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JARY 20, 1921

THE, I M -VC H I G A-N."' D A I L Y

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A Y 0 1 .-T-- -H T A -D A L P G

PLE TIE IN CON lRE
WISCONSIN TEAM C

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McGRAW LOOKS FOR CLOSE RACE
WITH GiANTS IN THEIR FWHTING

LIMBS INTO LEADERSHIP

Badgers May Rest Undisturbed On competitor for honors, ringing up i
Top Iung Until Gaines Next eight points.
iaturday Night Purdue kept in sight of first place I M
and insured itself of a tie for se-pe
1'0 IEET PURPLE AGAIN and withrMichigan by subdueing r a
:.E P PEA N Indiana, 30 to 16, on the LaFayette
tilt with North- court. Led by Cummins and Mur-e
safely past the ifuditself phy, the Boilermakers came back
western, Wisconsin found itself after the half to rout the Crimson.-
perched atop the pack in the race Murphy by adding 10 points to his
Sor %W.ern Conference basketball total, came close to the century
honos, battles over the Big Ten mark in scoring. He now has 98
rnt 'on Saturday and Monday points. Strickland, runner-up to
1a ing shattered the triple tie. Murphy for the individual honors.
Mishigan and Purdue, as a result, found the Purdue defense too tight
ireIn' a tie for second place. and spent another scoreless even-
The lanky Badger five abruptly ing. Purdue led at the half, 13 to
e kcluded the Northwestern win- 10.
ning streak of five games at Madi- Chief honors for piling up points
Ion last. Monday by turning back for the evening, however, belong
the Wildcats, 37 to 23. Carl Mat- to vanxeydi, tall Ohio State cen-
thusen and Captain Foster, of the ter, who hit the basket for17
-4eanwell quintet, were the prin- points. Three of his six goals cae
G iple cause for the Purple defeat in the Anal five minutes of the
tach scoring four field goals with game when the Buckeyes pulled
oster sinking three free throws, away from Chicago to win a dull
nue more than his team mate ac- and listless game, 35 to 31. The
'muiiulated. defeat was the ninth for the Ma-
d Purple Off Form roos who still boast a'ero inthe
Newspaper dispatches state that o_____________________r___-o
Northwestern was obviously oft BIG TEN STANDINGS
'orm, passing and shooting poorly.
leichmann, captain and star for-W. L.pt,1
-ard, was held to but four points, Wisconsin . 7 1 .875 1
the Prle offensive suffering as a MICHIGAN ......6 2 .750
)esult. :Mundy, guard, was the on- Purdue. .. . .... . . . 6 2 .750 1
*yWildc92t to score more than once IOwa ............5 3 .625 I
from the'field. A late Purple rally Ohio State.......5 3 .625
ilosed the big gap that Wisconsin I Northwestern .... 5 4 .555
- had attained, the Badgers leading I Illinois ..........5 4 .555
at the half, 19 to 8. I Indiana ...........2 7 .222J
The victory gave Wisconsin un-? Minnesota ....... .1 7 .125 1
disputed possession of first place I Chicago .......... 0 9 .000
ince the 'seventh place Illinois o*
uintet roused itself to hand Mich- win column. The Chicago five
agan a 27-to-24 upset in' an over- made a threat to win in the early
Uime game at Champaign. The part of the, second period, but VanI
,badger grasp on the top rung is Heyde was scoring too frequently.
Insecure, however, since Wisconsin Ohio State drew away to an 18-to-
must invade :Evanston next Satur- 14 lead!when the first half ended.
'day to play Northwestern again Standings underwent some juggl-
anid .may 'find a different 'Wildcat ing as a result of these tilts.
team to- combat. The Badgers have Michigan sank 'from a first place
aiso to reckon with Michigan in tie with Wisconsin to another tie -
the final game of the year. for second place with Purdue. The -
Gophers Furnish Upset other major shifts'were Illinois' rise'
Chief surprise of the evening to a tie with Northwestern and the
Scame from Minnesota's trouncing r'climb of Ohio State to a position
of Iowa, 37 to 22. The Gophers of equality with Iowa.
'took an early lead and held it
throughout a rough and tumble NEW YORK-Another of John
tilt, marked by 24 personal fouls. I McGraw's Giants is within the fold
Otterness, Minnesota captain, curb- for the approaching seasonwith
cd 4i the Michigan game, brokeh
1use 'to score 12 points, five field Ithe announcement that Jimmy
'als. and two free' throws.: Cap- 99 Welsh, star outfielder, has signed
u{ ahi Wlcox of Iowa, was his chief his contract.
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(og1 Associated Press)l strides, and not a few critics pr-
NEW YORK, Feb. ,19.-John Mc- dict they will lead the chase this
raw, about to start his twenty- season, even though the. Chicago
h Cubs are expected to start as favor-
rk yars aacwites for the first time since the
Giants, has no predictions to days of the peerless leader, Frank
sake about winning his eleventh Chance.
nnant but he looks for a "tight "The Cubs look good," McGraw
ce with the Giants in there." admits, calculating on the added
The Giants were "'in there" last tall-around strength furnished by
ason, faltering only in the last Rogers Hornsby.
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