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THE MICHIGAN DAMLY

T ESDAY, PEBPARY , 192s

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AGKMEN WILL OPEN

12S ~E L D Y NIG,HT

MEI ETEEDINHIS SQUAD WILL MEET ,MICHIGAN QTTFRrilM'N )EVLTED PURDUE STRA NIPRATCNET T 4WLEIEAM Is 3T H .CNEEC
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QUINTET
CAGE LEAD
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Prout And Cooper, Individual Stars,
To Patircipate In Pole vaut'
And Hulirdle Evenits
RELAY TEAM TO COMPETE
Six members of the Wolverine
track team will open the 1928 indoor ,
season Friday night at Chicago by I' .:............ .........,
cotmpeting in the annual handicap
game, which are staged under the! x
direction. of the Illinois Athletic
club. -It will be the first time that a $
Michigan team has participated in
this meet since 1924.
In additionj to the invitation two x
mile university relay, which is con-
sidered 'one of the feature events onE
the program', men have been entered
in the .nole vault and the -hurdles.
Coach Farrell regards these two.
events as valuable sources of ex-
p re c bea s of t e fc thtthey are run from scratch, while the
others are all handicap events.
Liamont Is Only. Veerant
Tetomlreatemwlbelcomposed of Lamont, Hunt, Leonard,
and Monroe. Of this number, La-.-
mont is the only man who hads won '
his Varsity letter in track, although l
the others were members of theI
Wolverine squad last ~season. Mon-
roe captained the cross country team l, Z
last fall and won his letter in the C
sport.
The 1924 Michigan two mnile relay┬░
teami, composed of Bowman, Frey-
berg, Hattendorf, and Reinke, com-n
peted in the I. A. C+. game and wonj
he C l Wil a H.B c m n t o h!by defeating Iowa State college and'Oi St e un v r ty
tAlhuhiisuctan wa'teams the Wolverine quartet willl 'Coa.ch of Purdue's undefeated bask
face Friday evening, Coach Farrell blocks remaining in Michigan's p~ath
expressed the belief that Iowa uni-{ came to the Bailermakers nine yinears
versity, Iowa State college, and No- has won or shared three titles. Purdue,
tre Dame will be the three other con- Indiana, will meet the Michigan five at
testants.
To Face' Hard Conmpetitioni IDIANA UNIVE RSITY WILL
Comparatively little is known con- IN BIG TEN TITLE RACI
corning the strength of the Notre ___
Dame team,,, but the other two Speciadl toII
schools are reputed to have excep-: BLOOMINGTONInd., Feb. 1.-In1-
ti onally fast outfits this season. Iowa diana university will resume its cam-
State placed second in this event lastpig inteBgTncmiosp
Thursdayhih rehein thewMYrserace next Saturday night when the
ciyaesdwichiwerepoheld inhNewYorkUniversity of Iowa comes to Blooma-
cit, ad i isreortd tat heington. The tilt will be Indiana's first1
Hawkeyes boast four half milers whoCofrnegm thsea wiou
haConcerence gamedthianyearnwithout
thavetcoveredute dsaneinls the services of Beckner who grad-
thantwo inuts.uated last week
The Wolverines should be in con- Iw cr~ i )itmri
dition for the opening event of theI over Illinois while Indiana reaped a
season, although regular practice 44 to 29 victory. The Hlawkteyes are
wat ba d ndiuigohnxa ia dangerous foes and are likely to give
tinperiod. Most of the men have Indiana a fierce battle. They present
worked out regularly during the pastI a strong defense with a pair of goodl
two weeks, and Coach Farrell ex-
pects the three days of training that
remain before the meet to put them
in first -class condition.

Vast. ~.Lanusing Tleam i XWill AttemptI~l
SLoner'iy% iA rett il
COAC'H TO ALTER LINEI
W\ith a 2.loto vxitoryoiv or t
W\ohlvie,; as its ll! st '-i1((e'.-i

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ciii 0 llt I loli "Ita t'lostl y by
"ols <lailsecoil(plaI~ce. Wis-
cmi i 1imi od osition, and 'ichigani
,,iulld i .aiI d(31for filirtii, all retainl
laow U" 1of\'cit itall V 51111ring ('catfer-
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sofa andt Chicago respectively.
The scledule for this week, how-
ever, calling as it does for Northwest-
em at Illinois tomiorrow, aidf Purdue,
Michigan, Wisconsin, and Indiana all
in action on Saturday, is rich with
poss5ibilities.
'Though the whole week's program is
admittedly featured by the all-import-
ant Purdue-Michigan tilt, much de-
pends capon Illinois' upsetting the for-
midable Wildcats whose schedule ap-
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game of thle season. the Mieli igan ;St ate Satt rd<.--Indiana. tihere.
college sextet will come to Ann Arbor ---
tonight, in alln effort to repeal its per-4 P 'l',?'x;,
sfta rit t 7: io t t in th e f '('olise , im at ih e S i t d y - i
foot of I lill st reet. r li4Clt a:;
Teifirst: Vic l wan l-M ligaii S ate \\Ednesdlav - M I c ~U S
game played last Wednesday at East here.
ILansin-- was a slow one anad the M ich- Piax -icosnIIS
igan teain, of thle ItwI)iolontesritntsut Sitrdv Wsoiro
on the more sluggish lperforma lice. i--
? Lowery SIl it' Lineup
Bu h e m t a o cl P((4 r d y I .I co t Low ery is going to put on the ice to- I Chicago.
night will be a diffterent appeatring !-- -
aggregation than thle slow nmov ting, I l \(l!@A
'wild siotting one wvhich fell biefore1 Satutrday- Illin~ois, here
1State last week. Since the last meet-
ing of the two teams, cacti one has -
playedin Marquette tiniversity. In the YEARLTIN I CN ' ,
final Marquette game in which theTODIL N ~ L
Wi olverin es participated the MiltwauT- T D U L I c e a h e e e e bi o -a l o c m
kee athetes wre bareyhable10 com
(Jiut victorious, th final scoreU being 1 All fresmn t.-~ tIi i n
to t) A fter the first few minutes when are urged 10 report at Irho boldle'sc
{Marquett e got the lone score of the for (aily practice from niow I til
game, the XWoverines battled them on end of the prieseint rsoc;. t1 itu l.
even terms.j the pr'esent time the ye l i'l 511080
The same group of Michigan play- has confined its act ]itie5 Ia -O "V0
ers that. gave Marquette such a close W\aterman gymniasiin.
fight will form the opening line up The renmainiflr;proetc i w 55
for tonight's game. Jones at goal, will consist 0of8about J \,,(-;(i i'-
Bryant and Hlart, defense, Manes, ('('1i tensive triaining, accOrcdiiig,1wto f.
ter', andI Copeland and _Nygord, wdings, Keen, at th end of whlichimrwllpoaybe te lyrs hojnueasad.A'sili i be11
Coach IEddie Lowrey will let, open to- The awards will he bared upon <t *1-
night's game. tenidanc(e as well as profiewc

11111 Hill

All nie and ten dollar
coats to go at this price
Jfor l/n C Since 148sr

SUiC AE~r CAM.
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ketball team, one of. the big stumibling
to another championship. Lambert
,s ago,e and since his arriavl Purdue
ewitli victories over Illinois, Iowa, and
tithe field house Saturday night.

RESUME ITS CAMPAIGN
'E SATURDAY AGAINST IOWA
goal shooters
Plhe game with Iowa will b~e the
first Big Ten affair for the Hoosiers
since their clash with Purdue at La-
Fayette, Jan. 24. Coach Everett Dean
gave his mein an entire week's rest
Following the Boilermaker battle, call-
lng his players hack for practice only
last Wednesday.
Indiana has p~lay'ed five of its 12
Baines in the Big Ten, winninug three
andt losing two bly a total of four
points. Michigan slipped uip on, the
l Deanmien at Ann Arbor, 42 to 41,
1while Purdue had a 28 to 25 triumph.

BASEBALL )1ANAERS
All sophomores and second
semester freshmen interested
in trying out for assistant base-
ball m'anagers positions are re-
quested to report at 3 o'clock
any afternoon this week at Yost
field house.
James G~. McI~illen, Jr., Mgr.

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Frosh Track Squad
To Hold Daily Drills:,
Beg niing with yesterday after-
nons patc esoxCa┬░nCharles Hoyt announced that the4
freshman track drills will be heldl
daily from now on. A number of
the yearlings continued to work out
regularly in the field house through-
out the examination period:,
Following this week of p~ractice,
Coach Hoyt plans to hold a meeting
of all the freshman track candlioittess
at 2:30. o'clock Saturday afteiioon0
in the field house house. Next week
end the yearlings will hold(1thie
trials and these will be r'epeated?
every week throughout the rest ofj
the season. Plans are undher way to
arrange telegraphic meets with
other Conferance fireshman teams as
soon as the squad rounds into shape.
Coach Hoyt has uncovered a num-
her of promising performers amongj
thle yearling material, including sev-
eral candidates for every event ex-
cept the pole vault, the hurdles, and
the discus. Thus far no one has
reported for the latter event, while
the material in the other two is far
below the average calibre.
Among the ousta-riding prospects
on the squad at present time in ad-
diition2 to Tolan, :a dash man, are
Cook, Harrell and Cooper. Cook has
been perform'ing in an impressivO
l ashion in both the sprints and thei
high jump, while. Harrell has cleared I
22 feet in the broad jump in recentj
Practices. Cooper, a Chicago prod-,
uct, has been turning in some fast
timges in the 440, covering the dis-
tancee in around :53.

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Overcoat Speciaeul
We have a limited number of
overcoats from our regular stock
which are priced at very substan-
tial reductions.

CEDAR RAPIDS.,---Iowa university
diumni continue to object to the re-
'ention of Burt Ingwersen as head
grid coach.
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