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PAGE SIXR

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1 , 1923

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CGaine Is Second Between Two SquA
This Sea on, 1o1verines
Having Won First
TEAM IS STRENGTHENED'
Playing their fouilth game within,
a seven day period, Michigan's 'B'$
cagemen will meet the Michigan
State Normal college quintet tonight
in the Normal gymnasium, Ypsilan-
ti. It -will, be the second meeting be-:
tween the two tearAi as the Wolver-
ines defeated the Norral team in a
contest played Jan. 18 in the field
house by a 29-27 score.
In the games immediately follow- Russell Sauer.
ing the encounter with the Michigan Last year's Western Conference
outfit, the Ypsilanti team emerged 145-pound mat champion whose per-
victorious, but in its last two ap- formance last week in deTeating Cap-
pearances the winning drive has been tam Hummell, of the Ohio team,
noticeably lacking. stamped the Wolverine grappler as
'Coach Harry Kipke's team, on the likely to retain his Big Ten honors.'
other hand, has teen considerably Sauer is now training for the dual
strengthened by the addition o sev- meet with Nor hwestern on Saturday,
eral new candidates 'following the which k: to be a gala event, being
examination period. Magram, who practically the only sporting compe-
has started at center in the past two tition at the field house this weak-
games, and Myron, a dependable per- encl.
former at guard, have materially --l
added -to the Wolverines' defensive First Year Quintet
and offensive Dower, since the Nor-
maI co te od at.e At etroit Demonstrates Form
After defeating Albion, 43-23, on-
Friday night, Coach Kipke's men "Fast but ]small"' is t ae verdict
journeyed to Detroit and on the :fol- Coach Ray Fisher passes on his
lowing evening forced the City 1927-28 freshmen basketball team, al-
college quintet into an overtime per- though he has been known to admit
iod before they were compelled to that the squad is not being equal to
accept defeat by a 43-41 score. The those he has coached in former years.
Detroit team had previously won 15 Pessimism, however has done little

I earlings To Engage It Initial Swim
Against Iowa First Year Men
By Telegraph
SQUAD LACKS MATERIAL
Coach Matt Mann's freshman swim-
ming team will meet its first tastel
of competition this season when it,j
engages the University of Iowa
freshmen in a itelegraphic meet Feb.
23. The times of the contestants in
the various events will be submitted,
and points will be distributed for
first, second, and third places accord-
ing to the respective times.
There is a lack of good free stylers
on this year's freshman squad. This
is in great contrast to the 1930 year-
ling team which produced such swim-
mers of Varsity calibre as Walker,
Walaitis, Rei', Ault, Frantz, O. Gold-
smith, and Hosmer. Auer, a Bay City
product, and Russell of Montclair,
N. J., are the most promising free
stylors among the 1931 swimmers.
I. Goldsmith and Witter are other
free style candidates.
Breast strokers are unusually
plentiful on this year's freshman
team. Mertz, former state A. A. U.
champion, is the outstanding breast
stroker. Katz of Chicago and Bee-
bee of Buffalo have shown well in
this event. Other good yearling breast
stroke prospets are Gould, formerly
oF Detroit Northwestern high school,
and Eisman of Erie.
Bolt Good Iu Backstroke
The back stroke is well taken care
of by Boldt, a national interschol-
asitic star last year. Boldt, reie-
senting Detroit Northwestern high
school, won his event at the Prince-
ton Interscholastic meet last spring
against some of the best prep school
swimmers in the East.
Nimz and Maxine are the best
among the yearling divers. They will
not compete against the Iowa fresh-

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Varsily Grapplers Will Attempt To
Add To String Of Victories InI
Northwestern MIect
SECOND BIG TEN MATCH
With a 17-6 victory over the strong
Buckeye mat team already tucked
avway, the Wolverine wrestlers will

ference's scoring column by seor,',i
six field goals and a trio of free
throws against Purdue. Branch Mc-
Cracken, Indiana's sharp shooting
pivot man, still tops the scoring by
a tent point margin.t
Russ Walters, of Northwestern,
was Pushed from second to third po-
sition during the week's play as he
was able to tally only seven points
against Illinois. Bud Foster, Wiscon-1
sin's flashy center, was held in
check - to the extent of three field
goals by Minnesota and was relegat-
ed fron the third to the fourth place.
The players scoring 40 or more
points follow (not including last
night's games).
FG FT Tot

attempt to extend their string of un-
broken victories to five and to add a
second Conference win to their list
when they meet Northwestern Satur-
lay at the field house.
After several short bouts in which
z the contenders for positions in the
,. various weights were pitted against
each other, the entire squad was put
through a drill on the half nelson
and bar arm holds.
The overwhelming victory over the
GermnRJunnerOhio mat team was unlooked for even
German runner eby Michigan's staunchest supporters.
Great German runner, who met the the uckeyes were rated as one
first defeat of his American invasion as the
of the best teanms in. the Conference.
at the I. A. C. games last Friday 'ighiweights Good
when Ray Conger, former Iowa State In the first five weights, however,
star, beat the tall, blond German to Michigan showed strength far beyond
the tape by ten yards in a feature the best that the Ohio team could
1,000. meter ,race. offer. Hewitt, in the 115 pound class,
-- started off strong and almost had
Class A Cage Te rns Cuslnianm's shoulders to the mat in
the first few minutes, but was forced
W ill Go Into Finals to be content with a time advantage
of eight minutes 22 seconds. Thomas
w_ as quite superior to Heller of the

:Minnesota's hockey team, which
tied with the Wolverines for first
honors in the Conference last year,
will meet Coach Eddie Lowrey's out-
ft. tonight at Minneapolis in the sec-
ond of a two-game series marking
the final meeting ~of these two teams
during the 1923 campaign. The Min-
nesota puck team which set a fast
pace in the early part of the Big
Ten se:son has checked down con-
siderably and in the meantime it has
been administered de''eats by Wis-
consin and Marquette.
The Marquette victory of a week
ago was one of the worst beatings
fhat Coach. Iverson's Gophers have
b1een forced to take in sonme time. The
final score was 4 to 0; three of the
points were made in the first five
minutes of play by McFaden, Mar-
ouette center, who gave the Wolver-
ine tean' much trouble in two games
a, the Coliseum.
The Wolverine .team will got Ito
Madison at the completion of the
Minnesota games and if ice is avail-
able there, the Wisconsin team will
be met in two games on Thursday
and Friday.

McCracken, Indiana ......27
Oosterbaan, Michigan .....24
Walters, Northwestern ...18
Foster, Wisconsin ........19
Wilcox, Iowa............14
Wells, Indiana ............20
Stark, Minnesota .........18
Gist, Chicago ............20
How, Illinois ............17
Nydahl, Minnesota.......15
Van Heyde, Ohio State ...15
Fisher, Northwestern ....17
TwoGood, Iowa ..........14
Correll, Indiana....,.....15

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victories in 16 starts.
In their former encounter with the
Michigan "B" cagemen, the Normal
team showed a fairly well balanced
offensive, but lacked a .defense strong
enough to counteract the scoring
power of Nyland and Balsamo, the
Wolverine aces. Michigan held the
lead throughout the second period
and it was only a last minute rally
that enabled the visitors to even
threaten the Kipke-coached team's
lead.
The Noirmal team's attack is built
around Moran, rangy center, who
was responsible for nearly half of
his team's total points. Van Fleet and
Brown form the forward combina-
tion, while Captain Couch and Mul-
lick fill the guard berths.
Nyhiand Back In Fold
The Wolverine squad will be con-
siderably strengthened by the return
(Continued on Page Seven)

to dampen the ardor of the active year-
lings, and every day they may be found
hard at wyork in the field house.
Through ineligibility the squad has
been cut to about 15 taking away a
few of the better players but those
remaining are well prepared to give
th, Varsity and the "B" team stiff
workouts.
Among the most promising for-
wards are Arnold, Weinstein and Gar-
rison, while the guard berths are well
taken care of by Justice, Lytle, Mc-
Cormack and Liebman. Good centers
are rather few and far between, this
semester, but if Dougal, the Detroit
Northwestern star, succeeds in getting
back on the eligible list next year,
he has promise of becoming Varsity
material.
The squad will continue its work
until the first week in March, when
numerals will be given out. Twelve
or 15 yearlings are in line for the
coveted rewards.

With the preliminary matches well
underway in the class and independent
leagues, and the interfraternity class
A basketball about ready to go into
the championship matches, the intra-
mural sports activities are well under
way in the mid-season games.
Six preliminary games in class A
basketball will be played off at the
Waterman gymnasium Wednesday
night to determine three league win-
ners of leagues 3, 10, and 11. Ten
-ov o n i rin c A v l o~~rin~

man, however, as it is impossible to I auc hpinsltveardy ben
hold this event in a telegraphic imeet. determined, and with the addition of
The owkyesarereptedto aveWednesday' s winners, the 13 league
Tshe Howkeyes are reputed to have title holders will go into the finals to
several remarkable performers among determine the fraternity champian-
their yearling tankmen. ship team.
In the first round of the preliminary
S S DIIN(CTEAM -NOTICE matches in independent and class
N TObasketball, the Mt. Clemens club de-
feated the Sleepy five last years win-
swiAeming team will meet at ' ners in their league, while the fresh-
swiming ean wil mee at men engineers swampedl the Sopho-
Rentschler's at 4 o'clock tomor- meengineersswerethe Sopho-
more engineers, who were the league
row afternoon for the annual I champions last 'season.
I team picture. Bring tank suits. Other winter sport events in the
1tatt Mann, Coach intramural department will get under
I way this week.

,Buckeyes, and piled up an advantage
of six minutes 30 seconds.
Captain Watson of Michigan, 1927
135 pound Big Ten champion almost
(threw' Clristopher in th'e fir st 45
seconds, and finally pinned his shoul-
'lers to the mat for the only fall aft-
er nine m1inutes and 12 seconds of
wrestling. In the feature bout of the
evening. Sauer. 1927 145 pound Con-
',remne, eb'7Ampion, nosed oustCaptain
Tl'mimel of the Buckeyes with a time
advantage of one minute 13 seconds.
Donahoe, Michigan's third 1927 Big
Ten champion, gained up a lead of
eight minutes and six seconds -on
Power, Ohio sophomore, in the 15S
pound match. Hager and Prescott,
wres,'ling 175 hounds and heavy-
weight respectively, lost to Ackley
and Helgerson, of the Buckeyes, by
time advantages.
Kailes and Warren, who wrestle in
the 125 and 158 pound classes, were
unable to compete in the last meet
because of injuries received in prac-
tice and may see service against the
Wildcats on Saturday.

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