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VARSITY DISPLAYS

STRONG OFFENSE

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BADGER FORWARD STARS
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Michigan's Varsity five, exhilar-
ated by the attaining of undisputed
first place in the Conference
standings, displayed its best form
of the season on both offense and
defense during yesterday's practice
session.
Coach Veenker, realizing that the
Wolverines gained the top rung of
the ladder by remaining idle while
Purdue was falling before Wiscon-
sin, 31-26, Monday night, and also
realizing that the Varsity, with
four gmes won, has six tough ones
to go, two more than remain on
the Boilermaker schedule, and
must win most of these games,
payed special attention to develop-
ing a fast breaking attack.
The Michigan defense, which h'
allowed the Wolverines' opponen
a meager average of 17 points pt r
tilt in the las seven contests, ap-
pears capable of facing the task
of holding the Northwestern, Wis-
consin, Ohio, and Minnesota quin-
tets in the contests scheduled fol-
lowing the between semester recess.
Most of these teams, however,
boast strong defenses likewise, the
Cardinal aggregation proved itself
exceptionally strong in this respect
in smothering Vie famed offense
of the highest scoring team in the
Big Ten with a scant allowance of
26 points, and holding "Stretch"
Murphy to a lone basket and field
goal.
Coach Veenker emphasized the
use of the hook pass, with Danny
Rose doing most of the tossing aft-
er taking the ball down the floor, in
an offensive drill with the regular
five working against a second team
composed of Balsamo and Hanah,
forwards forwards, Kanitz, center,
and Barley and Cushing, guards.
The Varsity showed the best form
it has this year in the use of an
accurate short passing attack in
working the ball underneath the
basket. With Rose or McCoy start-
ing the offensive with hook passes,
the "A" quintet displayed a dazzl-
ing series of fast, short passes of
every description, with Truskowski,
Orwig, and Chapman taking the
ball under the basket for dog shots
after fast breaks.
The second team seemed unable
to break up the fast working of-
fense, during which the Varsity
seldom relinquished control of the
ball. Orwig and Chapman showed
particularly well in caging jump
shots on follow ups, while Captain
McCoy and Rose aided by perfect
blocking, each sank two tosses from
beyond the free throw circles.
The workout on offense was fol-
lowed by a scrinunage against the
"B" team, with Captain McCoy,
Rose, Truskowski, Orwig, and Chap-!
man opposing Balsamo, Cushing,
Downing, Dougal, and Lovell. The
"A's" broke through the Reserves'
defense frequently, with Truskow-
ski and Orwig doing most of the
scoring on push in and dog shots
following breaks from the corners
of the court.
Coach Veenker and Oosterbaan,
on the prowl for reserve material,
which the Varsity lacks at present,
put Kanitz through a long drill on
the intricacies of defense with an
eye to developing a capable afllI
around substitute. Kanitz started
the season as regular forward, but
was kept out for two weeks by a
sprained ankle,, and since his re-
turn has played at every position.-

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FOR DETROIT CONTEST
Coach Courtwright Drills Junior
Varsity On Defense For .
Passing Attack1
'TITANS HAVE FAST TFAM
Coach Courtwright sent his
Junior Varsity cagers through a
long workout yesterday, emphasiz-
ing the preparation of a defense
igainst the fast breaking type of
game the Detroit City college five{
is expected to employ when the
Titans play host to the Reserves'
Thursday night.
The Detroit quintet, although far
below the standard of the "B"
squad on'the rating of games play-
ed this year, owes its lack of suc-
cess to a poor eye for the basket,
according to Coach Courtwright,
who scouted the Titans in their
contest with Ypsilanti Normal.
Reserves Have Best Record
Although the "B" team made a
clean sweep of its home and home
r series with Toledo, while the De-
in the Pur- troit five got no better than an
stellar work an even break, and lost twice to
s to gain a Ypsilanti with whom the Reserves
the highly split, the Titans possess a fast
five in the breaking, short passing attack,
te Monday. which, coupled with accurate floor
work, will make them a dangerous
opponent if their shooting ability
I 'improves

VARSITY MATEN
SET FOR SPAR TANJHS FC TK
'MEET ON FRIDAY O
Michigan State and the Wolver-
ines will tangle in another of their
anulbtrlswe heSaemtsquad Of 18 Men Report Regularly
annual battles when the Mtate mat For Workouts; Five Veterans
team invades Ann Arbor on Fri- Available For Team
day night to try to upset. Coach
Keen's Varsity wrestlers. This NE'W EQUIPMENT ARRIVES
will be the only form of athletic
competition which any of the' With a squad of from 15 to 18
Wolverines teams will engage in1 it
over the examination period, Imen of about equal caliber' trying
On paper the Michigan tearm out for positons on the fencing
should dispose of their opponents squad, Coach John Johnson is faced
in short fashion, as Chicag easily 1 with a difficult problem in selecting
defeated the East Lansi gmat men for the team. Five veterans
squad, and the Wolevrines jlst as are available and there is a wealth
handily won from the Midway of promising material on hand as
team. However, when the fact j well.
that State will be represented by! Four of the veterans are Captain
veterans in at least five weights LaZare, Stolpman, Wiggers and
and possibly six, and that there Hammer who are capable of com-
are seven or eight men on the peting in the foils with Wiggers
squad who have had wrestling ex- and Hammer also listed in saber
perience, Coach Keen is not so events. In picking the seven men
sure of an easy victory. who will compete as the team,
When the Michigan State squad Coach Johnson admits he is faced
met Chicago, they had had only with a very difficult task, one that
one week of practice, and now cannot be accomplished without
with two weeks of intensive drill, considerable time and thought.
they should give a much better In addition to the four veterans
account of themselves. who will compete in the foils,
Coach Ricks of the State team Madero, Shutz and Friedman are
has not announced his definite also combating vigorously for a
lineup as yet, but it is thought position in that event. All three
that several veterans are sure to of these men have been showing
appear in the Green corner Friday up well in practice work.
night at the Field :douse. In the In the saber, Shires and Gordon
118 pound division Wilbur looks are battling for a place while the
like a sure starter. Wilbur learn- epee finds Wiener, the fifth vet-
ed his wrestling in Iowa, and has cran, Dosett, Coon and Dempster
shown great form in his collegiate among the promising material. The
career. members of the squad have been
Marshall in the 148 poud class practicing regularly and according
has had two years of wrestling ex- to Coach .Johnson have been mak-
perience, which, added to great ing gratifying progress. He expects
natural ability, should mare a to select a first and second squad
dangerous opponent of him. He very soon.
has many tricky holds, and has a New equipment will now be avail-
knack of wriggling out of the grip able for the fencers since a supply
of his opponent. of new sabers, foils and epees has
Coach Ricks finds himself well just arrived. Fencing jackets and
fortified in the 165 class with Kur- new equipment was used yesterday
rle ready to assume the duties, in the practice. The fencing squad
Kurrle will come here with a great has moved into the Intramural
reputation, and will probably make building and is practicing there
things interesting for the Wolver- now instead of in Waterman gym-
ine who opposes him. Martin- nasium as it did last year.
kewes in the 175 pound division The fencing schedule calls for
looks the best of the State squad two Big Ten tilts to open the sea-
in that class and will no doubt be son since the Michigan squad will
seen in action Friday at the Field make a week end trip in the first
House. week after the new semester opens.
Joslin in the heavyweight class Illinois will be met on Feb. 16 with
could be a brilliant wrestler as he l the squad stopping off at Chicago
is- possessed with much natural' on Feb. 18 for the second match.
ability, but he seems to be too The home season will open on
good natured and lacks the light March 3 with Ohio State as the op-
necessary to a good mat man. ponent.

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BADGERS UPSET PURDUE YALN RSLR
IN STIRU1GGLIE FOR r TILE Y4 LN RS L H
day night in a proud Purdue team,
coholders of the 1928 Big Ten hon- Freshman Mat Tournament Date
ors, and favored to repeat this year Set For Latter Part Of February;
in their quest for Western Confer- Men Working Out Daily
ence laurels. An inspired Mean-
well coached five fro nMadiso, LARGE NUMBER ENTERED

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a topheavy count, came from be-
hind in the closing minutes of play
to win over the Boilermakers by a
comfortable margin, .31-26.
The defeat toppled Purdue from
a tie for first place with Michigan,
(Continuec on rage Seven)

With their eyes on the all-frosh
wrestling tournament set tena-
tively for the latter part of Febru-
ary the yearling wrestlers are con-
tinuing regular daily practice ses-
(Continued on Page Seven)

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LuUMu 1RM ru The Motor 1
many veterans
present Captai
ter as forwards
Wachter as gu<
lineup. Their
With the opening Conference games to date
meet less than two weeks away, of a center tall
Coach Matt Mann is sending his tipoff or take
Varsity swimmers through pro- backboard on f
longed strenuous workouts in order the pivot posit
to get them in top form. Although yet, though it
the Hoqsiers, who come to Ann Ar- , Coach Holmes
bor on Feb. 2 to dedicate the new who has taken
pool in the Intramural building, are assignment inr
not one of the strongest teams in ; The Junior V
the Big Ten, they may make things the trip will be
interesting for the Wolverines. Kanitz, Dougal,
The natators are practicing daily Slagel, Cushin
in their new quarters, with speed and Balsamo.
the main objective of Coach Mann. starting lineup
Bob Walker, last year's sophomore although Kanit
find, is consistently covering the iter against Y
century free style in good time. Al certain to pla
Seager and Ernie Reif, both letter- Barley or Cusl
men, have also shown speed in this guard posts.
event and in the 50-yard sprint.
Fel Hosmer and Bill McDonald to
are making bids for a place on the $2.50 a half ye
record-breaking relay team. Bob
Darnall was the only member of
last year's quartet to graduate, thus
leaving a lone vacancy. Walker,
Seager, and Frank Walaitis are the
other men who swam on last year's
team. The fourth man will be
chosen from among Reif, Ault,
Hosmer, McDonald, and Watson.
Ault Looks Good
Garnet Ault is assured of a place
in the 440-yard swim. The Cana-
dian Olympic star and record
holder is far ahead of the other
aspirants in this event. Tom Wat-
son, a veteran, Goldsmith, Hughes,
and McCaffree are fighting it out
for the other position in the quar-
ter mile, no one having a decided
edge.
The back stroke is well taken care
of, with Capt. Dick Spindle and
George Hubbell, both former Big'
Ten champions, available. Clarence
fBoldt, a sophomore star, is pushing
them hard for a regular plce.
Walaitis is displaying his usual
good form in the fancy diving. Fred
Grinshaw, Chick Bailey, and Ninmz
are also showing their wares daily
on the springboard in an effort to
win a berth.

City team includes
, and will probably
n Evans and Schec-
and Kaufman and
ards in the opening
chief weakness in
has been the lack
I enough to gain the
the ball off the
follow up shots, and
ion is undecided as
is probable that
wil start Wengel,
care of the center
most of the games.
arsity squad making
made up of Barley,
Weinstein, Lovell,
.g, Lytle, Downing,'
Coach Courtwright's
is undecided as yet,
tz, who played cen-
psilanti, is almost
iy and Lovell and
hing will be at the
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