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P'resenl ed by the waning schedule
wih ai op 1i unity to harass three
of the leaders of the Conference has-
ketall ;Larad Coach George Veen-
ker's Wolverines will make their
first attempt to avail themselves of
their chance to'a'rrow when North-
western's rating quintet- invades the
field house.
Now tied for second place after,
the battle between Purdue and Wis-
consin last night, the Wildcats, goad-
ed by their possibility of'advancing
into a triple tie for first place pro-
vided that the Boilermaker-Badger
verdict is reversed tomorrow, are ex-
pected to battle more desperately
than ever before for a win.
With everything to gain and prac-
tically nothing to lose, Michigan
stands in a somewhat different posi-
tion; now reduced as the Wolverines
are to a role of mischief-making
rather than championship-seeking.
Wildetis ReealI Power,
In their last appearance Coach Ar-
ther Lonborg's Wildcats revealed un-
mistakable offensive power in defeat-
ing the inconsistent Gophers at Min-
neapolis, 41-36.
That power, largely derived fr nv
the dynamic Russ Walter, sophomore
center creating almost as much a
sensation as Wilbur Cummins, Pur-
due's pivot find last season, is ac-
counted for further in the energy
supplied by Capt. Waldo Fisher and
three others, Gleichmann, Marshall,
and Johnson.
A survey of those impressive names
makes it difficult to understand just
how the Purple machine stopped
functioning against Ohio and Illinois.
The Buckeyes and Ilini both scored
trem'endous totals, 43 and 40 points
wihile limiting the Purple to '8 and
20, respectively.
Loss To 111n oif Puzzling
Moreover, the Illinois victory is
even more puzzling, especially since
Coach Craig Ruby's Indians accom-
plished the feat with three regulars
on the sidelines.
Captain Fisher's sqinad, it is re-
ported from Evanston, has developedt
(luring the intense training of the
past week, so that it now really ap-
pears to be an organized combina-
With three comparatively weak op-
ponents to dispose of after the game
tomorrow, the Wildcats have the
most "primrose path" of any of the
four remaining contenders.
KANSAS CITY. - A new world's
record of 2:11 for the 1,000 yard run
was set by Ray Conger of the Illi-
nois A.C.

o0 the Boston A. A., ran the fast-
est mile of the year to capture the
Overton feature of the Meadowbrook
club at Philadelphia. Wednesday
night. After his defeat by Ray Con-
ger in Kansas City last Saturday
night, Hahn said he would never
again compete against Conger, but
his manager, Jack Ryder, has an-
nounced that Hahn would face Con-
ger and Dr. Otto Peltzer in Madison
Square Garden, Feb. 29.
10 OF 11 GAMES
Ten defeats, some of close scores
and others of larger scores in which
the Wolverines were outclassed,: a
'single victory in intercollegiate com-
petition and a favorable decision in
their last practice game, is the record
to (late of Coach Eddie LLowrey's
hockey players. Such a record shows
that the Wolverines have for some
time been hopelessly out of the run-
ning in the Big Ten race. Despite
this fact Michigan put up stubborn
fights in their last games against the
Minnesota and Wisconsin squads, and
took the count at Madison only after
playing two overtime periods;
The most worthy of all opponents
met by the Wolverines was the Mar-
quette university team which took
two games apiece from Michigan and
Mirnesota and which has not been
defeated so far this year.
Minnesota, after being defeated once
by Wisconsin and held to a tie score
in another game, came back with a
vengeance and beat the Badgers in a
pair of games recently.

Western conference basketball VARSIT Y TANKMEN
champions, beginning this year, will TO SWIM AGAINST
be awarded a specially and appro- IOWA TOMORROW
priately designed silver trophy as a I
recognition of the winning team's Atter - vn- Minnsota'fltiehopes!
supericrity in the cage game. The
trophy, which will cost $500; will he a severe setback, Miel , s::in-
known as the Allerton Trophy, do- iring team returned to A-Arbor
man yesterday to get in several pt act ice
nated by W. W. Dwyer. general man-yessions bf> e meewh a
ager of the Allerton House, 701 N. sessons before the meet with Iowa
Michigan avenue, and will enter per- tomorrow afternoon. The 7-22 vie-
manent possession of the institution tory over the Gophers establisheedl
first receiving three points.
The point system to be used will contenders for Big 'cn swimmg
consist of one full point for a clear Inonois.
I The showing of the Volverines at
claim to the title; one-half point if Minneapolis wa's very gratbying toj
two teams tie; one-third point in a Coach Mann, although the relay team;
three-way tie, and one-quarter point lost to the Minnesota quartet by
should four teams deadlock with the inches A fault turn cost Seager a
same percentage. In the event of awin over Moody in the 100 yard free
'tie, each tying school will be allow- style. Purdy and Hill, two Gopher
ed to exhibit the trophy for a half, veterans, ad to be content with
third or quarter, whichever the casethi places the reaststroke and
may be, of the school year. A school-tadk searn
having a.-:clear claim may have the b satkeyes Ae v tnheaten
trophy until the beginning of next Coach Armbruster will bring an,
season. riffth Approves Of Cit unbeaten team to Ann Arbor for to-;
i morrow's meet. The Hawkeyes van-l
Dwyer, a member of the Columbia qiuished Chicago, 52-17, in their only
university eastern intercollegiate Big Ten meet to (ate. Sophoniores
champions during '11'a12, '1. '14, has compose the greater part of the Iowa
the full approval- of Major John L,.tem maigtcnsdrbytro-

1ti< e s ld A lexatnd w er lele r ToLi Loui
Trining Xro)und
While a inumbler of dissatisfied play-j
ers remainedl in the North attempting
to secure salary Oicreases from ob-
stinate club owners, the majority of
major league ball players, both
rockies, and veterans, have comllieted
their annual exodus to the southern
and far western training camps and
are already busily engaged preparing
for the 192 ('hampionship race.
lany veterans, who uiidoubtedly
feel insecure about their positions and
who had not begun their conditioning
until March 1 in past seasons, arej
already on the scene of spring train-s
ing. Some had spent more than a
fortnight already at Hot Springs, boil-
ing down exce-ssive weight and re-
moving the kinks out of long unusedI
Veterans Train At Hot Springs
Sam Rice, veteran Washington out-
fielder, surprised Clark Griffith whenI
he made his untimely arrival at the
Senator's camp at Tampa. Florida,
the other day. Rice was one of the
many major leaguers who had been
training at Hot Springs for some
Tris Speaker, last year with the
Senators, but with the Philadelphia
Athletics this season,. was another of
the early arrivals at the Mack's

('4Srd 1J11,. (oetz. ( rilnow To
Co 'o iEa$ Lainsing Today; TO
tBace !Specizi I'enl
oni "embers of the Michigan
I ackk"qu"d, comprising a two nile
~1 relay teami, and Loren J. Poole, the
Varsity track nmanager will leave by
automobile at 4 o'clock this after-
noon for East Lansing where the
tcam is slated to oppose the Michi-
gan State college quartet in, one of
the special events on fhe program of
the annual Michigan Indoor Relay
lint' X tWalt4r Coach Stephen J. Farrell has named
Center and one of the mainstays Leonard, Jesson, Goetz, and Grunow
of the Northwestern bas ketball team oi the Michigan team. All of these
which will oppose the Wolverines/in men with the single exception iof
a return game toiorrown ight. W al- Leonard. who ran on the track team
ters is one of the high scorers or that competed in the I. A. C. games
the Conference, but may experience sei{oral weeks ago, are new to Var-
difficulty in adding to his total with sity competition, but recent practices
Bob Chapman on his heels. seem to indicate that they are cana-
- ble of turning in a good performance
against such stars as Wylie, Crowe,
and Wilwarth who loom as three of
the S'partan quartet.
SThspecial two mile relay betWeen
Athie ichiganand Michigan Stat.
teams was installed as one of the
All entrants in the all-Campus foul featlirres of the annual Indoor Relav
shooting tournament must have their ;carnival program six or seven years

Griffith, western conference athletic
commissioner. The Allerton Trophy
will be presented to the captain of
the 1928 Big Ten champs shortly fol-
lowing the completion of the sched-
ule this year. It is planned to have
the champs, their coach, athletic di-
rector and other school official as
guests 6f honor at a banquet at the
Allerton House, which is designated
by the Intercollegiate Alnmni assoc-
iation, composed of some 96 universi-
ties and colleges, as one of the officia
hotels of the organization.
Plan ToIta ke Trophy 1 Famous
"We plan to make this trophy.
which probably in the form of a bas-
ketball -player about to shoot a goal,
or make a pass, as important as theI
'Old Oaken Bucket' and 'Little Brown
Jug' of football fame," Dwyer said
today. "My interest in basketball has
not diminished since my university
days, and especially has it grown to-
ward Big Ten basketball, which, to
my way of thinking, is as fast, cleverj
and spectacular as can be found any-

"proving ground" at Fort Meyers, 1
er than the aggregation that lost,"rvn ru~" twr ees
to Michigan last year by a 50-19 Rogers Hornsby, recently nan
score. McClintock : and Killebm'ew field captain of the Boston Nati(
were theMcly veterans lost by grad- league club, also reported early.
Nation, and they have been replaced- is hard at work at the Braves' ca
by n several teolyar men. rp at St. Petersburg.
by Several second year men. 1)Uazny iVane In Good t (11~tot
Outstanding among the Hawkcye Dazzy Vance In od buti
swmesi Dazzy Vance, who enjoyed btt
'swimmers is Capt. Carter, breastdifferent success last season, isp
stroke star. He did not win in therk
I Coi erence championships last sea- paring for' a conmeback with his Bro
lvn teammates at Clearwater. Va
son, but placed second to Kratz o will doubtlessly have an advant
Wisconsin in the national collegiate over the others, having played
meet. Ki'atz is eneligible this yea], all winter and already being in Cx
so Carter can 1)e rated at the tol) lent condition. .
of the Big Ten breast strokers. Gold- Trwo of the St. Louis Cardin
I man, another letern'an, is also con- pitching mainstays, Jess Haines
peting in the breast stroke. Grover Alexander, are numo
The free style finds five sophomor- among the early arrivals at A
es, Crockhamr. Stewart, Van Horn, Park. Both appeared in ffair form
Peterson, and Turbett battl hng for their arrival. The Cardinals are go
regular places on the l aw keye team. about tlieir work with an air ofs
King, another sophomore, has shown ieusne-ss and are videi1tly deterrni
well in the back sitroke, having cov- to regain the woMld's champions
erect 150 yards in 1:52 seconds. Ben- which passed into the hands of
der will prove a. threat in fancy div- New York Yankees last year.
ing, having defeated Fellinger, tbe 'The Yankees, incidentally, are
Chicago captain. (Continued on Page Seven)

amp ,
von I

first round completed by Friday after-
noon as tile second round is slated to
1)e run off next week. The qualify-
ing and first rounds are the same, and(
all men students interested are urged
to enter .
Four games were played in the
Class Binterfraternity league Tles-
(lay night. Phi Beta Delta defeated
Delta Sigma Phi by a scorof 17-12,
and Phi Lambda Kappa wonefrom Phi
Chi 15-14; while Sigma Pi defeated
Tau Epsilon 9-5, and Sigma Alpha Mu
defeated Phi Kappa Tau 23-5.
Ten other games were forfeited witl i
the result that Alpha Kappa Lambda
is credited with a victory over Alpha
Tau Omega, Phi Kappa Sigma over
1-lermitage, Beta Theta Pi over
Lambda. Chi Alpha, Tau Kappa Epsi-
lon over Phi Mu Alpha, Triangle over.
Sigma Na, Zeta Beta Tau over Delta.
Upsilon, Phi Gamma Delta over Phi
kappa, Phi Sigma Kappa over Sigma
Phi Epsilon, and Phi Sigma ltfa
over Kappa Nu.

ago. Since that time the Maize and
Blue teans have carried off the ma-
jor portion o(f tire honors.
}Michigan State Won Last Year
Last season Michigan State cap-
tured the event for the first time by
defeating the Wolverine team com-
posed of Pfluke, Beals, Hunt, and
Iskendarlian, and the Spartans are
determined to retain the honors that
they annexed last season by turning
lack the Michigan invasion again.
Coach Farrell limited the Wolver-
ine entry to this single event because
he feels that the men would run ui-
necessary risks of injury due to the
fact that the meet will be held on a
boar d track, while the Michigan can-
(dllates have been practicing on c-in
ders all season. This precaution is
further justified by the fact that the
Conference indoor meet is so near at
Coach Farrell is planning to hold
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