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TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PACE SEVEN

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PA:E SEVEN

VARSITY RELAY TEAMBRAVES IGNORE
HORNSBY OFFER
J NTEC(By Associated Press)
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THE TIP-OFF

(- ', ;r v( s [ tirn, Chicago, And
fae nNdfd To Comnpete
* With laize And Blue
l ,IiIOAN WON IN 1924
For the first time since 1924, Michi-S
gan will send a team to participate
in the invitation two mile Universi-
ty Relay which is one of the features
of the handicap games which are held
annually under the auspices of the
Illinois Athletic club, according to an
auncuncement made by Coach Farrell.
This year the games will be held on
Feb. 10 in Chicago.
A two mile relay team! was entered
in t is meet by Coach Farrell in 1924,
anr.d the Wolverinesnwon the Colonel
'William 1H. Beckman trophy by de-
feating Iowa State college of Ames
and Ohio State. The Michigan team
was composed of Bowman, Freyberg,
Hattendor , and Reinke.
Three Big Teams Invited
Invitations have been sent to three
other Big Ten schools, Illinois, North-
west'rn, and Chicago, in addition to
l1ichigan, but it is not certain at the
prosent time which will accept thy,
offer. Notre Dame has also been ask-
ed to enter a team in this event.
Although Michigan has never made
a regular practice of going outside
the circles of the Big Ten in track
competition, Coach Farrell looks up-
on the invitational relay as an ex-
cellent opportunity to test the
strength of the Wolverine runners
before the first regular indoor meet,
which is the indoor Conference cham-
pionships that will be held about the
middle of March at Iowa City.
The I. A. C. games will give the
Maize and Blue trackmen a total of
four indoor meets, including the In-
door Conference championship event
and the dual meet with Cornell at
Ithaca and the meet here with Har-
vard.

iIornsby, newly acquired second base-iI
man of the Boston Braves, is not for i

sale, President Emil E. Fuchs of the
Boston club, declared here last night,
putting to rest reports that the fa-
mous player might eventually turn up
with the Chicago Cubs.
Even Hazen Cuyler and other stars
of the Cubs would not be tempting in
any exchange for Hornsby, President
Fuchs said. And as far as money is
concerned, no amount would be con-
sidered.
"We secured Hornsby to play for
us and not to auction off for fancy
prices," Fuchs asserted. "Hornsby is
satisfied and so are the Braves.
Hornsby is a great ball player and,
with his services, the prospects of the
Braves are the brightest in years.
"As for the reports that the Cubs
are after Hornsby, I have not been
approached, but even though offers
were made I would promptly turn
them down without a second thought.
He's now a Brave and we won't turn
him loose."
The sensational trade by which
Hornsby went to the Braves in ex-
change for two ordinary players,
Catcher Francis Hogan and Outfield-
er Jimmy Welsh, developed many re-
ports than another big deal was in
the making, but President Fuchs was
emphatic in his assertion that Horns-
by was with the Braves to stay.

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ears ago played another great game.
t is doubtful if there is a faster
reaking player in the Big Ten than
Beckner and to this fact may be at-
ributed at least a half dozen Hoosier
points. Danny Rose had his hands
ull in trailing Beckner-as indeed
would almost anyone.

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The fact that Beckner will be
lost to Indiana by graduation at
the end of the present semester
is one of the big reasoins why
Indiana is not rated as high in
titular considerations as she
otherwise would be.
Captain Correll of the Hoosiers
though not taking a prominent part
in the scoring, is an underlying rea-
son for Indiana success. He is a
clever floor man and passer of no
little consequence.
Those who had heard the ad-
vance stories of McCracken, the
visitors' center, were a little dis-
appointed because he did not
score so heavily. Nevertheless he
made eight points and played a
rather good floor game. On the
tip-off no particular superiority
could be conceded him as Chap-
man more than took care of him-
self.I
In 'speaking of Chapman, one mustI

passing game that was the 1 ,t 3
he has ever shown.
say that the sopflpnore cent'r is
getting better with every game. Ile
looked like a veteran and was able toa
sink his shot in the emergency. He
took care of the tip-off well and in!
the closing minutes of play gaine(d
possession of the ball for Michigan
without fail.
Comment on the work of iar-
rigan and Oosterbaan under the
basket is superfluous--it looked
like last year! Oo-terbaan whit
high point scorer. Harrigan with
only one basket to his credit
nevertheless was a star in thie
combination-he dropped the role I
of spectacular and fitted into
team play wonderfully, playing u

I~ V~E wECTIG STAR
fse_ . e na"
!(N"\ CI(T'lY. Iowa,.,Jami16 (>'m i-
f;r Iinself by IM rson \. Nelsn.
i Versity f ~4i'wa honmrr t11 0').i
har ' Is mi4 would ave placen
1him secoind i the 1924 nt eraon
Nelson, Win was captain of the 1P27
H lOwkeye WOtball team, Will ceoncen-
irate on Ile event from M.rch toI
Ju lly wXit h tIM' hope that he will B
on of tief o n a ha n i
throwers at Anserdan next sunn e
In compettionr , his best record is
r ,1 feet, 9 inches, made last spring,
and standing as the 'n iversity of
fowa record. A throw of 170 feet is
his finest practice mark, according t,
Nelson.
Wi h a ,heave of 174 feet 1.0 inches ,
Fred Toot ell, now a coach, won the
Stympic title four years ago. RcNIsd

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Ernie McCoy demonstrated that he !lace went

to M\att 1lecrati.

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has completely recovered from anyi
slumps he has been in working well I
all around except for a mental lapseI
in the last hectic minutes of the strife,
when he tossed the ball in the gen-
Aral.direction of the hoop from mid-
floor. If this error had been costly,
Mac would likely never have recov-
ered-but it wasn't so all's well.
While individuals were starring,
they were starring in a smoth-
working combination; they were
contributing immeasurably to
team play-and that was the _
most significant part of thti game.

threw the 16 pound implemeni 163(
feet and 9 5-8 inchs. Another Amer-
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