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cago once and are the only team
in the Big Ten that has succeeded.
ini twice turijning the trick at the
expense of' the formidable Purdue
and northwestern .quintets.
The largest . home crowd of "the;
season will witness the Badgers
and the. Wolverines in action to-
niight as all available seats in the
field house have been disposed of.
for the first time this year. In-
terest in the contest is running
high in Wisconsin and three pa-
pets have ordered direct wires
from the press box in the field
house to their home offices.
Wolves Have Beaten Badgers
In addition to the fact that a
victory over Michigan will assure
them of full claim to the Confer-
ence crown, the doughty 'Cardinal
cagemen Phave another incentive
for tripping the aspiring Wolves
tomorrow night; The Maize and
Blue outfit holds the distinction?
of being the only team in Con-
ference circles that has tripped
the Meanwell-coached ,outfit.
The most recent accomrplish-
mont of 'the Badgers was the hard-
earned 27-24 victory over Purdue
at' Mdisoh, which blighted the
championship hopes of Stretch
Murphy .and his mates. After trail-~
ing 13-8 at half time, the blg
Cardinal outfit struck its; stride'
due to the replacement of the
giant Kowalczyk by Carl Matthu-
sen, the single midget on thel
Wiscon sin Has Rest
Coach Meanlwell's crew w~ill eniter
tomorrow night's fray with the
advantage of almost a full week's
rest due to the. postponement' of
their game with Chicago. last
nightwhile the Wolverines have
had to face the tiresome return~
trip from Columbus after a 'harl
battle with the Buckeye s on their
The: little doctoir has molde d a
powerful cor i iatiop i from 1a
wealth of veter'an andi ophoriore
material this year. AttHie for=
wards he has- the experienced
Foster and Kowalcz3yak, oth of
whom tower above the six ffoot
mark,, while T enhopeni, another
lanky player, takes care of the.
pivot position, Ellerm ani, a fourthl
giant,' holdls down one gulardl
berth while Chmrielski, sensatinl
sophomore, has been his running
mate most if the season.
Foster andl Ten-hopen are re-
garded as the mios t; consistent of
the Ca din~l sharp-shooters, each
bagging four baskets in the Pur-
due encounter, but Kowalczyk,I
Chmellski, Ellernin and Miller
are always to be feared.
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NOTICE-Beautiful spring line or
Axminister and Wilton rugs.
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Vega banjo, excellent condition,
LOST--On campus, a bunch of
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to niake a better Man than himself--and almogi
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