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111,11 -111 .
CH 1929

SHE MICHIGAN DAIL-

eAGE

GERS WILL INVADE BUCKEYE FLOOR IODAY C's"

;IN
FIGD

A .OUR TILTS ARE LISTED ON
TQ REAIN N RAE IU SCEDLETON IT P URUDI
I Inthe first round for the win-
FON RS ter all-campus tennis tournament INTEREST TO CENTER IN MIC-
there were 73 'igned up on the IGAN-OIO STATE GAME, IL- 1
play-off sheet, and at the pres- LINIBOILERMAKER CLASH
VICTORY WILL LEAVE CAGE ent writing there are about 18 left _Wisco
ITLE DEPENDING ON to fight it out for the honors. PURPLE WILL MEET IOWA MICH
BADGER TILT Among those left in the semi- Purdu
finals Spencr, Brace, and Reindel GAMES TONIGHT I Ohio
VA SIT WON FIRST GAME have shown that it will be a triangle N -- I North
fight to the finish. All three of MICHIGAN at Ohio State. I Ilno
Probable Lineups these men came out close to the Illinois at Pure. Indi.Oo
Michgn Ohio State top in the tennis matches held in jNorthiivstern at Iowva. IMinni
O(wg .. .........vans the earlier part of last fal anid arc' e
....in th ne ennuis mte l r eldr n Chicago at MinnesotaI Chica
Trusl wsk1.L... ....Evi expected to duplicate ter per- hcg tMneoa
Chart sn.....C..... VanHeyde form ance in this tournament.
R a....~........Fesler The intramural Department has Although the leading Wisconsin
Mcco , Capt.....R ........Larkins been conducting an all-fraternity quintet will be inactive, tonights scared
bowling contest down in the Union games in the Western Conference Iwta
By.Morris Quinn alleys. The semi-finals will be run basketball race will provide an in- men.
Sta ng their chances of shar- off on Monday March 5 with the teresting assortment of tilts. Four have t
ing he Conference title with the first four teams bowling. Right eres arthe card and the the title
leagu-eading Badger combina- now the pinmen are being led by gamesults of n these games will def- a tie t
tion on. a victory, the Wolverines Delta Sigma Delta with a high riely settle the hopes of a num- objecti.
will swing .into the last lap ;of score of 2586. The rest of the fra- bet of teams seeking higher stand- the P
their 1929. Conference schedule ternities placed in the following ir s in the Big Ten Captai
against the formidable Ohio State order: second, Alpha Delta Phi, g gthe Io
quincet toight at Columbus. 2509; third, Alpha Phi Delta, 2445; Cllinois May Stop Murphy college
Although the Wolves are the I fourth, Zeta Psi, 2411; fifth, Beta Chief in interest will .be the__g
sole u ts of th cond rung Theta Pi, 2381; sixth Psi Omega, clash between the Michigan five U c
rin tixe Coference_ standings at 327; and seventh, Sigma Chi with adOi tt tClmu n
preset by virtue of Wisconsin's 2277. The finals are scheduled to be the tilt b eVt w e ecn Illinois and Gets
second victory over Stretch Mur- run off this coming Wednesday Purdue at Champaign. Eager to
phy' anid his mates, they must win The intramural office has open- 'avenge an erler defeat and also
tonight if they hope to hold their ed up the fraternity foul throwing seeking to restrain the scoring NEW
envite .eposition and force the contest and is allowing each house activities of "Stretch" Murphy, improm
Cardinal team- into a tie for first to enter as many men as they wish Purdue's now famous center, the down ui
honors by, repeating their early with the minimum number of five Illinois quintet is placing a trust of ama
season win- Monday night in the men to a house. The first round in the advantage of the home Barbuti
field house. will take place Tuesday, March 5 court to achieve a victory over the pion, w
od VictorOverIllii the Int ral building Each Boilermakers. Purdue must win compet
ry er ii thesInt ramural2buildingI if it is to remain among the upper commit
The Buckeyes have turned in contestant gets 25 throws in the in the standingsoit
some exhibitions of both good and first round and 25 in the second the nshc ip
bad baktalsnetetl Ihru The Illini put an e'ectve. check he pro,
bad _bketall since the litwithround.on Murphy in the game at- La-_
the Wolverines when they finished mesters and should show to a fayette although the Boilermakers .
on tie short end of a .34-24 count. much better advantage tonight. won the game. Harper is. back'
They are credited with a victory On the other hand, the Bucks again in the Illinois lineup after
TO B willhave the advantage of play- a few days' illness and will start
_BOADAST GAME 1ing on their home floor and should the game at forward, along with
they have one of their "on nights" How. Harper is the man whose.
A play by play account of Irthe Wolverines will need-this im- long shot from beyond the center
the Michigan-Ohio State bas- proved form and perhaps more. of the court resulted in defeating
{ ketball game played at Colum- (1 Ohio Five Has Stars Michigan.
I bus tonight will be broadcast In Ervin and Evans, the Ohio Reil May Trouble Iowa
I over staton WEAO, the OhioI State team boasts a pair of crack N -.n
I State University station, be- shots and speedy floormen while Northwesterns i-and-ut quin-
J giing at 8:00 o'clock. ItelnVanpedfoen, whil to t will invade Iowa's new field
g no:c'kthe lanky Van Heyde's ability to house for a return game with the
over - Illinois at Champaign, and the tip-of ae i I Hawkeyes. The Purple nosed out
it .will - be Chaem pdtantan shooting have played important th-e Hawks, 28 to 27,- in the first
Iini wer e remembered that the parts in the success of the team. game between the two teams.
Ildiri were onthecrew that threw Fessler and Larkin have proved Captain Hal Gleichmann should1
coldwtMont aize and Blue themselves to be a couple of de- find able help from Reil at the
title hopes two nights later by pendable guards, and the former forward berths for the Wjldcats
thuping them in an overtime is feared because of his accuracy tonight. In the Indiana game, 521
tie, }ea4d -to drop them from in basket shooting. Reil sank five baskets and two
the 'be-d While Ervin was the -offensive Re hrnksfeb and tw-
L by their lanky pivot man, star of the team in its appearance free throws. He and Gleichman -
Stretch Murphy, the Boilermakers here with four field goals to his
joirn'yed to the Scarlet and Grey credit, Evans has been the high
stronghold and outclassed the scorer in the recent gaines with
$ucketes by a wide margin a Iowa and Purdue with Van Heyde
wide, margin a week ago tonight, and Fesler ratiking well up in the
But; the defeat apparently- had a scoring Column. -> ,
worth while effect because the The Wolves should go. into. the__
Ohio combination chalked up a game in much better shape than
one-si4ded win over the travel- was the case in the Iowa and s -
weary Iowa quintet on Monday Minnesota tilts. In the first place
n9igt to stay close on the heels they have had an opportunity to FIRST METHODIST FIR
of the i g Ten leaders. recuperate from the effects of the O
In tetot with the Ohio team ' strenuous two game series, and!CiURI
eari in the month the Wolver- Truskowski has had ample time to Cor. State and Washington Sts.
ine combination clearly showed recover from the ankle injury Arthur W. Stalker, D.D., Minister Howa
the bad effects of their three that has slowed him up so notice- ISantuel J. Harrison, Associate
week of inactivity between se- ably in the past two or three tilts. Minister and Student Director
10:30 a. m.-Morning Worship. 10:30-
Dr. William H. Phelps, Editor mo
of Michigan Christian Advo- "TI
IMPORTANT CHANGE IN TIME caTrte.12T
1 MThree Bible Classes for 12T
Effective Sunday, March 3rd t "dH' 2-S
6 p. m.-"Waste," Don Hals 1H-
topic for Wesleyan Guild De- -o
Train No. 52 (southbound) will leave Ann Arbor at votional Meeting. 5:30-
2-16 P. M. (CT) instead of 5:45 P. M 7:30 p. m.-"The Stewardship of all.
Life," Bageant, given by Young
Woman's Auxiliary. 6:30-
Train No. 53 (northbound) will leave, Ann Arbor at~~ ,~~ ~ ~ ~ ..-

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Captain 'Warren. will be ready to IN SAT N ANVL
go to' the mat in his regular posi-
tion in the 158 division, and should
be counted upon for sure points. Michigan's two-mile relay team,
The 168 pound match will be taken will entrain this afternoon for East'
Starhe squad sie the new scme Lansing where they will meet the
ter, who- in the opinion of Coach Spartan Varsity relay team in the
Keen, can always be relied upon to feature event of the Relay Carnival
give his opponent an - interesting to be held at Michigan State Col-
ten minutes. loge, tonight.
Either Parker or, Hager will op-1 For the past ten years, Coach
pose Scott in the 178 pound match.I Steve Fai'rell has been sending
Coach Keen feels that either of such a team to Lansing for this
these two men have more than an meet, and last year the team made
equal chance to defeat the star up of Lamont, Jessen, Grunow, and
of the Hoosier squad. Michigan's Goetz returned from the meet
othier Olymhpic, man, Ed George, .with, a new record, and with 're-
will rbe in condition to'wrestle in ports that it was the best team
the heavyweight match. George which Coach Farrell had ever sent.
was not in condition last week, With this mark to shoot at, this
and as a consequence, the Wolver- year's team of D'Anna, Lamont,
-ine mentor did not feel that he Meuller, and Benson will try to
could use him against Ohuio. beter the record which their pre-
Without the services of their star I decessors have set.
heavyweight, the Wolverines de-i While this team is performing
feated:- the Buckeyes by a score of at Lansing, Coach Farrell has
17-il, while Indiana turned back plans for time trials which will de-;
the same team with a 22-8 count. cide his team for the Western
According to these figures, the Conference Indoor meet which is
strength.of the two teams is even. scheduled -for next week at Iowa.

23 of the Purple's 28 points.
will thus be faced twith
sk of stopping these two
Three successive defeats
-rown the Ilawkeyes out of
e race, but fourth place or
for that position is their
ve now and a victory over
urple is vitally necessary.
n Wilcox and Twogood of
y'a team will conclude their
careers tonight.

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rnfirmed Report Cgrgirg ,oygmerCaism
Barbuti Suspended By A. A. U. Board

(By Associated Press)
YORK, March 1.-A bit of
aptu oratory has brought
pon Ray Barbuti the wrath,
teur athletic union officials.
i, Olympic 400-meter chain-
as . suspended from amateur
ition by the registration
tee of the metropolitan~ as-
n, A. A. U., yesterday until
oves or retracts published

statements, attributed to hfth,
-criticizing the union and its.
policies.
An interview with Barbuti, as
published, , charged among other,
things that the A. A. U. pays track
stars "average expenses of $200 to
$300" for appearing in meets, the
implication being that track and
field athletics were not so "ama-
teur" as they might be.

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