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WEDlrNE'SDA~YFE'BRUARY L, 1

THE MIGMI AIN LDAILY _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
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QUINTET PREPPF37Sr% TOg gJO0If
,41-CapusEvent to be. Held T0 IT 8 ~
10 MEETas elimination Series. t
Defet b Pudue iveSpus KEntries for the All-Campus box-
Defet byPurue Fve Sursing; meet will close. Saturday, Feb.
Team to Greater Efforts 28. The number of entries far x
in Daily Drills." ceeds tha t of previous years rl
____will necessitate an =elimination sr
Smarting under the unexpected ies which Coach Philbinexct(,
defeat at the hands of Purdue Mon- run off, next week in the clspc to
clay night the Varsity basket sling- iods.
ers went through an intensive of- The All-Campus meet is unlimit-
fensive drill yesterday in prepara- ed and, unrestricted except that
tion for their tilt Saturday withI each entry will have to be asf-
Wisconsin. t or ily examined by Dr. Ifyrnan a
The game Monday night clearly Yost , 'Whouse. Most entries h) ruh u h attatteWl X, nCa1 ave
verines were in bad, mental condi- ba "_ng c<sss and have rccewelIL
tion from the strain of final exam a- s'fii ctint struction there, to nmake- "
mnations, and this week's workout. s foymidable opponents in any k ind'
will attempt to remedy this situa- f L;0111n:.?ti[ o.1
tion. Against Purdue, their nerv- Th: bouts next week will elimin-
ousness showed up especially in~ the ate bu all buy;t ouren in each werihtI
early part of the game when theyI division. On March 6 the semi-fi-
missed many easy shots that underI als will be iought and the winner:;.
ordinary conditions should have will a .rt. March 18 for the all-ca -
been converted into tallies. C{pus cjinupionlship.
However, neither the players nlor --I

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the coaches wish to allow for their at 1Yi "E1LIVI EEKS r
showing, but will put on a little 1VmrTtaOo heecutrwt FILL EVENTS'
moe B stem frs. h enco ntrwit
the adgrs. belay Coach West is devoting most of
The defeat Monday might bla- his time this week trying to develop
ed to many causes, but chief among men capable of filling the third
them was the brand of ball playedplcsimotfth gynti
by the Boilermakers, who seemed e n ohetackof thegrequsied
to e ispied romthestat o th three men for each event has cost
game. They cashed in on a weird the Wolverines a considerable numn-
assortment of shots, w it h long ber' of points in' recent meets, es-
"Toms" and one handers featuring pecially against Illinois.
the display. Also, the winners foul
shooting left nothing to be desired, Mcgasgyfatwilnee
gaining a total of 12 tallies from Chicago and Wisconsin in a triang-
the charity line while the Wolves ualar affair on Friday at Chicago,
making odo nyfv u and then will g o on to Minneapolis
were g odonol iv u where they will encounter the Go--
vrlof eleven tries.
Seer~lnew tip-off formations philel's on Saturday.
made it next to impossible for the Chicago i probably the strong-
Wolverines to get the ball aa est team in the Big Ten, having
away Oi Sat
fromthelany Lmbetinn, hichbeaen hioStae b anover-
fro th laky ambrtmn, hic whelniing score last b nweek. The
was a _marked disadvantage from IMiwyea hsalo orte
the___start.___ Conference championship mno re.
CH C G stimes than any other Big Ten

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of the Michigan contingent win-
ning both his bouts. Captain Gor-
don was decidedly off form losing
five bouts. Gordon is a three year
man. The Wolverine sophomore
epee man, Winig, showed up espe-
cially well winning his first two
points. Lack of experience was all
that cost him the match. Lovel
turned in a very good performance
in the foils, meeting Captain Sei-
bert, of the Illinois, holding the
Illini ace to a 5-4 decision.
Unaltered Senators
Expected to Provide
Close League Race
(Continued From Page 6)
fielders, Jack Hayes, Baxter Jordon.
and McLeod, also are with the club.
Harry Manush and Sam Rice arc
sure of two of the outfield berths.
but the third position is an open
light between Sam West, last year's
regular, and Harry Rice, who was
secured from the Yankees. Dave
Harris, hard hitting gardener who
was with the club last year, also is
Back and should beat out a rookie.
Clark, for the substitute assign-
ment.
Roy Spencer will take care of the
bulk of the catching, with sonic
assistance from Pinky Hargrave, Ed
Kenna, and Cliff Bolton. Kenna
has been with the club before, while
Hargrave has seen muchz major
league service. Ed Gharrity will
also be listed as a catcher, but ac-
tually he will probably serve as a.
coach.
Al Crowder, Firpo Marberry,
Bump Hadley, Sam Jones, Ad Liska,
Lloyd Brown, Burke, and Fischer
are the holdovers of what last year
was the best mound staff' in the
league. If these men can hurl with
anywhere near the effect they did
last season Washington's success
seems assured. This stallf, split up
almost evenly between 'right hand-
ers and southpaws, ha~s almost
everything that is needed for a
winning mound corps.
None of the newcomers to the
hurling staff of the Senators are
expected to prove world beaters,
but there is a chance that tlas
one of them may come through1.
The new men include Tauscher,
Peregoy, and Fidler, right hatnders,
and Griffith, a southpaw. With
Walter Johnson there to help coac i
these youngsters they will get thet
best possible training, and one of
them may surprise by turning into
a winner.

i~nnclact '.onterence
Indoor Season Nears
(Continued From Page 6)
Again, Michigan will depend
upon its distance men to gain the
winning points. Austin in the two-
mile, Wolfe in the mile and Turner
and Braden in the half will carry.
the Varsity hopes of a first place
in these events. Turner had a little
hard luck last week but should
come through much better in the,
Maroon meeting.
Coach Hoyt will not be bothered
:y any worries of ineligibility, he
said yesterday, for none of the
j'anking men have failed to come
through scholastically.

WAlILDCATS CLINCH-
19371 CAGE TITLE,

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Obstacle Is Hurdled W4hen,
Gophers Fall, 45-23.

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moulded together one of the three
%c-st team~s in the league. It is in-
uceresting to note that every man
Who has been playing regular this
z(eason will be back in uniform
nex'.,t year.
Illihnois, a team which started
th e season a~s though headed
fran all-time record of losses
w ith five reverses in a row, suxd-
cn ,7y came to life and topiped
it" next five opponents, among'1
whcomwias Northwestern. The
I ii left little doubt in the
minds of the Conference that
it had been playing in hard
hiuck the first of the year, and
that it had to be reckoned with.
The champion aggregation are
now firmly situated behind
Mvic hit an and Purdue in fifth
position, a great uphill battle
to get into the first division.
Michigan's last three opponents,
Indiana, Wisconsin, and Chicago,
are in sixth, seventh, and eighth
p~ositions, and unless past perfor-
;nances go greatly astray, shon
furnish food upon which the Wolves
can fatten their average. All have
been defeated once by Coach Veen-
'-er's team, and these games left
lit t to be desired in the way of
(exhibitions of basketball.

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