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PAGE SIX

0 THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1930

CLOSE COMPETITION EXPECT ED.

IN TRIANGULAR MEET

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MICHIGANIS HOST~
TO SPARTANSYPSI
Track Stars From Three Schools
Possess Unusual Ability in
Nearly All Events.
WOLVES ARE STRONGEST
Intercollegiate track supremacy
of the state of Michigan will hang
in the balance Thursday evening
when Coach Steve Farrell's Var-!
sity track team plays host to the
invading Ypsilanti and Michigan
State Normal cinderpath contin-
gent in the Yost Field House.
Each of the invading teams can
show unusual talent this year on
the track and the result of the
scoring looms as anything but a
foregone conclusion. Michigan's
representatives beaten by Chica-
go's excellent showing Saturday
night are still an unknown quan-
tity in first class competition and
whether the Wolverines are able to
outscore their 6pponents tomorrow
night or not the experience should
stand as valuable to the team when
the Maize and Blue combine girds
itself for Conference competition.
Ypsi Most Dangerous.
Of the two teams who will en-
deavor to upset their imposing ri-
val, the Wolverine of Michigan,
Ypsilanti promises to make the
most certain bid to carry away
the total scoring laurels. The
Teachers should make their strong-
est bids in the middle distances
and longer runs, boasting a num-'
ber of men in these events who
would furnish feared competition
for any team in the Big Ten.
Captain Beck will lead the Ypsi
runners tomorrow night and will
make a strong bid in the 60 yard
dash. He should draw his strongest
fight from Michigan's Eddie Tolan,
Campbell, and Murray. Tolan will
be the favorite. Other entrants'
include Ypsi; Jacobi, Brown; State,
Russo, Lafayette, Voelker, and Sal-.
mon.
Sprinter Fast.
In the sixty-five yard hurdles
Ypsi shows two entrants;. Munro
and Krueger; State, four, Yarger,
Russell, Gawalt, and Voelker. Mich-
igan will enter Potter and Wood.
In the sixty-five yard jaunt over
the low barriers Ypsi has entered
Oliver and Munro; State has en-
tered Russo, Russell, Voelker, and
dawalt. Michigan will enter the
same combine as in the high hur-
dles.
In the two mile run State's bril-
liant distance star, Lauren Brown,
will be flanked by his teammates
Dowd and Stienle, Arnett and Ma-
combe of Ypsi, and Kennedy, Low-
moster, and Fitzgibbons of Michi-
gan. In the mile run Brown, Ful-
lerton, and Swanson of State will
oppose Creiger, Arnett, Boyd, ad
-O'Connor of Ypsi, and, Wolfe, D
Anna, and Feustal of Michigan.
State Strong in 440.
In the half mile Arnold, Creiger
Burholt, and O'Connor will take
the cinders for Ypsi, Williams and
Swanson for State, Benson, Mc-
Laughlin, and Chase will run for
Michigan. Ypsi's quarter milers
include Beck, Jacobi, Burholt, Ar-
nold, and Brown. State will show
four 440 men; Salmon, Wilson, Re-
clare, and Rothfuss. The brothers
Seymour, Dale and Dalton, and
Russell will turn in Michigan'
quarter mile performance.
Yps's mile relay will include
Beck, Jacobi, Arnold, and Brown.
State will send Salmon, Swanson,
Voelker ,and Wilson to the post in
this event while Michigan's baton

carriers will include the brothers
Seymour, Russell and Mosher. In
the shot Michigan's veteran pair
of Poorman and Brooks will be op-
posed by Rader and Page of Ypsi,
Dill, Pflug, Joslin, and Wilson of
State.
High jump honors will see three
Ypsi entrants; Munro, Schneider,j
and Benjamin. Russell, Cole, and
Zayless will compete for State,
while Michigan's entries will in-
clude Felker, Veech, and Evans.
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WILDCATS MEET
PURDUE TONIGHT
(Spciald to IThe al)
EVANSTON, Ili.-Northwestern's
basketball team, fresh from its'
victory over Illinois Saturday, will
endeavor to further upset the Big
TFen race by trouncing Purdue' at
LaFayette tonight. The Purple
five has been functioning much'
better lately and will be out to
give "Stretch" Murphy and his
colleagues plenty of competition.
Coach Dutch Lonborg will probablyI
start the same lineup he used
against the Illini.

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ARKEY DISPLAYS STRONG LEFT PURPLE TO BEGIND
IN TRAINING SESSIONS AT MIAMlI FOOTBALL DRILLS
EVANSTON Ill - Development
of reserve material, the lack of
} which proved costly to Northwes-
tern in the 1929 campaign, is the Hockey Championship at Stake
task confronting Coach Dick Han- on Wisconsin Invasion
Iy dasr litpepares to oen spring of Coliseum Ice.
grid practice here March 5.Coiem ce
The freshman team last fall did
not prove productive in the way of WILL ;CONCLUDE SEASON
furnishing varsity material andI
" I unless marked progress is made Combination play, which has
this spring the Wildcats will be in been sadly lacking in the attack of
much the same position as they the Michigan Vai'sity puck team
found themselves last fall.hh
____________ the last few games that It has play-'

COMIAINPLAY
H BADGER SEXTET

defeats.

After taking two games

from Minnesota ealy in the season,
the Badgers had to be content with
a split with the Wolverines. In the
second Minnesota series the . two
teams split even. Michigan's rec-
ord at present stands at three vic-
tories, two defeats, and one tie.
All of Michigan's players are in
the best of condition for the final
two games of the current season.

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VETERANMATMEIN~
New Eligibility List to Allow
Five Seasoned Wrestlers -
to Return to Squad.
With five veteran wrestlers .
breaking through the red tape of "
ineligibility and now ready for Associated Praess IfoO
Conference competition the corn- Jack Sharkey (right) lands a hard left during one of his training
plexion of Northwestern's down- sessions at Miami Beach, Fla., where he has been training for his bout
troddlen mat team will change ma- with Phil Scott tomorrow.
terially for their meet with Michi-
gnthis Saturday.
Sgan i Sat BALLYHOO ON HEAVYWEIGHT MATCH
of the eastern half of the Big Ten. FAILS TODRA W CUSTMARYCROWD
the Purple are on paper no match,
for Coach Keen's clever grapplers. Either the gentle art of publicity I dollars from Pegler's "forgiving
However with the return of the and ballyhoo has lost some of its public" before they gave the fight
othentire make-up as well as the effectiveness or the general buying fans the bout that they wanted.,
spirit of the Northwestern contri- public has lost some of its gullibil- The prestige of the press agent,
bution to Western Coilference mat-' ity; especially that portion of the ballyhoo or publicity man, and
dom will undergo a drastic change. carefree, unquestioning buying other arousers of interest is appar-,
LaFavour, one of the best 128- public that flocks around Miami.I ently on the wane.
pounders in the country is one of The point is that the Sharkey- There will be no broadcast of
the men who reentered Big Ten Scott fisticuffs scheduled for Thurs- the fight since the Garden authori-.
lists this semester and if past per- day has attracted about as much ties apparently felt it might affect
formances may be taken as an in-I attention as an automobile passing the sale of the tickets for the main
dication of worth, the Purple star in the street. go. And one little jolt on that sale
should be able to give a good ac-I Over-emphasis on the Fainting' of pasteboards might kill it all to-
count of himself in whatever meets Britain, the general falling off of gether. On the other hand Sharkey
he enters. heavy bouts since Dempsey and Iseems actually enthusiastic about
Garrigan at 148 pounds is also Tunney and a multitude of various the fight snd is the favorite by a
back and should make things hot things has caused the fans to pass considerable margin to polish off
for the Wolverine 148 pounder up this scrap with nothing more in the good old American fashion
when he goes to the Yost field than a glance. And when the mon.. the man from England who writes
house mat Saturday night. Garri- ey careless from the North decide about "overcoming of animal in-
gan scored a fall over Bell of In- that they won't spend much stinct by education," and who
diana last year in three riinutes. i change to see Fainting Phil Scott would do away with the colorful
Maldon at 178 pounds and Reilly mix with Sharkey there is little "killer" and bring in the scientist.
in the unlimited division are two (that can be done about it. Unless
of the other men who are eligible! the promoters should find another TORONTO-Leigh Miller, Cana-,
again. These two are known ask and better match for Sharkey. dian sprinter, defeated George
hard wrestlers and clever stratie- In spite of the articles by Scott Simpson of Ohio State in the re-
gists on the roped-in mat. to the effect that he is educating cent Canadian indoor champion-
To match these newcomers Coach the American public to appreciate ship races.
Keen indicgted in his practice ses- fine boxing rather than to go wild ~~~
sion last night that he too might over a good fight, there is enoughi
be contemplating changes in his of the old blood thirsty Americans
line-up. The regulars after a day'left to make the ticket sale a tough
of rest Moneay came back last proposition. Other candidates that
night to find that they would have might better have met Sharkey are
to fight for their positions. Griffiths or Schmeling, yet the
Just what changes were going in- hungry promoters felt confideni
(continued on Page 7) that they could pull a few more

Three Former Michigan Stars in
Big Leagues Have Had
Only Light Work.
Michigan's three former baseball
stars who are now members of ma-
jor league teams have not as yet
coused any undue excitement in
the training camps, although it is
so early in the season that they
have been called upon to do little
more than limbering up work.
Bill McAfee, who is a member
of the Chicago Cubs, National l
league champions, is considered
one of the letter newcomers to
the Bruin hurling ranks, accord-
ing to the attention that is being;
paid to him by Ray Schalk, who is'
coaching the Cub pitchers this
year. McAfee, along with pitchersj
Werneke and Teachout, are being
drilled daily by the former White
Sox manager.
No reports have come from train-
ing camp yet of the activities of
Asbeck and Corriden, the other
two ex-Wolverines that were mem-
bers of last year's championship
nine. Asbeek is with the Yankees
and Corriden with the White Sox.
Another Michigan graduate who
has a good chance to remain un-
der the big tent this year is Pete'
Jablonowski, Vho is on the pay-
roll of the Cleveland Indians. Jab-,
by has been up before with the
Cincinnati Reds, and last year was'
one of the best pitchers in thet
American Association. He is con- I
ceded a good chance °'to remain
with the Tribe for the entire sea-
son.

ed, has been the goal toward which Langen will start at center, Cour-
Coach Eddie Lowrey has been aim- tis and Nygard at the wings, Hart
ing in the' recent practice sessions and Bryant at the defense posts,
of the Wolverines before the com- and Tompkins at the nets against
the Wisconsin sextet. Art Schln-
ing Wisconsin series. derer, Sippola, and Campbell are
When the Maize and Blue sextet Ithe Wolverine spares.
skates out upon the ice Thursday Rankin, of Windsor, has been
night before the first of the Bad- named to referee the two contests
ger encounters, it is highly prob- while an assistant as yet unnamed
able that the teamwork will be far- will aid him. Rankin assisted
ther advanced than it has been at Rush ne in the' working of the
any previous time this year. Ex- two nnesota games.
tensive drills in this line during Michigan will have to concen-
the last two days have brought trate on stopping Meiklejohn and
about a marked improvement in, Kreuger, the Badgers' two stars of
this line. ' the forward line, if it hopes to gain
With the championship of the the victory. Meiklejohn is one of
Western Conference at stake, Mich- the best centers in mid-western
igan's puck feam will be forced to hockey circles, while Kreuer is a
win one game and, at the worst, fast wing man who has caused all
tie the other, in order to lay claims of his opponents of the year con-
to the Conference title. If the siderable trouble.
Badgers should win one game it Frisch will be guarding the net
would give them the champion- for the Badger forces, whie the
ship. I remainder of tUhe regular team
Wisconsin's record at present will probably be made up of
stands at four victories and two 1Thompson and Kreuger at the

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PURDUE ATHLETES'
HAVE BUSY WEEK
(Special to The Daily)
LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Beginning
with the Northwestern basketball
game here Wednesday night, Pur-
due's winter sports squads are due
for four days of intensive activity,
nine engagements being on the
card. Coach Ward Lambert's col-
orful basketball crew, outstanding
favorite for the Big Ten title, and
Leslie Beers' wrestlers head the list
of engagements with two contests,
while the other five squads will all
be in action once.
Following the Northwestern netl
tilt, interest will shift to track on
Thursday when Coach Eddie O'Con-
nor takes his Pudue track team to
Evanston for 'a triangular meet
with Northwestern and Minnesota.

wings, Metcalf and Swederski at
the defense posts, and Meiklejohn
at center. Bach, Siegel, and Gal-
lagher are likely to see much ser-
vice before the game is ended.
The work of Tommy Courtis at
Joseph's vacated wing position 'has
been the biggest factor in Michi-
gan's latest viOtories. With the
graduation of the veteran wing-
man and scoring star, the outlook
was rather black for Michigan get-
ting through the Gopher and Bad-
ger series successfully. Courtis,
however, has shown /a fighting
spirit and a team play brand of
hockey that has made him a valu-
able man to the regular sextet.
Art Schlanderer also showed up
to good advantage in the Gopher
series, and as Michigan's number
of spares is limited, he will un-
doubtedly see a great deal of ser-
vice as a replacement for both Ny-
gard and Courtis.

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