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COAGH KEEN'S MEN.
HAVE ALREADy WON,
FOUR DUAL MEETS'

['HESE NEWCOMERS PROVE VALUABLE ADDITIONS

BUCKEYES DEFEAT

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Thee Veterans, Hewitt,;
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Scorig Honors.
RESER'VES ARE STRONG
Early ,Season Showing Establish-
es Wolverines as Fav orites I
in Title Chase.
With the long trail toward a seccI:
cond Conference championship
looming in the future ahd a record'
of7 four straight wins in the past,
Coach Cliff Keen's ambitious mats--
men will continue work through;
the exam period to get into the
b3est shape possible for the gruel-
ling Big Nine test. Purdue will fur-
nish the next; opposition for the
Wolverines when they invade Yost
Field house for the first home meet
of the seoson on Feb. 15.
At present the three veterans on
the Michigan squad are leading
the race toward seasonal high
.scoring honors With. Captain Hlew-
itt and Otto Kelly in the van while
l~ay Parker is crowding thiem close-
ly. The Maize and Blue leader and
Kelly and knotted with '18 points
each, both having accounted for
three falls and' one time decision.
Parker, kept out of one meet to
give a substitute experience has l
two falls and one decision to his
credit for °a grand total of 13
counters.
Farm Strong Nucleus.
These three men, around whom
the Wolverine mentor has' built a
formidable team are all counted
as among the best in the country
in the 128, 158, and 168 pound di-j
visions, and advance d((pe on their
Conference opponents makes them
the favorites in all of their Big
Nine tests.
Two new men, Benz and W ood-
ard, are running next to the vet-
eranis, points scored, both men
having .on three matches and lost
one. None of their wins have been
falls however, giving them a total
of ninc points cach.
Sp artans Were Strang.
in commenting on the Mich~igan
State meet last Saturday, in which
the Wolves surprised. a powerful
Spartan aggregation to win by a
24-6 decision, Coach Keen stated
thiiat is mer4 put tip the best show-
ing thatl they have made so far this
every man made his best effort
and it was mainly due to inexper-
ience that the two losers were
forced to render up points to their
oppon ents. B~oth. Stoddard anld'
Texeria who lost their matches arel
new mien who have been develop-
ing fast, and whom Coach Keen
hopes to develop into point-win-
ners before the season is over.
During the exam period, the
wrestlers will bep held to no, prae-
tice schedule, but will work out ait
the Intramural building as oftenE
as possible to keep in condition;
and to polish up on holds.

yCut Jeu Do n a for.mif S j TO COA~ C CLIFF . \SVARSITY1 MA T COMBINE I LA UING COPHIE SI
Coach F arirell said today that the _
Wolverine track squad was in thek (Continued s osilPodtinrn ha esto ae)
bet osilecodtin ndtatIv as a snainlseswbattle
they would not in all probability! but at that pointa brilliant Buck-
suffer any ill effects from the sli[>i , i eye attack, led by Ervn, flashy for-
let-up in the work: '.ri wil ward, swept the demoralzed Goph-"
necessary unil after tie e ~ ,... c.{. _ .eroft ther feet. Minnesota led %
antiatios. he suallh a be alftime, 12 to 7, but in the finalI
Iatrringtinsvey godh e~issdur~ ei halfo a man-to-man defence re-
tilerlistgfin vesgood rest s(.a sorted to by Ohio gave the Buck- I
th latfe eesad°'t au eyes a distinct advantage and en-
day in a short test comipctition . abledthm o make ;the game a;
many promises of a strong taim runawvay.mt
showed. up.:...'v.N hng ith aei h
No time trials have been run ask# ' , Nochng wllbemae.n.h
yet, but the mnembers of the squadci J . standinigs of the first several team.
be more strenuous at the start a'.i ;anmination will limit Conference 1
th etsmse.With the return .4 comeptition to only four contests,
toe nxse str o the full schedule of practice; tn. eIving anonConeene
tea. Micia meets Chicago
weeding out of the best of the l'. rdyngto h aonsfor
squad will start. The first tim ; FridayOihi on h aonsfor
trial coach Farrell believes j anls ganwih m
brin toligt sznevaryg~ocl c.. nesota Besides the Wolverine-.
sults. IvIo st of the ruuiers aOi {: rgopher clash last night and the
good fo~rm now anid it wf ~_____ _____ Purdue-Loyola gaine nothing else
only a short time to pulish the m (JCiff "Stoddard .Toe Woodward Bill Bez will be doing in the way of Bile
off. c'howin conis1tant ability and promising to vie with the veteran matmen in point wining perform- Nine cage battles.
-.....----- aces these men' havecarried regular posts on Michigan's Conference title defending mat team Stoddard Purdue and Loyola should clash
is wrestling regularly at the heavyweight position, Woodward has shown form at the 138 pound weightInoeofh eauegmsfth
H E in oeasofithe fetur-gaes of Leadn
MICHI~~~ [~ i while Benz is the best 143 pounder on the Wolverine mat rs"r Seao themdw"etrtch"nMrpe h avii ttmp
_______WesernConerecethe men _led
'WOLVERNE PUCKSTERS EASILY OTLS PRASt
I obreakta 31 gam e winningtstreak
Ss ION EAST LANSING RINK; SHOW OO EFU.tFFENSE'!of a team led by another Murphy
REWhen a colleg,:o.. ckc t, or; t on paL y c.A.Iiec'l th Wolverines to bell, especially, was outstandingi as his more famous namesake. In-
Wolverine Swordsmen Fail t three whole periods, can hold an the easist triumph that :they have among thne Michigan spares. luded among Loyola's string of
opponent scoreless wieisgai andtityabt fes andj In the two game, on the Colis- ( victories is one over butler, the ne-
Show Ability Against iscleduo o tpony 1v defense clicking perfectlyto givej um ice this rhutday and F riday! misis of Big Nine teams, by fix
Spartan, Team. isosa hentdrngt ni Coach Eddie Lowrey 's charges an nights, the Mihiant pucksiers wvill overwhelming score. Purdue, al-
shtahentduighetr easy 7-0 victory, be called upon to meet one of the ithioug~h boasting of. a powerful
60 minutes, it means that that In spite of the fact that a second most formidable teams in the mid-g
BISHOPS ARE CARDED I team has a defense that is far string lineup went into the game west in Marquette, the team that qug poably illunder-dothe
above the ordinary. When a team during the third and part of the defeated Michigan 3-0 on the Wol- gm h ne-os
Depieterdcsv victory ansoeevngolagisit second period, Tompkins, the Wol- vries ~ recent road trip. In spite DPORTABulE
over the Michigan State team Sat- opponent during the same 60 mn- verine goalie, was only called upon of the fact that Marquette alays 7TYPv~WEIRS
urday, the Wolverine fencers have tutes it means that that same team" five times to turn away shots that boasts of an excptionally strong
not yet reached anything approach- has an offense that can be bested the Spartan forwards were able to team, their victory over MichganI We have all makes.
iny the style required to please by few other sextets. get away before being hkalted by the a iwue rbbywud~Rmntn oa~
Coach Johnstone. In the first Such was the result when Mich- excellent play of Michigan's de- have been fts easily gaine~d had the Cooreda, Uneroonse.PrcdpO
match of the season the Michiganr igan's puck team invaded East Lan- fense men. Michigan team not just finishedCloeduofnse. rce$.
team did not look as good as it s ing for a game with the Michi-. All of the newcomers who broke t two gruelling series of two gameso.D M RRL
in th arir otsaais h an State hockey sextet last. Satur- ;into the Wolverine lineup for the 'each with Wisconsin and Minneso- "V
freshmen. j lay afternoon. Superior combina- first time looked, good. Ray Camp-, ta. , 314 South Stte Sc. Phone 6615

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Withnthe cancelation of tnt.
matches with Wisconsin which h,,t
been set for Feb). 15, the Woiverir,
coach will have until Feb. 28 when
they will meet the stronfy Ohio'
Wesleyan fencers to round the+
squad into better shape for tin
stronger competition which can 1):
expected in this match. The mcc-'
will be helm~ in the Inrtramnur-al:
building.
It is quite unlikely* that there will
be any change in the lineup of thn
Wolverine: teajn in the nea irfi i -,-
ture due to the lack of first;Lit 1'-
Miaterial on the "Varsity squad.Cu-
tain Stolpmnan ai . riedrman h
suite of plenty o[ r otig h edges oin
their style gave a satisfactory
enough account of themselves in.
this meet to. retain their positions
as first and second foilsmen.
Schutz, the third man in the foils
for the :Maize and Blue, did not
compete in the State meet because
of an' injury to the third Spartan
fencer in this weapon.
Both Gordon and Scheyer in tVn
sabre showed poom forin aithoug ii;1
possessed of plenty of ax>g ressive-
ness and potential ability. Ini spito
of this, the work of Gordon, on., I
Eof the best men in this weapon iii
the Conference last season, wa~~s
above the general level of the meet.

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c AND
JOSE!PH L. ARNET
208 w. HURON :STREETg
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THE1i STUDENT INN will, serve
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NOTICE-Fletcher Hall will be
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Single rooms $3.50; double rooms
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FOR RENT
FOR RENT-One double and one,
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FOR s~kJp
TOR SALE--Hart Schaffnier Marx
tux; size 38; good condition ; $25.
Pone 3945. 402 E. Jefferson. 1

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Margaret P. Morrow ~
FOR ' ALE-Man's tweed overcoat.
Size 38. Reasonable. Call 200:3
Day Street of Dial 4351. Sex
LOST
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and University High School
lady's jeweled wrist watch with
bracelet. LnGn -e. movement.

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