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burIh NRIRIV15

Powerful Opponents to
in Afternoon Meet


Intramural Pool.
Coach Matt Mann's Varsity na-
tators will engage in Big Ten com-
petition for the second time this
season when Minnesota makes its
appearance in the Intramural pool
at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon. Forj
the nast two months the Wolverine'
swimmers have been participating
in meets with minor teams in
preparation for a series of strenu-
ous encounters with Western. Con-
ference opponents.
Minnesota won a rather impres-
sive victory over the Chicago swim-
ming team last week by the one-
sided score of 59-16, but in an
earlier meet this year the Gophers
bowed to a strong Wisconsin squad,
making their average .500. The
Wolverines have one Conference,
meet to their credt as well as a
long list of overwhelming triumphs
in practice affairs. Inasmuch as
both of the teams scheduled to do
battle at the Intramural pool today
have three Big Ten championships
chalked up in their favor, today's
contest should prove one of excep-
tional rivalry.
Gophers Strong. x
Coach Thorpe's Gophers are con-
sidered strong in every event withf
the exception of the relay, but,
since the beginning of the Confer-
ence season the crew has shown con-
siderable improvement and prov-
ed their ability by winning at Chi-
cago. The quartet is likely to be)
composed of Lind, Niemi, Faidel-
ich, and. Hayden. Four fast-sprint-
ing Wolverines, Walker, Walaitas,
Smith, and Hosmer, are scheduled
to oppose the Minnesota relay
In the 50 yard dash the out-
standingumen for the Gophers are
Quail,. Huhtala, and Waidelich wcho.
will attempt to outsprint thel
speedy aMichigan duo of Walker
and Walaitas. Niemi will probably
par up with Huhtala in the 100-
yard free style swim against Smith
and IHosmer, two of the fastest
Maize and Blue century men.ae
Followers of the two swimming#
(Continued on Page 7)

With 193 individual athletes
from the east and middle west en-j
tered in the national junior indoorf
track and field championships at
the Detroit Olympia tonight, a new
record has been set for participants.
in this event, making it the largest
indoor meet ever staged in this
state. TheMichigan A. A. U. is co-
operating with the Detroit Y. M.
C. and the Cadillac Athletic Club
to. sponsor the tourney and it is ex-
pected that many of the existing
junior national records will fall in
1view of the caliber of the contest-
;ants entered.
300-Yard: Dash Popular.
The most popular event is the
300-yard dash with 31 entries DIWst-I
1 ed. The 60-yard dash is close be-
hind with 30 sprinters enrolled. The
600-yard run has 26 runners, thej
1,000-yardh18 with the same num-
ber for the two mile and the hur-
dles. The steeplechase is the most
unpopular with the meet having an
entry list of only six. It will be:
necessary to run heats in all of the
track events from the 60-yard dash
to, the 600-yard: run.
Six teams are entered in the
medley relay, two from Walkerville
Collegiate Institute of Walkerville,
Ont., and the remainder from the
Detroit Y. M. C. A., the Cadillac
Athletic Club, Ypsilanti Normal
and Toronto Central Y. M. C. A.
The most popular of the field
events is the standing broad jump
with 17 listed to make the trials.
The running and standing high
jumps each. have 14 entries, withl
11 in, theshot put and nine in. the
pole vault.}
Good. Jumpers Listed.
The running high. jump prom-
ises to be the most interesting of.
(Continued on Page 7)
TeamW. L. Pct.
Purdue ........5. 0- 1.000;
Wisconsin......5 1 .833
Illinois......... .750
Indiana........5 2 .714
Michigan.......4 2 .667
Northwestern ...4 5 .444
Minnesota .2 6 50
Ohio. State......1 7 .125
Chicago ........0 6 .0001
I .


$ Norma
Svith li
iCoach -Ve
Imeet a re
tonight o
wood. T
>ly easy w
- first meet
year on t
. must aga
. race fori
. honors.
Branch, McCracken, ton shar
Captain and. star of the Indian. sending b
basketball quintet, which will at- ward pos
tempt to gain revenge for its pre- been flle
vious beating- at the hands of the Nin
Michigan five in the game at Wolverine
Bloomington tonight. vasibnf of,
The' regul
First Tiger Contingent .
Will Leave on Monday -and four
_____shock tr
013, Associate~d Press) L vl, a
Dixie calls and batterymen of'the trip, The
Detroit Tigers will be moving in :. ingT
that direction this week-end. They Bern on.
will head for Tampa, Fla., to begin Daniels
their conditioning work underVarsity lit
Manager Stanley Harris's. direction steadi
some time Monday. ote regu
Locally, chief interest will center siste
in the departure of the contingent the forwa
going from this city, which will 'ceflent p
leave the Michigan Central at 11:20 streaks h
o'clock Friday night. iels, whos
While this group will include football
only one ballplayer, W. M. (Red) h
Uargrave, the catcher, it will not Hank We
want for numbers. About a dozen sity offer-
will make up the party, which will
be in charge of Arthur Sheahan, Truskoa
business manager. center du
While none of the other battery- the.past:
men have been ordered to join the the tipoff.
Detroit contingent en route, there with Orw
are expected to be several chance latter cla
additions between here and the post.
Florida camp. (4





- I

Dwierv Will Replace
itz in. Wovzrihe's-
Opening, Lineups
rospects for titular con-
i hanging in the balance,
eenker's court N arriors will
evengeful band of Hoosiers
on the Bloomington hard-
he Wolverines, surprising-
inners over Indiana in thd'
ting of the two teams this
he- Yost Field house floor,
in toppleĀ° the fast moving
in order to remain in the
the Conference basketball
Veenker will try a new
ion against thetBlooming-
rpshooters this evening,;
Dorm Daniels to the for-
st which has previously
d by Dutch Kanitz,
Nine Men Taken.
men accompanied the
e mentor to effect the in-
the Indiana stronghold.
ar team of Chapman and
uards Truskowski, center.
'ss and Daniels, forwards,
of fthe first string Varsity
roops, Kanitz, Riclketts,
end Hudson, making the
Wolverines entrained for
ton at 4:20 yesterday aft-
the newcomer to the,
neup, should add a degree.
aess to the performance of
;r combine which Was not
;tly present with Kanitz at
rd post. Kanitz is an ex-
erformer but his erratic
ave been costly and Dan-1
se injured shoulder from
is- now in good shap.e,
e= logical man to pair with
iss in the front line Var-
Truk at Center.
wski will take bver the
ties on the offense as in
aftter Chapman has tried
play. Chapman will pair!
hg. at the guards with the
liming the running guard
continued on Page 7)


SAVANNAH, Ga., Feb. 21-Blaz- Ineligibility Costs Wolverines
ing a par-shattering trail in his Services of Lazar, Last
first tournament play of Vie year, Year's Captain.
Bobby Jones, of Atlanta, national
open champion, shot a 67 .1ere to- INDIANS SHOW POWER
day to lead the field of 90 starters Robbed of Lazar, last year's cap-
at the end of the first round of the tRindod of hb stsyers ipn
ULain L'and one* of th bes aecr

Irving Valentine,
Who will match -rokes with Lo-
well Marsh, Gop-er back stroke
ace, in the dual tank meet between
Minnesota and Michigan tomorrow"
afternoon in the Intramu-al pool.
Upon Valentine and&Boldt will rest
the task of beating Marsh, who is,
recognized as one of the best back
strokers in the Conference. Marsh
placed second to flinch of North-;
western in the Big Ten title meet
last year.
No, Name Pos.
1 Bryant............Defense
2 Hartn...... .DefenseI
3 Schlanderer.... . .Spare
4 Sippola............Spare
6 Courtis ............... Wing
8 Campbell ............ Sparej
9 Nygard ..............Wing
10 Langen . ............. Center
11 Tompkins ............. Goal
No. Name Pos.
7 Ryman.. .........Spare.
8 Gould ...............Spare
10 Bartholdi ...........Center
11 Conway.............. Wing
13 Hollingsworth ......Defense
14 Tilton ...............Wing
15 Peterson ...........Defense.
16 Fnton.............Spr
16 Fenton . .............Spare i
17 Jinelle ............... Spare
18 Byerly ............... Spare
19 Christie . .............. Goal
20 Abra ................Spare

72-hole $3,000 open golf tourna-
ment. Jones' mark was se'ven un-I
der standard figures.
The Atlanta lawyer-golfer thrilled
a gallery of several hundred as he
stroked his way around the out-
ward nine in 32, four under par,
and came back in 35, collecting
nine birdies on the round.
Jones' Drives Long.
Bobby's drives were long and
straight and his approach shots'
were accurate, but his putting was
not up to the usual Jones standard.
j"Calamity Jane." known through-
out the golfing world as Jones' put-
ter, needed three strokes on one
green before the ball could find the
Jeff Adams, a Savannah profes-
( eional, and Emmett French, of
Southern. Pines, followed Jones
with totals of 68 while cards ofn69
placed Bobby Cruickshank, of Pur-
chase, N. Y., Clem Weichman. of
Portsmouth, Ohio, and Fairley
Clark, Savannah professional, in
tie for fourth place.
'Mehihorn Scores Ace.
"Wild Bill" Mehlho , of Pensa-
cola, Fla., who scored an ace on
the third hole of the outward jour- !
ney, finished tpe round in seventh
place with a 70. His hole in one
allowed him to finish the first nine
'in 33, but par figures of 37 was the
best he could do on the home nine.
Horton Smith, th links wizard
from Detroit, Mich., formerly of
Joplin, Mo., showed a card of 35-36
- 71. Bracketed with him at 71
were Mike Heany, of Potsdam, N.
Y.; Joe Turnesa, of New York;
I Ernest Ryall, of Augusta; Mike!
Turnesa, of New York, and Al
Espinosa, veteran from Chicago.
Ryall, a comparative unknown,
furnished the main excitement of
the outward nine, when he posted
a card of 31 and breaking the
course record. However, the young
Augusta shot-maker blew up on the'
home nine.

the Conference, because of ineligi-
bility, Coach Johnswone's Varsity
fencers will meet the championship
Illinois team at 2:30 o'clock this
afternoon in the intramural gym-
nasium considerably weakened but
nonetheless, hopeful of checking
the winning streak of the Indians.
Because of the ineligibility of
Lazar who was to fence as number
one foils man and Maderio who
was ranking fourth on the squad
in this weapon, the Wolverines will
be able to enter only two men in
this event instead of the customary
Meet Stiff Competition.
Captain Stolpman and Friedman
will be called upon to carry the
Maize and Blue honors in this
event and will probably meet the
stiffest competition in the Illinois
boils men that they will encounter
at any time during this season.
Captain Haies of the Illini, who
will fence as number one.1n~ th6
foils bouts, is the present Confer-
ence champion in this weapon and
has not been defeated so far this
season. The other two Illinois
fencers-"in this weapon are Siebert
and Friedberh, either of whom
may oppose Friedman, the Wolver-
me entered as number two man in
this event.
Michigan will be. considerably
stronger in the sabre bouts than
:formerly this season with the re-
turn of Hammer to the squad last
week. Although he will compete
as the second Michigan fencer in
this event, his experience should
render him. a formidable opponent
for the Indian sabre man.
1 - Gordon to be VPressed.
Gordon, runnerup. in last year's
Conference meet in the sabre, will
meet his chief rival in the Big Ten
circles in the person, of Schleckerli,
present holder of the Western Con-
ferenie title. It is expected that
the bout this afternoon willserve
as something of a forecast of the
(Continued on Page 7)


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