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S ,M E3 N D arsity Matm~n To l STAAR FIRST BASEMAN
- Meet Ohlio Satu rday-
VICTORIOUS ROAD TRIP'n Yost Field House
~ 1I~~~ ~ ~ ipittFnr Coach Keen's Varsity wrestlers will

FACES

TRADITIONAL. HOODOO

Wol erlle; SI~hsb~, liriell meet their secondl real test of the pres-
Spindle ';1,011 Ret eut Conference season Saturday after-
noon when they engage the powerful'
CAPT1URE THREE MEETS IOhiio State mat team at the Yost Field
______house in the first home meet of the Big'
Michigan's swimming victory over' Ten schedule. With two Conference
Iowa by a 50-149 score in the meet Mon- victories to their crei~t the Wolver..
dlay at Iowa City marked, the close- of roes will atl einpi to continue their
a successful trip, and classed the Wol- I perfe.a;t'ecorcd.
verines among) the Conference leaders, I The invaders b)oas;t one of the bestl
in the opinion of Coach Matt Mann. I balanced tlearns in the. Conference this
With victories over Chicago, Wis-E year and have scored a number of Im-!
consin, and Iowa to their credit, the p Iressive victories. Among the teams I
Varsity men are now preparing for that have fallen before the Scarl et and!}
the: Michigan State meet scheduled for "Gray grapplers are Michigan State and
Monday, and the contest with North- Northwester'n, and the Michigan mat-'
western to be held Feb. 26, at the meji lave scored victories over these
'Union pool. same teams by nearly similar scores.
Sliorr Wis at Chiceago Captain Ray Rosh on, Conference
The showting in the three meets champion at 175 pounds, leads the
proved b;eyond (doub~t that the Michi- veterani Ohio State team which has
gan'team is not especially weak in any bow ed only to Indiana, one of the most'
one event with the possible exception powerful outfits in the Big Ten. in
of the fancy diving, In the breast the 115 pound class the Buckeye coach;
stroke, also, Shiorr was able to winI will use either Shanley or C'ushman!
only once, this in the nieet at Chicago,j who have alternated in several of this
in the fast time "of 2:46 2-5, but hisI year's meets.. l3oth of these men have'
defeats at the hands of Kratz, Wiscon-1 displayed real wr'etding ability.
sin, aitd Carter, Iowa, twuo'of the stars Snyder, Ohio captain last year, may
of the Big Ten in this event, does not be used in the 125 pounol division, al-
eliminate hime from the race. thoughi he has not wrestled-so far this
The showing of Capt. Samson, Dar-, season.
hell, and Spindle have been particular- Inl case Hum'mel, regular 145 pound
ly ojtstanding. Samson has turned in representative who was injured seve-
exceptional performances in all free ral weeks ago, is unab~le to competej
style events from the 40 to 440 yardI Saturday, the Ohio coach will send;
races, while Spindle's p)erformance in Rudy or heal against the Michigan
the 150 yard back stroke at Iowa, in entry, The former wrestled the first
which be swamn the event in 1: 50.2, meet of his Conference career against
bettering the Conference record, and Northwester'n last week.
his defeat of Oker, Chicago star, cause Capt Donahoe will meet Wilford ofj
hini to be regarded as a mnatch for the Ohio team in the 158 pound bout.I
Hill, Minnesota, who holds the Big With the return of Solomon, 125 1
Ten title. pound star from last year's Varsity,j
The relay team composed of Watson, and Rich, letterman at 175 pounds, to
Seager, Samson, and Darnell, failed to the lineup, Coach Keen will be able
establish a tank record at Iowa, al- I to send his strongest team against
though the time' was 1: 51.3, whilej Ohio State.?
Carter's time of 2:54.8 in the breast ____________________
stroke also fell short ot the tank II
mark. In all the other events on the TRACK MIANAGERISHIPS
program, however, new records were
established, this despite the fact that I Sophomores" who desire to try
Coach Mann did not use his fastest!I out for the assistant track mana-
men in each event.I ger should report at Yost field
Water Polo Teami Loses Twice ( house at 3 o'clock any afternoon.I
In spite of the defeats suffered atI Willis L. Topper, ig'r.
the hands of Chicago, and Wisconsin. ___________________
in water polo, the Wolverines staged(y
a comeback to defeat the Hlawkeyes by
a score of 7-2.
The Michigan team accounted for
first and second places in, the 50 yardF 1 "
and 440 yard free style, and in theI
back :stroke, in all three of the meets.
In the back stroke, especially, this
camie as a surprise, when both Spindle
and J. 1-lalsted defeated Oker. Hersch-
berg er's defeat by both Samnson and Da il nt e5 adrc loc m
as anllupset. I uin o
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I To Hold Time TriaLnflIKEMENTO PE
.For Illinois R elayvs UI
ITrack Coach Stephen J. Farrell ani-1 ON F[R[rNC[ SEASON
1lounced yesterday that time trials
will be held Saturday in all events in; Michigan's hockey t amu w ill open it :
prearaionfortheIllnoi ReaysI onferenice schedule this wek-end
Swhich will take place Feb. 25 and 261 when it encounters W1isconsin in two
at Urbana. games Friday and Saturday at M1adi-
Th'ie Varsity men have been slowly, son, Following the games at Mladisoni
rounding into shape during the past thme Michigan squad will go to -Mizrnea-
month, but Coach Farrell is forced to polis to meet the University of Minnie-
hold the trials because he has no other r ota _in a two game series. The ganmes
means of getting a line on his mien. at Minneapolis will be playedl Tues-
Due to the absence of a place suitable dlay and Wednesday.
for' indoor meets during the basket-' Coach Barss has not yet definitely
ball season, Michigan has alwvays beenanoce whhsutits ilb
hniaped in the past because of taken when the sqquad starts its
lack of competition, and Coach Farrell jorelot ooro.Rah ~u
1plans to overcome this t~is year bye lar defense man, was injuredl during a
taking an extraordinarily large squad;rm ihMcia tt
to Illinois. practice gaewhMiian t<t
° ~college last Saturday and it is not
however, even in this move iichi- certain whether or not he will 1w
gani will be at a disadvantage, for able to make the tri'p. Colmub1)whor
Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Ohio State,I.satd hegm Moay gail;
and Chicago all have engaged in dual Mcst Sartd tegame Mndy, aire vit;
meets.; Cabler, will be with the team duritit
E YO .-Te 197 U I ttle trip amid will begin play atMAcl 1J-
NEW ORK-Th 192 Untedson if Roach is not ready.
States indoor track and field champ-!1 Captain Steve Jones, goal tec r-,
ionships of thae A. A. U. have been!I Larson and Maney, forwards, Hooper,
awarded to New York by vote of the j center, and Gabler, defense, are. the
board of-governors. . regulars who will get into action,
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'WALTsv, JMNSO.GeoreG f~ J ~
(George Burns, star first sacker of the Cleveland Indiuns who was awarded the American league's
"most valuable player" trophy, last season, by committee of sports writer.s, [aces the hoodoo that has fol-
lowed in the wake of the coveted award i the cases of George Sier, Babe Pauth, 'Walter Johnson andl Roger
Peckinpaugh, other diamopd stars who have attained the honor. B~aseball fans are speculating as to whether
or not 'Burns' play will take a slump this year~.

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