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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATrTIDAY, JANUARY 11. 152S

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THREE

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GAMES

SCHEDULED

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unraTr 0WrnWLERN CAGE TEAM TO PLAY fDAI[QTEAM B COURT SCHEDULE tNCLUDES
L E INDIANA IN HOME OPENER TONIGHT UflUI1I¢ILT GAMES WITH YPSILANTI AND ALMA
TO PLAY BADGER FIYE W.. . iNTIJEI3 SPOR1TS TEAM Hockey Team Witi nycga h

TO PLAY ILLINI
IIRD CAGE GAME,

1I1linois, 31libi g iAndlIowa Treahlls
lh ve Yet Tio Score A Tietory
lit ('oiifereicc (Contests
INDIANA T0 LOSSi BCKNE

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_Scrimmage Against
Skating And Skiing Gain Receogniion Fast W indsor Six
When Placed On Regular SportF
Basis By 'cardinals
Handicapped so far this season by
FARQUHAR MADE DIRECTOR lack of scrimmaging practices, the
----?1Wolverine puck squad will try to
(Special to The Daily) make up for lost time and prepare
MADISON, Wis., Jan. 13.-Winter ms
hemselves a.t the last minute for
sports will be made a permanent
i b their opening Conterence game fourf
unit of the IUiversity of Wisconsin
athletic program in accordance with dabs away, by scrimmaging the Wind-I
a decision reached by the department sor Chicks in Detroit this week end,
officials today. In this step 'ak n by The practice game is not being ad--
Director George Little provi. n ais vertised and no attendance is expect-
made for a regular winter sports
team, composed of skaters and skiers, ed, so Coach Eddie Lowre is going
to compete on a similar ba-sis with I ' try out new combinations and

host to t e cagemen from Yilani
Normal in their first home game of
the season. lhe "B'" team recently
opened its season by dedicating the
new gym at Battle Creek in a game
with Kalamazoo college. After the
Ypsi contest they will remain idle
until the next semester when they
will journey to Alma on February 8
to meet Alma college. Two days
later they will engage the Albion
quintet in the field house, and the
next night they will meet the letroit
City college team in Detroit.
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Indiana at Michigan.
Illinois at Iowa.

{ Wisconsin at minnesota. I
Tonight's Big Ten basketball pro-
gram abounds with possibilities-
but nothing particularly startling i's
expected to occur.
It matters little as far as the
championship is concerned (excepting,
of course, as an indication of what
the wildly hopeful may pray fort
whether or not Iowa and Michigan,f
deposed favorites, start their overdue
bids for the title by downing Illinois
and Indiana.
31innesota Is Hopef u
However, much necessary color to
tonight's performance is added in the
form of the Maroon and Old Gold Mm-
nesotans versus the Cardinal Wiscon-
sinites. Both the Badgers and the
Gophers have undefeated records to{
protect, and naturally, hope runs high !
at Minneapolis and Madison.
A whole week has passed since the
in'spiredl Minnesota quintet i~r gurat-
ed the Conference canmaign by nip-
ping Iowa, 33 to 32. The week hasf
been spent for the most part, at leastI
by those intensely interested in thef
court pastime, in wondering just what-
significance rightfully ought to be at-
tached to the Gopher victory. To-
night will set at rest the doubts,but
the dloubts settled, will give rise o
some fears and 'some more hopes.
Minnesota has a big team, not near
as big as the gigantic Wolverine, but
high and lofty above the shoulders of
the pigmy Wisconsin.athletes.u
Cardinals Are ElusiveV
Wisconsin has that which upset thet
Michigan 'squad, -elusiveness and parb
excellence in the art of sharpshooting,q
The game ought to be a great one, in-
asnmuch as the Badger's supposedlyr
sensational criss-cross passing andG
passing back, although beautiful, is
still, somewhat wlhimsically, as futile
as the pecking of the -Phoenix.
All of Dr. Walter Meanwell's tutel-
age in the dazzling pass lessons usual-r
ly turns out to be wasted pedagogy
when Behr and Foster just miss theo
hroop from the middle of the floor, ag
fact well proved by the Wi'sconsin-Coe
game in which the Badgers were held
to 18 poinuts.c
Indiana looks good, too, but the losst
of Beckner next week will disorganize
the attack; Illinois has a chance toa
topple the Hawks; but Northwestern,c
idle today after bearely managing tof
eke out a 15-14 -win over Chicago,
standsusecure with a record of three
wins and no defeat's.
NEW YORK.-Plans have been com-
pleted for a meet between the United
States and British Olympic teams im-s
mediately following the games nextZ
summer.n
I ]E)AMNN(t ('4NTI'FSTS ON p
2I1ICIlGAN CAGE SCIIEIWLE e
I Jan. 14, Indiana, here.
San. 16, Ohio State, here.- i
Feb. 4. Chicago, there.
Feb. 6, Coe, here. (non-Confer- I

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Members of the Michigan basketball team which meets the fast Indiana
five tonight in the first Conference game of the 1928 season in Yost field hou'se.
Last year the Crimson quintet won from the Wolverines 37-34 on the local
floor to avenge a 31-27 defeat at Michigan's hands earlier in the season.
Hoosier Teams Will Compete Today In
Basketball, Wrestling And Swimming
(Special To The Daily)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind;,Jan. 13-Indi- taste of defeat at Ann Arbor in a
ana university's winter sport sched- return game. The defeat here per-
ule will be in full swing this week mitted Michigan to win the Big Ten
with but one exception, the track cIampionship and held Indiana to a
team being idle for another weeka
before seeing action. The basketball tie for second place. If the Hoosiers
quintet will meet Michigan at Ann had defeated Michigan on the local
Arbor tomorrow night in the initial floor it would have been another cage
road) game on the Big Ten chart. The championship for the Crimson.
Gary Y. M. C. A. will furnish opposi- If Indiana is not successful in this
tion for the wrestling team here to-
morow night. In another branch of invasion of Ann Arbor it will have
winter sport, the swimming team will another chance in the return game.
compete with DePauw here tomor- here, March 3. This is the last game
row afternoon, of the year for Iiidiana.j
The wrestling meet will be the see- Indiana's indoor track team hasE
and of the season for the Hoosier been in training for several weeksI
grapplers.sThe matmen are facing in preparation for a strenuous cam-
the hardest Big Ten schedule in sec- paign this winter. The first competi-
ral years andl their non-Conference tion starts with Chicago at Chicago
contests will help prepare tIemn foronJ.21
She larger schools later on. on Jan. 21.
Michigan is certain to give Indiana _
a determined fight on the basketball
court. Last year the Wolverines de- -
feated Indiana here, only to feel the

other sports.
Johnny Farquhar, hockey coach,
will act as winter sports director,
with Tom Lieb coacljing the skaters
and Bob Nohr supervising the work of
the ski artists. This move to give a
substantial rating to winter sports at
Wisconsin may lead the way to an in-
creased interest in skiing and skatingI
among Middle Western colleges and
universities,
Capiure Western Title
This action has been prompted
somewhat by the splendid showing
made by the Badger skiers and skaters
in recent competition. From their
exhibition's at Lake Placid and thel
Midwestern Intercollegiate events here
last week the Wisconsin skating team
lays claim to the championship of the
United States, while the Cardinal
skiers hold the Western title.
With a margin of 26 points, Wis-
cousin captured the first annual in-
tercollegiate winter sports aneet.
Led by Ocock and Milverstedt, the
Card skaters swept the field, captur-
ing first places in all races except the
half mile. Warm weather caused
some postponements in ski events but,
the Badgers took first and second
in the jump, under very disagreeable
condition's.
Show Well At Lake Placid
At the Lake Placid college week,
competing with the 12 strongest
winter sports colleges in the United
States and Canada, Wisconsin scored
23 points, six points better than their
closest rival, McGill universitytof
Toronto. New Hampshire was third

teach his men plays which will be
tried out against the Windsoir team.
The Windsor Chicks are the only1
senior amateur team in the borderI
city. They will be in good enough1
shape to make the practic session a,
tcugh one for'the Wolverines. '
Although the Michigan players are l
in good physical shape from working '
out in the field house, their appear-'
ance and performance on ice will'
probably be a little ragged. Offensive-
ly the team showed lack of judgment
and skill in the first game of the
season against the University of Wes-
tern Ontario. This condition can only!
be overcome with actual shooting
practice, wdhich will make the first
Conference game of the year a closer!
one than expected at the present time.
Unless some special arrangement
is made, the price of admission will
be the regular Olympia rate of from
50 cents to $2.20 a seat.
DR. PELTZER MAY RUN
IN I. A. C. INDOOR MEET
(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Jan. 13.-Influenctial
friends of the Illinois Athletic club
held hopes today of succeeding, where
all others had failed, in obtaining per-
mis'sion for Dr. Peltzer, noted German
runner, to participate in the I.A.C.
indoor meet here Feb. 10.
Mayor William Hale Thompson,
Judge Walter Steffen, football coach
of Carnegie institute, and leaders of
prominent German societies were in-
terceding with the German sports fed-
eration to lift the ban and permit
Dr. Peltzerdto engage some of the
leading middle distance runners of
this section.I
Dr. Peltzer is making a tour of the
United States, but he assured Ger-
!man authorities, before leaving that
country, that he would not participate
iin any meet's while here. He holdsj
the world's record in the 1,500 meters
run

Normal in a return game on the Ypsi
court while on Feb. 17 they will play
Alma in Ann Arbor. Feb. 22 will find
them playing Albion in the Albion
gym.
In addition to these games, two ten-
tative dates have been made with
Kalamazoo college for February 27
and March 3.
Although as yet no definite squad
has been announced, it is quite cer-
tain that one will, be given soon, as
on some of the dates the Varsity also
has contests scheduled, and most of
the men that saw action in the last
"B" team encounter have also played
in Varsity games.
Balsamo, Lovell, Whittle, Slagle,
and Nyland were among those who
played at Battle Creek. It is almost
certain that the "B" team will be
strengthened after the first semester
by the addition of several of the in-
eligibles, who are working out every
day at the field house.

1iin iws ta A n Nortirwe-t er
lit Conferen~ceIHate
BARRY DRILLS DEFENSE
(Spt'cial. '1'r To The I )ailx')
IOWA CITY, Ia., Jan. 13-iliinoit,
a team similar to the Ilawkeyes in
physical proportions, appears on 1I?
IL niversit y of Iowa field house court
Saturday evening as the third West-
ern conference opponent.
No worry about the attack has
bothered Coach Sam Barry this week.
'but it is to the defense that lie has
turned most of his attention. The
Ilawkeyes have hopes of clamping
down a regular old-time Iowa defense
upon the Illini scorers, somethipg
they could not do with the North-
western giants.
Like the Iowans, Illinois made a
poor start in the Conference race by
iowing tIo Purdue's superior size and
cleverness, 30 to 24. The Old Gold
team dropped a one-point game to
jMinnesota and another to Northwest-
ern, 37 to 32.
IOWA ILLINOIS
Twogood (c)......F..........lHow
Lawson........... LF.........Dorn
Wilcox............ C.......... Short
Kihnuan........... L.G.......Solyom
N arrison.......... RG..........Mills
Officials: Referee, Feezle (Wabash)
Umpire, Young (Illimois Wesleyau)

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with 16 and Dartmouth
15. At the Eastern
Badgers drstinguished
equally well in skating,

'fourth with
carnival the
themselves
ski jumping

and cross country skiing.
It is planned to enter the Iniver-
I sity of Wisconsin in all skating and
skiing meets held in this section this
winter. The skating squad consists
of Capt. Milvers tedt, Ocock, Dubin-
sky, Pautsch, Bridges and Otterson.

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MAROONS ARE FIRST ON
BADGER TANK SCHEDULE
(Special To The Dail)
MADISON, Wis., Jan. 13.-Wiscon-
sin's swimming team will begin Big
Ten competition here tomorrow after-
noon when the Chicago natatorial
squad invades the Badger tank. The
Maroons gave Wisconsin heated op-
position last year when they finished
even with the Badgers, 34-34. Wis-
consin won, 35-34,-after a diving event
was recontested. The 40-28 victory of
he Badgers over Milwaukee A.C. last
week was a good criterion of the Mar-
oon clash.
MADISON, Wis., Jan. 13.-Wiscon-
sin's puck squad will make good use
of its three weeks without gapues by
preparingfor the double match with
Minnesota here Feb. 3 and 4. A week
later, on Feb. 10 and 11, the Badgers
will entertain Michigan on the local
ink.

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Feb. 11, Purdue, here.
Feb. 13, Chicago, here.
Feb. 20, Purdue, there.
Feb. 25, Northwestern, here.
Feb. 27, Ohio State, there.
Mar. 3, Irdiana, there.
Mar. 5, Wisconsin, here.

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