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DNESDAY, JANUARY 22, .1930

THE MI-CHICAN

DAIL Y.

PAGE SEVEN

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VORLD'S CHAMPION PUCKMEN
MOVE TOWARD SECOND NATIONAL TITLE

Ittram'ura1 News

Wisconsin Ousts Indiana Quin.
tet as Runner-up to Leading
Boilermaker Five.

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Fr

aternity Bowlers .
Open Meet at Union

MICHIGAN BREAKS EVEN
Wisconsin's Varsity basketball
team, co-champions with Michigan
for the 1928-29 basketball title of
the Western Conference, by virtue
of its 33 to 23 victory over Chi-
cago Monday night climbed into
second place in the Big Nine stand-
ings as Indiana dropped a wild
scoring orgy to Michigan, 45 to 26.
These two games were the only ones
scheduled in the Conference for the
first part of this week.
The game at Madison between the
Badgers and the Maroons was a
rough and tumble battle in which
26 personal fouls were called. The
sterling work of Captain Bud Fos-
ter, Wisconsin scoring ace, was
outstanding, the Badger center ac-
counting for four goals from the
floor and two charity tosses to roll
up a total of. 10 points. Marshall
Fish starred for the Chicago out-
Wisconsin's victory puts them in
second place in the standings with
a percentage of .750. Indiana's de-
feat by Michigan leaves Purdue as
the only Big Nine team remaining
with a perfect record. Previous to
the Hoosiers' loss, Indiana had not
been defeated.
Deadlocked for third place are Il-
linois and Indiana, with two wins
and oane loss apiece, while Michi-
gan and Northwestern possess .500
ratings. None of the remaining
three teams, Ohio State, Chicago,
or Minnesota, have yet won a con-
ference battle.

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Intefraternity bowling got under;
way at the Union alleys, Monday
afternoon. Phi Beta Delta's five
man team rolling a 2011 score andj
Phi Kappa Psi rolling 1977. Fifty-
foi' teams have entered this event!
and each day at 4:00, 7:00, 8:30,1
two teams will take the alleys. Last
yea' Delta Sigma Delta won with a;
total of 2432 pins followed by Alpha
Delta Phi with 2313 pins.
WEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE

Alpha A.
Psi Upsilon A Vs. Phi Alpha
.Delta A.
7:00-Tai Kappa Epsiloh A Vs.
Zeta Beta Tau A.
Sigma Chi A vs. Alpha
Omega A.
Nu Sigma N A vs. Theta Xi,
A.
Sigma Phi Epsilon A vs. Pi
Kappa Phi A.
7:40-Theta Kapp. Psi A vs.
Sigma Zeta A.
Theta Kappa Nu A vs.
Delta Phi A.
Alpha Rho Chi A vs. Chi
Psi A.
Theta Delta Chi A vs. Phi
Beta Delta A.

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Bowling. j 8:20-Triangle A vs. Trignon A.f
4:00-Tau Delta Phi and Alpha Delta Upsiton A vs. Phi Chi
Kappa Lambda. A.
7:00-Lambda CLiidAlpha and Phi Rho Sigma A vs. Phi
Phi Gamma Delta.( Kappa Psi A.
8:30--Sigma Nu and Hermitage. Theta Chi A vs. Phi Kappa
Handball. A.
7:30-Detroit Players vs. Michi- I 9:00-Phi Epsilon Pi A vs. Delta
gan Players (exhibition Tau Delta A.
matches) . Alpha Tau Omega A vs.
1. Jones vs. Bathey. Tau Epsilon Phi A.
2. Gehring vs. Bell. Kappa Nu A vs. Phi Sigma
3. Langlois vs. York. Delta A.
4. Friedman vs. Kamman. Phi Mu Alpha. A vs. Delta
5. Gorelick vs. Rothenberg. Sigma Pi A.
6. Berg (Toledo) vs. Schau- 9:40-Alpha Phi Delta A vs. Al-
felberger. pha Chi Sigma A.
7. Riskey vs. Hovey. Psi Omega A vs. Beta Sig-
8. Bishop vs. Dr. Vyn . maPsi A.
9. Kipke-Blott vs Merry- Kappa Sigma A vs. Chi Phi
Doughnehy. A.
Basketball. Phi Sigma Kappa A vs. Al-
4:15-Sigma Pi A vs. Pi Kappa pha Kappa Kappa A.
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BIG NINE STANDINGS.
Team W L Pet.
Purdue - .. ..... .2 0 1.000
Wi sonsin.......... 1 .750
Inninois -...-.. .. ..2 1 .667 I
Illinois ... . . . . .2 1 .667,
MICHIGAN . .........2 2 .500I
Northwestern.......2 2 .500
Chicago ...... ..... .0 2 .000
Minnesota .... . . ..0 2 .000
Ohio State .......0 2 .000.

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Sign
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Three star performers on the
Boston Bruins, World's champion
hockey team. The Bruins defeat-
ed the tetroit Cougars, 5-4, in a
fast game Sunday night to chalkf
up their twenty-first win of the
season.
The champions have lost only{
four encounters, having taken 141
straight contests. They are far out
in front of all their opponents in
the National Hockey league, having
piled up a total of 42 points, with
the Montreal Maroons, their near-
est competitor having gleaned only
30 points by winning 14 games and
i dropping eight.
#Fred Hitchman, a defense man,
captains the title holders, with
Dutch Gainor and Cooney .Weiland
playing on the wing positions. The
offensive line composed of Gainor,
Clapper, and Weiland is reputed toI
have the most speed, the greatestj
deception, and the most accurate
shooting ability of any offensive
combination in the league.
YEARLING TRACK
TEAM IMPROVES I
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vitch who is entered in the mile,:
half-mile and high hurdles where1
as a Detroit Northeastern athlete
he held the State Championships in
each, is the other outstanding man,
on the squad of ninety-five.
The size of the squad at present
is much smaller than it was at the
beginning of the season due to the.
careful cutting which the yearling
mentor has subjected it to. Al-
though no regular practice sessions
will~be held for the freshmen dur-
ing the exam period, Coach Hoyts
will be at the Field House every
afternoon to take care of those who
can come out for a workout.
No telegraphic meets have beenI
arranged as yet for the Wolverine1
squad, but Coach Hoyt expects
that . alrraingements will be com-i
pleted for such meets with Minne-
sota and Illinois.

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Al Marsters to Coach
Side Court Boston University Team,
Shots (y Associated Preiss>,
I BOSTON, Jan. 20-Al Marsters,
whose football career at Dartmouth
tcame to an abrupt and dramatic
(Cntnedlose ag H) 1iclose during the Yale game of last
i eadeth clseguarding Hooie sason, was today signed to coach
defense and ring up a healthy the Boston University varsity foot-
lead. ball team for the 1930 season.
In tallying 45 points, the Marsters is to be the co-coach ofj
Wolverines broke the 40-point the team, as Hilary Mahaney, for-
mark against a conference op- mer Holy Cross star end, is to share
ponent for the first time singe in the burden of directing the foot-
the 1927-28 season and rolled ball players.
up their third highest total in The athletic council of Boston
Cnference copetitionay University, which announced the
three years. Also Monday's appointment today, said that the
1 Wolverme win was by the Iformer head co-coaches, Reginald
aole rginbask etbraco by Brown and Ed Robinson, were not
ai Wovere antba obIto return next year.
nation over. Indiana.
Still further in this manner of Brown and Robinson have been
statistics Michigan's total against together for many years. Robinson
Indiana was the largest ever amas- was head coach at Brown for twen-
sed by any Conference cage team ty-four years, leaving in 1924 to
against the men of Bloomington handle the Boston University team,
in the last nine years. with Brown as co-coach. Brown
If the Wolverines continue was assistant to Robinson at the
to turn out the brand of heads Providence institution for twelve
up ball which featured their years and ha, served as Harvard
play Monday night, Michigan ! coach and scout.
sport followers will have every Marsters, new to coaching, will
reason to hope for the staging coach the back field, with Mahaney
of comeback similar to the one handling the line. Mahaney has
of 1926. In that year the Mather j been an assistant to Robinson and
coached team lost four out of Brown at B. U. for the past four
five games after winning the i years and has an excellent know-
first two and were counted out ledge of the players.
of the race only to win their ---
remaining games and finish in Yale, Columbia, California, Cor-
a quadruple tie for top hon- nell, Navy, and Washington promise
ors. good crews for the coming season.

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(By Associated Press)
MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 21-The Uni-
iversity of Minnesota will have a
new football coach before the end
of the week.
This was indicated today as Dr.
Lotus D. Coffman, president of the
university, began looking over the
list of likely candidates to succeed
Dr. Clarence W. Spears, who on
Saturday signed as head football
coach at the University of Oregon.
Dr. Spears returned today to pre-
sent his formal resignation as
Gopher gridiron mentor, a post he
had held for five years. He ex-
pressed himself as well pleased with
his new. job, which will pay a sal-
ary of $11,500 annually.
No individual has yet been agreed
upon as Spear's successor at Min-
nesota by Dr. Coffman and, the sen-
ate committee on intercollegiate
athletics, the ruling body of sports
at the Gopher school, which is
anxious to have one selected this
week. Spring football practice be-
gins February 1.

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