T UESDAY, FEBRUAnY
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'~8~AY, F~BUUARY 26, 192g. THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Win Second Game 'From Wole LSFD
OPHERSWN SATURDAY 21 AS RESULT OF
Michigan Goal Made Early in Third At one time each team had but
Period As Schauderer Takes four men in action. Some indica-
Pass From Maney tion of the performance given by
Grace may be obtained by noting
GRACE MAKES 36 STOPS that he is credited with36mstops
every one of which were from well
within the blue line and 10 of
By Arviile Schaleben which were made on shots fronm
Sports Editor Minnesota Daily directly in front of his cage: Bill-
MINNEAPOLIS ICE A R E N A: ings for Minnesota had 18 stops.
Feb. 24.-Concentrating on a scor- Hart And Bryant Star
ing drive in the second period, the Hart and Bryant, stalwart de-
Minnesota hockey team broke fense players, both distinguished
through for two counters, enough themselves though frequently out-
to assure victory over a hard- witted by deft Gopher passing and
,skating Michigan team here to- stick handling. Peterson turned in
night. The score was 2 to 1. a strong game for Minnesota at
After a scoreless opening session 1is defense position.
in which both teams appeared list- If the Wolverines boasted an ace
.less. The Gophers started hostili- of the offense, that ace was Mason
ties in the second period with s spare wing. Mason's aggressiveness
rush that bore results in the sec- and constant sorties deep into
ond minute of play. Coming out Gopher territory, marked his play-
of a mixup at center ice, Joe ing as meritorious. For Minnesota,
Brown found himself with only the Brown and Owens stood out on the
Wolverine goalie to beat and bang- attack. .
ed in the first point of the tussle Summary:
at 1:04. Michigan Pos. Minnesota
Grace Stops Hard Shot . Grace.......G. .....Billings
Hard body-checking by Michi- Hart..........D.........Peterson.
gan defense men coupled with Joseph......C.........Watson
marvelous work on the part of Joseph...... . C ......... Brown
goalie Grace staved off the Min- Maney ........W......-. Owen
nesota attack 13 minutes. Then a Abbot W ........... Tilton
disasterous lapse in vigilance en- Spares: Michigan-Shea, Mason,
ables Watson, spare Gopher de- Nygaard, -Schlanderer and Cope-,
dense man, to glide close-in on land.
Grace and ring up the game-decid- Minnesota -,McCabe, Conway,
ng marker at 14 minutes. Bartholdi, Westin, and Paulson. F
Michigan, battling desperately, First period: Scoring-None.
rallied in the first minutes of the Penalties-Bryant, Bartholdi; Twos
final period. With Mason and minutes each.
Maney leading a rush, Schlanderer Second period: Scoring-Brown
snared the puck 10 feet out from unassisted, 1:09; Watson unassist-.
Minnesota's citadel and outmaneu- ed,. 14:32.
vered goalie Billings to bag the Penalties-Hart, Mason, Tilton
lone Michigan score. (twice), all for two minutes.
Gophers Maintain Lead Third period: scoring-Schlan-
For the remainder of the tus- derer unassisted, 5:40.
sle, Iverson's squad maintained an Penalties-Maney, three minu-
obvious superiority but had no tes; Peterson, Brown, Hart, Bryant; I
success against the sensational and Tilton, all for two minutes. ?
.goal minding tactics of Grace. Stops, Grace-13-8-15-36.
Following the slow first session, toBillings-7-5-6-18.--
the skirmish developed into a __._____
wild series of offensive thrusts Lou Magnolia has been selected
punctuated by vicious body block- to referee the Sharkey-Stribling I
ing and several fisticuff entangle- fight in Florida. The loser's slogan
ments. No less than twelve penal- ;will probably be, "what have you,
ties were called for rough playing. got? Mangnolia."
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berger's made in 1924
mile event in 4:30,
seconds faster than
ing mark. He also
two mile mark ofl
made in 1924, the
ing him in 10:02.5.
Allen Sets V
The last record br
mance took place in
when Allen, Michig
soared over -the bar a
inches. The Gopher
third slam in the br
gall taking first wi
OLAN RATED I LYASPRING
Tfl RI CAWJ
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4 by racing the IE R Professional Baseball Teams Are;
four and 3-5 Preparing For Campaigns
the old yearl- ;I Southland
Ssmashed the Negro Sophomore Expected To Givend
Hayden's, also Veterans Stiff Competition Spring training camps of the
timers catch- In Short Dashes i
professional baseball clubs have
Record IOA A TA'UME opcned to the incoming rookies and
Record 10'WA 1AS STAR JUMPER *aa
caking periorf veterans. The Chicago Cubs have
the pole vault ' S rl rc 'i established themselves at Catalina
an freshman. IOWA CITY, Ia., Feb3. 25.T Island on the Pacific coast under
t 12 feet thr Negro sophomores rated among Wm. Wrigley. The Detroit Tigers
oad jump, Sc- the stars of their teams in thei, arrived yesterday at Phoenix, Ariz,,
under their new manager "Bucky"
th 20 feet 10 first year of intercollegiate corn- Haris for the first warming up
petition, will endanger the titles of sessions. Pitcher Uhle of this club
The summary: defending champions at the West- has been granted leave to have his,
60-yard dash-Campbell (Mich.), ern conference indoor track and arm treated under the direction
J. Hass (Minn.), Thompson (Minn.) field championships here March 8 of a Los Angeles physician. Uhlel
tied for first place. Time :06.5. and 9. was obtained from Clcveland in
Ties old freshman-record of Tolan With expectations of following exchange for Holloway and Tav-
and Cook. the bright trail of DeHart Hubbard, crer.
-yard high hurdles:Won byInn ti who twice equalled the Big Ten The Cleveland Indians will start
second; Mjniarich (Minn.), third. 50-yard record, Eddie Tolan will the 1929 ,season with a record for
Time: :08.8. represent the University of Muchi- new faces under Roger Pechin-
65-yard low hurdles: Won by gan, Hubbard's alma mater, in the paugh, manager. The New York
6-yHard Mnw Wurdl. Wassinn) bshort dash. Edward Gordon, Olym- Giants under McGraw have arrived
J. Hass (Minn.); W. Hass (Minn.)' pie broad jumper, will high jump at San Antonio, Texas, ready for
second; Laroque (Minn.), third. for the University of Iowa, and the training session at hand. 1
440-yard run: Won by iminsky enter the sprint and high With the bringing of Meusel into'
44i-y.)d ChasW(MiyhK)mskynd; hurdles. the fold the New York Yankees
(Mich.); Chase (Mich.), second; As a high school athlete, Tolan 'will start their workouts in their1
fortirnd. Te: (Mn5ran 100-yards in :09 8-10, 220-yards old camp at St. Petersburg, Flori-1
880-yrd ru: Won bin :21 5-10, and took the national da. Manager Huggins and Ruth
880-yard run: Won by McLaugh- interscholastic title in both dashes have been in camp for several
ond; GMafh. ;icrdn thid., Tie: 'two years ago. He was named as weeks waiting for the rest of the
ond; Gafell (Mich.), third. Time. all-American 220-yard runner on club to join them.
2:Mile run: Won. the interscholastic team. Florida ranks as a popular place
FMile on by Wolfe (Mich)- The young Detroit athlete will for the training camps since thel
Fitsgibbons (Mich.), second; Cur- enter his collegiate career at the Brooklyn Robins have settled at1
New freshman field house record conference meet. In one of the Clearwater, the St. Louis Browns!
Two mle:hWn byd Wolfe rMechr~ ffirst races of his seasoning cam- at West Palm Beach, and the
Fitzgibbons Mich.), second; Cur paign, Tolan forced Percy Williams, Cardinals at Avon Park.
rell (Minn.), third. Time: 10:02.5. Olympic sprint champion, to equal The early practices have been4
New freshman field house record. the American 40-yard dash record confined to warming up and taking
Shot put:hWn by hunn rird.to win in a meet at Detroit last the kinks out of idle muscles by
Shot put: Won by Munn (Minn.);Wednesday.long hikes and running around the
Elser (Mich.), second; Clausen Gordon normally has little dif- ball park. Practice games are on
(Minn.), third. Distances: 43 feet ficulty in clearing better than six the schedules for the coming week.
9 iches. feet, and has a mark of about 6
.High jump: Won by Blac feet, 3 inches. R. J. Carr of Il- Subscribe to the Michigan DailyI
(Mich.) McHose (Mich.), second' linois, who will defend his chain- $2.25 for the half year.c
Johnso (Mich.), third. Height, 5 pionship, could make no better
feet 11 v Wches. M ithan 5 feet, 11 5-8 inches to win
Pole vault: Won by Allen (Mich.);,at er
McKinley (Mich.), second; Parks
(Minn.), third. Height: 12 feet 3 Y ou
inches. New freshman record.O' our
Broad jump: Won by Segall Daw n Donuts
(Minn.); J. Hass (Minn.), second;
W. Hass (Minn.), third. Distance:aD
20 feet 10 inches. I The Partner for
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pound star, while Unger takes care 1
of the heavyweight division.
The Illini are reputed to have an-
other well-balanced aggregation, .
wiha good competitor in every
class. Their victims include Wis-
consin, 25-5, Minnesota, 27-3, and
Iowa. West Virginia, a team that
won from Michigan this year, lost
to the Illini by a 24-8 score.
Dooley Stars For Illinois
Dooley is the Illinois 115 pound
wrestler, having won every match
with the exception of a tie with
Carpenter of Minnesota. Minot
has competed at both 125 and 135
pounds, being undefeated in each
class. Flood represents the Illini
in the 135 pound division.
Not having lost a match since
1924, Capt. Allie Morrison is the
outstanding member of the Illinois
team. The leader of the Indians
is Olympic champion at 145 pounds.
Claypool has been wrestling at 155
pounds andc ikewise is undefeated
Russ Crane, grid star, and Cham-
bers have been contending for the
berth in the 165 pound class. Tonk-
off, the Illini 175 pound man, has
scored two falls this season, but
he lost a hard match to Voltmer of
Iowa in overtime. In the heavy-
weight, division Coach Kenney has
been using Wietz, who lost his
only bout to Nixon of West Vir-
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