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STATE, 9-1

The new sports edifice which re- liary gymnasium, hard at work on By virtue of its 46-30 victory over Captain Otterness of the Gophers
TU T A Eplaced the old north stands on the heavy apparatus. This hasTEAM SC D Northwestern last week-end, P- stood at the foul line, his am two
Ferry field during the past year, is been the largest number to make due maintained a tie with the WoN- points behind,. and two free shot
at last coming into its own. Fail- use of the apparatus at one time. in the immediate future. However,
Michigan Uses Teamwor Late In ure of the students so far to make About 20 more had wandered into Junior Varsity To Meet Detroit City verines for the Conference leader- he missed his chance, and his first Ten O
Game To Shower Invader's Goal use of the advantages that the new the boxing and wrestling room, College In Brace Of Games ship. This game marked the third try bounced out of the illusive hoop Co
For Five Fast Counters structure offers, has caused the where they were spending their Jan. 12 and Feb. 16 istraight win for the Boilermakers and the game was over. His second
intramural staff no end of worry, time tussling with one another, ors r!a-etd
HARRIS STARS FOR STATE but that the situation is clearing trying their hand at the punching FRESHMEN APPEAR GOODso fa n their race for the second t g emarkedMnsot
successive title. Northwestern lad is aemre MneoaNEW
up was evidenced last Saturday bags while waiting a chance to thsecond straight defeat and In-
Michigan's hockey team gained afternoon. { play basketball up in the gymna trouble in getting through the Pur- diana's first victory in two starts.
its first victory of the season at the Authorities state that at 2 o'clock SUm College, two gaies have been add- due defense with any consistancy, In the other Conference ganA
expense of Michigan State yester- last Saturday, the largest number During the lay 12 fraternitytCsites of
day afternoon in the Coliseum, to use the place at one time were teams and some independent teams! ed to the schedule 'of Coach Ray( while the Boilermaker forwards, scheduled for Saturday night, Ohio its]
Courtwright's "B" cage team. The Captain Cummins and Glen Harm- State defeatd the strong Illini by a fond
comp letely outplaying the invaders working out in the various parts of r ieserved basketball courts in order
tompuryetheuSpartangshxtetdersthe building. This in itself was that they might be able to get in first of these will be played Jan. 24 eson, at home on their own floor, a score of 27-22. The Buckeyes, led of the
u bury the Spartan sextet, 9-1 rather unusual as there are no a little extra practice at Detroit, while a return game is accounted for 23 points between by George Van Hyde, .'tar center, 16 clu
under an avalanche of gas in the tournament games in any sport While the toal number of those carded for Feb. 16 to be p^yed in them. were at the peak of their form and in Lou
last period e scheduled for Saturdays. using the building Saturday, esti- the field house. Only the shooting of Marshall, played a smooth game. Van Hyde, Arizon
forhih sring honors wih tree Anyone upon stepping into the mated at around 600, is not so very The Tartars will replace the Alma star guard, who dropped in six who is playing his last season for Califor
for high scoring honors with three main gymnasium at the time men- startling, it does seem to be an quintet on the Junior Varsity field goals, kept the Wildcats from the Buckeyes, accounted for 13 The
goals apiece, two of the latter's tioned above, would, have found indication that the students are schedule. The Wolverines were ori- being defeated by a much worse points on his own hook, but outside Phoeni
coming in the hectic final session, some 250 men in basketball uni- waking up to the fact that there ginally scheduled to meet Alma on score. "Stretch" Murphy did not of his performance the Ohio State locatio
while Schlanderer contributed two forms engaged in games or else in has been built on this campus, a its court during the vacation pei- account for his usual number of team showed a well drilled combi-
and Joseph one to the Varsity score shooting baskets, while along the sport palace equal to any of its od, while a return game was to be points during the evening, but nation with no outstanding stars. themse
Jones scored the lone Michigan sides there were quite a few wait- kind in the world, and which offers played here in February. Both of maintained his lead in Big Ten -
State marker on a shot from mid- ing a chance to participate in some an unusual number of facilities to these games were cancelled by the scoring. [TIFef
rink which evaded Grace's hand, scrimmage or to get in a little both students and faculty mem- athletic authorities. ! Wisconsin, showing a reversal of actual
Play Rough Game practice 1bers. Juniors Seek Revenge !form after their defeat at the cNBaDBMENlREPORT Thre fi
The first two periods of the game All of the 14 handball courts were s - --The- The Junior Varsity players are hands of Michigan, changed back thre
were marred by rough playing in use at this given time, while the INDIANA nw priming for the return game to their old offense which uses the ton Se
penalties being frequent, and it was 13 squash raquet courts seemed to R FO -with Ypsilanti on Thursday. Coach fast short pass and stayed in the Iand th
not until the final division that enjoy an equal popularity with the iTW GAMES THIS WEEK Courtwight's team will be seeking Conference title race by winning trainin
the Wolverines discarded their in- followers of that sport. In both iin- gmson is
clviua tctcsfo pssnggae tacs s efre ter er ila- 5pci1revenge for last week's 27-18 de-i from Chicago onl the latter's homej-
dividual tactics foroa passing game stances as before, there were play- (Special To The Daily) feat at the hands of the Teachers, court, by a 33-21 score. The Badg- pL lo The aIiN tors, B
which gave them five goals in the ers waiting their turn on the Following their game at Madison when they invade the Ypsi court. er men were too tall for the Mid- More than one hundred crew nd E
final eighteen minutes. courts. Wis., with Doc Meanwell's rangy On that occasion none of the way cagers, and Foster and Ten- candidates, who responded to the fourth
Coach Lowrey started the same While more than 25 men wererangw- Cardinal quintet, Coach Everett Michigan players could find the hpen pierced the Maroon defense frst call issued by Wisconsin's new
lineup used in the second Mar- splashing, swimming or diving in Dean and his Crimson basketball basket, while Ypsilanti combined a i for 18 points between them. This rowing coach, Mike Murphy, indi-T illrs
quette game, consisting of Grace, the spacious pool, also about the squad will return to Bloomington stubborn defense with some accu- victory marked Wisconsin's second id rowi coah ie Mphy, di
goal, Hart and Bryant, defense, same number were up in the auxi- today and start preparations for rate shooting. triumph in two Conference starts. Director Little's selection of theiapWashi
Joseph center, and Captain Fisher ;ianother double-header program I Yesterday's scrimmage between In the most hotly contested game former Washington captain andN
and Maney, wings. Schlanderer al- this week end, the freshman and "B" teams was of the evening, Indiana, co-holders stroke. New Y
ternated with Joseph at center gIrigUw111111p atLener il Purdue, who shared the 1928 Big called off because moisture collect- of the title of last year, won their Murphy explained briefly his
during most of the tilt. The Michi- Ten court crown with the Hoosiers, ing on the field house ceiling drop- first Big Ten battle by edging out plans for the indoor season, and
gan State team was composed of Ir ' 0 flf F( will be the main attraction on the ped to the floor, making it too wet Minnesota by one point, 36-37, aft-By expressed great satisfaction nthe
Harris, goal, Christenson and Har- iIIndiana net schedule this week. for the scheduled scrimmage.er one over-time period. As the large turnout at the first gather- St.Lo
per,1 deene1Knedcetrad1 I L Idin ntsceul hi ee. o tesceuldscimaeoMn etimoe peron,.6-,As t-expesdgetstsato nte
per, defense, Kennedy, center, adCON , Both teams are composed of vet- Coach Ray Fisher is well satisfied gun ending this period sounded, ing of crew men. The former Yale
Clark and Jones, wings, while erans, and critics and officials of with the showing of this yearling - ------ - or coach is receiving the co.. o
Stimmick, Warner, Hawkins, and Purdue's invaluable c c n t e r the Big Ten and mid-west are anti- team. The outstanding freshmen WRESTLING IS AoE Tperaion of Di ectoriiol he in pla t Detroi
Linberg also saw service on the "Stretch" Murphy is still leading cipating one of the best games of who have shown well in practice ing rowing on a higher plae thee.
Spartan sextet. the Conference scorers for the in- the early Conference season. A lea- are Crouch, Daniels, Ricketts, Jones, INTERSCHOLASTIC MEET Scarcity of material was alwCys
Three Wolverines Star dividual honors with 35 points to tue of the game will be the third Weiss, McDonald, and Burham. one of the handicaps which the Ceveb
Captain Fisher, Maney, and his credit. Murphy, ho is six feet meeting of Branch McCracken, In- Priest, one of the mainstays of the t1eci il To The I veteran 'Dad"e Vail was unable toChia
Joseph appeared the best of the six inches tall, grabbed his lead at dian, and "Stretch" Murphy, Pur- 1932 grid team, has just reported Northwestern university's seven-- remedy. However, since the Bad- c
Wolverine contingent, forcing the the expense of the Maroons last due, ranked as the outstanding for cage drill. teenth annual interscholastic track gers athletic council went on record
play throughout the game to keep i Tuesday night when he crashed pivot men in the Big Ten. l -o and swimming meet which is to be as favoring the eastern trip t Cincin
the puck in Spartan territory dur- through with 11 field goals and Both Lambert and Dean havej CONFERENCE { held this year on March 22 and 23 Poughkeepsie each spring, in addi-
ing most of the contest. Harris, three fouls. This preformance is drilled their teams to high ofen- BASKETBALL STANDINGS is to be augumented by the addiio tion to a more extensive con peti-Brookl
State goalie, did the best work for believed to create a scoring record sive powers, and it is thought that IIof a wrestling meet tobe heldin ca"sed , i
the invaders, making several diffi- for the Big Ten. the game will be one of the fastest W. L. Pet. conjunction with the other two nleaps and bounds.
cult plays and holding the Michi- Murphy's eight points against exhibitions the new Indiana field Michigan........3 0 1.000 sports.
gan of fense practically alone dur- Northwestern S a t u r d a y were house has witnessed. Last season, Purdue..........3 1.oo L ast year's meet which attracted CORRECTION Phillie
ing the initial period, when he 0o o the co-champions met twice, each j Wisconsin ........ 2 1 .667 six hundred athletes representing
stopped 12 of the 14 tries at goal. I The Leaders! team winning on its home floor. j Ohio State ........ 2 1 .667 j eighty-six schools in eight different A game between Alma col- st. Lo
The Wolverines' first score came. G. FT. TP. I On paper, the Boilermakers ap- [ Iowa ...........1 1 .500 states is expected to be greatly j lege and the "B" basketballI
after 11:20 of play, when Maney Murphy, Pur due..... ..13 9 35 1 pear to have the edge on the Hoosi- Indiana .......... 1 1 .500 boosted in the forthcoming games.I team was erroneously announced New Y
took the puck down the ice into a Harmeson, Purdue ....A3 2 28 ers. Led by Murphy, Harmeson and { Illinois. ... ..... 1 2 .333 The wrestling meet is expected to in Sunday's Daily as scheduled
mixup before the State goal, and I Truskowski, Michigan.11 5 27 I(Capt. Cummins, the Old Gold and j Minnesota ........ 0 2 .000 prove unusually popular since a to be played in the field house Chica
Christenson deflected it into the , Van Heyde, Ohio State.11 4 26 ( Black squad passed through a suc- j Chicago.........0 2 .000 1large number of high schools are tonight. The game has been
net. Michigan continued to bom- I Chapman, Michigan... 9 7 25 1cessful non-conference schedule | Northwestern.....0 3 .000 taking up the sport and few if any cancelled. Pittsb
bard Harris with long shots for I Ervin, Ohio State....10 5 25 and heads the list of quintets now lo o (Continued on Page -Seven) o - o
the rest of the period, but the only Strickland, Indiana.. ..11 3 25 battling for the Conference lead- ----------------- --t-v_______---
other score came in the last alt' j Foster, Wisconsin,..... 9 4 22 j a1-inp' position. Indications are that
minute, when Schlanderer took the Wilcox, Mica.. . . . . ..9 7 8 22 the two teams will play before a
puck from behind his own goal, Toig, scon 22I record breaking crowd. ~
skated through most of the oppos- __OnMonday night the Deannnen
ing team, and rammed it into the enough to keep his lead comfor- entertain Minnesota, whom they \
Spartan net on a lift shot. Itably, making his grand total 35. played at Minneapolis last Satur-
State ImprovesHis greatest threat for the scor- day night. The game with the
Play in the second period was i ing honors at present presents his Gophers. will mark the passing of!"V\N
more even, the State team making team mate, Glen Harmeson with Bob Correll, speedy Indiana all-
as many tries as the Wolverines. 28 points while the Wolverine ace, Conference guard, who will gradu-
Schlanderer contributed his second Truskowski is pushing the Boiler- ate Jan. 30. Correll was captain ot
and the 'Varsity's third marker maker ex-grid star with 27 points the 1928 co-championship quintet.
after six minutes of play on a long Two other Wolverine stars are Coach W. H. Thom's wrestling \ ++ I
trip down the ice, a. pass to Maney, included among the list of high team will return here Wednesday - I )
who passed back to give Schlan- scorers, Chapman in a ti for fifth following two matches in the west,
derer a free shot. Captain Fisher place with Ervin and Strickland; with Iowa State and Nebraska.
added another goal after 13:26 on and Orwig who is deadlocked with Saturday night, while the count
a difficult side shot which passed Tenhopen for seventh place. teams are battling at Indiana, the
Harris.,- grapplers meet Purdue at Lafayette. f \j Y
The Wolverines once more x- YALE UNIVERSITY-Yale is one li
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FBig League Teams Are To
ditiou In Florida; Rest
Are Scattered
)uncement of the training
the big league clubs reveals
ness for Florida on the part
major leaguers. Ten of the
bs will drill in Florida, one
isiana, two in Texas, one in
a and the remaining pair in
Detroit Tigers have selected
x, Ariz. for their training
n, deserting the Texas
in which they prepared
lves for the 1928 campaign.
Four New Managers
annual trek southward will
our new managers starting
work in their new positions.
of these clubs, the Washing-
mators, the Boston Braves
e St. Louis Cardinals will be
g in Florida. Walter John-
now in charge of the Sena-
illy Southworth of the Cards
mil Fuchs of the Braves. The
new pilot, Bucky Harris,
et his introduction to the
in Arizona.
ngton.....Walter Johnson
ork...........Miller Huggins
St. Petersburg
elphia..........Connie Mack
Fort Myers
uis...........Dan Howley
West Palm Beach
..Bill Carigan
t ..........Stanley Harris
Phoenix, Ariz.
and .......R. Peckingpaugh
New Orleans
o Lena Blackburne
nati.......Jack Hendricks
yn......Wilbert Robinson
.................Emil Fuchs
St. Petersburg
s...............Burt Shotten
Winterhaven, Fla.
uis. . Bill Southworth
Avon Park, Fla.
Fork............ John McGraw
San Antonio
o .. . . .... . .. ..Joe McCarthy
Catalina Island
urgh.............Donie Bush
Paso Robies, Cal.

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