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January 17, 1930 - Image 7

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:Detroit ud Clevehrnd
Fight for ,Hockey Lead
'IWith the professional Hockey
races wering io past the hnalf way

(Continued From Pa'c 6)
ev:ent for' the Michigan= tankmen.C
In the relay Michigan will enter


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Wit oi f e-'1-r... . 'ark, only one of Detroit's two rep-'
wiseotsin; ihHsto e- Michigan last ycar, is a former pr sextttatAvts, thye Olyx ap'icstands
I, cs ovrie' spe d skater, and a strong asset much chance of Taking thsleague
for his back checkinf), ability. Segal tiTR1. Te gars, Detroit's team
Pate to Title Honors., playing in his second ,year of Var- in 'the National Ho~key league, ha &
sity comnpetition is last year's high experi:need rather rough goig and
PLAY GOPHERS MONDAY scorcr, a good team performer and must keep humrpin~g if it hopes to
'a deadly shnotmaker. get oanywhere.
Wl'verine hockey prospectsI Art F'ish, another tWo year mnan1,' Gn the othtr hand-, the <Yymples,
higher than ever before in the his-, will take over the defense efforts. under the leadership of Mager
tory of Michigan's participation inI Known as one of the best goalies iFrank Foy~ston.. axre runn-n~g four
Western Conference competition the Big Ten last yea-r Frisch is ex- other teams of the Liternational
will hang; in the balance this eve- petted to give the Michigana for- r ague a nleck axid nek race for
ning When Coach Eddie Lowrey's, wards plenty of trouble. Metcalfe thle clalnpits3 himaxad Siha7C an
stickhandlers meet Wisconsin- on and Thompson, who will go to the equal ch-an'e with the Cleveland
the Madison ice., defense posts are steady depend- ndialis to win the title. As the
Tonight's game, the first of Con-j able perfoarrners wlyo spiked Minne- other three teeams .have each play-
Terence season for the wearers of !sota's sc'ori g aspir-ations last week- jezl a few mo~re gay ie) than these
?the Blue, will find the Michigan' end in iimpressive fashion. 'tw'o 7 ft bYmat-1+ia~l cl~ance
skaters facing off with a team! The regitav Wolveririe lineup of ,aire not as toed. lcv la-nd leads
press-agented to be the best in Wis- Nygord and Joseph , farwards; Lan- Dc-'roit by 'A ' ight nMAg'fI.
consin's puck career, and already ge", censer, Bryarflt a'fld fa1°t, IO c tWanytwill tc~CiVO rL a, 'laxc
winner over Minnesota, in last guards: and Tompkinis, :goalie; will to 'forge ahead -of tyre 0o111cr ext
week's twvo-game series. take thme ice at tht opening whi~tle. wek when theyCiash ill A pair of
Bryant to Return. Courtis and Shkandrrer, front lin.e gaaes. On Tuesday the Olympics
Should the Lowreymen climb [ skater will probably see much ae'-.ji~va&e the Ir'diari's A,"igait and
aboard the Conference hockeyI tion during the cou-se of the 60 on ' 'lrfthldy the Ir: ians cone to
bandwag on and manage to take minute route. etcat._
' this evening's as well as tomor-
row's game against the Cardinals
despite the loss of Captain Bryant,
who will return to Ann Arbor afterS ECFC R OMND T NS
the ;Wisconsin series to resumelSP CF .E OM A10' .
otildies, the Michigan team will be
:oitting well when the rambling
Wolverines invade the domain of
the Gophers to do battle on Mon- AILre e P r f rr d
day. D lP70T wftc .
y MeikieJohn at Center.
In the forward 'line the Wiscon- QUlICK PROFITS GUARANTEED
sin mentor can show an all veteran
linilu composed 'of Captain Dan40do ..AmS T
wMeiklejohn at center, Kruger, Se-A AI RI
0 gal at the wing ,posts. Meiklejohn W N L P ie C A
is playing his third year of Varsity
the brainiest stickhandlers and
hcleyadiserdrdoestof o t Stock I @nt Stock
k ceveestskaters in college puck-Pa V luPrV le
dom. P rV le a au
Kruger, who is to be remembered
~by so many for his speed against $4 $E $ A$E A

Walker, W alaitis, Reif and_ either
1 i~ubl'ey or Ilughes. This combina-j
^on is one of the strongest in the '
'I.;-4-erence and -Mll probably have
little trouble in winning this event:
in Bloonaington tonight. In the
modley relay the linoup of the
Michigan team is not definitely de-
cided but it is expected that Gold-
smith, Valentinte, end either Wa-
laitis or Ladd will swim in this
rWater polo teams picked from
theS two squadC vmill clash following'
the meet. Hlughes, Walker, Walai-i
t Valenltine, Ladd, Warner, and
Caffree will probably comprise the
Wovrine°11s' team1.

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