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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRiDAY, AlARCf-i 11, 192T

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HOCKEy TEAM MEETS
GOPHERS AT WINDSOR
VThtory In Both Games Will Give
Wolverines Te For Conference
Honors With Minnesota
ROACH LIKELY TO PLAY
Victories in the two games to be
played at 8:30 o'clock tonight and
tomorrow night at the Windsor Arena
will gain a tie for the Conference
championship for the Wolverines
When they meet the University of Min-
nesota hockey team. Minnesota now
holds undisputed lead in the hockey
standings and in order to, be able to
share the top place the Michigan
puckmen must win both games. A tie
in either game will keep the Wol-
verines in second place, where they
are at the present time.
The Minnesota squad is expected
to arrive in Detroit tomorrow morn-
ing A practice session for them is
scheduled for tomorrow afternoon at
the Arena. Between 12 and 15 men
will compose the squad.
Coach Barss will take the same 12
men over to Windsor this week end
that were used in the Wisconsin
games held the first of the week. The
team will leave from the Union at 4
o'clock this afternoon and will stay
at the Prince Edward hotel while in
Windsor.
The Michigan band will again play
at the games. The band, which was
a unique thing at hockey games prov-
ed to be a very popular feature. Two
busses have been arranged to talte the
men to Detroit this afternoon.
More than 3,000 persons attended
the Wisconsin games and these
crowds were the largest that the Wol-
vernes have played before this sea-
son. Advance ticket sales indicate
that crowds for th Minnesota games
will be much larger.
Coach Barss expects these games
to be the fastest and hardest games
of the season. The Minnesota team is
ranked as one of the leading hockey
teams in the country and Coach Barss
is of the opinion that, his men are
ready to make Minnesota fight to the
limit to keep their record clear.
The reputation of the Gopher hoc-
key men issummed up in an article
that appeared in the Minnesota Daily:
"The Gopher sextet ranks as the lead-
ing collegiate hockey team in the Unit-
ed States. It was so recognized in the
official ratings in 1926 and looms up
as perhaps the most powerful con-
tender for that honor this year."
With the exception of Roach, all of
Coach Barss'' meo are in good ph-
sical condition for the games. Roach
is out of the hospital, but he is not
expected to do much playing in the
Minnesota games. Last year Roach
was named on the all-Conference
team. His abse'nce from the team in
the last three games has somewhat
handicapped the other regulars who
were accustomed to playing with him.
Comb who was substituted for Roach
played well and is expected to be in
the same form against the Gophers.
Captain Steve Jones will be at his
customary place at goal tending.
Jones became a favorite with the Ca-
nadian fans through his clever perfor-
mances with the stick when he made
an average of about 25 stops a game.
Larson, Hooper and Maney will again
form the forward division of the Wol-
verines. These three men have de-
veloped into one of the best con-
binations at center and forwards that
haverepresented Michigan for some
time. Sibilsky, Marshall, and Denton
are held in reserve and are sent into
the games regularly.
Gabler and Comb will be at the de-
fensive positions. These men were
very effective in the Wisconsin ganes,
Wisconsin being forced to take long
shots for the most part.

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SFARRELL ENTERS SEVEN
Trials in the 440 and 880 yard runs
will oipen the seventeentsn annual B g
Ten indoor track meet at 8 o'clo k
tonight in Patten gymnasium at Evan-
ston. Seven Wolverines have been en-j
tared for these events inlludinig five'
quarter milers and two men in the
half miie. Mueller, Ohlheiser, Barton
and Lconard are sure starters in the
440 trials. Munger also is ei tercd in
this race, although it is possible that
Coach Farrell will shift him to theI
half. l3eals and Lomont will run in
the 880.
- Coach Farrcll Ehd Capt. Phil North-
rap and the men named above werel
Jake Shlaa.efer those in the Michigan squad which I
Former 18.2 billiard champion, who left here yesterday. The ten other
seems bent on regaining his laurels Michigan athletes entered in the title
at the tournament now being held at meet will leave this afternoon accon-
Washington. D. C. At the prisent time panied by Trainer Charles Hoyt an
he is tied for the lead with Welker Manager Willis Topper. Cooper an
Cochrane of Hollywood, Cal. :Jones, hurdlers; Hester and Lasser.
sprinters; Monroe, Wuerful and Is-
M IC~iGAN FENCERS MEET kenderian, milers; Hornberger in the
M.{ C I REURN UELtwo mile run; Lovette in the shot
M. S. C2 IN RETURN DUELj"ut; and Prout in the pole vault com-
--- 1plete the entries.
After gaining a decisive victory Due to the square corners of the
over the Michigan State college fenc- ;Evanston 10 lap to the mile track,
placing men in the trials is largely
ers, the Michigan fencing team. has a matter of chance. This is one of
turned its attention to the meets re- the primary reasons that Coach Far-
maining on the 1927 program. On rell has entered five men in the quar-
March 19 the two teams which com- ter mile and two in the 880 yard
.tevent. The quarter milers are much
peted against Stete Saturday will below the calibre of Michigan rep-
journey to East Lansing where they resentatives of the last few years and
will engage the' Green and White little is expected of them. The same
fencers in a return meet. is true of the 880 men although Lo-
The Michigan fencers, W. R. Ben- mont has shown flashes of ability in
ham, '27E., C. L. Pettibone, '28, and some of the trials.
H. A. Wiggers, '29 aggregated a bout With such men as Sittig of Chicago
score of 9 to 0 and a point total of and Williams and Burke' of Chicago,
45 to 27 against the State fencing Erickson of Wisconsin, Caine of In-
team which was composed of Gruet- ; diana, and Bevan of Ohio State, the
ner, Morley, Goodwin and Jarmine. half mile field promises to be one
Ohio State, fencing champions of the I of the best in recent years. The loss
Conference, were only able to gain an of Feinsinger of Michigan, Kennedy of
8 to 1 victory over the State team. Wisconsin and Roberts of Iowa will
The freshman team, composed of probably make the quarter mile field
C. W. Hammer, G. Watts, F. Sanchez, much weaker this spring.
and D. Scheyer, lost by a narrow mar- Because of the large number of en-
gin to the State freshmen in a spirited trants expected in the 440 it will
contest. The State team, won by a probably be necessary to run a semi-
bout score of 5 to 4. final as well as a trial heat.

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lleadershlip Cnimminis Oi PiirdIe :s fa r as h tItular s tanding
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____i ere t in the en term niat ion of
00STERBAAN SECOND "(
- ighi. an only finish in a triple tie
Scoring nine points in the final for fonurtlh place, hut a win for the
game of his collegiate career, Captain___
Bill Hunt of the Buckeye court squad
temporarily took the lead in the race B TEN $TAN)INUS
for individual honors in the Big Trein.
only Cummins, Purdu's sophomore W. L. Pet.
star, being conceded a chance to over- IICHfICANt.....10 2 .8
take the Ohio leader Indiana....... ...9 .7
Although l'oih Cumnirfl and IHnt Purdue .... ..... 8 .
are expected to lead Ousterbaan, the W '!isconsin .......7 4 .t:7
sensational Wolverine for ward, when Ilionlis..........7 5 .587
!the final curtain is rung downl on the Iowa.............6 5 .-:4o
1926-27 W-stern Conference campaign, Ohio tAat...........6 .50
the Michigan star is ired ited with the Chicago.........i 8 .272
record number of 50 field goaL. 15 Northwestern ....1 11 .1188
more than Cummins and 9 more than , Minnesota .......1 11 .083
Hunt. Harrigan's 108 points definite- Toiighi
ly assure him fifth position. Wisconsin at Iowa I
Wisconsin presents an entry in the
individual'race in Behr, who is only Chicago at Purdue
three points behind Krueger and nine
behind Beckner, with a chance to pass
both when the Cardinals end the sea- Badgers means at least the undisput-
son against the Hawks tonight,. 'd Possession of the fourth place, and
Gleichmann and Fisher, of the cellar a tie for third provided Chicago is
holding Northwestern five, take sixth able to down Purdue in the game to-
and tenth positions. The leaders fol- I morrow atLafayette. However, Pur-
low: c lue, defeated three* tifnes is favored

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Rogers Iornsby and J. J. ec(raw
The two main cogs in the New York Giants 1927 drive for the National
League championship, are here seen looking over the rookies at the Giants
training camp.
Hornsby, although this is his first year with the team, has been named
captain by the "Little Napoleon", and predicts a banner year for hims'elf
and his new club.
The Giants flopped miserably last year, but- after the smoke of the
winter trading had cleared away they found themselves in possession of
several star performers that are expected to take them to the top.
The New Yorkers, with Terry, H ornsby, Jackson, and Lindstrom in
the infield, and Rousch, Tyson, Mueller, Otte, and others in the outfield,
have on paper at least, one of the strongest teams in the league. It de-
pends entirely upon the form that the pitchers show whether or not they
will be leading the pack at the end of the season.

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Hunt, Ohio ..............41
Oosterbaan, Michigan .....50
Cummins, Purdue ........35
Daugherity, Illinois ......44
Harrigan, Michigan ......38
Gleichmann, Northw'rn ...37
Beckner, Indiana ........37
Krueger, Indiana .. ....35
Behr, Wisconsina.........28
Fisher, Northwestern ....29
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TP to dispose of the Maroons again, in
116 ! order to gain a tie for second with
112 the Indiana five which clinched the
110 ruinerup nosition Wednesday by
109 downing Ohio 36-31, the game in
108 which Hunt jumped into the indivi-
105 dual scoring leadership, of the Con-
91 lerence.:
82 NEW 1IAVEN.-Yale oarsmen have
79 begun outdoor 'practice.

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Difference in the style of play used
by Wisconsin and Minnesota means
that the games this weekend- are go-
ing to be much faster than any pre-
viously played at home or in Wind-
sor by the Wolverines. .
Coach Emil Iverson is expected to
use the same line up that appeared
against the Wolverines at Minnea-
rIs. Wilcken, veteran goal tender,
will probably start at the net po-
sition, whie Captain Scott, who will
flay his last college games, will be
at defense paired with Sanderson.'
Hussey at center, Brown and Gustaf-
son, forwards complete the line up.
IOWA.- Iowa won third place in
wrestling by defeating Indiana Satur-
day.

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