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OF "SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAI.,Y

SAT;" I'DA ', F7PTLT-ARY 11, 1928

m~ sIT~ TUF. MICT-IIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, FEBRUARY ii, 1928

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MATMEN,

SWIMMER S

OPEN BIG

TEN

SEASON

TODAY

WOLVERINE WRESTLERS TO OPPOSE STRONG Fencers To Oppose
Illinois Here Today
BUCKEYE TEAM IN FIRST BIG TEN MATCH In Big Ten Matches

FOUR COURT LADER,'PostPone Pair Ot ,, VETERAN MICHIGAN TANMNWILL OPPOSE
Puck Games With
TAKE FLOOR TONIGHT Wisconsin Sexte HOOSIERS IN INITIAL COFEENCE CONST
Word was received from the Uni- Wolverines Expected To Notch A Win

COahel Keen's Squad Ifas Unblemished
Records .,Havlniu Won Three I
E-sy Victories
EIGHT MEN MAKE TRIP
Coach Clifford Keen's Wolverine
wrestlers, with easy victories over
three non-Conference opponents, Ohio
university, West Virginia, and Michi-
gan State to their credit, wil face in
their first Big Ten match one of the
strongest teams on their schedule
when they oppose the well-balanced
Buckeye squad tonight at Columbus.
Captain Watson, Thomas, Sauer,
Hewitt, Hager, Prescott, Warren, and
Donahoe will compose the Michigan
squad which, led by Coach Keen, will
leave for Columbus at 9 o'clock to-
night. Kailes, who defeated Sojkow-
ski of Michigan State in the 125pound
class after losing to Cox of West
Virginia, wrenched his knee Thurs-
day and will be unable to make the
trip.
The Ohio 'squad, with easy victories
over Michigan State and Indiana to
their credit, are rated as one of the
strongest teams in the Conference.
The Buckeyes defeated the Michigan
State wrestlers, 22-3, while the Wol-
verines won from the Spartans 22-5.
In both matches Michigan State lost
all but the 135-pound bout.
The Ohio team showed their real
strength by beating Indiana, con-
sidered one of the leaders in the
eastern division of the Big Ten, 151-2
to 71-2.
Coach Keen and Assistant Coach
Solomon, who scouted the Ohio-Michi-
gan State meet, ftted the Buckeye
wrestlers as much stronger than last
year, pointing out that Coach Mooney
has a star in each 'of the seven
weight divisions.
'Coach Mooney of Ohio has stated
that he considers his team to be even
stronger than the 1924 Buckeye ag-
gregation which included two mem-
hers of the United States Olympic
team, Captain Martin and Steel.
In the 115-pound bout, Newitt of
Michigan who has been victorious in
three non-Conference matches, will
meet Cushman. Thomas, lately de-
clared eligible, who won his bout in
the meet with Ohio university, will
oppose Heller of the Buckeyes in the
125 pound class.
Captain Watson of Michigan, Big
Ten title holder in 1927, will take the
place of Dulude in the 135-pound class
against Scheidt of Ohio. Saerf-T9'25
145-pound Conference champion, will
meet Captain Hummel of the Buck-
eyes in what promises to be the fea-
ture bout of the evening. Hummel
wa's kept out of competition last year
by injuries, but is rated one of the
best in the Big Ten 145-pound class
by reason of his easy victories over
his Michigan State and Indiana op-
ponents.
In the 158-pound division, Donahoe,
Michigan's third 1927 Conference
champion, will oppose Power of the
Buckeyes. Hager will meet Ackley
of the.Buckeyes in the 175-pound bout'.
and Prescott of the Wolverines will
have the heavyweight assignment
against Helgerson.
In case another lineup is used,
Warren will wrestle in the 158-pound
class,Donahoe will be shifted to the
175-pound division, and Hager will
face the Buckeye's heavyweight.
The Wolverines prepared for to-
day's match with limbering up exer-
cises and a light workout at the field
house.
VARSITY BASEBALL
All men wishing to be candi-
dates for the Varsity baseball
Iteam and who were not mi-
bers of last year's squad are
asked to report at 3:30 o'clock I
this afternoon at Yost field
( house. Bring your own equip-
them. Ilay L. Fisher, Coach.
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Badly crippled, due to the loss of
its star, Lawrence Pettibone, who was
declared ineligible to participate in
Varsity sports, the Wolverine fencing
squad will oppose Illinois at 3
o'clock this afternoon in Yost field,

Chief Interest Attracted
In Field House; All
Possibilities Abo
RAfrl(U PI AV

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Sorts

Tsse versity of Wisconsin athletic atithor-
Of ities late Thursday afternoon while
the Michigan hockey squad was at the
lERS Michigan Central station waiting to
catch a train for Chicago, that the
ice on Lake Mendota at Madison was

Over Crimson -Natators Tonigh"'
At Bloomington
TWELVE MEN MAKE TRIP

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Capt. Alfred Watson
FIFTH ANNUAL TRACK
MEET TO BE HELD AT
CHICAGO FEBRUARY 18
EVANSTON, Feb. 10.-Four track
teams-Chicago,F Oio,.Northwestern
and Wisconsin-will compete here
Saturday, Feb. 18, in the Fifth Annual
Quadrangular Track and Field meet.
Wisconsin, winner of " the first three
meets and Ohio, last year's victors,
are expected to be hard pushed by
Northwestern and Chicago in the
forthcoming contest.
All four teams will enter a number
of star performers who will go far
towards splitting up the points. Capt.
Dick Williams of Chicago, Conference
indoor half mile champion, will lead
the Maroon team in its quest for
points.
Chicago Expects Shot Put
Chicago is also expected to pick up
a number of points in the shot put
with such performers as Buck Weaver
and Vin Libby, both capable of toss-
ing the iron ball around 43 feet.
Northwestern's loss of Lewis and
Karstens who heaved the weight
around 46 feet will materially weaken
the Purple in this event.
Some lively competition should re-
sult in the 40-yard dash when Her-
mansen and Wilkens of Northwestern,
Courtney Gleason of Chicago, Tooley
of Ohio and Smith of Wisconsin match
strides. This quintet of sprinters
should negotiate the short distance in
near record time. Smith is captain
of the Badger squad and is one of the
best sprinters in the middle west this
year.
Relays Draw Stars
Instead of running the quarter and
half mile races the coaches has sub-
stituted the mile and two mile re-
lays. -These events should provide
some interesting competition with a
number of outstanding performers
running for each school. Paul Tooley,
Ohio State captain; Paul Gorby and
Sam Bloomberg of Northwestern;
Dick Williams of Chicago and John
Kanalz, Gil Smith and Harwood
Stowe of Wisconsin will carry the
brunt of the relay races for their re-
spective alma maters.
Each school will make a strong bid
for points in the hurdles, Wisconsin
with Ralph Pahlmeyer; Ohio with
Richard Rockaway and Francis Pierce
and Chicago with Laurel Smith and
Harold Haydon will make the strong-
est bid for places in the hurdles.
Bill Droegemueller of Northwestern
appears to have the edge in the pole
vault. However, Wisconsin has some
newcomers in this event who may
surprise the fans.

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house.
This meet with the Illinois foils-- BIG TEN STANDINGS
men marks the second engagement for Purdue ..................... 3
the embryo .,varsity fencers and the Wisconsin................. 3
first Conference match of the season. Northwestern...........4
The loss of Pettibone, who was the Michigan.................3
most ade pt duelist with the sabre and Indiana....................
foils, and Kahn, also a sabre man, Chicago ..
severely weakens the Wolverine fenc- Iowa. .....................2
ing squad, but with stars such as Illinois .. ..............e2
Wiggers, hammer and Stoltman, the Ilioi...................2
Michigan foilsmen .expect to giveaOhio.................2
good account of themselves.M
The Illini fencers are rated as the Rife with all sorts of possib
strongest in the Big Ten, having won tonight's schedule of Big Ten
all of their matches thus far this ball games will be played wit
season. They come here with a vet- of the leading contenders fo
eran team and are confident of having ference honors battling dan
an easy time with the Michigan foils- opponents, chief interest, ofc
f men. being focused upon the all-i
Michigan will lineup with Wiggers ant Purdue-Michigan tilt at th
and Hammer at foils, these being the house.
only two men on the squad who have If the Boilermakers are
had any previous experience. Stoltr here, the door of opportunit
man will handle the foils, having be left ajar for the rest of the
shown considerable ability lately in in the first division, and for NN
practice. Wiemer will duel with the 'sin it will be swung wide ope
epee. Although he is a new man, he vided that the Badger tousl
has been showing good form in the Gophers' hair.
daily workouts at the Waterman gym- Indiana, too, would profit im
nasium and is expected to give a good ly through a Michigan win a
account of himself in today's contest. race would be all jammed u
The fifth man who makes up the Northwestern, with four wins
team has not yet been decided upon, two losses sharing third p
and will be chosen by Coach Tuscon with Michigan and Indiana al
before the match this afternoon, behind the, Badgers and Bo
kers-if only the latter are h
BOWLING TOURNAMANT and all the former are victor
ILL COMMENCIE SOON Dr. Walter Meanwell's C
WiL/ iMMEN L I VNteam, beaten only once thro
the whole course of the seas
Bowling in the fraternity league is that once by a last second
scheduled to get under way next Mon- oal, will trot out onto the c
day over the Union alleys. All teams night spurred on with the p
entered are to roll three games dur- of assuming the leadershp
ing the week, league play ending ono
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un fit for sk ating and the two 1)r0--
posed hockey games between the
Badger and Wolverine sextets were
cancelled.
As soon as this was knoxwn, Coach
Eddie Lowrey took his Varsity players
and equipment back to the local placeI
of practice and sent the team through
a stiff drill.I
In view of the cancellation of the
Wisconsin games the next ones on
the schedule for the Wolverines will
be two game's at Minneapolis.
The same set of players that were
ready to -take the trip to Wisconsin
will leave tomorrow morning for Min-
neapolis.
Captain Maney and Copeland, at the
wings, Fisher at center, Bryant and
Hart at defense, and Jones at goal will
form the starting lineup. The spares
accompanying those expected to an-
swer the opening whistle are Nygord,
Joseph, Marshall, Waldron, and
Abbott.
The large squad, Coach Lowrey ex-
plained, is to be taken because there
is the possibility that the Badger sex-
tet may be encountered on the returnt
trip from Minneapolis, provided Laket
Mendota refreezes before then.
The Wolverines, joint holders of the
championship honors with Minnesota
last year, will leave on the trip to the
North, with an outside chance of again
sharing the championship this season..
Now in the cellar as a result of two
close defeats at the hands of the
Gophers, administered several weeks=
ago at Detroit, the much improved
Michigan team now that pit has had
several practice workouts, can step in-
to the top rung through a pair' of
wins.
SAN ANTONIO-"Wild Bill" Mehl-
horn won the Texas open champion-
ship with a score of, 297 for 72 holes.

Capt. Robert Darnall
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Ten league champions have been
determined in the class A interfra-
ternity basketball preliminary con-
tests, with three more league leadersj
to be determined the early part of
next week.
The Beta Theta Pi quint heads the
list with five wins and no defeats.
The other nine winners follow: Kap-
pa Sigma, Delta Tau Delta, Lambda.
Chi Alpha, Sigma Delta Sigma, Phi
Epsilon Kappa, Phi Epsilon Delta, Phi
Kappa Epsilon, Theta Chi, and Alpha
Chi Sigma.
The results of Thursday's games
follow:
Zeta Psi 0, Delta Phi 2.
Delta Sigma Pi 2, Psi Up'silon 0.
Phi Mu Delta 0, Trigon 2.
Alpha Tau Omega 14, Delta Tau
Delta 23.
Lambda Chi Alpha 20, Phi Epsilon
Pi 8.
Alpha Rho Chi 0, Delta Alpha Epsi-
lon 2 .
Phi Beta Pi 0, Alpha Phi Delta 2.
Phi Chi 2, Sigma Pi 0.
Zeta teta Tau 0, Sigma Delta Sigma
2.
Phi Lambda Kappa 2, Alpha Kappa
Kappa 0.
Phi Epsilon Ippa 28, Acacia 5.
Alpha Omega 2, Gamma Eta Gamma
0.

With an impressive record in pre-
season meets, Michigan's swimming
team, 1927 Conference champions,
will open its Big Ten season against
Indiana this afternoon. Coach Matt
Mann has taken 12 men to Blooming-
ton to compete against the Hoosiers.
The Crin!son swimmers have not
shown any great strength so far this
year. Although they defeated Wabash
52-17, and DePauw 53-16, these over-
whelming scores have little signifi-
cance. In her first Big Ten meet In-
diana lost to Chicago, one of the
weaker teams in the Conference this
year, by a 36-33 score.
Michigan's record breaking relay
team of Walker, Walaitis, Reif, and
Watson will meet a Hoosier quartet
consisting of Vetter, Matthew, Bol-
yard and Winston in the 235 yard
relay. In tho 50 yard, free style, Capt.
Darnall and Reif of the Wolverines
will oppose Matthew and Vetter of
Indiana.
Thoinjpson It Breast Stroke
Wagner, veteran from the 1927
team, and Thompson, a sophomore,
will be the Michigan entrants in the
200 y rd breast stroke. Indiana will
be represented by Miller, veteran of
last year, and Lauter Ault, sopho-
more distance star, and Watson will
compete against Bolyard and Wins-
ton of the Crimson in the 440 yard
free style.
The 150 yard back stroke will find
Splindle, Conference champion, and
lubbell racing against Vodermark
and Miller of Indiana. The 100 yard
free style will bring together Dar-
nall and' Walker of thh Wolverines
against Bolyard and Matthew of the
Hoosiers.
Walaitis and Bailey will be the
Michigan contestants in the )'ancy
diving. Hugus and Hunt are due to
dive for the Crimson team. The Wol-
verine trio of Hubbell, Thompson,
and Reif will meet Indiana's team of
Vodermark, Miller, and Winston in
the medley relay.
Won Last Year
Last year Michigan overwhelmed
the Indiana swimmers in the Union
pool, 60-9, winning every first and
second place and capturing both re-
lays. A water polo game betweei
the [Hoosiers and Wolverines will fol-
low today's meet.

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Monday, Feb. "20, the championship
being determined by the highest pin
total. Schedules giving the time each
team is to appear have been pre-
parcrl.
Qualifying rounds in the all-campus
tournament also to be held at the
Union will close on Feb. 17. The
manager of the alleys has announced
that participant's 'in the fraternity
bowling may use their scores in the
eague games to qualify in this tourna-
ment.
WYANDOTTE.---Wyandotte's eight-
oared crew that captured the 1926 and
1927 Canadian titles will be entered
in the Olympic tryouts.

entire paraae.
Minnesota, after a promising win
in the season's inaugural against the
then highly favored Hawks, is not
entirely without chances for upset-
ting Bahr, Foster, Nelson, remnants
of the mightly machine now slightly
incapacitated through the loss of
Hotchkiss and Andrews. However,
even a Gopher victory would not
raise Coach Dave McMillan's squad
out of the cellar, Ohio not being list-
ed for a contest tonight.
Iowa, the otherntrampled five
matched against one of the favorites,
does have a chance to become more
dangerous, a win enabling Coach Sam
Barry's squad to claim a .500 rating.

TRACK MANAGER I
All sophomores and second
semester freshmen who wish to
tryout for assistant track man-
agership please report at 3
o'clock any afternoon this week
at Yost Field house.
Lorne J. Poole, Mgr.

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