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Swimming Team Defeats Chicago; Pucksters Win From

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Fellinger With First Place In Fancy
Dive Is Only Maroon To 'Wi
An Individual Event



Displaying excellent form in evefyI
event, Coach Matt Mann's Varsityj
swimming team easily defeated Chi-
cago, 55-14, in a dual meet held last
night at the Union pool. Michigan
also won the water polo.in an over-
time game, 4-2.
Michigan took the lead when the re-
lay quartet composed of Samson, Bat-
ter, Darnall, and Gow won an easy
victory from the Maroon squad in one
minute, 44 seconds. From that time
on Chicago did not score better than
third until next to the last event, the
fancy diving, in which Fellinger of
Chicago outclassed Harrison in a
pretty duel in which the lead wavered
back and forth until the completion
of the final dive.
The opposition which was expected
in the breast stroke event failed to
materialize, Shoor and Whittingham
placing first and second respectively
in easy fashion. Diamond, the Chi-
cago entry was a poor third.
Robert Darnall won both the 50 and
100 yard free styles by a wide margin,
swimming the latter event in 55 and
2-10 seconds, which closely approach-
es the national collegiate record.
Gow nosed out Noyes for second in
the 50, while Samson was second tol
Darnall in the 100. Samson and
Dunakin, for the third meet in as
many weeks, found the going easy in
the 440 yard event, finishing first and.
second a length ahead of Greenberg.
of Chicago.

ham (M); second; Diamond (C) third.
50 yard free style, won by Darnall
(M); Gow (M), second; Noyes (C)
third. 440 yard swim, won by Sam-
son (M); Dunakin (M), second;c
Greenberg (C), third.
150 yard back stroke, won by Bat-
ter (M); R. Halsted (M), second; Jel-
inek (C), third. 100 yard free style,
fwon by Darnall (M) ; Samson (M),
second; Noyes (C), third. Fancy Div-
ing, won by Fellinger (C); Harrison
(M) second; Wilder (C), third. Med-
ley relay, won by Michigan.
(By Associated Press)
DETROIT, Jan. 23.-Hitting home-
runs in the dead of winter, with a
hockey stick and puck for bat and
ball respectively, is one of the thrills
pictured in the current issue of The
American Boy by Prof. J. C. Elsom of
the pl*sical education department of
the University of Wisconsin in a ser-
ies of suggestions for "Ice Carnivals."
"Try baseball hockey," he suggests.
"It is played with a baseball lineup
and hockey equipment. It is not as
simple as it sounds either, to make
a three bagger when the puck is shot
toward you along the ice by the pitch-
er's stick. And it is twice a hard to
slide into second safely. About the
only difference between the game and
regular baseball is that you don't put
your hands on the ball. To put a man
out, simply stop and hold the ball
with skate or stick and touch the
base he is trying to reach."
Ice tennis is another suggestion
'Professor Elsom writes will prove af
fascinating feature for an ice carnival.
The game is played on an ice court
of regulation size, with regular rack-
ets and balls. Tennis players, how-
ever will find that stopning and.Start-

Four Mile Relay
Trophy At Stake
In:Illinois Meet
(By Associated Press)
Athletic authorities of the Univer-
sity, of Michigan, are packing a big
bronze figure of a runner, a competi-
tive trophy of the Illinois Relays,
preparatory to shipping it back to Ur-
bana for this year's competition.
It is the trophy given to the winner
of the four mile event, and Coach
Steve Farrell is starting out to buildJ
a four mile team that will bring that
trophy back to Michigan.
It is a matter of sentiment to Far-
rell, for the last name. on the trophy
is Hicks. It was his running a year
ago that brought the trophy to Michi-,
gan, and Farrell, grizzled veteran of
track competitions, wants the trophy
as a memorial of the man who would
not allow physical incapacity to
thwart him.
The trophy has another meaning to
Farrell. It represents the fastest time
in which a four mile relay team of
the University of Michigan ever won
the stellar collegiate event of the
track. The record that follows the
name of Hicks on the pedestal of the
trophy is 18 minutes, 19 3-5 seconds.
This time is only 2 3-5 seconds slower
than the Illinois record.
All battery candidates for the
Varsity baseball squad will re- J
port at 2:30 o'clock, Feb. 3 at
the field house. Only members I
of last year's squad will receiveJ
equipment. All other candidates
will report on week later.

Chess Wizard
=i Wins In East
' .
j ~Dr. Eanuuel Masker
Dr. Emanuel Lasker of Berline, for-
mer world's chess champion, and win-
ner of second prize in the recent in-
ternational tournament at Moscow, is
making an extended tour of the United
States. In the opening games on his
schedule, Lasker had little trouble
defeating many of the American chess
wizards in the East.
BROOKLYN.-When Walter "Rab-
bit" Maranville reports to the Brook-
lyn management this spring it will be
the third major league club he has
played with in the last two years.

For z9
Southern Califori
1926 track season w
which Coach Dean
expects to develop
ship team. He is
fled with the big cro
letes who have ente
Among the newco
well will have are
Weldon Draper,I
Philips Exeter an
Central High Sch
Texas. Draper wa
the South. Borah
pressive record of
Andover-Exeter me
achieved four place
yards in 10 seconds
dash in 22 2-5 se
49 3-5; and he jum
first place in the b
Other young athle
will be on the sqi
liams, who registe
feet in the pole v
distance star an
jump champiofi of
way may pole vault
six inches before r
try, is the opinion
Dartmouth coach,
Hoff has been doi
training in this cc
Read the

o Season 5T1A I E -M lIN
nia will enter its,
Cith a ronglsad, Michigan's Varsity hockey team won
an easy victory over the MichiganI
into a champion- State ice team last night in the first
particularly grati- game of the season by the score of
p of freshman ath- 4-0. It was Michigan's game through-
sred the university, out the evening. Although the State
mers whom Crom- team fought constantly, they very sel-
Charles Borah and dom threatened the Maize and Blue
the former from goal.
d the latter from The first score came early in the'
ool, Forth Worth, first third when Sibilsky shot an easy
s a titleholder in goal from one side. Michigan did not
has the more im- score again till the beginning of the
the two. In the second third when Gabler made the
et last season he feature play of the game, wfien he
s. He ran the 100 carried the puck the entire length of
flat; the 220-yard the ice unassisted and shot a pretty
conds; the 440 in goal. Roach followed shortly afterI
ped 21 feet to win with a perfect shot into the net and
road jump. Captain Reynolds finished up the scor-I
rtes of promise who ing with a long shot near the end ofj
uad are Jack Wil- the second third.
red more than 13 Gabler and Roach played the stellar
ault; Red Kerr, a gam'es last night, time and again
d Al Bowen, high breaking up plays in the vicinity of
California. the goal, and repeatedly carrying the,
puck down the rink deep into the
tarley Hoff of Nor- enemy territory. Captain Reynolds
h as high as 14 feet played well at center handling the
He quits this coun- puck with rare skill eluding the Lan-
of Harry Hillman, sing men regularly. Sibilsky andi
under whose care Levi started at the wings and played
ng his preliminary consistently. Denton and.Bissett were
)untry. substituted at the wings often during
the course of play. Weitzel played
Want Ads a heady game at goal and stopped all
attem at his goal. In the first few

minutes of play especially he blocked
many long shots at the net. Marshall
was used at wing during last third.
The Lansing team was considerably
outclassed throughout the game. It
was very seldom that they were in
'scoring range of the goal. Captain
Moore played a good game at left
wing for the Green and White team.
Van Meter and Hauptli made up the
rest of the forward wall, with Han-
cock and Hodge at the defenses, and
DeLisle at goal. Although none of
the 'State men played spectacular
games, Hauptli played the best game
and starred for his team.
Many substitutions were made for
both teams as a result of the fact
that this ojened the season ,for the
State men as well as tha Wolverines.
All in all the game was very fast,
exceptionally so for an opening game.
Spills and broken sticks were- fre-
quent. Few offsides were called 'and
referee LaSueuer only penalized one
man throughout the fray.
Coach Barss may well be satis-
fRed with -'the team's showing last
night. The offense which had been
so weak up to last night's game
proved to be unusually powerful.
During the second-quarter Michigan
scored at ease and appears now to be
equally as strong on both offense and
defense and should give Wisconsin a
strong battle for the Conference hon-
ors later in the season.

Trojans Predict,
Good Track Team
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Robert Halsted and Batter took ing and switching and skidding around
things easy in the back stroke, which corners are much different from the
the latter won in the slow time of dry-land game.
two minutes, ten, and 4-10 seconds. Ice golf. too, is suggested, with a
The medley relay trio composed of course of five holes, with snow bunk-
John Halsted, Maurice Shoer, and ers and other hazards.
Jack Gow encountered even less dif-
ficulty than the free style quartet LONDON.-The Daily Express prints
in winning their race, Captain Gow a Pekin dispatch that Marshal Chang
havirrg a three-quarter length lead at Tso-Lin, Manchurian war lord, has is-
the start of the last 100. sued a proclamation declaring it il- I
Chicago put up a hard fight in the legal for foreigners to lease Manchur-
'water polo game but was subdued in ian land. This is in violation of treaty
an overtime period, after they had rights with Japan.
tied the score at two all in the sec-
ond half. BELGRADE.-More than 200 sus-
Darnall of Michigan started out the pects have been arrested and raids
scoring when he caged a pretty goal are being carried on throughout the
from an angle about the middle of the country following discovery of an al-
first half, while Mayer added another leged Communist plot to overthrow the
point with a fast shot from within government.
front of the goal. Chicago with her
first defeat of the season facing her, WASHINGTON.-When Roland Mc-
made a hard attempt at a comeback Kenzie, the capitol's 18-year-old golf
'with a series of long shots, two of star, goes to England next spring as
which were caged for points. Howe a member of the Walker cup team,
and Petrolowitz counted for Chicago. he will be accompanied by Freddie
Michigan's points in the overtime McLeod, the pro who developed him.
period were made by Samson from
within front of the goal on fast pass- Ann Arbor high school won a dual
'es from the backs. meet from Lansing high, 38-19, at
Summaries:-200 yard free style re- Lansing yesterday afternoon. Dick
lay, won by Michigan. 200 yard breast Papenguth, former Varsity diver, is
stroke, won by Shorr (M); Whitting- now coaching Ann Arbor.


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