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VARSITY WORKS

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Iwho experienced a big season in MAIO,:i. Fb 9.Wsr
Coach Veenker Directs Defense For The New York Giants, located at 1928 with Walter Johnson's New icousin's athletic teams turned in a
Combination Of Van Heyde, their spring training camp at San ark club. proud record of seven wins in ten
Fesler, And Evans Antonio, Texas, had their second * ; starts last Friday and Saturday.
-- workout yesterday under the di- Stanley Harris has ordered light i The Badger athletes already have
OHIO PLAYS EXPLAINED rection of John McGraw, who! practice for the first few days in their eyes on the Western Confer-
____arrived in camp Monday. Another I the Detroit Tiger camp at Phoenix, ece basketball, gym, and track
arrival was the veteran pitcher, Arizona. Thus far the work has
Ohio State's tricky up and com- Carl Mays, who toiled last year only been for the purpose of re- titles and a slim chance appears
ing scoring combination of Van for the Cincinnati -Reds. Karl moving kinks that have collected for the pucksters to annex honors]
Heyde, Fesler, and Evans, will meet Hubbell has proved the sensation during the winter. A in the hockey competition to comn
of the camp to date with his won=l * * * plet one of the most successful
derful control.s Cata.ia island is the scene of indoor season ever essayed by the
urday at Columbus if work on ai the Chicago Cubs' spring train-.i.# Cardinals.
already well nigh perfect Wolve:- Clearwater, Florida, thei pres ing activities. Two practice Bob Warren, Dr. Walter E. Meanwell's basket-
ine defense can add to the Buck- ent site of te Brooklyn Rob- sessions have been held daily Michigan's star 158 pounder, whom ball team was slated for a weeks'
eye's difficulties. ins; has been' the scene 1of since Tuesday, 'when 'the . in- local mat enthusiasts expect to go rest after their tussle with Purdue
Although the Michigan five, with much activity in the last few fielders and outfielders, includ- a long way in the quest for Big here Monday night. The next
a lower number of average points days. The camp is under the ing Rogers Hornsby, arrived in Ten laurals. He will lead the game on the schedule is with Mich-
scored against it than against any control of Captain Mak Carey, camp. Wolves against the unbeaten igan at Ann Arbor, March 4, and
oed Bist who has been holding down *. * *Hoosiers Saturday night at the it is expected that the secondc
little, to fear from the Ohio at-- first base in the practices to Gehrig, Lazzeri, and Koenig Field House. meetingt the Badgers and al-i
tack, Coach Veenker tevhted the date. Johnny Fredericks, rookie were among the squad of 20 which verines will have a decided in-
major part of yesterday's prac- outfielder, hit the first somer took part in the first workout of HAWKS K T fluence on the result of the West-
tice session to devising a system of the season Molday.- the New York Yankees at St. Pet- ern Conference race.
capable of limiting the activtitics ** ersburgh, Florida. The squad ap- WT4,l ci T D Th Meet Wolves On le
ofptheefast Scarlgthnd ctreThtrio, The St. Louis Cardinals opened peared to be eager for work to the SW IMM IG T The powerful Badger hockey
which has been finding the hoop their training 'season yesterday at extent of participating in an un-;team will appear on the Michigan
with monotonous regularity in the Avon Park, Florida. Billy South- scheduled morning session. Art Ioyd Liddle, Sophomore ree Styler rink. Friday and Saturday night
:Buckeye's latest gamesworth, playing manager, Grover Fletcher is presiding over this Shows Early Season Proi nse in conference contests. Jack Elder
Alexander and Clarence Mitchell, weeks' activities. Ben Paschal and In Dual Meets and the rest of the Notre Dame
Cappon Gives Talk pitchers, and two rookies, Carlson Cedric Durst are among the seven track stars will appear here Satur-
After opening the practice pe- and Cochrane, were in the advance players who are missing. Boyd Liddle sophomore free style day afternoon in a dual meet with
rinod with the usual short basket squad that left St. Louis Monday. (Continued on Page Seven) r the Badgers. On Friday evening
shooting workout, the Michigan The' rest of the squad reported d s the scoes of owa the Michigan swimmers will in-
Varsity listened to a short chalk rect to Avon Park. d--j unbeaten swimming team in a trio vade the armory for a dual meet
k toth CiAhvConfun, hPakf dual encounters. The Daven- --m----------- raualm--
scouted the Ohio five in their tilt TheTIIUOIUMII iT]irates1are.port boy has yet to be beaten min ; p u [N , n irT
with the Illini, explaining the! i tgb Peiraes ar intercollegiate competition and theT
Scarlet and Grey formations, while the first week of teIhea s rg Iowa backers are counting on him MLylMiHlL 0I
tainingsTertereay fmriLASH ITH te-ND!h~f
Coach Veenker illustrated the Wol- th irst weeo bteir srn to go a long way toward the de- --eia
vene defensive play. alone are in canp, working Itermination of the Conference HH
A dummy scrimmage followed in under the direction of Man- sprit championship.
which the Buckeye attack was in- ager Donie Bush. Coach Keen's Wolverine wrest- Liddle has competed in the free
troduced Vo the Wolverines on the ,;, lers will meet Illinois for the Con-! style events at 40 and 50 yards, hockey
floor. With Coach Cappon, fin- A peicentage of the Cin ference championship week after and 440 yards against Iowa's three Bringing a powerful k
personating Larkin, directing the cinnati Reds are in camp ready to next providing they deeat the In- opponents Washington, Wisconsin, squad with a clever scoring com-
Red offense from his back guard begin training. Among the inter- diana matmen in this Saturday's and Minnesota, and was the majorbination, the Badgers, who were
oiin Dailsa eacontest. The match this week end dMneoaadwsthmjr forced to split a two game series
position, Damnels, star yearling esting additions to the club is Wal- is for the eastern division title the factor in the Old Gold's wins. By with the Wolverines on their re-
forward, taking Van Heyde's place, ter Lutzke, formerly of Cleveland, winner of which is entitled to meet irtue of the sterling performances cent invasion of the Northland,
Lovell as Fesler, Ohio running -___h___takesthelmelightalongwit
guard, and Balsamo as Evans, the HARRIS Illinois for the .Big Ten crown. he takes the limelight along with will again meet the Michigan puck-
guard, rnd ofBu e aINNOVATIONS Parker, who will represent the Schwartz of Northwestern and men in two matches Friday and
was o e through se ukeelays FOR SPRING CONDITIONING Wolverines in the 165 pound class, Bob Walker, Michigan, as the out- Saturday nights on the Coliseu
is the high scorer for the Michi- standing sprint men in the Big rink.1
Fesler Is Nucleus Bucky Harris, the new Tjger an squad and attained the unique Ten. This will be the last opotun-
The Scarlet and Gray attack manager, has an innovation for record of getting two falls against o ------------ --o ity of the Wolverines to raise their
appears to center around Fesler, iconditioning his players this year. Ihis opponent in the Ohio State A SELLOUT! I percentage in the Big Ten and is
sophomore ace, who receives the The other day' he bought a ne~v I meet last week. He will meet { All seats for the Michigan-;j likely to be the last game on the
bll on fast breaks,' following medicine ball and a couple of vol Scott, the Indiana Olympic wrest-' Wisconsin basketball g a m e local rink this season. Although
pounce passes from Larkin to Iley balls for his men to toss around ler in Saturday's match. Dougo- ( Monday night have been sold { still tagging the Minesota squad
Evans and Van iHeyde. The Buck- . kvto of Michigan will clash with1 out according to an announce- ! in the Conference race for the
eye guard tries each side of the theort. isreay claims his new { Cap't. Moss of Indiana in the 17 {ient made at noon yesterday |championship, the Badgers have
for, and variations of the forma- morale of the proasngit re pound class.I by harry Tillotson, treasurer of on two occasions beaten Mar-
tion include plays on which Van lieves them of the tedious part of .Olymi Men Enter the Athletic Associatiol. No qucute, wecnurrsf oh
Heyde and Evans follow the ball setting up exercises and at tfh ewitt and George, Michigan's ( tickets will be available at thIe I'Michigan and Minnesota. The last,
after their passes to take return same time they benefit from their Olympic wrestlers will enter the gate. Wsconsmi victory occured since
tosses underneath the basket. games. 125 pound and heavyweight divi- o------- - --- -o (Continued on Page Seven)
sions respectively. The 135, 145
~A'1~DT and 155, pound classes will fied-
ASTERN SWIMMING COMPETITION l ilott, Kelly and Capt. War
0 VERSI-ADO WED BY Y ALE, ORANGE~ Wrestling for the Wolverne.
OVERSHA w ~~Idiana defeatedorth Oheio State A'? t-
Eastern intercollegiate swim- ufastest back strokers ItheCon- to 8 while the Michigan wrsttle's
ming meets have again revealed try. He shattered the intercoi- services of George in ithe havy-
Yale as possessing one of the out- legiate record held by House of weight ivsior soF roh hall y
standing teams in the East. Th Yal- in a ct meet. Engdahl is pearace i tw teams areeveni
Eli swimmers are undefeated in a fast breast stroker, while Coombs ly n'atched
collegiate competion this season, 'has de&onstrated form on the i
Syracuse also has a well-balanced springbon'd.1 SPORT SCHEDUIMi.E
team, but the other tank squads Swimmers on other tea s who i
ha.ve failed to show any particlda# ae included among the fastest in atirday
strength with the exception of a. collegiate tank circles inclide Hockey-Michigan vs. Wi,
few individual stars. George Kojac of Rutgers; who was I.consin, 7:30, Coliseumn
Coach Kiphuth has several vet-, a back stroker on the American ecing--ichigan vs. Oic
erans back at Yale who helped to Olympic team; Seseen, Penn diver; I State, 7:30, Auxiliary Room of j
bring the Intercollegiate title to Bryant, Dartmouth's star sprinter; i the Intramural building. 1
New Haven last year. Captain Scott of Williams, an outstanding Wrestling-Michigan vs. In-I
Pope Rapoport, and Howland are breast stroker; and Hubbard, a diana, 7:30, Yost Field House.
experienced free stylers, while good fancy diver at Dartmouth.jo01i
M1esslimer and Clement have dem- A l

lNSIN TEAMS
P AMONG LEADERS

RE[LAY TEAM ENTERED

with Joe Steinauer's mermen. The, iN rA1IRI L 1NIVA1.
gymnasts and fencers will com-
pete at Chicago Saturday, while.
the wrestlers will travel to Iowa Two Mile Team1 Will Follow Te'i
City for a meet with the Hawks. Year Custom And Run it
Foster Tops Scorers State Relay Meet
The triumph of the Cardinal
cagers over Northwestern, 31-25, TO MEET VARSITY
was at the top of the weekend
performances. Hank Kowalcyk and As has been the custom for the
Bud Foster were the heroes of this A
engagement, Kowalcyk performing last ten years, Steve Farrell, vet-
brilliantly at center after Elmer eran Wolverine track coach, will
Tenhopen was forced out of the send a two-mile relay tean to
game on fouls, while Foster led the Lansing this Saturday to compete
scoring with 10 points. the Relay Carnival which will
Gallagh'afis goal two minutes be-
fore the end of the last period be held at Michigan State col-
gave the Wisconsin hockey team a lege.
1-0 triumph over the Chicago Ath- The team which Coach Farrell
letic association. The winter sport will send, composed of D'Anna,
frolic staged by Johnny Farquhar Veuller Bend La t i
also closed Saturday after having , nson, an amon n
attracted numerous entries from the order of their running, will be
Chicago, Milwaukee, Oconomowoc, pitted against the best which the
Stoughton and other cities. Hans Spartans have to offer, their Var-
Troy of the Badger team, won the i iyrlyta.Lmnashe
Class A jump while Joe Mabrin of sity relay team. Lamont as the
Milwaukee, topped the Class B most . experienced man on the
riders. Michigan team will run in the an-
Tom Jones' track squad achieved chor position.
a one-sided victory in a dual meet . Established Record
with Minnesota, capturing the de- Last year the Wolverine team:
cision by a score of 67' to 36: made up of Lamont, Jessen, Gru-
The swimmers obtained an even now, and Goetz went to East Lan-
break on their road trip, losing to sing for this race and returned,
Illinois, 42 to 29, but defeating with a new meet record. Reports
Purdue, 47-24. The water polo from State college at that time
teamr lOst to the Boilermakers.
team ost t the oiler ash- stated that the team which repre-
Coming through in expert fash- nted Mchigan ta w sche
ion to capturefour firsts out of the best which Coach Farrell had ever
six events, Art Masley's gymnast sent to tie Relay Carnival.
outpointed° Purdue and Minnesota sn oteRlyCria. -
in a triangular 'meet. Wisconsin' While the two-mile relay team
totaled 1112 points, while Purdue is at Lansing, the remainder of the
had 1094 and Minnesota 1010. The' Varsity squad will busy themselves
fencers were beaten byPurdu with time trials to decide the
a y due squad which will compete for
The Wisconsin mat squad came Michigan in the Western Confer-
back strong in the heavier weights ence Indoor meet which will be
to win from Minnesota, 18-12. held at Iowa March 8 and 9. As
j __ __ _........yet Coach Farrell has- no idea of.
BROWNS' TRAINING CAMP what material he will be able to
depend upon when -.the' important
STILL WITHOUT CROWDER meets of the season are scheduled,
Court Is In Way=:
(ry Associated Press) Due to the space which the bas-
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., Feb.i ketball court takes up in the Field
27.--Whether Alvin Crowder, lead-1 House, Coach Farrell is unable to
ing hurler in the' American league schedule any real .#competition for
last season has reached terms with his men. The Varsity candidates
the St. Louis Browns was a ques- hold trials among themselves, but
tion today. He' failed to report 4 these races do not have the some
with the initial squad. Vice Presi- effect on experience which inter.
deint McEVoy said Crowder was collegiate meets have. Ohio State
not a holdout. Manager ban how- has already had four indoor meet&-
ly hobbled v th A cane. An open- and has one more scheduled be
aton was perforibed on his left fore the Western Conference. meet
foot Saturday. next week.

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onstrated their ability. Cahill is
doing well in the back stroke, and
in the breast stroke Millard has
turned in exceptionally good times
for the distance. Nyce is also a
capable breast stroker. Glascock is
an outstanding fancy diver.
Syraise has developed a strong
aggregation, with good men in
every event. Mergott has shown
his speed in the sprints, while
Cannon and Webster are taking
care of the distance events. In
Wohl the Orange posses one of the
Now Finds
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Young Again
DREAMS THAT COME TRUE
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Dreaming and smoking my old cob
lii pe;
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I am in the writing game, you see;
And the pipe-dreams softly bring to me
Scenes of carnage where the red blood
ran,
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Fragrant as flowers-sweet as a nut;
Of all Fate's kindly gifts to man
Is th1is gift of drc-am-is from the bright
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And soon am wrapped in a magic cloak;
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