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Coach Norgren's Quiiet Will Seek
Revenge For Recent Defeat At
Handis Of Muaize And Blue





Hockey Squad AV
Oil Minneapolis
r-_ After a three dq
time set for the
hockey team to V
nesota, it will en



Following close upon the heels of '>
the Conference leading Boilermakers,
Coach Nels Norgren's Chicago Ma-
roons will oppose the Wolverine bas-
ketball team in the second1 honme con-N
test since the beginning of the sec-
ond semester tomorrow night in the
field house.
Tomorrow night's encounter will
mark the second meeting between
the two teams this season, as th(
Wolverines gained a victory over thbe
Maroons Feb. 4 on their hom floor
by a score of 28 to 19.
T1jroughout the season (the Ma~
roons have maintained an enviable
reputation as one of the strongest de-
fensive combinations in the Confer-
once, although their offense has been
noticeably weak. At the present time
Chicago occupies the middle rung of
the Conference ladder with a per-
centage of .426, having won three
victores in seven starts. . The Davis Cup, now reposing in
The Norgren-coached outfit has France, will be competed for by 33
twice triumphed over the lowly Buck- nations next summer. The French
eyes,- the most recent victory being team of LaCoste, Borotra, Cochet, and
that of last Monday night. The Ma- Brugnon won the cup from the Unit-
roons attained their other success ed States, last fall, three matches to
over the Gopher five, and nearly up- 1eSteslatalhre acest
set the highlytouted Wildcats in a two. Four countries, the United
thrilling 15-14 contest in which their 'States, Great Britain, Australia, and
inability to count from the foul line France have won the famed trophy

ill Play Minnieso a
Rink In Contests
And Tuesday
ays' delay from the
departure of the
isconsin and Min-
atrain at 9:49 this

Olo at Indiana.
Iowa at Northwestern.
Illiiois at Purdue.
Illinois at -ChI go.
P nrdiue at Indiana.
1. W. at finnesota.
Ohio at Wisconsin.
Studded with valuable gems in the


morning on its long trip to the Bad- ,hape of several really cruical con-
ger and Gopher holdouts for four tests, this week's program of Big Ten
vitally important Conference puck basketball games promises to clear the
games. According to the schedule, muddled situation now existing in the
the Wolveirines were to have played Conference tourney.


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Friday and Saturday in Madison, but

All the first division teams swing in-

just about as powerful an aggregation YIII U1fI LiUMQU
as has been since "way back."
From Lafayette the Illini travel to n Kinsey orced To Equal World's
Chicago, there to combat their tradi- Inudoor Record To Nose Out
tional rivals, Chicago, on Friday. The .11 lichigan Hurdler
Maroons are not op for a win byBE S PELTZER
any zespectable dopester, but on that 1t M MtP
tiny Bartlett gymnasium floor al-
most anything can happen.
With all the foregoing contests Not more than six inches separat-
listed, however, the grand climax will ed Dan Kinsey, former Illini star,
be reached on Saturday when, for the and Don Cooper, Varsity hurdler,
second Saturday in succession, four when the former equalled the world's
of ti-i five leading teams will perf'orn.
Taking place of last night's Purdue- indoor record for the 60 yard high
iMichigan battle as the feature of an hurdles at the indoor meet held under
all-star program will be the Purdue- the auspices of the Illinois athletic
Indliana classic, thm second andl last o club in Chicago last Friday night.
the season between the two , loosie' The time in which Kinsey cleared
rivals.the barriers was :07 3-5.
Indiana, narrowly defeatedbyP coper's performance was the fin-
due about two weeks ago, 28-25,
though since handicapped by the loss est that lie has shown on an indoor
of the sensational Beckner, rates track during his intercollegiate ca-
slightly higher in advance reckoning veer. ile forced Kinsey to the limit
on this occasion. Coach George Veen- to win the event by the mere six
ker, who scouted the first battle be- inches, and finished well ahead of
tween the two Hoosier rivals, is re- Chick Werner, another former Uni-
;ported to have said in effect that the vrsity of Illinois star, who finished
Boilermakers looked ragged in win- third in the race.
ning from Indiana, but seemed to be Pi'oiut, the Michigan entree in the
playing with a kind, of confidence pole vault, made a commendable
that was not co.nducive to piling up showing in that event, tieing Warren,
more than the three point margin Northwestern vaulter for third place,
deemed sufficient. with a leap of 12'fee't, 3 inches. Lad-
die Meyers, former Maroon and a
John Hennessey, Indianapolis, also member of the 1924 American Olym-
a member of the American Cup team, pic team, captured first place at 13
was ranked second, with Emmet Pare feet.
and Lucien Williams, both of Chi- In contrast to the brilliant show-
cago, next in order. (Continued on Page Seven)



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cost them the game. of the tennis world.
In their previous nieetng with tie The number of competing nations
Wolverines the Maroons held the this year is larger than ever before
edge for the greater part of the game, in the cup's history. France will de-
only to see their advantage wiped fend the trophy next summer in
out by a belated rally in the closing Paris from' the country that survives
minutes of the struggle, following the challenge rounds.
the injection of Captain Harrigan into __
the Michigan lineup. FRESHMAN COURT S UAD
Strong Pair O Guards N
Coach Norgren boasts one of the RESUMES CAGE PRACTICE
strongest pairs of guards in Con-
ference circles in Capt. Chuck Hoer- Reduced to nineteen members by
ger and McDonough. This combina-' the loss of four -m'en through ineli-
tion starred defensively throughout gibility, the freshman basketball
the 1927 season and bids fair to main- team, has resumed practice after the
tain the reputation they earned last long layoff due to examinations. The
year. regular practice sessions will now be
Gist, at the center position, is an- held until the court season is over.
other veteran performer and ranks All of the men on this year's squad
among the best pivot m-i in the are of about !the same ability and it
Conference. He forms the hub of has been impossible to definitely se-
the Maroon offense. Coach Norgren lect the best group.
will probably use Zimmerman, a vet- Stiff opposition has been given the
eran, and Farwell at the forward Varsity by the yearlings in practice
berths. engagements, ;However, the tires-h-
Probable lineups: men are at a direct disadvantage in
MICHIWAN (lICAGO these clashes due to the smallness
Harrigan, Capt.... f.... Zi-mmerman of the players. None of them' are ex-
Oosterbaan........ f.... .. Farwell tremely tall or heavy, as contrasted
Chapman....................' Gist with the famed six footers of the
McCoy............g. Joerger, Capt. first team. Indeed, Coach Fisher says
Orwig or Rabe...g... . McDonough that the yearling cagers are the
smallest group of basketball men he
I FRIE'AN IiOCIJEY has handled in his eight years of
TRYOUTS coaching.
All candidates for the fresh-
man hockey squad are asked to TYPEWRITER
report at the Coliseum at six REPAIRING
o'clock tomorrow night, if ice is All imiakes of ma-
,available. This information can chines. Our equip-I
' be found out by calling the Col- went and personnel
iseum, 5882, before 6 o'clock. is considered among
Sticks and shin pads will be the best in the state. The result of
furnished. twenty years' careful building.
.. E. Lowrey, hockey Coach ( V0, V. M RP I L1L

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Junior tennis rankings for Michigan
and vicinitp which have just been i's-
sued place Carl Dennison of Youngs-
town, O., at the top of the list. Den-
nison was runner-up to William Irwin
of Grand Rapids in the annual . Uni-
versity of Michigan Interschol-astic
Tennis meet last year. Irwin, now
State Junior's Champion, is ranked as
third behind Scott Rexinger of Chi-
cago. Number five position was oc-
cupied by Irving Moss of Detroit, win-
ner of the All-Campus tournament
here. Donald Peden of Culver Mili-
tary Academy is ranked fourth and
Herbert Heyman, Chicago sixth, fol-
lowed by Leon Erenburg, Chicago,
Frederick Brace, Pontiac, William j
Reaume, Waukegan, and Arthur Glos-
ter, D'etroit.
Of the first three men two use a
hard, fast, driving game, while the
other plays more for his opponent's
errors. Irwin and Rexinger depend
upon their own speed and power to
pass their opponent, but Dennison,
number one, has a gift for returning
anything and everything,.thus making
his adversary defeat himself.
BERKELEY-Helen Wills will sail
for Europe in March where she will
engage in matches in Holland,
France, and Germany.

both games were cancelled by Wis- to action at lea-st once before the
consin authorities while the Michi- week will have run its course, and
gan team was -waiting for the train the ranking Boilermakers, Northwest-
at the Ann Arbor depot. erm Wildcats, Wisconsin Badgers, and
The Wisconsin games being post- Michigan Wolverines must overcome
boned, Coach Eddie Lowrey took his plenty of tough opposition.
squad back to the Coliseum and im- After tomorrow's encounter here
mediately began work in preparation between tfe Maroon and Maize, and
for the Minnesota games of tomor_ Blue quintets, the Wolverines remain
row and Tuesday nights. The Minne- idle for the remainder of the period.
Purd games are sure to be played, as i ue, however, continuing its
Minnesota 'rsu an artificial rink. difficult schedule of seven games in
Minst hsa riiilrn. 116 days, encounters the 'surprising
The 11 men originally selected to Illini on Tuesday in what should prove
jymake the trip form the group thatI to be one of the features of the week.
Coach Lowrey will take with him thisI The Illini squad, though having won
morning. They are Capt. Maney, only two out of Ave engagements, is
Jones, Abbott, Joseph, Waldron, Mar- credited with having upset two of the
shall, Copeland, Fisher, Nygord, Hart, most favored favorites in the Big Ten.
and Bryant. In conquering Wisconsin and North-
Varsity Must Stage Comeback j western, Ccach Craig Ruby's Indians
To these players fall the task of stamped themselves as worthy of the
staging a come-back if they are to utmnast respect from the Boilermakers.
annex the Gopher games. In the early However, Coach Ward Lambert's Pur-
season the Minnesota team won a due five is highly favored to rout the
pair of games from the W'olverines Illini, especially after the exhibition
without much trouble. The Minneso- given last night. In view of the fact
'ta aggregation then excelled in all 'that it has been many seasons since
departments except goal tending. a Big Ten squad went through the
The Michigan team, which has been Conference campaign undefeated, the
Minnesota's greatest obstacle in the Boilermakers are in a fair way of
Big Ten in former years, always establishing a new record for recent
draws large crowds at Minneapolis. ; seasons, for they are not expected to
Maney and Jones, the mainstays of meet more than one or two reverses.
the Michigan team, are well known Murphy, Wilcox, larmes, Schnaiter,
in that district. Cummins, Wheeler, and Kemmer form



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