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'HER WIN OVER IOWA FEATURES BIG TEN O

page one.)
Results . of the opening basketball
contests oa the 1928 Big Ten cam-
paign, featured by the startling win
of Minnesota over Iowa, one of the'
most favored favorites, dropped the
Michigan quintet from its high posi-
tion in th advanced rating and
stamped Indiana of sufficient calibre
to be entitled to a formidable reputa-
tion,
Last night's battles, in which the
- Hawks were given the opportunity to
redeem themselves against Northwest-
ern, conquerors of the Wolverines by
a 2-20 score, and likewise too, in
which the same Michigan team fought
a looming Cardinal squadron at Madi-
son in an effort to refill the dope-
bucket with Michigan hopes, failed to
unravel thi tangle.
Another tit is scheduled for the
strong Purple five for Thursday night
when Chicago plays host to the Wild-
cats. The more important Saturday
nlight card calls for games which
should give at least some indication
of the probable outcome of the race.
Hoosiers To Come Here
On that date the Hoosiers, whose
great defensive work in the opener
against Chicago while themselves al-
most tripling the Maroons' 13 points,
will receive a more severe test in en-
countering the Wolverines at Ann Ar-
bor. Coach Everett Dean's squad, if
it does weather the early campaign-
ing, is commonly expected to crash
when graduation claims Beckner, star
forward, just as last year, when two
of the Crimson stars were lost to the
team through commencement.
Illinois, after throwing a scare into
Purdue, will also return to the court
fioor on Saturday when Iowa whose
power is not as definitely established
as some would have it, receives the
Indians.
On Saturday, too, the surprising
Gophers will play host to the dimin-
utive Badgers, still without the serv-
ices of one of the most reliable cen-
ters in the Conference, Hotchkiss, who
is suffereng from an infected foot.
Neither Purdue nor Ohio will see
action this week, but the work of the
former squad, performing without
Cummins, last season's leading scorer,
and Wilcox, another great player,
showed the power expected of the
Boilermakers. Murphy, giant center
of the squad, scored 14 points in his
Big Ten debut. Illinois used 10 play-
ers in the game, Purdue failing to
make any substitutions.
Gophers Look Good
Indiana and Minnesota, potential
dark horses, looked good in the open-
ers on Saturday. McCracken, the
Hoosier ceiiter, almost doubled the
combined total of the Chicago team
when he dropped 11 baskets and a
brace of free throws. His feat i-n out-
scoring the opposition was paralleled
by the work of Captain Behr, Wiscon-
sin leader, who tallied six baskets
and two fouls for 14 points, one more
tha. Ohio's total.
Minnesota, with Otterness leading
the floor game,, and with Start and
Nydahl tallying 11 points each, just
managed to 'nip Coach Sam Barry's
Iowans by a 33-32 margin. Outside of
Northwestern and Purdue, Minnesota
was the only team to go through
without a substitution.
- All that may be definitely conclud-
ed about Saturday's contests is sim-
ply that Chicago and Ohio are, so
weak that they are destined for the
cellar. Moreover, all of the other
eight teams are so closely matched
that the race promises to be a great
one.
GAMES TillS WEEi
Thursday
Northwestern at Chicago.
Saturday
Indiana at Michigan.
Illinois at Iowa.
Wisconsin at Minnesota.
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M;,C MICHCAN||JCKPROMOTER PLANS
ATHLETIC ARENA
No Ihte Set For PIhtyof of ( nime With .
SJ)IrbmiP Beneuse Of Iuions
Condition Of Ice? I
TECH UAMES UNCERTAIN
Anoither postponement of the pro-
poed hockey game between the Uni-
versity of Michigan and Michigan
State college was made necessary ",.
again yesterday due to adverse weath-
er conditions. As originallly planned
the teams were to meet in East Lan-. .
sing last Saturday, but due to lack of 4'
practice and ice at-Michigan State the
game was arranged to be played to- ..
few days has left Lansing, as well as
Ann Arbor with good ice for skating.
It is not known at the present time
when the game will be played, but
Elton E. Wieman, assistant director Iferman J. Fugazy
of intercollegiate athletics, told Mich- Brooklyn's fistic promoter and rival
igan State authorities that the Wol- of Tex Rickard, who has just an-
verines .would, go to East Lansing on nounced plans for a $5,000,000 athletic
24 hours notice, providing no regular- arena to be built in New York city.
ly scheduled game interfered. . According to Fugazy the building will
Tech Conde Here Friday be the most modern in every detail of
Without a game early this week I construction and convenience to pa-
Coach Eddie Lowrey will not get his trons, and will more than rival Madi-
-men into competition until this Thurs- son Square Garden, the baliwick of
day and Friday when the Michigan Rickard, and at present the largest
Tech. team from Houghton, Mich, ar- plant of its kind in the country.
rives for a pair of games. Last year Fugazy has been quite prominent
the Tech team, then known as the in boxing circles for several years,
Michigan College of Mines aggrega- having staged several important bat-
tion claimed the Midwestern champi- ties at Ebbets field in ,Brooklyn.
onship, basing its claims on victories
over the University of Michigan, Notre NEW SENIOR MANAGER
Dame, and other of the larger schools APPOINTED BY BOARD
of this section.
It is apparent from the showing Due to an increase in activities at
made by the Tech team again this sea- the intramural office and a larger
son that it is as good, if not better, number of participants in intramural
than the championshop sextet of 1927.- sports, it has been found necessary
A week ago the University of Wiscon- to create another senior0 manager.
sin puckmen, under their new coach, At a recent meeting of the Board
Johnny Farquar, fell victims to Mich- in Control of Athletics it was voted
igan Tech in one game and battled to to give the intramural sports- de-
a scoreless lie in the second. partment another manager, who will
Make Aniouncement Today Ibe awarded a block M along with the
Whether the two games with Mich- other managers of major sports.
igan Tech planned for this week4nd However, the new manager will not
will be played, will be announced late have a voice on the Board. As has
today, according to weather reports been the case formerly, one mana-
for the next few days. I ger will sit in at the Board. meet-
Since the Wolverines first game last j ings.
Friday night, Coach Lowrey has had The major activity on the intra-
his men on the ice twice. Unless the mural sports program for this week
weather changes the rest of the prac- is basketball which got under way
tices of the week will he staged in last night, whor 40 teams entered
the field house. The most that can be the first round of the elimination ser-
accomplished by having the men work ies in class A interfraternity chain-
out there is to keep them in shape pionship title. The games were sched-
and 'build up their wind. ' uled from 7 until 10 o eil five

Another football game to be played
by the Michigan second grid team
next fall was announced through the
office of Fielding H. Yost, director of
athletics, when he released the fact
that the Western State Teachers' col-
lege squad will meet the Wolverines
on Nov. 3 at Kalamazoo, the same date
that the Illinois will defend the Big
Ten championship at Ann Arbor.
Announcement of the latest game
for the B or second team raises the
total number of contests carded for
that eleven to five. The other oppon-
ents listed follow: University of To-
ledo, Michigan State Normal college,
and University of Wisconsin (B), all
away from home; Ohio State (B),
here.
Two more games will be arranged
when tentative negotiations now pend-
ing are consummated.

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