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TIME'
DRILL SUSPENDED
FINAL EXAMINAT

TRIAL TI
jflnRJUNIOR VARSIT

1IS AFTERNOON ENDS

TRACK PRACTICE

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GAME IN]

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DEFEATING DETROIT!

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Coach Farrell Expects Members
Squads To Report For Work
Whenever Possible

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RELAY TEAM WATCHED
With the second time trial of the
year, which will take place at 3.00;
o'clock this afternoon in Yost field
house over a six lap course, daily
track practice will be discontinued
until after the second semester
starts, according to Coach Farrell.
Although no regular workouts
will be held, the members of the
Varsity and Freshman squad will
be expected to report as often as
possible between exams to keep in
condition. Coaches Farrell and
Hoyt will be at the field house to
superintend the individual prac-
tices.

Michigan's Junior Varsity cagers, ing was evenly distributed among
in adding a seventh to their string the Wolverines, Dougal, Downing,
of victories at the expense of De-|and Slagle getting two baskets
troit City college, 36-21, Thursday apiece and Weinstein and Cushing ! Grif
night, played some of their best Ione each. I s
basketball of the season, accord- The Junior Varsity, with a record
ing to Coach Courtright. of seven out of eight games won,
The Reserves, largely due to the the single loss coming on a split QHOL
work of Barley and Lovell, held the series with the strong Ypsilanti
Tartars, 1927-28 Michigan inter- Normal five, will be allowed but two
collegiate champions, to six bas- more gam tseason.accord-
kets, while dropping in 15 goalsin toarCnferethis seasnacod TA
from the field. The "B" defense i t lay Return Game ruign
completely stopped the heralded One of these tilts has been def- Was]
short passing attack of the Detroit initely scheduled, a return engage- appe
five, and forced Schecter, flashy ment with the Detroit City col- twor
forward, to cage two out of his lege team on Feb. 15th in Yost of thi
three goals on long tosses from the field house. The Tartars, with the play
sidelines. eligibility of a new center, are ex- lieve
Detroit Uses New Center . pected to prove more dangerous "If
The Tartars were handicapped f than they did last Thursday. Plans ing t
by a new center, who was con- for a tenth and final game with wishe
stantly outjumped by both Dougal Albion college are under way at here
and Downing to give the Reserves present, but as yet no definite date as a1
the tipoff nearly all the time, and or place has been named for the er"
also by a hip injury of Schecter's, encounter.
who was forced to rest during the The Junior Varsity will stop daily Joh
first ten minutes of the second pe- practice sessions until after the tears
riod. exanination period, but the mem- tude,
The Junior Varsity floorwork and Ibers of the squad will report at the ord' i
passing attack functioned well, al- same time the Varsity works out jor le
though Barley and Lovell again during the next two weeks if possi- with
starred for the Reserves in the ble, as wall as keeping in trimi with 801 g
scoring department. The former, individual sessions. g
while holding Captain Evans of pe
Detroit to a lone goal from the nhoD
field, dropped in four field goals, Da
while he also outscored his op-L L h
ponent In the matter of free a lin
throws, making six to Evans' fiye. Barn
game
Lovell Scores Three Times gamh
Lovell made six points on thrce hee
goals, while the rest of the scor- game
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Gordon S. "Mickey" Cochrane,:fact that the handicapper had as
fith Announces That Veteran star catcher of the Philadelphia signed the famous horse owned b
Not To Be Player-Manager player to return his contract to his Mrs. John Hertz of Chicao to
Of Senator Squad 'Athletics, is the first big league heavy weight.
players to return his contract to
LDS GREATEST RECORD his manager unsigned. Cochrane, Four champions of the
who was voted the most valuable squared circle have been order-}
player in the American League last ed by the National Boxing asso-
MPA, Fla., Jan. 25.-Walter , states that he does not want cation to defen txhir tities
lMPAo l, fo Jyan.s25.-alfthe to enter into the ranks of thc hold- within the next sixtyhayor
inton pirtchiyn sta not outs, but if he does not receive the automatically give them up.
aington pitching staff, will not salary which he thinks he is worth, Tommy Loughran, light heavy-
er in the box this season for he will retire from the game. He weight; Mickey Walker, mid
reasons-Clark Griffith, owner has been spending the winter in dleweight; Joe Dundee, welter-
he team, has turned ag l '-st the vaudeville. wei and Samm T/mAi1t

N[I C PLANER WILL
BE USED AT COLISEUM
hirlwind Machine Of Latest Type
I Purchased To Keep Down
Thickness Of Ice
USED FOUR TIMES A WEEK
With the addition this week of
a modern whirlwind ice planer
which contributes greatly to the
condition of the skating surface as
we'll as bigau important eco-

Large Squad Practicing
Over forty men, including ten
letter winners from last year's
teali, and several members of the
cross-country squad, have becn
taklug daily workouts in preparai-
tion for the indoor season. With ,t
host of good milers to choose from,
Coach Farrell has been paying
special attention to the develop-
ment of a four mile relay team to
compete in the Illinois indoor re-
lays on March 16, and the Penn-
sylvania and Drake relays during*
the outdoor season.
Cross-Couutry Meal Place Well
The first time trial of the year
was held last Saturday, the dis-
tance men competing over a three
quarter mile course, the same dis-
tance that will be run this after-
noon. Wuerfel, Captain of the
1928 cross-country team, led a large
field to the tape in 3:20 4-5, whileI
Benson and Austin, two Sopho-
mores who won their letters on the
harrier squad last fall, and Monroe,
letter winner in the mile event last
year, followed in order.
Jesson and D,Anna, two more
cross-country men, took fifth and1
sixth places. Coach Farrell ex-
pressed himself as well satisfied
with the time for a trial so early
in the season, but expects it to be
hettered in this afternoon's per-
formance.;
Besides the above six placers last
Saturday, several other men will
compete today. Aubrey, Lomont,!
andLawson, three seniors, are ex-
pected to press the leaders, while
Grunow and Aubrey, of the harrier
squad, will also be in the running.
Three members of last year's fresh-
man squad, Feustel, Bazley, and
Mueller, complete the list of en-
trants. The squad will be divided
inato two batches and the places'
determined by timers.
ZUPPKE TO START SPRING J
GRID DRILL FEBRUARY 6
Coach Bob Zuppke of the chan-,
pionship Illini, plans to have an-
other title contender next year if
early practice will make one. He
has ordered the first spring foot-
ball practice of the season for Feb-
ruary 6, in order to get his men
away to a flying start.
The call was issued yesterday,
and in the case that the weather
is such that his men cannot prac-
tice outside, Coach Zuppke plans
to train in Memorial Stadium hall{
until such time as the going on
the regular practice field will allow
its use.-
01IO STATE.-.Campus leaders
are enthusiastic in their endorsal
of plans for a Charity Brawl at
the Ohio State union building. I
Nearly 4000 complimentary ticketsI
have been distributed.

er-manager idea, and he be-
s "Old Barney" is through.
Walter pitches while manag-
the club it will be against my
es," said the Washington prexy,
on a vacation. "I signed him
bench manager, not as a play-
Johnson's Record Great
inson probably will shed few
over Griffith's change of atti-
for he holds the greatest rec-
n point of service of any ma-,
eague hurler. In his long years
the Nationals lie has pitched
ames, won 417 and lost 278 for
rcentage of .600, the records
me Fortune first frowned on
Washington ace in 1926 when
er off Joe Judge's bat whacked
ey on the shin in a training
here. Because of this injury
as able to work in only a few
s that season. Released last
by Griffith to become manager
ewark in the International
e he was confined to his bed
several months, and Newark
ed among the also rans.
ffith believes, however, that
ion gained much valuable ex-
nce in his one season as a
ffith's distrust of play:r map-
goes back to the early days of
ized baseball. In 1901-02 he
layer-manager of the Chicago
and when the American
e was organized in 1903 ie
to the Yanks in the same
ity. "Not once as manager
r did my team finish first,"
Lid.
.e player manager has about!
is race," he said. "It's all right
the team is winning, but'
Lit is losing you don't know.
the playermanager wishes he
lhide in the dugout." He
ated that Bucky Harris' re-
was in' part due to to the "rid-
given him.

Karel Kozeluh, famous tennis
professional f r o m Czecho-
Slovakia, feels that he is cap-
able of winning the champion-
ship of the known tennis world.
To make good his claims, he
has ,issued ehalleinges to Rene

lightweight title holder, are ti
men affected.
None of these flighter has de-
fended their crowns within the last
six months, the time allowed by
the ;N.B.A. rules. This action means
that these champions would not be
recognized in twenty-seven states
which are members of the asso-
ciation.
C. M. Chapman, chairman of
the racing commission of the
National Power Boat associa-
tion announced after a meeting

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Lacoste, Henri Cochet, and our
o 1 " BigBill" Tilden.
Kozeluh will have his hands full
if he intends' to defeat these three
great amateu s who have kept the
world's best players at bay for the
last few yearm IShou1ld B 1 ill"

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nomic factor in the maintainence
of the rink, the equipment of the
artificial ice skating property in the
revamped Coliscum is practically
complete.
The planer, being of a very mod-
ern type, and costing approximate-
ly $15,000, runs over the ice by its
own power under the guidance of
a single operator. Only a half hour
will be required to plane from one-
eighth of an inch to one inch from
the entire surface of the Coliseum
rink.

BASKETBALL PUACTICE
All members of the Varsity
and Junior Varsity basketball
squads are requested to report
at the following times during the
examination period for practice.

January 29-3:30
January 31-3:30
February 2-3:30+
February 5-3:30
February 6-3:30
February 7-3:30
February 8-7:30

o'clock.
o'clock.
o'clock,
o'clock.
o'clock.
o'clock.
o'clock.

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NEW YORK YANKEES ARE .
GONSIDERED BEST OF
JUNIOR LEAGUE TEAMS
(fy Associated Press)
CEICAGO, Jan. 25.-With re-
vamped infields, mnore or less un-
certain outfields and likely looking
newcomers among battery men,
the American league this year as-
sumes the aspect of a one-ring
circus with the New York. Yankees
the ring-master.
Although the ofIr-season was;
productive of deals designed to
improve the various clubs it, re-
mains to be seen whether the
changes have been for the better.
On paper the trades seem to have
struck a more even 'balance; among
the entries.
The weaker clubs seemea to
have been strcngthened while the
first division teams' activities in
the market apparently have not
bolstered their lineups to any great
extent.

ana xoc y road iooms anead for
the Wisconsin basketball five, con-
querors of Purdue at Lafayette on
Monday last, if "Doe" Meanwell's
hopes are to finish the present
Conference chase at the top of the
jumbled heap.
Unfortunately the Badgers en-
countered ill luck on the rotating,
schedule, for when the playing
' chart was designed for 1928-29,
the Cardinal drew Indiana, Purdue,
Michigan and Northwestern. These
are the five serious obstacles before
the lanky Wisconsin cagers.
Wolverines Appear On Schedule
Michigan, the only team to de-
feat the present Wisconsin quintet,
is not likely to prove a gracious
host when Meanwell and his ath-
letes take to the road for their re-
turn match at Ann Arbor on
March 4. The title-bound Wolves
are always hard to handle on their
home court.
The Badgers will start their sec-
ond semester's drive with a game
at Bloomington on Feb. 16 when
the Hoosiers will initiate Wiscon-
sin into the wide expanse of the
new Indiana field house. Coach
Dean's men are rapidly finding
themselves, and their play next
month is certain to fulfill the;
promises made by critics before the
schedule started.
1 Two of Coach Meanwell's remain-'
ing half dozen tilts are wiun North-
western. The Wildets and Badgers I
meet at Evanston on Feb. 18 and
then clash in their second battle
on the 25th at Madison. With Rut
(Continued on Page Seven)

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weaken due to his many years of i at the motor boat show that As it will be operated at the
campaigning, there is little doubt the gold cup regatta will be Mihi an rink it is estimated that
but that the Frenchmen could held this year on the Shrews- a single planing of one-fourth inch
I more then hold their own with any bury river at Redbank, N. ., I will remove from the surface ten
Sof the livingstars.on August 24 and 25. No race tons of ice. If the machine is
was held last year, but the cut uscd at its maxium load, the ice,
went to the Columbia Yacht . shaved off the Coliseum rink would
The withdrawal of Reigh club by default, as that orgami- amount to at least 50 tons.
handicap race in England has zation was runner-up to George Such a lanr is absolutely neces-
caused a stir of comment as to . Townsend in 1927. sary for the proper handling of- n
the cause of the sudden action. ice rink if a surface of the best
The name of the winner of the Announcement of the engag possible quality is desired. The
last Kentucky Derby was pube ent of Ed "Strangler" Lewis form- Coliseum rink is flooded twice each
lished Wednesday night an the er heavyweight wrestling chan- -day and consequently, there is
hishedf Wed-nesdayanigsio the on, to Elaine Tomaso, noted P'- added to the thickness of the ice
list of non-acceptances for the anist and accompanist was made I about one inch every week.
race. recently in Chicago. Miss Tomao i
is the daughter of Salvatore To- In as much as the artificial ice
Although there was no ofilcial inaso, symphony director and comn- plant is most efficient when the ice
explanation, it is thought that the poser. This will be Lewis' third is only one inch thick above the
action was taken because of the marriage, tops of the pipes, the addition of
one inch of ice each week would
01110 SATE FOOTBALL I which will be known as 'The IAll- soon result in a soft skating sur-
American hlop."; face,. The planer is to be; usedI be-
STARS SHOW DRAMATIC Raskowskiw a anl'ill-American tweRn two and four tines a week
TALENT IN PRODUCTION Itackle in 1927 and Fesler cre l'mCd ii oi'rder to maintain the ice at a
that honor last fall as an end, but thickness of one inch all of the
'both have dramatic experience. time,
OHIIO STATE UNiVERSITY.--_______ ~ - __
Ohio State's two all-Americans. * * * * *
Lo R nkrnvk nnr WncA l F l

3.t 1Crsliowski a Ul esley esier
have discarded the cleats for the
ballet pumps.
When the Columbus showing of
Scarlet Mask Revue opens at the
Hiartman heater, February 14,
Raskowski and Fesler will be fea-
tured in a special tap dance

BETWE N TH E EXAMS
A ND AF TE R T HE S HOW
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SWIMMING MEET

Michigan's swimming team
will meet Indiana in the first
Big Ten meet of the season at
7:30 o'clock next Saturday
night, Feb. 2, in the new In-
tramural building pool. Ad-
mission .will be 50 cents, as
student coupons will not be
valid:

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