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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1928

MICHIG AN'S 'B' CAGEMEN

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TONIGHT

YPSILANTI TO OPPOSE
FIVE IN SECOND TEST
Game Will End Baske ball Activities
For Varsity Squad Until Two
Weks From Saturday
COACH ANNOUNCES LINEUP
Wolverine basketball activities will
be' postponed after tonight until the
resumption of the Conference cam-
paign two weeks from Saturday, but
the encounter scheduled for the "B"
squad tonight at the field house, with
Ypsilanti Normal furnishing the op-
position prmises to rank among the
features of the season.
Coaches George Veenker and Har-
ry Kipke yesterday revealed the pro-
bable starting lineup which will con-
sist of Balsamo and Bowerman at
the forwards, Nyland at center, and
Kanitz and Slagle at the guards.
All of the players named excepting
Bowerman competed in the first and
only reserve game played to date,
that with Western State Normal two
weeks ago at Battle Creek, in which
the Wolverines went down to a 33-29
defeat. Aside from the original five
listed, Whittle, Lovell, Cushing, and
McDonald were also mentioned 'as
certain to break into the lineup.
Invaders' Strength Unknown
Little is known concerning the
strength of Coach Ryneerson's Ypsi-
lanti quintet, but the showing made
by Normal's squad in the M. I. A. A.
last year indicates that much may
be expected from the opposition.
The Wolverine squadl has been
somewhat handicapped, of course, by
the fact that it has not played in-
tact since the regular game at Bat-
tie Creek, and hence is not as power-
ful as it very probably might have
been had it been drilled in coordina-
tion.
The ,individual talent on the squfad,
however, reveals the potentialities
that such a quintet possesses. Whit-
tle and Nyland have earned AMA
awards and are experienced play-
ers, while the majority of the others
have been inserted into the Varsity
lineup at some time or other' dur-
ing the season.
Team Has Scoring Power
Every one of the competitors int
the game with Western State Nor-
mal broke into the scoring column,
and only Gawne, whose play since
has earned him a berth on the Var-
sity roster making ihe inaugural
Conference trip, will be missing to-
night.
Balsa mo, with fou baskets, and
Whittle, with two baskets and two
free throws, led the individual point
totals. Nyland trailed with fivet
points, followed by Kanitz, Cushing,
and Slagle in order.
Coupon books will be honored at
the door.
HAWK FOOTBALL COACH
ORGANIZESGRID CLASS
(Special to The Daily.)
IOWA CITY,-A primary class in
football, in the course of which funda-
mentals will be taught to inexper-
ienced men, has been opened at the
University of Iowa by Burton A.
Ingwersen, head coach.
It is the first step towards the
creation of a strong first and second
team for the season of 1928. Eight
games will be played by the frst,
eleven, and probably three by the
second squad.
The practice is arranged especially
for men who have never won letters
or numerals, those who have never
played the game, and for athletes not
occupied with other sports at pres-
ct.
D)rills will be held in the Hawkeye
field house, until weather permits usc
of the outdoor gridiron, said Coach
Ingwersen. When the squad moves
outdoors, regular 'spring practice, par-
ticipated in by all Varsity candidates

will begin.
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ILLINI DROP BADGERS FROM
TOP RUNG IN BIG TEN RACE;
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After losing the first two contests on then 1928 Conference basketball
schedule, Coach CraigRuby's Illini cagemen surpri-sed Big Ten fans last night
bay toppling the Badgers who were tied for the lead with Northwestern in a
thrilling contest by a 34-33 score.
Tphe Illini's unexpected defeat of the pacemaking Cardinals indicates that
they must be reckoned with in any attempt to dope the exciting race for this
year's title, along with Northwestern, Purdue, Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana,
and Minnesota.

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EOUAL BIG TEN WIN RECORD BTEYCNIAE

UNBEATEN IN 216,TEN
Northiwestern And Purdue Are Only
Conference Quitlets Thalt
Hold Perfect Marks
ILLINI SPRINGS SURPRISE
THE STANDINGS
Northwestern.......... 3 0 1.000
Purdue ...............1 0 1.000
Wisconsin ............3 1 .750
Indiana ...............2 1 .6i7
MICHIGAN...........2 2 .500
Minnesota .............1 1 .500
Iowa .................1 .333
Illinois ...............1 4 2 .8
Ohio ..................0 2 .000
Chicago ...............0 3 .000
It has been but 11 days since the
Conference cage teams opened their
quest for the 1928 title, but in., that
time all except two of the quintets
have met defeat at least once, four of
them taking beatings twice, while a
fifth one, Chicago, has 1 ost three
games. Neither Ohio nor Chicago has

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(Special to The Daily)
IOWA CITY, Jan. 17-Iowa bas-
ketball teams boast a honTe court
record over a five year period which
equals the best in the Western Con-
ference, according to a summary
recently completed at the department
of athletics.
Hawkeye quintets have won 23 of
30 Conference games since Sam Bar-
ry became coach here in 1923. Illi-
nois and Purdue have a sim'ilar rec-
ord for home floor games while
Michigan won 22 and lost 7 contests.
In 1923 and 1926, years in which
the Big Ten championship was shar-
ed, the Iowa team was not beaten
at Iowa City, taking all six combats.
Purdue amassed its brilliant record
mainly by winning all games in 1925
and copping five of six in 1924, 1926,
and 1927, Illinois lost only one game
each in 1924, 1925, and 1927.
If the Purdue-Michigan game at
Ann Arbor in 1925 had not been can-
celled, the Wolverines might have
tied Iowa, Illinois and Purdue.
Indiana, Ohio State, and Wiscon-
sin, each won 22 and lost only 8
games, while Minnesota, iChicago,
and Northwestern could not pile up
wins to exceed losses at home.

Ten battery candidates for the 1925
Wolverine baseball team have al-
ready answered, Coach Ray L. Fish-
er's first call and are working out in
the field house with 'some regularity,
although practice will not start in
earnest until after the. examination
period.
The majority of the prospective
pitchers for this year's Varsity are
right handers, only two southpaws
being included in the ranks at the
present time, but Neb~ung, a vet-
eran, will increase this number to
three when he reports.
Asbeck, veteran performer from
the 1927 team, McAffee, freshman star
in 1925, Holk, Holzman, Moffett,
Martin, and Hill, all of whom are
sophomores comprise the list of
pitchers at the present time. Gawne,
another experienced hurler, is a muem-
ber of the basketball squad.
At present only two prospective
catchers have reported for practice.
These are Duckman and Douglas,
Reichman, a veteran from last year's
team, is expected to bolster up the
strength of the squad in this depart-
ment.

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llinois, after falling before Purdue
d Iowa by six point margins to open
r schedule, sprung the biggest sur-
se of the yet embryonic 'season
nday night by nosing out Dr.
anwell's fast travelling Badgers in
inadverteitly overtime game by a
33 score.
Tinmer's (Grin Beats Badgers

BILL BACHRACH, ILLINOIS ATHLETIC CLUB TANK
COACH, HAS DEVELOPED MANY STAR SWIMMERS

Bill Bachrach, genial coach of thei
Illinois A. C. swimming team, which
comes to Ann Arbor on Jan. 28 for
a dual meet with the Wolverine na-
tators, has held his present posi-
tion for 16 years. During this time
he has developed many star swim-t
mers, including his greatest protege,.
Johnny Weissmuller.E
I. A. C. swimmers during Bach-
rach's regime have annexed every
National A. A. U. aquatic title withj
the exception of two. Once all his'
stars were enlisted in the Navy dur-
ing the war. On the other occasion
Weissmuller, the mainstay of the
team, was unable to compete due to

illness.
Bachrach has coached the last two
American Olympic swimming teams,
and has been retained again this
year to prepare the natators who
will represent the United States for
the events at Amserdam next sum-
mer. American swimmers have gen-
erally captured a majority of the po-
sitions in Olympic competition, and
many of the individuals responsible
for this were coached by Bachrach.
Among the stars that have been
developed by the veteran I. A. C.
coach are Johnny Weissmuller, un-
doubtedly the greatest swimmer of
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The Cardinals were ahead 33-32
when the timekeeper first tried to fire
his gun but the cartridge was a "dud, "
as was a second, and before he suc-
ceeded, on his third effort, Howe, Illi-
ni forward, had sunk the winning
basket after fondling the bahl a s(coed }
or so.
Be that as it may, Northwestern
with victories over Michigan, Iowa,
and Chicago, is posted at the top of
the heap. Purdue, which has oly
played one game, has a perfiet per1-
centage by virtue of winning overr
Illinois.
Previous to Monday the Badgers
had won successively over Ohio, iMichi-
gan and Minnesota, and they must be
rated high in the dope. Indiana, the
victim fo Michigan's inspiration game,
concluded its series with Chicago for
the year Monday by winning her
second game by a one sided score,
and will now turn to the rest of her
schedule. Judging from the exhibi-
tion against Michigan, the Hoosiers
will cause much trouble this year,
even though they lose Beckner at the
end of this semester.
Chicago and Ohio are two team
which appear hopeless already, and
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CANADIAN HOCKEY TEAMS
SET PACE IN TITLE RACE
AND .OLD SCORING LEAD
(By Associatcd Press)
NEW YORK, Jan. 17.-The chances
cf the Stanley Cup, emblematic of the
world's professional hockey cham-
pionship, coming to the United State's
this season are not very bright, to
judge from statistics on games played
between Canadian and United States
teams in the National Hockey league
for the first half of the season. Otta-
wa now holds the premier hockey title.
United States and Canadian sex-
tots have clashedhin 53 games, the
foutr team's from the Dominionshw
ing -an overwhelming superiority both
in games won and goals scored. The
four Canadian teams have won 34 in-
ternational games, the six American
teams, 16, and three have been tied.
Nine of the international games won
by United States teams were by the
margin of only one goal. and only four
have been won by a margin of more
thntwo goals-all against the Mont-
ixr al Maroons. Boston andi Pittsburgh
both have shut out the Maroons, 4-0,
and Detroit scored a 4-1 victory. De-
troit also has a 3-0 whitewash of the
Maroons to its credit.
The brightest spot in the perform-
ances of United States teams against
their Canadian rivals was Detroit's
2-0 triumph over Les Canadiens of
Montreal, who are setting a dizzy pace.
it is the only defeat suffered by the
Flying Frenchmen so far.
In scoring the Canadiens have an
aggregate superiority of 56 goals, hav-
ing netted 1.44 shots as compared with
88 for the American clubs. The
Americans have held Canadian teams
E scoreless seven times as compared
with six shutouts registered by the
Dominion 'sextets.

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