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MARCH 1, 1320 .-

TH. E. LV i 1 C H I C A .* A T L

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E EVANSTON, Ill., Feb. 28.--For
the first time in. the history of
Varsity Cagers Seeking Revenge baseball at Northwestern univer-.
For Eay Season Defeat sity, the team was able to start its
at ILands of Mlini. practice seson out of doors. The[
unusually warm weather which
CAPPON DIRECTS TEAM I has prevailed the last week enabled
____!Coach Paul Stewart to take. his
Coach George, Veenker will be Iteam outside where they participat-
unablto achGorgpanktherWillerIed in a number of lively workouts
unable to accompany the Wolver- despite the fact that the footing
mne basketball tern tonight when was a bit soft.
the Maize and Blue invades Chain- Ordinarily- the sqEal is forced
paign to avenge the 24-18 defeat to confine its early workouts to the
they suffered at the hands of the gymnasium unti, well into the
Tllli ,earl In theseaon. he month of Mttarch or until the south-I
lini early in the season. The ern training trip. However, the
Michigan mentor is confined to his current spring zehers are not ex-
bed with a bad cold and his physi- peted to continue and' change
clan has advised him to give up the( to colder weather will find the
last trip of the year. ( team back inside again.
In'Coach Veenker's absence from Coach Ste wart has his entire
the bench to direct the fast mov- squad working out daily to get a
ing .Wolves, Franklin Cappon will team in readiness for the trip
take- over the task of piloting the south which starts April 14. Loss
team op .their errand of venge- of ten lettermen including all but
ance." The defeat which Illinois so one of his regular pitchers indi-
neatly administered to the 1929 cates the sizeable job awaiting the
Conference champions is a sore Purple mentor this spring.
spot on the Michigan record and a The lone pitcher from last year's
win tonight- will go a long way to- team is Fyfe, a right hander, who
ward soothing it. shows promise. This is his second
Indiahs Seek Second. season. Johnny Kruft, a sopho-
.Using a slow breaking offense in more, displayed a lot of stuff on
the last few minutes of play in the the freshman team. last spring and
first game the Indians broke a tie is counted upon .to carry most of
and slipped in three baskets to let f the hurling duties. Crizevsky is
the. Wolverines down for their sec- another first year hurler of prm-
ond defeat of the year. This loss ise.
to a supposedly inferior team vir- For the catching duties CaptainI
tusaleraosfedoMi hoanfrom con- George Rojan is the leading candi-
sideration for title honors this year,? date. Syd Treager,. a sophomore, is
and the Maize and Blue quintet next in line. Two other newcom-
will give everything they have to- fers to be given a trial are Monteu-
night to defeat their erstwhile con- fel and Conell_ _
Both Northwestern and Wiscon Bolermakes Prepare
'sin have stepped hard on the toes j far Baseball Season{
of the Illini cagers during the alpast
week, the Purple taking a close 34- LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Following
34 decision, while the Badgers cop- two weeks of drill for the battery
ped their game by a 23-17 count.. men, all candidates for Purdue's
However Illinois has a bad habit 1930 baseball nine will report to
of playing above their heads Assistant Coach Walter Tragesser
against Michigan. in. the, armory this afternoon at 2
Daniels to Start Again. o'clock for the initial full squad
Michigan on the other hand has drill of the season. Weeding out
been playing consistent basketball battery candidates and searching
of late, surprising Indiana on their in particular for pitching strength
own floor by repeating an early has occupied Tragesser's time for
season ,win with a score of 21-18 the past two weeks, for the former
and, trouncing Chicago in a listless major league catcher is particular-
game 30-15. Coach Veenker has ly adept kt. sensing possibilities of
been using Norm Daniels in his hurlers.
combination in the last two games However, from now until th'e sea-
and the junior forward has been son starts on April 4 against Wa-
working in so well that he will get bash here in the first of a series
the call again tonight. I of non-conference games, Trages-
The Wolverines should leave the ser will work with the entire dia-
floor as undisputed holders of sec- mond. squad, as Head Coach Ward
and place in the Conference. Chi- Lambert will not assume his duties
cago has defeated Wisconsin, Wis- until after the-close of the hectic 3
consin has won 'from Illinois, and basketball' campaign.
Michigan doubled the Maroons'
score recently, but as the old say- -UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA-
ing, goes, comparative scores may Professional boxers as well as stu-
mean nothing. , . dent pugilists will entertain at a-
Probable Lineups: sophomore smoker to be held Mar.
Michigan. Illinois. 5 in -the lounge room of the Min-
Daniels........rf....... E. Kamp nesota Union under the auspices of
Weiss..........if......... Harper school authorities. Prizes of cloth-
Truskowski .... . .......... Kawa es, haberdashery, and medals will
Chapman (Capt) rg.,....R. Kamp be presented to winners of elimina-
Orwig ..........lg...........Mills tions bouts and final battles.


i Meet
'CerT~haF l !'rt~navid

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isy L ert D. Townsena.______
When the Wolverines meet Coach
Eighteen Iembers of First Year Johnny Farquhar's sextet from Phi Kappa 'B' Team Four Games Played
Class Rewarded for Work Wisconsin, tonight in the crucial Wins Esy Contest in New
This 'Winter. game of the conference champion- Cg ege
ship it will also be the last time
TEAM SHOWS PROMISE that two of the sport's best cap- Phi Kappa's class "B" basketball Four games of the newly organ-
tains will meet on the ice. Captain team scored a one sided victory ized Hillel basketball leagues were
Eighteen members of the class of Do. Bryant leading the Wolves over the strong Phi Sigma Delta played yesterday. These teams are
11933 have been awarded numerals against Captain Don Meikkjohn team and as a result of their good all named after Western Confer-
haebenaade uea nd his fighting Badgers will both h
for work on the yearling basketball !end a r iyofthree yeas va teamwork it is believed they have. ence cage teams. The teams have
team this year it was announced sity hockey that have consummat- a splendid chance of advancing a After a series, of regular sched
yesterday. One of the best fresh-. ed in this one test for the cham- considerable way. Phi Kappa's uled games which will count on the
I man teams in the history of the piOni p" scored 27 points to Phi Sig's 6. Bill standings of the separate leagues,
school this year's squad has devel- Don Meiklejohn, who is also a Murphy of the winners tossed in the two championship teams will
oped several players who are look- Vaist Michigan f th last hre four baskets and one free throw play off in a title series. There will
ed upos potential Varsity material. years and has never been in the to take the scoring honors. tween the runners-up team in each
DeForest Eveland, a Detroit for- position that he now finds himself, The next barrier standing in the group.
ward, is probably the outstanding with the title to win or lose by one way of the victors is the strong League Results
player who reported for the fresh- game. In addition to his competi- Delta Alpha Epsilon team. This Purdue, Kirschner), 13, Wiscon-
man team this year, and is rated tion in two varsity sports Don has game is scheduled for March 6. Purdue (Kirschner), 13 Wiscon-
as one of the best basketball play- maintained an average of A sin (Kloss) 11.
ers to come to Michigan in several throughout his college course atTG Illinois (Manason), 17, Ohio State
seasons. A smooth worker and a Wisconsin and became a Phi Beta TODYS GA SChicago (Marks), 16, Michigan
good shot, Eveland showed in Kappa in his junior year. Now he Chi6(ReiMter),c9.
scrimmages against the Varsity plans to take up his studies in the Tennis (
that he could play good ball against graduate department at the Uni- 9 00-Richelson vs. Taylor Close Game in Class 'B'.
the best competition. varsity of California at Berkley. He hB_.C.
Ray Altenhof of Gary, Ind., filledha lreas y applied fo a the Gace vs. Chapiro. Alpha Kappa Lambda and The-
one of the guard positions on the fellowship and may follow in theJ Gage vs. Benedict ta Xi fought a close battle in their
'33 team and is rated with Eveland tstps ohis fat her the oe- ai vs. l s mbasketball game in the race for the
as one of the best men on the en-- time-presidet of Amherst College.-10:00-Mills vs. Sherman. class B inter fraternity champion-
tire aggregation, while Shaw, play-' Foresee Close Contest. Clarke vs. Dusenbury. ship. The Alpha Kappa Lambda
ing the other guard most of the In speaking of the game played Kern vs. Reindell basketeers were the victors nosing
time is also considered a promising Thursday, Meiklejohn remarked! Fleer vs. Penn. out their opponents by the scant
performer. The other two regu- that the defeat of the Badgers was; margin of one point to win, 10-9.
lars, Baldwin and Manuel-, while; directly the result of their being' ----'-- _
not up to the standard 'set by Eve- out of form due to the fact that
land and Altenhof are consistent they have not been on the ice since
players and should make serious their tilt with Chicago. The
bids for positions during the next Badger leader believes that the de- -
three years. feat will, teach his crew a lesson ro'r:~ntronh racohSiti
The list of numeral winners is as and that a different brand of Arrow'smost popul r Broadcloth Shirt is
follows: Harold Akershock, Grand : hockey will be displayed tonight. now GUARANTEED for PERMANENT FIT
Rapids; Ray Altenhof, Gary, Ind.;E He also mentioned the fact thatI(y
George mramovih Detroit For-I the Wolverines this year have the
est Baldwin, Bridgmnan; Robert' best team that he has ever en- ' '?=
Cummings Ann Arbor; Charles countered at Ann Arbor, and that
DarnerLaGrang AbIll. Howard the game was at the same time
Done, DetrAgu I us.; clean and fast. Meiklejohn is cer- +. .i 4
Jones, Detroit; August Kutsche, tam that while the Wolves out-:
IMonroe; Arthur Podlewski, Detroit;csedisgggainnthfrt
Archibald Price, Marion, Ind.; Rob- !casseudhs ggiegauoninw3frs?;4
Arthb Petri Huntington, nd.; Kn- game that they will be in better
eth Mne, Higland Park; Aex shape tonight aqd will be able to
neth Manuel, Highland Park; Alex .ae.dvntg:. .:ry:ed ha
Shw eri;Jh tpestake advantage of every lead that '
Shaw, Detroit; Jahn Stephens' th":y":st_::.
Mondon, N. D.; Estil Tessmer, Ann they start. J+F
Aor. Doc Bryant who is at present
Arbor. _Ifinishing up his work in the Dental
.s School, has been one of the "fight-
Eckyovitch Is Leading ingest" captains that ever has led
First Year Track Star a Michigan team. Having starred
for three years in high school, Doc
(Continued From Page 6) came to the Wolves as one of the
Ecknovitch did not run in this .most promising freshmen and his R
event since he was competing in record on the ice since then has iA D 0 W
the broad jump. certainly proved his worth. For $ .
Braden won the mile in 4:46.7 three years Bryant has been one IN WHITE s.9IN COLORS 1
with White second and Bedenik ( of the defensive mainstays of the
third. In the 440 Allen took first team and now in his last year he An all-occasion shirt, with greater values
with the time of :53.7, Turner is leading one of the strongest than ever before and new colors that are fast
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Egleston repeated his win in the to an almost certaip conference
high hurdles by taking the lows at title. I
:07.8. In spite of the time turned in Bryant Praises Team.
the 880 the racebwas interesting to When speaking about the splen-sd.hg
spectators. did game that his sextet won from IAS~E19
_________________the championship Badgers, Doe 4
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS-"The could only praise the fact that they Ann Arbor's Foremost Clothier's
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