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February 28, 1930 - Image 6

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>Wolverine eam Seeks Re v
fair Def eat }by Wildcats
Last Season.
.In addition to seeking to r
their hold on the Big Ten- s
ming -title when they enco
the Wildcats tonight, the We
ine natators will enter the E
ston pool determined to mak
for their 37-32 defeat at the h
of Northwestern in last year's
test. Although losing the duel
Michigan came back and wor
championship by carrying of
honors at the Conference me
spite of strong opposition fron
Purple aggregation.
Tonight's affair is expected1
one of the hardest fought mee
the Conference schedule, and
likely that it will even overshi
last year's battle in the Ann A
pool, which was considered or
the greatest ever waged in a
die western tank.
Purp'e Holds Edge
.Northwestern boasts severa
the outstanding collegiate s'
iners in the country and hcld.
'cry Conference record for 60
pools. Captain Schwartz of
Wildcats will lead his teammat
the free style 'eve'hts. This sp
Purple swimmer holds several
ords including the national i
collegiate mark for the 100
free 'style and the 440 yard s
'The Wildcats are wAll fort
in the sprints with Covode, P
n, and Hinch pressing their
tain for honors. All three men
exceptionally fast in the short
tances and will offer keen co
tition for the Wolverine sprin
Sprinters Hold Hopes.
Coach Matt Mann has two
eran Wolverines, Walker and
laitis,'entered in the 40 yard
style, both of whom are expecte
giVe thie Northwestern stars a1
race. In the 100 yard yard sp
the Maize and Blue has an eqi
good duo to :bear the burden of
century event, with Hosmer
Smith swimming in this.
4 hotly contested race is an
ported in the 160 yard relay,
Narthwestern's quartet holding
world's record for that dista
Hinch, Petersen, Schwartz, and
vocie are the men entered in
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h the amt s nea- second place, and might have been
'RDS AtCapndttta Kely are still dead- in the select duo at the top had he
locked for high scoring honors for wrestled in all of the meets. Coach Practice for Ohio State Meet
etain Keen kept the Michigan veteran on Should be Most Intensive
the bench during one of the East- . o B sd Season.
unter ern bouts and as a result Parker of Blade Season.
lver- i Vhh1? fal
van- as four falls and one time deci- BUCKEYES \ARE STRONG
e up sion to his credit.
lands Next in line for honors veie feer uptet th Wste
con- 1 :Benz, who with four decisions ande rh
men draw on the win side of hsConference champions only last
nn the 'enh week, Coach Johnstone is not in
heledger has accumulated 13 points lined to take either the meet with
et in toward his team's totals. However, Ohio Wesleyan this afternoon in
the he has suffered one loss during the the intramural building or the
,," the aon. meet with Ohio State tomorrow in ' "
to be Al Steinke of football fame has Columbus lightly, although neitherE
ts on gained a place for himself among of these teams have displayed un-
it is the leaders by pinning one oppo- usual ability so far this season.
adlow Wnent, getting a time decision over The meet this afternoon will be-.
Arbor I two more and holding another to a gin at 2:30 o'clock when the Bish-
ne of draw for a grand total of ,12 a ops. who are something of dark {l
mid- - points. His draw was against Scott horses as far as the Wolverines are.
of Indiana, one of the best matmen concerned, meet Michigan for the
in the country for his weight and first time in fencing. In view of
1 Pf .. Y{a member of the last Olympic team. the previous performances of the
- *: Joe Woodard also may be counted Wolverine weapon wielders, the
s ev- among the first few scorers on the meet this afternoon should not!
foot squad with his 12 points gained prove more than a stiff workout i
the Captain Buddy Hewitt (Continued on Page 7) for Michigan.
;es in the 193 olverxine mat teamn..Each The meet with Ohio State Satur-
eedy man has accouned mor our falls Michigan Grid Leader day at Columbus should be a much
rec- and two time decisions during the, Undergoes Operati more severe test for the Wolverdi e'
nter- schedule for a total of 26 points fencers as the Buckeyes have dis -
yard apiece. Captain-elect of the 1930 Wolver- played enough strength so far this
wim. Ray Parker :s.safely fortified in ine gridiron team, after spending season to indicate that they ma l
ifled two weeks in the hospital con- be able to upset the Michigan fen-
eter- SMITH BOO TS valescing from an operation for cers. Ohio has competed in two
1 SpI hernia, is now rapidly gaining Conifere nceee ts a hs ' ! i-
son losing to Illinois 16 to 1 a d.
s are f O P L I S T O C K vinn in g from P urdue 10 to 6. , sr Photo
rfpe The fact that Ohio fell by such , Three sophomore stars, Ed Kawal (right) and the Kamp brothers,
t'ers. If Joplin, Mo. never gets its "<one sided score to the same teami E. B. (above, left) and R. L. .(below, left), have made Illinois a danger-
name on the map for anything else, the Wolverines 'defeated 9 to 8 s ous contender for the Western Conference Basketball title.
vet- it will have done its bit along the modified isomewhat by the statis-
Wa-j lines of "Boost Joplin" for having . tics the .of Illini-Michigan meet'
;free set sail on the golfing sea Horton which show that Michigan was Steve Jones, Former Varsity Hockey Captain,
edto Smith, winner of tournaments. Af-e a actuallyH..outpointed in the total--
good ter a season of fine g6lf wellup in number of points scored. ee
Orint, the roney the youthfl veteran nly one change is likely to bejSteve Jones, former Varsity
aly, swept his partners in pill chasing Imade in the Michigan lineup for Svfirst man who has ever captured
t heswto one ide and seized plth 'the ithese two meats. In the epee it is hockey capa, added anoher A this feature, three successive years.
and Savannah open and ththe ntral possible that either Dowsett orl Campus handball championship to Member of the Delta Upsilon
Florida open by a fresh burst of I"Ducky" Siralli Koon may be replaced by Winer his list yesterday afternoon by de- and Phi Delta Phi fraternities,
ties- golfing speed. The list o# those hwho has had .two years experience feating Joe Axinn, in the final Jones was named as All American
with who habitually finish in the rhis strength in preparation for ,a but who -has been suffering from round of the annual four wall goalie in his senior year of puck
wth wo habituallygfinsmh in first renuous campaign next fall. The a slump this year. Captain Stolp- event by the one sided scores of competition despite the fact that
the., ten aes changed somewhat in the future Michigan leader is now well man, Friedman, and :Lovell will 121-7, 21-14. his team was only mediocre. Jones
nce. past year but Smith seems to be to on his way toward recovery but has represent the Maize and Blue in Jones, in winning his third All was a member of Phi Beta Kappa
+Cth prosnwatJonsistot ge t turned out for Coach Kipke's the foils while Hammer and Gar- Campus singles title, has establish-gd is now a senior in the law
this( eral golfing world. early season drills. I don W'i n in the .d It history, being the sow
(Continuos on Page y) --.- --scol

Purdue's Mighty Team Almost
Assured of Top Post in
With Michigan's chances to tie
with Purdue for the .Conference
basketball title standing practical-
ly at zero, Coach Veenker sent his
squad through its last long drill
before the Illinois game, yesterday
t afternoon. At 8:51 this evening the
Wolverines will entrain for Cham-
paign, where they will clash with
the Indians in the semi-final game
of the present season.
Purdue's easy 29-16 victory over
Northwestern Wednesday has ap-
parently cinched the title for the
Boilermakers, although Michigan
still has a mathematical chance to
tie for the Conference title. Purdue
still has to play Minnesota before
it meets the Wolverines in Yost
field house on Monday night, but
it is too much to expect that the
Gophers will come through with a
victory .where other better teams
have failed.
If, by any chance, Minnesota
should score a surprise win over
the Boilermaker quintet, Michigan
would still be forced to defeat the
leaders to tie for the title. While
the Wolverines' chances are far
better than those of the Gophers,
is is a little too much to expect
that both of the teams will crash
' through with a victory.
. Coach Veenker will take nine
Imen with the contingent that
leaves the Michigan Central sta-
tion tonight. In addition to the
regular team that is composed at
the present time of Daniels and
fWeiss, forwards; Truskowski, cen-
l ter, and Chapman and .Orwig,
guards, four substitutes, Kanitz,
Lovell, Ricketts, and Hudson will
make the trip.
Yesterday's practice consisted
mainly of running through plays
end sharpening shooting eyes in
preparation for the Illinois en-
counter. Michigan will be seeking
revenge for its previous defeat at
(Continued on Page 7)


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