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PAIGB SEN

THE MICHIGAN-

D, A t L Y-

WEDNESDAY; J'AiVU RIY 28; 1.130.

,,G. IrT E M C I A A L EDEDY ALA~2,l99

MH IA i G T NSdPE R F E C T- O F F E N S I

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PrCourt Shots

HIGH SCORERI

-Detroit Team Seeks Second Win
Over a Michigan quintet s
on Own Floor.E.
MET RESERVES BEFOREt
With an entirely new style of at-
tack tucked away in reserve, Coachz
Courtright will send his "B" team
charges against their former con-1
querors, Detroit City College, to-
night in Detroit. Both the practicE
sessions this week were devoted tr
the Perfect on of a new offense thai
is e°.vpeted to solve the Detroiter'.
effective defense which was too
strong for the Wolverines in their
first game during the ChristmasI
holidays.
The Detroit quintet has had only
a mediocre season and recently lost
a game to the Kalamazoo cagers.
who split a two game series withI
the Wolverines. On the other hand,
the game tonight will be the elev-
enth for the Maize and Blue Jun-I
for varsity and will give them an '
opportunity to break above their
average of five hundred percent
for the season so far.
Although booked as a return en-s
gagemnent, this encounter can not
possibly see more than three of the1
Michigan players in action wvho
participated in the game earlier in
the season. This game was played
by the Varsity reserves rather than
the "B" team and only three of
these men are now on the Junior
varsity.
Something of an idea of what
the Wolverines will be up against to-
night may be gleaned from the fact,
that the reserves lost to the De-
troiters 'in the third overtime pe-
riod. Ther Michigan cagers in' the
first game failed to win largely be-'
cause of their inability to drop in
free throws.
The Detroit City College five also1
possessed a loose man to man de-,
fense which prevented the Wolver-
ines from working the ball in for1
shor't shots forcing them to try
for long tomns, none of which they
were able to register.
Coach Courtright has not yet de-
termined definitely who he will
start tonight although it is likely
that only one Wolverine cagerl
who competed in the first game be-
tween Detroit and Michigan will=1
start the game. Lindsay, who1
played with the Varsity reserves in
the first game, will start at one of
the forwards. Either Hole or Jan-
nett will fill in at the other for-
ward at the beginning of the game.
Combe is still the best bet for the
center berth and Tyler and Justice,
will probably start as the guards
although Lytle. may. start in theIt
place of one of these men, accor d-I
ing to Coach Courtright.j

v Jy Wand L. Warl e.r.

!into effect. with their basket-

Possibly worse, cxhibitipa4, of the ;
sport termed basketball. have. been, In their efforts to beep the Wol-
.layed on:j tho field- hoi~sc floor, but! verines from ' coring,' thi Gophers
ta is dou~?tfu1l, if speca tors have! criniteq. 15 personal fouls. Mich-T
---tnessed, a poorer peLou~mance of igan capitalized on the misdirected
two Conferenc~e teams thani that; zeal of the visitors, making good
which occurred Moray i' iht. It on 14 out 'of 21 free throws. Coach;
was a ase of- a teaia that could Veenker should be well pleased
not play w4ith any degr~ee of skill , with the ability of his players to
against one. that, did ol have to count from the penalty stripe, is'
play.' they have dropped in 31 out of
____a possible 41 gift shots in twot
Minhima~n va inth lat games.

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category3. The Wlvrieia~l-
Sized the ca1~re of their op-
ponenits af ter thae fA~st feW
Eminutes of play, anid hence. did
not extend themselves. A--
though they were ap qayently
off on their shooting ability,
Coach Veenker's ncIA made un
for this deficiency wit~h their
air-tight defente.
Time and agai~n the Gophers

DT1.ch Iianitz has proved to
be the, sharpsho6ter' of the
(,Continued on Pade 7)
VARTYCGR
I N 'LI GHT DRILL
Coach Veenker Discusses Chicago's
$6-ring Plys in Chalk Talk

would tak~e the balcdown the floor Aitr IFloor Session.Vo
only to be halted by the Wolver- -
ines' guarding efforts. After sev- Spending most of the afternloon:
eral minutes of slow dribbling, a devising ways and means of stop-
Minnesota player would make a, ping Chicago's Maroon five when WicsiBuFotr
vain break for the basket, but on' the Midway school plays host to theinthBgcaesrhosla-
ingtheBibNine basketball scorers
only five occasions did these dashes Wolverines. Friday night, Coach' in 'rolling up points in Coi'4erence.
materialize in field goals. M chi- Veenker devoted the Varsity prac-'cmeiin otrhssn
gan's defense. look~ed extremely. tice.'session yesterday to light drills cobasetstian.18Fosr atotal o
good, but possiblyit v as thze nia-, on odense and to a chalk talk. lAf-52. points, 10, ahead of McCracken
ture of the opposition.; ter, the regular drill.. at shooting~ fIdaa
the Michigan squad retired to the _____ __
Athletic ;uthlorities at 1t1in-, team roomn in the Field House fori
nesota recently made the an-S discussion of the Chicago, scoriag Mic i gaflivMIinesota
nouncement that they were plays, only to appear on the floor
going to pursue a policy of ,later for touching up on their owxn," Cagre Tilt Broadicast
taking sports less seriously at1 fast-brea1king 'combinations.
the Mimwrapo is instit iqu.A It Although, the score which the i o-a ih'sbsebl a
Sappears that they have but this Wolverines ran u-p. against a weak between Michigan and Minnesota,
- Gopher aggregation Monday night:W'hich terminated in a 26-13 winr
Wreslin Tea Drllswas far from impressive, thec Var - for the Wolverines, was put on the
sity playseting working wellscrand' air over. Station WJBK at Ypsilanti,
for Purdue Encounter the e eegtigit crn hog h oreyo h hli
position only to be fouled by theirt. PackAdvte o ortsn Company, 01ip
Michigan's Conference chain- I opponents. This is shown. by the iAn Arbor and Detroit.
pionship wrestling team, victors' great number of tries from charityE The game was announced by
over Franklin and Marshall, prince- lade which the officials gave them, Herbert E. Vedder, former sports
ton, Ohio State, and MichiganE twenty-one in all, out of which they editor of the Daily, and the Anni
State in this year's competition, isi counted on 14. , Arbor correspondent for the Chi-
going through its paces daily underI Michigan's defense against Min-, cago Tribune.. The report was
the direction of Coach Cliff Keen nesota kept the invaders away from 'phoned 'to. Ypsilanti, from, where
in an effort to be in the best ofi the basket- throughout the gamne, it Was put on the air by Mr. Vedder.
condition when they meet Purdue and did much to add to the slow- It is probable that the remainder
on Feb. 15, at Yost Field house. Ines s of the contest. Against a team of Michigan's honme basketball
Extensive individual work mark- (( with a less holeproof defense, the ' games will" also be broadcast, a
ed yesterday's practice 5Seion ,i Gophers would break for the bas- Iboothi being erected in Yost Field
Coach Keen demonstratzn 7 ve'-r%1 ket, but the guarding demonstrat- #ho1use expressly for that -purpose.
hlilds. and methods of breaking ed by the Wolves kept the ball near This will assure the radio audience
them to the grapplers in an effort the' center of the floor with the cif an account of the gamnes direct
to perfect them in wrestling tac- (Continues on Page p) from the court.
tics.__________________________________________
Michigan's work against the
powerful Spartan aggregation last *1
Saturday at East Lansing stood out The Down Town Stork for ihi n n en
as the Wolverines' best showing of
the present camxpaign. In- this ecr,~ nlre o hs
meet, which Michigan won by ai An enoe, gnle e-fo h
score of 24-6, the Wolverines ouarT e
dropped only two matches to their trm ndul..'shrs
opponents. Texeria and Woodardsaenditr
were the Michigan men to be de-a YOU11money - garanteeute

FOSTER, WISCONSIN STAR, RETAINS rrrultTCA
TOP POSITION IN BIGNINESCOR NG[IillliI Jft
Bud Foster, speedy Wisconsini number of men among the first 15 gr Rn1
forward, retained his position~ of leading Conference sorers, four. of1P LA i N M5 IUCI
leadng sore of he esten Ithe Wolverine regulars beig class-
Con3ference with a margin: of 10 ed among this select group. Trus- Rune La~ost~e Mgkcs Statement
pons oerhisneaes oponetkotivski, with 37 points, leads thec That He Will Take Part
Branch McCracken of Indiana,
when the smoke 'of the Saturday Michigan team in scoring, follow-ed i ores
and Monday, basketball games in by. Orwig, with 30 points, Kanritz, i i ores
the Big Nine had cleared, with 24, and Chapman, with 22. HITS AMERICANI HOPES
Foster. Who is the mainstay of Dr. I Weiss, the other. Wolverine regular, ____
Mcanwell's team that 'is making it has 14 points to his credit, but his Fec ai u ees oe
hot for, Purdue, Conference leaders, positionDonvtheCtamdcallssforohims
has amassed , total of 52: points, to feed the ball to his teammates soe eie iewt h n
making 17 field goals and 18, tosses rather than make as many shots noun-cement by no less an authmori-
fiom the charity stripe. McCracken' imel. ty than Bill. Tilden that. the mna-
as slink 16 baskets and added 10 Indiana and Northwestern both chine-like Rene Lacoste would very
foul throws to total 42. In. thir'd trail. Michigan closely, each placing probably be ready to take up the
glace, five points behind the. mdi- ~three men amiong the first 15. point- fight this summer~ when the, Au--
ana captain., is Joe Ti.'uskowski of getters. Purdue has two men, Mur- I a-or tr op ocamth
Mmchgan wh ha 13basetsandphy and Wooden, in the group,i coveted; trophy which has beeu for-
11 free throws for a total of 37. while 'Wisconsin, Ohio State, Sand !ei to these shores 'since 19-26.
of hia showed the 'remainder Chicago, contribute one: apiece.ThtLaotispnigaote
th&Bi Nie eam is hel ii IFollowing are' the , list- of the international campaign, is great
the matter. of placing the most I first 15 Conference scorers:I estdomienantfooer
INIVDUL OIN w-ho were not at all confident as to
.PUC.K ,FOLLOWERS '. Ft. Tp Ithe abilities of the aging meal of
i ~Foster, Wis. .........1,V 18- .52 1the tricolor 'to withstand the con-
IRO IE TREATMcCracken, Ind.l......1]6 16 42 t-inual:. bu~ffeting of thoe younger
I ROI S TH AT iTruskowski, M0....13 11 37Unitedi Stat stnn~tlent. Ti
IIWalter, North. ......12 10 34ditict ddtn toteta. f
Calgary .MIacs. forM, Greatest Duo teller, Ind. ..........12 7; 31 yearago which so soundly trimmned
in Amnateur Hockey Circles, _Orwig, Mich.......... 9 12 30 I.Aineric'a with Tilden in the singles.
Marque tte Favorie. ait, ic...... 8 24 conpetition- Without the services of
Maizrich.......6 1 24the most conisistantly' "spectaculart
~ IWhnEdieLowey VrstyChapman,Mic..............10 '2 1of their. 'top-notchers, Lacoste, Will-
pucksters tangle 'with Marquette vn-Oxi10 2 2 serve as a decided edge' this year.
7tomorrow evening on the Coliseum ,Murphy, Purdue ....5 211 Big Bill Tilden, now playing in
l ice, Wolverine puck followers wi ill JRie, North........... 9 3 21 I the touir-ament' along the 'Riviera
1 be treated to one. of the best stick- Wooden, Purdue... ,... 9 2 20 writes in the cu rent issue of-
handlilng exhibitions of the year- Veller, Inid. ......... 5 10 20 "American Lawn Tennis" that far
The Hilltoppers boast one of the Fih;h......7 6 2 from retiring from the ' gamli La-
stron-gest puck combine~s in inter-'__________________ coste expects to Aplay. in' the French
collegiate hockey circles and sure-j and' English champI' iships this
ly a team which is second, to none POSTPONES TRIP year and to return to his 'old place
in matteri of past performnances in ',under the: tri-color when the Davis
the middle west.' j Elton E. (Tad) Wieman's trip Cup campaigni gets underway.
The Milwyauke. skaters, a winner to Minnesota to confer with the This. is, the. moist reassuring aews
,over Michigan a weep ago on their officials of 'the Minnesota Athlet-t of Lacoste reecived since last
ihome rink by. a 3-1 count, are ank- ic Committee as to the poss'ibili- summer' when a stubborn cold bor-
ious to repeat over the Wolves and ties of his assuming the position (derringOn influenza prevented hien
thus clinch honors for the year of grid mentor at the Gopher in- for comnpetini at Wimxbledon and
against the Wolverine pucksters. stitution to succeed Dr. Clrnethem- kept him out of 'the Franco-
f In the All-American combination Spears, has been postponed in- A1merican battle which j.aplly'end-
of Danny MacFayden and Pudge definitely, it was announced by ed in- the reten tion of ¢th& dhain-
yMacKenzie, the Calgary Macs form Mr. Wieman yesterday. He will~ pionship honors by the great net
si an offensive duo whichi is second make the trip when ar time moreI stars of the Tni-color. Lacoste spent
t1jto none in amateur hooiey. Moore, suitable to the Minnesota board much of his time over the past year
- i a newcomer to the ranks of the can be agreed. upon'.jini a sanitariurni and many felt that
sI, Golden tornado, i-s a clever young-_________________ his court career e had come to a11
e ste~r who will probably bear close untimely finish,
watching. 1 BLOOMINITON,' Ill. -Dr- Frank ITilden has saidtallnGt
rThat the Marquette skaters have 1 . Esper has been elected president Ib~ult, veteran tenpns playe~r and
1 ,plenty of respect for the M!ici gan o f the new Bloomingtoll three E ye solo ocean navigator and thle Brit-
team is gleaned from the fact thatI League which "was recently reol'-i ish tenni enthusiast, Ak."Waal~is My-
I ,th~e Wolverines, with Goalie Toinkins ganized, and is now lookind" for a ! ers were the sources of his inform a-
. 'playing~ the leading role, did such a 11930 manager. Pat Harkinis, skip-i tion that Lacoste 'is now ready to
e;very good job of keeping the highj per iasyear, is, favored for the po- I return tb the tennis court'-and- re-.

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(Continued on Pagec 7)

ATHLETIC CALENDAR
FOR 'COMING WE
Today
1Agsketball-"B" team atDeri
-City college

WEEK
Detroit

Thursday
Lackey-Marquette, here
Friday
ockey--Marquette, here
Basketball--Chicago, there
~BW' Basketball--Cadillac
letic club, here'

COLUMBUS, O.-Jolay McHugh
of New Yohr .octy, official start-
er for the 1924 and 1 928 Olympic
games, will handlea pistol in the
seventh annual 'Ohio relys here in
May.
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