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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1927

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SCAERSWIMEETMAROONFIVE Northwestern High BAKER FINISHESR Vareit Puck Team
yFaorddo vR VARSITY CAREER 'rsityIL PuckMROTeamV
SFavored To Wn I"Will Oppose Badger
NMPORTANT GAE AT CHICAGO TONIGT Swim MeetAt Union Sextet AtWindsor

WOLVERINESWILL SEEK INITIAL WRESTLING
TITLE IN ILLINI MEET AT CHAMPAIGN TODAY

- High school swimmers will take
Righit Of (laini On Westerni Conler- part in the third annual interscholas-t
ence 0lmnipionshlp Hinges On ilSPORTS THE EEtic swimming meet held under the aus-:
The__aepices of the University of Michigan
oT when entrants frcim 17 schools meet!
Ltoday in the Union pool. Prelimina-
MC 0OY WILL START GAME I Basketball - MICHIGAN at i ll be Un of 10 o'o thi
Chicago.
Ctt e ainmorning with the finals begiing at.
tcoChs.st 3:30 o'clock. Nearly 150 entriesmave.
game determining whether or not the i H IckNy-Wisc nis. MIC- been received for the meet.
Wolverines will, have the right to IGAN at WindsorOnt. Of the 17 schools in the meet today,!
claim their second consecutive C'on-C Swimming - Interscholastic all except five are from Michigan.
ferme basketball chasmpuivonp meet at Union pool. j Illinois claims four strong entrants
1k sin Hyde Park. Tilden, Oak Park, and
Coach Mathcr's quintet, now holdinfg _Lane Technical schools, all from Chi-
undisputed P05sCSesion in the Big Ten cago. Ohio claims the other entrya
standing, will meet the Maroons to-. Bartlett gymnasium court, at Chicago,'fr sL
fzt noiiut of the state in li; highY^!
night on their home floor in what is because of the fact that the floor iss
expected to be one of the feature not as large as most of the others. Detroit Northwestern, which took:
games of the season. It is probable that this means of !the meet last year, will have another
A victory for the Michigan team i -a-l-g strong team entered with 13 men com-
will mean at least a joint claim to the point-gaining will be employed against 5ting tea thenter thr3 mn Russell Baker!
tileeifdfae yIw o-teivdn em peting. Northwestern's three main-:
title, even if ,defeated by Iowa Mon- the invading team. stays are Boldt, Craig, and Durr. Michigan's 115 pound star who will
day, because of the one game advan- If the Wolverines line up with the !urr holds the state A A. U. record finish his Varsity career against the
tage which the Wolverines now hold. same group that faced the Boiler- ,or the 150 yard backstroke and the Illini this afternoon.
Indiana, Purdue, and Iowa having makers, the usual attack will be em- Detroit city record for the 220 yard--
suffered only three defeats each, still ployed. On the offense the play will free style. Craig holds the city record! TANKMEN TO ENGAGE
remain in the race. be centered about Harrigan, wh in the 50 and 100 yard events. Boldt
The return of Ernie McCoy to his Oosterbaan being used for follow is the city record holder in the 100 IN M EET AT DETROIT
position at center has greatly shots off the backboard, and McCoy tyard back stroke. With thre mTen --
strengthened the Wolverine hopes. It as the other cog in the offense. Cham- sure of high places in the meet, North- Fthe Minncsota dual meet
was expected that the stellar pivot bers, at the running guard position, western's chances look to be good to olltoinghteCMinnesatana nde
man would be unable to play because will also be given ample scoring op- repeat last year's victory. Other teams t night. CoachgMatt Mann and
of a knee injury; but he reported for portunities if the team is able to of wehom little is known, but wich twelve of his Michigan swimmers will
the last practice yesterday, and work- pierce the Chicago defense.f compete again today, in an A. A. U.
ed out withicthe regular combination. On the defense, the Michigan team are expected to furnish strong com- meet at the Detroit Athletic club. The
i g edlyeisu, tacicsain- petition include the several out of Wolverine tankmen are entered in
Coach Mather announced before will employ its usual tactics, Cham- state teams. Lane Tech has only one four of the events on the card includ-
leaving that he will probably .use the hers and Petrie bearing the brunt of
same lineup that started against Pur- the Maroon charges. enty hever he hg ng watr pootwTras and e
due. McCoy will be at center, Qos- Should the Michigan lineup prove Tes remaiderAof Ahe McJaganoe,-220aya:3l e'ent.Tials will be run
terbaan and Harrigan at forwards, ineffective Coach Mather is prepared Pontiac,luedford, Flint Central, Kala- of s at 3:30 o'clock ts eroa
and Captain Chambers"and Petrie at to juggle his lineup. Harrigan can be Pac d F Central, C kH - te ina
guards. Martin, forward, and Trus- shifted tothe running guard position land tonight.
kowski guard, are the only other to strengthen the defense and change ark o etrot nDeroioe rn, Coach Mann has eight men entered
Iosigad rete ol te Detroit Central and Roosevelt of( for the water polo contest, including
probable starters, the Skipper said. the attack, while Chambers is like-Yrp,
,Ypsilanti.mon. Darnell. Watson ,Batter.

Pressed to win every remaining
game on its schedule to get' a tie for licfending (h'Inmpicnis Will Seek To
the Conference champio ship, Mich- ( Ain Fourth Consecntive Big
igan's hockey team will leave by bus Tea Wrestling Title
at 4:40 this afternoon for Windsor, 1
Ont., where at 8:30 o'clock ttonight BOT TENEATEN
they will meet the University of Wis- t t1I V~t.tI4
consin in the first of asthree game ~
series. Wolverine wrestlers will seek their
The band and the twelve playdrs first Conference title when they meetH
to be taken to Windsor will meet at th undefeated Illinois matmen at 2:30
the Union. Two busses have been this afternoon in the Sucker gymna-1
chartered to transport the band. sium at Champaign. The Illini grap-I
Coach Barss has put his men piers, winners of three fourths of the
through some stiff practice sessions Big Ten +wrestling titles since the
during the past week, having had sport has been recognized in the Con-
them on the ice for two hours every ference, will attempt to gain first
day. The last practice was held honors for the fourth consecutive
Tbursday. Good ice at the Coliseum time by repelling the Michigan team.
has helped considerably in keeping The 1926 Conference champions
the team i good shape. boast an unusually strong team whichd
Although handicapped by the ab- includes five veterans -from last year's
sence from the team of Roach, who team, while the Wolverines possess
is in the hospital with an affliction a like number of experienced men.,
of sciatica, the team has excellent Coach Paul Prehn's matmen, have
chances of winning the games because completed a very diffiicult schedule
of the practice sessions, the physical without a single defeat, and,' in addi-
condition, and the general attitude of 4tion to winning all of their four Bigf
the men. Coach Barss said that his Ten meets, they defeated West Vir-
men are in the best of physical con- ginia, 17 to 3.
dition and that if the winning spirit Illinoistdefeated Wisconsin, 17 to 8,
of the men helps to win hockey games Chicago, 19 1-2 to 7 1-2, Minnesota, 12
there is little doubt as to the outcome to 9, and the strong Iowa mat men,
of the Wisconsin games. 12 to 9 to win undisputed claim to the
When Michigan played at 'Minnesota top honors in the western section of1
it was going at top speed and turned the Big Ten. Michigan, on the other
in two of the best exhibitions of hand, conquered Northwestern, 23 1-21
hockey it has played this year. The to 6 1-2, Purdue, 17 to 8, Ohio State,'
practices of the week have given no 17 to 6, and Indiana, 21 to 8, in ad-
indications that the team has lost ony dition to Iowa State Teachers college
of the zip it showed at Minnesota. and Michigan State in non-Conferencek
New passing formations and offen- matches.
sive tactics have been drilled exten- Michigan's greatest strength lies in
sively during the week. Hooper, who the first five weights, while Illinois
will start the* game at center, is the seems to be strongest in the 115,
main cog of the forward wall and it 158, and heavyweight divisions. Coachl
is around him that some of the new Keen's men have not lost a match in
plays have been built. Larson or Sib- the first five divisions in any of the
ilsky will start at left wing, Larson four Conference meets, but the Prehn-
has been one of the most consistent men have been defeated in all except
players of the year. Maney or Cope- the 115 and heavyweight classes.
land will play at the other wing. The 115 pound bout will bring Ba-
Capt. Steve Jones will be seen at ker and Thacker together and should
his regular place at goal tending. prove to be one of the greatest bat-
Gabler and Comb will form the rest of ties ever staged in Big Ten wrestling
the defense. Gabler is regarded as circles, despite the fact that the Wol-
one of the best defense men in the verine star will be handicapped by the
Conference and is expected to show fact that he was confined to the hos-I
up well in the games at Windsor. pital with a painful hip injury sus-
Gomberg, goal, Denton, center, and tained in the Indiana meet for the
Waldron, defense, are the reserves greater part of the week. Baker will
who will- complete the squad. All of wrestle his last meet as a member of
these men are expected to be used in a Michigan team and will endeavor to
some of the games. continue his unbroken string of Big

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BIG TEN STANDINGS
Eastern section
W. L.
MICHIGAN......4 0
Indiana. ........... 1
Ohio State......i 2
Purdue..........1 3
Northwestern ....0 4
Western Section

Pct.
1.000
.750
.500
.250
.000
1.000
.750
.500
.250
.000

Illinois..........4
Iowa ............3
Minnesota .......2
Wisconsin .......1
Chicago .........0

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Ten victories, while Thacker, also un-
defeated for two years, will seek to
keep his record unblemished.
Another close battle is predicted
when, Solomon, Wolverine 125 pound-
er, meets Soga or Hesmer of the
Sucker team. The Michigan star suf-
fered his only defeat at the hands of
Snyder, Ohio captain last season who
held the Conference title, while Soga,
a Jap, 'defeated the Buckeye. Hesmer
worked in the Iowa meet last week
and showed real ability in defeating
Weir, Conference 115 pound title
holder last year.
Watson, Michigan's high point win-
ner for the year, is slightly favored
over Minot of the Illini in the light-
weight bout. The Wolverine has scor-
ed 29 points in seven bouts this year
by winning four falls and three de-
cisions. Minot has been steadily im-
proving in recent meets and is con-
sidered one of the leading 135 pound-
ers in the Big Ten.
Michigan should captuire the 145
pound bout as Gunlock, regular
Sucker welterweight, has been off
form in recent bouts. The Illini 145
pounder has difficulty in making
weight as he normally weighs 165
pounds. In case Coach Prehn decides
not to use him, Vondenbosch, Green,
or Furness, will be sent against Sauer,
Michigan ace who has won all of his
Conference bouts this year.
The 158 pound bout promises to
i be another feature affair with Captain
Donahoe, Conference title holder who
has been defeated only once in his
two years of.Big Ten wrestling, meet-
ing Geis, 1926 captain of the Illini.
Geis was defeated for the first time
(Continued on Page Seven)

Swise , adept both at forward and
guard. In the event that the Chicago
defense proves impregnable Martin
may be given an opportunity at for-
ward, Oosterbaan being placed atI
center, to substitute for McCoy.
Truskowski and Schroeder ,guards,
may both see service if the Wolverines
ar'e able to pile up an advantage earlyj
in the game.
PINEHURST, ' N. C.-The secondj
qualifying round of the annual Pine-
hurst spring golf tournament was
postponed again because of bad
weather,
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass.-The Wil-
liams baseball team will leave April
12, on a hunting trip to Charlottes-
ville, Va.
READ THE WNANT ADS

RULES COMMITTEE I
DISCUSSES SHIFT;
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, March 4.-The shift,
the huddle and suggestions for re-j
ductions of points for touchdowns re-
sulting from fumbles were the prime
subject up for consideration before
the intercollegiate football rules coin-
1 mittee today. The session will end
tomorrow.
CHICAGO.-Chicago's gym team de-
feated Purdue in a dual meet.

ok lb l, .I 1 1 , I ~ 1, ..: ,
Spindle, Hubbell, Mayer, and Horn,
and from these will be selected the
seven who make up the team. For
the 220 yard event, Samson, Darnell,
Hosmer, Seager, and Frantz are slat-
ed to compete. Hosmer and Frantz
are members of the freshman squad.
Samson, Darnell, Watson, and Bat-
ter are the four men who will com-
pete in the senior A. A. U. 200 yard
relay, while Wagner is the single Wol-
verine entry in the 300 yard Junior
A. A. U. medley relay.
ORLANDO, Fla.-Walter Hagen de-
feated Bobby Cruickshank, 1 up, in
an 18-hi6le exhibition match.

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