T1UESDAY , FERUARY 25, 1930
TO FACE WILDCATS
Michigan Natators Will Meet
THE M I C H I-C A N"DA I Y PAGE 8Nv
SCOTT CAPT AINS YALE POLOISTS
BOTH TEAMS UNBEATEN
According to Coach Matt Mann
there will be no let up in swimming
practice for the entire week, with
the Varsity working overtime in
preparation for the crucial meet of
the season. The Wolverines are
scheduled to encounter the mighty
Northwestern aggregation of nata-
tors at Evanston on Priday, and are
anticipating the hardest fought
Conference nieet of the season.
Northwestern has an imposing
array of swimmiters in almost every
event and with several impressive
victories woi in competition thus
far, the Wildcats are out to win over
the Conference champions.
Have Won Two.
The Maize and Blue swimmers
have won two Big Ten meets in
their race to retain the Western
Conference title. Indiana and Min-
nesota have both bowed in defeat
before the Michigan team this sea-
son. The Gophers met the Wolver-
ines last Saturday in the Intra-
mural pool anid lost the 'contest,
The Minnesota natators took on-,
ly one first place, as Coach Matt
Mann's proteges turned in a fine
exhibition of swimming, although
not hard pressed throughout the,
meet. Frank Walaitis again took
high scoring honors by annexing
first place in the diving, second in
the 50 yard free style, and swim-
ming on the winning free style re-
Set New Record.
A new record for the Intramural
pool was set by the 200 yard relay
team when the quartet covered the
distance in 1:36, one-fifth of a sec-
ond slower than the .national in-
tercollegiate record for this event.
The team was composed of Smith,
Walker,'Walaitis and Hosmer.
Bob Goldsmith took first honors
in the 200 yard breast stroke. Bob
Walker took the 50 yard free style
with little difficulty, and Smith won
the century free style event
Lose to Indiana, 14-12
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upheld his reputation by defeating
Ross with an advantage of 9 min-
utes and 30 seconds while Parker
had six minutes over 'his opponent,
The feature bout of the evening
proved to be between Al Steinke
and Indiana's Olympic wrestler,
Captain Scott. Furious battling on
both sides failed to reach a deci-
sion, although at the end of the
match Steinke had a small time
advantage. This was too small to
win, however, and the referee, Bar-
ker, a former Michigan coach, de-
cided it a draw.
With the score 11-12 in Michi-
gan's favor, Auer battled Unger to
a draw through two exciting over-
Associatc !ress Photo
This year's captainship of the blue polo team has fallen to Hardie
Scott of Strafford, Pa., the riding star of last year.
Cagers Rest Following Wolverine Sextet Off
Vitory Over Hoosiers 'Form in Gopher Series
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the corner of the court. Two field capable of in the past.
goals by Stickland and one by Vel- Bill Langen who is holding down
ler, guard, 0completed the scoring the center position is still showing
from the floor by the Indiana five. up well individually but fails to
Daniels played his best game of contribute to the team play which
the season against the Ioosiers, is necessary to the success of a
scoring four field goals and one i team against the type of opposi-
free throw, to lead his team-mates tion which Wisconsin will furnish.
in scoring honors for the game. Al- At the defense posts Sammy HartI
though the Wolverines have appar- is playing the best game of his
ently found their stride too =late to career and adds much to the of-
gain the title this season, the show- fense as well as turning a consis-
ing of Daniels and Weiss in the tent performance back of the cen-
last two games have considerably ter .line. Captain "Doc" Bryant:
relieved the gloomy outlook for the has so far this season failed to
prospects next year. show the same ability which .has
No particular Wolverine showed marked his play in past cam-
to unusual advantage on the fe- paigns and has failed to a sacri-
fense inasmuch as the quintet fice of much of the punch which
functioned in this department like might otherwise be present in the
a well-oiled machine with all of makeup of a team which is able to
the parts bearing their responsi- show five capable puck carriers.-
qu eciency. The performances of Tompkins
at goalie have shown constant im-
Perkins to Help Coach provement over the course of the,
season and the play of the Varsityl
I ichigan 'Tennis Team Ikeeper of the nets is held to be on
(Continued From Page 6) a par with the best in the Confer-
probably be paired down to 15- be- _______________
fore the team takes to the outdo or~
Only two letter winners; Captain _______
Hammer and Bob Beal, are avail- Tonight.#
able from last year's Conference Basketball-.TChiago, h er.
championship tean. However last Thursday.
year's strong reserve strength and
freshian squad should offer much Track - Triangular meet,
in the way of material out of State, Western State Normal,
which another contender may be here.
moulded. Nelson, D u s e n b u r y, Hpckey-Wisconsin, here.
Swanson, Marsh, Richelson, Penn, Friday.
and Freer return from last year's Swimming - Northwestern,
reserve combination. there.
Most promising of the powerful Fencing-Ohio Wesleyan, here.
freshman net contingent of a year Saturday.
ago qre John Reindel, Fred Brace, Hockey-Wisconsin, here.
Bob Clarke, Rollin Clark, and 0ol- Basketball-Illinois, there.
by Ryan, who will begin theii Swimming-Chicago A. A. at
diive for Varsity net consideration' Northwestern.
are Field, Davis, Pandell, Dickin- Fencing-Ohio State, there.
son, Gage, and Kusin.
Improvements Still Necessary
Before Team Can Take:
Big Ten- Title.
STOLPMAN SHOWS WELL
At once. pleased with the upset
( of the Western Conference fencing
champions accomplished by the
Michigan swordsmen last Saturday
ind yet refusing to acknowledge
that the Wolverines have yet reach-
ed the perfection necessary to win
the Conference title, Coach John-
stone sent his charges through a
strenuous workout yesterday after-
In the matter of points as well
1 as bouts the match with the Illi-
inois fencers was exceptionally close,
with most of the bouts in fli
foils and sabre being won by five
to three or four points. Atnough
Captain 4tolpman gave indications
of possessing possibilities of win-J
ning the Conference title in the
foils by his close victory over Haier,
the present champion, the other
two Wolverine foil men were de-,
feated by the champion.
Gordon also proved stronger than
was expected by winning both ofJ
his bouts in the sabre, one of them.
being against the present title hold-
Ie and likewise indicating that the
Wolveines had the leading candi-
date for this year's Conference
championship in this event. Ham-
mer, with his startling upset of the
champion, showed ability that
shoul& carry him a long ways in
the all-conference meet.
The greatest weakness on the
Wolverine team was in the epee in
Iwhich they were forced to drop
three ofthe four matches. Dow-
set and Koon both fenced in good
form but were nonetheless outstyled
by Seibert of the Hoosiers.
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in the race to get into the playffs
of the International Hockey league
when the two teams tied, 3-3, be-
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BELIEVE IT OR NOT.
When Clarence Levis, goalie for
Xi Psi Phi hockey team, scored a
goal in last night's fray against
Delta Alpha Epsilon, it gave Ripley
a new subject to write about. Levis
took possession of the puck near
his own defense line and zig-zag-
ging through the surprised opposi-
tion, placed it cleanly in the nets.
Xi Psi Phi played fine hockey to'
take the contest, 15 to 0. 4
Xi Psi Phi is leading the National:
league, Theta Chi is leading the
American league, Rangers are lead-
ing the Federal league, Psi Upsilon
and Les Canadians are tied for the
lead in the Canadian league.
MILLER IS LEADER.
Walter Miller of Highland Park,
is the new leader in the all-campus
foul shooting contest. Yesterday he
made 84 out of 100 shots. The pre-
vious record This year was held by
Van Ells who made 80. Van Ells I
holds the record for most consecu-
tive shots, having tossed in 17 in a
row. Miller made the most of 25,
flipping in 23. Sixty-five contest-
ants have shot to date. An individ-
ual gets 25 shots and must make
15 to qualify. Qualifying entitles
him to 75 additional shots. It is
expected that upwards of 800 me-
will compete in this tournament.
Anyone on the campus is eligible
and can shoot at any time.
ANOTHER HANDBALL UPSET.
Another upset was registered in
handball yesterday, this time in
the All-Campus doubles. Fried-
man and Axinn defeated Jone3 and
Navarre, last year's champions, in
two straight games by scores of 21-
19, 21-18. Axinn had previously
caused an upset by beating Navarre
in the singles.
Friedman-Axinn will meet the
winner of the Gorelick-Gretch and
Collins-Engleman match. From
the way they disposed of last year's
champs, Friedman and Axinn
should annex the title this year.
The seminfinal singles brings
Friedman against his doubles part-
ner, Axinn, in the lower bracket
and Jones against Wheeler in the
Spring hitting practice will
begin next Monday at three
o'clock at the Field House. All
candidates please report at this
time, new men brilging their
Ray Fisher, Coach.
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