THE MICHIGAN DAI Y
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19,
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"ECOACH RGARDS INVADERS AS
OME OF STRONGEST CONFIRENCE OUTFITS
MEMBERS OF INDIANA'S POWERFUL BASKETBALL TEAM Farrel To Hold Varsity TimeTrials
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Preston Will Compete In 175 Pound
IDivision And Rih Will Face
BOUTS BFGIN AT 3:00
Wrestling a Conference opponant on
their home mat for the first time this
season, Michigan's matmen will meet
the well-balanced Ohio State agrega-
tion at 3:00 o'clock this afternoon at
Yost Field house. The mat will be
located in rthe center of the basketball
curt, affording ample seating facili-
ties. Student coupon books will be re-
quired for the meet. Otherwise the ad-
mission will be 50 cents.
Th Scarlet and Gray team rank
as one of the most powerful outfits in
the Big Ten this season and already
hold victories . over Northwestern,
Michigan State college, Ohio univer-
sity and Cincinnati University. The
Buckeyes defeated Michigan State 19
to 6, while the Green and White bowed
to Michigan by a 15 to 8 count, and
the invaders downed the Purple by a
score of 19 to 6 as compared to the
Wolverine's 21 1-2 to 6 1-2 victory over
the same team.
The single reverse experienced by
Coach Mooney's team this year was
a 19 to 9 loss to the powerful Indiana
mat squad. The Buckeyes were for;
ed to enter the Hoosier meet without
the services' of Hummel, star 145
pounder, and Captain Ray Roshon,
175 pound veteran. Both of these men
are in shape for this afternoon's met
however, and will greatly strengthen
Strong In All Classes
Coach Mooney's team boasts a cap-
able performer in every one of the
seveh weight divisions, and four vet-
erans from last year's crack team will
compete against Michigan. Judging
from previous meets the Wolverines
and the Buckeyes appear to be of
nearly equal strength and this after-
noon's match will probably hinge on
the number of falls gained by the two
In the 115 pound division Ohio will
be representediby Shanley whose vic-
tory over Eakin of Indiana, stampeds
him as -Mooney's best mn in this
weight. He will meet Baker, Mic-
igan's 115 pounder who has go e
through three conference seasons"
without a single defeat. Lindquist,
Ohio's leading 125 pounder is sche-
duled to meet Solomon, steller per-
former from last year's team who
gained an easy victory in his first Big
Ten meet of the year. last week against
Purdue. This will be Solomon's first
home meet of the season.
Watson, 'Michigan's high point
scorer for 'the meets held so far this
season, wil face Hosler, Ohio's veteran
135 pounder from last year's team.
Watson has scored 21 points and has
thrown three of his five opponents.
Hosler has perfected the scissor hold
and uses it continually.
Star 145 Pounder Returns
The return of 1-ummel, 145 pounder
from last year's freshman team, who
was inured early in the season, has
greatly strengthened the Buckeye
team in this division. Sauer, who has
defeated both of his Conference op-
ponents in the first two Big Ten
meets, will oppose the Ohio star.
In the 158 pound class Captain Don-
ahoe, who has never lost a Conference
match will meet Wilford. The Buck-
eye star wrestled at 145 pounds last
year, but is competing in the heavier
division this season, and promises to
give the Michigan leader a real test.!
Ohio boasts two formidable con-
tenders in Captain Ray Roshon and
Whitacre in the 175 and heavyweight
divisions. Preston who won his first
onference against Hazen of North-
western will attempt to continue his
success against the Buckeye grappler,
SPORTS OF THE WEEK ,
Basketball-Indiana at MIC(;i-
GAN 7:30 o'clock.
Hockey-MICHIGAN at Wis
Wrestling - Ohio State at
MICHIGAN, 3 o'clock.f
CI NFERENCE BASKETi'BALL
Northwestern at Chicago.
Wisconsin at Ohio State. I
4 .Purdue at Iowa.
Big Ten Tracksters1
To Compete Tonight
Northwestern, Ohio State, Wiscon-
sin, and Chicago will engage in the
fourth annual indoor quadrangular
track meet and relay carnival to-
night at Patten gymnasium, Evanston.(
Special emphasis is put on the four
relays; points being counted double
the value of the individual events.
Wisconsin, winner in previous years,
will not have such an easy time to-
night, according to early indications
as the Badgers have already fallen!
to Coach Bresnahan's star Hawkeye
team while Ol1o State holds at 51-!
39 win over Chicago. However, de-
feat at the hands of the Hawks is
far from a disgrace, the Iowa City
combination being top heavy favorites
at present to win the Conference meet.
The ten events on the program in-
cIude the 40 yard dash, 40 yard low
and high hurdles, shot put, pole vault
and high jump in the individuaul side
meet. The relays are the mile, two
mile, four, mile, and medley. In the
latter the distances will be 880, 440,
220, and mile.
The relays are in doubt since there
is little basis for comparison. None
of the four schools has an outstaiding
performer in the short dash, but the.
other individual events should furn-
ish good marks.gThe feature will
probably be the high jump with M-
Ginnis of Wisconsin and Burg of
Chicago due to continue their feud
well above six feet. Droegemiller of1
Northwestern should stage a pretty
performance in the pole vault with'
McGinnis. Northwestern should
come near to a sweep in the shot put
with Lewis far the class of the field
and with two other men capable of
better than 40 feet.
who is one of the best 175 pounders
in the Conference.
Rich, 175 pounder from last year's
team will compete in the unlimited di.
vision instead of Prescott who has
filled the position in every meet so far
this season. This change was made be-,
cause of Rich's greater speed and ex-
perience. The Michigan entry will face
Whitacre, Big Ten heavyweight title
holder, and this bout should prove to
be one of the feature performances of
DNtrtmouth and Princeton are tied
for the lead in the eastern basketball
All battery men and other
candidates who were not on the G
l baseball squad last year will
f please report for practice in Yost
field house as soon as their ex-
aminations are completed. Can-
1 didates should bring their own
RAY FISHER, Coach.
For Illinois Relays This Afternoon
Time trials in preparation for the fl-- ed to, and the latter has had practical-
uinois relays will be held at 3:15 o'- ly no Varsity experience. Hart, who
clock today in Yost field house, and was considered one of the best half
tie results will determine the number milers on the squad, was operated on
of men that Coach Farrell will take during the Christmas vacation and at
to U rbana next Fridqy.Iprsnisntncodintou.
Oing to the fact that Michigan is present is not in condition to "".
unable to have any advance practice In case Briggs does not appear in
or the Conference indoor meet, due the half mile he will run in the mile,
to the lack of space, Coach Farrell is his usual event. The former cross-
planning to take a larger squad than country captain is not a flash in this
usual to Illinois, in hopes that he may event, but he is a steady, brainy, run-
give his men some of the all-important! ner, and with an even break may lead
competition that is necessary for themi the field' at Illinois. The two mile will
to keep) them in shape. be taken care of by Ted Hornberger,
The track team has been hit harder, who was born and trained in Ann Ar-
than was expected by ineligibility, and bor.
he loss of Leschinsky, and Jack and In the weight events winners for
Louis Kelly leaves a gap that will be Michigan will be conspicuous by their
hard to fill, if it can be filled at all. absence. Outside of ILovette, Coach
Leschinsky has always been a prac- Farrell has no one that can be depend-
tically sure bet in the 220 yard dash, ed upon for a point. This situation is
and just as often has added points to in direct contrast with last years
the Michigan total in the 100. Jack champions, when Doyle and Hawkins
Kelly was captain of the freshmen last won regularly in the discus and ham-
year, and seemed to be one of the best mer throw, and Munz added points in
half milers to graduate to the Varsity the shot put.
in some time. Louis Kelly led the rest Coach Farrell is still undecided upon
in high jumping, and seriously threat= the make-up of his relay teams, but it
ened six feet on several occasions. is practically certain that Munger, Val-
There is practicaly no one at pres- entine, Briggs, Mueller, and Oldheiser
ent to take the place left vacant by will be used.
Leschinsky and L. Kelly, and the loss
of the points that these men were sure More than 250 candidates reported
to win will tell heavily in the coming for the first practice of the Harvard
meets. .. Varsity crew.
In the time trials today Hester will1
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yard dash, and can be counted on tO -
finish first at Champaign, unless some
young star suddenly appears who as I BASEBALL MANAGERSIIPS
yet has had no publicity.
In the 440 yard dash Mueller, Mun- I All Sophomores who wish to
ger, and Oldheiser 'appear to run faster try out for the assistant baseball
than the rest, and it is probable that ] managership are asked to report
all three will make the trip. The half I at Yost field house at 3:30 o'clock
mile is to be taken care of by Briggs l any afternoon.
and Munger. The former is running i Arthur L. 'Evely, Mgr.
in a shorter event than he is accustom- .
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Four members of Indiana's bas4etbafll team who may see action against the Michigan quintet in
tonight's game, and Jack Winston, star back guard whose lose throughgraduation was responsible for the
Hoosier's recent defeat at the hands of Chicago.
Captain Krueger is one of the leading forwards in Big Ten basketball circles and stands well up in
the scoring columns for the season. Sibley is the pivot man of the Crinm son team.
For Younlg P-eny'/AU Aged
Derr is a reserve forward whose unusual ability renders him valuable for reserve duty.
guard and may get the call to work with Correll in checking the rangy Michigan forwards.
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