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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26,,1930

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TO FACE.
Coach Mann
Meet Nor
fists Afte
NEXT GAM
Following th
Mning meet aga
Evanston this
!gan tankmen
ple team in a
Northwestern's
regarded in th
swimmers, ha
Conference titl
for four straig
Illinois tied wi
the water polo
Coach Matt N
ing his water p
November in a
an effective co
only Conferenc
ines easily del
However, the
holds two vict
and Blue poloi
them 8-2, and
runner-up to t
for the Mark.Hi
matic of the st
Linen
Bob Walker,
has developed
scoring threat
Frank Walaitis

FRESHMAN WRESTLING SQUAD I AS
LifiN BEST MATERIAL fN RECENT YEA
iT With only about seven more In the 125 pound class whic
weeks left in their season the fresh-
man wrestling squad under the eye
of Russ Sauer has been putting on matmen, Cortes, Halliday, Male
is Swimmers Will some of the finishing touches. of the and Digby are leading the field'
thwestern's Polo. art. In the history of the sport at but little to choose between an
r Tank Meet Michigan there has never been them. In the last meet with
k ' more interest shown than this year. Iarsity, Cortes and Halliday pr
Coach Sauer has now a squad of that they will make strong a
[E WITH C. A. A. more than fifty men that are com- tions to next year's team. Sta
ing regularly for practice. and Horner in the 135 pound c
ieir important swim- In the offing there are three of are also showing rapid impr
inst Northwestern at the most important matches of the icnt. Kay, .raville, Wilson,
Saturday, the Mich- season. The All-Campus, All-State, Bishop are leading the 145 pou
will oppose the Pur- and All-Freshman meets soon to be ers.
run off and the yearling squad Kay is the most outstanding r
water polo game. should take more than their share having come out late, but h
water poloists are of the honors in all of them. Coach showing more improvement t
e same class as their Sauer has developed some of his any other man in this tveight d
%ving annexed the men into the most promising ma- sion. Frank Wyokuski who is
le in the water sport terial ever to be handed over to the the present out of the game wi
ht years. Last year varsity squad. bad knee, wrestles at 155 and
th Northwestern for Saturday Sauer will take the perhaps the best of Coach Sau
championship. cream of his crop down to the mats grapplers. The heavy divisio
Mann has been work- with the Junior Varsity. The men led by Oehmann and Baus at
olo players since last to go are the same that have shown 'while Wetherbee tips the scal
an effort to 'develop up well in other meets with Clif 175.
mbination. In their Keen's crew earlier in the season. Sauer believes that he has a gr
;e start, the Wolver- Hawkins and Sigwart, the outstand- of tough fighters and he exp
feated Indiana, 8-0. ing men in the 115 pound class, them to go a long way in the sp
Detroit Yacht club have shared the honors throughout The squad has been trained
Dries over the Maize the entire season and will both handled like the varsity and t
sts, having defeated compete in the coming meet. j should be ready to go next year
7-3. Michigan was
he Yacht clubteamm Northwestern, Purdue, Veterans Are Return
anna tropye. b- ophers Meet on Trqck to Purple Mat Sq..
tate ,title.I
up Strong ,e_ o_ te__
Wolverine sprinter, (Special to The Daily) (Continued From Page 6)
into a dangerousEI EVANSTON, Il1.-Spirited compe- to effect Coach Keen refuse
at center forward. tition by top notch performers in announce, but that he will put
is a valuable player +1't h-. A a a e rrle., . I' n strongest team against the inv

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NOTICE

FRATERNITY STANDINGS
Theta Chi ..................544
Phi Beta Delta .............,488
Theta Xi...................419
Alpha Kappa Lambda ......414
Alpha Omega ..............381
#Phi Sigma Delta ............ 377
Kappa Nu ......... .......360
Phi Kappa Psi ..............329
Sigma Alpha Mu ...........288
Tau Kappa Epsilon ... ....288
WEDNESDAY'S GAMES
Basketball.
7:40-Senators (Corsan) vs. Wild-
cats (Read)..
Roofs (Klintworth) vs. Sioux
(Shreefer) 4
8:30-Sigma Delta Kappa A vs.
Psi Omega 4.
Chi Phi A vs. Phi Epsilon Kap-
pa A.
Beta Theta Pi A vs. Sigma Delta
Kappa A.
Hillel A vs. Congregational A.
9:20-Alpha Sigma Phi A vs. Del-
ta Chi A.
Theta Chi A vs. Phi Rho Sigma

Basketball Leagues
Enter Final Rounds
Fifteen fraternity class "A" teams
start today in quest of the basket-
ball championship of 1930. These
teams are the league winners and
are playing an elimination tourna-
ment. Last year's champions, Phi
Sigma Kappa, are not in the run-
ning this season. Alpha Delta Phi,
the runners-up are also out of the
race.
Ten fraternity class "B" teams
are also ready to start on the final
jaunt to the coveted championship
title. Sigma Chi, last year's title-
holders were forced out before the
finals, while Phi Sigma Delta, win-
ners of second honors are the fav-
orites to take the title as the final
round begins.
1CaptainEngleman's champion
Rockets from last year's Indepen-
dent tournament has his team well
up among the leaders in the race
again this year. However, the Rock-
ets will probably encounter plenty
of competition from the Michigan-

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at forward, while Gar Ault has ' TAJ .%yarU aasn, muerun anu
shown ability on offense. Fel Hos- hurdles is on tap for the triangu-
mer and Bob Ladd can also be used lar track meet between Northwes-,
at the forward positions. Mac~aff- I tern, Purdue. and Minnesota here
ree, Hughes, and Thompson com- Thursday night, Feb. 27.
prise a veteran trio of backs who All three schools possess capable
should help hold down the Wild-i sprinters. Zack Ford, Northwes-
cat scoring aces. Ben Fishman will f tern's sophomore flash, i'ates as a
probably get the call as goal ten- favorite'by virtue of his victory over
der with Bob Miller held in re- Simpson in the recent quadrangu-
serve. Gus Hubley and Irv Valen- lar meet. However both Purdue and
tine are other reserves who may see Minnesota boast of sophomore tal-
action. ent in the persons of Odom and
C. A. A. Defeat Wildcats. Hass.
On Saturday night .the Wolver- In John Hass the Gophers have
ines have another hard water polo a boy who appears destined -to show
game on the card, facing the Chi- well in both the sprints and hurd-
cago Athletic association team. The les. He won these events in lastj

ers Saturday is certain. If he
defeat the Purple by more than
points and if Ohio State wins f
Indiana the Wolves may yet
claim to the championship of
eastern division, and battle
winner of the western half for
Conference championship.
It seems highly probable t
both Kelly and Parker will be rn
ed down a weight into the 148
158 divisions to make room for
erfooslin the 168 class. Altho
not a regular all year, Siger
has been 'showing great impri
ment in practice, and since the
veterans from last season r
been going above their weight
change will be to their advant
NEW YOR-The Boston 'Bru
champions of the National Ho(
league, have established a
high point record for the cir
making their 65 points against
New York Rangers recently.
f ___________________________

C. A. A. poloists are regarded as!
even stronger than Northwestern, I
having defeated the Wildcats, 3-2
this season. John Halstead, a for-
mer Michigan swimmer, plays for
the Chicago team.
Al Schwartz, Purple captain, is
the ace of the Northwestern polo-
ists as a high-scoring forward. Dick
Hinch, Covode, and Hofer are other'
Purple stars, while Eddie Lennox is
a. capable goalie. The Northwest-
ern team plays a fast brand of polo,
depending upon teamwork rather
than individual brilliance to 'Iwin,
games.

Associated Press I'Iwto ,cders and the Zicls.
Adolfo Luque (above), veteranA Sigma Nu A vs. Phi Alpha Delta Schiller's Senior Lits. are the fav-
orites for the class title, with the
Cuban hurler of the Cincinnati Alpha Phi Delta A vs. Sigma Pi A. hardest competition expected to
tReds,a and Douglas McWeeny, of the bowl tg come from the Sophomore Physical
hs Brooklyn Dodgers, figured in the 4:00-Delta Chi vs. Delta Tau Del- Ed. cagers.
ad- latest trade of the hot stove sea-7tas.LambdaHockey.
can snbfrthbae l7:00-Delta Upsilon vs.L
n 15son before the baseball teams got Chi Alpha. 10:00-Alpha Delta Phi vs. Delta
'rrm under way to their training camps 8:30-Alpha Omega vs. Delta Sig- Alpha Epsilon.
lay in the south. ma.Pi. 11:00-Chi Psi vs. Olympics.
the Luque, for manor years a fixture "___l _il3 3 i11 3 13
the with the Redlegs, felt the ax when #Dtwoe
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tov- Cincinnati team. The Cuban was
and I turned over to the Dodgers in an
Sig- even trade that brought McWeeny I
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foos in the transaction.
oye- While both of the pitchers have=
two long been recognized as stars, nei-
have ther of them had successful sea-
the Isons in 1929. It is highly probable
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With a view of increasing inter-
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squash league.mThis consists of
three man teams ,playing matches.
Teams are made up of interclass
units. Each team will play each
other team once. Matches will be
for the best two out of three games.

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