THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY. MARCH 6,
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GRAPPLERS TO CLOSE SEASN, Captain Wins CHERRY TO PLAY TRCK TEAM RUNS
WITH INDIANA HERE TONIGHT For Ice Team AGAINST CHMAC TONIGHT
Four Big Ten
at Urbana. Purdue found little trouble
in 'giving her opponents the short end
St rong, Ifoosider Squtt C (onceb~ed Will
W 2ti"e a
Coach Barker's Wolverine grapplers
will bring the 1925 wrestling season The following matches are holding!
to a close tonight when they meet the up the all-campus handball tourna-
troang Indiana mat, team at 7:30 ment. These matches must absolutely
trong Iianamat ele.n at7:30be played off not later than Monday
o'clock in Yost field house. igtiari9
The Wolverines have failed to win
a meet this season and have little Singles, Rush 1408J vs. R. Showalk-
hope of holding the Hoosiers to a or 2034R; H. Segal 3124R vs. A. Se~
close score. Indiana tied Illinois for gall 751W; Mazer 3124R vs. Harris
the Conference mat title last season 2,7iJ.
and have practically the same team Doubles; Carrol and Showalkerl
this year. The Hoosiers hold victories3453 vs. Rockwell and Scarnechia
over four Conference teams, all withf 152811; Handloser and Brown 1236J
overwhelming scores. The only blot vs. Sonkn and Levine 330R; Olian
on the Hoosiers' record this year is and B. Segall 751W vs. R. Showalke
a 16-4 defeat at the hands of the Ok- and Partner 3034R; A. Segall and
lahoma Aggies. In a meet with the Nathan 751W vs. H. Segal and Mazer
University of Oklahoma matmen, In- 21211-.
diana took the long end of a 15-4
Baker, the Wolverine flyweight, will The preliminaries of the annual In-
meet Eberhardt, the Indiana speedy Iter-Fraternity track meet were held
115 pounder, in the opening match. in Waterman Gym Wednesday night.
Baker has not met with defeat thisi Several good performances were re-
season and has only to win a decision corded and better marks are expect-
over Eberhardt to boast of a clean ed at, the finals which are to be held
record. Baker is almost sure of par- on Tllursday night. The followdng
ticipating in the Conference individ- are the men whoqualifledfbrthefinals
izal championship meet to be held are the men who qualified for the
March 20-21 at Minieapolis. I finals, held last night: .
Captain Karbel, who won his first 50 yard dash: Mintz, Dawning, Cri-t
nmat ch this season in t e Wisconsin 1mi, Bond, Hester, Roehm, Kelley,;
oeetlast week, is slated to meet Hleld;lichs, Thompson, Rustlantler, Clerk,
in the it iw h Bout. Hield has! Taylor..
been a consistent point winner for the Shot put: Parker Packer, Amos,z
Iloosiers and shonld force the Wol-. Duphy, Kelly, Arndt, Brodkey, Palm-.
vorine captain to his utmost in an or.t
effort to gain a decision. 1 High Jump: Anderson, Campbell,3
Maynard has drawn the assignment. ;dcLellan, Herrick, Kelly, Bie., Vance.
to meet NToffman in the 135 pound di- Low hurdles: Cooper, Hall, McLel-
vision. Maynard will make his ni- In, .ones, IhI'ster, Leonard Travis,t
1 jal ap)poa'arn(e oil the Michigant teamTn reztist
Captain Dan Peterman of ,the Var-
sity hockey team, brought his career
at Michigan to a fitting close Tues-
day night at Minnesota when he shot'
the only goal of the contest which
brought the Conference title to thej
After two quarters had passed with-
out scoring by either side, Peterman
took the puck with five minutes to
play and, rushing it thru the entire
Minnesota defense single-handed,;
drew Schade, the Gopher goal tenderj
out of position and sent the disc
through him for a beautiful goal.I
Throughout the two series on thej
road, Peterman's work was spectacu-
lar, his rushes down the ice with the
puck and his great defensive work
proving of the utmost value to the
YEARLINGS TO MEET
Any Freshlman on Campus Allowed to'
inter Eents in Wire
IS FIRST MEET
Coach Hoyt's Frosh track team will
meet IoWa's yearlings in a telegraph-,
ic meet at 2 o'clock tomorrow after-
noh. This will be the first Fresh-
man meet of the year, and it will le
open to all Freshmen on the Campus,
this giving the men who have not
yet tried out for the team a chance
to make the squad.
All competitors will be privileged
to vote for the captain of the team, in
the electioni of the teami captain at
Coach Mather's Varsity basketball Coach Farrell, Trainer Hoyt, 18
squad put in a hard practice yester- members of the varsity track squadl1
day afternoon, in preparation for thess
last game of the season with Chicago manager Herrick and a rubber willy
tomorrow night at the field house. leave Ann Arbor at 2:30 this. after-
Almost the entire afternocn was noon for Lansing by bus. They will
taken up by -an intensive drill on arrive at 5:00 and will rest until the
i taking the ball from the tipoff, a de- meet begins at 7:30 P. Al.
partment -in which- the Wolverines Most of the men going to the Michi-
have shown weakness lately. Toward gan Aggie meet this year are reserve
the end of the workout, the umbles material, for this gives the coach a
and outsianding faults were at a min- good line on the material that is not
imum, although the work of the squad ofd good enough quality to warrant
was by no means perfect. The drill places in the Conference meet. Of
was held up frequently while ,Coach course, many of the men are of ex-
Mather pointed out the glaring weak- I cellent calibre but in order to place
nesses. in the Big Ten they must show chain-
The practice, in the form of a dum- pionship form.
my scrimmage, found Captain Hagger- Whittman, Iubbard, Reinke, Frey-
ty, Chambers, Doyle, Cherry and Lan- berg and other stars as these, are not
dre opposing Hutzel, Line, Reason, ibeing taken due to the fact that the
Kressbach, and Ginn. Rasnick replac- meet is to be run on a wood floor and
ed Haggerty toward the end of the these men are all used to running on
session. cinders, having run on them during
The squad is putting forward its the indoor season so far. Another fac-
best efforts in an effort to defeat the tor that has a bearing on this decision
Midway five, whose only victory of of the Coaches is that the Conference
the year was scored over the Varsity. indoor meet which is but a scant week
Due to the rather inconsistent nature off is to be run on a cinder track.,
of the Michigan five's performance, Trials for the Conference meet will
Coach Mather does not consider the he held tomorrow afternoon and from
game won in spite of the lowly po- the showing made by the rest of the
sition in the Big Ten race of the Big Ten schools it looks as though
Maroen outfit. Tie visitors will fight Michigan ought to clean up this sea-
hard in a:-n attempt to add~ one more son.
win to their record' before the sea- The only possible contenders are
son ends. Illinois and Wisconsin. The form or
The coach has not announced his has lost several of her best l men suclh
starting lineup. Haggerty and Chain- as Brownell and Schildhauer by in-
bers, will undoubtedly be at the for- eligibility.
ward -posts, with Cherry and Doyle Wisconsin has a formidable tea'm il
playing guard. Cherry's injured. heel all departments of the game ani
has recoverced comp~letely, no trace ofj should give both Michigan and Illi-
a limp remaining, and he will be at nois a hard battle for the title.
his usual position. Doyle will con- Schwarze is a sure winner il lthe
tinuo to juip center, dropping back shot put, as he c-onsist ent ly clears 17
after the ttipolt. Landre, Line or feet and won the event at. IUrbana
Reason will hold down the fifth place last week, breaking a long standing
on the team, with Landre having the recond.
call at present. Coach Farrell will pick his team
The contest will mark the last ap- from the trials tomorrow and 11h
pearance of four Michigan player .,, Welverine squad will go into tle m1e(t
Captain Haggerty, Landre, Kressbach next week with determination to beat
and Reason; all of whom will graduate out Illinois, who took first, honors last
from school this spring. season.
Four 'Wolverinjues C lose Their C'areers,
InIi rooui 4Gamnei
EXPECT HARD +G -NME
1,rsuty Shars Not to Participate Wi li
BigtTen Meet (bII!y
EXPECT GOOD SHOWING
*v s i * of a 34-18 score March 2 at Lafayette
F es II s and is confident of repeating the
feat. Spradling ljas hit his stride
9 5 Season once more and if the quintet remains
in its best form the odds are even that
Mielgan, Minnesota, Indiana, and w rp a
The Ohio-Indiana game tomorrow
Iowa will make their last appearances nig-:t at Bloomington will have much
of the season on the basketball floor to do with the final Conference stand-
this weekend. The other confer- ing. It no doubt will be a hotly con-
ence teams all- play one more game tested engagement with neither team
next week and Wisconsin has three having the edge in the advance (lope.
encounters remaining on her schedule. A victory for the Buckeyes would en-
Tonight Purdue tackles Illinois at s title them to the 1925 Conference
Urbana. Saturday night Ohio plays championship which the Columbus
Indiana on the latter's court, North- squad has never held before in Big
west er iiplays at Iowa, and Michigan Ten history.
will be busy in Ann Arbor with Chi- The Northwestern-Iowa game to-
cago as hlr foe. night also promises to be of inter-
The Illini will have to play an ex- est, although neither team has the
l iellent brand of basketball in order sli ghtest chance of finishing the. sea-
to defeat the 8oilerinakers tonight son at the head of the Conference.
Dancing Tonight and Saturday
' Night at Granger 's
And every Wednesday,
Friday and Saturday
Bill Watkins and His Granger
tonight. The Michigan lightweight 1Ihigh hurdles: Jones, Anderson, -this time of the year instead of at the,
has shown considerable ability in the j Travis, Weitzel, Cooper. I!close of the season as in past years
practices time last few weeks and is E 440 yard: Froemke, Vokes, Rust- the- size of the squad will Ile aug-
expected to make a favorable show- I lander, DeSilva, Whitacre, Cran, Russ, mented in time for the other Fresh-
ing against the Indiana star. Carter, Krickbamn. man meets on the schedule. According
Captain Reed of Indiana will pro- Half-mile: Sabel, Stoddard, Green, to Coach 'Hoyt no previous exper-
bably be shifted up to the 158 pound j Charter, Feinsinger, Coldwater, Clark, ience on the Freshman track team
class, leaving Saul to face Kailes in bannister, Kline. will be required of entries in the meet
the 145 poundi bout. Kailes has been Mile run: -Swinton, Chapman, Schad- and anyone who makes an appear-
in every ieet held this season, al- dIe, Hill, Brown, ClaxtonJ Rarford, ance at the field house tomorrow af-
ternating in the 135 and 1 4pouln( !ichie, Sparrow. te-noon with equipment will le al-
classes. Kailes will be at a weight Broad jump: Kelly, Arndt, West, lowed to take part in any event in
disadvantage, but tme Michigan nmat Crane, 1o31d, Mintz, Vance, Desdn- which he wants to.
fans are certain that the Indiana i)r.i' Twelve events will be run off by
flash will have to display a speedy at- the Michigan yearlings during the
tack to down the Wolverine. course of the afternoon. The order of
Sinclair, who won his secondS bout j qaU events will Ile as follows: 60 yard
this season in the Badger meet, will " dash, GO yard high hurdles, 60 yard
probably meet Reed, star middle- M eet Jap Ni e low hrds , . ,
weight and captain of the Indiana ag- !_mile relay, high jump, broad jump.
gregation. Sinclair has been defeat- Michigan baseball followers will pole vault, and shot put.
ed in some very close matches and have an opportunity to see a Japan-
will do his utmost to garner a few s bascball team in action again thist Penn State letter men are better
points for the Maize and Blue team.,T- than average students, according to a
Preton wo wn is atc i hi year. Thme Osaka Mainichi all-star i
Preston, who won his match in his nine comrnposed of .Jap college and am- survey of scholastic standing of vari
initial performance in the HTawkeye saous students just compiled by the cob-
meet, will grapple Childs in the light- scduled to meet Michigansat Ann;lege registrar and the dean of men's
hteavyweight bout. Th'e heavyweightAy office. The "S" men, according to
brout will attr'act the greatest atten- I Arbor on May 27.:teefius, talsvn Ioit
- The team., picked by sporting writ- these figures, stand seven ];mts'
tion in which Goldstein, star Wolver- ers of the Osaka Mainichi, a leading above the average of all men students
ine heavy weight will meet Fisher, the er oftheOsPenninchState.dng
newspaper of Osaka and Toyko, is at Penn State.
Hoosier sensation. Goldstein has per-- Isaid to be the strongest ever sent
formed well throughout the season I 5ayskAggies won the basket-
and will probably accompany Baker to play abroad. andLaves next month ball championship of the southwestern
to the individual championship meetfor Ianss gaine in the I ataeia conference Feb. 28 when they defeat-
Islands, playing in the United States
at Minneapolis. in May and une. ed Arkansas at Fayetteville, 25-23.
Last season, the Maize and Blue
RflflXPECTf P nine played a team from the Orient Yesterday Coach Fisher's catching
' Meiji university, it has been impos- prospects received a blow. John
sible for that institution to send a Shag, a backstop, of Varsity calibre
IEI teamt o theU anitedState .is year last season, but ineligibleat that
09TTLE I1II W IMII~t because of financial mreasons. Last tune, seriously split a finger on his
spring, the first game with Meiji re- throwing hand while at practice. Ile
Chicago, Ill., Mar. 5- Chicago's sulted in a walk away for Fisher's will be unable to practice for a least'
campus has been in a state of uproar men, but the second was won in the 'a month.
of late in anticipation of the bask- ninth inning, when Harry Kipke hit a
etball game with Mlichigan this Sattur- home run with the bases loaded as a't
day. Although the Maroon team climax to his athletic career at Mich- Read
would not appear to be of extraordin- iganxea
ary calibre by glancing at this sea-
soi's statistics, in truth they have a
potentially excellent assemblage of
basketball talent. In the past they
have played some real games, as!
shown by the Wolverines' defeat at ;
their hands in January. Another ex-
ample of their hrowess was shown
when the powerful Ohio squad, pres-
ent league leaders, just managed to
squeeze out a victory over Chicago
to the tune of 24-23.
It seems that the Wu1indy City quin- 1 Dom estic and Im ported
tet lays their best brand of ball
against Michigan, so a hard fought a
interesting battle is bound to take
place in Ann Arbor, March 7, when
the two teams clash once more. Micli
ime two tenis (wlash oneoe. nih We are showing some thirty odd color combinations,
igan no (101u1t will dev'ote its enitireO y
effort to wipe out time record of the Oat-Meal and Lavendar shades as well as the more conse
former defeat. lowever after a sur-
vey of the Chicago attiIde, it scnms'
amt he smga to- emFaid'tlessly Tailored by KAI
t hat thme Mbichigan t ossers will Have Fau Ia-rdb 1E1
much mo.e opposition than they ex-
pect. The Maroons are out to vin; .
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