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SATURDAY, ALL TAR Y 12, 192-1

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, 3ANtIARY 12, 1~2~ TI-IF MICHIGAN DAILY
C LASSIF1EU~

Yearlings Upset By
M EJunior Varsity Five

FRUM LIINUHY

(Continued From Page Six)
period, but this advantage was off-

-- set a moment later as Daniels
again dribbled the length of the
NEW YORK, Jan. 11.-A giant floor to get an easy shot from
figure stirred under the white under the basket. The freshmen
sheets of the hospital cot. A shaggy were slowly creeping up on their
head with wax-white features and opponents, and a short shot by
red-rimmed eyes lifted from the Crouch made the score 14-10.
pillow and stared toward the door- At this point, however, the Junior
way of the tiny room. Varsity seemed to take heart and
"Helllo," said Al Lassman, "Hello." were not in danger during the rest,
The mammoth shoulders heaved of the game. Balsamo crashed
out of the bed clothes while eyes i through with two points and
stilll strained to focus a picture on Weinstein added two more.
the tired brain. Then the foggy At this point the first foul of
mind cleared, a bellow of welcome the game was called and Ricketts
rang out into the hospital corridors stepped up and dropped the ball
and the giant all but lifted himself through the hoop without any.
right out of the cot. opposition, to bring the score to
This was Al Lassman, football 18-13. The game was getting to
captain of New York University's. resemble a grid struggle, and Cush-
Violent Violets, on the road back ing took the ball from a scrimmage
to health at last after one of the and added two points to the Re-
closest engagements any athlete serve total.

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ever played with death. Daniels t
It was seven weeks ago almost to ond foul of
a day, that Lassman played his last and Ricket
game of intercollegiate football. In make the
a battle that stole the pigskikn
show for that one day at least, his
Violets defeated Carnegie Tech.

hen converted the sec-
the contest into a point,
ts ended the scoring to
final score 20-16.

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WILL MEET IOWA
(Continued From Page Six)
kowski, scoring ace of the tilt with
the Badgers.
Of even greater importance than
their success in stopping 'Truck',
however, will be the Hawk's ability
to pierce the vaunted Wolverine
defense.. Against the Badgers and I
the Wildcats the Veeniker-coachedI
five limited their opponents to 201
points per game, while non-Con-
ference outfits were able to average
only 19 points.
The outcome of the tilt will un-
doubtedly hinge largely on whether
or not the Black and Gold bas-
keteers are able to break through
the stubborn defense that Veenker
has built up with their quick, short
passing attack and sudden pivots.
Even though their defense ac-
complishes the task of, stopping
Truskowski and Rose, the scoring
stars of the Northwestern and Wis-
consin games, Orwig, Chapman and
McCoy are still to be accounted
for. If the Wolverine cagers 'have
their shooting eyes' tonight, they
should cause the Hawks a lot of
ttrouble.

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