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MICHICAN

DAILY

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ITE WILL START
O E SE I POU ST
Plays are Issued to Maize-
4-Blue Sextet to Bolster
Attack.
ch Ed Lowrey pushed his
ers at top speed in last
s practice to get his Wolver-
nto trim for their first home
rence hockey match Friday.
with the Wisconsin Badgers.
Cardinals were handicapped
ly season practices by poor
Madison, but they haves
ed out a fast-skating sextet
last month's drills.
ch Lowrey gave Michigan the
ial formations last night.
outlines of Wisconsin's style
,y are the result of several
rig expeditions and of revievs
e games between the { two
in- previous years.
Get New Plays.
eral new plays were given to
orwards in the hope that a
I offense will overcome Michi-
lack of spares. Crossman and'
looked especially good in the
team scrimmage scoring more1
twenty goals. Captain Tomp-
defending the reserves goal,
ently had an off night but
nsin will not be able to score
equently as Crossman, Reid,
)avid did last night, he prom-
series of,two games with the
s Friay and Sat u r day
,s will be followed next week
two home games with Milwau-
WMinnesota comes here the fol-
g week for the last two games
e Conference season. The three
Qf home games will be the
st 'rind that the hockey team
iad this season. Six games in
weeks against Michigan's ma-
opponents; will undoubtedly
a big load for the Wolverine
sters to carry.
David Moved to Wing.
te has been practicing 'in
.ollun's old position at left de-
and David has been moved
starting right wingman. With
s rapid improvement in the
asive position, it. is doubtful
Bill Williams will imiiediate-
nd a position on the starting
p when he decides to come out.
expectetd to report this week.
Ghigan Men Put Out
f Handball Tourney

Will Dive ToightMN E BEGIN
PRACTIE SSI

SWIN OVER IOWA
BOOsSSROPES
AMichigaii Sees Tithe (hances
As Wolverine Baskeleers
Are Favored by Schedule.
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HAWKEYES NAMED
ON HONOR SQUAD,
Relay Team and Three Track.'
men Are Selected for All.
Star Team.

PURDUE AND NORTHWES

Leading Basketball Teams Will
Clash in Grucial Game
Saturday Night.

esity Pitchers and Maskien
Report in Response io
Iranitig Call.

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In response to Coach Ray Fisher's I
call for battery-men, nearly a I
dozen reported yesterday at Yost
Field House for the first regular
workout of the season. Regular
practices will continue daily and
Coach Fisher expects to have the
usual number of fifteen tryouts by
the end of the week.
As soon as the entire floor of the
field house is available, probably by
March 3, Fisher will issue the call
for the entire baseball squad. Work-
outs will continue inside until
weather conditions permit outside
practice.
Among the battery men who re-
ported yesterday were Travers, Mc-
Kay, Manuel, Wistert, Menefee, Til-
lotson, Barnett, Kaplan, and.G'Don-
nell. Later on, Fisher is expecting
McNeal, of lIast year's Varsity, Bar-
tholomew, Larson, and Petoskey,
who is with the basketball squad at
present.

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Michigan's hopes for a Confer- IOWA CITY, Feb. 15. -Perfor-c
ence basketball title,, considerably mances in 1931 competition wont
dimmed by defeats at the hands of places on the National Collegiate
Minnesota and Northwestern be- track and field honor roll for three>
fore the examination period, have University of Iowa field event menI
taken on a brighter hue as a re- and one sprint relay team.
sult of the surprisingly easy con- I Edward L. Gordon, broad andf
quest of Iowa at the Field House high jumps; Elmo Nelson and L. D.
Monday night. Although title hopes Weldon, javelin throw; and the
are still necessarily dim, the Wol- half mile relay team of Gordonl
verine squad can see a po.ssibe Lagerquist, Everett Ferguson, Rob-
chance for atlIcas;t a iura e of it ert Adamson, and Paul Conway'
tai! Ten crown. have achieved the recognition.
No broad iumper in the United'
Should the Maize and Blur States leaped farther than Gordon
defeat -the Wildcats here next under record conditions. The Neg-
Monday night, while Purdue ro, who has completed his inter-
and Northwestern are killing collegiate career, but who is train-
each other off in their pair of ing for the Olympic trials, cleared'
eachostheoff in erarnf 25 feet 4 3-8 inches at the Kan-
battles, the Boilermakers and sas relays. His high -jump mark of
Wolverines would be in a dead- 6 feet 4 inches, made at the Minn-
lock for the top rung of the esota relays, was excelled by onlyl
ladder, always, providing of sxmn
course, that no outsiders came Wen . .e
up to upset the f avorites. Weldon, cre dited with a javelin
u heave of 205 feet 3 1-2 inches,1i
ranked second, his only peer being
The manner in which the Michi- Kenneth Churchill of California.
gan sharpshooters came through in To place second in the N. C. A. A.
their exhibition of basket tossing championships, Nelson hurled the
against the Hawkeyes leaves no shaft 201 feet 5 3-4 inches, far
doubt in anyone's mind about the enough to place "him fifth for the
trouble the Wildcats age going to entire season.
have subduing the Wolves next The relay quartet, fastest ever
week. Only two days before the to represent the university over the
Michigan game the same Iowa half mile route, was timed in 1:27
team had sprung the biggest upset 5-10 at the Kansas relays. Only
of the year to beat, the league lead- Kansas, a second faster, and Mich-
ers, 30-25. igan, more speedy by a half sec-
ond, had better times than the
W(ith Rkay Altvihlof, flashy ILIAwkeyes.
guard of last year's qiintet, Among Western conference uni-
ha'ck in harness for the rest Oa versities, Iowa shared honors with
the season, Michigan's reserve Illinois and Michigan, each having
sirength is considerably bol- live places on the honor roll.

Northwestern and Purdue are
still ranked as the outstanding
quintets in the Big Ten. These two
teams will narrow the Conference
race when tney clash at Lafayette
next Saturday night, as one of the
pace-setters will undoubtedly be
forced to drop in the standings.
The Boilermaker five won their
fourth game of the season on Mon-
day, easily taking the Ohio State
crew into camp by a score of 43 to
26. Northwestern, with seven con-
secutive victories was finally stop-
ped by the Iowa team in last Sat-
urday's prize upset.
The defeat by Purdue definitely
eliminated the Buckeye five from
the race while Minnesota fell out

of the running by losing
game to Illinois 23 to 15.
was the third one ofthe s
the Gopher squad, which
consin in a comparative
portant contest on Saturd
The Badgers are in nintlh
Indiana, led- by Weir
sophomore forward, won
and straight gaie on
whipping Wisconsin 33 to
Hoosiers are favored to
string to three as they
in the Hawkeye camp i
night.
Ohio State is given the
Chicago in their clash at
school this week-end.
NOTICE TO PIAN
Tryouts sfor pianist
varsity gymnastics teai
held Wednesday night,
17, in the auxiliary gy
of the Intramural sport
ing. Only men need a
W. D. West,

BIG TEN RANKINGS
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Dick Degener; star sophomore di-
ver, of the Michigan swimming
seam, who is expected to continue
his stellar performances in the ieet
with the Grand Rapids X. NI. C. A.
natators in the Furniture City CO-
night.

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MICHIGAN........
Minnesota...........
Illinois.........
Ohio State. ......
Indiana............
Iowa . . - --.
Wisconsin ......-..
Chicago . .. . -.....

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GRID RULEsS1 SE
DRASTICCHANGES
Committee Alters Regulations
to Lessen Injuries
in Football.
NEW YORK, Feb. 15.-To safe-j
guard school and c6llege football
from the mounting toll of casual-
ties which reached an unprecedent:
ed number last season, the national
football rule committee has an-
nounced the most drastic revisions
the game has known in a quarter
century.
Chief among six major changes
in the playing code for 1932 are
regulations which abolish the dan-
gerous "flying wedge" formation-
from kickoff, and outlaw the ag-
gressive use of hands on the de-
rensive, with severe penalties for
violation further in their seeping
move to root out the causes of grid7-
iron Miuries and deaths, the rule-
makers decided to liberalize the
substitution rules, to permit the re-
entry of any withdrawn player in
any subsequent period; to abolish i
the fdying block or tackle, recently
developed by many high powered
systems; to make the ball "deaC"
when any part of the ball carrier's
body touches the ground, except his
hands or feet; and to alter the
players' equipment with greater
safety and protection in view.

Seymour Siegel, of Lansing and
Donald Nichols of Grand Rapids,
members of Coach;John Johnstone's
freshman tennis squad, have been
named' by the Western Michigan
Tennis Association among the ten
best net stars in Western Michigan.
Siegel was ranked in fourth place
while Nichols was in ninth position.
Besides being named in the men's
rankings, both of the freshmen:
stars were placed in the junior
rankmgs with Siegel rated nu~m-
ber one man and Nichols in ,num-
her three position.
At present Siegel and Nichols are
at the top of Coach Johnstone's
ladder tournament to determine
the twelve or fifteen men who will
comprise the yearling- tennis team.

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CLASSES
NOW BEING FORMED
Shorthand'
Stenotypy
Typewriting
Bookkeeping
Calculator
Dictaphone
Secretarial
Training
DAY AND EiVENING
Hamilton Business
College-
State and William Streets
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Phone 7831

. YOUR
LAST CHANC
THIS WEEk
YOUR CHOICE C
OUR STOCK
~25
A reduction of almost
They were $49.50

stered. The brilliant playing oi'
Weiss and Williamson, however,
make is impossible for even
such a defense man as Alten-
hof to break into the present
Wolverine lineup. At the same
time, Norm Daniels and Whitey
Eveland continue to be impres-
sive as one of the smoothest,
scoring forward duos in the
Conference.

A recent count shows that three
hundred faculty members are en-
gaged in Intramural activities, and
each day finds others enrolling in
some of the events.
In point of numbers, volleyball
,'s the most popular sport followed
in order by swimming, golf, squash,
handball, baseball, bowling, bad-
minton andi tennis.

ie outstanding handball
Campus were eliminated
round of singles play in
in State handball tour-
hich opened Monday
Aroit. The two Wolver-
were Bill Phelps and,
aub.
who bowed to Hugo
ner Detroit city chain-
,nner-up in the Metro-
rney this year, is holder
ipus singles champion-
st year. He has reached
nals of this year's con-
raub lost to Ted Lem-
t Y. M. C. A. title holder.
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new ratio of price
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you'd vow were $6.00.
Walk a Few Steps and
Save Dollars
Tomi Corbett
Young Men's Clothes
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116 East riberty Street

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in all the new shades and
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Hand tailored by
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Walk A Few Steps and
Save Dollars
Toni Corbet
Young Men's Clothes
Shop
116 East Liberty Street

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ADVANCE'
Spring
TOPCOATS
$25.00 to' $35.00

Are you hard to
Then visit our tailoring depar
assortment of over 500 w#
made to measure clothes. We
you a perfect fit.
PRICED
$25-$30-$
SEE THEM TODA
213 East Liberty

PRICE
Were $ 25 to

Spring as well as winter weigiv
sizes aplenty for all s;zes o
Neckwear Specials
$1.50 Ties 95c
$L00 Ties 75c
A grout of new snring hats, bo
sell at $5. Special this week at
$3.50

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