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January 14, 1930 - Image 6

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THE iviQi4Z D.L

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An Improvement which has been z..
steadily consistent since the open-j
ing of the :Varsity hockey season a §
marked the play of Coach Eddie!
Lorey's charg~es in their imprs-
sive two game win over the visit-
Ing Michigan Tech puck pushers
Fritday and Saturday nights in the
Coliseum. ,
The largest. crowd to ever witness
aMciahokygmfildtearena to three quarters of its ca-
pacity Sat ucday 'night when overI
500 spectators watched the Maize
and Blue skaters stage a brilliant{
uphill fight to clinch the two gamne ff
Tech Fouls Oten.
Capable of very excellent hock., y.
t e opposition from the upper pe- '"*
ninsula considerably detracted' fromI
their chances by delivering an over=
ajmundance of aggressiveness which '
forced the Miners to carry much of"?
the play with men in 'the penalty
box. Ruitta, the star of the north-
erners combination, and one of the f
fastest players ever ,seen on the Col-.$
iseum rink also spent a good por-'
tion of the time on the 'sidelines ~ :.
as a result of infractions of the rue."ih/~ a' saans
Michigan's defense which show- rampages For three yeas Chale
ed to principle advantage as in .ear- scoers that the Pittsburgh basket
tier, games this year appears in ex- now as captain he is leading the bo
the Conference season jnext Friday with a total of 302 points. lie recn
at Madison'. Ijart and ryant, vet- up 27points in one game, 14feat that
Bran defense duo, appear to be ca - was in a major engagement.
pable of thwgvrting the efforts of--- -- ----
the outstanding&,"front line men in
competition over the remainder of WILDCATS ASSUME]I
the sason.FQR BIG NINE BA
WoIverines in-Good Forn. ___
Although goalie Tompkins let a Northwestern's first two Vitriesj
pair of 'easy shots by imn in .the in the Big 'Nine marked it as one
course of the Michigan Tech ser- of the schools almost certain to
ies, his general play was accepta- play ta prominent place in the race
ble, and he turned in a number of for te etr ofrnebs
stops which were reminiscent of ktlhaWepin onip.nce Wil-
the orkof SeveJone, 'ichian cats first victory over 'Wisconsin,
only contriition ;.to All-American lst year's cochampions, served as
hockey selectons.'. a .waring 'to the rest of the 'Big
Far and away the' play of the di-, Nine teams and the defeat of Mn-
minutive Joseph has been the fa nesota Saturday night further
ture 'of the pre-conference hoc key stenthned their claim ofben
exhibitions.: His poke checking has asrly fg oie.bi
slowed down the hard skating at- a al aoie
tacke'rs in center ice, whilb 1hs of- After a slow first half the North-
fensive play in mnatter of ,beam- western five came back into the
work has 'been. the .feture. of _ the game at the end of the rest per-.
attacking forces. Langen has prov- od to display a fast effective of-
ed his'right to the center post with fensive which kept tem in the lead
his rugged offensive' ability and for a 32 to 27 victory. Captain Rut
powerful all around play. The bulr- Water and Rus Bertheri were the
ly sophomore Sias made tip for a main factors in the Wildcat's of-
lack of ability to fit perfectly ito fense throughout the gane but par-
the coination ofense only by ticulaly during the final spurt
superlative , 1dla work. which cinched the game for North-
NygordSl{xWtfinprovement. Western.4
Nygrd the Wolverine wingman A shift in the lineup by Coachj
is in 'good shape after Ohe ard Lonberg at the beginning of the
work in the ,last two games. In half probably saved the game for
practice he has shown that the'the Wildcats. Brgherm was sent i
faults' that wee brought out in the t center and Captain Walter who
pre-.season games are on a fair way had been playing this position
to bein g straightened out and when where he had been consistently out-
the 'Wolves bnreakt into coiferece -jumped 'was shifted to forward. J
competition at .Madison this week Th'is new combination worked
hie should be one of the stongst smnoothly with the' Wildcats get- '
factors in their bid for the title, ting the tip-ff of tner than in the
on the reserve list Sr-handler And 'frtperiod.
Curtis are showing a brand of fight- i n the first game of the Confier-'
ing that should make them veryI once schedule for both of the teams,1
valuable to the team. They have the Hoosiers had little difficulty in
not had as much experience on the ,defeating Chicago 36 to 24. Indi-
rirnk as the other members of the lana's pre-season defeats had made
squad, but their great amount ofj them the underdogs before the op-
aggressiveness will help to make up eniing whistle but the margin ofj
for their weaker skate work. ;their victory has lifted them to thej
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Ne opooe ak os the 1"929 baseball campaign. in the Johnson led in times at bat.
Nev Sphoore a o seAmerican league, show that L ewis Many brilliant individual records
Puts Game in' Purdue's Bag IA. Fonseca, talented Portugese fir t, were compiled during 'the 1929 sea-
by Clever Shooting. I!baseman of the Cleveland Indians, son, although no world records were!
I is the ufficial batting chai on of broken. Binig Miller of the- Athletics
-WOVEIN SOT PORthe j unior circuit for last season, batted safely in 28 consecutive
...... .....with a mark of .369. Trailing him gamies, while Mickey Cochrane and
. . Onefactr wich e hd ixt jby only 4 points is Al Simmons, left 'Heinie 1vfanush each had the satis-
coi.Tht" inorpeaainfrtefelder of Connie Mack's champion faction of getting five hits out of
'Y ''>,PudeamprvdteoewihAhletics. five trips to the 'plate on , one oc-
t f '., defeated us, and that one, wasE Fonseca has always been a goodcaon
z Wooden, an un heralded Boiler- batter, but has 'never before risen Dtotldi embtigwt
,- '~~~maker sophomore who accountedfo! to the heights which he -attained Derildinta btig
last year. He is an exceedingly a mark of .299, with the Athletics
thre baket onhis wn ookandbrittle ball player, aind has has had second "with .296. The Tigers also
Made two of Murphy's 'possible" squfficient hard luck in' his mnajor led in times at 'bat, r uns, 'hits, to-
Iwas the way Coach 'Veeliker sum- ! eaite career to pit lh on the talbaes doubl, an rpe, but
m aed up his team's defeat 23-19 at ° bench with injuries during many , bss e, n rpe
seasns henhe as o'hi wa towere last in the 'matter. of grant-
Lafayette Past Saturday. I innswe i wso iswyt
! Wvith only' his high school repu- establishing a high' batting, record.'ing their opponxents runs. Thxe Yan-
! a nto make himn seem danger -' Lacking the c'oloi that ce'arac- kesbldth wy ~nhm u
tio terizes his closest 'competitor's, A] drives,,while the Athletics garnered
ous, the neest Pur u hienarLy S I eii aus mn the most sacrifice hits; Chicago
th1udeSmmn, afhe auh im
' has .been injured most of the pres- nd onaz iF'sca stole the most bases, while Cleve-
$ r:0? + es season andwa up to top Fom'xx, adTn szrFnsc adpaes eetapdo'a-
I for the first time against the Wol- w i th'athgtteanea ~in r tosemre tan p ed ont
It _erns Bos.hohdbentedistinct: surprise to all. His work; tepst ta orhntoeo
xb.2,bgtheto h Biemkr never approached' the 'brilliant, it I any other club. The official Amer-
/r L, , r ytermeice hwigu t h was just the steady rise of a good'ma ege'iligrcrswl
/hay: o: nMcigngmews tppdbyO-ball player who 'has been too little b eesdi' oorwsp.e.
wi-ndcud o.sn.neso appreciated. Yet his winning the:1
frm h foowhleTusowk championship was not'a fluke; Fon- " -',
did a good job on Murphy, limiting eciarelblpay. on
his 209J hits were inclutdedl 44 dloub- i_.. ._~.. ..,
I him to four goals. However this le,1:rpean ~ern.I
concentration on the hrade one game alone he accounted for
# stars left the way open for Wooden twotrpe and two circuit smashe.,.
to get in his destructive work Sili s with a mark of .365,
___________ I which paved 'the way for tke final wih anstir
enc hapon.'wtua ci vn.mievi his point gaining enechmios at .354, deadlocked for fourth place.,
y Hyatt has been one of the best Hlindered by Small-Floor. The next five batters in order were E,
ball team has ever produced and Michigan missed more shots than Fothergill, Comnbs; Rlith, H'eilm'an,
Sscor~e with l169 points in only eight their opponent stated Coach Veen- and 'Alexander.
he had last year when lie finishied kem< and several of these trys were I Prdliably 'the greatest all round
:etly it his hxigh markl by int icking o~f the kind which usually are good ! player in the league was Charlie
is rare in view of tte fact that" this.for two points. The smallness of the Gehringer of J he Detroit Trigers,
floor again proved a handicap to who 'finished eleventh in b'atting
S the invading cagers. This 'small 0 .39), played fn most games X15),
_floor is 'especiallly adapted to the scored most runs ( 131), stolc mostCa l '
LEAD IN RACE $oilermaker style of play, while bases i'27), led in triples (19), tied
LSKET ALL H NORS Michigan, used to a large playing for most hits" (215),-tiedlf or ead in
___ __ space'has always experienced trou- "doubles (45), and drove in 106 runs.
ble in acquainting itself to the ex- Earl Combs of the Yankees'lec iInfDrg
position of a formidable contender .'act location of the basket on the singl'es with 151,' while *his teai-
for the title. Pardue floor, mate, Babe Ruith,- accounted for the ' Futi vc
The oosirs ucovred wo sars Captain Chapinan, while playing most home r'uns,' with '46 to his crc-,
in M~raken ceterandZelerone 'of the best defensive games of dit. Joe Sewell' of Cl'ev'elanfd led
forward, who made six field goals 'his life, seemed unable to locate the -nsciie ih4 n idhs
apec ndsord29pin~ b-hoops with his uisual eagle eye, and own world's record of strikinxg out r
tween them. OneMroply, missed several long shots. The tall ________
Sid Yates, collected 14 points for 'Michigan leader is known through- r ir,,, _ x127 r
his team by slipping in dive field 'out the Big Nine for hris ability to _ . LS. MO
goals and lour fouls. sink, these, tries, and the points B I'
jWisconsin staged somiethiing of a which he rnakces in this manner SPECIAL,-
comeback by handing Ohio State have helped Michigan' win many! DNN RSYour Neeighbor
a 32 to 25 defeat, the second of the games. With Chapman looping in j = I NE SAND e
season for the Buckeyes. The Bade his ;usual number of these shots,:CT~ D ----~~~-.
grheddteropnnsaliCoach Veenker feels that the fouri,= UPPER
through. the game and flashed an1 point lead which Purdue had at the.Z --
offense which was a complete re- end of the game might have vexry 40v
versal of the weak attack they pos- -e1be vroe
sensed against the Wildcats the Downing Plays Well. .
wil oviceek before. Joe Downing played the whole I A trial w:llO covncvo
Sts effective was the offenisive [ac garli at guard against Purdue and - <
tics of the Wisconsin cager that 1while hie has not yet shown enough'- T Ihe No Packar
they succeeded in annexing 13 field form to be compared to Rose of : r
goals before the end of the game. las year's team, hie took care of his R sarn
F ive of these were accounted for by assignment creditably and showed,
the Badger captain, Bud Foster who signs of having' possibilities of de- 703 Parkard Scy
seems to be destined to make an v'eloping into afitVery capable guard
impression inl the scoiing: race inl was 'the opinion of the Michigan -
the Conference. {' /coricli. '.i

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aa~osiers Have Foul Veterat ,
to Furm Nucleus of Varsity'
f Aquatic lTeam.,

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Indiana's chances'for a victory in
the opening of the conference
swimming 'schedule 'here 'Saturday '"
night, Jan. 18, are none too bright
accordiing to Coach Thompson. The
teamn will meet Michigan, tile hold-
ers of last season. ''Out of the '13
men Nkho are wo'rking out daily in
the tank 'the followiing 'me i have '
been selected for the meet: Nor-'-
i il tiammer, 'medley relay, and
'1S0 yard "back, stroke; Julius Cooih,
'40 yard dash, relay, 150 yard. back'
! troke; iJess Coon, .200, yar~d breast. ,
stroke; Hobert iudsor~, 1,00' yard;
Ffa iis flodges, '40 yard dash," 15013."
yard swim ;'C. N. 'Wright, 200 yard
breat stroke; ''ack Hansen, 40 yard ' h1
dasli, diving; Soniet Thayer, divinXg; ''
John ' ioldeman, :relay; 'And 'Leon'
WMilder, relay, '40 or 10'yard dash. "--
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