coming spring.
IEdgar was declared ineligible last
week due to his failure to make the
required marks necessary for com-I
petition in the Big Ten. He was a
member of the 1926 championship
team, and had one more year of com-
petition.
HAMILTON, Bermuda. - George
Lott of Chicago, won the Bermuda
\singles championship.
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