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February 21, 1930 - Image 6

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_FRIDAY, l;ThBR U AR 21, 1930-




Michigan Skaters Have Good
Chance for Big Teti
Revenge bent 'Gopher bladesmen
~will plan a turnabout this even-
ing in the Coliseum when Coact
Eddie Lowrey's Varsity puckster.
take the ice against Minnesota'E
,hard fighting sextette.
The men from Minneapolis, with
four defeats written into their 193C
Conference puck records, are vir-
tually out of the fight for cham-
pionship honors but are expected
t& be ready to push the Wolverines
gl the way with an eye to climb-
ing into second place.
Wolves Must Win Both.
Michigan, down one game in the,
quest of top rung honors faces the
yery impressive task of emerging
on the negotiable end of the scor-
king this evening as well as tomor-
,row in order to remain within hail-
ang distance of the leading Wis-
consin team when the Badgers step
into Ann Arbor a week from to-
All Wolverine rchances for titular
consideration are based on the
chances of a dual win over the
Gophers and then a similar white-
wash to ble applied to Johnny Far-
quhar's Badgers.
Joseph Out of Game.
Advantage of play on the home
ice should count heavily in, favor
of the Wolverines who were ser-
,iously handicapped by the inten-
Sity of the cold in their series at
Minneapolis with, the .Coach Emile
Iverson's sextette. However this
advantage should be offset by the
loss of Gabe Joseph, veteran wing,,
whose play was the feature- of thel
early season play of the. Wolver-
ines. This loss especially hits the.
Miehigan roster for a lack. of ca-
pable spares has been the main-
weakness of the Wolverine puck.
This will send Tommy Courtis tot
the vacated forward berth to pair
with Slim Nygord in the wing posi-
tions. Bill Lengen will go to center
ice, with the veteran duo of Cp-




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j NewsWith only one more weUk of
practice facing it before the season!P a e Fo rh i
ends, Coach Fisher's freshman bas- Placed Fourth in QuadrangularCoach Maim tG Take Eighteen group of 18 men including several
A aN r ar etball team went through its regu- Meet With Ohio, Wisconsin Men to. Detroit to Swim in freshman swimmers to Detroit this
scheduled to get under way Satur-l pyy Stcee Meet Tonight. gaA.A. U.medtto be held in tht
day morning at which time eighrt Yost Field house.aDetroit . M C.Apoolat 8 o'elo
matches are scheduled. At nine Although no games were playedC
)'lc ormthsgtudrwt n em u.m 'COUNT IN FOUR EVENTS; INCLUDED TeTl: VENTS' tonight. This meet will 'include
r'clbek four matches get under+ with any teams but the Varsity to hminhpeet;tes
ray, namely Kusin vs. Mills, Raw- and Varsity 'reserves, the yearling Although Chicagro trackmen Mitwcmn's Vapsty swimming o5apinship events; the sn-
Benedi t vs. Lhevinne. At 10:00 cage season must be considered a failed to display the strength ex- Itea waled away with' another r 100 yard free style. Two open
I'lle aa events will be run ff as well; the
four more matehes are scheduled: success because of the develop- mected of theth in a recnts iuadve-/eling victory Wednesday
ranglarmee wit Wiconin. ) ~verhelmng ictry Wdneday100 yard breast stroke and the 200
Penn vs. Yates, Hirsch vs. Fleer, ment of several proisming stars Northwestern, and Ohio State, night, when they swamped the yard relay. Coach Mann has en
vs Kern, Brace vs. Pat- for next year's Varsity quintet. Sev- Coach Steve Farrell is not takin Mcrign State natators under the tered men in eachof these swims
engi-ll. our matches take placeeral players especially were out- the invasion of the Maroons this score-of 5-18. The Wolverines won Walker Favored in 50
at 11.:00: Gage vs. Swanson, Davis standing for the freshmanEve- Saturday night lightly but on the .%every..rat la is wthee,but the Walker, Walaitas, Smith, Hos-
vs. WillHias, Dorsey vs. Wordenn e tray i x hting a rather mdyry team was disqualifedE
Nelson vs. Fisk.. Three matches land, Shaw, and Altenhoff all ap- close miext after it had n-irhed far ahead' of ara harescedledto
take place at 1:00: Sherman vs. pearing to be above the average. In the four-sided meet at Evans- ."° the Spartan trio. Every record of frticipyte nhe ior 50 yar
Woodward, Dusenbowery vs. King, Eveland, to all appearances, was ton the Chicago trackmen placedWM the East Lansing pool was shatter- falker, a veteranMpichigan letter.
zthvs e'ndl hadanxdbted in this meet. WleavtrnMcia etr
Zutshi vs. nwdeoa. nthe star of the yearling cage squad. a weak fourth and annexed ut L t n will take a man, is considered one of the fast-
Second round Faculty ball amesHis fast and shifty floor work plus one first place when Letts, who LLISCk (Continued on Page 7)
echedud Frut hagnoon his excellent shiootin and deek p has been a strong factor for the Mound star of the Cleveland In- -i-
are scheduled for this afternoon.his excell nt shoo ing-and defen - Maroons for three seasons, won the dians, who has returned his 1930 ,I li flimll uilN11l111llilll11
The Engineers meet the Scientists sive abilities, marks him as a real mile run in the somewhat slow contract unsigned. In making
at 4:15. This is the second meet- player and one who is bountd to time of 4:33.7. Aside from the one himself a member of the holdout
ing of these two teams, the Engi- make a place for himself on next and two mile relays, in which the i class Hudlin joins his teammate,
wnni tn he rmate two year's regular five. In all of the Chicago trackmen won fourth and Wesley Ferrell, who also desires =
.irsecond places respectively, they more money. Both hurlers have
expecting to tie the series up. Cap- games in which the freshmen ap- placed in only two- other events. been offered substantial increases
tain Potts of the Engineers has Jot- peared against the Varsity combi- weaver, who is one of the out- by the club, but neither is as yet no vwssd, dg t trh n-go m o m
ter, Mathews, Mitchell, Bleckman;, nation Eveland was a marked man,I standing shot-putters in the Con-!willing to come to terms.
Barnum, Heaps, Swinton, Liddi- but in every instance he starred ference, took second place in this
coat, Olmnstead, Jensen, Sherzer,E for Coach Fisher's team, either event while his teammate, M11' il ar- Coach Kipke Starts W pring
Morrison, and Kendall on his squad. outplaying, o holding his Varsity lacker was forced into fourth po-,
Captain Groves of the Scientists opponent even. sition in the two mile run. How- Winter Grid Drills S itings by
y, Myer, C , Two successful guards were de- ever, Weaver is capable of heaving
pine, Eaton, Adams, Prophet, veloped during the season, both the shot consistently over 45 feet Coach Harry Kipke started his
Hodges, and Collian to help him. Shaw and Altenhoff showing con- and should prove one of the big- drive toward a Conference gridiron
HAND BALL siderable ability against the Var- gest stumbling blocks in the way title for next season yesterday af-
When Charles Axinn defeated sity forwards. Altenhoff was one! of a' Wolverine victory Saturday ternoon when he ordered his first .N,
Joe Navarre in handball Wednes- of the backfield stars of Coach Tad night. winter football practice. Over 100! . LONON
day night he decidedly upset the Wieman's better than average One other Maroon who will hopeful grid wariors reported to=
would go through to the finals and IPhysical Edcation football team probably give the Michigan cinder the Intramural gymnasium min e- '
wouly throug tote bnl anth this fall. path artists plenty of trouble in sponse to Coach Kipke's invitation
prbaby eet Jones, bt Aith Teaming with Eveland at the the coming meet although he failed and started work to condition them Now on DAsplay
the uexpected vico ofAxinaforward posts on the yearling quin- to place in the Evanston affair is for a hard campaign next fall.
new situation has developed. ntet was Baldwin, another player Captain Root who until this season All football men who are out for[
mAs a result of his victory, Axinn who appears to be headed for the has been a formidable sprinter. some other sport have been asked
meets his doubles partner, Fried- Varsity combination. Manuel, at Hayden, who placed second in the to report to this class which will
manitinctheinlower bracketa Hhydee, ho t
Jones and Wheeler are fighting le[center, was the other member of! Conference meet last season, was meet about three times a week un-
out in the top bracket. Wiheeler the freshman team, and upon sev- handicapped by an injured leg but [til the players can get outside for
dropped one game to Jones 21 to [ ral occasions he showed good form it is expected to be in better con- spring practice. !O-- .
20 but was forced to extend the n the practice games. dition against Michigan. Coach Kipke will work with the
match another day when. he in- The team as a whole was of a! forward passers during these drills UPmdSTAS AT 30$ S. STATE
jured. his leg. ! high calibre. In all of its games CHICAGO-Daniel J. Lamont, di- as well as look over his material for
T against Coach Veenker's regulars rector of. athletics at Loyola, has next teason. The added condition -
Two matches are left inwte1al
.ctor owhic the erlytdillslwllp - -
campus doubles, Jones-Navarre it showed an ability and a fighting resigned to become head line coach i
meeting Friedman and Axinn while spirit that extended the Varsity to for Jimmy Phelan at the Univer- vide will be of great value when
Collins-Engleman tie up with the utmost to gain the decisions. sity of Washington. the men get outside he believes.
Gorelick and Gretch. --

tain Bryant and Hart at defense-
posts. The capable sophomore DALLAS, Texas-Leon See, man-
goalie, Tompkins, will take over[ ager for Primo Carnera, 279 pound
the duties as goalie. Italian mauler, has expressed the
Art Schlanderer, .the only spare! hope that Jack Dempsey would at-
available on the Michigan squadj tempt a comeback next summer
(Ccrntinued on Page ) .[:against Carmera.

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