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ENIEED W MI ving tmbledc the Wolverines sature of all the players eept I nr at center, and ovell and Rick-
ou fal u h rmtsCpsi aptaingvet e tts at the guards." Loveli,.ccount-
Vaity" Members Return From bility of retaining the Western Con- ni quintet a., definite advantage." ed for every one of the, Viarstys Egt rtriiswl opt
Blooiigton to Coulpete ference basketball champrionship, However, thle; Badgers are nioted five points ini this per xod sinking i h nrmrlbidn Olil
in Detroit. the "green" Illini quintet will clash fo a'ig h albeuiul two baskets and a foul. nefr t rs:hesimn
___1_with the Wisconsin basketeers this and for executing 'complicated At the start of the second half ampifot oshpromthimppmig
evening at Madison. Sharing the Truskowsk and Kanitz went to the1 last year's titleholders. This will
USE" TWO REL.AY TEAMS plays with pleasing precision.
____leading position in the race for fradpstos hptht o bades ak f h eut
title honors with 'Purdue by virtuek An Indiana quintet which has fradpstos hpa~t o b n aytsi h eut
Returning today from the Idia- of two victories in two starts, the tasted sthe: bitter :dregs of defeat inI center, and. Weiss and .Orwig tq thej of the preliminaries are taken as
na swimmig meet, the Wolverine Indian quintet must emerge tri- II ll its pre-conference, contests will guard poan ,xWeiss movihgtuwito happenals.
nasI ass;Wis oi t p-ot;therelimnris.urdy
varsity ".natators will. go directly to umphant in tonight's encounter to !attempt: to .wreck the, title aspira- Chapman's :postion .aife ti
Detroit to participate in the Mich- continue to load the, pack. tions of a ta ll rangy Wlcat aggre- ofI hscmiain lyd"a-te h Kpasimr o l
TertrofCpanMlshsgt ntiht at Bloomington oInhs-obntnpae g-h PiKap wmer o l
igan A A. U. meet to be held there Tlerti^o at~~ il a ao ng2ressve ball, showing much more' must every first and a number (f
added a great veteran to Coach4l diana. ohrpae.Teol te ei
a8:30 tonight in. the Women's City. Craig Ruby's line-up and if there The Hoosiers won their first con- punch thahx was displayed at-an - ontner eTemsoyeoThetea
club pool. In the last M. A. A. U. are two sophomores in the. regular ference, tilt, however,, conquering time In the; Illinois "encounter: last} Chi,: with a few others standing arn
mleet held in the, Intramural pool, quintet it is Ibecau~se they outclass iicg ~iiy~t~~1 ~lh Monday. outside chance.
oahMtManspoestokIthe veterans they replace.. Captainl western after using their heighth to c ftieVarit, tthe Th results of the preimiaries:
C~ehMttMans rteestok.Mills led all the conference. guards; outscore the Badgers were forced toypposing Yon 200-yard relay won by Phi Kappa
four first places, Captain Garnet last year in scoring wit-h 67 points, bow to the brilliant play ofJ fr eshman s regular lineup .were ,Psi (Patton, Orr;- Pottle, Ksi) Time.
Ault. turning in a record breaking r'wo of the sophomores, , awl "Stretch" Murphy ,and his associ- Evelin and B3aldwin at- the ;for-11:50.
erformance in the 500 yard free andPenel, played with the high - tes froml Purdue.j wards, Manuel at cent-r, and Shaw- 50-yard. brest stroke: 1st heat
styl evntschool team of Cicero, ILl, when it1 Zeller, a Hoosier sophomore from and Altenhoff' at the uards. IFvc- waon by Nose, Phi Kappa Psi Pot-
stl eihgnv ilent erto.ea won the national championship in, East Chicago, sank six basket, 11 li un again sarred for thee earlings ti, Phi Kapa Piscod
team IntheSenor 00 ardrelyi1927. The Illini employ a) stalling the Chicago game, five of them be- writh his fast and shifty lpor Mor kShrtPi eaDlahid
teambern Waleir400W aritrea, game coupled with a slow break ing lug-n from the center of the floor, the freshman star keeping Bill Or-j Time. 36. 2nd heat won by Ashton,
Ioffense to bafle their opponents. With Ca ptain. Branch McCracken wg o h jumpfo h tr oLmd h lh;Pwr ht
PIP, Hubley will teamr up, with Ladd This combination plus a .well-ziha the pivot post, noted also for tl~e finish of the half. A tehoff. Cli, second; , oldmarn Phi Sigm:3a
comsltinge, otherre aysHuhd. perfect. defense which allowed ; his scoring ability, the Hoosiers Ianid Shaw, the two n -r ds, also f-ta ,th r . Tie
ll oif thee men are members of, Michigan but fotr. field goals ini the have more than an outside chance looked god. . 5 ni r ee ea,'.T-~ t won
th ovrn ast wmiggame here frelast. Monday night may of winning especiallyh with the con-j_ -
teamn, several of them being ceep- prove. a hurdle too. high for the test on their floor.,
tioall fat srinersandthe .Meanwell coached aggregation to NOTWSEN NVRIT
shld hw pwelagistay Illinois i hll start three of the' Men at Northwestern were again
Coach a Ma nnh has e entered Walai- svnophooe aing the. trip.j reminded., by a notice on the front I
Pis oandraik in the Senior fancy Bob Kamp and Ed Kawal Will beI page of their Daily that they were
low; board diving contest. Walaitis the guards; May, center, and Ha-1 not to have dates for athletic con- 71a z .e.,aeo
per and Babe Kamp, forwards.' tests. It is an old tradition still a k ' r
was the high scorer in the last A. Captain Mills will alternate with enforced because it is believed that
A. Uf. meet carrying of f first place Bob Kamp at guard. - dates detract from the men's en-
honors in the diving and 50 yard The Badgers, though they thusiasm for the game and do notl
free style events. Raike is also dropped their first conference game show respect for the players who F u t
expected to turn in some good dives,. to Northwestern, camne back and areclunable to bring girls.
F.our Wolverines are entered in overcame~ Ohio State, one of the'
the junior 150 yard back stroke teams Illinois also defeated. The NEW YORK-Gene Tunney, re-
event. Schmieler, a freshman, who team presents the typical Mean-well tired heavyweight champion of the A little saving each week will' I
f-ised third in the century back- defense that makes scoring difficultI world, continues to improve fol-'a
stroke, will head the list. Meigs, for any opponent, but the short f lowing his recent operation here.
doldberg, and Boldt will also swim .- - -- ,--- ----- HAPPINESS AND CONTEN'
in this event.
Toteams are entered in the MICHIGAN AND OHIO STATE OPEN
ker will do the free style, and Gold- BIG. NINE MAT SCHEDULE TONIGHT inou
smith the breast stroke, and Valen-I (ContitulFoPge6 with a timeavge of 6:18. Kel-
tine the back stroke for one team, out- Texera for the berth on- thisadntg
Walaitis will swim the free style for trip will go to the mat for Mihi- ]Y, wohl h 4 post, was in- l ,
the other team with Thompson in gan withl Wadsid as his op-luetfrhheOi matn ast-STMyear. .
the breast stroke and Warner in ponient. Aldirnger is a sophomoere and Benz was sent to the t i ..1 A 3I .LL, J
thietback stroke. prospect who has shown great pro- his place, and despite a great ef- 4
This meet, held under the auspic- misc and Coac enepet ht fort, his inexperience weighed ,.-
cs of teDolphin Swimming cub xIiidvlphintoenexectiss t-theavily against him and fHall, againt C L U B
, h a e w l e eo i t n f h s m s i p o e tt n g t o .s being sponsored by the M ichi- valuable perform ers-. h s o p n n o i h ,w n
gan A. A.. U. In addition to the., Captain Hlewitt evil be in his ac- At 158 and 163 Kelly and Park- N
four events for men, three .vents!1 custoniec place at 128 pounds where e, twvo Michigan veterans will find dasI
are.. scheduled~.for women swim- he will find Tiffany to give hint op; Sloant and Tarr to furnish them :.. -... -..a few mf9or'e d"s
-mters. These are the 50 and 100 position tonight. Tiffany is an- Iwth penty of Lgi't. Tarr s a three
yard free style for senior wom'ien . other of the sophomores in the y ~ear man while ,Sloan is reputed to
'and the 100 yard free style -for ;jun- Buckeye .lineup, and against the be a wrestler of the. first order. The J I
Ir.star Wolverine should ilearn somec past performances of the Wolves NO/
-Winners in this meet. will beprey things he has never known before , ive them an edge over their oppon-.
90entecl with official gold, silver, and Two first year men will ;meet -inc!ets, however
br'onze 'championship medals. It is' the 138 pound battle with doe Woo- Al Steinke in his first Conference1
expected that this affair will draw dard scheduled to carry the Maize match will be opposed by .Bach-
the-"best men. and women swimmers, and Blue against Watters. Woodardf man, a sophomore 178 pounder,!
in the state, indl new state records performed well on the eastern trip, who gave a good account of him=
are looked for in several of the while W atters accounted. for one of - self in the 'Western Reserve match. jrA
events. ____ the falls for Ohio against Western Probably the outstanding perfor- A nfl A rb o r Sav in~
Reserve. heavyw tei orprStatea J h
-MIAMI BEACH-Samimy.Mandell, Something of a "grudge fight" hevyonigtephiesetateeai th aMain at Huron 7
*6rldl's lightweight champion, re-_ will probably develop at 158 pounds who went through the season last
Gently fought a. draw with the Cu- with Benz, stocky Wolverine, fight- year with" but one defeat, at the
ban, Manuel Quintero, in a non- ing to avenge a defeat of last year hands of td George. Stoddard willt-
title bout held here. f when Hall won a match from. him,- oppose the Buckeye star.
by Patton, Phi Kappa Psi; Kirn,
Phi Kappa Psi, second. Time :27.5.
2nd heat won by Pocock, Chi Psi ;
Newman, Phi Sigma Delta, second.
Time :27.1. 3rd heat won by Town-
send, Theta Clii; Whitter, Lambda
Kappa Alpha, second. Time :28.2.
220-yard free style won by Fos-
sum, Theta Chi; Power, .Theta Chi.
second; Anderson, Theta Xi, third.
50-yard backstroke won by Hodg-
son, Phi Kappa Psi; Crego, Theta
Chi, second; Pottle, Phi Kappa Psi,
third; Gale, Theta Chi, fourth.
100)-yard free style won by Pat-
ton, Phi Kappa Psi; Pocock, Cli
Psi, second; Whitter, Lambda Ka-p-
pa .Alpha, seconid;Possum, Theta
Cl-i, third. Time :64.
Diving wvon by Fornberger, Phi
Chi; Gale, Theta Chi, second;
Fisher, Alpha +Omeg. third.
The following teams have quali-
fied to contest in the 150-yard med-
ley l e'ay : Si - ma Chi, Phi Kappa
R-!,u Ci 1 ., Theta Xi, and Thset a
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