_, 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
JIOWA'S VICTORY T aT2.
DE[OLi OVER ILLINI FIVE PhiKp2.p Psi 0, Alpha Kappa
I. Lambda 2
r AIDS HAWKEYES Kappa Nu 14, Phi Kappa 23.
(Special to The Daily)
I IOWA CITY, Jan. 19,---FortifiedI
Beta Theta Pi 24, Pi Kappa Phi 10.
Theta Xi 30, Alpha Delta Phi 16.
Alpha Sigma Phi 20, Alpha Kappa
1owx rBasketball Squa'd Has 'sially
Proved Jinx To Boilermiakers
In Former Contests
LAMBERT DRILLS PLAYERS
(Special to The Daily)
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Jan. 19.-Pur-
due's two weeks' basketball layoff
will end Saturday night at Iowa City,
when the Boilermakers engage the
Iowa five. The two weeks have been
a layoff only .in the sense that no
games have been scheduled, as each
night is being devoted to thorough
drills in an endeavor to overcome de-
fects which cropped out in the hard
fought game against Illinois. Purdue
won after a stiff battle.
Indiana Scheduled For Tuesday
Iowa has proved a serious stum-
bling block to Purdue both on the
Iowa floor and in Memorial gymnasi-
un .here. Despite, the fact that the
IHawk eyes have suffered several re-
buffs already this season, they are
regarded as highly formidable by the
Boilermakers, and Coach Ward Lam-
bert, is leaving nothing in the way of
preparation undone for the game.
Returning to Lafayette Sunday,
Purdue will have only a day in which
to make ready for one of the most
important games on the schedule,
with Indiana, in Memorial gymnasium
next Tuesday night. The Hoosiers
are flashing to the front as -serious
contenders, and the game will be a'
hard test of Purdue's chances in the
Big Ten title chase.
Director of Athletics H. A. Kellogg
has announced that all reserved seats
for Purdue's remaining home games
have been sold out.
U. S. TO BE WITHOUT
OLYMPIC HOCKEY TEAM
(By Associated ;Press) '
NEW YORK, Jan. 19.-The United
State apparently will enter no team
in the Olympic hockey, competition at
St. Moritz, Switzerland, this year.
This, most observers agreed, was
the practical effect of the American
Olympic Committee's- action yesterday
in declining to approve the selection
of the Augsberg college team of Min-
neapolis to carry this country's colors
in the Olympics, en the ground that it
was not sufficiently representative.
The Augsberg team, it was pointed
out, was chosen only after William
S. Haddock, of Pittsburgh, chairman
of the Olympic Hockey committee, had
met with numerou's refusals from oth-
er aggregations to which invitations to
compete had been extended.
CHICAGO-Four members of the
C. A. A. track team will compete
in the indoor championships at New
York and Boston.
with= confidence atter toppling tau'-Iy
nois, the University of Iowa basketball
team is rehearsing tactics calculated
to bring Purdue out of the Big Ten's
undefeated class here Saturday eve-
Ever since Coach Sam Barry began
his work with the Hawkeyes, Coacht
Ward Lambert's teams have dreaded
the clashes with Iowa. The reason is
that in six games only once has the
Boilermaker defense been able to halt
the Old Gold attack.'
Purdue will bring one of the strong-
est teams in the Conference to Iowa
City. Captain Wheeler, forward, and
Kemmer, back guard, are the seniors
on the first team. The six foot sixr
inch Murphy is the sophomore center
who has beaten Wilbur Cummins, high
scorer of the Conference last winter,
out of a first team position. Warrenj
Schnaiter, a clever junior running
guard, and Glenn Harmeson, sopho-
more forward, are the other regulars.1
It was the injection of sophomore
talent which won the Illinois game
for Iowa last Saturday. Doyal Plunk-
itt, took eight shots in the final 12
minutes and made four of them, while
Virgil David, played a close guarding
game. 'The Iowans made 18 pointsI
and held Illinois to five in the lastl
half of the 'second period.
Iowa took both games from Purdue
last winter the defeats costing the
Lafayette quintet the Conference title,
for only one other game was lost,
that to Michigan.
BASKETBALL RESULTS I
Two league champions were deter-
mined Wednesday night in the con-
cluding contests of the third round
in Class A interfraternity basketball.
Theta Chi won the title of League 12
by virtue of a win'over Tau Delta Phi,
6-4. Alpha ChiSigma overwhelmed
the Triangle club to capture the
championship of League 13 by a 37-4
Other results of Wednesday's games
Phi Gamma Delta 12, Delta Sigma
Phi Sigma Delta 20, Sigma Phi
Sigma Zeta 0, Phi Rho Sigma 0.
Phi Kappa Sigma 27, Sigma Chi 5.
Sigma Nu 13, Tau Kappa Epsilon 15.
Pi Kappa Alpha 0, Theta Kappa
Sigma Alpha Mu 17, Alpha Chi
Phi Beta Delta 0, Pi Phi 2.
Kappa .Delta Rho 7, Phi Sigma Kap-
Tau Epsilon Rho 18, Hermitage 14.
Xi Psi Phi 2, Nu Sigma Nu. 0.
Phi Mu Alpha 0, Phi Kappa!
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