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SATURDAY, JANUARY 7,1928

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PA E SEVEN

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HAWKEYE CAGE TEAM:
TO MEETMINNESOTA
Captain Twogood And Wilcox To Lead
Attack Of Iowa Quintet Against
Northmen Tonight
NYDAHL IS GOPHER STAR
(Special To The Daily)
IOWA CITY, Ia., Jan. 6.-Fresh
from the experimental laboratory ofj
four non-conference games, the Uni-
versity of Iowa basketball team
marches into the reality of the Big
Ten race by playing Minnesota at
Vinneapolis Saturday evening.
No easy task is that of disposing'
of the Gophers on a foreign court,
and the Iowans are being made no less
comfortable by the thought of North-
western, to be played Monday at Iowa
City.
. Barry Drills Defense
Minnesota's peculiar offense, in
which the men are constantly on the
trot always trying for close-in shots,
will run up against a defense espe-
cially fashioned by Coach Sam Barry.
It will be the purpose of the Iowans

~LDAORNEY 'Sigm1a Alpha Mu Leads Fraternities M~UITlI i)
In Total Points For Athletic Troph.IUIIVLII~II
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Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity com- winners hard for the title. I U LAT Y U M M Y
pleted the intramural fall sports pro- Although Phi Kappa carried off the !
gram with a total of,451 points, lead- individual honors, the cross country (Continued from Page Six.)
ing Theta Chi by 54 points. Theta title went to Tau Kappa Epsilon by Both teams will be in the hands ofF
Chi won the all-year participating cup virtue of placing men, fifth, sixth, and men who are seeing their first BigI
last year, with the Sigma Alpha Mu's seventh. Ten games as coach. Coach Lonborg
runners-up for the much coveted Wrestling offered one of the great- is in his first year at Northwestern
trophy. est attractions when Theta Chi upset while Coach George Veenker will be
Phi Lambda Kappa is in third place the dope by winning a hard fought directing the Wolverine strategy in
with 334 points; Phi Chi, fourth with contest over the Phi Beta Delta mat- Skipper Mather's absence.
303 points; Kappa Nu, fifth with 282 men. A triple tie featured this event, The probable hneups
points; closely followed by P_ 1 Ep- !when Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Beta Northwesern P0s Micigan
silon Delta with 261 points, the latter Delta, and Chi Psi battled for second. Fisher (c)......F.....Oosterbaan
just nosing out Tau Kappa Epsilon honors. Gleichman......F..F............Raber
with 260 points. Alpha Kappa Lambda According to an announcement from Walter........C........'Chapman
has 220 points and Sigma Chi places the intramural office, the fall sports Jhss.......G......H .Rose
tenth with 212 points,.rga wsoeoftemstsces Marshall........ G..Harrigan (c)
The Christmas holidays saw the ful ever held at Michigan, and the
completion of the fall program, the managers are looking forward to a tion, authorities of the institution an-
last event being in the way of a sur- larger participating group in the win1 rounced last night.
prise, when Sigma Alpha Mu nosed ter events, than has ever competed in The resignation has not been ac-
out Theta Chi in water polo. Beta intramural activities.cepted and no successor to Sebring
Theta Pi won the swimming title in _ntraual __ct __ties is being considered, university ofli-
the last event, the relay race, by nos- cials said. Sebring refused to com-
ing out Phi Kappa Psi.rThe BetasFLORiDAGRID COAGH ment on his resignation, other than to
have captured the swimming honors TENDERS RESIGNATION say he had no plans made for the
fnr tho tffuture.

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Gene Sarazen. (top)
Johnny Farrell.
Noted professionals, who competed

to thwart Minnesota's habit of con- in the recent Miami Beach Open
trolling the ball as much as possible. championship. Sarazen, who is a
Iowa's speedy drive down the court former National Open champion won
may work the ball past the Gopher the title with a soore of 292 for 72
defense, which has been none too cer- holes. Farrell, the dapper St. Augus-

tain. The Hawkeyes are likely to do
considerable shooting, with Captain
Twogood, Wilcox, and Harris. as
leaders. Captain Nydahl, Otte ness,
and Stark are the scoring threats for
Minnesota.
Probable Lineups
Iowa Minnesota
Twogood (c) .. . .RF ...........Stark
Lawson .........LF.......Otterness
Wilcox ..........C...........Nelson
Kinnan..........LG...... Nydahl (c)
Harrison........RG.......McKinnon
Officials: Referee, George Levis
(Wisconsin); Umpire, John Getchell
(Minneapolis).
amrson Wins Race
In Chicago Meet
Paul (Buck) Samson, captain of
the 1927 swimming team which won
the national collegiate championship,
won a 100 yard free style race on
Thursday night at the Illinois Ath-
letic club in Chicago. His time was
:52 4-5 seconds, extremely fast for
the 60 foot pool. Samson is wearing
the colors of the I. A. C. this sea-
son.
Paul Manovitz, captain of North-
western's team last year, covered the
distance in :56.9 seconds. These were
the feature races on the club's water
program.

tine pro, placed second with 295. A
$3,000 purse was divided among the
winners.
COMPLETE PRELIMINARIES
OF 1928 MAT TOURNAMENT
(Continued from Page "Six.)
class, pinning Jackson, his first op-
ponent in 2:50 and Kirby in 5:30.
In the other bracket Kelly gained
a fall. over Russell, who had prev-
iously pinned Schantz in 4:05.
Thrush and Dougavito won their
way to the final round in the 15S
pound class by scoring two victories
apiece, all by falls. Dougavito threw
Lounsberry in 1:40 and Bixby in :56,
while Thrush pinned Law in 4:15
and Koffman in 4:22.
The semi-finals will be held at 3
o'clock this afternoon in the field
house and the finals at 7:00 o'clock
tonight on the basketball court in the
same place.

G tur te past our years.
Sigma Alpha Mu won another title (By Associated Press)
in speed ball, with Tau ;Delta Phi the GAINESVILLE, FLA., Jan. 6- H.
runner-up. The fraternity handball L. "Tom" Sebring, for the past three
championship was won by Phi Lambda years head coach at the University
Kappa. Phi Beta Delta pushed the of Florida, has tendered his resigna-
; tPhone 4300
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SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICE.

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FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Corner State and Washington Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, D.D., Minister
Parley C. Binghtaln, Assistant
Minister and Student Director
10:30-"Constructive Hope."
12:00-Ralph Johnson will lead a
discussion class in the student
Sunday School. A new class
in Bible Study will be formed.
6:00-"Applesauce" will be Ruth
Ellen Magee's topic for Wes-
leyan Guild.
7:30-President Bayaid Dodge of1
the American Univ. at Beruit,
Syria;, IN'ill speak.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Rev. Howard Chapman,
Minister for Students.
10:45-Worship. Sermon by Mr.
Sayles on "The Quest for God"
12:00-Bible School.
12:00-Student Study Group at
Guild :House.
5:30-Student Friendship Hour,
at Guild House.
6:30-Student Devotional meet-
ing. Topic: "What I have
sought and found in religion."
Miss Florence Pangborn and
Frank Chandler will lead in
the discussion.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Corner Huron and ivsion
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Dale It. Moore, Associate.
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell
Secretary for Women.
9:30-Church School. Student
Class led by Rev. 'Dale H.
Moore.
10:45-Morning Worship. Address
by President Bayard Dodge of
the American University of
Beirut, Syria.
12:00-Student Class led by Prof.
Howard McClusky.
5:30-Social Hour and Supper.
6:30-Young People's Society.

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CONGREGAIONAL
CHURCH
Dr. Carl S. Patton, Minister.
Sunday
9:30--Sunday School.
10:45-Morning Worship. Sermon
by Dr. Patton.
5:30--Student Fellowship Supper
followed by discussion.
ST. ANDREW'S
(EPISCOPAL) CHURCH
Division and Catherine Streets
Rev. Henry Lewis, Rector
Thomas L. Harris, Assistant
The First Sunday After Epiphany
8:00-Holy Communion.
9:30-Holy Communion Service
for Students at Harris Hall.
11:00--Morning Prayer and Ser-
mon by the Rev. Frederick C.
Grant, D.D.
6:15-Student Supper and Meet-
ing.
7:30--Evening Service.

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Sidney S. Robins,
January S, 1
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FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 South Division Street
10:30 a. m. -Regular Morning
Service: "Sacrament."
11:45 a. m.-Sunday School follow-
ing the morning service.

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EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave., between Packard
and Wifliams
G. A. Neumann, Minister
9:00-Sunday School.
10:00-Regular morning worship.
Sermon topic: "Man's Idols."
11:00-German sermon,
5:30-Young People's social hour
followed by devotional meet-
ing and discussion at 6:30 p.m.

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testimonial meeting.

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615 E. University

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ZION LUTHERAN
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9: 00---Bible Study.

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CHURCH
Fifth Ave.

CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES
Corner 1IMI and Tappan
Rev. Frederick Cowin

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
' Third and West Huron
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
Parsonage: 420 West Liberty

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