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Conference players in lidividmal scm'-j
ing in the early part of he Big Tn
race, only to weakei towar , the mid-

'r'stlers To seek State And National
Ti tes: FreshMiEaii outs
. il l'End Season

dle of the eanmaign, staged a remark-R
ablecebaa to ih at the p FIRSTMEETSATURDAY
the head) by scoring 18 points against~
the Maroons Saturday in the final Three meets, including the Mi'chigan
game of the season. A A. U. championships March 19 at
Curnmins' total of 123 points, W,1ch Flint, the National A. A. 1. champion-
was inereased greatly by his average ships March 24, 25, and 26 at Iowa
of 15 loints in each of the last three State college, Ames, and the all-fresh-
games, placed hirm seven ahead" of
Hunt of Ohio State, who totaled nine .18) meet will close the 1927 mat sea-
points in his last Big Ten game, plac- 1s-
ing him four aead of Oosterbaan, The first of these three meets will
Wolverine forward, who' S eemed the )bn held Saturday il the I. M. A. gym-
likely winner until he met the strong sl t it, anr Coaches Clifford
nsini oatflnad oczsCior
Iowa Icfense and could score only one
basket to complete his record. Keen and Pete Botchen expect to en-
Daugherity of Illinois, the main- ter 18 wrestlers from the Varsity and'
stay of his team, showed consistent freshman squads in the competition
form all season to finish fourth with for the Michigan A. A. U. titles.
a total of 110 points, two ahead of Last year a number of men were en-
Harrigan of Michigan. Gleichman, tered in the meet held in Detroit and
playing on the weak Northwestern they made a creditable showing byI
quintet, managed to score 103 points, winning a majority of the titles. The
sixth in the standing, and was the men will compete unattached. -
only other man to pass the 100 mark. It is probable that the 14 men mak-
Michigan was the team leader for ing the trip will be selected largely
most points scored, making 414 points, from the reserve and freshman teams,
an average of more than 34 points per with the exception of Capt. Donahoe
per game. Wisconsin was the best who will compete in the 158 pound
defensive team, allowing its oppon- division. The experience gained in
ents 27G points, an average of almost the meet will prove valuable to the
26 points per game. Indiana followed new men and at the same time give
Michigan as high point team with 395 Coach Keen an idea of their ability
points, while Purdue was third with in real competition.
377 points to its credit. f The Michigan mentor expects to
The final standng in the individual take four members of the Varsity.

-fEverett S. Dean, Indiana basketball
R1Cf Ecoach placed two Wolverine players,
OosterAb l! ac : and Ilarrigan on his
Atlh ltes Reinresentin; 2 '? sihools W ill Imythical all-Conference basketball
Compete in Third Annual teamw which was annoUnced yesterday.
Interscholastil irueger, Indiana, IDaugherity, Illi-
nois and McConnell, Iowa are the oth-
SINORTHWESTERN ENTERS ers on lie 11st team.
i--Four indian-a men were named on
Entr.-s from 2 high sohool track the first and second all-Conference
stars representing 28 schools have teams.
...Tbeen receivd fo the thHrd annual The hoosier coach said that his first'
1chnogan interscholastn iera1k meet team selections possessed the strong-
to be held Saturday in Yost Field est offensive and defensive powers to
house. This is the largest entry list be found anywhere in the country.
sFour of the men are especially strong
:fth mreet has ever had, there being;
more schools and more than 25 ath- on the lefense. Although Ooster-
Ictes entered than were last year. baan was used primarily on the of-
Northwestern high school of Detroit, fensive his ability as a guard was dis-
a " zi NorthwesternnhighclschoolgofeDetroit
winner of last year's meet with 21 played in the closing games of the
Ipoints, has another strong squad en- scason.
tered which includes 17 mer. Kala- Harrigan and Oosterbaan were the
* :nmazoo Central, Cass Tech, and Detroit only juniors chosen by Coach Dean,
Northern who trailed close behind the rest of the mythical five having
Northwestern are entered again as isplayed their last college basketball
fighland Park which finished in a tie games.
for fifth in last year's meet.
Playing his first season in the New II all, there are 20 Michigan schools -
York Giants uniform the former Car- entered while the remaining eight are
dinal star entertains high hopes of from Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and New
recovering the national league battingj York. Three Toledo schools will be
title. Statistics compiled for the represented including Waite, Scott,
Giants training campaign thus far give and Libbey. Other Ohio entrants are
him an impressive average of .385 for East and Central of Columbus. New
the exhbition contests. York's lone entry will be North To-Q
Rogers has also had a hand in his wanda high school while Froebel of Of
teams double plays, having assisted in Gary, Ind.. has named 16 men for the
two of the 13 accredited to the Giants meet. Illinois' representative will be
in the last six games. from Oak Park.
Last year Hornsby hit a slump and The Michigan schools, not mention-
was unable to uphold the record which ed above, who will take part in Satur-
he had set the previous year when he day's competition are as follows:
led both leagues n hitting. However 'Western, Eastern, Southeastern,
it is thought that managerial dif--j Southwestern, Northeastern of De-
ficulties were an obstacle in his in- troit; Lincoln high school of Fern- $7.50 Fish Brand slicker . .
dividual play, and that Ile will be able I(dale; Roosevelt of Ypsi; Constantine;
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The se.cond team was composed of
Sibley, Beckner, and Correll of In-
diana; Cummins, Purdue; and Hunt,
Ohio State. Correll, although a guard,
was given a forward position because
of his high scoring record for the sea-
Coach Dean placed three men on his

first squad that were chosen by the
all-Conference team selected by the
Big Ten coaches. Cummins of Pur-
due, at center, and Hunt of Ohio at
guard, were the two positions that
differed between the two teams. These
players were placed on the second
team by the Hoosier coach, but were
the first choices by the coaches.
Beckner was the only one on the
coaches' second teamtwho.Coach Dean
had on his second team. Harrigan,
Michigan, and Krueger, Indiana were
given guard and forward positions on
the coaches' second team, while they
were given first honors by the In-
diana coach.



scoring follows:
Cummins, Purdue .......40
Hunt, Ohio ..............41
Oosterbaan, Mich.......50
Daughterity, Illinois.....44
Harrigan, Michigan ......38
Gleichmann, Northw'ern .35
Beckner, Indiana ........37
Wilcox, Iowa ............31
Kruger, Indiana .........35
Wheeler, Purdue ........32
Behr, Wisconsin ........28
Van Dusen, Iowa ........31
Fisher, Northwestern ....29
McConnell, Iowa ........33
Stark, Minnesota..........24
Otterness, Minnesota .....26
Chambers, Michigan .....26
Sibley, Indiana ..........25
McMillen, Ohio ..........31
Correll, Indiana.........26

team to Ames to compete in the Na-
TP. FT. 'tional championship meet, March 24.,
123 43 Captain Donahoe intends to train
116 34 down to 145 pounds for this meet and
112 12 will be entered in that division with
110 221 Sauer. Coach Keen wants to enter
108 32 both Watson and Solomon in the 135
103 33 pound division if possible. Other-
91 17 wise the men will meet in an elimina-
88 26! tion bout to determine who wlll make
85 15 the trip.
83 19 Captain Donahoe, Sauer, and Wat-
82 261 son, hold Big Ten titles in their re-
81 19! spective weights and should make a
79 21 good showing in the National meet,
76 10 while Solomon is also ranked as one
73 25 of the best matmen in the Conference.
71 19 Thomas, all-campus 125 pound cham-
69 171 pion and freshman star, will enter the
68 18 meet unattached in the 125 pound
66 4 class and is expected to make a strong
65 131 bid for first honors.

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