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LS I ttei-ps o break two world'san

-- - __-- - -_____________ 1928 HOCKEY CAPTAIN REO TFRPA TC
. Wlilliam A~anpv1ax, o n ran5,,nof PO T F B HI


Coaches iPlan To Alternat e NI agrim trentinlitrcleitercrs PI one year's Varsity exerience, was
And Nylanid At (Center Post wVil feature the dual meet tonight in ..rcnl lce ati ~te12
In Tocnight,'s Tilt which rilie Michigan simmers will en(Mcignhceyta.Maeao-~s Ase
gage the Grand Rapids Y. 1. C. A. from Duluth, Minn., where he played r+
TO MEET ALBION FRIDAY fin the latter leamns pool. Ten \901- on a high school team with Jones, INFIEL
verin~e nal at ors will aCcompiv w'lGomerg^an oter en°ho av
Alma college will oppose thle Wol- ConahnIMa nn to Grand Ira lis for Ithe;' j sincergplaed atMhigamn. Definite
venue "B" basketball quintet tonight 'meet.sinca ptanelect Mcian. areafiniot
in the third gam'e on the 5(chedule! A Michigan .quartet consisting0o. bert ainegulMangmanrndlastiganobase
for the Michigan reserves, the gam e jC(apt. Darnal, Seager, Walker,.iacl. Y h f ehars Va ritguadbutsto art stetedaybse'
to be played at the M. -I. A A re- Walaitis will endeavor to break tillN reen.sesosa.te cntr ostio.cen s
presentative's court, world's record of 3.38 seconds fori ~_ =Il:iprn telason.thgm enerwassitedn
Coaches George Veenker and Tar- 60 loot pool held by Cincinnati Y. 1I m 1 Ibac th s oldeplaeyatwianhife pthr
ry Kipke, accompanied by a squ ad Ct.itte40 adiea. t hY, p.~~.,oeedtegm nthtpsto itcberisi
of nine players are scheduled to ad~dition o 0 Ault they will tjy to, K: zopndtMhgam nthat lasitihose
leave Ann . Arbor at 1 o'clock this srpas;s the world's record of 4 :40 y <-antMcia taels ih, hue
afternoon, The cagemen making the 2-5 seconds in the 500 yard relay). Maney is the fastest skater on the which is
trip include Nyland, Balsamo, B iC(el by the Illinois A. C. This rep-__1928___squad,_____and___this____combined______with____time,________
eraKntSalLvlMa- cr a eno h ok ic his dexterous puck and stick handl-tmewi
gramn, Cushing, and McDonald. 1910. The MVichigarn swimmers willDeiainfthUiertyf 'n ngsol mke im nexletpopeh
Magrani 1Delared Eligible also try to break the intercollegiate 1 URYPLE 'IO d 0Ua0) nesota Field house, last Saturday in a INDIANA NETMEN (leader for the Wolverines who have the week
Of the group mentioned all except St) yard record of 4:427 held by INT R CH L!T C game between the Minnesota and Ohio CARD 15 M1EETS aln uphill fight to make in order to If only
Magram have participated in the lpair Navy. ,ln ntefrtpaei ofrnewohv
in-theafirstsplacelin Conferencerwho hhv
of tilts already. played. Magram, re_-]Either Watson or Reif will be the Stt--selai-enmre te( t~~sanigpatc
1SeiltTe1)iy accompl ish iet of a lu'.rpose onl which(peiltthUiy)pateo
cenly declared eligible, will engage sixth Insan added in an attempt to ofth-s
in his first bit of competition, 1'e01nwitec-eia 0 yr ~ EVANVSTON, Feb. 7.-Entry b~anks Minnesota has been set since 19'23 LOINTNof t7hnin V RIY O N M RO e dsu
se:anwi{eeleie60yr eito ].200 high schools 1foraiticipation wen h stadum wa begu.eThei IianaVAl teumS ARON ersthav
la eodfra6)fo o hntesaimwsbgn h owing in the wake of his mate on a eor o 6 otpool. jFildhoseprvids 1prfcty nierstywilAomet inaDeniII esXav
the all-star ineligibles, Orwig, who 'the oual meet with fthe Grand Ra- in Northwestern university's sixteenth mFiernhousketbll rour , ith per-thyues itye willhssrig QUN E B AE AL
broke into the CoeVsity game on pids "Y" will consist of the 40, 100, National Interschorlastic Track' and aenseats formre tan9,0________ 26, cnnoar car a-And
Monday. and 22() yard f re t style, 100 'yard Swimming meet to be held heret bleacher seas that will bring the'to-O 3itlega'r If( S)It F'" l'
Mgraa center, i expected toback stroke, 100 yard breast stroke,'Mairci 23-34 were mailed out by the toa o1,0,ana lxoshiltyo e-nolincedl today by Athletic Direct(or Ooseraan, lf...........3 2 8 veteran o
squad with Nyland. pills team 'includes Rse, formr Iahltc deprtment this week. largmn t wlCaeagadh.C.Ceegr vndzn O aber, rf. .. .. ... . ... ..' 1 0Mcee,
shr h io oiino h B n ac lvn.TeGadR-ahcitotal of 17,500. the tennis clashes have been defin- Chpac.. ......21 1 3 olMfe
B .samo, diminutive scoring star state A. A. IU. champion in severarl;Schools ini evey state have been in- AIstriiig 446 by 236tfeet, andI with McCoy, Ig............ 1 on.o
invhentsameRthscfr tisnea-evetsR-cmoneoe-tme ich'-vitee toattnd aetatnsnwictahea hagheof52weetathheaave ani ichyconracedchildtheehrelee-taheeg...........n0-
son, is expected to lead the attack gan State captain,. Fake, Weston, the outstanding indoor events for igh, 107 feet at the ridgepole, the Field tative. Present plans call for more1 Harrigan, rg ............1 2 4 The n
from the forward position again to- Marvin and Howard Clark, Kolenda,jIsho tdns house is one of the largest singel tennis meets thig Veal, than in sv- ufrb
night, paired with either Bowveiman Hendrickson, and Drew. sho tdns buildings in the state of Minnesota, cral seasos oas.......1 8 2 of hurler
or Kianitz. Sal niLxel\-h~ Michigan will encounter its first Over 50t) prep) school athletitcs rep- 111 cotoiosrcto a e hercutwedes wl pnhave rei
proo blyholldonhtelgurdclownBi TehcopetiionS'aiiray hengesetinitiscoolsinateuridayleheledowIbytrefacntintgt X theteirschduleAprll2ewiAprank C21agw(1thB FratenDo
tions. the squad joiurneys to Bloomington west and eastern states participated necessary only to build a shell. Zimmerman, rf..........1 1 3 e, Toi
The game tonight is the first of aI for a dual meet with Indiana. in the games last year. Wligo, Teitro sa"il"weefo--~ncleeivdn lon19~n awl f . .......' wi
seies of three to be pae this weekI Del., sent its swimming team to the (ball, track, baseball and basketball Gist, c.................3 0 6i catchers.
byth ""quntt O Fiayth SAS tP( P RPE meet andI for the second time in two teams may play. It will bec especially fo2i.etesuniMheBg e o re, g .............1 0 2 The in
charipionship Albion squad PUourneysIANA years the natators from the Atlantic useful in giving Minnesota a chance tochmisip Iy242,anl21Mcnugg.....1 1 3avre
to the field house and on Saturday, GAGE C4NTtST SOLD OUT Iseaboard captured first place. North- I begin baseball practice earlier in the BeiesteBi el ileeets n - - - Johnson,
whlethVritsuappse Pr westernhihoDertwaacls spring, to practice football indoors .n dana will also paricipate in the Totals..............7 5 19 Straube,
wheie the Vars-imty qadtoPprduestitPSpcr- t egalofacnd bad weather, and to play basketball state intercollegiate championships Referee-Kearns. Umpire-Young. has beer
the "B" aggregation will journey to BLOIG NFl.7-lset Northeast high of Detroit and La- on a home floor where there is ac- at Terre Haute. The dates of tic.Gnao ontem (t
Detroit, there to oppose the iycl fr the Purdue-Indiana basketbal game Gr ange high of LaGrange, Il., tied commodation2s for the thousands who state meet, are May 18 and 19. TORONTO-Franktie Gnr o hmt
loge quintet, here Feb. 18 have been sl n o o~isi h rtk(els u wish to see the Gophers in action. A Work on1 shapirng the Indiana n- the world's flyweight boxing title by tions of
_____________checks are being returned to a num- of the 55 schools represented in thes swimming pool will be built when versity tennis courts for early sping defeating Frenchy Belanger, Cana- in antici]
Class ~ e~o plcnsframsin h et33 figured in the scoring more money becomes available, practice will take place shortly. dian fighter. fieldingd
assB C ge eam~s capacity !of the me's gymnasium, column.
Compee To ightwhere the game will be played, s ap- Indctions point to a much larger
To po-xiate 3,00.I entry list this year and preparations
To Co pete onig Thp~~eynasium has been sold out are being made to house over1,0
Clas B aslet~allcomose offor practically all Big Tenl basketball high school boys in Evanston dluiig
teamsas of theb various classes and ndcrl-oe--( games here since Coach Everett the two day contests.
Pendent groups, will get under way in Dean's regime started three years _______________-.__ _i
the preliminary contests tonight at agbo. During this time his IndianaM~(E
the Waterman gymnasium. As has teams have been at or near the top TAK)I1AE
been the case in previous years the~ of the Conference ladder. Thousands ; All sophomores and second
league system will be used in the of applicants for seats for the big( semester freshmen who wish to_____
eliinnatwiliotunystaigteleague game have been turnedl away. I tryoutt for assistant track man-3
winers.wil met n sraiht himn- After this season Indiana will be IIaership please report at 3
ation- to determine thne champion prepiared to seat as many as 15,000 o'clock any afternoon this -week
class and independlent teams, fans, with the new field house which at Yost Field house.
In the first contests tonight 40 is scheduled for completion on Oct. 1, !orne J. Poole.I .1
teams w il v~rtiinan in___ 192.t1____________________-_____-___.,__ _ -____

umber O Plitchers, Catcliers
"Coach Ray Fisher's Calli
For Early Pracitce
1steps towardI the organiza-
he 1928 University of Michi-
ball teamw were ftaken yes-
hen Coachk Ray L. Fisher
me 26 candidlates, mostly
and catchers, through the
-up exercises at the field
This number of candidates,
a record one at this early
[1 be augmented biy sore
ve players before the end of
rone third of the pitchers
e reported thus far for tile
develop before the beginning
ason Coach Fisher will not
'bed in mind, for 12 pitch-
reported to him among the
the 12 men are Asbeck, a
f last year's nine, Hlillslatr
f last year's freshman squad,
Whitney, Hoek, Duff, Mosel-
let, Holtzman, and Walker.
r'en Catchers Re~port
umber of catchers does not
r comnparison to the number
s, no less than 10 receivers
ported to Coaich Fishier to
linsky, Short, Duckman, Moy-
risend, Brackie, 'Raing, and
are numbered among the
fielders and outfielders who
)orted at the field house are
Squire, Avery, Williams,
and Andrews. Coach Fisher
agiving thmese mein light
ills in order to accustom
the light and other conidi-
the cages at the field house
patfoA of longer batting and
drills later.

which will be played on four courts
simultaneously. Beginning promptly
at, 7 o'clock and continuing until 11
o'clock. The next games will be play-
ed on Tuesday, Feb. 14, at which time
40 more teams will meet in competi-
Aside from the class teams which
will vie for honors, the independent
teams have used considerable ingen-
uity in naming their respective quin-
tets. Among the names chosen are:
Sleepy five, Wolverine cubs, It group,
Sphinx, Hoosiers, Ten cannibals,
Knights of the Garter, Bearcals,
Odelots, Oakland gulleys, Lowry7
group, Gogebic, and the 1108''s.Tei
Big Ten is weft represented wvith
such teams as Wisconsin, Purdue,
Northwestern, Ohio, Illinois, M4inne-
sota and Indiana. The Mt. Clemens
club-has also entered a quint in the
competition.; Another group calls
itself the volleyball five.
All the 1)ayers who expect to par°-
ticipate in these court contests, and
who have not yet taken the required
physical examinaion, are requestedl to
do so before playing. The examina-
tions will be given at the health serv-
ice. In the case of men who are play-
ing ,both fraternity and class basket-
ball one examination will be suffi-
Mrs. Emmett French was medalist'
in the women's golf tourney at Pine-
hurst Monday.
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