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TURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Tf T TEAMMATES TO BATTLE EACH OTHER
Inhi OIUIIO YIILL WHEN MICHIGAN MEETS PURDUE FIVE 'L LflI
S Chapman and Muirphy, teammates nI
O'LYMPIC" Ca n n r ,on the Marion, Indiana,ig h .School
team for fouPsbasketball seasons,

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Iy Asst Press will be battling against each other
ST. MORITZ, Feb. 10.-The 1928 for the first time in their cage ca-
ympics get under way tomorrow- reers when Michigan swings into
ening day of the winter sports com- action against Purdue tonight at the
tition. field house.
Due ceremony will mark the inaug- y
ation of international athletic riv-
ry with a winter sports parade as wearing the Maize and Blue colors,
e principal pre-competitive feature. supported Muruhy in a guard posi-
On the eve of actual competition tion while with the Marion five, but
e Scandinavian countries rule the tonight he will use all of1 his con-
vorites to capture a majority of the suming energy to secure the tipoff
nter sports laurels. In some events, from his former teanm;ate, for 2dur-
wever, they were expected to meet { wl play eter it f
th stiff competition from other Ipurdue tonight.
untries, particularily Canada and Murphy who requires two upper
aUnited States. -berths when traveling because of his
,anaa ws a ovrwhlmig fv- towering height, has- performed weil°
ite to retain the laurels won in 1924 for heigernia s sen
hockey. The Dominion representa- for the Boilermakers this season.
es, the Toronto 'Grads,' are rated Chapman has also attained some sue-
highly that they have been given cess as a member of the Wolverine
unprecendented honor of being five, and it will be interesting to
osen arbitrarily for the finals. observe how the two measure against
The remaining 10 nations entered each other in tonights fray.
the hockey competition have been While Murphy possesses greater
vided into three groups, the winner height than Chapman and has sue-
each to play Canada in a series of ceeded to Secure the tipoff from rival
ree matches, February 17-19. centers in every contest that Plurdue
The executive commission of the has engaged in to date, it is expected
ternational Olympic committee that Chapman, who has gained the
-ared up one dispute in the, hockey tipoff for Michigan in the majority
ent today, when in effect, it ruled , of the games this season, will force
t the French protest against the his former teammate to the limits to
akeup of the Great Britain team. win the tipoff tonight.

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Edward Moeller, Univiersity of
Oregon freshman and James Demers,
Eugene Hiigh School senior, eit(ted
,wo world track r (cords in practice
his week at Eugene, Oregon. The
pair are being trained for tryouts for
I the 1924 American Olympic team by
W . L. Hayward, veteran Oregon track
coach and four times member of the
United States Olympic coaching stiaff'.
emers, present holder of the
Unted Statcs inter-scholastic title,
threw the javelin 221 feet 9 inches.
Moeller hutrled the discus 159 feet,
bettering the old mark of 158 feet 1 1-4
inches. ^ He intends to enter the4
decathlon event for the Olympic try-
outs since hc is also a capable shot-
putter.-
BASEBALL MANAGERS

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RTSIMAN TRACK NOTICE'
All candidates for the fresh-
man track team are requested to
attend an organization meoeting
which will be held at 2:<0 o'clock
this afternoon in the field-
house.
Coach Charles Hoyt.

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

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