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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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SBECK FINDS COMPETITION KEEN
IN YANKEE RANKS AT PRESENT
A ~CHANCE STANDINS
Purdue Relegates Wolverines to
Fifth Position in the
Conference.

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Intramnural News

C LASSIFIET
ADVEwrisING

NOTICE

Chapman, Truskowski Placed on
Conference Team Selected by
Michigan Coaches.
CHAMPIONS PLACE TWO,

Two Michigan cagers, two cham-r
pionship Boilermakers and one
Hoosier basketball star, were pick- .
ed on the Conference all-star teamt
whigh Coaches George Veenker and
Franklin Cappon announced yes-
terday. Joe Truskowski and Cap-
tain Chapman were the Wolverines
so honored after the termination of
a long season of brilliant play.
Truskowski was the scoring ace j
of the Maize and Blue aggregation1
all year, and while the elongated
Michigan leader did not score as!
many points this season as he did
last, his general floor work earned,
him a place at guard on this All-
Conference selection.
"Stretch" Murphy, who did so
much to crush Coach Veenker's y f<$::::§*
hopes of stopping the Purdue win-
ning streak Monday night was
placed at center on the Michigan
coaches' team, while his team- *.. ...
mate, Johnny Wooden, is paired with}
Chapman at a guard post. Mc-
Cracken, Indiana scoring ace, was:
picked to team with Truskowski at :.:"f
forward. The highly-touted Hoo-
sier star has had a good season i > r'"
and will probably be given a place
on most of the selections. -j
Bill Orwig, clever forward on this
year's Michigan five, was placed on;
the second team as picked by1
Coaches Veenker and Cappon. Oth- Indications that Fred Asbeck,
er members of this team include former Michigan hurler pictured
Foster (Wisconsin) forward, Berg- above with another Yankee, Ben-
herm (Northwestern) center, Fes- gough, 5 feet 7,r would be farmed
ler (Ohio State) and Mills (Illi- out before the season began were,
nois). made recently when it was reported?
This third team is as follows: by Manager Shawkey that only four!
Harper (Illimois) and Harmeson vacancies remained in the hurling
(Purdue) forwards, Walters (North- staff.
western) center, ChimelewskiI With the veterans Pennock, Hoyt,
(Wisconsin) and Boots (Purdue) I Pipgras, Zachary, Wells, Sherid andl
guards. Heimadh returning, ,'the fight for

INDIANA ENDS SCHEDULE
By virtue of its decisive victory
over the Wolverine quintet, the
mighty Purdue cage team clinchedE
the Western Conference title and
at the same time relegated Michi-
gan to fifth place in the standings..
The Boilermakers showed them-
selves powerful on offense and de-
fense in conquering the Maize and
Blue in the decisive game whichI
was their ninth straight win of the
season.
Wisconsin's basketeers came
through with another victory over
Ohio State cagers, 32-23 at Madi-
son. This was the second contest
between these two teams and the
second win for .the Badgers. Cap-
tain Bud Foster, Wisconsin center,
was the big factor in his team's;
victry, accounting for a total ofE
16 points. As a result of this game
the Badgers tightened their hold
on second place, and Ohio State
dropped to a tie with Chicago for
the cellar position.
In the other game played Mon-
day night, the Hoosiers, mainly due
to the efforts of Captain Branch
McCracken, won a 31-25 decision
over Minnesota to put them in
third place. The Gophers have
only won two contests and are in
seventh place in the Conference.

TODAY'S EVENTS. 1 cials feel confident of success in
theirpan.
Basketball. plans.
8:20---Delta Sigma Delta "B" vs. FOUL SHOOTING.
Alpha Kappa Lambda "B."
Phi Chi "A" vs. Delta Up- George K. Abramovitz, of De-
silon "A." troit, set a new record in the all-
Congregational vs. Cath- campus foul shooting contest, sink-
olic. cmu olsotn otssn-
Presbyterian vs. .Hillel. ing- 38 consecutive shots from the
Foul Shooting. free throw line. He ran up a total!
7:00-Delta Sigma Phi, Tau Kap- of 83 shots out of a possible 100.
pa Epsilon, Lambda Chi His total fell short by one lone bas-
Alpha, Sigm Chi, Xi Psi ket of breaking the record of Wal-
Phi, Alpha Delta Phi, lace Miller's 84 which was hung up
Tau Delta Phi, Phi Beta earlier in the contest. The entree

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Delta.
9:00-Phi Sigma Kappa, Phi Ep-
silon Pi, Alpha Kappa
Lambda, Delta Ppsilon,
Delta Sigma Pi, Kappa
Delta Rho, Phi Chi, Phi
Kappa.
BASKETBALL.
Church League Standing.
W. L. Pct.
Catholics ..........1 0 1.000

lists show 90 contestants and the
competition is getting keener with
each man's attempt. Last year's
record of 92 throws out of 100 was
the work of Irv Musovich and none
of the entrants in the current con-
test have beaten it. He is prepar-
ing to defendhis title and will at-
tempt to better it at the same time
later on in the campaign.
BOWLING.

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Presbyterians ......1 0 1.000 1 -
Hillel ..............0 1 .000 Delta Chi, Phi Kappa, Delta Up-
Congregational ... .0 1 .000 silon, and Delta Sigma Phi enter
All four teams in the church bas-- the semi-finals in the fraternity
ketball league swung into action bowling competition. The gares
last night on the Sports Building were bowled on the Union alleys
courts. The schedule brought to- last night, the two victors qualify-
gether the Catholics and Congre- ing for the finals. The quest for
gationals in the first tilt of the eve- supremacy is to be run off on
ting while the other two teams, Thursday night, dropping the cur-
Presbyterians and Hillel met in the tain on a most successful tourna-
second game. ment sponsored by the Intramural
In the first league encounter, the department. After the fraternity
Presbyterians emerged from the meets are completed, the singles
fray victors over the Congrega- and doubles swing into action. En-
tionals. Catholics took the Hillel l try lists are posted on the bulletin
team into camp in their opening !board in the Intramural building
night. The league promises to de- and also at the Union bowling al-
velop into a display of keen rivalry 1 leys. Five lines must be rolled by
with enough basketball ability each contestant and the final date
thrown in to add interest. Intra- is set at March 22.
mural officials are endeavoring to
advance the Church League to all CHICAGO-For the second time
sports. Although only two games within six months Jimmy McLarn-
have been played thus far on the in defeated Champion~ SammyI
League basketball schedule, the en- Mandell in a bout in Chicago re-
thusiasm is so high that the offi- cently.

A.soc~eted Press Ph9o
the other four berths narrows down
to the remainder of the mounds-
men, some of whom have compiled
great records in the minor leagues.
It seems likely that Henry John-

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son will remain with the club, pro-s
viding that his back which gave
him so much trouble last season.
has rested. Gordon Rhodes, whose!
only trouble last year was lack of;
control, probably will be retained:
also. For the remaining two posi-
tions Shawkey has Americus Polli,
from St. Paul, and Lou McEvoy of

Purdue .......
Wisconsin .....
Indiana .......
Illinois ........
Michigan
Northwestern
Minnesota
Ohio State ...
Chicago .......

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CONFERENCE STANDINGS

(Continued From Page 6)'
registering six baskets from the
floor to tie Murphy in that respect.
Harmeson is a versatile lad, having
been one of the members of Pur-
due's famous backfield, the "Four
Riveters," last fall. He handles a,
basketball with much the same
skill which he demonstrated in
hurling forward passes. His abil-
ity on the gridiron earned him aj
' place on many all-Conference
teams.
Purdue's pair of star guards,
Wooden and Boots, are prob-
ably the most adept players at
dribbling that have been seen
in the field house this season.
Wooden in particular is a
streak in taking the ball down
the floor-and he is only a
sophomore! Boots is a steady,
reliable type of player, espe-
cially valuable on defense.
Michigan's five graduating bas-
keteers were on the floor when the
game ended. Although Captain
Chapman, Kanitz, Orwig, Trus-f
kowski, and Lovell did not finish .
their careers in a blaze of glory,
they played a fighting brand of
basketball that deserves commen-
dation. When Purdue had run up
Its 15 point lead, the Wolverines
continued their attack, but a dis-
couragingly small number of their
shots found the basket.

fill. Captain Murphy, Harme-

son, and Boots are regulars Oakland, Cal.
who will not be back to defend To get a regular berth with the
the title in 1931. This Purdue'
outfit has been essentially a Yankees Asbeck will have to beat
five-man-team since Kellar be- out some of these men who have
came eligible the second semes- been named among the most bril-,
ter. Few substitutes have seen {liant prospects to be developed inf
action. the fast minor leagues last year.
It is very likely that the former
This has been a big year, athlet- Wolverine star will be farmed out,
ically speaking, down at Lafayette.-I possible to St. Paul in the American
First the Four Riveters, colloborat- Association or Atlanta in the South-
ing with a strong line, brought Pur- ern League.
due an indisputed Conference grid - ----______
title, going through the season un-
defeated. The Boilermaker quin-
tet is already assured of undisput-a
ed possession of the Conference! D n t wi
cage crown, and also appears to be,
headed for a perfect record. Pur- T o O rd
due may also be up there in the
baseball race. n_ --t _ _._

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UNIVERSITY

OF MfISSOURI-A

"penny a pound" dance was given
recently here, at which every es-
cort was assessed a penny for each
pound that his date weighed. One
gentleman paid only 85 cents for
admission but another $1.65. Any-
one who tipped the' scales at more
than 200 pounds was admitted free.

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ler Screens
er to order screens.
m when you wish if
iting till June will
ks delay.

You can "Pooh, pooh, Pur-
due" all you please, but Michi-
gan's cagers were in "Dutch"
against the Wooden-Boots
combination. And even Kanitz
could not alter matters.

Do not wait long
We will install ther
ordered now. Wa
mean a three wee]

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his men through graduation,
and their places will be hard to

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