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Coach Veenker Takes Nine Men
On Trip For Use 'Against
Gophers And Illini
Somewhat crippled but with
chances of vaulting. back info
first place in the Big Ten should
Northwestern's winning streak
continue, the Michigan basketball
team Heaves Ann Arbor at 2:23
o'clock this afternoon for Minne-
apolis, where they wil clash with
Minnesota Saturday night.
The nine Wolverines headed by
Coach George Veenker face a
somewhat exhaustive trip since
they must also stop off at Chan-
paign on the return joun'-iy to
compete against Coach Crai ;
Ruby's Illni court squad. With
both Rose and Truskowski crip-




nior Varsity To Meet Tartars In Final Game Tonight

s ¢ = j1 Detroit Quintet Handicapped By
Loss Of Veterans Due To

Basketball .
Saturday-Minnesota at Min-
"B" BasketballI
Friday-Detroit City college,



Saturday-Toronto Y. M. C.
A., here. Water Polo-Detroit
Yacht club, here.
Saturday-Purdue at Lafay-


With four places on his team as
yet undecided, Coach Cliff Keen
of the Wolverine mat squad held
a series of elimination bouts last
night to determine who will be
taken on the trip to Lafayette
when the team leaves at 9:09
o'clock tonight.
These bouts were of the regula-
tion ten-minute length, and the
new Conference rules governed
the wrestling. In the 115-pound
class Ruben was to meet McGil-
liard for the opportunity of mak-
ing the trip to Purdue. McGilliard
wrestled in the last meet against
Northwestern, but Ruben was
holding the position during the
earlier part of the season and has
been showing much improvement
of late.
Hlager Opposes Parker

Leave Tonight To Meet Marquette,
Wisconsin, and Minnesota
# On Annual Tour
Michigan's Varsity hockey team.
will leave tonight on its annual
trip with five away-from-home
contests scheduled to occupy the
Wolverines during the next week.
The pucksters . will meet Marquette
tomorrow and engage in two,
'game series with Wisconsin and
Greatly strengthened by the re-
turn through eligibility of three
veterans, the Michigan sextet will
have a good chance to gain re-
venge by upsetting the Mar-

Detroit City College will be the Fencing
0 last foe on the Juni Varsity Saturday-Illinois at Urbana.
basketball schedule, the art .rs i Hockey
- forming the opposition for Coach Saturday-Marquette at Mil-
Courtright's squad tonign in Yost waukee.
field house. The game will start 1 .-of
at 7:30 o'clock and student coUpon!
books will be.honored.
The clash will bring to an endI F[NC[RS MAKE TIP
a successful year on the court .for
the Michigan Cubs. Out of nine.
games played so far, victories
Micign tae Nrml ow TO ILLINOIS;* CH'ICAGO t
have been annexed in all but one,
Michigan State ormal downing --M T

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pled, the starting lineup against Michigan's new natatorium, one titles of National Collegiate and the Junior Varsity for the one Seven Men Make Trip'To Illinois Elliot, who ust became eligible, tions w
the Gophers is uncertain though of the finest in the country, where Big Ten champions. upset. - And Chicago For Opening went to the m i aie inithe ines eaw
it is probable that the "iron man"fthe Wolverine swimmers practice The pool has seating accommo- Schecter Ineligible Conference Matches 35-pound divsion Elliot won hs ins nto
combination will start the tilt. daily in preparing to defend their dations for 2,000 spectators at dual Detroit city college will be badly letter last year. Kelly, wh his g
Barley Replaces Whittle cmeets. crippled for the encounter to- LAZAR CAPTAINS SQUAD high-point man on the Wolverine The s
Big Joe Truskowski came out ofj Formal dedication of the pool night. Kaufman, a guard, and QIsquad this year, was opposed for Til
the Purple game last Monday with took place on Feb. 2, when the Schecter, a forward, both veteran g g uthe position of defender of the will c
eb. 2,YILLwhLen the ' ichpise n'so f c in g L ad S oman - poud wih y tcy Bn.ant, Ha
a bruised bone in his foot and he Michigan swimmers celebrated the players, have been declared i M prised of Captain Lazar Stolpman,145-pound weight by stocky Benz.an,
has not been engaging in any occasion by defeating Indiana eligible and their loss cannot help Shutz Wiggers, Winer, Hammer, Kelly is a little the better wrest- Mason,c
hard workouts this week. Rose is AT49-22. The tank measures 75 by but weaken the team. Schecter and Gordon, will leave today for Iler, but his rival is always capable land
adalso limping around with a "char-yU~I 1~'I~l II! was an important cog in the! o land, fC
ley horse," although he has been; 0 HILL 1 35 feet, and is large enough tOiwartan off n t scoin h Champaign where they are to open of giving him a good fight. , Two
ale tors, patp ihe hscri- _ntake care of seven competitors in Tartar offensive, scoring sve ithe Big Ten schedule against the The only remaining undecided
able to participate in the scrim-, a single race. points i the previous tiltwith strong Illinois team Saturday. position, in the 175-pound class, Mason
mages. The loss of these two Ohio State, Chicago, Northwestern a--ng----- the Junior Varsity before the ex- Coming close on the heels of this lies between Parker and Hager. forward
men, if they prove unable to en- And Badger Track. Squads To aination period. The Woiverins match is the Michigan-Chicago Both of these men are fine wrest- against
ter the lineup against Minnesota, Compete At Madison VARSITY TO PLA Y won then, 36 to 21. tilt next Monday at Chicago. lers. Hager has been representing ,
will weaken the Wolverine quintet. WA T PO1O TiL T The absence of these men will i The two matches carded for this the Maize and Blue in the heavy- while
Captain McCoy, Orwig, Chap- WAUEREPE ' TEAO AT)lLTIleave only a skeleton lineup of trip will probably be the hardest weight division until Ed George ing
man, Rose, and Truskowski make I E 'TEAM FAVORED'IIveterans and just what the City ones on the Wolverine schedule 11became eligible, but can make the The
up the five regulars making the Swimming fans will be given an college quintet wil look like to- this season. Chicago won the Con- ;175 pound weight with ease. e
trip while Coach Veenker has se-: (Special To The Daily) opportunity to see some high class night is very uncertain. lTerence championship last year Veterans To Wrestle irans
lected Barley, Lovell, Cushing and MADISON, Feb. 14. The annex water polo when the Michigan and Three Men With Var.ity while Illinois was runner-up, al- ine atI
Kknitz for the reserves. This is to the old Wisconsin armory gym. pgna The other positions an the team ling i
almost the same squad that went heretofore dedicated to nothin Detroit Yacht club teams clash to- Coach Courtright will aso place though the Illini appearto be the which will. journey to Lafayette throug
amsthsaesudtawethrtfr deiae tontig 1 oro a new team on the court as well strongest so far this season with arI esndvtrn woeai-;sna
to Northwestern with the excep- more impressive than a dual track morrow night in the Intramural since three of the men used two victories, one over Chicago and are seasoned veterans whose abil- son a
tion of Barley who has replaced meet, will be the scene of the most building pool. The game will fol- the other game will be well on the one over Ohio State, to their credit. Big Ten, and in two cases inter- so
Whittle. important event of the early low the dual meet between the way towards Minneapolis by game Meets Former Teammates nationally. Both Bud Hewitt in ework.
Take Long Workout Western Conference indoor track Wolverines and the Toronto 'Y';time. Whittle and Downing at Captain Lazar will lead his team the 125 and Ed George in the Grace,
The Varsity took an extended season Saturday afternoon when tankmen. forwards, Dougall at center, and against two former high school heavyweight classes were on the hold d(
workout yesterday afternoon Ohio S-tate, Chicago, Northwestern hThe Yacht club team at present Lytle and either Balsamo or teammates, who are now captains United States Olympic team as scoring
against the freshman five. The and the Badgers will compete in holds the Michigan A. A. U. water Weinstein at the guards is the of Conference teams, on this trip. regulars, and both men went to Excep
yearlings did not prove to be a the sixth annual quadrangular polo championship. Veterans of probable starting combination for Both Captain Pareira and Captain the finals of the international Nygord
too easy foe and the Varsity meet, several years experience compose the Michigan Junior Varsity. Friedman, of Chicago and Illinois competition. the st
could not score with much con- Maroons Are Strong the Detroit squad which will play Barley, Lovell, and Cushing, who respectively, fenced on the same Captain Bob Warren will be in made f
sisencyghpalnthogh pilin syup Ohio State and Chicago have the Maize and Blue. The Yacht were in the lineup at Detroit will Chicagoo high school team to win his usual place in the 158-pound Milwau
enough points to score an easy I been picked to fight it out for first club will probably line up with not be available for Coach Court- the. city championship. Carrying class while the last position -on Hart w
victory. The weakness on short l honors by Coach Jones. Ohio is Oxley, Nestor, forwards; Nevins, right since they are forming te! the coincident still further, a the team, the 168-pound represen- and G
shots is still clinging to the Wol-, given a slight edge because of the Aaronshields, and Shaw, backs; reserves for the varsity. Barley fourth member of that high school tative, will be Dougavito. Both of will m
venes and was evident in themgability of Simpson and Kriss in and McClellan, goal. was almost the entire Michigan squad is Captain Zettleman, leader these men are sterling wrestlers After
Tc e, y sythe dashes and Rockaway in the Michigan will also depend upon offensive in the initial clash with of the Northwestern fencers this and may be looked upon as almost kee, th
The Varsity started slowly hurdles. Simpson had no trouble a veteran aggregation, using prac- the Tartars, scoring 15 points. Continued on Page Seven) sure point winners. I (Coi
against the first year lineup but in winning all of the short events j tically the same men who con- -
soon gained speed on the offen- at the Conference games last sea- quered Indiana, 7-0. The Wolver-
sive. Orwig and Kanitz were at son. -+ines are undoubtedly faster swim-
forwards, Chapman at center, and The Maroon squad has triumph- mers than their opponents, but
McCoy and Cushing at guards. ed over Purdue and Minnesota so relies upon teamwork rather than
This combination played through far this year. Some of the out- replies upon teamwork rather than
an entire half and piled up a com- standing athletes on the Chicago individual brilliance.
fortable lead. squad are Williams and Letts, in The players who will start O
Before the afternoon's practice the distance races; Root in the against the Yacht club are Walker,
was over, Coach Veenker had dashes, Frey, high jump, and Walaitis, and Watson forwards;
thrust in al ofe ndD histak Weaver, the giant football tackle, Spindle, Hubbell, and Mertz, backs
well wn ho trpaedforashottiea in the shot put. and Warner, goal. Other swim-?
ell, who played for a shttim e Northwestern is expected to mers likely to see servicerare Mc-C O N TIN
at forward. The lineup presented bring a well balanced outfit to Donald, Reif, Ault, Hosmer, Gold-
a rather patched up appearanceMadison headed by Warne. smith, and McCaffree
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and Minnesota aggrega-
'hich defeated the Wolver-
rlier in the season, accordc-
Coach Lowrey.
Eleven Make Trip .
quad of 11 making the trip
rsist of Grace, goal; Bry-
rt, and Shea, defense men;
Maney, Joseph, Abbott,
lerer, Nygord, and Cope-
of the three new men,
and Nygord, will be seen at
i in the starting lineup
the strong Marquette sex-
cording to Coach Lowrey,
Shea will probably play
part of the game.
[ason, Nygord Return
addition of these two vet-
should bolster the Wolver-
ack, which has been lack-
n goal scoring punch
pout the season. Both Ma-
nd Nygord are accurate
and well versed in team-
Coach Lowrey also expects
eat improvement shown by
the Wolverine goalie, to
own the opposing forwards'
)t for the insertion of
and Mason, no -changes in
arting personnel will be
for the Marquette game at
kee tomorrow, Bryant and
-ill be at the defense posts,
race at goal, while Maney.
ake the third forward,
a day's layover in Milwau-,
e team will meet the Bad-
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at forwards and Lovell and Barley
at the guard berths.
Coach Veenker, following the
session, said that he could not be
certain just whom he would use
against Minnesota until it became
assured that the crippled Trus-
kowski and Rose would not be able
to perform. He expects to select
the five when the squad reaches
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