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IN EAST-WEST MEET

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Swimming

Meet Opens

This Morning

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Conference Title Goes to :Win-.Injury ew eEda n

WILL MEET STAR

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i ner Dorf Meet to be Held
This Morning.
CLOSE MATCH EXPECTED
With the Western Conference
championship at stake the Wolver-.
ine fenc'ers will meet Chicago inI
what is expected to be the hardest
match of the season -within the Bigj
Ten this morning in the Intramu-
ral building. Victory has smiled on
both teams all season in such a!
way that neither will, enter the
match the decided favorite.
Michgian and Chicago defeated'
Illinois, last year's champions, the
former 'by a 9 -to 8 store and theJ
latter by a 10 to 7. This difference
in scores is tbout the only basis
for giving the Maroons a slight t
edge over Michigan, but even this r
is counteracted by the fact that!
Illinois registered more points than e
either Chicago or Michigan in the
two meets.
.F YChicao Strong in Foils.
Heifer, Illinois' conference cham-'
pion foils artist, fell a victim to,
both Captain Stolpman of Michi-
J gan and Sacerdote, Chocago's star
sophomore, and in turn defeated 14
. the number two and three foilsmen i
AL T EN E on both squads. In addition to the ie
fact that the Conference team V
Re wrestling his first year of, championship will, be decided in t
,r Varsity competition, Stein- the meet this morning the bout be- f
counted as one of the most tween Stolpman and Sacerdote
ble men on Coach Keen's should give a good indication of'"
in the East-West meet to- who the next foils titleholder will p
the ex-gridiron star will be be. it
against ,Hammer in the 178 Wallace and Freidman of the Ma- u
1 match. roons showed 'better against the Illi- b
dni than did 'Friedman and Lovell, a
Michigan's other two representa-
tives in the foils. However, the
ng Drill Session Michigan Friedman has shown i
considerable improvement all sea-h
LNSTON, Ill., March 2- Coach son and may offset the apparent ti
:-anley opened spring football advantage the Maroons may haven
ce at Nor'thwestern uxniversi- in this weapon. C
s week with 45 candidates re- lammer is Factor.ti
g for the opening drill. Thita If Hamiper, number two sabre'
er is expected to be boosted man for Michigan, has recovered.
on as basketball practice is from all ill effects of his injury re*.
itinued.
t of the men reporting are ceived at Columbus last week, the
S o aspiretopotionreWolverines will have a decided'
ien who aspire to a position edge over Chicago in this event. =!
.e varsity next fall. Coach. Gordoni, Michigan's number one
y expects to concentrate on man in this weapon, -should have
new mtm in an effdrt to build little difficulty with either of the '
hng reserves for next fall, the. Chicago fencers in this event, al-
- though Goldberg of the Maroons
Purple has a nucleus for a displayed enough ability in the
able first string eleven next Illinois meet to gain him consider-
rut since the freshmen team !ation as a dangerous opponent.
t prove produdtive of much Epee Bouts in Doubles.
ing material the question of A little more uncertainty sur-
s is expected to prove ,a big! rounds the possible outcome of then[2
n again. epee bouts in as much as Michigan2
took only one bout from the Illini
while Chicago won two. Seibert, of
A CORRECTION. Illinois outclassed both the Wol-2
e name df Carl Torell was verine and Maroon fencers that
ted from the list of AMA there is little means of comparing
ers on the "B" basketball the two in today's meet. Doylsett
I printed in Friday morn- anct Koon will represent Michigan
Daily. while Wallace and Sacerdote will
fence for Chicago.
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Sidelines Since First Game

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With I~linbis.1
SMITH NfDE 'MANAGER I
Joe Downing, '31, Frankfort, Ind.,
has been namedcaptain of the 1931j
Varsity basketball team;, it was an-

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nounced yesterday afternoon by
Coach Veenker following the ainu-
I al basketball luncheon of the new
lettermen
Managerial duties will b assum-
.... . ed by Stuart M. Smith; '31, of De- i
troit, who will be assisted by Harry'
Kinney, Harvey 'Rasmussen, Allen
J e .ingGribben, and Edward Yarringon
Joed wning, ddames Bryant was named as a first
Yesterday was elected t6 lead alternate.
Mehigan's Varsity basketball team Downing, the only member of the
through the 1930-1931 season. class of 1931 to win a place on the
Downing is a guard and was play Varsity basketball squad this year,'
ng regular until an injury sustain- was forced out of competition by a
d in the Illinois game forced him knee injury suffered in the Illinois
o the sidelines gamee shortly after he had earned
the regular running guard berth.
rrsgkowski Captures In need of a running guard who
" wouuld fill the shoes of the speedy
High Soring Honors {Danny Rose of a year ago, Veenker
Joe Truskocski ta Ifirsttried Lovell, then Daniels and,
ichigan's kwski, cstar forward on- finally uncovered a suitable com-
shed in fourth place in that fin- bination with Downing at the,
rn Conference ttha ingtele "t-spark plug" berth only to have
Volverines in scoring throughout Downing come down with injury in
he year with 31 goals, and 35 the first Illinois game.
ouls,' for a total of 97 points.
Second to the husky forward was Iowa Awards Blankets
Dutch" Kanitz, 4tith 67 points, re-jto 2 F bal 4 s
resenting 25 baskets and 17 char- 2 FOOtbl tars
ty tosses. Kanitz was not a reg- As a fitting climax to the final
Llar in the strict sense of the word, Ig m
ut alternated with Daniels, Weiss, asketball game of the season Dan
4nd in the early part of the year, Howellpreieto h .F.o
ndth mh y r thy the University of Iowa presented
,ith Orwig. nktst tetyonajr
Bill Orwig brought up third place "I" blankets to twenty-one major
n the scoring list, 10 points be- "I members of the 1929 football
ind Kanitz. Orwig's points were team and to five members of the
he result of 19 goals and the same university athletic department.
umber of tosses from the foul line. Those of the football team to
aptain- Bob Chapman finished receive the blankets were: Westra,
purth- wth 19 baskets and 13 free Thomas, Sansen 'Rogge, Benjamin,
asses to compile a record of 51. Eli, Faroh, Fuhrman, Glassgow,
Fifth in the Wolverines' scoring Hagerty, Higdo Jensvold, Mag-
olumn was'Hank Weiss, who fitted nussen Myers, elson, Pape, Pig-.
ito the Varsity picture in spite of natteli, Reedquist, Roberts, and
s ...nparatively small stature. Mastrogony
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Finals for the Sixth Michigan
Invitational Championship
Slated for Tonight.
COLTS ARE FAVORED
A defending national and mid
west title holder whose team rid
dled by the loss of its stars through'
graduation will probably place an-
other championship on the auction
block this evening when the high,
school stars gather at .7:30 tonight.
for the finals of the Sixth annual.
University of Michigan i-vitati n
al .interscholastic :swimming meet
in the Intramural building poolk
Preliminary events are scheduled
for this morning at 10:30 to give,
the contestants the opportunity of
resting between efforts. The meet
will be in charge of Matt Mann~
Varsity swimming coach, and Karl,
G. Kempf, manager of Interschol-'
astics. -
Colts Favored to Win.
Detroit Northwestern . ranks as
the favorite to take over the team
honors which Highland Park has so
capably retained for the past two
years. The Colts dropped the Po-
lar Bears from the Detroit city
honors last Saturday and have
showed well balanced scoring pow-
er. Northern, runnerup in the city
meet a week ago. is conceded a fair
chance to outscore Northwestern.'
Whereas in the 'past the perfor-
mances clocked in all events have
either shattered existing national"
interscholastic records or closely'.
approximated these times this'
years list of entries seem stranger
ly over-balanced with first rate
performers in the free style events
while in other events, competition
does not promise so mtch in the
way of record breaking perform
antes.

Ray Parker,
Wolverine 168 pounder who will,
be counted upon heavily tonight in
the meet to decide the third place
winner in Conference wrestling.,
Parker will. go to the mat against

Captain Mathias of the Badgers. Ballard May Repeat.
, -Bud Ballard, of Detroit Northern.
SPORTS CALENDAR FOR and recordholder in the 50 and 100.
SATURDAY Iyard free style events will be fa-
3AURAYvored to retain his crowns in these.
Fencing: Chicago, here (a.m.) numbers though Cannon of Syra
Wrestling: East-West Meet with duse, N. Y., and Oliver of 'Nosth-
IWi onsin, nhere he western should push the lanky Es-
Svimming: Interscholastic, here. kimo star to a new record in his
Track: Indoor Conference meet, Idefense of the honors gained a
at Minneapolis. (Continued on Page 7)
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to figure out the need of a new
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Topcoat
from Fiegel's
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counts.
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Suits $35
with Two Trousers for
Good Measure

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After luncheon-ra cigar, a moment's ease. For the first time in
that busy day the executive notices that his feet, shod in
Friendly Five Shoes, look particularly smart and comfortae.
And he smiles as he remembers the satisfaction he got when he
pocketed five dollars change from a ten 'when he bought the
shoes.

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