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P'ACE SIX

THE MTCHTCA.N DATLY

AYEDNESDAY; FEBRUAA' 22, 19?8

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jlPHERS S ON'l fl MAJOR LEAGUES SEEK SERVICES CARIllinois Trackmen
OF CALDWELL, FORMER YALE ACEO Hold Wide Margin
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PERFORMS WELL M
IN PURDUE GAMECJACII ItI
FIRST CUTIN SQUAD
Thirty-nie Remain On Squad; Furth-
er Reduction Of Battery nein Will
Be Made Later In Season
START BATTING PRACTIGE

Of Gr idun ion Lesses
SLHqW STRENfiTH IN RELAY I
Championship aspirations of Mich-
igan's swimming te~gm will meet an
severe test tis, ahternoon when
Coach Main's squad engages thef
University of Minnesota in a dualr
meet at Minneapolis. The Gophers
have another strong tank team this TO____
season despite the loss of several
veterans, and are expected to ex-
tend the Wolverines in every event.
Minnesota's 160 yard relay teat is
an especially strong threat,tand willz
provide fast opposition for the quar- r m
tet of Michigan swimmers. The Wol-
verine team of Capt. Darnall Seager,
Walker, and Walaitis will race
against Capt. I ill, Morris, Crocker and
Moody. On the basis of past perform-
ances the Gophers pcssess one of ther
Vest college relays in the country..
The Michigan quartet a'Iso has an
impressive record, having scored vic-ATh EWSON
tories over Syracuse, Erie Y. M. C. Bruce Caldwell, who has starred(o
A., andT iPenn A. C. e the next great college football pla
Tw ) ol rI To l' meet io hf sional baseball. Several majer leagt
Two old rivals wili, meet in the spring.
40 yard free style when Darnall of A number of other athletes who st
Michigan and Max Moody of Minne- careers, have entered the majors an
sota toe the mark. These two aquatic Ernie Nevers, a member of the St. Lo
stars met six times last year, Dar- present, while Thorp and Mathweson
nall winning five of the races. Sam
Mill, one of the few swimmrers that
beat Darnall in 1927, will also re-
present the Gophers in this event.' 1
Seager will be Michigan's other en.
trant in the shorter sprint.
Purdy and Bayers will be the Min-
nesota entrants in the 200 yard
breast stroke. Purdy placed third in
the Big Ten and national collegiateT
meets last yar. Thompson and Wag-
ner, both of whom have turned in By Clarem
good time for Coach Mann, will op- IIEuuuIIIIII
pose the Gopher entries.
Aultf To Compete lit 440
The 440 yard free style will bring ue at
together Ganet Ault of Michigan and Nuerous queriesindeex-
Frank Lucke of Minnesota. In this, planation of the decisive defeat acl-
his first year of competition, Ault ministered by Purdue to the Michi-
has shown remarkably well in the gan basketball team on M6nday re-
meets in which he has participated.veal only two facts, that the Boiler-
Sam Hill, brother of Jim Till, the makers were just "hot" and that at
Gophers' 1927 captain, will endeavor least two of the three veteran Wol-
to emulate his brother by conquering vcrines played through what takes
Hubbell and Spindle of IMichigan in rank as one of the worst games of
the 150 yard back stroke This will their respective careers.

Expect Big Crowd To Watch Te
In Second Encounter Of Year
In Kresge Gymnasium

ains

KANITZ MAY NOT PLAY
Before what is expected to be the
largest crowd to witness a basketball
game in Kresge gymnasium this sea-
son the Michigan "B" basketball
team will meet the Albion quintet
tonight at Albion. This will be the
second meeting between the two
teams, Coach Kipke's charges have
defeated the Albion cagers earlier in
the season by a one-sided score of
43-23.
It is quite likely that the Wolver-
ines will enter the fray without the
services of Kanitz who has been their
biggest scoring threat to date, as it
is expected that he will be transfer-
red to the Varsity squad.
Wolverines Show Power
The Michigan team has shown oc-
casional signs of power such as was
exhibited in the first half of its game

IOWA CITY, Feb. 121-In cham-#
pionships, first places, total points,
winners by events, University of Il-
linois track teams and individual
athletes have amassed the finest re-
cord in the Western conference in-
door meet down through the years.
The. supremacy of Coach Harry
Gill's men is strikingly revealed in
a summary of the 17 championship
meets, three weeks before the annual
affair is held in the Universityi of
Iowa field house, March 9 and 10.
Seven team championships have
been swept in, by the Illini teams, the
most impressive showing being that
of 1920, 1921, and 1922. Michigan has
four titles in the books.
Gillmen Take 49 Firsts
Just as conclusive of Illinois prow-
ess are the 49 first places won by
Gill's stars. Chicago men have taken,
39 and Wisconsin, 33. Michigan
brings up in fourth place with 26
firsts.
To win the seven team champion-
ships, Illinois men scored a total of
480 points, easily topping the 337
markers of Chicago, the 307 of Wis-
consin, and Michigan's 255
Illinois has the edge in half of the

n Yale football and baseball teams may
yer to establish a reputation in profes-
ue clubs bid hotly for his services this
tarred on the gridiron in their collegiate
d proved to be stars. Of this number,
ouis Browns is the most outstanding at
starred in the past.

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with Alma but it has also displayed 'en-events . , two1IL mIl
a tedeny tobecmin ratled111ten events. The mile, two mile, mile
a idency to becoming rattled in relay, pole vault, and high hurdles
the pinches when the going gets have been won more times by Illi-
tough. This can be seen from the nois men than by athletes from other
last game with Alma when Michigan universities.
entered the second half with a 10
point lead only to become excited and
lose the contest when Alma started SPORTS CALENDAR FOR
a rally. W EEK
Tonight's engagement is expected to
be a more closely contested battle ; Varsity 'Basketballj
as the Alm-a team is being pointed for 1 Saturday-Northwestern, here.
this game and Coach Kipke is forced
to rearrange his team because of Basketball-"B" Team
the frequent shifting of players from Wednesday-Albion, there.
one squad to another.l
Balsamo is certain to start at oneS
forward while the other will be taken Wednesday-Minnesota, there.
care of by either Magram or Whittle Saturday-Iowa, here. I
Captain Nyland will be at the pivot I
position while Myron and Lovell are Wrestling
the likely starters as guards. Saturday-Purdue, here.

Albert Barley
Michigan guard, whose versatile
playing in his first Varsity appear-
ance was one of the bright spots of
the Wolverines' 55 to 33 defeat by
Purdue. Injected into the game in
the middle of the second half, Bar-
ley garnered four baskets and a free
throw for second high scoring hon.,
ors for Michigan.
Nosing out Delta Phi 13 to 12 in
a hard played game, Delta Kappa
Epsilon won the final league series
in the class A league championship
Monday night. The winners of the 13
leagues are now in the final elim-
ination tournament which will b.c
concluded on March 1.
In the interclass and independent
league games Monday night, the '30
dents lost to the freshman medics
in the fastest game of the series,
16-13. Eighteen other games were
played in this round of the elimina-
tions series.

I yars nire t ro Knr i gfi t ders

Nine catchers, 21 pitchers, and nine
infielders and outfielders survived the
first cut of the baseball squad made
by Coach Ray L. Fisher yesterday.
Though other cuts of the catchers and
pitchers are expected to follow, the
present number of nine outfielders
and infielders, which will be aug-
mented later by Oosterbaan, McCoy,
and Gawne, will be retained by Coach
Fisher for the rest of year.
The catchers to escape the prun-
ing knife are Kelliher, Reichman,
Short Bracke, Duckman, Stephens,
Dolinsky, Bend, and Moyers. The
pitchers 'still remaining on the squad
are Robbins, Massesohn, McAfee, As-
beck, Drabicki, Spero, Whitney, Holtz-
man, Walker, Maring, Kiegler, Gil-
martin, Nebelung, Hock, Duff, Picard,
Burton, Hunt, and Hill.
Japanese Outfielder Retalhed
For the first time in the history
of athletics at Michigan an Oriental
student may be included in the line-
up when the Wolverine nine takes the
field against opponents this spring,
Miyanga, a Japanese, is included
retained by Coach Fisher.
Captain Morse, Corriden, Loos,
Weintraub, Lange, all veterans of last
yea'snin, trau,Kngtad

outfielders whom Coach Fisher will
have to choose for service when the
season begins in early April.
Until this week the pitchers had
been engaging in light Workouts, but
with the beginning of the preseAt
week the hurlers have beein alowed to
"let loose." The cut of 20 men re-
lieved the congestion in 'the field
house cages and the candidates are
now permitted to take part in batting
practice.

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24 field goals, the greatest num-
ber made against Michigan op-
position in about a decade.
In performing the feat, of course,
the Boilermakers were and indeed
had to be inspired by the smiles of
Dame Fortune. On this point, the
joint coaches of the Michigan squad,
George Veenker and Harry Kipke,
being in a rather facetious mood, de-
scribed the remarkable success of
the Purdue attempts in this way:
Coach Kipke remarked that the
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be a particularly difficult feat to
achieve considering the past perfornT-
ances of Hubbell and Spindle this.
season. Wilke will be the other Min-
nesota back stroker.
Gophers Weak In Dhes
The 100 yard free style will find
Darnall and Walker opposing Waid-
erlich and Crocker, two new Gopher
swimmers. Walaitis and Rosenberg,
Michigan's sophomore (livers, will at-
tempt to take advantage of Minne-
sota's weakness in this event. Skobba
and Matson will probably be Coach
Thorpe's entries.
Minnesota's great medley relay
trio of Jim Hill, Purdy, and Moody,
has been greatly handicapped by the
graduation of Hill. Wilke, a new-
comer, will renlace il li, but it is
expected this will slow down the
Gophers considerably. Coach Mann
will probably pit Hubbell, Thompson,
and Seager against the Minnesota
trio.
Last year the Wolverine swimmers
Oefeated 'Minnesota, 47-22, in the
Union pool. The Gophers von only
two events, t be back stroke andl toi
medley relay.
NOTICE
All men interested in enter-
ing the light fleavyweight, 160-
175 pounds bout in the All-
Campus show, March 8, see me
Monday, Tuesday or Thursday I
afternoons after 3:30 at Water-I
j man gym, this week.
{ oach Let Plihill.

Of the immense total of 55
points amassed by Coach Ward
Lambert's great court quintet,
48 tallies came as a result of the

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