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SATURDAY, PRBR ARY H, i

THE MICHIGAN

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BATURT3AY, FBBRTJARY 16, i~2~ - SEVEN~

Boilermakers Meet Northwestern At Evanston

L ASTSIND E

PURADUE IS FAVORED

STARS TO RUN

Swimmers Meet

IN K. C. GAMES I

Toronto Tonight

Mickey Walker To Defend His Middleweight
Title Against Hudkins July 4 at Las Vegas

OVER WILDCAT RIVALS

Rut Walter May Play F
In Effor To Check M
Purdue Center

or Purple,
Murphy,

RECORD CROWD EXPECTED
Northwestern's Wildcats, flushed
from their recent win over a proud
Mchigan team and anxious to con-
tinue in their dope spilling ways
will endeavor to revenge an early
season defeat at the hands of Pur-
due in Patten gymnasium at Evan-
ston tonight.
The Purple cagers have perfect-
ly demonstrated the certainty of
Big Ten basketballs fortunes during
the current campaign, With a vet-
eran team returning from last year
and a promising pre-Conference
record, Coach Lonberg's men were
picked along with Purdue, to lead
in the quest for 'Big Ten hardwood
honors. However, the Wildcats got
off on the ,wrong foot in the Con-
ference race by dropping games to
Illinois, Michigan, and Purdue be-
fore finally winning over Ohio
State. 'Demonstrating a smooth
running attack the winning streak
wag run to four games by outscor-
ing Iowa, Notre Dame and Indiana
in rapid succession. Michigan's
hitherto undefeated squad was the
mnost recent victim of the fast
moving Purple five, by a 24-231
score.
Lonberg May Start Walter
Northwestern followers are trust-
ing that Coach Lonberg will be
able to throw out his full strength
in an effort to stem the Hoosier
tide this evening. Rut Walter, star
Purple pivot, is expected to see ac-
tion tonight for the first time since
the Iowa game when he suffered
a recurrence of an old leg injury.
Much depends on the ability of
the Wildcat defense in holding the
Boilermaker scoring t h r e a t,
"Stretch" Murphy, in subjection.
Murphy.is far out in front of
Strickland of Indiana, his nearest
rival, in the Big Ten individual
scoring competition.
Purdue To Use Veterans
.In all. probability the opening 1
whistle will see Cummins and
Hanson at forwards, Murphy atl
center, and Sc.hnaiter and Boots at
guard for Purdue while? Captain
Gleichmann and Mundy will go to
forward ppsts for the Purple, Berg-
heurn at center, and Marshall and
Schultz at guards. Walter will be
held in readiness.
Defeat for Purdue would leave
Michigan and Wisconsin in a two-
way tie for first_ place providing
they are successful in'their games
tonight against .Minnesota and In-
diana respectively. Michigan is ex-
pected to hand the Gophers their
seventh straight defeat.

(By' Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Feb. 15.-Two Inter-
national races, one at a mile and
the other at 5,000 meters, are on
the program for the annual Knights,
of Columbus games at Madison
Square Garden, March 16.
In the mile, Ray Conger, Phil Ed-
wards, Sam Martin' and Galen El-
liott already have entered and the
entry blank of Eino Purje, young
Finnish star, is expected soon.
Purje holds several decisions overI
Pavvo Nurmi at 1,500 meters, the1
metric equivalent of a mile.
Nurmi and Leo Lermond, Boston
A. A. distance ace, are entered in
the 5,000 meters and invitationsi
have been extended, as well, to
Edvin Wide of Sweden and Willie
Ritola, of Finland.
Frank Brennan, director of the
games has also announced that he
hopes to persuade Lloyd Hahn, for-
mer Boston A. A. flier, to recon-
sider his retirement and enter the
mile event. Hahn won this event
last year, from Conger and Peltzer.
Wolverines To Play
Gopher Five Tonight
(Contirued From Page Six)
to find themselves in for a tough
struggle.
Michigan, on the other hand, will
be handicapped by injuries for the
first time since the Conference sea-
son started. With big Joe Trus-
kowski troubled with an injured
foot and Danny Rose suffering!
from a charley horse, the Wolver- I
ines may be forced to rely upon
their untested reserve strength,
Lovell, Barley, Kanitz and Cush-
ing.
Coach George Veenker remain-
ed uncertain of his starting line-
up until the team departed last
night, saying that he would not
pick the starters until the squad
reached Minneapolis due to the un-
certain condition of his injuredl
stars. It seems likely, however,l
that he will save both Rose and
Truskowski if possible by inserting
his reserves when an opportunity
presents itself.

1 (Continued From Page Six) (B#' Asociated Press)
will also be a Michigan contestant LOS ANGELES, Feb. 15.-Mickey
in this event. Walker and Ault are Walker, world's middleweight chain-
listed in the 50-yard race with Gib- pion, will defend his title at Las
son and Griffin competing for the Vegas, Nev., on July 4, against Ace
Canadian. Ault will find himself Hudkins, Nebraska "Wildcat.".
among some of his former team- Announcement that Jack Kerns
mates of last summer, since he w s m b r f t C n i
was a member of the Canadian
Olympic tank team. a

had signed for the champion was
made here yesterday by Tom. Ken-
nedy, once a heavyweight fighter'
and now trying out the role of
promoter. Kennedy said he already
had an agreement with Hudkins to
fight for him on July 4.

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In the 100-yard free style, Walk-
er is again entered and with Sea-
ger will race against Gibson of
IToronto. A 220-yard event 'will re-
I place the usual 440-yard race and
Ault and Mertz will seek to add
more points to the Michigan total
in the contest, competing against
EMurray.
Mailey, Grimshaw, and Nimz,,
chosen by Coach Matt Mann -for
the diving contest will find them-
selves up against a member of the
Canadian Olympic team in Philips.,
The Canadian, with his team-mate}
Kenmarth, placed first and second.!
in the meet at Toronto.
The 200-yard breast stroke will
see Goldsmith and Brown in action.
for Michigan, the Canadian com-I
petitor being Aubin. For the 200-1
yard relay, Coach Mann will
choose a quartet from Walker, Wal-
aitis. Seager, Ault, and Reif, with
Hubbell, Goldsmith, and Reif listed
for the medley relay.!

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FRESHMAN WRESTLING
All freshmen who wish to join
the freshman wrestling squad
but have not yet done so, still
have time to prepare for the
two remaining meets. Fresh-
men interested should report
any day between 3 and 5:30
o'clock at Waterman gym.
Coach Russell Sauer.

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FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Cor. State and Washington Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, D.D., Minister
Samuel J. Harrison, Associate
Minister and Student Director
10:30 a. m.-Morning Worship.
Dr. Edmund D. Soper, Presi-
dent of Ohio Wesleyan Uni-
versity, speaker. Subject:
"Christianity Among the Re-
ligions of the World."
12 Noon-Three Bible classes for
student at Wesley Hall.
6 p. m.-Dr. Dennis V. Smith,
'12, from P e k i n g, China,
speaker. Subject: "Medical
Work in Peking."
7 p. m.--Open House with light
lunch.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Division Sts
Merle I. Anderson, Minister
Dale H. Moore, Associate
Mrs. Nellie D. Cadwell, Secretary
for Women
10-Studenit class. Dale 1. Moore,
teacher,
10:45- Morning Worship. Ser-
mon: "What Cod Requires."
5:30--Social hour for young peo-.
Plc.
c':30--Yong 1.eoplle's meeting.
Speaker, CharlesW: Melick,
Federal prohibition agent.
Topic, "Prohibih(iob, Present.
and Future.
HILLEI. FOUNDATION
61; E, University Dial 3179

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
On East Huron, below State
R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard R. Chapman, University
Pastor
10:30-Sermon, "The Breadth of
Jesus," Mr. Sayles.
12-Church Bible School.
12-Student Group at Guild
House. Mr. Chapman in
charge.
5:30-All young people welcomed
to an hour of social fellowship.
Refreshments.
6:30-Rev. Paul Alden of New
York City will speak. He won
a host of friends on a former
visit.

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave. between Packard
and Williams
Theodore R. Szhmale
9-Sunday school.
10-English service. Topic: "The
Cost of Discipleship."
11-German service. "Our Re-'
demption."
7-Youing People's discussion.

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FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
Corner State and William Sts.
Allison Ray Heaps, Minister
10:45-Morning Worship. "What
Does it Mean to Be Spiritual?"
9:30-Church school.
6:30-Discussion, to be led by
Mr. Shsich.
ST. ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Divisou and Catherine Sts.
Rev. Mr. Henry Lewis, Rector
Rev. Mr. T. L. Harris, Assistant
8:00-Holy Communion.
9:30-Holy Co munion in Ilar-
pis Hall Chapel.
9:30--The Church School.
11:00-Kindergarten.
11:00--Morning rayer and ser-
mon, Preacher, Henry LeWis.
:30-Student Supper.
7:30-Evening Service.
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ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. at Fifth Ave.
E. C. Stellhorn, Pastor
9 a. m.-Sunday School.

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 S. Division St.
10:30 a. m. - Regular Morning
service. Sermon topic, "Love.
11:45 a. m.-Sunday School fol-
lowing the morning service.

ST. PAUL'S LUTHER
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron Si
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
Res. 1005 W. Washington
Phone 22341
9 a. m.-German Service.

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