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THURSDAY, FE13RTTARY 27, 1030

TSHE 0 MICHICAN DAILY. PAE l

Phil Scoi
.BOSTON SAI LOR I
Advance Ticket Sale Disappoints
As Time for Important
Battle Nears.
SHARKEY SHOWS SPIRIT

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Ft Will Meet Jack Sharkey
TRACK MEET IS ENGLISH HEAVY WHO OPPOSES
SCHEDULED HERE' SHARKEY IN TONIGHT'S BATTLE

Tonight ai

Mia Z~CAVERTSIN
ANOTICE

Triangular Meet Slated for Yost
Field House- Tonight With
YPsi and State.
(Contnued From Page 6)
squads doped to finish behind this

Wisconsin Pucksters Crouch Ineligible for
Will Invade Coliseum BaseballThis Spri ng
(Continued From Page 6) (Continued From Page 6)
Bach, Siegel, and Gallagher, ca- likely than ever that the pitching
pable spares, will see plenty of ac- burden will rest largely on the
tion before the first period is writ- shoulders of Montague, a member
ten into the books for it is the pol- of last year's team, although not a
icy of the Badger mentor to keep letter winner.
a constant switch to insure fresh Montague started only one game

Fight fans may turn out after all
to see the annual Madispn Square
garden show in Miami, if the var-
ious pre-fight arguments can be!
settled in time. Scott's manager,
Jimmy Johnston, yesterday insisted
in his demands that he first bej
consulted by the referee before ac-
tion is ta'ken to stop the bout, if
such should prove to be necessary,
on account of Scott's condition. It
may be an indication that he is
pessimistic. In any event his un-
usual demands were turned down
cold by the Miami boxing commis-
sion and he was told that Referee
Lou Magnolia was to have complete
control of the fight and was not to
be influenced by any outside con-
siderations.
Johnston would have had a phy-
sician at hand to determine the
condition of either of the boxers,
if injured, and recommend to the
referee as to whether or not they
should continue.
Sailors to See Fight.
About 300 British bluejackets
landed to see the last workout of
their countryman whb appeared to
be in good condition. With; the bout
only a few hours away, and the
ticket sale discouragfigly small for
the amount of ballyhoo spread over
the country, the American entry in
the international conference seems
,to be much the favorite to win eas-
ily. It is perfectly possible on the
other hand that Fainting Phil will
show signs of being a fighter and
make the Boston Sailor go the Tim-
it. Betting has it that Sharley
should win and odds are being of-
fered to that end.
All during the training period the
Boston born Sharkey has shown
~more pep and promise than the
Fainting subject of Jimmy John-
ston's last minute worries. ThisE
bout means more to Sharkey's ca-
reer as a fighter than any he has
yet entered.
Match Is Important.
If he loses to Scott the Sailor may
.as well take up. the building; of
model sailboats. On the other hand
if he can administer a good old
fashioned trimming to the English
scientist he may regain some of his
,prestige and even wind up the 'year
with a match with Schmeling or
some ther promising heavy. But
if the fight should turn out to be
nothing more than a heavyweight
wrestling match the already some-
*what disgusted fans will rebel vio-
*ently.
The future of heavyweight title
matches may even be said to hang
on the outcome of tonight's ex-
change of punches, and as a conse-
quence fandom is waiting to see
how the two lads will act.
Snake bites kill more than 20,-
000 persons every year in India.

quartet.{
Another event in which the Wol-
verines are most likely to draw the
major share of the points is the,
quarter mile run with the Seymore
twins and Russell competing un-
der the Maize and Blue banner.
State possesses no outstanding per-
formers in this run while Ypsi's
fastest quarter miler is Arnold who
may nose out one of the Michigan
runners for second place.
The other entries in the 440 from'
Ypsilanti are Beck, who should also
figure strongly in this event, Faco-j
bi, Burholt, and Brown. State will!
enter a quartet of quarter milers'
including Salmon, Wilson, ReClare,
and Rothfuss, none of whom are
expected to finish in the first three.
State has also entered four men
in the 65 yard high hurdles in
which the competition is expected
to be somewhat keener. These
men are Targer, Russell, Gawalt,
and Votlker. Both Michigan and
Ypsilanti will be represented by but
two men; Potter and Wood for the
former and Munro and Krueger for
the latter.
The same men will compete in
the low barriers with the exception
of Oliver in place of Krueger for
Ypsi and Russo in place of Yarger
for State. Oliver is rated as arfirst
class hurdler but is considered a
much more dangerous man in the
pole vault. a
State will offer its strongest op- m
position in the mile and two mile
runs in the person of Laur'en .be
Brown, captain ofrthe crosscoun-
try team. Brown is one of the fast- h
est men at these distances that the
Wolves will meet this season, with t
the exception of Letts of Chicago. p
The other State entrants in these s
races are Swanson and Fullerton in N
the mile and Dowd and Steimle int
the two mile.
Ypsi will enter O'Conner, Arnett, n
Bpyd, andi Crieger in the mile run.
The second and last.of these named Pt
are considered to be two of the P.
best men in the state in this event. i
Arnett will also run in the two mile C
race with Wolfe and Marceonbe as.t
his running m ates.. TheWolverine
contenders..in these two .races will M I
be Kennedy, Lowmaster, and Fitz-- o
gibbons in the two mile and Wolfe, c
D'Anna and Fenstal in the mile. ti
Crieger, O'Connor, and Arnold. Y
will also run for Ypsi in the half h
mile run with the addition of Sur- ev
holt. This quartet should prove .e
tough going for the Wolverine run-f
ners, Benson, McLaughlin and c1
Chase. The 'Spartan entries in the S
half mile are Williams and 'Swan- Z
son. ~ B
Michigan's mile relay team will R
include the Seymore brothers, Rus- ar
sell, and Mosser; Ypsi's will be com- te
posed of Bleck, Jacobi, Arnold and th
Brown; State's of Salmon, Swan- M
son, Boelker, and Wilson. c
The addition of ,Pottle to the
Wolverine squad during the past'
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men on the ice.
Krueger and Miekeljohn, the
backbone of the Badger attackingj
forces, are the speediest stickhand
ling pair in Western Conference;
hockey. Both men, hardly out of
the featherweight class, forced to
concede much to the Wolverine
huskies in matters of avoirdupois,
have the habit of trickily eluding
even the most carefully built de-
fenses.
Wolverine hopes will pe pinned
on the performance of Courtis and
Nygord at wing, Langen at center,
Captain Bryant and Hart at the
defense posts, and Tompkins at
goalie. Art Schlanderer is the only
Michigan spare who is assured
plenty of work.
Man for man the Wolverines ap-
pear to be on a par with their
speedy, deft opponents and it will
only be superior combination play
which will spell defeat for Michi-
gan. Langen and Nygord, the
classiest stickhandlers of the Wol-
verine lineup have shown a ten-y
dency to refrain from team play at
opportune times and if this possi-
bility can be eliminated the

during the regular season last year,
but his work on the trip to the
Orient showed that he has the
makings of a winner. He is a bg
fellow built somewhat on the lines
of Bill McAfee, last year's premier
hurler.
chances for the Conference puck
bunting to remain at Michigan for
the first time in an unchallenged
condition appear very excellent.
Miami, Fla., Feb. 22-R.A.Smith's
Guthrie which broke down in the
running of the fifth race here to-
day, was destroyed. Fields and
Dupuy both escaped serious in-
jury.
PORTABLE
TYPEWRITERS
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Remington, Royals.
Corona, Underwood
Colored duco finishes. Price $60.
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SCOTT

THREE BIG TEN TANK TEAMS IN TIE
FORFIRST IN DUAL COMPETITION'
Three Conference tank teams they beat Michigan and tied with
re tied for the leadership in dual Illinois for the dual meet champ-
neet competition this season, Mich- ionship.
gan, Northwestern, and Illinois all As was the case last year, Illi-
oasting perfect records. Illinois nois has faced an inferior brand
as'registered.3 victories, while the of competition in compiling its un-
Yolverines and.Wildcats each have sullied record. The Indians won
.wo apiece: Wisconsin is in fourth from Purdue and Indiana by large
lace, having vanquished Minne- scores, and then defeated Minne-
ota and Chicago but falling before sota, 42-33, in their only hard meet.
Qrthwestern. As usual Northwestern and Michi-
'One of the teams will fall from gan, regarded as the two strongest
he ranks of the undefeated to- teams in the Big Ten, are missing
norrow when Michigan meets from the Illinois tank schedule.
orthwestern at Evanston. The Captain Kieding in the 440, Schroe-
urple team includes many star der and Holbrook in 'the breast
erformers and had little difficulty stroke, Bartholomew in the back
n beating Wisconsin and Indiana. stroke and .Marshall in the diving
oach Tom Robinson's boys are out are the best :Illinois swimmers.
,o ,epeat last year's success when Despite its poor record, Minneso-
ta .has ,a fairly well-bala~ced team.
ichigan in the pole vault in spite The Gophers lost to Wisconsin and
f the fact that he will have to Illinois by close scores and were
ompete against Oliver of Ypsilan- I trounced by Michigan. Chicago has
, one of the best in the country. been Minnesota's only victim to
'psi will also enter Sneider, Par- date. Wisconsin has some good
am, Watson, and Whitney in this natators with Lange in the sprints
gent while State will be represent- land Meyer in the breast stroke as
d by Potter, Field, and Olsen. the best.
Michigan's high jumpers will in- Conference Standings
LUde Felker, Veech, and Evans,W L W LPct.
tate's will be Russell, Cole, and MICHIGAN .... .......2 0 1.000
ayless. Munro, Schneider, and Northwestern.........2 0 1000
enjamin will compete for Ypsi. Illinois ................3 0 1.000
ader of Ypsi and Dill of State Wisconsin .............2 1 .667
re expected to be the chief con- Chicago .... ..........1 2 .333
nders for first place honors in Minnesota ...... . ......1 3 .250
he shot put although Brooks of Purdue ........... ....0 2 .000
ichigan will probably give them .Indiana.............0 3 .000
Lose competition.--
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coats, trousers with narrower bottoms, feature the
new Spring models.
Correct accessories in Stetson and Lee hats, and
Wilson Bros. haberdashery in Spring styles await
y ou here too.
We suggest you drop in and see the new Spring
styles at your convenience, and with no obligation
to purchase.

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