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P~ACE ~SIR:

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MATME[NAND ENES~
LOSE THROUGH FINALS~
BASRKETBALL TEAM IIOLSTER-11)
WITHl ADDITION OF FOUR
NEW PLAYERS
BASEBALL ALSO GAINS
Lange, Veteran Of 1925) Title Teami
And McAfee, &Irouiising Pitcher,
Decla red' Eligible
Fencing and wrestling were the only
Wolverine teams to suffer materially
from ineligibility following the midl-
year -examinations, according to the
official announcement made yesterday
by Coach E. E. Wieman, assisitant
athletic -director, in addition to this
unusually_ good record, basketball andl
blaseball profited noticeably through
additions to their ranks of candidates.
Fencers Lose Four
Michigan's newest Varsity sport,
fencing, suffered the most because of
losses through ineligibility, four men
being removed for scholastic deficien-
cies. These were Pettibone, Judson,
.Kahan, and Koon. Wrestling was the
other sport to suffer, losing Ed
George, heavyweight star of the 1925
team, who loomed as one of the best
men in the 'Big Ten this year.
The basketball, baseball,. swimming,
and hockey teams- established a record
by not losing a single candidate
through ineligibility. The football
squad did not lose 'any of its regular
members, although several of the new
prospects are in doubt. These men
have until next September to be-
come eligible, however, so +the coaches
have decided to withhold formal an-
nouncenment of their standing untilI
that time.
Track Squad Is Intact
Track, the largest of all the Varsity
squads, 'also came through the exam~in-
ation period intact, although Herbert,
a letter winner in cross country last
fall and a prospective distance man in
track, was declared ineligible. Coach
Farrell's squad was strengthened by
the addition of several men, includ-
ing Carlson, promising weight candi-
date.
Basketball and baseball both prof-
ited considerably through the addition
of new prospects following the exam-
ination period. Five promising play-
er's including Orwig, Barley, Magram,
and Myron were added to the Varsity
squad. Barley is a'veteran of two
years ago, while the other three were
members of last year's freshman
squad.
Coach Ray Fisher's baseball squad
(Continued on Page Seven)

l"ItESIIIIAN TIA C 1CNOTI('E
jj All candidates for the fresh-
Iman track teamn are req uested to
attendl an organization meoeting
which will be held at 2:30 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon in the held
house.
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HOCKEY PLAYERS GOTO MAISO
FORTWO GAMES WTH B ADGR S
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ALBION TO PLAY
'B' CAGE SQUAD
'Fx'll Meet Aimc1 her M1I A
Five Here Toni~ght
Albion college, winner of last
year's M. I. A. A. basketball title andl
r unnersup in this year's champion-
ship race, will be0 the opponen'ts5 of
the Michigan "P'' team in the secondl
home contest oni the schedule of the
"13" cagers tonight at the field house.
The same five players who con-'
stituted the championship Albion
team last season will be in the line-
up tonight against the Michigan
quintet. Carlson' andi Brom'ley will bel
at the forward positions, Gray at
center, and Goldberg and Fleming at
the guards.
IGray is (leemed to be in a class
by himuself among the centers of thatE
circuit, invariably securing the tip-
off and possessing an 'accurate eye.
Nyland, who has played regularly
at center for the "L" five, will proba-
bly be out of tonight's fray againstt
Albion. Nyland injured his ankle inh

ThrFce of the above W\olverineW players ij
p~articip~ate in a, pair of hoc~key gamies.
time ago, was unable to go withI the teamif.

Alt 111 1 ig1(18 toe tandi-
onaa Nl.) \** var'ty''Il:: ,al
1 1 List rear1S 5(1110(1 are'
li 2V 11(0 tIVosI jfid
B~~~ ei-. ri your '(iwo equip-
ii 21. i ~ ,F ishier, ~'ah
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0( H 1C)NiMEET
I o C ii''d Eoell's 'olverine
15lc2' 51 iy'l~iiidfly the return
1{;b11111; x o xwrost las Ili ithe 125-
; a'_?d d iiil, a1 11", u w traiiiillg ill
IIpa'i ul iI lia e et xvii the
'lalillis, o 1ii iliii e the first(Coin-
I' en n11 leEd(oftihe seaoSli for Ithe
i'I'll !',(' ,:=y";; 1mye Shown ('lass
:sfl c t B li ciIe therilut a (hom lie
C o 'e''renci.'titleC by tefeatn t
0igtia t. e22- zand 11(liaaI-5t-2
iiS ]U C o' 1 j('11111 o O h o , C('e nell si iig e r
Hi ion tie ;'):;'iBukeye raggregatiouii
x.I?(l bInc, iiilmloidItwo e llbers 01 the
iiiloi Sile 011lyjopic tea11.
he v i I owI1) B s l) ivico riouls ill
lt " .el oI ii(' olverines' loll-Con'-
'e('ice e11iiimlllll i, xwiilrereseu001t
Hl 3in taize andl blue in the 115h-pound~
(=11 _ .
' lii'12 5-pound(1 ssig nment re(sts be-
"101 ,vei~~ oia, lately declared eligible,
"w'ho xwolf Il i";11101 eliin the Mleet wit ii
(11io0 liiyelsity, and(1Kailes who (he-
fezai en Sojkiowskii of State after losing;
i o (Cox of West. Virginia.
W,,1111 ii, Saer To Co4mnpete
Cap1t a in \Watson will take the place
ot Dultide inl11he 135-pound class.
S lner, V127 Pig Ten chapion, wiil
meet ('ait 0111 ili nmli, the Ohio. star,
in Clle,133S--pound matchK. Ilunmel
Ixva1s Kept (lolt of competition last year
by inijuries, but rates as oil(, of th;e
hI st ill the Conf'erencee in his class.
! )onaiio, ,Mn'lngan's thmird 1927 (Con-
chi' 111 1itn )1, maiy be used(1either
ill 1111l1 01' lorbte 175-pound divisionl.
Inli {' la.1' Oevent:, iarren wi ii
v rest I( le 11I > omlllS anid H-ager, who
~ ' l~g H th1e 1 75-bound clas:;,
<: il 2 I1(_> he<1vyw~ei;lt assigi-
r1;01 1 i e0 or lineup is used,
.i~iieot "VII i xv restale in 1110 lC hevy-
x':ghlit t' :IOS .

I111 RPCordlAtteaiittS

WALKER ADE

E1, hiBI.E~U (ol's;e rebant of :":40 45sel

RELAY RECORD NODRDS S 1 1 ~ w iT OL...

C"overiing; 500, yardls in 4 :36 2-5 see-
ends1, five miembers of Michigan's
swimlminlg teaml, Big Ten (champJion;5,
broke a wvorld's recordl that had stood
for 12 years in a dual meet at the'
Gfrand Rapids Y. M. C. A. Wednesdlay,
nilght. Capt. 1301) larnall, Al Seager,I
F rank AWalaitis, Bob \Walker, and
Garnet Ault we're theme 'ilhbel's orfii
r'ecor'd breaking quintet who ("(ililc
by 4 seconlds thle tormler r'ec'r'd(c;
4:40 3-5 seconds for a short pool
hung up by the Illinois A. C. in 1916.
With Tom W\atsoni swimliming ail
add (itioina~l 100 yardls, the Michigal2
team1 also set a 60 foot pool1 world1s
record of 5 :33 4-5 second(1 in tile 600
y ardl reay. As 110 record1 hatprev-
iously been accep~tedl for thlis(1-
di-ance, the marks will standl for' other
teatms to shoot at.
Navy's national intercollegiate 1'0.-

xxwa g ('' a lbli s llcd 1b 3,Ih e fir1st, fo u r 0111011. I T l<
for, t i 111i'yard r~lielay 11' :110 h i
10Wt' mill e4'oflei:45 Il1r- of: 8
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Ia1 quartl e, asBi 1(u ack in rake
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1il Ais anneed th ' e'oiv iii I e 22) aini
land k Stroke f - :145tsion ils or
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the game against Alma Wednesday,
and it is problematical whether the
trainers will be able to get him in
shape to engage in tonight's game.
Student athletic coupon books will
be accepted at tonight's game.
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Cushing, rf............1 0 0
Balsamo, if .. ..........2 2 2
Nyland,c ..............1 2 2
Magram', c ..............0 0 2'
Kanitz, eg........0 2 2
Klagle, rg ..............0 1 0
Lovell, Ig ...............1 0 2

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In tomorrow night's Big Ten
games which mark the reopening of~
hostilities for the home stretch racet
is presented the opplortuinity for a 4
change in leadership for the first!
time in more than two weeks. t
Wisconsin, playing much bufm-
feted 'Miinesotaa, sees a chance
to juximp baac. to the top of the
lists, where she held forth line
first; week, butt this is defiitely
s('ontiligelit oil thle act ionisof the
two (minets which take the floor
in Most field house tomorrow --j

1Purdue anid liicligani
Something, (of course, depends on
time activities of the Gophers. After1
a more or less encouragimig start with
a win over Iowa, the Nortimnen ('1-
I cr1 outed W\isconsin diastrously anid
then followved this with four 11o011
losses.'
It seemns thai Coach Dave M~cllinm
aind his Gophmer bandl Ihave decided 4
l1l pay 1th I iolgems back tomlorroxw.
Thrley're going to try, anyhlow.
Butitt I h vcni't Il ignres it) the
j (Cont 11111'd0(11On Page Sevcu I

Silk Scarfs 2 off
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