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IN COURT VNYANK OUTFIELDER
ILLNOS OUR FVEWANTS MORE PAYSIHIPEAE
MAY CAUSETROUBLE WITH JUNIOR VARSITY
Sucket Quintet Is Always Hard Foe 3 "B" Quintet Victorious In Eight
On Home Floor; Maize And Blue Of Nine Games Proves Of
Combination Is Uncertainf Value To Varsity

Yearing Tank Team
Believed To Be One AST T LYT OSUDO OL[IETA.MNWL U
BestInHistory AMES WITH BA ERS IN SEVEN RACES AT DETROIT INDOOR MEET
Demonstrating strength in all IN_____ _____________________________
events, Coach Matt Mann's fresh--
man swimming team ranks as one Hockey Team To Meet Conferepe DODGER STAR IS Team Of Tarbill, Grodsky, Lomont,
of 4 the strongest yearling tank Leading Wisconsin Sextet AMONG HOLDOUTS And Austin To Compete In
squads ever develped at Michigan. Monday and Tuesday . Medley Relay Event

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_____Whie tne team is wel rounded in
RUBY MAY SHIFT LINEUP EN GAIN EXPERIENCE t strength it also boasts individual
MEN,.AI Ep IENstars who are already considered as
Probable Lineups ',-- potential varsity material.
Michigan Illinois With the close of the."B" basket- In the free style and breast
Orwig . . ........RF......... ..How ball schedule, Coach Courtright stroke events the first year men ap-
Truskowski or Harperor feels that the 1928-29 season has pear to be most powerful. At the
Kanitz......LF.........Drew been one of great success, not only present there are six free stylers on
Chapman..... C .:.. . ........May in the matter of games won and the squad who include Hapke,
Rose or G.,.. Dorn, Capt. r lost, but in fulfilling the ultimate Ladd, Valentine, Snyder, Mercer
Barley .;.....L purpose of the Junior Varsity. Mich- and Hubley and four breast strok-
McCoy, Capt.. . .R G ..........Mills igan won eight games against some ers, Miller, Staelin, Lange and
By Morris Quinn of the strongest competition in Wunch.
With only a single day's rest ' I(their class in this part of the Hapke Looks Good
after their tilt with Minnesota rcountry. The yearling free stylers in parti-
Saturday night at Minneapolis, the kAThe "B" team was instituted into cular have been pushing the varsity
Wolverine basketeers will invade the Big Ten schools mainly for two veterans for top honors in the in-
Champaign tomorrow night for a reasons: to give experience to men formal races and time trials. Al
returgmwho were not on the Varsity, but Hapke has stamped himself as the
Ruby's Illinois quintet. This con- Bob Meusel had possibilities and who would outsanding sprint man by his sterl-
test leaves only one out of town New York Yankee player who I develop into Varsity material with 'ing performances. Bob Ladd over
game on the Michigan cage cc.h Ihas not yet signed his 1929 con- play, and to give men who never the longer distances has shown
game on the Michigan cage card, would make the Varsity a chance form, which gives much promise
the encounter with Ohio State at tract. Combs and Paschal, out- to represent their school in inter- and the varsity swimming mentors
tou the Wolves managed to fielders, are also holdouts collegiate competition. are counting on him next year in
. Alktou ht heu Wolves man tor Ypsi Is Hard Foe the 440.
eke out a four point victory over To this end the' "B" mentor con- While the freestylers have been
ed before the. examination period stantly shifted his line-up, thus al- pressing the varsity men in the
on January 14 in the field house,MAS CAMPAIGN lowing all of his men to get actual breast stroke the yearlings have
tomorrow night's tilt should prove, Mgame experience. Rather than se- kept the veterans stepping to re-
even a more definite test of the -- lecting five men as his first team, tam their laurels. Miller has shown
prowess of Coach George Veenker's ! lihIley Returns From Coast Trip; and developing them into a smooth- the most speed so far in competi-
'Jlron Men." Expects To Start Spring . working machine, Coach Courtright tion but Staelin and Lange are not
Illinit Ar Threat Grid Drills Soon 1 played as many men as possible in far behind. Wunsch, who was[
The record of the Illini is rather - each game. The Varsity had first prominent in state high school
unimpressive as they have hovered (Special To The Daly) call on any men who were playing equatic circles is expected to round
around the .500 mark in the Con- EVANSTON, Ill., Feb. 16.-After on the "B" team, and often players into form with his work the secondI
ference standings all season, but two months spent on the Pacific who were depended upon to play semester and complete a quartet of
the Rubymen have earned the rep- coast, where he discussed football were taken on trips. This fact t breast strokers which Matt Mann
utation of being a hard combina- with many well known coaches and makes the performance of the Wol- can draw from i future years.
tion to beat on their home court authorities, Coach Hanley of North- verine Cubs in winning all but one Only One Backstroker!
and for this reason if for no other, western has returned to Evanston of their games all the more re- Only one back stroker, Valentine,'
Coach Veenker's respect for his to map his 1929 campaign. In their markable. is to be found at present on the
Orange and Blue clad opponents is Big Ten warfare next fall, the Wild- Ypsilanti Normal was the only yearling roster. However the'
Justified. cats will be called upon to meet squad to topple the Wolverines this freshman has proven his mettle by
Since the second semester began Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Ohio season, but later this defeat was matching speeds with Spindle,
the Illini have registered wins at State and Indiana. Norte Dame avenged when the Ypsi team was Hubbell, Warner and Boldt, the
the expense of Chicago and' Minne- will play at Dyche stadium in the beaten on their own court by a varsity backstroke artists over the
sota t hard fought games. Last season's finale, Nov. 23 one-point margin. City College of regulation distances.{
night they encountered Ohio State. AsheNovr.23Detroit, and Mt. Pleasant Normal, o- -o0
Although the Illinois quintet held As the first move inpreparing to each fell twice, and Toledo univer- FISHER ISSUES CALL FOR I
an 18-4 edge on the Gophers at the meet such a stiff schedule Hanley sity before the attack of Coach ALL DIAMOND CANDIDATESi
end of the first half of their re- plans to open spring football train- Courtright's men, and Calvin Col-
cent engagement at Minneapolis, ing the latter part of thehmonth. lege of Grand Rapids was downed All men wishing to try out for
the Northmen rallied in the closing The first workouts will ~e held in- Ionce. a !' baseball please report at 3:30 1
period :to force the invaders to doors and will iconsist primarily Awards Due Soona o'lock Monday afternoon at
the limit to win 34-32. !of light setting-up drills. If the Outstanding among the players: Yost field house for practice.
Drew May Start weather permits, the athletes will on the "B" team have been Lovell, Those who swere not on lastE
Coach Ruby is expected to rely j'take to the Dyche practice green Bah"eymuhing, band le ea sesuh mufre nt heit
on 'the same five men who per- early next fall. Barly, Cushing, and Whittle. year's squad must furnish their
ormdtheramefivemenhopihearlyeThese men have been the first Var- own equipment.i
formed here last month to check Freshmen Stars Lost sity substitutes during a greater Coach Ray Fisher.
with the single exception that Failure of several of the more (Continued on Page Seven) o- o
Drew, a newcomer, may replace j promising members of the classy{k-
Harper at forward. How, who made freshman squad to make their
eight field goals against the Ma- I grades last semester has caused
roons, will hold down the other i Purple athletic officials some re-
forward berth, with Hay perform- gret, but with the biggest squad
ing at center and Captain Dorn and of first year men in history coming
Mills teaming at the guards. up in the fall, their loss will not
The Wolverine lineup will remain be felt so keenly as in the past.
uncertain until game time due to Coach Hanley paid a lengthy visit
the injuries of Truskowski and to "Pop" Warner while on the coast. I
Rose. If Coach Veenker was not He vows that Stanford's football
forced to extend his ailing stars in wizard, whose system of play is be-
the Gopher engagement last night, ing used all over the country, willIr
they will undoubtedly both see ac- flash a brand new set of grid
(Continued on Page Seven) pyrotechnics next fal.gi

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MICHIGANHAS IMPROVED
After last night's battle with Mar-
quette, the strongest hockey team'
on the Wolverine schedule, the
Michigan puckmen will continue
their trip to Madison where they
will play a two-game series with
the brilliant Conference leading!
Badgers Monday and Tuesday.
In their first Big Ten tilt Wis-
consin rose to inspired heights to
split its series with the Gophers,!
last year's champions, who were ex-
pected to repeat again this season.-
This victory came in the form of
an upset of the dope inasmuch as
Wisconsin has bowed twice before
the flashy Marquette sextet while'
the Gophers had managed to splitj
their double header with the Mil-
waukee team.
New Men Help
The gloom overshadowing Michi- E
gan's chances in the two games
with Wisconsin was dispelled a
great deal by the showing of the'
Wolverines in their two matches
this semester in which a revamped!
lineup seemed to have added 50 per
cent to the offensive power of the
team.
Both Michigan and Wisconsin
fell before the, clever play of the
Marquette team by about the same'
margins. It seems quite likely, in
view of the improved playing of
the Wolverines, that the outcome
of the matches tomorrow and Tues-
day nights may depend upon the
respective aggressiveness of the two
sextets, and the Badgers played a
type of game discribed as "furious"
to win from the last year's cham-'
pions.
Frisch Is Star
Wisconsin boasts one of the mostl
spectacular goal tenders in the
country in collegiate circles, in
Frisch who stopped 36 shots from
the sticks of the Gophers. His'
work alone saved the scalps of the.
Wisconsin sextet during the final
period of their game when the
Gophers resorted to an offensive
game and drove shot after shot at
Frisch.
The forward wall of the Wiscon-
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NURMI, WIDE TO FEATURE
Inaugurating the indoor track
season, a squad of Wolverine run-
ners will compete in the Michigan
A. A. U. championships at the
Olympia, Detroit, next Wednesday
night. Coach Stephen A. Farrell
has entered a team of ten men to
compete, with the possibility of
two more contestants.
The Detroit meet, which is under
the auspices of the Cadillac Ath-
letic club, will feature the appear-
ance of Paavo Nurmi, the phantom
Finn, and Edvin Wide, the flying
Swedish schoolmaster. The races
in which these two international

stars will compete have not been
announced.
Entries In Seven Events
Michigan men will run in every
:.',:1' , r...X . .. one of the seven track events, but
there will be no Wolverine contest-
ants in the field events. Coach
Farrell has named a strong mile
? DAZZY and three-quarters medley 'relay
VANCE team that should make a strong
bid for first place. Tarbill, a for-
mer hurdler, will run the first leg
of 440 yards, Grodsky will sprint
the next 220 yards, Lomont will
carry the baton for a half mile
Brookyln speed ball artist who is while Austin will run the final leg
the most prominent of the holdouts of one mile.
that are troubling Wilbert Robin- Tolan and Murray, the fleet pair
son. of sophomores, will wear the Maize
and Blue in the 40-yard handicap
OFFICIALS LISTED sprint. The 2600 yard handicap
race will Tind Ted Wuerfel compet-
FOR MIAMI FIGHT ing for honors. Mueller is a pos-
sible entry in the 600 yard run.
S(B Associated Press) Austin Features Drill
MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Feb. 16.- In the 300 yard race Michigan
The Massachusetts boxing commis- will be represented by Grodsky and
sion today was considering a list Dale Seymour with Freese a possi-
of several referees from which the ble added starter. Benson, captain
members will choose the third man of last year's freshman team, has
ir the ring for the Sharkey-Stribl- been selected to compete in the 1000
ing heavyweight boxing match in yard run, while Jesson will seek a
Flamingo Park here February 27. place in the 3500 yard event.
The selection, however, must re- Yesterday's trial in the field
ceive the final approvals of man- house was featured in th showing
agers of the principals in the of Austin in the mile run. The
Miami Beach battle. This plan was Wolverine sophomore ran the dis '
suggested by Stribling at yester- tance in 4:28, finishing several
day's conference on a referee. The yards ahead of Wuerfel, Jesson and
selection must be made by February Benson, who trailed in that order.
20. (Continued on Page Seven)

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