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THE MICAIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, 'MARCH 8,

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IOWA, AN INACOMPO8E MTHCL FIVE

itROAI..'1',Al arci 7-Tirt- con points

S- ~pr'ove {lto 1)(!theiclifl'erence between
/ {call{1 ae nd 1(fIirs,place in. the H gTen:
lZ~~£t )aici{'ll s >(ori:12 of ielnnie OOs;ter-
, ?_ TIRING LEADER Isan, Michigan's star forward. By
counting six lhas"ts-and one free
lu-ow in the 'hicago glcun, he gained
the a'lv rta-e over "Pug" Duau gherity,
H inol; ace, who failed by onie poinit to
: [ I lainta~i his le-ad over the Wolverine
s;ensat ion. Daugherit y, after comnplet-
ing the scl edule with the hli i, foundi
iin P 11i12 os~s sioflof 109 points, 44;
of which wNorc basket0 and 21 gift
tosses.
i T hird iplace wvas taken over by Bill
' j Hunt of Ohio State, the high scorig
guard of the season. Hunt made 16
points in his last game, and now to-
tals 107 for the season, with one more
game yet to play. howeverl, unless
E Oosterbaan uses his hands only to tie
his shoes in the Iowa gamne it is fairly
certain that he will protect his three
p)oint leadl.
w H1-arrigan: holds fourth place in the!
point getting with 102 points, b~ut at I
rthe rate he is going it would not besupiigt e i lrel eId
Oosterbaan after the final game. {
Cumnmins of Purdue, leader of the
Conference in the early part of the{
race, has (dropped to fifth place with a!
total of 92 points.
Capt Edward Chambers The first ten scorers are as follows:
FG FT TP
CORNELL-Cornell Univerity con- Oosterbaan, Michigan . . ..49 12 110'
cluded its hockey season recently Dauigherity, Illinois ......44 21 109
with six defeats. and one victory. Hunt, Ohio State ........37 33 1071
Harrigan, Michigan ......37 28 102
The credit for the first home run Cummins, Purdue .......28 36 92
of the year goes to Sanm Gray, pitcher dleichmann, Northw'rn ..29 23 87
of the Philadelphia Athletics. Behr, Wisconsin....... ;..28 26 82
Beckner, Indiana......32 16 80
ILLINOIS.-Spring football practice Kruger, Indiana .........33 14 SC
has been in session for two weeks. Fisher, Northwestern ....27 21 75
COLLEGE MEN ANDWOMENi

SPORTS OF THE WEEK
Today
HOCKEY-Wisconsin vs. Mich-
igan at Windsor, Ont.; afternoon.
Friday
S WRESTLING-Conference meet
at Chicago-Preliminaries.
TRf-ACK - Indoor Conference
Imeet at Evanston - Prelimin-
aries.
FENCING and GYMNASTICS-
Conference meet at Chicago-
Preliminaries.
HOCKEY-Minnesota vs. Mich-
igan at Windsor, Ont.; evening.
E Saturday
WRESTLING--Conference meet
Iat Chicago-Finals.
TRACK - Indoor Conference
meet at Evanston--Finals.

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Four Court Men !HOCKEY CLAIM Irnr
EndC~xn ettio 1MADE BY M. C. M. KANSAS FIE rius
End Competition Michigan College of Mines' hockey ~YUVt~ 1I
When the Wolverines took the floor team has laid an unofficial claim to the %IUIVlLI H L
Iagainst the invading Iowa basketball !hockey championship of the middle____
1team last night, four members of the !West in a statement issued recently After losing two of its three gams
regular Varsity squad were compet- fo h cola luhoi h assuiest a und i
i ng in their last games.Upero Pnisua.stin noisvenstr agtuwisrnedis
Capt. Chambers, Martin, and Petrie, pe eisl.srn fsvnsrih isadi
adRasnick are the men who will' Basis for the claim lies in the re- threatening to =annex its sixth Mis-
be missing from Coach Mthr' ros- suits of an extensive and successful. souri Valley Conference basketball
ter next year. Of this group Petrie is! tour made in January when the Mines title.
the nlyone ho as ot hd treeteam met and defeated the University1 The standing is as follows:
years of competition for Michigan, ofMciaiokyteteNteW I, Pt Dame sextet, and others. Kna .8 2 .0
having played on the Hamilton col- ass.......8 2 .0
lege team for a year prior to his ! nor Dame has a, long record of Missouri .......6 3 .666
'enrollment in the University here. wins to its credit this season, having Oklahoma......... ... "6 4 .600
(CotiuedonPae Sve) won a number of games in the East Nebraska........6 4 .600
(Coninud o Pag Seen) and defeated the University of Min- Kansas Aggies . ... ...6 5 ,545
CHICAGO. -The h University of Chi- nesota team. Minnesota is at the top of Drake...........6 5 .545
Icago will open another Big Ten title the list of Conference schools and has Oklahoma Aggies....4 400
race when the Purdue baseball! yet to meet the Michigan team in two Ames................4 7 "364
team visits Chicago April 16. games before the close of the .Big Washington ...........2 6 .250
____________________Ten season.- Grinnell .............. 2 8 .2641
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Like nothing they've seen before, still as genteel
as they are original.

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SPRING
Woolens from abroad are here in bright,
refreshing designs, original weaves and new color
combinations.
Suits and Topcoats, are made from
foreign fabrics designed by LANGROC- --
assuring their character and correctness.
These clothes possess to a very marked
degree, those essential elements sought by the dis-
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