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Intramural News


4 1

Split Games With Both Badgers
and Minnesota but Lost
to Marquette.
Tired and exhausted from their
play in the northland, Coach Ed-
die Lowrey's Wolverine hockey
team returned from one of the most
gruelling jaunts ever attempted by
a Michigan athletic team this
morning after playing five games
in six nights against the very stif-
fest kind of competition.
Nine Men Made Trip.
Nine men and the diminutive
Varsity coach made this trip, Cap-
tain Bryant was forced to return
after the second gaime.with-Wiscon-l
si and, to make matters worse
Schlanderer and Campbell suffered
itrxies which cut the Wolverine
roster down to a number which
made the stiff going really a tax
on the endurance of the players.
Nevertheless the rambling Wol-
erine skaters return with second
place in the Conference firmlyl
within their grasp and a confidence
that when the northern members
of the Conference invade Ann Ar-
bor they will hold the business end
of the scoring argument all the
Coach Lowrey is highly satisfied
with the performance of his stick-
handlers over their week's perform-
ance and predicts a turn about
when the Wolverines take on the
invading fladger and Gopher
forces in the Coliseum.
Play Over-time Game.
Invading the outdoor rink of the
Cardinal skaters on Friday last, the'
Wolverines outplayed the speedy,
Wisconsin sextet over the regula-,
tion route but were forced to go
into 20 minutes of- overtime play
before gaining the decision, 2-1. In
the second game the bitter cold'
weather and continual renewing of
their forces netted the Badgers the.
game 3-2.
In both these games the Michi'-
gan pucksters, Tonmkins, Hart, and
Nygord in particular, suffered from
frostbitten fingers. The fast mov-
ing Wisconsin front line- attackers,
although used to the outdoor rink
and frigid weather, also suffered
an3d to the extent that the Badger
authorities were forced to call the
scheduled encountei' with Mar-
quette for this evening off.
(Continued on P'ge 7)

. P'a KhlBeic progran.
Uz'usuahiy S«'ngEast Lansing Kappa:O Ps . Coach Johnstone Polishes Weak
... JZO~i5Mr. West J. Altenburg of Detroit
Wrea thng Tcam Threatens Lead in Tournament Northern High School spoke on Spots ii Varsity Revealed
Record of Wolverines. __ _the conduct of the Physical Activi- by Meet With Freshmen.
HARD MEEi PREDICTED efive man teams have bowled ties program in the large city highE
^; in the fraternity championships! school and gave the details of an
S ' I One of the strangest mkt teams and Phi Kappa leads with a 2326 organization plan whereby each With the promise of strong op-
score. They are followed in order student participates in the type of position in their first meet of the
in the History of Michigan Statto i herfis me o h
p by- activities he most needs for all season against Michigan State Sat-
I {: , , Ecolege xilfi h the opposition
for Coach Cliff Kcen's title aspir- Tau Delta Phi .............2242 around physical development. urdy afternoon, the Wolverine
ing Wolverines this Saturday. In- Phi Gamma Delta ........... 2137 Both of these speakers were for- Varsity fencers are polishing up
Phi Beta Delta ..............2011 mer members of the Michigan Phy- their form in the finer points of the
Alpha Kappa Lambda ......1980 sical Education Club and gave in- game during the latter part of this
which the Ftate matmcn are usual- Phi -Kappa Psi ..,........ . .1977 week.
ly expected to furnish the fights Alpha Chi Rho .............1967 teresting sidelights on their prob- Two recent meets with the fresh-
this k will nrobabiy ho as hard Triangle................1685 lems in the field. man fencers served as something
as the Michigan men will have n Phi Sigma Delta,..........1594 of an eye opener for the Varsity
lySx Players Remain who discovered unexpected weak
spots in their style in time to rem-
thei.. S. C. Beat Wildcats. ipha Sigma Phi and Delta Sigma Handa ITourney edy the faults before the opening
Coach Keen is working his pro- Phi at 4:00 o'clock, Delta Sigma 1 of the schedule this weekend.
teges scicrly for this meet and is Delta and Delta Alpha Epsilon at Coach Johnstone has a well bal-
trying to drive any idea that the Out of a field of 92, six men are anced team in spite of the fact that
Spartan meet will be easy from their 7;00 o'clock, and Kappa Delta Rho'left in the All-Campus handball unbalanced strength in the yearling
minds. In two meets with other and Sigma Delta Kappa at 8:30 singles. These men were winners squad made the Varsity appear
Conference opponents so far this 0 clock. of the various brackets and they considerably stronger in the sabre
season the Green and White ha - have now been drawn up into a and epee than in the foils.
rung up one win and one loss. Physial Education championship bracket. Ward Whee- Foils Line-up Settled.
Northwestern fell an easy prey to AaJdAa ler of Appleton, Wis., drew and bye At present the lineup of the
the experienced East Lansing grap- T41A and will play the winner of the ichigan weapon weilders in the
piers, while a strong Chicago team Phelps-Jones match. foils is pretty well nettled with;
had a hard job of disposing of Steve Jones of Duluth, is last Captain Stolpman, Friedman, and
the collegians. A meeting of the Men's Physical 1 years' champion. Phelps, who hails Schutz ranking 4s first, second, and
The Wolverines will leave for Education Club was :held in the from Saginaw has been playing third respectively. Stolpman dem-
East Lansing Saturday morning, Intramural Sports building, Wed- very consistently and should give onstrated his superiority with the
but Coach Keen has not decided as nesday evening, which proved to be Jones a good argument. In the foils in the matches with the fresh-
S4 .yet what men he will use in the one of the best the club has held lower bracket, Friedman of Brook- men fencers by winning all of his
PRMO m . pti s gisear. lyn, N. Y., drew a bye and will await bouts while Friedman -and Schultz
CA RN.K A ee. optitio n i trong foi r .hiCyar. nero
several of the places on the Michi. Mr. Carl Anderson -of Grosse Ille the result of the match between Joe both lost a bout to the leading
Giant Italian conteniderfor Gene T'unney s vacated heavyweight gan team, and until the new men High School gave an interestig Navarre of Monroe and Charles Ax- freshman foilsman, Morley.
have proven their right to compete talk on "administration of Athlet- inn of Brooklyn. Neither Jones nor There is a three-sided fight for
throne who will make his American debut tonight at Madison Square in Varsity meets the exact lineup ics in the small school "system" Navarre, are expected to have much the two places -on the teami open
Garden i New York, with Big Boy Peterson as hms opponent. Standing which will oppose the State squad which stressed studei~t participation trouble in the preliminaries and for epee men between Koon, Dow-
over six feet six and one half inches in height, Carera is the largest cannot be announced. in the organization and administra- should fight it out in the finals as sett and Winer. These -three men
of ail the foreign fighters that have come to this country in an effort Hold Elimination Bouts tion of the physical education and I they did last-year. are playing a series of bouts during
to annex the world's heavyweight championship. To this end Coach Keen is follow- """----" this week 'in order to dtermine
ing-----. This regular practice of holding Vwhich two will represent the team
Detroit Handball and Squash Stars Defeat a series of elimination bouts for the g when the Michigan state fenoers
Michigan Title Holders in Exhibition Games five places on the team which are Over Both 'OhioUniversity and West Pont invade the Wolverine stronghold
;not finedby veterans. The 128, 158 'tomorrow afternoon.
Som ecetina hndal ad- and 168 pound divisions are well' (By1" Soiated Pres)SbeMnVnBus
Some exceptional handball and Carthy beat Gehring, Haggerty filled by Captain Hewitt, Kelly. and BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Jan. 23.- when it defeated the Y. M C. A. Koon and Dowsett competed ,for
squash matches were exhibited at beat Seager, Kamman beat Fried- Parker, but the other five places Members of the strong Indiana wrestling squad of Louisville by a the Varsity in the last meet with
the Intramural building Wednes- man, and Hovey take the measure are to be taken care of by new wrestling team returned to Bloom- 116 to 13 score. Coach Thom's var- the freshmen, the former winnIng
day night when the best players of of Renner. About all the local men, and at least two wrestlers are ington Tuesday following their an- sity team will open the Western his two boutsby small margins xnd
ormdfs daPeer. bouthaltheslocalin the running for each of the open nual invasion of the East last week.I Conference schedule at Blooming- the latter winning but one -of two
Detroit made their second annual players got out of the matches was places. The trip was unusually successful ton February 8 against Purdue. bouts. Winer was a regular -last
visit here. the experience of playing against' Of the eight positions on the from the extent of increasing the On that same day the Indiana season and should hold down one
Steve Jones, local singles chair some of the best talent in the Michigad State team six of them victory column for this season. indoor track team will o ipen 'its of the Varsity berths this year.
pnpn and Bathey fought a hard are filled by men who have had Both Ohio University and West Season against Ohio State, national Hammer and Gordon, both letter
two gaines tonBe. Chet York of York, who downed Langlois, s experience in wrestling against col- ! Point were turned back -in an im- intercollegiate champions, in the men from last year, will probbly
Deoontbfdprsvmed LangteniaffhueCa-Hehersnte az adfuwbhtDeotlege opponents before, while both pthessive manner. Previous to the Indiana ineld house. Coach Hayes represent thee Maize and Blue
Dentot defee Lngalos ofMchr hechgn Sg e champion, btof the men who are appearing- for trp the team had scored victories has a strong representation of Ifencers in the sabre bouts. Neither
igan, two to one, in a long drawn recently was defeated by Griffin, the first time this season won their, over Cornell College of Iowa and track stars this season and will of these men had difficilty in dis-
out match. Other matchesr Mc- nationaltitle-holder, at Detroit. matches against Northwestern. Nebraska. The "B" team also denm- give the national champions a hard posing of their freshman opponents
-- - --ns r ed i s bi tydefead yWheelerbaposin_._lof,_th e rrem an.
Scaflegerdfa _ --- __----__ _ onstrated its ability last Saturdayi battle for first. place. in the recent meet.


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