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FENCIERS WIN ROM
SAEIN OPEER
(Continued From Page 6)
first foils bout by Captain Bauer.
but made the final and deciding a
touch for a 5 to 4 victory. His see-

MICHIGAN GYMNAST TEAM WILL I
EGAGE ONFERENCE ,OPPONENTS
With the recent decision to mare I hold a state interscholastic gym-
gymnastics a Varsity sport, it is ex- ; nastic sleet in Ann Arbor to in-
pected that regular Western Con- !crease interest in the sport. At
! f the present time only five or six
ference competition will be begun Michigan high schools send teams
next winter. All of the other Bigr to a state mieet, but if the Univer-
Nine schools but Michigan have ! sity should 'sponsor such a tourna-1
preiouly oased f Vrsiy gm-ment it is likely thlat more institu-!
preis ly oasedteamsty g m-, and the W olverines' io swould tape an active, part.
Prep Teams will Shorn.
fcoming intotheld ll niii e it Coach Johnstone. Varsity :frn--

WoleiTh Vtean ITALIAN GIANT SHOWS ABILITY
INOPENING AMERICAN FIGHT
Primo Carnera, giant Italian In contrast to most of the giant
heavyweight, demonstrated that he; heavywe ights that have come to
r- 'S is not just another over-rated for-'the United States in an effort tI
I vign importation to the boxing cir-; gain the vacated crown, howvever,
acualyes of America. by knfocking out Camrera actually emonnstrated

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. oand bout with Kershaw was never
in serious danger of going to Mich=
igan State as the lunging State
fencer was an easy victim, for the
Y ~more finished style of the Wolver-'
ine Captain.
Friedman, the second Michiganj
foilsman, likewise disposed of Xer-j
shaw by a one-sided score but was])
forced to take a 5t to 2 beating at;
the hands of Captain Bauer. Al-i
th'ough the Wolverines appeared
,..; : considerably stronger in the foils
than in either of the other two
weapons, their form is still far from
the perfection required for victor-
ies inBig Nine competition.
Gordon, 'first Michigan fencer in
the sabre, was by far the outstand-
ing man in this weapon, defeating
Gauld 5 to 1 and Bauer 5 to 3.
r 1 Scheyer, Michigan's segond sabre
man, was something of a surprise
and won hA bout with Cauld in five
straight touches winning the only
shutout in this weapon. However,
Baw.er. had better success in solving,
Sc'Peeyer's 'weakness for head and
shoulder cuts and won front the
Wolverine, 5 to 2, in a match which
was much closer than the score in-
0icates.- The bout was full of dou-,
ble thrusts and most of Baner's'
points were gained on close deci-1
sions of the officials.I
Koon was the only other Wolver-
ine to score a shutout, defeatingI
Atwell 2 to 0 in the first epee bout.
moon lost his second bout to, Bauer,
2 to 1. Dowse tt, of Michigan., also
split his bouts winning one from
Bauer, 2 to 1 and losing one to At-
well, 2 to 1.1

Dig BOY Pt erson l irlone nmiflutc
and ten seconds in his debut in this
country Friday night..
!With 13,000 fight fans who had

that hie had ability. Of the other
importations only Max Schmeling
seems to be more than mediocre.
SCamnera will oppose Elzear Riou~
of Candanext F'ridav at the Chi-

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unanimouas. '.1g mentor, also agreed with Dr.; Garden howiirg their ' llh , he wllgo tdup Following that bout{
tisbleethttet ra;S0,Mysviews a oteporgn-;hewl ou against Johnny Riko
meets with other Big Nine rivals} nastice systems used at present in'..tebucnbarboofCv-
will be hl at the same tiies the' Michigan high schools, and may at-, heavyweight title, vacated by gene land, at Madison Square (Garden n
fencing meets, the two sports con- tempt to .hold a state interscholas- Tunney, sent Peterson to the can- New York. tgte gtruhuvt he ie eoeteAe!
entire seasoii. Michi difn's cl h iat ethe , gyn sts wouldt come to can was counted out. As the bell
tyi h ati ceuln il-AnAbr rang Canera rushed from his cor- s A S IFII
ing meets WaIS because of thfe fact ner and with one sweep of his
tait hd encgymnatic ttam !to MO NIn RAL, Ca:-Gorge Loti j.jright hand sent Peterson sprawling. 'CA VRTSN
acopany tefnes of Chicago reached the'firials of the Otto KeleyAs lhe rose to his feet again an---
Regular practice sessions are be-' pionshius, by defeating 1-1. L. Brown Ir~a.; b cn on01e of the maain factors the county of eight, while a right NTC
ing held for the gymnamsts under the of Bronxville, N. 'Y~ in the early i in the success of the Wolverine' uppercut sent himi down for a thirdI THE STUDENT INN will serve
direction of Dr. G. A. May. It is ;,cemi-inals with scores of 1-6, 6-, wrestling team for the past two time a few seconds later. One more spca!udydinr tvr
likely that a new coach, either ti-4. , years. right hook completed the massacre, reasonable prices. Come and try
part-time or a member of the fac-e----. Peterson staying dlown for the1 it for good service and good
ulty, will be signed soon, however. ____ _____________count this time, food. 712 Hill St. 6
Despite the fact that no meets will!}- I Both of the fighters were among i--
be held with other schools thi"s Jf the biggest in the heavyweight di-, RADIO SERVICE
year, it is probable that a contest l vision, Carnera standing six feet Competent service men on all
between members of the Mi fig 7 j ,sx inches tall and weighing 269 makes of radios.
team will be held at the earl of the: pounds, while Peterson was six feet STIMPSON RADIO SERVICE
present season. At this time si t- _______; four inches in height and tipped 'Dial 21408 521 East Lbert
able :awards will be given the wvv-' h clsat29pud.246c
1Delta Sigma Delta, last ear's Theta Chi ......... 644.. hesae t 0 ons
ner oftevroseetfraternity boxing champs failed 1'i eta Delta .. ...........488j
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number of men have reported to :a eutter25 oept n lh ap aba ....31
Dr. May to try out for placesr5 oa ar.ul hir25 soe usAlh tp Lrnra .. 8
temUWie eer o.l- . temr well doten the list in thisr Alpha Omeg a. ...... 381
! by aper t hve rai~t, 'eti s) lyc is preliminary smatches. An- iPhi Sigmau Delta......... ..379
a Physical Education' student, is, othler att nty Delta Allr pha Kara wl .. .6
outstanding. More material will be + 110i' olled a 2463 which is thirty- j Phi app a Pi .......... ...... .32
needed before the W olveines can ; , ,pins better than Delta Sis'. Tau Kappa Epsilon ... .....288
hope to compete successsfully with ' ihamnpionship score last year The Sigmia Alpha MVu .............2883
othe Bi Nie shool, bt oly sixteen high teams will qualify for VOIA 4StE0LES
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Single rooms $3.50; double rooms
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COUPLE driving from Chicago to
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NOTICE
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WANTED-Roommate for a 'suite,
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will be con: idered. Wo'rk is -being
done on. the horizon-tal and par-
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DON MOE WILL PLAY ON Micignteam being . below par i
WALKER CUP GIOLF TEAM1of Michigan high school tralnin,
With a free period _of gymnasium
(Ccntinued From P~ige 6) work being the pressent or der i.,i
with the safe and creditable score high schools, the athletes do 11(,t
of 149.' He lost in the subsequent have a chance to develop perfect
match play to Phil Perkins, but the coordination in their muscles that
British Amateur champion whoj can be gained only by of. ganivecl
was 'later to go to the finals, hadI coaching systems. Until the high
to travel 22 holes to take him into schools of the state begin to train
camp. itheir athletes on gymnastic a0-
Last year at Pebble Beach, Moe's3 paratus the calibre of the Varsity
qualifying score was 146, just one.I team wily be lower than it should,
stroke above the total at which In Dr. May's opinlion, as college me2 n
Bobby Jones and Gene Ilornals are too old to learn gymnastic work.
tied for the medal. He,lost in the unless they, have had at least sone.-
third round to George Voigt, nowI previous training.
his team mate on the Walker Cuip In In iieffor't to sponlso t r ymns-
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r TINM T O (COACHI P. M. C.
( udlswn T1: i,, .tar back o the
university of I;linois football team,
has recently b(,(,t appointed the'
h'ead coach. <' the P ennsylvania
M Ailitary Colleg;e football squad for
ti-he r,03l >0,11,eason. Tmeas benj
I hegreaestfactor gin.thet' liccss
of .I inoi:fon, the last 4tWo years.

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-One of the, favorites ins the last
intercollegiate championship, Dion
fell' before Marshall Forest of Yale
in the third round, losing on the
18th green. Forrest later wvent to
the finals.
PURDUE GRAPPLERS TO
OPPOSE OHIO STATE N
FIRST BIO NINE3 MEET
(Continued From Pape 6)
rment at 135 pounds. In the 155
pound class, two new men, P. W..
Scherschell, of Bedford, and MA. M.
Gray, of Kirklin, although they
lack ,experience, both show prom-
ise. N. S. Hadley, of Denh am, vet-
eran 165-pounder, has so far been
uinable to get in the best of condi-
tion, and W. H. Huffman, of Wil-
mnette, Ill., and C. C. Sigerfoot, of
Elkhart, are expected to draw the
early assignments.
Two football men, MA. D. Stewart,
of South Bend, and L. E. Eardj
of West Lafayette, are handling the
175 pound and' heavyeight class-
es, respectively.
BOSTON, 7'4ass.-Sluggin ; his
way to victory, Jimmy Maloney se-
cured a' knockout on Armand
Emanuel of Los Angeles early in
the second round. The fatal blow
was a powerful left hook to the
stomach which put Emanuel out
for 10 minutes.
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