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THE lMilCHIGAN DAILY

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FIVE

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CRIPPLED CAGE TEAM ?UCKMEN TO MEET VCAPTAINS MAT SQUAD ENDULEADS SWIM TEAM
TO MEET MINNESOTA MAROQETTE TODAY MWRESTLERS TO MET WILMEET ILLINI
Improved Wolverine Sextet Out To C}cerEWreRSnesu in19
Avenge Earlier Defeat By ':." ,___Ra c h etrnCneec
Marquette Championship
LOWLY GOPHERS EXPECTED T( SIX VETERANS TO OPPOSE
GIVE TROUBL ON TRIPS INCLUDE FIVE TILTS WOLMVERNES AT ATCH IS AT CHAMPAIGN
HIOML COURT ___LAFAYETTE
Considerably strengthened by - t Seven men representing the
INJURIES HINDER VARSITY the addition of three veterans to. DOUGAVITO TO COMPETE University of Michigan will meet
the lineup, the Wolverine puck- the Illinois fencing team tonight
Probable Lineups men arrived in Milwaukee today Purdue's experienced wrestling ap
Michigan Minnesotk for a short session on the ice be- team will provide an obstacle that at Champaign. These men, ap-
Orwig ... . RF Capt. Otterness fore engaging the powerful sextet Michigan's grapplers r:mut sur- tam Lazar, Stolpman, Shutz, Wig-
Truskowski, or from Marquette this evening. mount tonight when the two gers, Winer, Hammer, and Gordon
Kanitz . .. LF ....... Clifford After this match the Michigan squads meet at Lafayette. The will open their Big Ten campaignr
Chapman ...... C .... ... Williams team will travel to Madison and Wolverines are now tied with In- against one of the strongest
Rose, or Minneapolis for a two game series diana for the leadership of the squads in the Conference thist
Barley .......LG......Engezan with the Badgers and the Gophers eastern division of the Big Ten. year.r
,McCoy, Capt... . RG.........Hovde next week. Six of the eight men who will Y.. Last season the Illini were run-t
By Morris Quinn The Wolverines are out to oppose Coach Keen's entries on the.' ersup to Chicago for the title,
Intent on holding their presen: avenge the blood drawn by the mat are veteran competitors.Ck n and appear to have a stronger
position at the top of the Confer- Marquette and Minnesota squads Michigan will also present a sea- . . team this season than last, having
ence standings and hopeful thai earlier in the season on the Coli- soned lineup, as all the men have Varsity captain and former Big already accounted for victories
orthwestern will turn the tables seum rink. The Lowreymen are ---. wrestled in competition. Coach Ten backstroke titleholder, who over last year's champions and
on the Boilermakers, Coach George basing most of their hopes on the . Keen took a squad of 10 men to will lead this year's team in its Ohio State.j
Veenker's crippled Wolverine quin. return of Nygard, Mason, and Shea - Lafayette, including four lettermen However Coach Johnston's men
adtoatrae.quest for Michigan's fourth conse-haebnwokghrdndav
tet will play the first contest of a to the squad plus the newly found and two alternates.nfehhi have been working hard and have
two game series on foreign courts ability to function as a smooth Captain Bob Warren Boilermakers have .500 Average cutive Conference championshp. become shifty and fast since they,
tonight when they meet Minnesota running scoring machine. Veteran wrestler, who has been The Boilermakers have split even started practice about a month
in the big Gopher house at Minne- The passing and balanced team undefeated in two years of dual in two meets so far this season. FISHER ORDERS HARD ago. Captain Lazar, Wiggers Stolp-t
apolls. work of the Michigan players in meet 'competition: Captain War- The strong Indiana aggregationr DAILY PRACTICE FOR man, Winer, and Hammer are
Although the Gophers repose at the last two games against Michi- ren will meet Walsmith, Purdue vanquished Purdue, 17-11, but the I veterans from last year's team;
the foot of the standings column gan State and Beck Collegiate) 155-pounder, in the Varsity's third Boilermakers came back to defeat YEARLIN CAGE TEAM while the two new men, Shutz and I
just one notch above the luck- showed a marked improvement Big Ten meet of the year tonight. Ohio State last week, 19-10. Michi- Gordon have shown considerable
less Maroons, with no victories to over the ragged play during the! gan has victories over Chicago and Strong Freshman Basketball Squad I ability in practice, but have yet to
their credit in the five games play- first half of the season. A smooth-ivsTaEity Northwestern to its credit.p
ed with Big Ten opponents, nearly er attack and the development of BATTERY CANDIDATES Weinraub, a veteran, will meet jiveSVrimmages ' tition.d
all of the home tilts have been a goalie in Grace who can cut theI CONTINUE WORKOUTS Rubin of the Wolverines in the 115- As a whole the Wolverine squad
closely contested and the North- scoring ability of Michigan's for-! pound class. Hewitt, one of Michi- appears to have a slight edge on
men have established a reputation mer conquerers in half should en- IN YOST FIELD HOUSE gan's Olympic stars, is not expected With the close of the freshman pers o ve a sligedge oa
as a combination to be greatly fear- able the Lowrey-coached sextet to o experience much difficulty in basketball season only a week their opponents in experience, al-d
abehLwrycocedsettioto xeinemc ifclyi though the two Conference
eonterhm cor.imake a much better showing Pitchers Show Well In Early Work; disposing of Malickci at 125 pounds. away, Coach Ray Fisher is sendings
ed on their hme court. Record a st the formidableerMarq e ttng Practice To Strt The 135pound i visio n wlfnd his proteges through hard pro- matches which the Illini have par-g
Thus far the McMillan-coached aMinnesota, and Wisconsin teams, Monday !Elliott opposing Tweddell of the grams of scrimmage with the Var- gaedth ienae Lure
outfit has dropped a pair of games TvBoilermakers. The season's high sity each time that the yearlingsive the-nide Lazed, -
to both Indiana and Illinois and combinatio should cause the Although Coach Ray Fisher of point man on each squad will meet get together at the Field house. dtofpman, and Shtz are scae-
have been humbled once by the Gophers considerable trouble due the Wolverine baseball team has in the 145-pound "class. Kelly of This unusual number of scrim- mer and Gordon with the swords;i
Northwestern Wildcats. In the tothe ctnthahe ton of d ot put his me tog a Michigan is leading his team in mage sessions has been called in rh
eotefcttaaheadtono ointhsme hoghay and Wiggers and Winer with the
games played so far in Minneapolis Nygart gives them a dangerous strenuous work outs as yethe feels points, while Robinson has out- order that the first year men canngper h
the Gophers have displayed sur- I-an'asset that wassa a the bwtrk menas nwreport- scored all his teammates in meets get more accustomed to competi pee.g-
prising scoring ability with George Ing in the series played here last ing are in execellent condition for Hooker To Meet Dougavito tion which they will get when on
Otterness, their lanky captain and month this time in the season. As a Capt. Bob Warren will face an- the varsity squad.
forward, performing in the role of While the Gopher strength is of whole the men seem to be throw- other veteran grappler in Wal- The freshmen in the Conference
high scorert a known li the Northe ing with much more ease than the smith, who is Purdue's entry in the are allowed no outside games, and
The failure to perfect anything having whipped the Wolves in a squad did at this time last year. 155-pound division. A good match this provision makes these tangles
in the way of a formidable defense 1 ng hpdh WI So confident is the Michigan is in prospect in the 165-pound with the Varsity all the more val-
is cited as the chief reason for the two game series in the coliseum, mentor in the control of his men class when Captain Hooker opposes uable as conditioners. The Year-1
Gophers' failure to climb higher in the Badgers power is of a less cer- that he has ordcred that the re- Dougavito, whose return to eligi- ling team this year is If such
thtBgTewtnigs oss ina variety. They have played a thth a1ree1ha h e igta ti eri fsc
the Big Ten standvnge scesing two gamerie s wih Maquette maining members of the squad re- bility has strengthened the Michi- caliber that the practices are also
more than the average sring two games series with Marquette port for batting practice Monday gan sqtuad. Hooker has defeated useful to the Varsity in preparing
power, they have as yet been un- dropping both contests by con- At this time last year the pitchers Scott of Indiana, who was an al- them for the remaining games on
able to perfect a strong defensive siderable margins and the Wolver- fe them.a s ternate on the Olympic team. This n- sh
cobiaio.insar oneedachne fwere not yet ready to have batterstrneonheOypcea.Ts their schedule.
combination. mnes are conceded a chance of 1aete is his third year of Varsity com-
Sek mot Psin ttck eaig into the win column in1 With MAfeec and Asbeck fromI petition. Teog eensmsra--
Another factor that has ham- the gamesnto be played at Madi- I last year's Conferencechampions pCoach Keen has choen Hager as off has affected the Freshmen in E3 T
pored the success of the team has son. again on his pitching staff, Coach the Wolverine representative in that they are not shootig with
been a failure to hit upon a Fisher will have little to worry the 175-pound division. He will be the same accuracy that they did
smooth-working combination and Bad eF T Met about the firing line. However, opposed to Stickle of Purdue. The before examinations. This fault
practically every game has wit- ger e o ee there are several other men on th heavyweight bout should prove an can only be corrected by practice,
nesseda different team on the floor Indiana Team Tong present squad who show promise. easy victory for Ed George, another and already Coach Fisher's men'
and frequent changes repeatedly Although only two paces are Olympic man. He will face Ed- have been showing signs of re-
are made in the starting lineup. (Special2To The Daily> i left open for Coach Fisher to fill ward, an inexperienced wrestler. turn to their accustomed stride
maeith trig iep SeilDal)Ilf ____________in basket shooting.
Captain Otterness and Freddy, BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Feb. 15.- this season, the nien who have k
Hovde, star floor guard, are the Indianat basketba steped out furnished h of he ij nterfraternity Volleyball
can be labeled regular performers. alae nterc o h ef through the last campaign. TheseI With 48 teams entered in the in- '.'- a. .IsĀ£ I.L J .. V L.JL
Some idea of the threat that the eI Conference basketball cham- men, Lange and Oosterbaan were terfraternity volleyball competition
Gopher combination holds for the' r ofrnebsebl hm
Conference leaders can be gleaned pionship here Saturday night when credited as being the two best bat- play will commence shortly accord-it..t y
fr e er an e l the Crimson five meets Wisconsin's ters on the team, and although ing to the intramural authorities. a
from the performance in the Illi- th' rmj iemet icni' Coach Fisher hopes that some of Twelve leagues will be formed, the; osgm tMnepls ttegatSneMcia a e c#s
nois game at Minneapolis. At the ,giants. Since Michigan was de- Coh Fiherhope thatdeome ohfi Twneve leagule fometheg
half they trailed the Indians 18-4 feated by Northwestern Monday I the s will dlop, innersin each league competing
but after the interim they came night, Purdue, Wisconsin, and places will be hard to fill, in an elimination tourney.ti.-
back in impressive fashion to count Michigan now share the lead in the
28 poInts and force the Rubymen'Big Ten standing, each having won']jS-;
to extend themselves to win 34-32. five games and lost one. TAILORED AT FASHION PARCS
If Otterness is "right" and the Coach Everett S. Dean's outfit
Northerners are able to catch the has been pointing to the tilt with
Wolverine combination when it is j the Badgers in expectance of aveng-
not at its best the Wolves are apt ing the four-point margin defeatl...<.
(Continued on Page Seven) handed them by the Badgers.

TORONTO Y :m C A
SWIM TEAM TO MEET
CANADIAN CHAMPIONS SEEK
TO AVENGERECENT
DEFEAT
MICHIGAN LINEUP NAMED
With a previous defeat to avenge,
the Toronto Y. M. C. A. swimming
team will oppose Matt Mann's tank
squad at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the
new Intramural pool. The visitor,
champions of Canada, have already
bowed once before the Michigan
attack and will be seeking to even
the count.
The meet, made attractive by its
international nature, will be the
second home meet for the Wolver-
ines, the pool having been dedicat-
ed with the Indiana clash of two
weeks ago. Student coupon books
will not be honored for admission
to the new pool, the admission
price being fifty cents.
- Invaders Have Stars
In the previous meet at Toronto,
the Michigan natators were in
great form and smashed a number
of the Canadian marks. The visit-
ors, however, boast a number of
fine individual performers and
should provide considerable com-
petition.
Coach Matt Mann has announced
the Michigan lineup for tonight
after a week in which he has been
driving the entire Maize ana Blue
squad at top pitch. 'The Michi-
gan coach is looking ahead to fu-
ture conference meets and is giv-
ng every man plenty of work.
Captain Dick Spindle. will lead
the team and contest for honors
n the 100-yard backstroke against
Griffin, the Toronto entry. Hubbell
(Continued on Page Seven)
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