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March 04, 1930 - Image 6

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Hockey Increases in Popularityl
as Coach Lowrey Develops s:. Winnng Otfit
With the firstundisputed Western
Conference' puck championsghip,
whch ev~ fell to the lot of a, Wol -
verine puck, team safely written in-
to the books, Coach Eddie Lowrey's
Varsity hockey combine can- look.
back over a season which has ::.
definitely established Michigan as ,:;;':;
on of the strongholds of -intercol- ~ ~
legiate puckdoni. ,...
The fame of the Maize and, Blue 1 U}l '
clad stickhandlers has in thea past
been of very meagre sorts and. it is
not hard to count the years in h '
which Michigan. has occupied the
cellar position in the conference
Ifad ,Long Sehedie.
A schedule which called for then


Scoring slams in the mile and It~I I AIMENI For the second time this year ;. I TNL SAI~ ~ t
the pole vault, the Illinois yearling l___ Coach Sauers' freshman wrestling " \ >*,
trak qud efatd he Wolver ine Favored to Defeat( squad has invaded the domain of i. icorou,,wi ,mrs Ppe
lie freshman 4$-42 in a close tele-Wlene
graphic meet held lasht Friday. The: Strong Wisconsin Squad th Varsity reserves and returned! fo, Coming Conference
'Illini frosh turned in exceptionally o slr.I with their scalps. Saturday the <JTitle Meet
:fast time for the mile event win-i 1_ yearlings amassed a score of 22 1-2 "_
nWing all three laces with a first LS O ILN I E Mpit and hedtereevst DEFEAT :NORTHIWESTERN
place time of 4:34.6. Michigan s_______
best events were. in the, shot Wtphergut:ul et1712 in enbuRmthatte1eturning from a!successful -rip
pu th h euarda e!Intramural buildings.
and the high hurdles, scoring slams. w otsiIh 150xto Chicago over the Wee1-e,
in both of these events. Ischedule of the eastern division Tobusinte15pond class : .
+Eknovich and Egleston starred completed and Michigan safely wer cls1hnM~lir o ochMt ansVriysi
fo oc otssud tefre ogdi ecn lcCah~l~a time advantage from Swigart,>< mers will settle down to two wee s
fo Cahfir ssud h omrIlde in thed ace oahClf one of the most promising yearlings , of intensive training for the Con-
getting-afrtith 440,a second. Keen is turning his attentions this1 and Benette and Malewitz grap-(6 ference meet. scheduled for March
in the high jump and a third in'I week to defeating Wisconsin in the pled to a draw. Hilliwell, another overanor5thEastnon Fr iaywa
tebra;jm.Eletnsre East-West riheet slated forthis Sat- Iof Suer's crew; defeated Dunstan ;oofNothe the curenankas
two wns in both of the hurdle, with a time advantage of several j the high lightoftecrntak
events. According to Coach Hoyt urday. 'esnt ae hl h ost h
minutes, i4 the 125 pound division.) ":?; ..'strsongto.da.eA.hiaggegasstowas
the yearlings appear best in the I ini gown Badgers. Stalker, one of the best fresh- stog .A-..grgto a
60 yard dash, the 65 yard high huir- The -Badgers were nosed out of men in the 135 weight that has' not entirely unexpected.
dies and in the 440, fast times be- frst honors. in the other side of the been ot this year, won his match; ,. Medley Decides.=
ing_ turned in for each of theseI BigTeibIliosiaho171bygtngaflrmAdronBts meets were not decided u-
evns h umre olf. meet in which every match was a I Larson however, evened up the til the final event, the mdley re-
44 ard run -- First, Eknovich battle. They have severl men on( honors in this class by taking a falli lay, and each contributed many
I(M) ; second, Seijba, (I); third, Guy trlst h ptos ihgn
'(I). Time :52.their team who have battled to na- out of the freshman, Honer. I . txll oth pcar. ih"a'
Mile run-First, Reasoner (I) :tional reputations, and the Wolver-)~ Alimo added to the yearlin score, relay quartetesblhditlfa
ines shou.ld find plenty of competi- I by winning a fall from Barnes ini the best ever to represent the Maie
ecn Carsn()thrG ldtion from them when the two' the 145 pound tussle, while Wilson ~ and Bue. The team of Walker,
(I). Time 4:36.5. squads tangle in the Intramural also helped with his long' time ad -;. Walaitis, Smith, and Hosmer
Two mile run-First, Reasoner t~vnaeoe gesa 5 smashed the world's 160-yard rec-
(I); second, Woolsey (1); thir,.BuCiefdion weWsc.nhi-favorite Loses. ord of 1:14 on Friday night by ne.-
Howell (M). Time 10:07. inanies is a heavyweight contender! The surprise of the meet came. gotiating, the distance in 1:13 Z-&~
Shoapt-irtGodsitensen .., who as a sopho- when Wyokuski, the most favoredI This same team further reduced
second, Seiffert (M)}; third, Dai ;mr last year lost but tw~o matches( man on the yearling squad. lost a'; the standard t 1:13 on Saturday
M.Dsac 0ft - nhs in a long schedule. Ed George de- ( time advantage to Powers in the night but this will not be ofical
Broad jump - First, McDonald 1 feated the. Badger star in the finals 1 165 weight. Oehmann was the third Bill rwig, due to a faulty start.
(I) ; second, Helfrick (I) ; third, fteNtoa .A .tun-o leSurcahdce own, akrSas
iP Eknovich (M). Distance 22 feet. othNainlAA.1.tun-fteSurcahdcewown Capable gard of the MichiganWlerSas
le HgmupFisMyrn();qitt, and McCready, National In- by a fall when he took Richardson .ThmelyeayrcatNr-
.e Hg upFrt ees tercollegiate champion won a to the mat in the penin minutes unet h laydhst ingame1 western will stand as a. climax to a
,eI second, Eknovich (M) ; third, Bar- match from him.'P his season of their nmatch in the 175 pound with the Maize and Blue lat itte Illitterly contested meet. Dick
on()Hegt5 ft. 10l 1-2 inches.)wnsnhs beengonweladdiso.Th heavy-weiht hon- aantPru' Boilermakers. He4 Hinch, Purple back, stroer, san
iroe auteihtB er();s- Swne on el n iiin h insIudestefrt10 ad n10. og
Pol valt~Firt, ake (I; sc-Wisconsin hopes that he will be ors went to the reserves by a fall,1 also was one of the best scorers on i anefis10 yardsdin Va1:02 .6o ai
ond, Sehlansker (I); third, Barronal ogi oho h ilsh Rouston over Baus. This was one' the Wolverine team.. ieyr edo aetn,0
(I). Height 11 ft. 4 inches. missed last year. o the upsets of the meet as Bausi _____ ________ Goldsmith managed to pic~ up'ia
12 60 yard dash-First, Hitt (M);,me ovsT has loomed as one of the best yea yard on Petersen in the next 100
second, Lamb ((M) ; Hrmx ~o thiud, Erving P Yrs Te o akrsae
!s () ie:66 Hammer wrestles for the Bad- ;lings ever developed.i HOCKEY STANDINGS ~ ad.Te o akrsae
(I).inth 78clssilhugeh Cac:aur6xpese.te ac: -his long-to-be remembered ┬░finish,
65 yard high hurdles - First;js, ite18casathuhh oc aerepesdtefc
Eesn (); scn, afeewon the Conference title at 153 that even togh his aggregation: Teaii W L~ T Pet. scorng 'toeat Covoad.bynth3
(M) ; third, Roth (M). Time :$8.6.1pouinds last year. Captain Mathias.wn h mth hy hwe ICHIIGAN....4 2 a 661tuh i e~rnnei 1 h
rin the 168 pound division is known iweakness in the fundamentals that; I isconsin ..... .. 4 3 1. .511ituh s~proxncisalth
ton (Mard son udle-FastkEer s-MIas one of the. best in the Big Ten. wl ecrrceInte etwemoyii ya2 8 ~re remarkable when it is cosi4-l
t to () ecnd ee:0.8(Ma (Continued on Page 7) adpatc.(ot~n nPg y
11 third Erving (1). Time :078.___(oni-d-nPae7


Marquette was one of four teams1 EKS PR-CLNA
over a wide section of the country Friday.
that turned State back in defeat. Track - Indoor Conference
Syracuse was the first to accom- meet at Minneapolis.I
plish the feat, early in the season, Saturday. ┬░
and the -only team to win from Trc -InorCfene
State on the home floor. Bethany meet at Minneapolis.
and Notre Dame were other teams Wrestling-Wisconsin, here.
to. gain victories over State but Fencing-Chicag, here.
honors were divided as they were Swimming - Interscholastic .
with Marquette by State taking the meet, here.
home games with these opponents.
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