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February 15, 1927 - Image 6

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WOLVEINES MUST WIN'] __e®.EI om s® t adn"Ta ci ln1rsln
IGTEN STANDINGS L1otn gJgsfR1ngrea TEM WNS Mchi n yretlig
10AFIIiIFh i GA.L.rx In Race For 1927 Swin-ring ChampionshipsFRO---r_(ll4rgBig T[en Meet By Def

earn Wins Second
eating Purdue, 17-8

f V If 1 itf.fI f 111f1 I f . ,. f . .. Wisconsin.. ..5 1 .83
HPurdue... .....4 1 .800 !
Boilerinakers Are C'onsidered Stronig;I Indiana.......... 5 2 .714
Contenders For Titular Honors j Iowa.......4 2 .667 I
I ite 11(or Strt, IIllinois ..........5 3 .625;I


Ohio Stag .......3
Chicago .........3
MInnesota ........1
Northwestern . . ..0





With the Big Teti lead at stake, and
Wisconsin and Purdue only a step
behind the pacemaking Wolverines,
Coach E. J. Mather and nine Michigan! end M Thi gai' s winning streak which
basketball men left last night for La-' bad reached 15 games until Saturday's
fayette where they will battle thew game when the Wolverines fell 34-23.1
~Boilermaker five tonight in a crucial Mihgnatra heteesly
game to keep their Conferenice recordI oft, came into the game a decided !
unblemished and avoid a triple tieI favorite and managed to cling to a~
withtheBadgrs nd urdu. Awin16-14 lead at the end of the first half.
for the latter, while Meanwell's quin-! The Mathermen were playing a slight-
tet is idle, will leave all three teams ly altered formation with McCoy tak-
tied at five victories and one loss. j ing Harrigan's place at guard and4
The nine men. on the Michigan' Schroder playing center. With, the
squad are Captain Chambers, Ooster- score, 23-23 within ten minutes of the
baan, McCoy, Hiarrigan, Petrie, Schro- end of the game, Michigan crumbled
der, Truskowski, Rasnick, and Mar- and Pittsburgh romped in.
tin. Coach Mgather will in all prob- " Schroeder and Captain Chambers1
ability start the first five men named.; bore the brunt of the play while the
Because of his good work in the Pitts- f other men seemed affected by the long
burgh game Schiroder is likely to see I layoff. ,Harrigan went in near the end
service while.. Truskowski, making his of the gamze when Petrie was banished
first trip with the Varsity will prob- on personals. Pittsburgh's shootingj
ably get in at guard if Petrie shows! was far superior to that of the Wol-I.
any signs of weakening. vernes and they were breaking
Against Michigan's passing team, through the Michigan defense. The
Coach Lambert will sand a sharpl box score:
shooting quintet. Til floilerm-akcrs IiPittsburgh
are not a finished passing team, but B F PtsI
their shots from long range more thanr Wrobelski, If......3 4 10
make up for this deficiency. ':hi de- McGill, If............... 0 0 0
feat of Ohio State,, 33-29, put the Pur- Kowallis, rf.......2 0 4!
due team in the proper m ood and they ? Rahanek, c ............. 4 1 9 I
are determined to knock Michigan! Halloren, c .. ........... 0 0 0 l
from the top berth of: the standings. Lissfelt, rg.......1 0 2 <
Hodges, recently declared eligible, has Fisher, rg .............. 0 0 0!l
added much to the local teamn both in j1Reed,Ig ................ 4 1 9
offense and defense and is certain to Richmond, lg..... ,...... 0 0 0
st'art. Whether he will play at guard __
or forward depends on the other four 1 14 6 34
men selected. XIchigan
Probable lineups. B F Pty
Michigani 1I."os. Purdue' Oosterbaan, If........... 2 1 5}
Chambers.........4..... Wilsojn Chambers, rf ......4 2 101J
Oosterbaan........ .... ... Hodges Schroder, c ..... ........ 0 1 1) "
McCoy.......... C......... Cumlmins I McCoy, rg .............. 2 0 a
Harrigan ....... G........... Wilcox', Petrie, Ig............... 1 1 3
Petrie........ G .......... Kemmer Harrigan, lg............ 0 0 0
Pittsburgh's Pant hers brought to an Referee-Bolter. Umpire-Lane.-1

ti Both i ' -" n i. E~hciii _s
f ! Coach Mann's Vatrsity swimmers
c> t~~WIR02 its seconid (on.Y .f'i5OCvO Coiiifei-!
a" h n Outstanding among the ,),,L orm-
I sances of the cday Weei te xi(tories
turned in by (Capt ain'Sainaon2 ill, the 401
and 100 t)<i rdfreestvile swimnlin ,
which Da<na 1 placed sec ond, whzle~
::w ialii160 yard relay-\V on 1)y ich1ligan
I ::=>(Watson, Batter, Darnall and Same-
' ~sonl). Time--1:18.6.
( «g ~200 yard brow: t stroke-Wion by I
Kratz, Wisconsin ; Shorr, Michiganl,
secoid; . Hastecad Michigan, third
40yard free style---\vo bySm
Minesoa, oler f rgidHil, orrs.son, i\ ichigau ;Darnall, 1 iehiiganl, I
LettoWoy, Bunlsecond: Iiirschhergcr, Wisconsin2,I
{ Minesoa, olde ofthe Western this season, having all but one of last Time-5: 26.2.
Conference swimming championship, year's jettermnen available for compe- 150 yard back stroke-Won by
. ~tition. These stars will compete Hlubbell, Michigan; J. H-alstead, Mich-
is considered one of the outstanding against the Wolverines March 4 in! igan, second; Smith Wisconsin, third.
contenders for the Big,.Ten title again the I ion 1)001. 'Time-1 :49.4.
. i-- - 100 3rard free style-=Won by Saw-
HUNT INCREASEiS LEAD iinday, Illinois.........19 3 41 son, Michigan; Darnall, Michigan,
IN .. iDU L OCN list, Chicago ...........18 5 41 second; Herschlbergr, Wisconsin,
i 1 NDIIDUA URi ;Vain Dusen, Iowa...... ,.16 8 40 third. Tiine-56.6 see.
________________Fancy diving-W-on by Ratcliffe,
Scoring 19 points in the last two Wisconsin; Hall burg, Wisconsin, see-
gamnes which his team played, Billj PatronizeP Daly Advertisers.; ond; Batter, Michigan, third. f
Hunt, of Ohio State,' forged farther; -_- " -
ahead of the leaders in the Big; Tenll________________________________
basketball race during the last week.
Hunt's tota1 is now 83 points.IT E,
Hunt, Ohio ............ 30 23> 83
Daugherity, Illinois ...,..32 1 5 79,F. oun ij Y IAe
Otterness, Minnesota ... .15 22 52 E e fUAe
Wilcox, Iowa............18 16 iSENE52
Cummins, Purdue .. .. .17 17 51 SEIJO R N SPRING 0*7JT
Stark, Minnesota .......18 14 50
Beekner, Indiana ........18 12 4318o
Behr, Wisconsin........16 14 46; F. W. GROSS :: 309 S. M°vAIN
Gleichmann, Northw'tern.16 13 45 ______________________________~~
f isher. Northwestern ...14 13 41 - ----- - - -- 4L-

Mtolvenin, wrest lers won their see- in disposing of Scheffler of P~ur(We.
don nfre eviory of the 19271 Michigan registered five more points
seasomi laszt Saturday at Lafayette, bylin the 135 pound bout when Watson
d(eeating the p~ower'ful Purdue team,; outfought Malone, Purdue star, to Nviii
17 to 8. Michigan captured the first by a fall. Malone had gained a three
live bouts of: the meet, four by deci- minute advantage over the Michigan
lons and one by a, fall, to gain the star and was 'within an inch of or(w o
first; victory a 11aize and Blue team of pinning him, when Watson Freedt
has ever scored over the Boilermakers? himself and threw his opplonent,
on thie mat. Saner, Michigan's 145 pounder, in-
Paker started the Michigan team toj creased his team's total by winning a
a victory when he won handily from decision over Hooker with an adivan-.
Itosser, Purdue's star 115 pounder, by stage of two minutes and 10 secondls.
a time advantage of more than seven Captain Donahoe encouihterej stiff
minuztes. Solomon, stellar 125 pound , competition in Barge, Purdue's veter-
grappler from last year's team, was l an 158 pounder, but the Michigan
able to compete in his first meet this leader successfully defended his tu-
season and experienced little difficulty marred Big Ten' record.


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