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SUNDAY, TANITAR''Y 25, 19'1

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lIRI1UVW IVITLLUI
wolves Loop 22 Points in Last
10 Minutes; Losers'
Star Center Out.
(,Special from the Chicago Tribune)
BARTLETT GYM, Chicago, Ill.,
Jan. 24.--With SidI Yates in theI
hospital a vioctim of the flu, the
University of Chicago basketballl
team was no match for the smooth-
w orking Michiga n
five. The Wolver-
badly demoralized
M onquintet ^41
to 15 at BartletU
t gvmnasium to-
night, giving the
>Midway team its
Sfirst setback of
teBig Ten cam-
paign.
Michrigaan pop-
ped in a series of
- long shots ,in the
EVLAD first period to
build uip a lead and then when the
-Maroons wilted, worked the ball in
for- enough setups under the bas-
k et so that every member of the
Wolverine quintet broke into the
scoring. Norm Daniels, the leader
in conference scoring to date, step-
ped out from his
pivot position to
poke in three one
handed sh otis,
w h ile Eveland, :: ;:
starting at for-~
ward in place of
Weiss, and Altens
hof each account-
ed for three goals .. '.
from the field.
A free throw by
Fish opened the
scoring and gave ALTENXIOF
Chicago its only
lead of the game, and that but a
momentary one. The count stood
16 to 8 in favor of Michigan at half
time.
The Ann Arbor boys got under
way after Chicago scored 5 points
in the last half and did all the
scoring the remainder of the game
until Stephenson popped in Chica
go's last two points in the last see-
onds to make the final tabulation
of the rout 41 to 16.

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ULE IQ FOR IW0W~I
Basketball. Oh.io State, zhere .
H-ockey, I\iciig?' ~tzdi ere.
lock,y, MaI.quetchere.
Tech, tee

BUCEYE STAR I

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GOPHR PCK TILTi
klchigan Takes Second Gamec of
Seri es by 1-0 Coutnt as
Reid Scor-es Goal.
lii spite (i} a valiant last minute
di' ie by the despera te Gophers in,
t o Clesing minutes of the third
,acricd, the Wolverine hio7 ey team
t alum phed. 1-0 to piaco < seives
as a championship conten',r. Lead
-, P'eic, oizrtis, and Crossman, the
~peedy Wolverin.es outskated the
Ccahrsthrough out the contest.
2.wlle Tclrpins sterling work in
the cact keint the Gophers from
cc~ing. Peid made the only coun-
ter on a solo after thirteen min-
utes of the initial. canto had pass-
Afast and furious first period
etted the Michigan pucksters a
tally after Reid, stellar forward.
mnaneuvered his way for a clear
shot from the side which whipped
isdt1 goalie Jones. He was kept on
edge all through the contest by the
accurate shots of the Michigan for-
ward line. Minnesota again had
trouble getting organized. Neither
team scored in what proved to be
a listless period.
Although Michigan continued to
worry the Gophers with their shots,
Williams and Prouse kept the Go-
pher forwards on the blue line al-
lowing them only a limited number
of close in shots during the game.
George Todd and Howard Gibbs
were doing the best puck work for
the locals in the second period. The
third period was fast, and al-
though Minnesota. used a five man
offense, they failed to count. Goalie
Jones received a cut on the head
when he collided with Crossman
after a close in shot.
LINEUPS

SCORES GOAL

'Y Aim\ indoo r tra ck record fobs
. us 'Ac1d - 0lv s('t ablilshcnei
C~o'cii harls Ioyt.. 1lv' it per-
'.1 1.'i 'CF '~. IOV'd to be
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reji, xhie l~sxPACd as'19251
on 'llo ho1ne11r roll. t iur ner marin-I
I aincc1 I li lead throuighout the
four lap:..
Crawford, his nearest competi-
tor, came through~l with his usual
gcod performance, but hie could
not overcome the surprise endur-
,,nce and speed which Turner mnan-
aged to put forth. D'Anna took the
Third honors.
Eggleston, showing an improve -
rment in form over that of last
week, anise.ted first honors in all
the heats of both tle low and hnigh
hrirdc >. He had a, considerable
margin over his opponents in every
haea t. Dcl~aker was gi Teia second
' ieoce while Jackson was chialkedl
top as third in the high ones.
FirstIh o n o r.s in the 60-yard
sprints again went to Campbell, al-
though Smythe was his nearest1
competitor in the heat. The two!
were mighty close when they hit
Ithe tape, but Campbell managed to
tobtain a slight lead and won by a
rfew inches. H-itt and Renwick:
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i~1iliigi' oOhio State
L~an2'1........C. ...........Fesler
Alt(nhoj............... Hoffer
Willia....... Larkin
Aft r he~;triirV4-15 victory
over Chic1:olastnighlt Coach
Veen' is Wlveinecagiers are con-
"ede a ? 'I v chnceto climb
bac ino 4he unnngwith a win
ever Ohi State ,hen the Bucks
inv-adle the Field Hlouse at 7:30 to-
morrow ih for a return game.
In the first meeting between the
two teamis earlier in the season
Ohio took a 22-16 decision on their
home floor, a push which seemed
to start the Wolves slipping toward
ihe bottom n of the heap. However,
with.]as night's. victory to buck
thle teaminuoa it is very prbbable that
thze Maize and Blue will furnish the
invaders ; rough time tomorrow.
Chicago was tied for the lead in
t he Big Ten title race until Mich-
ig;an opened up on them, while
Ohio is (conceeded a good chance to
share in the honors which go to
lhe toe; teams, but with the Wol-,
7iermes i their stride., their chances
of sharing these honors will prob-
ably take quite a, fall.
In addition to having a chance, to
welcoming a winning team back
(Continued on Page 7)
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A-fVCAD810W~ FlI BCKYE
SPtD T!AS DA UNIU
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Associated Press Photo
flarold Ervin,
Outstanding cager on the Ohio
State quintet that is scheduled to
ii-v.ade the Yost Field house to-j
morrow night to meet. the Wolver-
ines.
Archers to Compete
in Field House Today
Michigan fanes will get their first
taste of competitive archery of the
season when the Michigan Archers
Association will bring men from all
over the state to meet in Yost field
house today.
Two sessions are planned by the
Intramural department, one sched-
uled for 10:30 o'clock this morning
and the second in the afternoon.
These rounds are open to all the
entries and the three best scores
will decide the whinners.

Emmy Reid,
Michigan wing, whlo scored the
Wolverines' lone goal that won last
night's hockey tilt from the M',inne-
sota sextet, 1-0.
ill Duff-y Ass-e-rt-s
That Jack Dempsey
Is Willing to Fight
(Pp ,'s nr'1r I / Y eicS
NEW YORK, Jan. 24. --In more or
less official language the word is
out today that Jack Demuisey wviii
fight again this summier if and
wherever some kind gentleman can
I lay $$500,000 on the line.
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Tompkins g.......... Jones
Williams d. . Hollingsworth
Prouse d0....... Conway
crossman c....... Johnson
Reid wv......... Gibbs
Coiirtis w ........ Ryman,
Spares-- Michigan, Sindles, Sch-
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minutes.

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