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WISCONSIN HODSW
OVER WOLVERINES
Defeat, Second Game at HandsI
of Gophers, Robs MichiganY
Of Topu Rung Tie.Y E
Joseph Maintains Stellar. Play
Over Course of Trip tor
Lead Individuals.
Michigan's powerful hockey sex- _
tet, although running into a snag
in the second game of the series
against Minnesota, forged into sec-
and plac-e in the Conference puck
standings by ,splitting the four
games against the Gophers and
Wisconsin on their present road
trip.
With Michigan favored to sweep'
the series against Coach Emil Iver-
son's Gophers, the defeat on Tu~e,%-
day night dine as a distinct sur- ;
prise following :their easy victory 3V:
of the previouis evening. In the first
game of the series with Minnesota,
Micliipan Oinerged a .3-,0 victor in
a battle that was devoid of thrills -
and full ;of poor hockey, but on the' Cla ;iene 'v'
following night, the Gophers came ISiharpshiootiii forv"a "d, lead> iisth
back to defeat the Wolverines by at ;Big Green court warriors this year,
1-Q count in a game that was fea-i Cherney is considered one of th,
tured by sterling individual skill. most consistant baskotball per oni-
Tbryant Decides to Stay. e rs in the eastern intercolle,ate
Coach Lowrey's puckmen were cage circles.
strengthened in the Minnesota se-!,rls ytedcso'o ati
.Clarence' Bryant to remain' with J T" Hockey + n-i
the team. "He had previously plan" i .
ned. to return to Ann Arbor fob. ixReady for ~pcn
lowing the two contests with Wis- I__
consin, but with a chance for (Continued Vron nat5ue C6)

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uMKE i IJi S FM~A WL S HOPEFULS TONIGHT'SAUi I T.Wi lol agemo.Cal345 nat:
th fN II N [ '1~ e~eW~ se,~ ak third conference campaign aagainst U g S1 rmpn. Mrs56. C ey 39
(Continued From Par'e ( icni, ilb tt6cntrAct r) Edward Wunsch
tieseason. ( ----- dpost, Strickland and eller at thci -__sscite_____(e_______c_6_orarpsiioswhleteig-!EATANIN,_a.__________$.0_PRWEKilgve__l h
Two brothers, Wesley and Dick !rivas. tydfnecmiaino l gawn has informally protested to! best meal in the city. Try it at
Ferrell, bth proved to be sensa- List .ycU with a stronler team! and Veller wil operate fromx guard. Michigan State over the possible Tet Cup Inn, 330 Maynard St.
tions in their first yea~ in the big than the Badgers boast at present usiftezoesse o ees*Oposite Post Office. 1234
t, although the Cleveland hurl- the Hoosiers were Zevllebrth and Blagrve are sopho-'NTC
er far outranked his older brother margins of 27-24 and 24-20 in hard-I mores but Bagrave beat out the 3uigtebsetalgm e
in his list of achievements. Wes fo ighit gatuns.a. lis .streby explains Iveeran Gill, a "regular ,from last! tween the two tea ms here February WE . BUY USED CLOTHING
hung up 21 victories and suffered ;tiW pre.ttne ofth~e i I'y rinkles! year for the backguard position.15, t wa learned here today.1 . H.BNAI
g 21 E.Washington Phone 4310
big 1 o s s i is f r t c a k a ' la c o e ~ w , zs a c ~ u a - M t r league battin g. Incidentally his ibig Uin th e co i e ture on erning;E e , a d G l i lp.a l C a h G o g e n e , o h I2 r e
batting was good enough to war-th 1e itcomel of hischarges oni Peec plenty of act-ion against the MWlvrines, has expresed to State'---Dorothy_____Brawn__
rant 'hm a jo as on of T < ertucniayntr l~athletic authoritiesBagerhis .oppositiothriDoeotisyoposiwio
r~cant him a jo a oincof rzoer.! ~nin gtn *. Cy- ader.to meeting teams using the zone MRGAELOANS -I~nya
Pecinauh' rguarpichhites.nig.Coach Meanwell will uniquestion- Style of defense. At no time has he W without bons to loan ol
Rick, although batting poorly,, Tho. present 1-cc';ir five is made ably stick to the five men ivho ,have refused to bring his team to Eat ioei n ro os.P~n
showed that he had the ability to tup laigly of vtrai~n and excep- carried the brunt of the burden for ;Lsing, however, for the game 4356 1350io lome.Phn
ra nk with the bcst receivers in the tiopali-y briliant sopiomor~ mater- I Wisconsin this season; the flashy] with State, it was said. Veenker______________
league,.i, and in addition to thle advan- Captain Bud Foster at center, Mat- explained that Big Nine teams use NOTICE-Special low prices on ex-
The West's other representa tve tage held inx experienice, :tl Ind- thu,.en and Varber at forwards, aend ;the nman-to-man defensive strt- pert fur remodeling, repairing
is none tither than the great. Art, ana players willi ~s eve al inch- Chmnielewski and Paul at the guard' egy and that he will not be per- and cletvin. Attend Zwerding's
Shires, who batted for .312 and es over their 13ac er o ppanent; in 1 osts. This eoiMie t u vied in the mitted to work out any other style 25th Anniversary Fur Sale. 21-
fielded fairly well in his first ap- rmal er' of h;ih. entire game «:'.Ginst Iinotis wvhichi of Play. 216 East Liberty. 456123
pearance in the league. hvs coach Everlx U hDen of Indiana was foa Lu.red by the f, ling of the In view of Coach Vreenker's opp__---- ____
freally a good player, and should will pl-0)ably rely on the sonic line-' Badger ; uanif %1i ospni, four con- >it ion to the zone style of defense, C 1FINAL EXAM TUTORING
make a name for himself if he can up which vws gent ag7,4nst :the Wol-I secutive mnintes c1':ia V in ps-CahBnVnltno tt, MACK~ TUTORING- AGENCY
control his teiriper il the fuji ~'rc% tci1 ,'c! M;{ a - layinig h ing the bail bew.e en themzhreives in }said today he probably will not use 31 .TAET. POE72
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Michigan to go into a tie for the "up of 'Theta Delta Chi, Alpha Delta !
leadership of the Conference at Phi, Xi Psi Phi, Phi Mix Alpha,' del-
stake he remained with .the club. ta Alpha Epsilon.
In the first of the two Gopher! In thne Canadian League Lher&I
games, the play of either club was are Les Canadians, last year':,
far from satisfactory. With neither; champions, Delta Upsiloni, Sigma
tean'I clicking as it should, and; Chi: Psi Upsilon.
play resembling that of two high Last year's intramural hockey
school teams, Michigan's score was program was a distinct encQurap-e-
held down considerably by the ef- I ment to followers of the ice sport onil
forts of Christie, the Minnesota. the Michigan campus. While the
net guardian. Time and again he I development of the play will showr
was -able to save the Gopher net: a general all around imiprovement
~rom an assault as a sloppy Wol-1 of those players who arc just out-!
verine offense outwitted a sloppier, side of the circle who are quazil-
Minnesota defense to threaten to fled to mnake the Varsity team itl
score. Joseph's solo dashz through surely will aid in the i'mprovemlent
the entire Minnesota defense to of these players and conseqluently#
score Michigan's first goal was vir- , turn out regularly men capa-ble of1
tually the only thrill of the game. j donning; the Maize and Blue.
First Defet in Years. Several of the Intramural lhogkeyj
This Minnesota defeat 'was the games last year Were conducive 01f
first the Gophers had suffered on excellent stickha-idling-n display.;.
their home ice in more than two the series between . Jiti e s Cana-
years. It also marked the end of diens'ancl Xi Psi Philr: oattstancl
the jinx that Minnesota hockey ing with th-e formet winnii g ov'rt
teams have lieldl over Michigan for the rot.
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Th. esday's battle was of an en-
tirely different character than that!
of Monday, the Gophers getting re-{
venge for their df eat o'f the pre-
vious evening by nosing out a 1-0;
victory over the Wolverines in a'
thrilling clash. With only 1:35 to
play in the second period Batholdi,
Gopher center, 'swooped - dW4 0on
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