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(Continued From Pago Six)
drain ' will perfor m" on1the10local
mlea'nt the practical elimination o
the vacillating Wolverines who
C. 2'Tefce lio: ey Season Will Open have gained supporters of late In
'Ioni::ht ffter l1l Of ifore spite of their first two games -
Than TreI Weeks ive and six point defeats.
'lP7ERS LISTED NEXT, Loss for Purdue will mean a free
for all race. A victory for Ward
Competition in Big Ten hockey Lambert's Boilermakers should Wis-
ill ereopenedtonightatMa consin lose too, might almost mean
ero ne mght at aison a cinch if there is such a thing in
when the University of W,(consin Big Ten cage circles.
land the University of Michigan sex-
tets take the ice in the first of a Northwestern obligingly did
two game series. her bid, Wednesday night by bow-
Coach Eddie Lowrey took one of ing a'wkwardly out of her game
the largest, though greenest, Wol- with Illinois on the short end of
verine squads on the long northern a 32-20 score.
tip that lasts six days.
The result of tonight's game at It is hard to sa whether Illinois
mdi nntill i iianwi t h h .

av 11son ! in 1EL1ca e w et er the
Michigan tea:m- is to he considered in'
the Conference's search for its 1928
Coach Lowrey will probably use the
same lineup tonight that beat Mich-
igan Stat( in the early part of thel
week. Capt. Bill Maney and Cope-
land at wings, Fisher, center, Bry-
ant and Hart, defense, and Jones'
goal tender, were the men who scor-
ed more than one point in a game
for the first time this season and

or Northwestern is the more eccen-
tric. The Cats have barely managed
to win from Chicago and Minnesota
and lost to Ohio when the latter were
coming to be an easy mark.
Ilhunols, if would seem, with a
Herculean schedule call g for
games with Purdue, Indiana, Wis-
consin, and oNrthwestern among
others, has taken deiklt inI
11,o00ling them."

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New Yorker And Chicagoan Finish
First And Third In International
Bobsled Derby
I - -
ST. MORITZ, Switzerland, Feb. 9.-
The Inited States was installed an
overwhelming favorite in at least one
event in the winter sports program
today when two American Ibobsleds,
,competing in the annual St. Moritz
derby, finished first and third. Forty-
four representatives of 22 nations, all'
of them Olympic entries, took part in
the race.
John Heacon, of New York, won the
Derby which was held on the Olym.n
pic bobsled chute over a course five
yards short of a mile. Each entrant
made four trips down the winding
incline. Heacon's added time for the
four dashes was 6:22 9-10, with a best
single trip mark of 1:34 4-10.
The crack Belgian entry, Henri
Lambert, finished second with Wil-
Liam Fisk, of Chicago third. Lambert
had shown the way in three days of
trials, but the best he could do for
one trip today was 1:40. The Olym-
pie bobsled champion'ship will be de-
cided February 17.
American speed skaters, O'Neill
Farrell, Eddie Murphy, Valentine
Bialis, and Irving Jaffe, showed splen-
did form today in ,tryouts over the
1,500 meter cour e. All were close to
2:30 for the distance. The Olympic
record is 2:20 4-10.
(Continued from Page Six)
has been strengthened by the addi-
tion of Lange, a veteran of the 1925
team, and McAfee, who is considered
a promising candidate for the pitch-
ing staff. Lange is an outfielder.
Honors for attaining the highest
scholastic standing for the semester
go to Sherwood Waldron, '28, of Ann
Arbor, a member of the hockey squad.
Waldron is credited with a record of
15 hours of A. A total of 177 hours of
A were awarded to Varsity athletics,
while the B grades nearly balanced
the C's received.

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subsequently registered the first vic- The gun gave the Illini a one-point
Cory. decision over Wiscensin, incidentally
Five spares were also taken on the the Badgers' only defeat and then,;
trip, Nygord, Joseph, Marshall, Wal- although the ineligibility list includ-
dron, and Abbott. ed about half a dozen Indians, they
proceeded to favor the Wildcats with
SWIMMERS ESTABLISH a selection entitled, "We may be!
Rdown, but we're not heading to the

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ond and third respectively.
Watson won the 40 yard free style,
while Capt. Darnall captured the 100
yard event. Thompson and Wagner
finished in a dead heat in the 100
yard breast stroke, while Spindle
beat Chaffee by a narrow margin in
the 100 yard back stroke.
Wagner and Watson tied for first
in the 220 yard free style. The Mich-
igan 300 yard medley relay team also
defeated the Grand Rapids trio.
This' meet marked the initial ap-
pearance of Bob Walker, sophomore
star, in Varsity competition. Walker
displayed great ability on the fresh-
nan team last season, but he was in-
eligible last semester. His addition
will greatly strengthen the Wolver-
ine team for the approaching Big
Ten season. His sneed was one of
the important factors in setting the
new relay records Wednesday night.
The Michigan tank team will get
its first taste of Conference compe-
tition tlais year when it engages the
Indiana natators at Bloomington to-
morrow night. Coach Mann and 12
members of the Michigan team will
leave at 8:45 o'clock tonight for
Bloomington. Capt. Narnall, Walait-
is, Reif, Ault, Walker, S'eager, Wag-
ner, Thom-pson, Hubbell, Spindle,
Bailey and Horn are the men who
will make the trip.
EVANSTON - Miller; swimmilIng
captain, Lewis, track captain, and
Schuler, wrestling captain, have been
declared ineligible at Northwestern

At any rate, Northwestern has
been forced to give up hopes for
Big Ten leadership for the pres-
ent-at least.
Last night's scrimmage found the
Varsity going through another rigor-
ous scrimmage in preparation for the
Purdue avalanche.
As Coach Veenker said, it was
just some more of the same thing
to get the team at the top of its
game: No particular changes in
the lineup are conteinplated de.
finitely, although eligibility has
increased reserve power. The
five probable starters are Capt.
Ifarrigan, Oosterbaan, McCoy,
Chapman and Orwig.
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"thank you" letters, $2. The first
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