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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CHER-RYLOST TO
BA SKETBALL TEA-M
Martin, Petrie, Bisset, Marshall,
Cranage And George Also Fall By
Wayside, Returns Show
NEW MEN AVAILABLE

NATION

Ineligibility has taken its toll of
Varsity athletes.
According to unofficial announce-
ments made yesterday aftrnoon, more
than, six athletes have fallen by the
wayside as a result of the final term
examinations held (luring the past two
weeks.
The-final list of those who have
been lplace under scholastic ban will
be issued today or tomorrow, but
present reports indicate that basket-
ball will receive the hardest blow.
"Red" Cherry, star running guard
on Coach Mather's championship as-
piring five, has been definitely lost to
the team. Cherry was Varsity back-
stop on the baseball nine last spring
and will be lost to the diamond squad
as well. The scholastic ban brings
to a sudden halt Red's athletic activi-
ties at the University as he is a senior.
Jim Martin and Wilbur Petrie, both
playing their first year on the Var-
sity basketball squad, are the other
two court players to suffer. Martin
has played forward and center and
has shown considerable prom ise while
Petrie had been groome to fill
Cherry's place for next year.
Hockey has also been dealt a severe
blow, with one regular and two sub-
stitutes among the missing. Bissett
and Marshall, substitute defense and
wing respectively, have been lost to
the puck squad, whilethe fate of one
of the regulars is still undetermined.
This loss is lessened considerably by
the addition of Harry MacDuff, rega-
lar wing last season, and Mort Fish-
er and Bill Hooper, two promising
sophomores, whd erased their defici-
encies.
Wrestling suffers with the loss of
Cranage, star 145 pounder, and
George, heavyweight. Both these
men will leave vacancies that will be
difficult to fill. Campbell, 175 pound-
er, is lost through graduation, but
Rich, who just completed his fresh-
man year, will be a welcome addition
in this division.
Yesterday's reports failed to bring
to light any ineligibility among the
Varsity track candidates, although it
is practically certain that Coach
Steve Farrell will gain two star
sprinters. Both Hestern and Leshin-
sky, former Detroit stars, are expect-
ed.to join the track squad before the
week is over. Prout, a pole vaulter,
is also expected to join the ranks of
the eligible.
A[LL-AMPU'SBOWLING'
TIME LIMIT EXTENDED,
Extensions in time limits for the
interfraternity and all-campus bowl-
ing tournaments have been granted
by the intramuraloffice.
Competition In the fraternity con-
tests will end on Wednesday evening,
Feb. 10. The following teams must
bowl their qualifying round before
the set time or be disqualified: Delta
Chi, Kappa Delta Rho, Kappa Sigma,
Phi Epsilon Pi, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi
Lambda Kappa, Phi Mu Alpha, Sigmai
Phi Epsilon, Theta Kappa Nu, Trigon. 4
Phi Sigma Delta leads the qualify-
ing round at present with a score of
2506, closely followed by Phi Sigma
Kappa with 24S9. Other teams whose
scores warrant their places in the
second round are: Alpha Chi Sigma,
Beta Theta Pi, Sigma Delta Kappa,
Sigma Chi, Sigma Alpha Mu.
Entries for the all-campus matches
will close at 3 o'clock Thursday. The
qualifying round will start next Mon-
day.
Tryouts Open For
Sigma Delta Psi
Winter tryouts for Sigma Delta Psi
honorary athletic fraternity will be
held Feb. 9 to 20. All those interest-
ed should report at once to the intra-
mural office, while those who have al-
re dy completed 'some of the events
should see Coach Hoyt.

P. Northrup, and H. R. Ohlheiser
have completed their tests this yea r
while G. Snyder and C. S. Bishop have
nearly completed the trials. The mem-
bers of the fraternity now in the
University are R. U. Cooper, B. Shoe-
smith, J. Barkovich, H. R. Ohlheiser,
P. Northrup.

'Michigan State,
Pucksters
Lose TO Varsity
Coach Barrs' Varsity hockey sextet
jhanded the Michigan State puck squad
a 4-1 defeat Friday afternoon at the
Lansing rink, thus chalking up its
secondl victory of the season.
The Wolverines experienced little
difficulty in overcoming the State
team, scoring at least, one goal in
each of the three periods. Captain
Reynolds opened the scoring soon
after the start of hostilities when he
shot the puck past the State goal
tender after bringing the puck to
within scoring distance by some clever
work.
Sibilsky accounted for Michigan's
second goal early in the next period
when he scored on a pass from Rey-'
nolds. Roach scored the third goal
in the final stanza after receiving al
pass from Sibilsky. The latter play-
er ended the scoring with a pretty
shot after he and Reynolds hadl
brought the puck from Michigan
State territory by a clever exhibition
of passwork. The Green anq White
chalked up their only marker in the
final period.
Coach Barss will devote the remain-
der of the week preparing for the
strong Wisconsin team that will face
the Wolverines on Friday and Satur-
day nights. Due to the fact that in-
eligibility and gr4duation have re-
moved several stars from the lineup,
this task appears to be a difficult one.
The status of Gabler, star defense
man, is still uncertain, but Bissett1
and Marshall, both promising sub-
stitutes, have been definitely lost to
the squad. Walt Levi, husky wing-
man, will be lost due to graduation in
mid-year.
The loss of these three men will}
be partly offset by the addition of'
three other players to the squad.
Harry MacDuff, a star wingman last
year, and a brother to the former Wol-
verine captain, has become eligible
and should prove a strong addition.
IMort Fisher and Bill Hooper, two
promising sophomores, have also be-
some eligible, but their ability has
never been tested in Varsity compe-
tition.
Iror every article for sale, there is
a buyer. Reach him thru Classifleds.

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YV r PRIrE Coach Fisher Has
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DEFET MCHIAN~ For Winning Nine

TAKE TOLL"OF

VARSITY

Wolverines Lead By Seven Points Uin-
til .1lolenda And Harrigan Are
Ousted For Personal Fouls
LOCALS MISS 8 FOULS
Michigan's Varsity basketball five'
journeyed to Syracuse on Saturday
and dropped a closely fought contest
to the undefeated Orange quintet by]
a 36-32 score.
Playing fast throughout the first
half and the major part of the second,
Michigan held a seven point lead over
the home team. Then Molenda wasI
ousted on personals and Syracuse
started their winning rally. Harrigan
had been delegated to watch Hanson,
the Orange team's sensational scorer,
and had been doing a good job, hold-
ing him to two field goals. Harrigan,
however, soon followed Molenda to
the showers, leaving Hanson free to
swell his total to five.
Not content with presenting the Sy-
racuse outfit with chances to score
on fouls, Michigan squandered their,
own, making but two out of ten tries.
In goals from the field, the Wolver-
ines outscored their opponents, 15 to
13 baskets. Molenda led the attack
with four hoopers while Harrigan,
Oosterbaan, and Doyle counted three
each. Chambers made the other two.
With Cherry declared ineligible for
further competition, Oosterbaan start-
ed against Syracuse. Reece, Line, and
Schroeder also saw service.
Saturday the squad will journey to
Iowa, moving from there to Minne-
apolis for a game Monday with the
Gophers. With two such important in.
the near future, M ther will speid the
week rebuilding his team.
NEW YORK.-Two games are sche-
duled in the Eastern Intercollegiate
Basketball league this week, Columbia
meeting Pennsylvania in New York'
Friday and Cornell visiting Dartmouth
at Hanover Saturday.
Fraternities and Sororities
see Page 4
for Desirable Houses

With exams over, and the Illinois
indoor relay carnival less that three -
weeks away, Coach Farrell is putting
the Varsity track men through a
strenuous practice in preparation for!
'the meet.t
The men are all slowly rounding in1
shape, and Steve hopes to have them
at their prime for the Illinois meett
trials a week from Saturday. From4
the results of these trials the per-u
sonnel of the squad that will makeI
the trip to Urbana will be determined. r
With the possible return of Hesteru
and Prout, the track team will be
strengthened considerably, as Hesters
is a fast man in the short dashes,J
while Prout is an able pole vaulter..
So far the sprints have been the weak-i
est department of the team, but with
the eligibility of Hester and the pos-n
sibility that Leshinsky may compete,i
it will be improved greatly._.;
Coach Farrell plans to enter in alla
the relay events at the Urbana meet.b

TRA-CK MEN TRA ,IN
FOR ILLIINI MEET
Coach Fisher has a difficult task
in attempting to mold a championship
baseball team this year for, after
graduation and ineligibility have taken
their toll, there remain but five of the
15 lettermen of last season's team.
Davis and Baker remain as the
veteran catchers and Edgar a promis-
ing recruit is likely to make the reg-
ulars work hard for their old posi-
tions. Cherry, who did most of the
receiving work a year ago, has fallen
under faculty ban. .
Of the three veteran pitchers, Ben-
son has graduated and Walter and
Jablonowski remain. Hovey and
Thorne are recruits that show prom-
ise.
The graduation of Haggerty, Dill-
man, and Giles created a hole in the
infield. Captain Wilson is the only
regular left and will probably be seen
at his accustomed position at first
base. Ryrholm, who was certain to
be the regular second baseman, was
permanently injured in an automobile
accidefft and many of the promising
freshman infielders have been declar-
ed ineligible. The promising recruits
for the indoor defense include Loos,
a freshman, and Gilbert, Friedman,
and Oosterbaan of the football team.
Coleman, Bachman, and Steger, reg-
ular outfielders were lost through
graduation and Froemke has left
school. Of the regular outfielders
there remains only Pucklewartz, who
again will play center field.

WOLVERINE GRAPPLERS BOW TO
PURDUE MA TMEN SA TURDA Y, 9-8
Coach Keen's Wolverine wrestling bouts of the meet in defeating ,ones,
team met defeat in the second dual Purdue 125 pounder, in an overtime
meet of thei th Ybout. The Wolverine sophomore show-
house Saturday when the Purdue uni- ed wonderful form against the vet-
versity grapplers annexed a close vie- eran Purdue bantamweight, proving
tory by a margin of one point, 9-8. thatlie is one of the outstanding men
3I of the squad.
The Michigan mat team won four Donohoe fought hard to gain a fall
out of the seven bouts, but aggregated I over his opponent in the. 158 pound
all their points on decision while the I
Boilermaker's won two bouts on de- division, but Meloy's clever defensive
cisions and garnered five points on work when in dangerous positions
a fall in the light heavyweight class. saved his team from defeat.
Before the last bout between Greil- To Barge goes a large share-of the
ing of Michigan and Johnson, heavy- credit for the Purdue victory. His
weight of the Purdue team, Michigani performance in the light heavyweight
led with the score 8 to 7. Greiling bout was much above the average
forced the issue in the first 12 min- match, his speed and strength prov-
utes but the bout ended on even terms. ing too much for Campbell of Michi-
In the overtime the heavy Purdue ban.
grappler outpointed the Wolvorine, Now with Cranage and George in-
gaining one minute and 52 seconds eligible for competition Coach Keen is
advantage. faced with a more perplexing prob-
Captain Baker displayed his usual 'lem to build up a winning team. The
form and had little trouble defeating addition of Rich, a light heavyweight
Myers of Purdue in the 115 poundfrom the freshman squad will 'do
bout. The Michigan captain made re- much to offset the ineligibility losses
peated attempts to gain a fall on his however.
opponent, but the Purdue grappler
proved strong defensively and was NICE. - In several months radio
content to lose on a decision with 6 fans at home will be enabled to see
minutes and 55 seconds advantage in persons in front of the microphone,.it
favor of the Wolverine. is predicted by Edouard Belin, noted
Solomon wrestled one of the best French inventor.
EXCLUSIVE STYLES--MODERATELY PRICED

ATHLETES

BASEBALL CANDIDATES
All candidates for the Varsity
baseball team are to report at
3 o'clock Thursday at the field
house. Members of last year's
squad will be issued equipment,
other candidates are requested to
furnish their own.
RAY L. FISHER,
Baseball Coach.

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