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~YHK IHNkSBADGER CAGERS LOOK TO HEAVY """"T""""""""""""""""""""""""
ROSE INJURES WRIST; ORWIG MADISON, Wis., De 19.-The years. ely games during prv.ious I
AND TRUSKOWSKI LEAD Wisconsin basketball squad will en- All in all, the Badgers cannot be;----' Althougli crippled by influenza ents. Minnesota bolted out of its
IN POINT GETTING joy a week's recess between their eliminated from title consideration, Canadian Authorities Wire ihat "Dutch" Longberg's Northwestern olsing streak by defeating Carle- Cran
for this season will undoubtedly Influenza Epidemic Will basketeers demonstrated great ton of Northfield, Minn, 28 to 21 I
Ch APMAN IS FLU VICTIM w early preliminary games and contain more upsets than any of Not Kcep Squad Home power to outscore a strong Notre while Iowa knocked off Washing-
_the start of a strenuous Conference the hectic recent ones. Several rc- ----- Dame quint 18-14 at South Bend. ton of St. Louis, winner over In- WRE
Minus the services of Bob Chap- schedule. Thc Badgers, victorious cruits are taking the spotlight in j FISHER TO [EA) ATTA.CK( In penetrating the Irish defense the diana, 22 to 18.
man, regular center, Coach Veen-- over Frankln and Pittsburgh, re- the prelims, and have even forced _ .Wildcats showed a fast breaking!Fnls
ker's Varsity cagers overwhelmed! turned to Madison last Saturdaya number of Mcanweell's vets to, Michigan's new skating rink at offense but they were sadly weak Chuck Carroll ol' Ulzziversity I31 tou
the "B" quintet, 30-11, in a rou night with a 34 to 24 win from the' the bench, ,the Coliseum will for the first time in the basket, shooting department of Washingtoz all-American tollowin
and tumble scrimmage game dur-c an . Reserves To Fore witness Varsity competition when . fame seems destined to follow smi-fin
ing yesterday afternoon's practice Although the Wisconsin studentt Teaming with rangy Foster and the Ontario Agricultural college IL asNotre Dame's first i in the footsteps of Chris Cagle IIntramiu
session. body had dispersed for the Christ-'Kowalcyzk in the combination that pucksters invade Ann Arbor to meet engagement with a Big Ten as a potential second "booy" ,became
thatno ariyhnicpe ia aptnta scn "oe
The Junior Varsity, handicapped mas holidays, "Doc" Meanwell de- has looked best thus far is a trio the Wolverine sextet tonight .This' combination this season and of the gridiron. aaund
by the absence of its two regular cided to utilize four days in inten- of lads who can best be classified match will be the first of the sea- I the first time that the Wild- around
forwards, held the "A" team to a sue practice before dismissing his as last year's reserves. Foster,the n for the the Hoosiers "Junping Joe" Dugan, Yankee contesta
five-point lead at the half, the cagers wth orders to return on Cards' scoring ace, finds as his new artificial ice having been in on the South Bend hardwood. third sacker will probably receiven
count at the intermission being Dec. 26. most effective partner at forward, condition for skating only about 10 ' his unconditional release before today in
12-7, but Reserves' defense weak- Two More For Badgers Lycan Miller. days. i Two other Conference teams, many days according to all reports.wrstler

ons Wil Be Crowded Today:
age,10 Wodad WF nTwice
In 140-Pound Event
in the all-campus wrestl-
rncy will take place today
g the completion of the
Lal events yesterday at the
ral building. The wrestling
rather spirited yesterday
goad sized crowd gathered
the ring to encourage the
and Dalyrumple will clasl
the 120-pound events, both
s coming ofd victorious in



enec during the second period and
allowed the Wolverins to slip
through for eight short shots, while
McCoy caged a toss from well back
of the free throw circle.
McCoy At Center Post '
Coach Veenker's starting lineup,
composed of Orwig and Truskowski,3
forwards, Captain McCoy, center,
and Barley and Rose, guards, ac-
counted for six baskets during the
first half, Orwig and Truskowski
each caging a pair. Danny Rose
injured a wrist late in the first
period and was replaced by Kanitz,
while Cushing was substituted for
Barley at half time.
The Junior Varsity, with Glock-
eski and Murphy at forwards,
Dougal at center, and Lytle and
Engleman at guards, failed to ex-'
hibit the short passing attack
shown in their regular games. so
far, and was held to three.baskets
and a free throw during the first
period. Den Bleyker and Bauer also
played on the "B" team during1
part of the game.-
"Truck" Scores Twice
Shortly after the second half
started the Varsity began to break
through the Reserves' defense for
short shots on fast passes and drib-
bles, Truskowski accounting for the
first two baskets. Orwig followed.
with another dog shot on a pass f
near the backboard, and then Mc-
Coy tried a long one from mid-floor
which finally dropped in after cir-
cling around the rim.
Kanitz Scores On "Dogs",
Orwig followed with another,
short toss to tie Truskowski for
high scoring honors with four bas-
kets apiece. Coach Veenker took
out Orwig, Captain McCoy and
Truskowski, Balsamo, Barley and
Lovell replacing them. Kanitz was
the next to break through the
Junior Varsity defense, caging two
dog shots in rapid succession, while
Barley followed with two more
short baskets after fast breaking
dribbles to end the Varsity scoring.
Altho'ugh the "A" quintet's pass-
ing attack was rather ragged dur-
ing the first period, the Varsity
cagers showed better form in get-
ting short shots in the second half,
almest all of the Wolverines' tries
from beneath the basket resulting
in points, while a mixed-up defense
also tightened to hold the Junior
Varsity to a basket and a free
throw. Kanitz, playing in his first
scrinmmage┬░' since an ankle injury
some weeks ago, fitted in well with
the Varsity passing attack although
still favoring his bad leg. Lovell,
who has been out with an attack
of influenza, also took part in the
The return of these two members
of the squad to active duty was
h .3

Wisconsin must play two more Miller has been playing from
non-Conference contests between time to time during the last two
Christmas and New Years. Then i years. He is a senior and is just
they have but a few days to polish coming into his own. Against Pitt
their attack and defense for the the slender LaCrosse athlete gave
I initial Big Ten encounter with a great exhibition of all-around
Minnesota abroad. Lombard col- forward play.
lege, Little Nineteen school from The other two men who seem to
Galesburg, Ill., will appear here be in line for steady work are Roy
Dec. 29, while Carleton of North-IEllerman, a converted forward, and
! field, Minn, will appear as a New i Ted Chmielewski, clever floor
Year's attraction. guard, who have taken care of
Both of these schools play a high most of Wisconsin's defensive work
calibre of ball and will afford a thus far.
fair test for the Card sharp shoot-
ers prior to embarking upon aBig R
Ten schedule which includes Pur- George Hay Returns
due, Michigan, Northwestern, Chi- To
cago, and Minnesota.' OC ugars TOmght
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Ggar searn iystem!
Contrary to the opinion of many ofteoDge Hay, star left wingman
fans, the 1928-29 Wisconsin quin- of the Detroit Cougars, who has
I tet shows promise of mastering the. b baou of the eetroit lneup
SMeanwell system of play as well as wl ebc nteDtotlnu
did the fast, midget combination when the Cougars play Les Cana-
, which carried the Cardinal to a diens at Olympia Thursday night,
third position in the Western Con- he said today. Hay has been a vic-
ference a year ago. Th1e li$ time of influenza. He was unable
Doctor's giants should again lead to play against Ottawa here last
the league in defense. Their scor- week and did not go east with the
ing to date has been much better team for the games with New
York Rangers and Boston.
more than offset, however, by the He was out of his home yesterday
news that Bob Chapman, regular for the first time and he planned
center in 1927-28 and who was high to put on his skates today and
scorer against Pennsylvania, was work out with the Detroit Olympics.
suffering from influenza and prob- He says he will be in shape to play
ably would not be able to report I tonight.
before practice reopened after the Les Canadiens- were scheduled to
Christmas recess. Danny Rose' in- arrive here today from Chicago
jury is not believed severe enough where they played Tuesday night.
to keep him out of the remaining They may use Olympia ice today
practice sessions, for practice.
322-324 S. MVtin St
i fiA rbor's Forvimosi CloIt/dcri,

Reports that the Canadian team Minnesota and Iowa, were success-
would not make the trip because ' ful against non-Coference oppon-
of the severe epidemic of influenza ty of trouble as they are all capable
which has been sweeping the Guelf of steady defense work. Coach
campus were denied in a telegram of syeadyhef norywhrk.iCoach
which the Wolverine authorities re- Lowry's chief worry here is in the
ceived yesterday stating that t lack of reserve material.
Ontario squad will arrive today. Goalies Inexperienced
Invaders Iook Good The important position of goal
Th' tender will be assigned to either
of Th invading team boasts o0e0 Grade or Rhines. Both of these
Cthehardest skatingt outfits i players are inexperienced, but have
Canadian Intercollegiate lockey I shown improvement since the first
Smanymo t in a tion as had of the season, and it is hoped that
ce so consethan ten days of pac- one of them will develop into a
e, Cequenty oach Eddie first rate goalie.
Lowry will be satisfied if the Maize Coach Lowry will use as many
and Blue holds them to a low score. me as pssible from his squad of
steThe loss of Capta iSteve Jones ten, in an attempt to get some idea
selr goal te nder, ll r ve to be as to how they show up under fire.
upMichigan The squad consists of the follow-
sextette as at present the aspirants ing men in addition to those al-
for that place are few, but the re- ready named; Charles Grace,
turn of seven veteians from last Thomas Curtis and. JohnsAbbott.
year's team will furnish a wealth ;Between the periods of the game
of material for the Michiganmen-m! an exhibition of figure skating will
for to choose from, be given by Margaret Bennet, A. C.
Fisher Leads Offense Bennet, and Roy Shipstead. This
Captain Mort Fisher will lead the tiio all competed in the National
Wolverine Varsity at center and Figure Skating association last year
Coach Lowry plans to build his of- and will do so again this season.I
fense around him. Maney, whose They are coming to Ann Arbor at
brilliant work was the feature of: their own expense and plan to stay
last season's play will hold down three days during which time they.
left wing with Schlanders, a soph- hope to interest students in a figure
omore, as his running mate. Sch- skating club.
landers has shown a great deal of , PROBABLE LINEUPS
promise in practice, and will be , Scollie ........RF........ Maney i
given a chance to make good. 'Walker ........LF.... Schlanders
Bryant and Joseph are slated to Townsend .....C .... (C) Fisher
take care of the defense with 'Henry ....... .R D.........Bryant
Samuel Hart in reserve. Any of Goodwillie ..,.L D. . .... . ...Joseph
these three men can be relied upon' Rcnovf ....... G .... Grade or
to give the opposing forwards plen- r i ....... Rhines
L~ ~ ~_-

The veteran has weathered 12
American league campaigns on thez
diamond and according to his own
statement, is ready for retirement.
Leo Guadrault, sub-center df
the Les Canadiens of the Na-
tional Hockey League, has been
traded to the Providence club
of the Canadian-American
I league for Mondou, also a cen-
Izzy Schwartz, flyweight title-
holder, who was scheduled to meet
Martin next week at Baltimore,
will be unable to defend his title
due to leg injuries received when
he fell downstairs in his home, and
will be out of ring togs for three
weeks, his manager reports.
Recently compiled statistics
show that Owen Carroll, De-
trpit Tiger mound star, leads
Waite Hoyt, considered by most
critics as the ace of the 1928
moundsmen, in earned run
University of Pennsylvania will
meet Notre Dame on the gridiron
in 1930 and 1931, Earnest B. Cou-
zens, graduate manager of the
Quaker institution announced. No
dates have been set, the contests
being subject to the ratification of
the athletic council at Pennsylvan-
ia. The first game will probably be
played at Philadelphia and the
second at South Bend

I their matches yesterday. Dalry-
irmple won a fall from Aldinger aft-
er two minutes and fifty eight
seconds while Rubin tossed Texera
in in a little over a minute of
overtime combat.
Two 130-pound events reduced
the field to Stanchfield and Im-
merman, the former winning an-
other fall by downing Swanston.
Imnerman also won on a fall from
his opponent, Kerrush, in a bout
that took most of the regulations
period to conclude.
The bulk of the wrestling of the
day was confined to the 140-pound
class where six bouts were neces-
sary to thin the contestants down
to Cranage and Woodard. Cranagc
engaged in two bouts to win his
way to the finals, defeating Shank-
land in his initial attempt and
downig Anderson after two over-
time periods.
Woodard also appeared in twoa
combats winning from Shiker in
a brief bout and tossing Brozen-
witch, who had defeated Spencer
earlier in the afternoon, after three
minutes of wrestling. Wooward
won from Shiker on a default when
the later's weak shoulder gave way
during the bout.
The other clash in 1he 140-pound
weights saw Anderson gain a deci-
sion over Hain. Anderson later lost
to Cranage.
Kelly and Benz emerged as ,i-
nalists in the 150-pound. contests
Kelly was the victor over McIntyre
through a fall achieved after two
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