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Wolverines Seek Win -n Order
to Remain in Lead for
Divisional Title.
Wildcat Aggregation Bolstered
by Addition of Veterans
to Regular Lineup.
Instituting a shift in the lineup
of the wrestling team for the match
with Northwestern at 7:30 tonight
in Yost Field house, Coach Keen
has hopes of gaining the 15 point
margin which will give the Wolver-
ines the divisional title in event
that the Ohio State matmen upset
the Hoosiersin their meet today.
Although the Wildcats have been
in the cellar all this season, the ad-
dition of five seasoned veterans who
had held out of competition be
cause of ineligibility during the
first semester have boosted their*
hopes considerably. To offset this
new power of the Purple wrestlers,1
a shift has been-made in the Mich-
igan squad in an endeavor to bal-
ance the strength of the invaders.
LaFavour Wrestles Hewitt
The bout about which is center-
ed the major interest in the meet
tonight is that between LaFavour,
Purple 128 pounder, and Hewitt who
has been undefeated so far this
season. Both'of these men have a
background of experience which
will make the bout an unusual af-








BOWLING MA TCH fTsflt [t1DrP aLasExactly eight American league Todt or Seeney, formerly of De-
Upsetting a total of 2970 pins, the baseball teams are in doubt at the troit at first, Regan or Miller at
University of Chicago's bowling present time just as to who will second, Narlesky or Rhyne at short,
and Reeves or Klman at third. No
team took the annual Western Con- Michigan to Face Cherry Circle make up their infields when the itioneis sure on thislast place
erence title Thursday, Feb. 27, ine major league season starts in April. psition.
feec il hrdy e.2,mITeam in Second Meet The Philadelphia Athletics, in1 championship lub.
a telegraphic meet, when it led the ynCleveland appears to be set at
rest of the field by si points. ite of the runaway race they three positions, but several candi-
ehindf the iledersycampWin sconTCHICAG oBOasSSTAR last year to take the pennant, dates are in the running for the
Behind the leaders came Wiscon- s{ CHICAGO BOASTS STARS are considerably worried as to thei sortstop berth. ind, Gardner,
sin, with a total *of 2907 pins, Ill- ;keystone combination. Both Boley Burnett, Goldman ,and Piet will
nois, with 2855 pins, Ohio State In the second meet of their trip and Bishop f,11 down last year, and fght it out bet een them.
with 2838, Purdue with 2749, Mich- to the Windy City, Coach Matt a youngster qy the name of Mc- geldhpo-
igan with 2547, and Minnesota and I'syaru Nair may get the call as shortstop. Dtit s st e er i e
Northwestern, who tied at 2498. The Mann's Varsity natators will runIfBishop fails to improve it prob-sestling, at a ro,1 whi kryto
winr rpywspeetdb pagainst the strong Chicago A. ppob-iWestaingthe shgiftiwillftrymt
winerstr y U as presented by tpaggregationtonight. The cherry m D ecause the shifting of Jm- ake the grade. Rogel is at the
school which donated the prise last f Circle team includes five former Foxx from first to third, and ' presentk ie gven a slight edge.
ychool whicdoatedtheprizintercollegiate champions a n' makeIt necessary to use Keesey, ver ers, wi ing g
year uh tm aeostn ces arfto usrK esth ea th rdeeaetb ca se of h is w oefu l -
Michigan's representatives in the hould extend the Wolverines N a r ae prourt, a fr
meet were Richard A. Maloney, '33,\"~O ' fe t ousi e tfrt eod
Charles W. Bishop, '30, John J. Dra X. r Chicago A. A. squad will play the ,jni or Lary at short. Lazzerit may andshor uiistteivet, endan
______Michiganteam in water adspolo. lo vernFrnk
k Michigan's fast relay team will t thr aReese at secon O'Rourke at third will h'ave compe-
and Paul C. Murphy, '30. or on the other hand. Lazzert may titln from Sammy hale, former4
Matches consisted of three games Johnny Wooden be favored over the Chicago quar- return to his regular position at
apiece and the entire tourney was Sophomore star of the Purdue tet in the 160 yard rage, but the 50 second and Chapman may start at Macknan ,and youngster by the
yard sprint should be a toss-up be ot corner. Any way you look name of Grimes, who is said to be a
under the leadership of H. S. Wood, the Big Ten cage race. Wooden is tween Bob Walker of Michigan and at it it is a proble'm. ______ro_____._ ._
of the Intramural department of giving Stretch Murphy a stiff race Bryant, one-time Dartmouth ace.I Washington is set at first base'
Ohio State University, which school for high scoring honors of the Boi- Bryant defeated Walker in the na- and again appears strong at third I Send Athletes
acted as a clearing house for the lermaker team. tional collegiate meet last year. with the return of Ossie Bleage to to efend T ec Title
scores. Sprinter is Fast. active duty. Cronin at short could .
In last year's meet, Ohio State Eck vtch s St Wilcox, youthful Chicago star, be much stronger, while Mayer and tvIOWA CITY Feb 28-For the
finished first with a score of 2819, oVi I tarfwill also offer the Maize and Blue Hayes will have to fight it out for defense of the team championship,
while Michigan trailed along in the f resha T tcompetition in the 50 and 100 the second base berth. forty-one University of Iowa ath-
fifth position. i ~"'~ yard sprints. Hosner, Smith, and I oSton1 Will start with either1
IWalaitis are the other Michigan _ letes have been entered in the
_E IE TDetroit Northeastern high has entries in these events. i TNtwentieth annual Western Confer-
IPKE DIRECTS contributed the most to the year- Capt. Gar Ault will be a favorite PURDUE QUV NTET ence indoor track and field cham-C
SPRINGgGRk squad in the way of in- in the 440 yard swim, despite theFS pionships, Coacn G. T. Bresnahan
SPRING GRIDDERS i d"idualstars with Ecknovitch as preence of two former Worthwee F A C E S GOPHERS si ednesday.
I an all round utility man. The tern captains, Ralph Breyer and .Included among the men who
Coach Harry Kipke is keeping a Detroit lad runs the hurdles, can Dick Howell, in the race. Another LAFAYETTE, Id., Mar. i, 1930- will compete at Minneapolis March
squad of gridiron aspirants busy in high jump and broad jump, is good Wolverine, Valentine. should win Purdue's colorful basketball quin- 7 and 8 are six athletes who scored
the Intramural Building every aft- at the mile and can turn in a 52 the back stroke from John Hal- tet has a chance to assure itself points when t-i iowans took the
ernoon in preparation for a stren- second quarter and a half in 2 min- I stead, who swam for Michigan two a share of the 1930 Big Ten title title last year.
uous spring session. While condi-- utes and 3-5 seconds. years ago, Boldt should also place here tonight when it meets Mi- These veterali are: Henry Can-
tioning is the primary reason for This latter time in the half set in this race. The breast stroke nesota in the second home game by, Conference indoor pole vault
this pre-season drill, the practices a new freshman record for the should see Walter Schott, at one of the week. By virtue of their champion and record-holder; Ev-
give the Wolverine mentor a field house. And his 440 time miss- 1 ime an intercollegiate champion decisive victory over Northwestern erett Ferguson and Reuben Dep-;
chance to get a line on his candi- ed by a fifth of a second that set from Williams, and Bob Goldsmith here Wednesday night, the Boiler- ping, members of the first place
dates for next year. by Dale Seymour. In a practice battling for first place. Miller of makers were left in the position mile relay team; John Moulton,
Passing and jumping rope have trial yesterday Ecknovitdh covered Michigan is also entered. where victory in two out of the third in the half mile; Donald
taken up most of the time of the 21 feet in his leap in the broad Colbath to Oppose Walaitis. three remaining games means the Craig, sharer of the high jump-
men so far, although some simple jump. It is expected that Coach Wally Colbath, whose expert div second undisputed major champ- championship with five other men;
line formations have been at- Hoyt will confine his efforts to ing won many victories for North- ionship of the year for Purdue ath- and George Saling, third in the
tempted. The backs are getting working him in the 440 and 880, western, is slated to oppose Walai- letic teams, while victory in one of high hurdles.
lessons in handling the ball, while since he has performed best in tis and Raike of Michigan in the,, three assures a -tie for the title.
the coach is keeping keen lookout i these events and appears to be springboard event. Colbath should- Stretch Murphy and Johnny
for a man to fill the gap left at most promising along middle dis- win if he is in form. Michigan1 Wooden, working in perfect co-
center where Al Bovard cavorted tance lines. should have a slight edge over the ordination with their cleyer feeding
last year. Time trials were held in several Cherry Circle trio in the medleyI mates, were too much for the Go-
Coach Kipke has paced several events yesterday. Egleston winning relay. phers in the initial battle of the f
numbers on the net which divides the 65 yard high hurdles in :08.6 Chocago's water polo team is season at Minneapolis, and the C
his realm from the rest of the big with Roth second and Bloomen- composed of several Olympic vet- Boilermakers will be top-heavy fa-
gym and uses these to get his back- field third. Hitt won the first heat erans led by Wallin, crack goal vorites for their eighth successive
field men in condition to heave of the 65 yard dash in :06.6 with tender. The C. A. A. split even in triumph. Lambert, however, is tak- -
point earning passes next fall. As Lamb a close second and Boettler two games with Northwestern this ing no chances on having the
the centers pass the ball to the third. Taylor won the 880 in the season. Michigan will line up with -Norsemen provide a comeback of
backs Kipke calls a number and the rather slow time of 2:11.2 with Ault, Walker Walaitis, Hughes, the type dug up by Ohio State that
the passer has to throw the ball at I Allen and Levine second and third. Thompson. McCaffree, and Fish- nearly derailed the Boilermakers
that number. (Continuea on Page 7) man, on the victory road. -
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Encounter With Bishops Prior
to Leaving for Columbus
Is Unimpressive.

In one of the poorest fencing
meets ever held in the Wolverine
camp, the Michigan team defeated
Ohio Wesleyan, 14 to 3, yesterday
afternoon in the Intramural build-
ing prior to leaving for their sec-
ond Conference match of the sea-
son against Ohio State at Colum-
bus today.
Neither the Bishops nor the Wol-
verines displayed anything ap-
proaching the type of weapon work
expected of collegiate fencers. The
Michigan team suffered a complete
reversal of the form they showed
in the. meet the week ' before
against Illinois and some concern
is felt in the Wolverine ranks as
to the chances of the Wolverines
in the meet with Ohio State today
in spite of the fact that the Buck-
eyes suffered a 16 to 1 defeat in
the vhands of the Illini.
% Ohio State used only four men
during the entire meet and one of
these men was used in but one
bout. Captain Stolpman, Friedman
and Lovel made a clean sweep of
the foils bouts against Miller,
Craig, Joyce, and Pearl. The lat-
ter took the place of Miller in the
last bout and lost 5 to 0 to Lovell,
the number three Wolverine
fencer in this weap n.
In the sabre. Gordon continued
his winning streak and defeated
both Miller and Craig, the former
5 to 2 andl the latter 5 to 4. Ham-
mer defeated Miller in a close 5 to
4 bout and lost to Craig in another
close bout, 5 to 3. The Bishops
made their strongest stand in the
epee, winning two of 'the four
bouts. Craig defeated both Koon
and Winer while both the Wolver-
ineV defeated Miller.

Student athletic coupons will
be accepted for admission to the
Northwestern- Michigan wrest-
ling meet at 7:30 tonight in the
fair in respect to the question of
which man will be able to outguess
the other.
There is no doubt, however, that
both have plenty of tricks up their
sleeves with the necessary strength
to use them to the best advantage.
Cantain Hewitt is concluding Ilis
third year as a member of the Wol-
verine varsity as well as having
been a member of the United States,
Olympic wrestling team. LaFavour
has been out of conference com-
petition for some .time but was for-
merly considered to be the leading
wrestlers in his weight in the coun-
try. .
.r..Purple Has New Men.
Another newcomer to the Purple
camp is Garrigan who is likewise
considered the toughest man of
his weight in this division. :Lasts
season this Wildcat tore into Bell
of Indiana to gain a fall in three
minutes. To pit, the greatest
strength of the Wolverine squad
against this Purple wrestler Coach
Keen has shifted K6lley from his
former weight of 158 to 148, the
weight under which Garirgan will
This shakeup in the Wolverine
lineup necessitated placing Parker
in the 158 pound class vacated byi
Kelley. Either Sigerf oss or Rief will;
fill in at Praker's old place in the
165 pound division.
The Wildcats were further
strengthened in the 178 and unlig-
ited classes by the addition of Mal-!
don and Reilly to the squad under
the new eligibility list. Both of
these men are among the best in
the Conference and will meet the
two powerful Wolverines, Steinke;
and Stoddard rspectively, in the
match tonight. Aldinger wrestling
in the 118 pound class will com-
plete the lineup of the Wolverine
team for this meet.
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