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THE MICHIQA_ I DAILY

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BIG TEN STANDINGS

MiCHIGAN QUINTET
WILL MEET IN9IANA
s-41.zWolverines and Hoosiers Fight
for Third Place in Big
Ten Title Race.
>...PROBABLE LINE -UPS
j " Michigan Indiana
k~ Eveland.....f.... Campbell
Petrie ..........f .......Dauer
Daniels ......... c......... Dickey
Altenhof or
S T~'essmner .......1l;Y......... Zeller
Williamson ..... rg ........ Massey
By Joe Russell

TIwo lrk(~x etsY Scltiflg -__
11 mea&W:ensnw istage TP,"ItTS 0A.iS
x u'0eo~ l e:o<fief ce- l >r AN
zr~v__. C" ill ?. Hill, State
Y' , lI e. A cWisconsin wl
'Jldi p t( I](ii 10o)the irtire, whiles~rn
t . s~for the uiliz& aid Blue means
.li b a sto i c what i.eer hope there LeJa d
aay b, its < <z: ce cice title, i r 1u
nedthere a _ars. e consider- ,Irl
ti lfl.Z hopz_. c ..nI i t b( taken4F
\T4t ViI 'SJ2. C!( siiid )OV freOdle Garnes Listed on
E eaa s.. Tonight's Co iference
Atprsn, ficni is theI Cage Schedule.
ankig enh oorwith a half
game ac v z 1 1e over the LowrevyEheadlining the list of Big Ten
(~oac~hed sextet, but this is the last basketball games scheduled for to-
) 'O4 0 ir gauze on the Badger schedule while night is the Northwestern-Iowa
~ ~the Michigan skaters have a two gamze in the field house at Evans-
" game series w=ith Minnesotaz which ton. The wildcats are generally
- -1Y tmight be tc]'.mcd a last resort, asj conceded to have the edge, but
The ic-they have already taken over the! Iowa's defeat of Wisconsin Monday
tim a charity; Gophers in a two game affair, night stamps them as opponents
With so much at stake, then, and not to be taken too lightly, despite
--- ------ a return of the antagonism which the fact that they are now occupy-
---- , charaeztizeci the scoreless tie ofi ing the cellar position in the race
a h'i~aThursday night, the puck game to- j for Conference honors. A defeat at
~, ati ~ night will be far from a tame af- this stage of the game would mean
33cEd~~ fair. Wisconsin seemed to be click-I disaster to the Wildcat hopes for
nies~ Cr tht ~ ing off its best plays with fair pre-j a second Big Ten championship of
cision the other night, but even the year, inasmuch as Minnesota
ol' ~iei~rterity that was not as good as the Michi- is in a strong position to displace
101~~ ,ilL hl gan squad is capable of. Th° Bad- them should they slip,
TaD r '1'e gees make up in fighting spirit what Gophers Meet Bucks.j
I le i.,tlie a to the lak micl ailiy ad i ~ The Gophers will journey to
this fierce defensive' attitude which Columbus tonight to do battle with
2 o--1 asmany a time kept the puck fromthinadotBceegrg-
y _ reaching en t the net for a Michigan tion, and must turn in a victory in
q r t nv order t be even remotely consid-
A !Offense Falter's. ered for championship honors. The
rdft>, If Coach "Lowrey canl gel; some of best that can be said for them is
a (.II.his offensive tactics to working as that they have an outside chance
smoon1thly asthenx i 'lcN:-fora .ho P,', - P-. +_. . .1: -s-c-

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Varsity Swims Gophers Ton'i.'L
at Minnesota in Second i
Big Ten Meet.
(Specciaul to T'he Iailg)
MADISON, F e b. 20. - Winning
every event with ease, Michigan's1
powerful tank t ea m decisive-'-
whipped the crippled Badger oicL
in the armory pool last; night, 51.-..
25. Coach Mann's decision to 1.oll
some of his men in all races lept
the score down.
Meet Gophers Tonig-lit.
Tonight the "Wolverines will meet !
the. s t r o n g Minnesota swimming;
team at Minneapolis in the second~
contest of the Conference. seaso.
The Gophers have administerzed
(overwhelming defeats to Wisconsin
and Iowa, and, although he is de-r
lighted with the form showvn by hisl
charges Coach Thorpe is well awae
of the power of the Michigan tank-
Smen.
Miller, breast stroke artist, raced
to a new short pool record in b o
200-yard breast s t ro ke be.ttering',
Howlett's, of Northwestern, recordj
by one second.;
S ummary,
400-yard relay-won by Michig>an;
(Fenske, Marcus, Ladd, 'Kenne y)j<
3:45.6.1
200-yard breast -- Won.- by Mhller
(M, Perry (W) second, Youngchild
(W) third. 2:34.6.l
0 0-yard dash--V/on by Kliiltvworth
(M), Meigs (M) scond, Takl
I W) third. :31.4.
440-yard crawl-Won by eeiei
er (M), Jessell (W) se cni', and
Foseid (W) third. Tied. 5:14.7.
150-yard back-Won by Va~iue1
(M), Bardenn (W) second, Connell
(W) third. 1:48.2.
100-yard crawl --- Won by Smaith
(M), Werner (W) second, Vinson.
(W) third. :57.3.
Medley relay-Won by Michigan:
(Meigs, Miller, Klintworbh). 3:13.3.
Diving-Won by Raike (XI), Pen-
ske (M) second, Bardeen (W) third.

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.1 'Soe'4(ti cd Prss PhIoo
]Holcombe Ward,
Former Davis Cup player, who
has been elected head of the 1931
Davis Cup and play committee of
the United States Lawn Tennis As-
sociation.
FOOrTBALL ROOTER
IWINS $1000 SUIT
(13.As/ ociate Pes)
CHICAGO, Feb. 20. - A football
fan got $1,000 yesterday for not7
attending a football game.
The Notre Dame-Northwestern
game at Evanston last fall was the
contest. Tickets for it were so
scarce, so great was the interest,
that they avere at a premium.
Frank C. Leviton got one, but a
policeman took him out of his seat
just about kickoff time.
Leviton got his ticket from a
friend who had bought it from an-
other friend who had purchased it
from somebody else. It seems that
it had been stolen, but Leviton
didn't know anything about that so
he sued Northwestern University
for $100,000.

Michigan and Indiana cagers will
meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock in the
Field House to determine which
team will hold undisputed right to
third place in the Conference rank-
ings. The Wolves and the Hoosiers
are knoted now at four games won
and three lost, and the team, which
loses tonight will take rather a
rough push toward the bottom of
the heap.
After a devastating setback at
the hands of Purdue last week, the
Hoosiers will invaide Ann Arbor all
set to make a determined effort to
fatten their average at the expense
of the Maize and Blue. After lead-
ing 10-4 after the first 10 minutes
of play against the Boilermakers,
Coach Dean's forces cracked badly
both defensively and offensively,
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ination layoff, the Badgers will the event that one of Northwest-
in pretty tough straits to stop crn's two remaining opponents is
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ossman, Reid, arid Schlanderer. Although Chicago started the
ossmnan, the Varsity center, fail- sao ihars hywl ne
to show his real ability in te thseantowithagashth witr
(Contnuedon Pae 7)in;" Illini as the underdog. The
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virtue of its startling upset of the
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BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Feb. 20.-1 the Midway. Whichever way the
rupture of- the acra caused the contest goes, it will little or no ef-
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Lthe Indiana University mat ? they are both situated around the
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route to m-ail a letter to his parents,
Mir. and Mrs. J. C. Leaky of M1fun-
eie.
Leaky, who weighed 240 pounds,
yesterday afternoon went through
a workout before the varsity team
left for a meet at the University of
i, ichiga ii.

Purdute Favored.
Purdue and Wisconsin is the only
remaining game on tonight's card
a and at a glance appears to be a
toss-up. Wisconsin suffered heavi-
ly through graduation and ineligi-
bility, however, and will have to
play an inspired game to stop John-
ny Wooden and his playmates.

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