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PAGE SIX

THE M'I*CH-I GAN..DAILY

.WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 22, 1930

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Varsity

Fencers

Outclass

1 ealing

Squad

to

Win,

14-3

]O HNSI EN| THINCLADS SHOW YOU
__IMPROVED FOR M F
I IFeing that his men are round-
TfKE hLit tnegnnL BOUFS

JNG WINNER
RICH PURSE'

Side Court Shits ji

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TANK MEN TO GIVE113
EXHIBITION SWIM fF FIRST YEAR
Giving an exhibition under the
auspices of Battle Crek college in TMi MP

s r i w r rw yr s IMY 7r Y

Wolverines Prepare fo
With Michigan S
Next Saturday.

or Meet
tate

KOON PERFORMS WELL
Testing their strength for the
final time against outside competi-
tion before the first scheduled meet
with Michigan State next Satur-
day, the Michigan Varsity fencers
banded the freshman team a de-
cided beating, 14 to 3, yesterday.
While most of the bouts were close,
the Varsity showed a marked im-
provement over its performance in
a previous meet with the fresh-
men.
Perhaps the closest bouts were
in the events in which both the
Varsity and the freshmen fencers
were almost over-cautious. Koon
turned in the best performance for
thWe Varsity by defeating both Bus-
sey and Richard by two to one
scores, while Dwosett, the other
Varsity man competing in this
Weapon, won his bout from Bussey,
2o 0, and dropped one to Richard,
2 to 1.
Hammer and Gordn 'Win.
Although all of the bouts in the
sabre were closely contended Ham-
mer and Gordon of the Varsity
each .won two bouts *from Ide and
Destephano. Destephano gave
the Varsity fencers some real com-
petition and forced the regulars to
extend themselves to win. In the
bout, the freshman threatened to
'bout into a f-our to four tie before
Gordon could rally and take the
final and deciding point.
Destephona was slightly less ef-
fective against Hammer who won
the bout 5 to 3. Neither of the Var-
sity men had much trouble with
Ide who lost to Hammer, 5 to 2,
and to ^Gordon, 5 to 1. The latter
bout was exceedingly fast with
Gordon having things pretty much
his oWn wa.
MIrley IsBest Freshman.
The three Varsity representatives
in the foils, Stolpman, Schutz, and
Friedman, were pushed by the
freshmen only in the first round
in which Schutz defeated McKlos-
ky, 5 to 3, Friedman defeated
Moulton, 5 to 4, and Stolpman de-
feated Morley, 5 to 4. Marley was
the strongest opponent of the Var-
sity in this weapon, winning two
of his three bouts.!
in the second round, Stolpman
and Friedman both defeated their
freshmen opponents, Moulton and
McKlosky respectively, by 5 to 0
scores. Morley won his first bout
from Schutz in a close 5 to 3 bout.
In the third series of foils bouts
Stolpman won his third victory
from McKlosky 5 to 3.
Penn State Grid Coach
Will Become Director
(By Associated Press)
HARRISBURGi Pa., Jan. 21.-Re-
tire ment of Hugo Bezdek from ac-
tive coaching of Penn State's foot-
ball and baseball teams to assume
directorship of a new school of ed-
ucation and athletics at the col-
lege was approved today by the col-
lege board of trustees.:
Bezdek's dropping out of the
coaching position was voluntary,
the board announced. The grizzled
veteran, with two more years to
his coaching contract, stepped out.
in order to be better able to per-
form -his new duties. Both changes
are effective July 1.
In his new position, Bezdek will
have a voice in the selection of his
successor as coach, giving him
power to pick some one who may
retain the system in vogue at Penn
State for the last 12 years.

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will win them points in the All- Conference basketball fortunes, Diretor Yos 's basketball floor,
t Conference indoor meet at the end ever 'iictuating, hit another rough in 1dct, on anybody's hard-
of the season, but that right now spot Moiiday night and Michigan's wood. '
the apility of several of the new previously maltreated court war- Ability to take advantage of op-
riors ran roughshod over Indiana's portunities from the foul line are
men is an unknown quantity, Coach Iproud cage combine. The nature of to be attributed as one of the a-
Farrell does not expect to get down most "upset" games, usually very jor factors of the Michigan victdry.
to serious work until after the ex-Ir close, with the underdog narrowly Out of the 20 misdemeanor tosses}
amination peiou is over. edging out the favorite was cer- launched by ie Varsity cagers 171
With a squad of 68 men to work tainly not in order if the 45-26 were turned into points to swell the1
score is recalled. Wolverine total. Hank Weiss missed
with the veteran track coach is now What is still more diffiCult two charity tosses early in the
sending his performers through to understand is the fact that game while one of Truskowski's at-
easy workouts in form rather than the men of Indiana looked i tempts failed to slip through the
trying to get'a line on their best like a redi basketball team, twine.-
abilities. Several veterans whose sh ed tish andhardly Chapman, Kanitz, Orwig, ad
.past work is well known to Coach I loe i eli ufrn
Farrell are on the squad and with oneoed l'ff a ights"which sf nRicketts took advantage of
these men in the best of shape he eoen the it basketb iteams thverty charity tose awarded
thinks that his team will stack up are Capable of shoing- cucy mark seen within the
well n th reglar mets nd e
el Conferee.n Michigan's quint failed to mea- walls of the Wolverine sport
efree ure up to the polished floor per- bailiwick in many Conference
The first meet of the 1930 season formance of the Hoosier forces but campaigns.
is scheduled for February 22 with on the other hand displayed a While the performance of the in-
Chicago invading Yost Field House I brand of heads up ball which force dividuals merited plenty of praise
to match times and distances with led the going all the way and had the palm must go to diminitive
'the Wolverines. This meet will be the white shirted men from Hank Weiss who consistently pay-
somewhat of an experiment since r. Bloomington at a considerable dis- 1 ed the way for his teammates to
it will be the first time that one I advantage. -(continued on Page 7)
has been tried when the basketball gessive foHlw up work
floor was in place for a game. This with rwig and Kinitz leading
will limit the space which Coach the way proved a most . en-
Farrell can use, but it is h3ped that c g i i
the events will be run off smoothly..;:.,::cour;again g f er.ie sandl
Shortly atrti duel meet iai a Wleii srgdWkv
Michigan State'-and Ypsilanti will thog!h atn o~e
come to Ann Arbor to compete forak... ad pik t ball d No
th nfiilcaminhpo h t~so~citc Presshot off backboard to open up an- N d /V
the unofficial chanmpionship of te !ns eehte ther Michigan scoring drive.I
state in, a triangular 'mzeet.. More; Densmnore ,chute,oteMihansongdv.
men will be entered in this meet Former holder of the Ohio Ama- It was this ability to keep con-Ta
an in the Chicago dual meet and tur 'Golf championship, turned in i trol of the ball and at the same To a great many
Coach Farrell feels that the com- a fine exhibition in California to ! time continue their scoring thrusts is like a new pipe-of 1
petition will be stiff. win the $10,000 Los Angeles open whicn enabled the Veenkermen to until they are broken in.
The advent of Eddie Tolan, one championship. Shute is now enter- level a team whose strongest de- shoe that is designed to
of the outstanding-;sprinters in thed in the $25,000 Agua Caliente fense was very evidently based on:
h worldutotle pWolverine indoor open meet. ' point scoring ability. Against a from the first step. It r
squad boosts Michigan's chances of - ; team so dependent on her attack- Ask for it by name-the
finihinghighin he Cnfernceing ability to offset advances of an
finishing high in the Conference Wolverine Puck Team oppoent thi unbeatabe fol broad extending soles,
on to add points to theMaize and Wi 1 Play Marquette jyp performance proved a defense Scotch Grain.
Blue total against any competition. .. I which could not be frustrated.
Felker in the high juap tied far Coach Eddie Lowrey's rambling A complete reversal of
the Conference title last year and erine pucksters will interrupt marksmanship over the neverB
should be ale to "repeat this sea-; their march back to Ann Arbor aft- to be forgotten "18 missed un- BU TO
er a highly successful sortie into derbasket shots" performance
s he everal eteans'n cd h lair of Gopher arid Badger in the game with the Illini saw -
igthe eyor ty wnsandy Fait- forces long enough to stop to take 'the Wolverines spreading the
gibbons, Varsity cross-country cap-on the hockey warriors of Mar- meshes from all angles with
tain, should add strength in the ,ii~hsfo l nlswt
running events.h quette this evening at Milwaukee. an unerring consistency that ! a -
Wekness nthe pod the Golden Avalanche, with an has seldom been outdone on
Weakness in the pole vault and early season record which is most
the weight events xs at present wor- impressive, will be a favorite. to
rying Coach Farrell more than any- topple the weary Lowreymen whot'
thing else, but he hopes that some have shown an inability to go at Hark To His Master's Voice!S
capable perforners will appear top speed after the fourth consecu-aying
from the men who are out for these tive game rteftyn. r.
places.ivegmein five days. .q r
places. The defense of the Michigan 10
team has been the outstanding For Everything Musical
Squash and Handball feature of Michigan's play on their
S trip north this year. The Wiscon-a-
Stars Wil Play Here sin and Minnesota teams have t Radios:-
been unable to pierce the Wolver- Majestic, Victor, Crostey
Squash and handball enthusiasts in, ramparts with any degree of LowestP :
of the University will be treated to consistency and it is this ability t TERMS BaldwinKohler & Campbell
a real exhibition. of their sport turn aside offensive parries which 0 sUit. powI a, C Tw
when a delegationof Detroit squash gives the Wolverine cause -for hope Play while Orchestral Instruments , e Tw )m I
and handball stars engage in a in turning aside the challenge of y pay' Victor, Columbia, Brunswick
series of matches with leading the Milwaukee skaters. Records
players of the campus and of the Joseph and Langen have fea-
faculty. at 8 o'clock tonight in the tured the ofiersive ply f h
adASK THOMAS HINSHAW, Mgr.
Inztramuiral Sports building. Michigan stickhandlers and Coach i
Dave. Gardiner, squash profes- Lowrey is looking to these men to 601 East William Street Phone 7515
sional at the Detroit Athletic Club lead the assault on' the Marquette I
and reputed to be the best pro nets.

their large 40 yard pool, a group
of Varsity and freshman swimmers

will accompany Coach Matt Manns
to Battle Creek this afternoon. Sev- Yearling Teams.
eral veteran performers and some
of the outstanding yearling nata- Although not sending his men
tors will compete in the exhibition through any strenuous drills as yet,
races. Coach Hoyt of the yearling track
Bob Walker will appear in the squad feels that the aspiring cin-
sprints, while Capt. Garnet Ault will der path stars of the class of 1933
be seen in the distance events. Fel are rounding into the sort of shape
nwhich predicts that they may in
tshe mend Gus Hley both V the future represent the Maize and
Isity men, will 'also swilm in the Blue.
dashes. Frank Walaitis and Fred While the purpose of freshman
Grimshaw, both lettermen, will give track is not primarily to see how
fast a man can run or how higrh
an exhibition of low and high board he can jump, Coach Hoyt reports
fancy diving. that he has two men on his squad
In the breast stroke Bob Gold- who have shown that they know
smith, Wolverine veteran, will be how to perform in their events.
pitted against two first year lum- Cox, a big first year man, who has
marnes. Schnuieler and Chase. The hopes of following in the footsteps
back stroke will find Irving Valen- of Ketz in the hammer has shown
tine and Clarence Boldt waging a signs of potential ability which
battle for honors. Bob Klintworth, makes him a Varsity prospect for
another freshman star, will likely next year. His class-mane Eckno-
swim with Ault in the quarter mile. isuclass-mae c
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in the country, will lead the con-
tingent from Detroit. George
Midklen, pro at the University Club
will play number two on the team
with George Healy, the pro at the
Detroit Racquet Club, number
three. In addition to these noted
teachers, several leading.. Detroit
amateurs have consented to play,
in the exhibitions. While the rest
of the team has root as yet been
announced, it is expected that Tom
and Ben Paddock, Doug Roby,
George Reindel, and Tom Maxon
will represent the University .Club
in the matches. Other prominent
amateurs are expected to compete.
The University will be represent-
ed by Perlins, Angell, Wid James of
the faculty, wpile the remainder of
the team will be composed of the
leading campus players.
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