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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Mkhigan Teams Score Two Victories'
SPEAKERWILL PLAY Wrestlers Score Wolverine Hockey L A. C. TANK SQUAD
Decisive Victory Team Drops Three
W I T H PHILADELPHIA In Spartan Meets Practice Contests INS FROM MICHIGAN

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Teteran Outfielder Comes To Terms
Witit ( onn e;,l Iacrk MAier Ilease
From Witshintotg (1('1ib
WILL REPLACE TY COBB
lMy Aociated Pr s)
NEW YORK, Feb. 6--Tris Speaker
has landed with the Philadelphia
Athletics.w
The veteran outelder, who was
released a few days ago by the
Washington SenAIrs, came to terms
with Connie M'ack and as a result
'will report at the Athletics training
quarters at Frt Meyers, March 1.
Speaker arived in New York yes-
terday from a hunting trip and ar-
ranged details by telephone with
Mack, who is vacationing at Mount
Plymouth, Florida.
Mack's signing of Speaker fills a
gap made in the Philadelphia out-
field by the release of Ty Cobb and
Zach Wheat. Last season "Spoke"
it is understood,, received a salary
from the Senators ranging from
$40,000 to $50,000 which price was an
obstacle this year for a renewal of
contract.
Speaker declined to accept a re-
duction, as suggested by Clark Grif-
fith of the Washington club.
Neither Tris nor Mack would com-
ment on the salary arangement.
"I'm satisfied with the terms and
so is Connie," Speaker said.
Mack paid Cobb a huge sum last
year, som'e reports quoting his ser-
vices commanding as high as $60,-
000, which would be $10,000 under
Babe Ruth's annual check from Col-
onel Ruppert.
The addition of Speaker to the
Philadelphia roster will give Mack a
veteran outfield with Tris at cen-
ter, Al Simmons at left and Ring
Miller in the right corner.
Speaker crq .n d on his stay
with the SenaTrs as a most pleasant
relationship ,;dp;,-ferred to Bucky
Harris as one6 oY the greatest mana-
gers in baseball.
As to his new affiliations the "Gray
Eagle" said the Athletics had fine
prospects and that he looked for-
ward to playing under Mack with
great satisfaction.
MICHIGAN FENCING TEAM
LOSES TO DETROIT CLUB
Inaugurating fencing as a Varsity
sport the Wolverine foilsmen lost
their first match of the season to the
Detroit Fencing club last Saturday,
62-40. Pettibone won We sabre and
foils match from Caswell, 5-4 and 5-4,
losing his other matches by close
scores. Wiggins won one match in
foils from Caswell, 53, while Hammer
defeated Tuscon in foils, 5-4. The
epee duel was won by Seno of the
Detroit club over Wiggers, 1-2.
The next contest for the Michigan
Sduelists will take place at Urbana
next Saturday night when they take
on the strong Illini fencers, marking
the first Big Ten competition for the
newly formed Wolverine fencing
squad.
The results of Saturday's matches
follow:
Sabres-Wiggers lost to Tuscon 5-1,
to Caswell 5-2 Pettibone lost to
Tuscon 5-2 and won from Caswell
5-4.
Foils-Hammer lost to Caswell 5-0,
to Bardwell 5-2 and defeated Tusconi
5-4. Wiggers lost to Tuscon 5-3, to
Bardwell 5-2 and won over Caswell
5-3 Pettibone lost to Tuscon 5-3, to
Bardwell 5-4, winning his match from
Caswell 5-4.
Epee-Wiggers lost to Seno in a
close bout 1-2.

Wolverine wrestlers continued in Irregular practices and regular de-
their winning stride Saturday after- feats has been the diet that the Uni-

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noon by smothering MAichiigan tate, versity of :lichigani hockey team has """ ('omr li M'ii1iivs rIcet
22-5, scoring two falls and decisions been forced to subsist on so far this01er Coach Mann s Team
in four other bouts while the best the
Spartans could do was one fall. season.EarnweatherEconditions RELAY E
Bob Warren, competing in the 175haerbe th WoeinsoflEVN .AU~
ob clasrs, cotited byfa the 7chances to hold regular practices on
pound class, contributed by far the a, yet, Winning seven out of eight events,
most outstanding exhibtion of the Illinois A. C., National A. A U. chain-
meet, although his time advantage -of pions, defeated the Michigan swim-
as the underdogs on all occasions. pos eetdteMcia wm
5 min. 57 sec. was not as large as Three deeats dn the exains. mers, 41-28, in a dual meet in the
that of some of the other winners. . T erio were added to those ad- Union pool Jan. 28. Johnny Weismul-
Warren has wrestled in the 145-pound ministeredaearlier in the season by ler, Buck Samson,. Richard Peterson,
class until this year when the outlook the University or Western Ontario and C. L. Prouty were the chief fac-1
was not so bright with Sauer, Confer- and the University ofMinnesota. tors in the triumph of the ,Tricolor
ence champion, back to take care of Int f the iv he last three games tankmen. Frank Walaitis scored
this division. With Donahoe, Big Ten Michigan State college got the point Michigan's only first place when he
titleholder, at 158 pounds, Warren advanage in a slow encounter list won from Brady and O'Brien of the
could not solve his troubles by step- Wednesday at East onsing. The final I A. C. in fancy diving.
ping up to the next' weight, so Coach score was 2 to 1 the Wolverines get- The 200-yard relay was one of the
Keen pitted him against the best of ting their point in the first 10 min- features of the meet. Michigan held
the 175 pounders.- Warren won, and utes of play. The game was ragged- the lead until the last lap, when Weis-
though outweighed badly has been ly played and the Wolverines are muller sprinted to beat Darnall by
taking good care of the light-heavy- accused of putting on the worst per- inches. Peterson, national breast
weight class. formancQ of the two team's. stroke champion, won the 200-yard
He forced the competition all the In the last two games in which event from Wagner by several yards.
way against Carn, his big State op- the Wolverines have figured they Johnny Wis Twice
ponent and was able to last the full 1were again on the short end of the Weismuller proved his supremacy
10 minutes without being worn down, score. Marquette university's fast in both the 50 and 100-yard free style
coming -close to gaining.a fall two or sextet after beating Michigan State races, defeating Darnall twice. The
three times. 5 o 1, came to Ann Arbor and in two 150-yard back stroke provided anotherI
Although three of the seven bouts games last Friday and Saturday, thrill when Prouty of the I A. C.
went via falls, Ed George, Wolverine rode over the M'aize and Blue team touched out Hubbell and Spindle in a
mammoth, had the easiest time ofall, 3 to 1 and 1 to 0. blanket finish.
gaining a 9 min. 40 sec. time atvan- !_ _ _Samson swam a great race in the
tage over Ferrari, State's heavy- BOILERMAKERS 1440-yard event, negotiating the dis-
weight. Time after time George let REAI tance in 5:06 seconds, 11 seconds fas-
his opponent slip away from him CONFERENCE CAGE LEAD ter than his National Intercollegiate
when he came within an ace of pin- I record of 5:17 established last year.
ning Ferrari's shoulders. As the bout (Continued From Page Eight) I. A. C. won the 300-yard medley re-
ended George was about to score a pears least thorny of all the title lay when Peterson and Samson over-
fall aspirants. Coach Craig Ruby has been came the early lead set by Hubbell of
Kailes, Michigan's 125-pound entry grooming his Illini five since the dis- the Wolverines.
during Thomas' present scholastic tressing Indiana contest won by the Sununaries
difficulties, upset Sojkowski of State Hoosiers, 44-29, about three weeks 200-yard relay: I. A. C (Manivitz,
in decisive fashion with a fall after ago Northwestern, on the other hand, Halloran, Samson, Weismuller)-1st;
less than six minutes of wrestling. appeared ragged in barely trimminng Michigan-2nd. Time: 1:36 2-5.
In the flyweight class, Hewitt con- Minnesota, 25-22, a few days back. 200-yard breast stroke: Peterson
tinued his good work and pinned But Saturday's card carries the I (I. A. C.)-1st; Wagner (Mich.)-2nd;
Schlich, Spartan 115-pounder, in 6 greater interest, even aside from what Halsted (Mich.)-3rd. Time: 2:45 4-5.
mm. 12 sec., without further ado. !should be one of the season's classics, 50-yard free style: Weismuller (I.
Captain Watson stayed on the side- the Boilermakers versus the Wolver- A. C)--1st; Darnall (Mich.)-2nd;
lines and watched while Dulude was ines at the field house. Walaitis (Mich)-3rd. Time: :23 2-5.
inserted into the Wolverine lineup to Indiana, with a record of three wins 440-yard free style: Samson (I. A.
give State her only victory of the as against two losses, will enter into C.)-lst; Ault (Mich.)-2nd; Watson
afternoon. Dulude made a game fight competition with Iowa minus the (Mich.) 3rd. Time: 5:06.
but Stoner was too much for him services of the sensational Beckner 150-yard back stroke: Prouty (I. A.
gaining a fall in less than five min- A defeat will eliminate Coach Everett C.)-1st; Hubbell (Mich.) 2nd; Spin-
utes. .mean's Hoosiers at least until all the die (Mich.) 3rd. Time: 1:45 2-5.
The 145 and 158+pound events went other leaders receive another trounc-- 100-yard free style: Weismuller (I.
to the Wolverines by easy decisions. ing. A. C.)-1st; Darnall (Mic.)-2nd;
Sauer rushed Sansbury during the Wisconsin, though not quite in the Reif (Mich.)-3rd. Time: :52.
first part of their encounter but was same position, still must win from the Fancy Diving: Walaitis (Mich.)-
content to take a 6 min. 38 sec. time erratic Gophers to retain the lofty 1st; Brady (I. A. C.)-2nd; O'Brien
advantage. Donahoe won the mid- position now occupied as a result of (I. A. C.)-3rd.
dleweight contest from Bean in easy a record in which only the last sec- Medley Relay: I A. C. (Prouty,
style with an advantage of nearly ond, one point loss to Illinois stands Peterson, Samson)-1st; Michigan--
eight minutes. to blemish an otherwise perfect slate. 2nd. Time: 3:13 3-5.
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