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1927 wrestling history has repeated Sauer, decisively defeated Hesmer,
Trhree 'I'┬░eam Fb i.in iu'Title Held Iitself so far this year. Michigan has Alinot, and Gunlock to give Michigan ~
Th_ Tem g__g o iteHedMADISON, Wis..'March 5,-The


Undisputedly By M ichih
Last Season
(By Associated Pres
CHICAGO, ,Merch 5.-TI
Conference basketball sea
to a climax this week witht
fighting for the title held b
last year. Five of the six
the week's program have a
the title.
Indiana, the leader today
due and Wisconsin, the
have been beaten only twi
three are off to the wars
week to protect their chan
Indiana turned back Mi
urday night 36 to 34, and
kept straight in step by p
Iowa 20-17. Chicago wo
season with a 19-18 victor
Purdue Has Easy G
Michigan and Illinois are
ling blocks in the paths o
ers. Wisconsin must beat 1
though. Indiana's single
game is with Illinois.I
comparatively easy sailin
against Iowa and Minnesot
There is an outside poss
the sixth game of the week
in the championship. N(
entertains Ohio State ton
ful of victory. If all th
take a tumble, Northwes
chance to go into a four
Season Was Brill
The Big Ten season hac
able for the brilliance of
Seven of the first ten po
play center, and five of t
are newcomers to Confere
Three veteran forwards, Oo

won from- four Conference opponents a six point lead. Donahoe, who was
to attain the leadership of the east- later to win the Big Ten, 158 pound verwit a o erictsi bsekl
ern division Of the Big Ten; Illinois championship, and 'Michigan's -'apa in April for their annual spring traii-
CHANCE holds an identical record in the Nwes- tain, then fell before Ritz of Illinois ing trip south. Co'ch Guy Lowman has
tern division. But it is here that in an overtime bout which proved to announced the correct schedule for
s. rMaize and Blue partisans hope that be the turning point of the meet the tour. The Badger nine will hook.
he Western up with five teams and play a total
son rushes history will deviate from its course, for if Donahoe had been vie- of eight games during their it-day
hfor when the Wolverine wrestlers torions, Michigan would have taken
Illinoistatms a the long end of the 12-9. jaunt, to the gulf.
)yreechigmn meet the Illinois mat teamSaturdayth, Woend lith ha1w-9. On the return trip north the \Vis-
y Michiganight in Yost field house they will Rich, Wolverine light heav eight onsin team will lay over one day,I
games on have a double task- that owinning then dropped another overtime tilt April 14, for a game with St. Louis
a double i to that IlwnninisIteam to even the
bearing on thi Big Ten title and avenging their tth I university. Coach Lowman has been
12-9 defeat by the Suckers in last count at nine points apiece, but Illinois drillin his ball plhlyers indoors for
y, and Pur- year's championship match. took the match and l ie title when several weeks, and has already elmi-
runners-up The tables may be turned- the re- Captain Shively, All-American guard, nated many candidates. The battery
ice, and all sult is greatly in doubt. Last year the won rom Prescott by an eight mi- men are being concentrated upon as
again this pllini matmen went into the meet ute time advantage. the cramped facilities make it difficult
ces for the with all their men, frost of whom This year positions are somewhat to do much fielding or hitting.
were veterans, in perfect shape; with reversed. Illinois has a still longer The 1927 pitching staff remains in-
chigan Sat- an unbroken string of six over- string of four consecutive Conference tact except for the loss of ex-Capt.
Wisconsin whelming victories; with a record of cha )ionships, to point to with pride, George Stoll. Most of the mound work
olishing off three consecutive Conference cham- Both teams have perfect records, will be done by Jacobson, Clausen,
und up its pionships behind them. Michigan of seven wins and Illinois Thelander and Ellorman, with the
y over Illi- Wolverines Were Uvderdog fe. possibility of some newcomers
They met a Wolverine team, the
thstmes. lest that Michigan had produced, but
f the lead- a new team, a team which had but
both to one year of experience under Coach
brma wining Keen. Michigan had been defeatedI
Purdue has once, by Cornell -college. Michigan's
g in sight star, Baker, left a hospital bed to_
grthwestghn dowsmetn h
a. compete in the match. Michigan had1
sibility that no glorious past victories to buoyl
may figure up their hopes. Michigan, the under-
orthwestern dog, was meeting the Conferencej
light, hope- champions on their home grounds.
re, leaders And yet, the Illini were forced to
tern has a the limit to defeat the wolverine a
way tie. wrestlers 12 to '9, by the narrow mar-1
iant gin of one bout, in a match which
s been not- contained three overtime tilts.
it's centers. Injury Hlurt )ticlhigan's Chances
int scorers Baker, weakened by a bad hip in-
those seven jury and a week of confinement, lost
nce honors. the 115 pound bout to Thacker by a
)sterbaan of decision. The next three Maize and 1)

1O\V .C ITY. Ia.. Aiarch 5.--A.middle'" ParIlu. (Grinnell, both of whom have
distance man and a sprintler, in their been invited to serve as inspectors for
clay ranking with thI elite in the Big the melt in the University of Iowa I
Ten meet, have been named among Iothe field house.
43 officials for ihe Western conference Davenport., under the tutelage cf
indoor track and field championships Amos Alonzo Stagg, won nine West-
here March 9 and 10. ern conference indoor and outdoor
The former athct ees are Ira N. championships in the quarter and half
Davenport, Chicago, and Leonard '. mile runs.


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Michigan, and Wells and Correll of
Indiana, were the only ones able to
hold their own against this rush of
tall lads.
Branch McCracken of Indiana, who
took the lead in points scored in his
first game, had leaped back into the
lead today, just three points ahead of
BERLIN-Germany is expected to
send the largest team of any nation
to the Olympic Games in Amsterdam i
this year, consisting of 282 men and

Blue wrestlers, Solomon, Watson, and
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., March 5.-
Indiana university's basketball team
will end the Big Ten championship
race next Tuesday night when Coach
Everett Dean makes a trip with his
men to Illinois. The two sister state
universities have played five games
within the past four years, Indiana;

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women. winning three and Illinois capturing
a pair. The tilt Tuesday night will
ANNAPOLIS - Commander Jonas give the Illini a chance to even the
H. Ingram, director of athletics at percentage.!
the United States Naval Academy, Illinois invaded Bloomington! during
will represent the Navy on the Olym- the .third week of last January and
pie committee. was repulsed, 44 to 29. Since that
_________________-time Coach Ruby's quintet has suf-
PHILADELPHIA-Joseph W. 'Wear fered several losses, but remains a
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