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~SDAJA Y, 2s8. THE MICHIIGAN DAILY

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PEA B D BLUE CAT EAM'S{ U 'PREPHIAES~kOR MEETS

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BIG 'TEN STARTS SEASON SATURDAY
(Continued from Page Six) teamii, strong tavorites to repeat last
to records given out after the gamze !ye rs triumph in pre-season talk.
play he forced to swallow another
this was the third loss by '. (*ei; intter pill admrinisteredl by the Purple
L ,n-, in the last 70 games or so ' defeat in the opening gaince of the
and the first win for the Purple in Conference race.
] 1 games .4 Last, ight 's gamnes, Michigan with
Northwestern has a fine team, ac- lBradley and ('hicago with the Oregon
cordling to every report and will cer- I Ag.gies, endedl the preliminaries to
I ainly be one of the leading contend-3 the "main event" with the exception
ors for the Big Ten crown now worn of a tilt scheduled between Ohio and~
U~iGL 'h.t , Dy1ii luiga. T . n. s giis c r,+ on+~iOYUW (" .oiuniluuf.

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* University Of Pennsyyaiiia fetters
.Nose Out Wolv-erines In Last
Milnute, 99 to :39
GAME TIED AT 'THE HALF
Another highly groome Eastern
quintet, the Penn cage squad, dis-
played -enough in the only vacation
tilt on the Wolverine schedule to
force 'the Michigan five to bow in de-
feat;. 39-36, the salaam marking the
second humiliation in three start s f'or
the defending Big Ten champions.
Coach Edwin .J. Mather's Wolver-
ines, performing without the super-
vision of the veteran "Skipper," bat-
tled the Quakers on better than even
terms throughout the .major portion
of the contest, but an exhibition of
free throw skill under earnest the
Penn squad' the verdict in the last
35 seconds of play.
After the 17-17 knot time, incident-
ally one, of the seven points at which
the score was deadlocked, the Wol-
verines managed, to forge ahead to
a 36-32 advantage with less than two
minutes to play.
Four gratis tosses overcame the
lead and then followed the break of
the game, another opportunity from
the misdeameanor stripe, a-,wardedt for
McCoy's technical foul detected dur-
ing the jump at scrimnmage. .McCoy
attempted to catch the bail, it was;
ruled, instead of ;tipping it to amae
and Penn gained a one-poin1t advan-
tage. Shaaf dropped a' basket as the
gun barked to end the game,
llichI gan (36i) B F 13
Oosterbaan rf..........3 2 8
Raber If...........1 1 3
Roseif /............... 3 0i 6
Chapman c*.............1 1 3
McCoy rg ..............0 1 t
Harrigan Ig .......7 1 15
15 G ))0
Pennsylvania (39) B F P
k artnett rf.............3 1 7
Lovepoy If ..............2 2 6
Connell c "...............5 1 31
Shaaf rg...............4 3 11
LazarIg ................0 0 0
Grube Ig...............1 2 4
15 9 ;>9

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*OPEN SEASON SATURDAY~
Ca ndidates fr the Woverine wrest-
hung team r eturnedl to Ann Arbor six
-days eariher from their holiday va-
cations in ordier to get into better~
codton for the stren 'oils 1.)28
schedule which includes three hard
dual meets in addition to the four
regular Conference engagements.
* I Practically every one of the strong-
:K st; contenders fur the seven weight
* - (Iiionls, 18 in all, returned to par-
..v ticip~ate in the extra practices. ac-
:s:><' -^ ordlnlg to Coach Clifford Keen. Tie
:,;:"::..addtitional wor k has put the ien in
*good coniditioni for the first practice
* meet which is just one week away.
,.~- -- h mat season will open Friday
cc33tftlt"Slaghtr - and Saturday when the annual Unii-
"Buch"SI~ightc versity championships will be ae-
Former, Wolverine grid star and a trie. Ti et a oDv
' mmbe ofWalerCam~p's All-Amr,- been held b)efore the holidays, out it
cnteam in 1924, who has been nam- haed to be postponed on account of a
e asassistant to Harry Kipke at'int neto thatwa suffered ,by
MichganState college next season. serammbsoftequd
Slaughter was assistant to Georgeserammbsoftequd
Little at Wisconsin iii 1925. i addition to the practice dual
meets withOhio university, West
'VARSITY S IMN E 1'riia n ihgnSaecollege,
Coac Ken anouned hatthe Var-
WINS FOUR__DUAL MEETS sity squad 'will stage dual engege-
(Continued from Page Six)} I]freshman team on January 14 and
fancy diving. He was defeated by 28. While this will' be an innovation
Strad o Eri, Rnglt ofPen nin local mat circles, it is expected to
Strad o Eri, Rnglr ofPen A.provide valuable practice for the Var-
C. and Lavin and Harwood of Wash- sity candidates in addition to giving
ington S. C. Batter took a secondl and 'thle yearlings a, taste of outside corn-
a third in this event. p-letition.
One of the high lights of the trip This year's freshmran team includ-
was Darnall's performance in the es a inumber of capable performers,
100 yard free style at Erie, when h^ but Coach B~otchen is handicapped by
covered the century in 53.6 seconds. !an unusually small squad of candi-
Darnall collected several scalps onl dates. The freshman outfit numbers
the trip, winning from 'Wright, the only abioutt 30 men, less than half of
Colunrr'bia star, in the 40 yard free Ilast year's candidates.
style at Erie, and defeating Fissler of The all-campus" meet of Friday and
the N. Y. A. C. andl Glancy of Penn. Saturday will have no effect upon
A. C. in the century.I the composition of the team that will
Wagner covered the 200 ya.rd brea~st meet Ohio university in the opening
stroke in 2:49 or under on three oc- encounter on the 1928 schedule Jan
casions. Against Penn A. C. his time 11 in Yost field house. The tryouts
was 2:47, remarkably fast or thej for this meet will be held Monday
event, afternoon.

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this great quintet that the Wolverines
epen their season Saturday night.
The game is to be played in Bart-
'lett gymnasium at Evanston and it
is not at_ all beyond the bounds of

In addition to the Michigan-North-
western encounter the schedule cealis;
for the followving: Saturday games:
Purdue at Illinois; Chicago at Indi-
ana; WXisc.onsin~ at Ohio State; Iowa

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