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GRAPPLERS TACKLE
HOOSIERSTONIGHT
Varsity Has Tough Assignment
in Meeting Big Ten Champs
at Bloomington.
Michigan's Varsity wrestlers will
make the first of their two Bloom-
ington appearances this season,
tonight when they encounter In-
diana's Big Ten champions in the
final meet of the year. The Crimson
team is as strong as the one which
last year brought the Conference
title to the Hoosier school.
Out of the six meets which the
Crimson have had this season they
have dropped only two of the 48
bouts. Coach Thom's men have
scored one-sided victories over
Northwestern and Michigan State,
both of which defeated the Wol-
verine grapplers.
Keen Sees Chance.
Coach Cliff Keen stated that he
thought if the meet was two or
three weeks away that his men
would have an excellent chance
{ of defeating the Hoosiers as the
Maize and Blue matmen have
shown great improvement within
the past few weeks. At present,
however, against the more experi-.
enced Indiana grapplers Michigan i
does not stand much of a chance.
Michigan's lineup will be the
same, with the exception of the
165-pound class, as that which
took the measure of the Ohio State
aggregation a week ago. Coach
Keen will use Landrum, 118; Oak-
ley, 126; Thomas, 135; Helliwell,
145; Mosier, 155; Wilson, 165; Cap-
tain Dougovito, 175; and Stoddard,
heavyweight.
Heavies Weak.
Indiana will probably have Ald-
ridge, 118; Hawkins, 126; Belshaw,
135; Goings, 145; G. Belshaw, 155;
Voliva, 165; Rasher, 175; and either
Jones or Kuss, heavyweight. The
Hoosier losses have occurred in the
heavyweight bouts with Riley of
Northwestern, National collegiate
heavyweight champion, throwing
Jones, National A.A.U. title holder;
and Reavely of State pinning Kuss.
SPORTS STAFF TRYOUTS
All second semester freshmen
or sophomores wishing to try
out for the sports staff of The
Daily are requested to report to
the Press Building offices, at 3
o'clock Tuesday, March 8. No
previous experience is necessary.

Boston Hurler Dies
of Knife In juries
CENTURY, Fla., March 4-(,P)
-Wounds of a knife plunged
into Big Ed Morris' chest during
a fight at a fish fry given in his
honor Monday night caused the
death of the veteran pitcher for
the Boston Red Sox today.
Soon after he died Joe White,
a gasoline station operator at
Brewton, Ala., was arrested andL
charged with murder.

ELIMINATE FORT Y
IN BOXING BOUTS
Coach Philbin Cuts Down Field.
to 110 in Intramural Title.'
Coach Let Philbin reduced his
total number for the All-Campus
boxing titles to 110 yesterday aft-
ernoon by eliminating 40 boxers in
eight weights from the total num-
ber of entries.,

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About eighty boxers were sent,
through their paces in two-round
bouts yesterday afternoon. Sixty
more were matched last night, so
that the total number of survivals
was about 70. The third and fourth
round matches will be continued
Monday and the fifth round Tues-
day.
By Wednesday night only four
men will be left in each division
and these will be matched in the
semi-finals. Coach Philbin had to
speed up the eliminations when an
unusually large number of last-
minute qualifiers reported.
The freshman class lost more
men in yesterday's matches than
any other class. Of the 70 elim-
inated about 55 were yearlings.
New talent has sprung to the fore-
front, forcing' the old-timers out
of thef picture temporarily.
Jack Ralston, promising welter-
weight, separated his breast bone
and ribs just before his first fight
and will not be allowed to enter,
the tournament.

May Change Lineup.
After getting a real taste of t.
Gophers, Coach Lowrey's team la
night, Michigan knows the fe
weaknesses in their lineup. Coac
Lowrey may revamp the startir
lineup from that angle althoug
he had not decided on it late la
night.
At Minnesota earlier in the yea
players and spectators were invol
ed in two exchanges of fistcul
and while that is a deploral
method of playing hockey, specta
ors seem to like it.
Shut-Out Promised.
Before the matches started Ca
tain Tompkins promised t w
things. First was that Minneso
would be shut-out in one encou
ter of the two, or failing in th
they would be limited to four go
for the two contests. He made
similar prediction for the eari
series between the arch-rivals, a
proved to be correct. Minneso
scored only four goals, althou
Tompkins had to hold them to o:
in the last game to do it.
However, Captain Tompkins
tered his original estimate af
last night's result of one goal, to
total of two goals for tonight.

IICE TEAM TO MEET
Second Game of Series Promis
Plenty of Action; Will Be
Held at 8:30.
The second hockey match b
tween Michigan and Minnesota h
not start until 8:30 tonight. T
time was set back so that more fs
could include both the hock
match and the track meet in t
evening's entertainment.
Both teams announced after 1
match last-night that they could
expected to play better hockey
night. Minnesota became used
the ice in the later stage of the fi
contest and will not need the tC
warm-up period to become accc
tomed to the speed of the ice.

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