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______ - THE MICHIGAN DAILYrI

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UJALLEDI TRAINING PLAN IS
NNOUNCED BY VEENKER
~ AND KMPKE
K BEGINS WEDNESDAY
mages To Be Held In Afternoon
o Break Exaidnaton Jinx
Of Recent Years
prevent the recurrence of an-
gcollapse on the part of the
in basketball quintet just fol-
g the inter-semester recess, a
nial bugbear during recent sea-
Coaches George Veenker and
Kipke announced an unparal-
lan of training for the next
reeks.
h the drill last night, among
ost strenuous of the season, the
1 practice sessions were con-
I until Wednesday, after which'
>nly five or six or the members
e squad will be excused from
ery, and then only for examina-
periods..
Last Three Straight
Hainations, in more than one
n, almost cost the Wolverines
undisputed championship rank-
ist year and the previous sea-
tie for Conference honors.
le from the ineligibility toll
ht by the blue-books, the dis-
n of the well-groomed attack
defense caused successive de-
in the Pittsburgh, Indiana, and
e contests. These were the
losses sustained during the en-
[926-27 campaign, the six con-
Lve victories which followed
g the Michigan squad.
any rate, the work sche'dul'e
ed for the ensuing two weeks
pected to overcome the inter-
Iter hoodoo.
Doe Uamne Follows Chicago
.ctically the entire squad has
ordered to report on Wednesday
thereafter, scrimmages to start
at 4:30 o'clock. Moreover, the
lI notice posted on the bulletin
at the field house contained, a
to the cagemen: "Gym will be
both in th'e morning and after-
for basket shooting."
h the practice schedule as plan-
he Michigan quintet should cer-
be, in the peak of condition for
wo tilts which immediately fol-
those with Chicago's downtrod-
Maroons and, Coe's erratic Ko-
s. r
victory over the Maroons will
1 the Wolverines at a .600 po-
in the Big Ten rating with.
wins and two defeats. A loss,
he other hand, will virtually,
nat them from whatever titu-
:onsideration the faithful have
revived by the impressive form
ited against Indiana.
F MADE COMPULSORY
T U. S. NAVY ACADEMY
(By Associated Press)
NAPOLIS, Md., Jan. 19.-The
d States Naval academy today
ne the first college of importance
e country, it is believed here, to
golf a compulsory part of it
culum.
reafter midshipmen qualifying
.e Academy for commissions as
rs of the Navy must take a course
lessons in golf, and must pass
ourse.

Nortlhwestert 'Next aggregation when it meets W est.Vr-
---LA' ginia tomorrow night in the field (SpcialtoTeDaiy)
SECOND TO PLAY LOVOLA house, as the highly rated Eastern
I3L ratedON gas. Ta.. 1e.

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Plans for a huge indoor sports arena in New York City rivalling Tex
Rickard's Madison Square Gardens are iww under way. Humbert Fugazy,
famous Brooklyn promoter, is sponsoring the project. Architect's drawings
shows the proposed *,,tructure to be located on Twelfth avenue. It will have
a seating capacity of 30,000 people and will cost- $8,000,000. .
WOLVERINE PUCKMEN SHOW DE3TERMINATION ,
ALTHOUGH- OUTCLASSED IN MINNESOTA SERIES
After two gruelling games with the goals and was vastly superior to any
University of Minnesota sextet that combination Coach Eddie Lowrey.
ended in defeats, Coach Eddie Low- could put on the ice. Five of the six
rey's Wolverine puck nen will take first string Gophers are playing to-
a rest from practice for a few, :days gether for their third year. Coach
until injuries are healed, examination Emil Iverson and the Gophers were
schedules arranged, and good ice can invited to attend the Olympic games
be had at 'the Coliseum. next month, but the invitation could
The Gopher - Wolverine games, not be accepted because of 'interfer-
played at the Olympia arena in De- ence with school work.
troit before a crowd of approximately. Bill Maney did some good work for
2,000 people each nightt; were fast and the Wolverines by his clever stick
hard fought from beginning to end, handling and skating. Nygord, who
In the first game the Minnesota for- broke into the game as a substitute,
wards took the initiative in puck car- gained the fancy of the crowd by his
rying and gave the Wolverine defense ability to take the 'puck down the ice
men plenty of work. During, the sec- and evade the. Gopher players. Ny-
ond game the Wolverines were abie gord's skating was only mediocre, but
to get hold of the puck oftener and: his puck handling ability established
by the fast skating of Maney, who, him as a big favorite with the crowds.
carried the puck down the ice and a, Steve Jones, Michigan goal tender, is
shot by Nygord, Michigan got its lone given much of the credit for the l'ow
point of the series. . scores that the) Qophers were held to.
The crowds were enthusiastic and; Jones had two busy evenings, but was
enjoyed the type of hockey played, equal to the occasion.
although it differed considerably from The two casualties of the series
the kind of hockey Detroit fans are were a knee injury to Shea and a; leg
accustomed to. The Wolverines and injury to Copeland. Both injuries
Gophers put on games that lacked the were received in the first game, and
polish of a professional contest, but these two regulars were unable to
were none the less lacking in fight enter the second gaine.
and speed.r In the absence of Seat, Hart.was
The showing of the Wolverines was sent to defense, and Marshall played
not disappointing to their followers. at wing i~n place of Copeland. Bryant,
The Michigan players out-fought and a substitute, played at defense dur-
held a team down to three and four ing the second game.
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Special to The Daily)l
URBANA, Ill., Jan. 19.-Illinois will
throw its entire basketball strength
onto the floor Saturday night when
the Varsity team wiji meet Indiana
at Bloomington,'as the second squad.
engages Loyola university of Chicago
here.
Victory over Wisconsin encouraged
the Illini, but they expect an uphill
battle with the Hoosiers, who have
not appeared on the local schedule
since 1926 when each team won a
game. After the Indiana game .the
players have 'a respite, since semester.
examinations begin next week and
there will be no game until Feb. 8'
when Northwestern comes here.
Bradley Defeated Loyola
An interesting contest between the
second squad and Loyola is predicted.]
The Catholics have an impressive row,
of victories and met their only re-
verse when they encountered Bradley.
Among Loyola's victims this year
have been Marquette and the Oregon,
and Arkansas Aggies.
The Illini who will play against
Loyola will be selected from the fol-
lowing: Bergeson, Johnson, Gamble,
Edwards, Fisher, Hickox, Drew, Cum-,
mins, Logan, Glass, Pribble, Julian,
and Lewis. Cord Lipe will be in
charge of the reserves. There will,
be no reserved seats for the LoyolaI
game.
After examinations the first engage-
ment of an Illinois team will be Feb.
4 when the wrestlers travel to Mor-
gantown to meet West Virginia. This
has 'become an annual journey for
the mat champions, who have broken
even so far with the easterners,
[OWA ALUMNI DISALLOW
REFERENDUM ON COACH
(By Associated Press)
IOWA CITY, Ia., Jan. 19.-State
alumni of the University of Iowa to-
day disavowed responsibility for the
student referendum on the question
of retaining Burt Ingwersen as head
football coach. The referendum held
yesterday, was described as a hoax,
perpetrated by students.
READING-Everett S'cott, former1
Yankee shortstop, will play for Read-
ing of the International league this
year.

outfit includes; no less than six of the
men who competed last season. I
Relatively little i known concern-
ing the strength o the West Vir-
ginia team this season, aside fron
the fact that it is composedr ltargely
of, veterans, because their first ni,_ct
was held last night at Bloomington,
where they engaged the Indiana team
in the first of their series of two
meets with Big Ten outfits.
Although Saturday night's matlh
will be the Eastern team's first dual
meet, with a- Michigan outfit, it is by1
no means its . first appearance in the
West, because it has met Illinois for
a number of years in practice en-
To seasons ago West Virgi ia in-1
vaded the West and defeated Coach.
Prehn's Illini matmen, but last season
the Indians gained revenge by trounc-
ing the Easterners in a return en-
gagement. Nevertheless the West
Virginia team was rated as one of
the strongest in the East last year,
and aside from the loss to the West-
ern Conference champions, it made a
good showing, Navy being one of the
teams included among its victims.
The invading team will be com-
posed of experienced men in . every!
one of the seven weight divisions 'with
the exception of the 145-pound class,
which is occupied .by Ruble. Cooper
will compete in the 115-pound class;
Cox, 125; Brill, 135; Captain Suder.
158; T. Nixon, 175; and G. Nixon,
heavyweight.
ALI SON IS APPOINt'EI)
TO POST AT WISCONS
(Special to The Daily)
MADISON, Wis., Jan. 19-Leonard
'(Stub) Allison, end coach in football
was today appointed Assistant Direc-
tor of Athletics at the University of
Wisconsin. Allison, who was form-
erly athletic chief at South Dakota
university , joined the Badger staff
this fall and hecame of great value
as an assistant to Glen Thistle-
thwaite. He is being groomed to be-
come intramural manager next year
and is assisting in baseball and .u-
pervising boxing.

Indiana university's basketball team is
preparing for a defensive game when
he "Fighting I lini" from Champaign
come to Bloomington Saturday night.
Coach Everett Dean has a huge taskl
at hand in encountering the Rubv
quintet.
Illinois is conceded to be a better
defensive than . offensive team. Dorn
and Captain Olson are veteran men at
forward with Short holding don ii
enter. Solyom, the tall back guard,
ind Mill's, floor guard, are two of the
best guards in the Big Ten. Mills is
also an .accurate shot.
Indiana's track team will leave
here tomorrow for its meet with Chi-
cago Saturday night. Only two men,
Fields, and Brattain, are available,
who competed against the Maroons in
the indoor meet last year. Fields tookI
second in the mile and third in the
two mile.

the Olympic games to Chicago in
1933, the year of the proposed wprld's
fair and centennial, celebraion, are
being moulded by trustees of the fair.
Chairman Rufus C. Dawes has been
authorized to appoint a general sports
committee to open negotiations for
bringing the games here. Holding of
the Olympic games on the lake front
would give American's their first op-
portunity to see the world's sport
classic in this country since 1904, when
they were hel din St. Louis.
The Olympic games are scheduled
for 1932. To hold them at th fair
it would necessitate a year's postpone-
ment but an effort , will be made to
a postponement of one year.
NEW YORK CITY-folf Monson,
Anders Haugen, and Charles Proctor
have been selected to represent the
United States in the Oly'napic- ski
l jumping event at St. Moritz, Swit-
zerland next month.

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NEW YORK CITY - Princeton's
I crew may compete in the Olympic
trials next June for the honor of
representing the United States in the
eight-oared r'ace at Amstierdam.

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