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BIRG LEAGUE HOKEY THIS IMIEA____ UIK/DNAN
____rookie hockey crop last year by theI stes of his~ older brother by be- j ~1-
Lowly Windy City Quintet Ses dion o tey. laue al ofes- menin 1 Hkth hpglghso
signo he.Neatieonaluchomes- teQ toin a Hockey oeague. mp11g1htaquOfte Hockey' Mchigani 'B' Team Suffers Ba '515to13.
to. Climb From Big Nine, as "Cooney" Wieland, Dave Trot- Jack on; a ammllate of Conach- i Sextets Will Clash in Beating at Hands of City In the
Cella Position.j tier, Andy Blair, and "Red" Harner'Ijqr's on the Marlboros, a Toronto) SericisFinale. ColgeQii 1.Iagainlstt
not much was to be expected in theI team, combines with him to make i sMichitan
DEETDTREIway f new material to the league the duo the finest pair of players TO PISPOVSSA OVEIE MDEDEpo ichga
_______ ~h*E' IM Sduring the present campaign,. Piced tip this rcasofl from thejT M KN PO E-TR 'rEIF.S Cl a]~ att ld-
Fv Wovrn caesfihig A surprise was in store for the rank and file of antur hockey..-
for consideration in Western Con-clbonrhwvwenti Wilcox has eninhed a position on! Marquette's brilliant hockey teams With but one practice session inthDtr
year's group of hockey newcomers th Mntea Maroons, being used will furnish Coach Eddie Lowry's twhc opthu h ekess utes, the
ference title rankings will attempt 'closely rivaled, or even excelled, Ias a sparefoeierfthrg- Varsity pucksters with1 plenty of il opthu lewan~ hi p
to push a down-trodden Chicagoi that of the previous season. The as eoo o ihr fteyg-wokti vnn when the tw, f their attack apparent in the one ral shot
quintet further into the cellar to-I Toronto Maple Leafs camne through I a .isa~fft ll tnm eern hethrdclshb sided beating admini,Cercd them by ?lopsided
igtwethtwtem mxonwt tofnsithdicvyofpyi of note. r tween the men of the Golden Tor-j the Detroit City colege ager on After1
the Maroon floor. Chicag, without Cale Cnce n av aoadU az ~ leo Wednesday night, the Wolverine! Michigan
a win to its credit in Big Nine cor- IJackson; Montreal found two po- Detroit ha been luicky in two in-.. Junior Varsity five will meet the ;selves ai
petition this year, is staging a neck i ilsasi ly otnt stances, two phyer3 having~ been; the ice this year.Athleti
ndncbatewith Minnesota. fr tentia trsihlodNRt ',bogh tptoliaorcmpnyfom;The iaea of Milwmakcee played tron Cailc lb'emduring t
and neck battle ~~~~~~~and Archie Wilcox; Ottawa was abroughoclokupdiltotoniajoAhleiccorCubpatamyldfrotme
the last place in the percent tables, retehteto urrie in teprthOlmics, 'utryoit's cnitry in the host to Michigan a wee: ago whilo.... a :0ooktpgti ot il et o
while Michigan, with two defeats soso.Hrl .Saran l Inteiflabional Hockey circuit. Eb, the second game of the series saw Inth fr.am houcye.r be cah1nd
sonsof°HarldStar an Wtoyandthretwis, s iruggingtohet'a, In W thedflfirsth lgame ju-thistw year anbe-inlas nihtan+
an he is ssrgln ogtKireawhile Bud Jarvis of Pitts- i cdelw h ~ h n- r. ~ na g. . tween the Wolverin B" team and jorrella
nearer the top burgh and Heximer of the Rang- ior league in points last season by feature at the Coliseum. thyailccuteJno-a-aic
laying the brand of basketball ers were b10h far above the rdin- a I slight majority oci Ken Dora- i~lrrtie FAvoxed. y4sty wn a close victory and have ;the Woh
which they did against Indiana, ary player just breaking in. ty of Toron to, has proved that he Pr-game doping establishes the not gone so well since. The De-; Evans
Coach Veenker'.sroteges should 'Toronto fared esecially well ini cap able of gting then against Maquette skaters as favorites but: Bill Mct tli Cot teams most recent conglest1Detroiter
ri1?. YisNwledr ttelol
have little difficulty in puttinzg the acquirring the services of Conachr N ationai league golies just as ( the Wolverines have buit strong NwlaeotheolyBoo was at the expense of the Kain-,andl one
Maroons away, but if they show the and Jackson. Conacher, the young- I much as he was in the smaller hopes and with the return of their i Braves, who has had iare success mazoo Y. M. . A. five by a 34 to, for a tot
~~~1-.111listless form which marred the r broth-er of the famous Lionel J league. Detroit's other newcomer able defensive star and. captain to a 1s the pilot of the Pittsburgh 2 cr.Ti iemri a s ia
M i n s t a e t e o t oe y bC 124r f rsers r c o ni ecaof orte O l.pc ,TaheiRsk h e l n e p, iit eees o fmap a nr ga ciad t hn$. Lw adCr d n a s j n e i 1-s ta t e ior ivat elw s r
be~enirey iffret.oneofhoceys-leading starssh owZ I burn, .While riot eis brill nt a play- IBryant, hope to turn aside the i only to be cut loos.Y by both clubs gamiethe score aat tt Half b ingals
Chicago in Cellar. er as Goodellow, wiho is righ anj thrusts of the visitors ltrwinngte- --' Iegu
'Three straight defeats, the last Carson Cooers ieacls for the lead i The chief difficulty facing Mihi- championships.
one at the hands of Northwestern e'teri an Sluger Goes ini Cougar scoing, is neverthcless a gani seems to be the planning of a --'
When. the Wildcats invaded thenIt Y nes ijWavr finis hecl player and has earned his cold storage structur'e in which to .r° IG C P R
Chicago stronghold to emerge with ____spurc, in El ie g leal~ue luring his 1enclosek the rampaging Calgary !h~r~~cir~e
a 37-17 victory have pushed the (fly Assocated rr .W first season OthL^ players were jMacs, the Aill-Amneican duo of Mac ~ r1'ji
To smash what hopes the Ma- fielder, w s claimed tosiy by the I of them has made the success of; nets have been productive of many shoin cniiti~ ed of a ightC
coons have left, Michigan will send 4New Yrk Yankees- on waivers from himself tha t has charac terized the Ic501. Iscrmaebtentotaso
a team into the game which was the Boston Red Sox work o1 these two oysi Tojjlijjs StarXs.I first year -sen. Cach Raly Fisher
dpped to be one of the~ strongest inI Williams spent nine years wihi- --- - One of the features. of the, most' devote d the session iainy to anS
the Big Nine this year. Defending the St Louis Browns before beinb rcn perne fCahEdeatmtt orc h ao olAheisShdl
title won during the 1929 season, sold to the Red Sox after ithe 192 ltis chduew3rescbap earanc entah Ee atte mplo-orctte ao fut
tLherey's combine has beenthennt-'-brought out in the scrimmage with
the olveir~swon rom ie season. The 37-year~old veteran; Inter-Lea ,ue' Conte ss lar work of th-e sophomore Mich-IteVriyWdedy
sota only to lose two games to Pur- -cannot be expected- to make a lace' i- gnga ak dpis. Ts the firsteriosd a inh
pue gaIlns efr itn herfrhm el nteY neeotilto a ie , ar kTmkha s .suceeed ia n t e frt pro ta15 h
predicted stride against Indian~a. but probably will be useful as a CmIAGOJan 30a-The sVasityreglarsthesyeopingtea
Minstlutn pa neirpnihte.major leagues will have plenty o aigmn estoa tp of seemed at a -loss to get in a pos-
-same, slowed the Wolves down W1e is a long' dstrance left-hand opotniyfraoiewrl is leditpe a scoe p ctac ibularso. toae shots at the basket.
agoa, and with comparative scores # batsm en, and the right field blah- debate as to thir superorty tsliaret lst scoredst hissbig(brogue ll Coachoak Fisher attributed this to hos- 14
Ispring. They wll clash in 82 Mrqete-las! en te iotnrbfrsltig ote al
showing the Gophers to be aj ers at the Yankee stadium offer an te-egeehbiingms, string lineup against the fast mov- iaigbfr etn otebl.
stronger outfit than Chicago , Mich-'niig target. toer peigfheirhion- ingWamies thisevenngbut The two forwards, Eveland and Pe-
igan should comne home with four --------_-_sngoft__e__champin- " inteps hesse f osattri, who played the entire game
wins and two losses. ls h e wolds.capi n 15. ysifstoese otiud at lyagainst the Varsity, were drilled on
Fish Leads Scorers. SIG NINE STANDINGS. Tewrdscapo hldl sit oisr otne atpa shooting fast, with the result that AllDa , o
Marshall Fish at guard is the i - iphia Athletics lead as in 1929 with ;seems to 'be in order. Coach Low- Evladsuceddindopigrh
scoring ace for the Maroons, and to IWarr Lost Pet. 23 games with teams from the Fery will sathsrglrta ball through the basket with sur-
wntegmbynymriCoc Pude....2 0 100senior circuit, while the Chicago which has carired the brunt all the ping regularity.
Veenker will have to stop him. IWisconsin."......4 1 800j White Sox come next with 17 all y' LNEP Manuel has worked at the pivot
AgaiA t Northwestern he accounted a Illinois.....2 1 with the New York. G01ants. 'The !TEIIEUSIIG position for the freshmen in both
for 10 of the 17 points his team! MICHIGAN ......3 2 601 Athletics have seven games sched-I Michigan frs marqu~t~c ci
scored. Capitain I-arry Changnron INrthw',' in .. ..3 2 600o ued with the Philllms two in AIor- jTomp ins.......G....... Schultz' I replaced by Altenlhof and Tessmer°
at forward is a fast player, but does'i Indiana . ...,..... 2 2 .500; ida and f ve in Pil delphia. Theyf Bryant (c ...... LD H1. MFayden! at th1e gurd posts. This combia- j
not possess any great eye for the l Ohio State .:..,.1 2 .333 also encountcr the St. Louis Cardi- !Bart........1..D.. ". I anmski tol with Eveland and Petrie onl- AF
basket. Chicago.....0 3 .00nD nforOmDDh Bso agn....CDMcadn(c tinning at forward, Outclassed the 1 'Opposite Michigan TheaterO
Coach Veenker will send his five Minnesota.......0q 4 .000 (Braves in six, Brooklyn in two and Josephl......... LW . , MacKenzie; Varsity subs to win in the final per- I
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r game Wednesday night- -
the City college five, the'
icagers wore victims of a
ghted floor and their own
ieadedness. After 'holding
niters scoreless for 12 mid-
'"team blew up after-?
ponents had dropped sev-"
s and lost the gam~3e by a..-;
29 to 9 score.
the first 12 minutes the
icagers overplayed them- '
idl failed to get organized
he remainder of the con-
nnette, Hole, and Coombe T
ima god to score one field 44
i Justice, Weinstein a cd,t L
all sank one free throws
ocomplete the scoring of"~
erines for the. evening,
led the scoring for tho
's by sinking five hldl goas
counter from the-foul line.
Ua of 11 points. Hils near-
lfor high scoring honors
one, who made four field
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