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January 09, 1930 - Image 7

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Tlln AY, JANUTARY 9, 19:30











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~ Ijtramural News




Michigan Swimmers Hope to
cep Conference Champion-
silp Gained Last Year.
Swimming practice has been re-
sumed with renewed vigor since
the holiday season with the first
Conference meet scheduled for Sat-
urday, January 18, against Indiana.
Coach Matt Mann has been work-
ing hard with the champions in an-
ticipation of annexing another Con-.
ference title again this season.
With a group of fast veterans and
Several promising swimmers from
last year's freshman team, the var-
sity squad will be capable of giv-
ing any of their opponents a stiff
race., Already they have won three
pre-season affairs. This year's
crack yearling team bowed to them
in the initial meet and later the
Fort Wayne Y. M. C. A. was swamp-
ed under a huge score.
Win First Places.
On December 3 the Wolverine,"
took four first places in the Mich-
igan A. A. U. meet held in the new
Intramural pool, and on the fol-
lowing night won four out of seven
events from the Detroit Yacht club
to take the meet by the score of
On the day following the team's
return from the Indiana contest,
they will go to Detroit to partici-
pate in another A. A. U. meet.
Coach Mann also announced that
the Toronto Y. M. C. A. will come
to Ann Arbor on January 25 for
a dual meet with the Wolverines.
Exams Force Break.
-Practice sessions will be partially
suspended for two weeks during the
final exam period, but the coaches
have arranged for the squad to put
on an exhibition meet Thursday
February 13, at Grand Rapids. The
following week the Michigan nata-
tors will travel to East Lansing to
encounter Michigan State in a dual
meet there.
The date of the second Big Nine
meet is set for February 22 when
Minnesota comes here. On Febru-
ary 28, Northwestern will offer op-
position for the Wolverines at Ev-
anston. An additional contest has
been scheduled with the Chicago A.
A. for the day following the meet
with the Wildcats.
Point to Big Test.
The crucial test, however, comes
on March 14 and 15 when a groupN
of picked men Will go to Evanston
for the Western Conference meet..
Following this the Badgers will
-send their natators here on Febru-
ary 22 for the final Big Nine meet.
Headed by Captain ,Ault who
turned in a record breaking per-
formance in the 500 yard free style
in the A. A. U. meet, the Wolver-
ines boast a group of fast swim-
mers in practically every event
Hughes, Hubley, Reif, and Walker
compose the relay team. Goldsmith
swims the 200 yard breast stroke
in fast time and Walaitas can be
relied on in both the 50 and 100
yard free style.
Walker, HubIey, and Ladd have
been showing good form also in the
free style events, with Valentine
and Warner swimming the back
stroke. Walaitis,.a two year veter-
an of the Maize and Blue team,
annexed the individual honors in
the A. A. U. meet by capturing two
firsts, one in the diving and the
other in the 50 yard sprint. Raike
is also capable of demonstrating
some good dives.


Bo i n Tournaments
to be Lld at Union:
Real talent is represented on the
various teams in the newly formed .
indoor soccer league at the Intram-,

verines (McCarrol). (special to T he .Daily)I
Gophers (Stander) vs. Buck- IOWA CITY, Jan. 3-Arms thatl
eyes (Carpenter). 1 were long and powerful, legs that
Suckers (Redniss) vs. Zucks;were strong and fleet brought eight
(T. Prouse). -;Negroes to the roster on' Univ'ersity
8:20-Hermitage "A" vs. Alpha Phi of Iowa letter men in forty years
Delta "A." of sports competition.

football by being named as
American prolesional tackle.
Four year's after Slater's t
phant exit from college fo
Ledtue -C. Oalloway came fo
to win a tackle 'Dolt On Burt

)rward P
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Bill O
Star Varsity forv
scoring of the We
first conference w
over Minnesota la
on the Minneapoli
(Continued F
course of the fra
and Courtis, both
last year's squad,
the gale at the u
Tompkins, brill
goalie, saved the
on more than on
the opposing wir
Michigan defense
shots at the net.
stops were of the
Tonpkins having1
ice and smother
other Michigan pl
it from Ontario ar
goal mouth.
Sammy Hart an
played their usual
the defense, Hart,i
he could take th
opponents' territo
,sary. Michigan's
I the result of a nice
! that hooked the
corner of the mes
trate form of Har
goalie, whose play
dians from being
on several differer
In the final pe
ines put the puck
more times, onlyt
annulled because
in all it was ac
hockey playing b
team, which exhi
scoring punch, an
that should get
Conference compe
verines' next gan
Friday and Satur
they are schedule
strong Michigan

ural Sports Building. The Hindu- ; Phi Gamma Delta "A" vs. naring enemy backs with their ,.-
stans, captained by K. E. Eapen, Sigma Delta Kappa "A." pendulous arms was a big factor wersen's itia team.
boast of two former championship Phi Kappa Tau "A" vs. Phi in the success of four colored Iowa Wendell P. Benjamin is latest of
team stars. This team is picked as Mu Alpha "A." tackles-Alexander, Slater, Gallo- ,ithe ,uartet. He won the major
the likely league winners on the Alpha Phi Alpha "A" vs Sig- vay, and Benjamin. letter last fall, his general style of -
basis what has been shown in prac- ma Alpha Mu "A." ' Iowa's national champion broad play nimieking that of Galloway.
ire. The Russians with Walter 9:00-Phi Epsilon Kappa "A" v' jumper is Edward L. Gordon, and Iowa's first Negro football play-
SOuspesky as their captain, are : Kappa Nu "A." one of the finest of Old Gold sprin- er was C. W. Holbrook of the 1895
also a gkup of very fine players. Phi Delta Theta "A" vs Aca-ters was Orthel T. Roberts, while team. This ebony athlete, with12
Two Chinese teams are entered. D cia "A." Robert L. Crawford played good tremendous shoulders, splintered:(
one captained by K. A. Suez an an- Dea Sigma Delta "A" vs. ball as an out-fielder a decade ago. the line with his bull-like charges -
othe b d P. K. e. Le Can an- Alha Tgau Omea "A" vs.The bronze giant, Archie A. Alex- I from the halfback's position.
other by.P. K. Lee. Les Canadiens, Alpha Tau Omega "A." .'ander, began the tradition of Leaping more than 24 feet each
Germans and Americans are the Chi Phi "A" vs Sigma Phi Hawkeye Negro tackles twenty time, the sophomore Edward L.
other teams entered in this novel- "A." years ago. Gordon, Olympic ' athlete., last-
league. 9:40-Psi Omega "A" vs. Omega i Fred W. (Duke) Slater, whose spring won the Western conference,
;Instead of the regulation number Phi Phi "A." four years of Iowa football ended in National Collegiate, and National
of players, six men will make up a Beta Sigma Psi "A" vs. Phi 1921. created for himself a coun-" A. A. U. broad jump champion-
team. With a few exceptions, regu- Epsilon Pi "A." try-wide reputation for intelligent ships.
lar soccer rules wil be fllowed.- Soph. Lits. (May) vs. Junior use of sheer power in the line. The other track man, Orthel Rob-
Games will be played in the Auxili- Dents. (Glosheski). The middle west's perennial foot- ! erts, finished -at Iowa in 1926 after
ary gynasium. It is hoped that oth- Soph. Engrs (Anderson) vs.j ball player, Slater a few weeks ago winning many points in the 100 and
j or teams will be added to the pres- Junior Engrs. (Zanoff) compieted his sixteenth season of 220 yard dashes.
ent list. Practice-periods are avail- ---- ------- -
able. w _
All interested in. entering ,this
sport vill find playing opportunity A
by notifying the Intramural au- MASTEN & CIASES ANINUAL
Ithorities at a very early date.
ward, who led the' TUESDAY'S RESULTS.
olverines in their Volley Ball
in of the season Chinese Club "B" defeated Bills
,st Monday night (Pastoor) 2-0. defeatedSeniorL E'
s court. Junior Englineers defeated Senior
Dents (Moss) 2-0.
Navaree defeated Greenbaum 21-
RKST H S9, 21-10.
Axinn defeated Roehm 21-19,
7:30- Zait-Seager vs. Fechheimer-
rom Page 6) Solomon.
ay. Schlanderer, 7:30-Hammer-Wilbur vs. Lathrop-F a ndWt
z. holdovers from Couche. "
wing positions.- Stanchfield-Arthur.
liant sophomore 7:30-Karls-Parker vs. Collins-
Wolverine team Engleman.
e occasion when Basketball.
ngs eluded the 4: 15-jromes (J. Steinberg) vs.
men to get -clear= Yazoos (. Binzer).
thilivrietyhis Actuaries (L. Friedman) vs. CTI N
thrilling variety, Pole Katz (J. Lederle).
to go flat on the 7. 0-Polonia Circle (Jabl) vs. Chi-
the puck -before nese Club (Yuen).
layers could wrest °..A lI~
nd safeguardthe Oa Lnd Ras Piekarsk) vs. Involving an exceedingly interesting collecton
Law Club (Mills) vs. Micha-
sd Capta gBryant ganders (Bowman). of Men's Suits and Overcoats at sav gs
steady gae on 7:40-Alberts (A. Goodman) vs. M.
too, showng ithat D
Spuck down in eces-Bills (w. Postoor) vs. Wol-o extraordinary impor once
second goal was
e shot on his part
rubber into the
;h over- the pros-
nmil, the OntarioC
saved the Cana- -M
scored on more -
riod the Wolver- Dica
k in the net twoJ
to have the plays
of off-sides. All S5 15 uR u
convincing bit of
by the Michigan 110wrSu tn , ob
bi~ted passwork, a
d a good defense A Snappy Band
it somewhere in
tition. The Wol- Is now open for
mes here will be
rday night, when"
d to meet the JOE BENJAMIN, MGR.
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a spCorduroy Coats Blazers Silk and Wool Hose
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L1OST-On or north. of campus.
Dark bdown tooled leather key
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Finder call Univ. 306 or 6943.
Reward. 3
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so crisp they actually crac



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