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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1926

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rOCKE Y TEAM DEFEA TS WISCONSIN2=1 IN SECOND G

AME

OUFF SCORES IN
FST 45 SECONDSi
4ausky Ties Contest With Marker
Later In First Period; Capt.
Reynolds Tallies Final
GABLER, ROACH STAR!
Although lacking the all-round team-
play displayed by the Wisconsin sex-
tet, Michigan's Varsity puck chasers
earned a 2-1 victory over the Badgers
last night, and recorded the first Big
Ten ice victory, the other three Con-
ference games having ended in ties.
The Wolverines offset their lack of
teamwork by the individual work of
Captain Reynolds, Gabler and Roach.
Although playing the defense position,
the latter two players played a prom-
itent part in bringing the puck up
the ice, as well as being chiefly re-
sponsible for keeping the visitors in
check throughout the contest.
This victory places Michigan in the
lead for the Big Ten championship,
as Wisconsin and Minnesota, the only
other two Conference schools that
boast of hockey teams, played two tie
games, while Michigan tied the Badg-
ers Friday night.
Employing tactics that were not in
'evidence at Friday's game, the Wol-
verine team assumed the offense at
tlhe start, and succeeded in bringing
the puckswithin eay scoring distance,
McDuff, Wolverine wingman, sending
the puck into the Badger goal 45 sec-
onds after the contest opened.
With Michigan playing hard to keep1
her legd, and .with the Wisconiin
skaters fighting to even matters, the
next few minutes resolved itself into
'a bitter contest. Both teams showed
flashes of a clever offense, and finally
Jansky, Badger right wing, eluded
the Wolverine skaters, and then sent
1the puck into the goal for the tiing
marker. The' remainder of the first
period found both teams bringing the
puck into scoring distance, but tight-
ened defenses prevented any further
scoring.
Both teams started the second
period with the same speed that mark-
ed the opening stanza, but the Wol-
verines heldt the upper hand. It was
in this period that the work of the
defense men featured the play of the
Michigan team. Roach and GablerI
formed the bulwark of the Michigan
defense, using their weight and clever
handling of the stick to particular ad-
Vantage.
;Time after time Gabler took the
puck around the back of the Michi-
gan goal, eluded several Badger skat-
ers, and brought the puck down the
ice, but rarely was there a Michigan
skater close by for a pass. The in-
dividual work of the two defense men
and Captain Reynolds kept the Badg-
ers on the defense for the greater
part of this period.
A few minutes before the end of
the period, Reynolds managed to get
possesion of the puck in the center
of. the rink, and, wending his way
through the Wisconsin defense, he
shot for the goal, but the goal guard
stoppedf the attempt. Reynolds, went
after the puck again, and this time
he sent it past the goal guard for
the winning, point.
t Michigan maintained its superiority
over the Badgers throughout the final
period, also, being more successful in
bringing the puck close to the goal,
but again failing to take advantage
of the individual wiork of Roach, Gab-
ter, and Reynolds.
Michigan will face the strong Min-
nesota. team in a two game series on
Friday and Saturday of next week.
The Line-up

Farrell Holds '
First Time
'Trials o fYear
Coach Farrell held the first trial
s runs of the season in the mile, half
mile, quarter mile and the 65 yard
dash at the field house yesterday af-
ternoon and the results were not dis-
appointing considering the earliness
of the season and the short time which
the men have been in training.
Freyberg took the lead on the sixth
lap of the- mile run and won in 4:2
closely pressed by Jung as they cross-
ed the finish. Neither man seemed
tired at the finish and looked as if
they could have stood a faster pace.
Briggs finished third about 15 yards
behind Jung. Reinke had an off day
and Callahan did not run. In the
final trials for the Illinois relay car-
nival which will be held at the field
house next Saturday, Coach Farrell
expects to pick four of these men to
represent Michigan in the four mile
relay.
Feinsinger, Muller, and Olheiser
finished within an arms length of each
other in the quarter mile run in 52
seconds. The time of the winner was
close to that made in the Cornell-
Michigan meet a year ago which is
considered as the field house record.
Wagoner and Thoits crossed the line
together in 2:02 1-5 in the half mile
run and Pfluke finished about five
yards behind the pair of winners.
Hart a Varsity half miler a year ago
is ineligible this year, and Likert a
letterman in the same event last sea-
son will not be able to run this sea-
son because of illness.
In the 65 yard dash, Kelley beat
out Meese by inches in seven seconds.
Hester, who reached the sim-finals
in the Olympic games, did not run be-
cause of a strained tendon.
Northrup yesterday took his first
workout in the pole vault since his
appendicitis operation last December.
Prout in his vaulting showed im-
proved form over a year ago and it is
expected he wil reach greater heights
with less effort.
VAR0SITY FIVE TO FACE
MINNESOTATOMORROW,
After playing the University of
Iowa five at Iowa City last night,
Coach .Mather's Michigan basketball
team left immediately for Minneapolis
where the Wolverines will meet the
Gophers tomorrow night.
Minnesota has had one week of
complete rest since the Michigan game
here a week ago, having no Big Ten
games scheduled for this week end.
Minnesota and Northwestern were the
only Conference teams that were not
in action last night, but the Purple
met the Ohio State five Friday, win-
ning by an overwhelming score.
Michigan's strength is still undeter-
mined since the complete shakeup due
to the losses through ineligibility.
Molenda and Cherry were not in the
lineup that faced the Minnesota five
here in Yost field house and the Wol-
verines may feel the loss of its stars
when they face the Minnesota team on
its home floor.
EAST LANSING, Mich.,-The Uni-
versity of Cincinnati swimming team
winning firists !in every event, de-
feated the Michigan State cllege
50 to 19, here last night.

Swimming Team To Meet Frosh
Tomorrow, M. S. C. Wednesday

Michigan's Varsity swimming team
will meet the freshman squad in a
dual meet tomorrow afternoon in the
Union pool, and on Wednesday Mich-
igan State's team will come here for
the second encounter of the week.
Coach Mann's men have ben tak-
ing it rather easy since the Chicago
meet due to the examinations and a
lull in the schedule, but from now
until the Conference meet here March
12, 13, the squad will be kept going
at high speed all of the time.
The meet tomorrow afternoon will
give Coach Mann a chance to get a
line on his regulars for the Michigan
State meet and the latter affair will
serve as a sort of preliminary to the
Northwestern meet. Coach Mann will
send all of his regulars into the meet
tomorrow afternoon, the Varsity i ,
favored to defeat the yearlings, al-
though the first year men boast a
few star performers.
The Varsity back stroke men, Bat-
ter, John Halsted and Robert Halsted
will be forced to extend themselves
to the limit if they are to defeat
Spindle, Chaffee, and Fulghum in their'
favorite event. In the breast stroke,
Shorr and Whittingham of the Var-
sity will get a real test when they
meet Byron Hughes of the freshman
team. Hughes has been improving
rapidly all season and should be at

his best against the varsity tomorrow.
The yearling free style men, Be-
ment, McDonald, mrothers, and Wat-
son are outclassed in all their races.
Darnall and Gow of the Varsity be-
ing counted on to place first and sec-
ond in the 50 and 100 yard dashes,
while Samson and Dunakin are fav-
ored to finish in a similar manner in
the 440 yard dash.
Harrison and Starrett, Varsity
fancy divers, will have to be at their
best if they are to defeat the fresh-
men divers in this event. Maney,
Benedict, and Bailey are the freshman
entries in the dive.
Michigan's entries for the State
meet will be determined to some ex-
tent by the outcome of tomorrow's
meet.
MILWAUKEE, Wis.-Ernie Nevers,
professional football and basketball
player, who appeared here in a pro-
fessional basketball game last night,
announced that Ire had offers from
three motion picture companies. The
offers are sufficiently large, Nevers
said, to cause him indecision regard-
ing his agreement with the St. Louis
Browns.
Northwestern swimmers meet Iowa
in a dual meet tonight.

ALL A RECORD TURNED
IN BYTRACK LEADER
Richard H. Freyberg, '26, captain of
the Varsity track team, was among)
the first students of the University
to turn in a perfect scholastic record
for the past semester.
In the past three semesters, Frey-
berg has completed his work with
no grade less than an A in any'
course. To add to this, he is consid-
ered one of the best half milers in
the Conference, and was a big factor
in the success of the 1925 Wolverine
track team. In making his scholastic
record this semester, Freyberg was
one of the 10 seniors to achieve this
honor.

POSTPONE HOCKEY GAME
Tad Wieman, assistant direc-
tor of athletics, announced after
the Michigan-Wisconsin hockey
game last night that the sche-
duled contest with the Marquette
sextet tomorrow night has been
postponed until a week from to-
morrow.
Due to this postponement the I
Varsity pucksters will have no
contest until Friday night, when
the strong Minnesota team will I
travel to Ann Arbor for a two I
game series.
PARIS.-Senor Paolino knocked out
Soldier Jones in the first round of a'
bout at Paris Tuesday night.

SIGNAL TO INDICATE
CONDITION1 OF ICE RINK
Announcement that the ice at the
Coliseum is in condition fo'r skating
will be made to all those interested
by the display of the regular skating
signal, a red ball on a white back-
ground, according to Harry Tillotson,
business manager of the Athletic as-
sociation.
A white flag, with a red ball in the
center, will be displayed on the top
of the Coliseum, while a large white
card, with the same emblem,, will be
posted in front of George Moe's spgrt
shop. No sign will be displayed when
there is no skating.

imill WIN

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McDuff. . . R.W........Jansky
Reynolds.......L.W........ Lidicker
Fisher .........C............Gross
Roach.........R.D......... Murphy
Gabler ........ L.D.......McCarter,
Weitzel........G...........Ruff
Summaries: Goals. Michigan. Mc-
Duff, Reynolds. Wisconsin. Jansky.
Spares: Michigan, Denton, Sibilsky,
Hooper. Wisconsin, Kneebon, White-
side.
Time of periods. 20 minutes.
Referee, Bradfield, Windsor.
CANNES, France. - Miss Helen
Wills and her partner, Mile. Conto-
slavos, defeated Mrs. Young and Miss
E. M. Green in the womens doubles s
of the Carlton tournament by the de-
cisive score of 6-0, 6-2.
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play will start on Tuesday, Feb. 23.
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