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SWIMMING TEAMS ARE STILL
UNDEFEATED IN DUAL MEET R ACE I
Nortwestrn, ~llu~i~str'oker in . Stevenson. Purdue's best AU
Iowa Survive' First point winner is Nickerson in the 50
Half of Season and 100 yard free style.
Gophers Have Marsh, Nappa
Marsh, Minnesota back stroker, Univers
he Conference dual meet showed his speed when he defeated tet
g season more than half Spindle and Hubbell, Michigan m
a, four teams have Ar- aces. Nappa in the diving is a
competition with clean consistent performer for the Goph-
Uichigan, ,-.Northwestern, ers. Indiana's only threat is Cap- CUMM
3 T1ia ~ b~n n' 1ir

ity High Basketball Quin-
Enters District Tourna-
ent; After State Title
IINGS AND DALE STAR

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WRESTLEgRS WIN EAIY OVR HI
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Orwig. ....RF.Capt. Otternes
Truskowski or Hovde or
.anitL........F.......Scheif
Chapman.....C........Nelson
RoseT.......... .. Tanner
McCoy, CAPt..R .. Engednreton

I "iwn1ois are all .inciude
ndefeated class. '
e basis of comparative
Wolverines and Wildcats
be vastly superior to the
Ten tank squads. Both
.ms are composed large-
eterans, and each has
ng performers in every
her Teams Weaker

By Morris Quinn
Following close on the heels of
the Hawkdeye basketeers the Min-
nesota quintet will invade the en-
.virons of the field house at 7:30
tpimorrow night" for a return tilt
with Coach George Veenker's Wol-
vexines. While the Wolves were
entertaining the Hawks last night,
the Gophers invaded the strong-
hold of the Maroons for the first
game of a home and home series.
Boasting one of the best hand-
ling clubs in the Big Ten this sea-
son, the Northmen have been handi-
capped by their failure to perfectf
a defense that can compare in any
dpgree to their .formidable offenseI
of -which their lanky captain and
forward, George Otterness is the
.vain cog.
Gophers Start Slowly
Until Monday night the Gophers
had failed to register a single Con-
ference victory in six starts al-'
though they had.established a rep-
utation for themselves as a den-
,gerous foe to the Big Ten leaders
on their home court in the big
.Minnesota field house.
Among the reverses on Monday
night's schedule which included
the toppling of the Wolverines
from the top p.osition by the I-.
lini at Ohampaign, was the 36-25{
licking that the Minnesota five
handed the travel-wearied Hawk-
eye combination to practically put,
them out .of the running for the
title.
Show Well Agains Varsity
After a slow start which was
:marked by rather disheartening!
losses by very narrow margins to
Indiana and Illinois, the Gopher
cagemen have apparently found
themselves, a fact proved by their
showing against Michigan a week
iago Saturday night and by their
(Continued on Page Seven)

All the other teams possess in-
dividual p.erformers, but none of
them have the all-around strength
demonstrated by the Wolverine:
and Purple natators. Illinois has
scored its three victories over Pur-
due, Chicago and -Indiana, while
Iowa has defeated Wisconsin and
Minnesota.
Neither Michigan nor Northwest-
ern have been extended by Con-
ference teams, the Wolverines win-
ning from Indiana and Minnesota
by large margins, while the Pur-
ple submerged Purdue. Both teams
are pointing for the crucial meet
scheduled for March 8, when Wild-
cat will meet Wolverine.
Other swimmers who will make
things interesting for the Michi-
gan and Purple contenders in :the
Big Ten championships include
Groh, veteran diver, and Holbrook
in the breast stroke, both of Illi-
nois. Chicago boasts a fast sprin-
ter in Oker and a capable1 back.

tain Winston in the sprints. Wis-
consin is depending upon a vet- University High school's basket-'
eran pair of divers, Hattleberg and ball team, under the able leader-
Cuisinler. ship of Coach Fred East, has
Iowa has a fairly well-balanced succeeded in making a record for
team, with Liddle, sophomore free itself which even surpasses then
styler, as the main cog. This youth mark it made last year when it
has managed to capture three won 16 out of 18 games and ad-i
races in every dual meet this sea- vanced to the semi-finals of the;
son. Lowell, in the back stroke, state tournament.. At that time it
and Bender, in the diving, have was beaten by St. Michaels High
also shown ability. However, the of Flint, the team which eventual-
test of individual prowess will ly went on to win the state title.
come March 15 and 16, when the This year the University High team;
Big Ten championships wll be held has won 12 straight, completing' 9
in .the University of Chicago pool. their regular schedule without the.
loss of a single game.
The scoring dope to date showsz
that they have scored 365 points,
193, making an average score per
game of approximately 30.5 points Edwin. Elliott
MIHB iL to 16, truly a remarkable showing.
Among the teams they have de-
--- feated are Ferndale, a class A team, PNI
Tentative Plans Made For Forming Fowlerville and Dearborn, both
hlawkeye Team Of Summer class B aggregations. In that Uni-
4 Session Students versity High is a class C school,
this achievement is worthy of S
(Special To The Daily) much commendation. itARE ,iU U01 L,[
IQWA CI~TYV Ih Feb 24 -B thc To Play In District Tourney

In four bouts against Ohio State
on Friday night, Coach Keen's
wrestlers concusively demonstrat-
ed their superiority, winning each
by a time advantage of eight min-
utes or more. The Wolverines were
less impressive in the other four
bouts. Barker winning his match
by two falls, but the other three
competitors losing on decisions.
Michigan's weakness was appar-
ent again in the 115 pound class,
when the Buckeye veteran, Gush-
man, obtained a five minute ad-
vantage over McGillard. Inex-
perience proved Benz' downfall in
the 165 pound division. $ubstitut-
ing for the injured IKelly, Benz lost
to Hall by a 6~:18 -advantage,
With victory f assured before the
last heavyweight bout, Coach Keen
gave :Hager a chance instead of
using thedveteran, Ed George. Fair-
*all proved too much for. the Wol-
verine, however, obtaining a five
minute advantage. Ray Parker
threw Conn of the Buckeye twice
when neither had the advantage
after two minutes had elapsed.
Bud Hewitt, -Red Elliott, Carl
Dougavito and Capt. .Bob Warren
were . the Michigan representatives
who scored overwhelming victories
over their Ohio State opponents.
Elliott gave a good account of him-
self in the .bout ..with Forteza,
conclusively outmaneuvering the
Buckeye to.gain -an=8:43,advantage.

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maintenance of a summer session
baseball team, the University of
Iowa will carry its athletic season
over into June and July, if the tenta-
tive plans' of P. E. Belting, director
of physical education, mature.
f the baseball team is formed. its.
personnel will be made up of var-
"it~ rthlptrc trninlc 4tr i r

Now that the regular schedule{
has been completed . the team isi
pointing for the district tourna-
ment, to be held at Ypsilanti, be-
ginning on March 7. In the event
that the team survives this tour-
nament they will compete in the'
regional tournament, also to !bci
held at Ypsilanti on March 13-14-
15, from where they will go, if;

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Seagra'es's Speedboat
is Uncertain In Test
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., Feb. 23.-
Major H. O. D. Seagrave's speed
[boat, "Miss England," with which
he expects to capture the world's
record in Miami next month was
temperamental in preliminary tests
yesterday.
Initial tests disclosed that the
intricate mechanism of the craft,
which is expected to churn through
the water in excess of 100 milesI
an hour had not been perfectly{
aligned. The boat today was in theI
hands of special mechanics who
expected to have her shipshape
within 24 hours.

14ILY UL UA1I conLnui Isway in successful, to the state tournament j
the summer, and of former athletes at Detroit. In that the same teare
0f other institutlons among the which reached the semi-finals of sports
graduate student body. the state tournament last year is up the
As , far pas is lnown byIow a au- back, they are confident of again week i
thorities, this plan is unique among going to Detroit to compete for the ference
Western conference univer state championship. 1 schedu
Since the Hawkeyes would be un- The regular lineup is composed ends i
able to schedule intercollegiate Th reguar lne is corposd trips a
gaeopnnsfrteta of Sharfmnan and F'uoss, forwards,trpa
games, opponents for the team Cummings, center, and Captain ermak(
I would be chosen from the ranks of Dale and Dengler, guards. Dale, I crucial
semi-pro nides and others non.-col- the captain, is said to be one of Madiso
lege groups. the greatest guards ever developed rather
{ .I (Continued on Page Seven) hopes#
Following the Wisconsin game,-
Purdue will journey to Urbana
Saturday night for a return tilt
1with Coach Craig Ruby's Illini.

With Wisconsin and Michigan
emain In 'Path Toward
Basket Title
('p'ceial To The Daily)
AYETTE, Ind., Feb. 24.-
the basketball squad -risks
nces of finishing high in the
n scramble in a pair of tilts,
nmainder of Purdue's winter
teams will practically clean
ir dual meet schedules this
in preparation for the con-.
e championships which areI
led the second two week-
n March. Two more tiring
re on the card for 'the Bil-
er basketeers, including the
. game with Wisconsin (at
on Monday night which will
definitely settle the title
of both teams.

tenders at the present tume.
, 'r ernties- Enter The 880 race was much less close
inals !f T r ywith the field spread out over-many
Fnal fTourney ards at the tape. Lomont was not
The Class A Basketball League pushed seriously to win the half
finds the following teams qualified eco en 200.7 whica was almost t
to enter the final rounds of play, rival. Benson, Mueller, Aubrey, and
Phi:Rho Sigma, Phi Chi, Kappa Sig- Grunow finished in' this event in
ma, Phi lambda:.Kappa, Beta The- the order named with about two
a :Pi, Xi Psai Phi, Sigma Alpha seconds separating each man at
the finish of the race.
Mu, Phi Sigma -Kappa, Phi Delta The only Wolverine Varsity man
Theta, Phi:Gamma Delta and The- to run in the mile yesterday after-
ta Chi. The first three games of 'noon was Austin who covered the
the final series will be played on distance in 4:28.8. His competition
Tuesday evening, February 26 when in this heat was furnished by two
Phi Chi meets Kappa Sigma, Beta freshmen, Wolf and Fitzgibbons,
Theta Pi plays Xi Psi Phi and Phi who finished behind him with times
Delta Theta meets Phi Gamma of 4:30 and 4.43 respectively. Mon-
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