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THREE

VARSITY

TEAM

HAWKEYES WIL INVADl UNION NATATORIU: COURT LEADERS
-WSRRENEW CONTEST
COACH K(EEN'S WRESTLERS GRAPPLE PURDUE FOR TOP PLACE

Unb~eatenIci oa Swimm~ers Are Ex- IBloilermaakers Hlave 4laa i Iaaprore-
jiet'tt'i3To IFurnli~ish lest For i a clt Siine Ear1ly Seaisol Defeatt
('oiwh mal's" Wolverines By Cornell Squad

GAMES TOIGHT
Northwestern at Michigan.
Wisconsin at Purdue.
Minnesota at Ohio.

STROrE FEATURES STERNtTTLE AT STAoplace as a re-
BREAT STOKEFEATRESEASTRN TTLEAT SA -ult of the 28-22 defeat administered

Competing in their first home Con-
ference meet this season., Michigan's
swimmers wi' meet the undefeated
Iowa tankmen at 3:30. o'clock 1Ihi
afternoon in the Union pool. One of
the teams will be eliminated from the
unofficial Big Ten dual race, as both
are now tied with Northwestern and
Illinois for first place.
On comparative performances Michi-
gan is given a slight edge over the
Hawkeyes. The Wolverines have
scored victories over Indiana, 60-9,
'nd Minnesota, 45-22. Iowa swamped
the Chicago natators, 52-17, in their
only Big Ten meet. The Wolverines
have also turned in slightly better
times in the various events than the
Iowans
Carter Leads Breast Strokers
The Michigan relay quartet will at-
tempt acomeback against Iowa in
the longer 200 yardl race, after having
lost the 160 yard event to Minnesota at
SWINIMERS WILL Alf AT
COLLEGIATE, WORLh NARKS
As a special exhibition during
the course of the meet, a pickedi
group of Wolverine swimmers
will attempt to lower the exist-
ing intercollegiate and world re-
lay records at 400, 500, 600, and
I7001 yards.
Minneapolis. Coach Mann has select-
ed Walker, Walaitis, Seager, and Reif
to oppose the Hawkeyes. Crookham,
Stewart, VanHorn, and Petersen will
probably compose the Old Gold quar-
tet.
Carter, Western 220 yard champion,
and Goldman, another veteran, will be
the Iowa entrants in the 200 yard
breast stroke. Coach Mann has nom-
inated Wagner and Thompson, both
fast men, a's his entries in this event.
Sophomore Stars To Comipete
The 50 yard free style will find
Walker and Walaitis, sophomore stars,
awaiting the gun for Michigan. Both
these swimmers finished ahead of
Moody, of Minne'sota, in the 40 yard
sprint at Minneapolis. Iowa wil lbe
represented by Crookham, and Peter-
sen.
Turbett of Iowa will meet fast com-
petition in Ault and Watson of the
Wolverines in the 440 yard swim. Ault
is undefeated in Big Ten competition
this year, while Watson is a veteran
of the 1927 team. Turbett wontfrom
Szold of Chicago in a dual meet.
Iowa's entrants in the 100 yard free
style will * be Petersen and Stewart.
The Maize and Blue colors will be
(Continued on Page Seven.)
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Coach Clifford Keen's Wolverine by Wisconsin, Purdue meets the
wrestlers, five of whom are unde- Badgers again tonight determined to
feated this season, will attempt to again muddle the Conference issue.
add another to their unbroken string A victory for the Boilermakers may
of victcries, and at the same time cause a four-way tie for the top po-
take the undisputed lead in the East- sition betwpen Wisconsin, Northwes-
e divo otern, Indiana, and Purdue, all at 7-2
ern division of the Conference when
they meet the Purdue mat tam at ranking.
3 o'clock this afternoon in Yost ield Foster, ''enhopen Star
house. Student coupon books will Wisconsin's hopes for a clear claim
be accepted at the gate. to the Big Ten crown depend upon
Purdje Rates .l i -the return clash at Larayette; the

The Bailerorakers are the only
squad other than Michigan in the
Eastern division of the Big Ten1
which can boast a .1000 percentage,
the Lalayette team having scored
victories over Northwestern and Wis-
consin. 'Michigan, now tied with
Purdue, has Conference wins over
I Oio State and Northwestern to its
credit, while Ohio university, West
Virginia, and Michigan State have
also fallen before the Wolverine
team.
Although defeated in their fi;st
match by Cornell university, the
Purdue grapplers have shown great
improvement in their last three
matches, winning five out of seven
bouts from Ohio university, conquer-
ing Northwestern decisively, and de-
feating Indiana, 16-11.
Heavyweights Are Formidable
The Boilermakers' g r e a t e s t
strength is in the heavier weights,
their 175 pound and heavyweight
wrestlers being defeated but once,
by Begola of Ohio university, *who
wrestled in both events. Since theirl
first meet much new. material has!
been unearthed, and the Purdue !
squad should furnish the Wolver-
ines the hardest opposition met so
far.
The Wolverines hold a slight ad-
vantage on paper, however, for the
same Begola who proved so disas-
trous to the Boilermakers in the
Ohio uni~versit,y meet was decisively de-
feated by Donahoe, 158 pound Con-
ference champion.
On the basis of comparative
scores, the Boilermakers again seem
slated to take the short end of the
score.
Michigan made a clean sweep of
seven matches against Ohio univer-
sity to win 29-0, while the Lafayette
wrestlers lost a fall and a time Oe-
(Continued on Page Seven.)

Boilermakers must win to maintain I
their bid for championship.
Although the Badgers have earned
the title of midgets, Purdue support-
ers discovered that there were two
really big, men on the Madison squad,
Foster and Tenhopen. Foster's six
baskets and one free throw were anj
important factor in Thursday night's
encounter, while Tenhopen's defens-
ive work prevented Purdue from un-
doing the good work of the Badgeq'
centellar C'onlenders To Rattle
The elongated Murphy spent a busy
evening during the first half trying
to follow Foster and prevent him
from d'ropuing the ball through the
hOop. In fact, he had. little time to
shoot and was limited to six points,
losing. .iround in his fight for indi-
I vidual scoring honors.
While the spotlight will be focused1
on LaFayette and the hectic strug-
gle for first place, another battle will
1)e in progress between the chief
claimants for cellar position honors,
Ohio State and Minnesota.
M innesota;'s unexpected defeat o"
Chicago coupled with the scoring
power exhibited against Northwest:-
ern may be an indication. of greatI
improvement. Ohio State fared bad- I
ly against Indiana Wednesday, be-
ing swept aside 52-17.
LAKE PLACID.-Lloyd Gunther of
Detroit won the Adirondack Gold Cup
speed skating tournament with 120
points.
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"te-P-n."1U. F-' relG1 v l rTh i10 limd I~
of onarter mile can~didatcs through
another practice race.
Last week a similar trial was held
and a team composed of ilarbough,
Dalton Seymour, M1unger and Freeze
demonstrated real ability in covering
the distance in the fast time of 8:29,I
just one second slower than the pro-#
sent mark.
This same team will compete this
afternoon against another quartei
composed of Jones, Dale Seymour,
Barton, and Howe.
Besides the relay race which will
feature the afternoon's practice
Coach Farrell will send his sprin-
ters and two - milers thro'lgh time
trials. Chapman, promising sopho-
more who appears to have a slight
edge over the other dashmen at the
present time, will match his speed
with Captain Hester and Grodsky,
another promising new candidate.
Wuerfel, who looks like the best
two mile prospect on the Varsitf' squad
at the present time, will be given a,
real test when he opposes Callahan.
star distance man of two years ago,
and Groehen, freshman - two , mile
star, in a two mile race.

ONE N TS

TODAY

TRACK QUARTET NIA!
WILL SEEK NEW 1
MARK IN RELA Y' OR rIA
'There is a strong possibilitythat 'E Tn
the existing field house record of n--
3:28 ~ foiie -ile relay will be shat-,' a n s M h a
t s ot gntO asebaili
tered this afternoon, when Coach Fis 'ontingent 0 BaCempll
SehnJsnda

RUTH IN GOOD CONDITION
(By AatdPess)
NEW YORK, Feb. 24-Led by Babe
Ruth and Lou Gehrig, the first con-
tingent of the Yankees left for their
sring training quarters at St. Pet-
ersburg tonight. Others in the groups
included Grabowski, Eisemann, and
Durochee, all rookies.
The yajority of the Yankee pitch-
ers and catchers also were schedul-
ed to leave tonight from various
other parts of the country.
Manager Miller Huggins is already
on the grounds, making his fintal
preparatpns for the first worlcout
which is to be held Monday morn-
ing. Tle second group of players is
due to report for its first drill a
week later.
According to Art. McGovern, who
supervised Ruth's preliminary train-
ing, "The Babe left S'outh in better
condition than he ever did before."
In his last workout in New York he
scaled 216 pounds, two pounds !ower
than last year's mark and 1i lower
than in 1926.

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spot with coffee after the show
The frosting, the light substan-
tial shell, and the rich filling
combine' to make a. delicacy fit
for a king and you.
Wolverine Cafe'
The Pride of Ann Arbor
Opp. Wuerth Theater

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dessert-for your
Sunday night lunch
-try this fine brick
of Ann Arbor Dairy
ice cream!
Vanilla
Lemon Custard
Black Walnut

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