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'AGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, FE, TBRMARY 19, 1928

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AGFI SIX THF. MTCI-IIC1AN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1928

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BIG BLUE TEAM HAS:V riy T a e-Ag is Purdue. A
INIBL__ TTI___.YEARLING TRACK [PE MIHGNCENTER D PL SPvrM ICIUPING FOOTBALL
Many Critics Placed F11i Ahead teTE.AM HAS MANY ILTYT P[MIA SHOWS PROMISE UADGER ULI NL1 1IAT INDIANAWIL'ANI
oinors Frbieant OF1IC I05 EI HSW E oosLst Year PROMISING MEN U~ HL tfWfVI ~vn~yrPE1IOO5- DOWN
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'will be treated to the greatest dual an ok f~UISacou fP 'if-I etr (oiet
Ising athlete' whose names all be 1
event ever, stagedi in the history of gin with "13" andI who, after yester-3 MICHIGAN SEEKS REVENGE
the sport as the result oflaan agree- lysDrciea tefe~lhueb- ___
nient confirmed meet Ysalwerebylhcother non will have somelflC the Michigan, w~hose colors have been
the Wolverines will met ae n- teroference coaches singing the' lowered three times in the present
vest pi nCrei 00 tBlues in a deer Basso voice. Western Conference race, will make
N ew haven. It will be the first time Benson, Bazley, and Bailley are the !a last stand to remain in the chain-
that the Yale team has ever opposed trackmen under discussion, and allj pionship scramble when she meets
anl aggregation outside the eastern of them rose to the p roverbial the pace-setting Purdue cagers at
intercollegiate circles. !"heights" for the first tim'e yesterday. Lafayette tomorrow in an important
The engagement with the Eli, Bailey, by broad junming well over: contest.
which marks the culmination of three 120 feet under "wraps," stampedl him-I The Michigan quintet, while not de-
year's' effort on the part of Coach selZ as a likely star in that event. feating the Chicago cagemen last
Matt Mann. to bring th teams togeth- Benson and Bazley, half milers, ran M ond ay 1by 'an impressive margin,
er, gives the 'Wolverines one of the the distance on the soft track in; showed flashes of both defensive and
3irost difficult schedules ever under- 2:01 2-5 and '2:04, respectively, the offensive power and gave an ominous
taken by a collegiate team. former's speed being the 'fastest' indication that it might prove a ser-
Wolv-erine Schedule Ditfficult mark in several years on the difficult ; uos obstacle in the Bdilermaker's
In addition to an extended eastern 220 yard course.j sweeping march to the Big Ten titular
trip, the,'Wolverines have opposed thei 1Ilcidlenta.liv. in performning Oi1ei h honors.
strong I. A. C. team. Besides these feat in the half mile the two year,-I If the defense that the Maize and
engagements the Michigan swimmers ings competed against some renown- Blue team displayed in practice this
will meet the most formidable Con- ed comipetitioni whichlinicludted Prof. week only sustains itself through to-
ference outfits both in dual meets I-.C avi ftei'thmtc e morrow 'tbattle, the EL)ilermaker's
H.C avro h m~hmtc e and in the Big Ten championships. partment and Richard Freyberg, the 1 will find it difficult to repeat their
Then following the national inter- Varsity captain in '26. 35 to 26 win over the 'Wolverines a
collegiates at Philadelphia on March Professor Carver paced the fresh-j week ago. AlP week Coaches George
30-31, the ]Maize and Blue natatorsy eate en isrcedb'oc Veenker and Kipke' drilled the Mlichi-
twill contest the intercollegiate title Farrell to runi the fist quar'ter in; gan squad in defense to stop Murphy,
w ithf the powerful Yale team on April+ :60, in 59 2-5, after which Freyberg Wheeler, andI Harmeson, Purdue's trio
set a 1:02 gait for the remaining 440 ofpitgtesIadte r oe
Althiough Yale has never entered a yards.I what assured that the offensive
team l in the national meet, ,ali swin- Benson's home city is Sioux Falls, threats of the Purdue aces will suffer
m eshv ointdteitrcle hnecoe atn ariyals feffectiveness.
ers avedomnate th inerc-lle whnce ome BatonVaritytenniis N o sifnconsidIerable amount of polish
gi-ate championships f'or 15 out of captain, and McCaffree, a hanimerhabendedtteWovreof
the Dast: 1 vJ 9-r Osand inriU.1 111 1fI aL,.. - .,l .,,, - .411a ha ben d ed t te W lv r e of

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j olverinies 11o11 Wiscons~in To A Tie ( lballs fi'om the toes of nearly 100 Purple And ii Mite D~isplay'sStronig
I'i11it Second Overtime P~eriod Indiana university gridiron candi- D)efen~se In Vaiiqishing
S3heu Murphy Scoresj dates will be heard here Monday aft- Bear-Cats, 28"I8
ie-1m1oon when Pat Page issues his
cCAPTAIN MANEY IS STAR? first call for spring practice. Page KORZUCK LEADS OFFENSE
declaredl today that football pros-
(Sp~ecial to Trhe Daily) ctretdetelxvtihener Piling up a commanding lead in the
graduate body and whether Indiana
1\lADlSON, Feb. 18-lDespite the 1 i to supply formidable opposition for lathfAn rbrigscold-
fact that. they held. the Conference j the six 'Western Conference teams on feated the Battle Creek basketball
leadling BPadger sextet to a 1 to 1 its schedule depended on the interest'fv 8t 8 rdyngti h
tefor the three regular peiods of an ambition shown in drill (luring
p~lay and (during the greater p~art of the next few weeks. high school gymnasium. A sturdy de-
two overtime p~eriodls, Michigan's val- Tlhe Indiana univeirsity chieftainI fence forced the visitors to resort to
iant puck team lost the game in the j will m'eet all candidates in the tro-
las. inte o te scod xta.ph ioom Monday afternoon at 4? long range shooting, while a fast
stanza when Murphy, 'Wisconsh o'clock after which suits will be is- breaking offense let the Purple and
wing, pushced in the telling tall y and!shed and actual practice started. Un-'White forward's slip by the Bear Cat
IWisconsan won 2 to 1. The gane vas' til1 the field house is underway the
the most severely fought contest of twjo gridirons behind tlhe men's gym guards for easy shots.
the season and dlue to the fast c'on- will be used. When construction is Ann Arbor clung to a slim margini
dlition of the ice both: teams racedl at started the pigskin proteges will throughout the first two quarters, but
top) speed throughout the entire ex move into the Memorial stadium un-
I tI henewprctce its out o te cut loose a number of shots at the
tenidedl game. , h h e rciestssuho h
Capt. Bill Mplney, the W olverine s'; stadium are developed. b~asket (luring the closing period1s that
right wing, repeatedl his stelar per- Coach Page will need more candi-i made a victory certain. Korzuck was
formanee of Thursday night and slip- dates with ability next season than! hi gh point moan having six baskets to
Itead in the ,Michiigan score inl the se- event before with the being~ehgaschhisuredit
Fond peJrliod. NMeiklejonn', 'Wisconsin' - aines bigshdld
find for the center jobt, made the frst
ploint o: the game in the opening
period. Tis. shot was followed soon --
a ten'wari'dby \eyo scor'e andl from :UL X& '
thnutltecoin iue h b% E %OEE- S result of the contest remained a ro,
up. The brilliant. play of Billings andt OF ALL FANCY COAT ,AND
Janes, opposiiig goalies, were mainly'
r(-;sponsihle .'or the prolongation of PV LL O1VEK S WVVEATEV;
the game.
' In the o,'ertime;', eriods 1)oth teams
epened1 iii, aid produced the most
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time they have been recognized as
supreme in iiitercollegiate circles by
the majority of critics. Since 1912
the Blue swimmers have been (de-
feated only once by Princeton in
1924.

thrower, and( several other athletes.
WISCONSIN PLANS
NEW FIELD HOUSE
1\IADISONT \Wis.. Feb.18 - XWis-

Eli Are Stronger This Year co' nshoe o
Many followers of the sport rank- Ihave soared rather
edl Yale aheadl of Michigan last sea-I the appiroval of a

a new field house
unexpectedhly with
plan by the Ath-

on in suite oW the facts that the Eli
didt not compete in the natioiial in-
tercoll egiates, and that the Mlichigan
teams cap~tutred the title handily. This
m season the Necw Haven team is well
C11 its way to its fourth consecutive
title and is reputed to. be considera-
bl stronger than last year.
Thuts far the Yale swim'emers hold
victories; over City college of Newv
orkc, C lum-bia university, amid Syra-
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letic Council, which may make it
possible to proceed at once with a
building to care for the present needs
of basketball and track The proposal
only _awaits the Regents' OK
After the governor's veto of
teBadger field house bill last fall,
itwas generally thought that tho
project would be (delayed until 1929.
Director George Little, however, un-
daunted by this setback, arrived at
another schenm. j

fense during the past week.- Accuracy
in connecting with the hoop, which
the Michigan cagers lacked in tli'
game against Purdue a week ago and
against Chicago Monday, and fast
dribbling and passing seem to have
b~een r'ealizedI. Michigan's fast ag-
Lgressive style of playiiig is difficult to
combat by any but a strong team
when it is set in motion, amid Purdue's
defense, forced to the limit against
Indiana last nii-ght, may wither when
pressed as it will be piressedl tomor-
row night.
The 10 men making the trip to
Lafayette tonight inclide Capt. Har-
rigan, Oosterbaan, McCoy, Chapman,
Orwig, Rose, Raber, Gawne, Barley
and Lovell. The first five are expect-
ed to remain as the starting lineup
,'against Murphy, Harme'son, Wheeler,
Schnater andl Kemmer.

Wolverine sophomore eagey, who
is rapidly developing intoi one of the
b~est cent ers in the ('onfere FIC. Hiis
work against the giant "St reth"
Murphy in the Purdlue game a xv n'h
ago wvas almost lplietioneiial in tha~t
he consist ent ly took the t il-off from
the Boilermaker stari'amnd held hlie:
se wieless (luring the second halft.
Tomorrow (Chapmnan will :oiin 1w
pit ted against Miurphti' in the ret u n
eng2xgeeit ofn0the 1 oivc sinr s and
Loilel'makers and tau(,i w~ill ('ten I,
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