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PACE SIX

DAiLY

n,..,,TUESDAY. JANUAiRY 21, 1930,.

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TONIGHT

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SEE IMPROVEENT
IN ORING PUNCH
Teachers Were Defeated Earlier
in Season by Michigan I
Junior Varsity.j

LINEUP

IS UNCHANGED

Coach Courtright's Junior Var-
sity cagers, beaten in four out of
six starts during the present bas-
ketball campaign, will seek to bet-
ter their percentage against the!
Michigan State Normal outfit from
Ypsilanti at 7:30 o'clock tonight in
a game on the Field House floor.
One of the two victories to the
credit of the "B" team cagers was
scored over this same team of Ypsi
sharpshooters in a high scoring

DR. SPEARS WIL
COACH OREGO
i
Assoczatcdc PrCss Pwho
Dr. C. W. Spears,
Head football coach at the U.
Minn. for five years, recently
nounced that he would accept
offers of the University of Ore
to take over the responsibilities
head grid coach there next fall
a salary of $11,500 a year.
It is expected that when he
gins activities at his new post
will have abundant material
build a team which is doped toi
the Northwest conference title
the third straight season._

L BRUINS LEADING , 1
N HOCKEY LEAGUE Il
---- _ (I ss ci' cf Te s
1.NEW YORK, For the last few 00U 9
years the Boston Bruins and the O
New York Rangers have been run- Michigan Wins All First Places;
ning one-two in the American Against Hoosiers in One
group of the National Hockey Sed Tank Meet-
j league. Boston has gone far to-E
ward repeating this season, but the wIN WATER POLO GAME
Rangers have had a tough time try-
ing to get the second position. With a victory chalked up for
They have it today by virtue of a their first Con renec meet las'
14 to I triumph over the ChicagoF
Blackhawks last night. The Rang- Friday i which they defeated In-
ers have only a one point margin diana, 57-14, the Wolverine nata-
and have played one more game. tors travelled to Detroit the follow-
IHitting their best form after they ing clay and repeated their excel-
had lost second place a week ago, lent showing by taking three State
the Rangers shut out Detroit, 3 to
0, downed Pittsburgh Saturday, a A. A. U. championships in the meet:
4,_F 4-- mm l~rrti. r% lnfnf t tht Detrnit Wnomen'.(Cit' club_

ATHLETIC EVENTS FOR
THE COMING WEEK
Today.
J sketbali: "B" team vs. Mich-
gan State Normal, here.
Hockey; Minesota at Minnea-
polis.
Wednesday.
Hockey; Marquette, at Milwau-
kee.
Swimming; Battle Creek, there.
Thursday.
Basketball; "B" team vs. De-
troit Y. M. C. A., here.
Saturday.
Wrestling; Michigan State, at,
East Lansing.
Hockey; Michigan State, at
East Lansing.
Swimming; Toronto, Y. M. C.
A,. here.

match on the Ypsilanti court short-
ly over a week ago, when the Mich-
igan reserves went on a scoring
spree themselves to hang up a 35-
29 win.

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TWO TEAMS NOW
LEAD CONFE RENCE
Indiana and Purdue as a result
of the Saturday games are now tied

PUCKMtR TO MEET
MINNESOTA TOAY

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Passing Is Better.
Despite the numerous reverses of
Coach Cortright's cagers in their
games to date they have shown a
marked improvement over their
form of a few weeks ago. Their
scoring eyes have as a rule been
improved, but they still retain a
tendency to throw the ball away
at a crucial moment.- In their game
last week against the Detroit Y. M.
C. A. cagers, although they dropped
a 20-19 decision to the visitors, the
Wolverines showed an all round im-
provement that enabled them to
lead the victors up to the last five
minutes of play, when the "Y" bas-k
let tossers found their eyes to sink
the winning goals.
Forwards Uncertain.
The same lineup that started the
Detroit "Y" game is, expected to
take the floor for the Wolverines
tonight. Lindsay and Jennett will
be at the forwards, Coombe at cen-
ter, and Tyler and Justice at the
guards. Coombs, Tyler, and Justice
have cinched their positions by
their good work all year long, but
the scramble for forward berths is
a mixup involving several men,
Lindsay, Jennett, Hole, Pendell,
and Weinstein.
In tie last game involving these
two teams, the work of Jennett and,
Hole for Michigan and Giles for
Ypsilanti was outstanding. Jennett
was responsible for six field goals
for a total of 12 points, -while Hole
sunk a basket and five free throws
for a seven point total. Giles, Mich-'
igan Statd Normal sharpshooter,
got two baskets and two fouls for
a total of eight points. Leach and
Korzuck, the two Ypsi guards, al-',
so looked good with six and five
points respectively.
Ypsi Strengthened.
Neither Gabel, veteran forward,
or Captain Whitney, regular guard
of the Ypsilanti team engaged in
the first game against the Wolver-
ine Cubs, but both should be in to-
night. The addition of these two
veteran performers to Coach Ryn-1
erson's lineup should make the "B"'
team's task all the harder to re-
peat a second time.
Despite the fact that they have
already played six games of their
schedule, which comes to a close
on Jan. 29, the Junior Varsity still
is unable to handle the ball proper-
ly or pass accurately enough to in-
sure vicotry over a really strong
team that takes advantage of its
breaks. With this viewpoint in mind
Coach Courtright sent the men
through a scrimmage yesterday for
the purpose of developing teamplay
as well as affording the boys more:
practice in shooting.

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to 5, hen camen ometo defeai1iiutaL, a eu a y .
Chicago. The Blackhawks opened Coach Matt Mann's swimmers ,Winter Sports Swing
the week with a 6-2 victory over turned in a first place in every into Own at Madison
Pittsburgh, then handed Boston its
fourth defeat of the season, 2 to 1. event igainst the Hoosiers.and de- MA(Seci eodhedDaily)
That defeat, their second ir Chi- feated them in the water polo MADISON, Wis. - Settled cold
cago, was the only setback suffered game after the meet by tho score ewather and a heavy fall of snow
by Boston's champion Bruins: Theyor80 have served to stimulate interest
neatly sank the Ottawa Senators Walaitas Stars. in winter sports at the University
under a 5 to 1 score, then last night#Frank Walaitas proved to be the of Wisconsin and the Badger skat-
won an exciting game from Detroit, star performer for the Wolverine ers and ski jumpers are now ir)
5-4. This battle must have set a tankmen. He took the individual: daily training.
record of soe m kind when the two honors of the meet. In winning Bobby Ocock, ace of Wisconsin
teamsd soe fiv g in le t thhe 100-yard -free style. he cov- speed skaters, won the Milwaukeej
four minutes of play and seven al- ered the distance in 58 4-5 seconds. municipal championship recenly by
together in the second period. The versatile Wolverine also tied' romping off with three first and a
Detroit lest to Les Canadiens of Raike for the fancy diving honors second - 110 points - his closest'
Montreal, 6-1, between defeats by and swam in the free style :lay I competitor being F. Einert of Mil-
the Rangers and Boston while event. Reif, Hubley, Walker, and! waukee, who won the 220 yard
tsbrgdropped both of its Walaitas composed the Michigan I event by inches, after getting the
Pittsburgh team that won the free style relay. jump on the Badger captain at the
games. In the A. A. U. meet the following start.
night, the same team with Hughes Five Wisconsin ski jumpers com-t
,L FOR MATMEN (replacing Hubley annexed the A. peted in the Class B jump at the
A. U. title for the state. roIrmeriy Oconomowoc meet and, though
ALL A T COLUMBUS held by the Detroit Yatcht club.' outclassed by more experienced ri-,
Wolverines are in for a meet which The time for this event was 3:15 vals, made an encouraging showing,
Wo"Torrnhy"aCouchfwhoalearnedhthe
will give them a lot of the much 2-5.S"TorkGd"tCocky wolarethe
Sophomore Looks Good. game in the Rocky mountains and
needed experience since the Spar- Staelin, a sophomore, won the has cleared 164 feet on a Colorado
tans surprised a touted Northwes- 220-yard breast stroke against In- slide, made the best effort at Oco-
tern squad last week and handily diana in ,2:52 2-5. Goldsmith was nomowoc-a leap of 70 feet, eight
second. In the 50-yard free style feet less that the winning Class B
ti dCn.eg g Walker took a first with 26 3-10 for jump. Capt. Henry Hansen of the
tion- his time. Ladd and McCaffree Wisconsin team, cleared 64 feet.
This Michigan State win gives took first and secondrespectively-
the meet with them a serious as- in the 440-yard free style with the
pect and instead of the usual week winning time of 5:46. Valentine
won the 150-yard back stroke in
of comparative rest before this 1:54, and teamed up with. Gold-
meet, Coach Keen has ordered that smith and Hughes to win the med-
the whole squad put forth its great- ley relay as the, last event.
est effort to stem the Green and Schmeiler, a freshman, covered
White threat. the 150-yard back stroke event in
Against Ohio State it was the the A. A. U. meet in 1:54 2-5 to
work of Captain Hewitt aud Kelly gain the championship. Meigs took
which stood out above the rest. second. Another medley relay
Parker, while winning his match team composed of Walker, Gold-
was careless and took two overtime smith, and Hubley took the chain-
periods to whip a man who he pionship for that event in 3:24 4-5.
should have beaten easily. Trying ann on Page 7>)

for the conference honors, both
teams having won two games with-IGoplers Were Beaten"Twice
out a loss. Everett Dean's H-oosiers GoPhr WeeB tnTwe
stepped up to the top beside ur- by Badgers Who Split Two
due by trimming the Wildcats 36 Ganies wiih Wolves
to 22 in one of the fastest games of,; -
the current season. SECOND TILT OF SERIES
Sharpshooting their way to vic-__
tory the three Hoosier aces, Mc- Playing their fourth Conference
Cracken, Zeller, and Veller, turn- e in five nights oac ddie
ed in a total of 28 points, a score g
that the famous Wildcat, Capt. Rut Lowery will send his Varsity sharp-
Walter could not beat with the best shooters against Minnesota's hock-
of his efforts which netted 12 points ey comfbihe this evening in the sec-
'-a high score for one man in a ond game of the sries on the Min-
conference game. The Hoosiers ' po f he
lead all the way to the decision and Twice beaten by Wisconsin's
showed a championship brand of speedy stickhandlers. the Gophers
basketball. are ready to show a."turn around"
Wisconsin defeated Illinois Sat- and drop the Wolverines. Injury
urday in one of the most ludicrous and bad scholastic breaks have cut
conference games that has been i into the Minnesota roster this year
(Continued on Page 7) and Coach Eil Iverson will be far
I from able to. sed his first string
Badgers Arrange Tilts regular, performers against the
With Marquette Sextet ( T h lss* -*hnPeterson and
. 13iIl Conway. through., injury will be
(SDcial to The aili somewhat.Qffset, hweer, bythe
MADISON, Wis. -- The Univer- ew oft. aibliyof-ee
sity of Wisconsin hockey team will E los tll who hasa put in . sererpl
Mar ett Umvrsi a srieM4tscatelvhfgpti eep
play Marquette University a series days 9f practice an will boy ready
of four games this season, accord- for action this evening.
ing to arrangements concluded here Peterson, an _elongateI (efense-
between Director George Little and man, and anl important factor in
Coach Johnny Farquhar of Wiscon- last years successes on the ice for
sin and Conrad M. Jennings, Mar- the Gphers has been forced to
quette diirector of athletics. quit the game due to an injury .to
The Badgers will open the series his back while Conway, a fashy
of games at the Hilltop rink in Mil- first string forward is suffering
waukee, Jan. 24 and 25. Marquette from a severe injury to his eye sus-
will come -to Madison for a game tained during the second Wiscon-
February 8 and probably the sec- i sin game.
ond game here will be played Feb. Bob Christie,,a. newcomer to Bad-
19, this last date, however, being ger hockey circles, is rated as, one
tentative.l of the outstanding goalies to ever
Lastseason Marquette and Wis- cause. yAny advantage which the
consin, met but twice, Marquette Wolverines are able to show on the
winning the first game, 9 to 0, offense, Coach Iverson hopes to be
while Wisconsin took the second, 1 overcome by the - performance of
Ito 0. Christi at the nts
Both teams are considered The Wolverine puck delegation
stronger this season than last. tine on Page 7)

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With the first hurdle toward an-
other Conference championship'
narrowly but successfully cleared,.
Coach Cliff Keen has dropped any1
idea that he has as well-balanced
a team as he had last year and has
determined that work and plenty of
it will be the only means of keep-.1
ing the mat supremacy of the Big
Nine at Michigan.
In their 16-14 defeat of Ohio
State, the Wolverines showed that
they were willing to mix in and
give all they were worth, but with
the exception of the three letter-I
men who were in action, the entire
squad showed that they were sadly
I in need of experience. Of the new
man only Joe Woodard in the 138
pound class was able to come out
of his match with a win, although
only one of the other four rookies
was taken for a fall.
Stoddard in the unlimited class
was pinned by Fairall who is known
as one of the best heavyweights in
the Conference. In commenting on
Stoddard's defeat, Coach Keen said
that he was greatly encouraged
over his showing and that he near-
ly pinned his more experienced op-
ponent, only to let the Buckeye
star, slip away behind him and get
a pinning hold.
With Ohio State out of the way,
Coach Keen's chief worry in the
Conference is Indiana, which has
improved in every weight -over a
- team which last season held the
title bound Wolves to a tie. If Mich-
igan can beat the Hoosiers, Coach
Keen feels that they will have a
good chance of repeating their suc-
cess of last year.
However, the Michigan coach is
not underrating his other oppon-
ents and since he knows that his
men are not as strong as he was
counting, he realizes that to get
to the top will entail the hardest
kind of work. Against Michigan
State College' this week end the
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