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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1931

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Michigan State Contest to Aid
Tankmen in Preparing
for Big Ten Meets.
After several weeks of nonmee
competition and: the discontinuance
of drills during the examination
period lust passed, the Michigan
taik team vill get into action again
tonight when Ihey tackle the Mich-
igan State swiming team in their
first intellegite contest of the
season. The meet is scheduled to
start at 7:30 sharp in the Intra-
mural pool and student coupon
books will entitle the bearers to ad-
mission ni place of the usual charge
for such meets.
To Play Water Polo.
Following the customary program
of tank events, there will be an
added attraction in the form of a
water polo game between the Wolv-
erine squad and a team represent-
ing the Department of Recreation
of Detroit. This sport is one that
the Michigan swimers are getting
(luite adept at and should give the
crowd ;some spirited action for the
length of the game.
The Michigan squad has been
working hard for a couple months
now under the direction of Coach
Matt Mann and they have devel-
oped a strong lineup to stack up
against their opponents. Success
has met them in every meet of their
pre-season schedule, the Wolverines
having defeated five different swim-
ming teams by scores with a heavy'
margin in their favor. While the
competition afforded to date has
not been of conference standards,
this showing of the tank men
speaks well for Michigan's chances
in Big Ten competition which will
start Friday night for them.
Spartans Weak.
Michigan State does not have a
strong team and should not give
the Wolverines much trouble to-l
night, but they will furnish meet
competition prior to the confer-
ence meets. Michigan will face Wis-
consin, Minnesota, and Illinois'
tank squads on Friday, Saturday,'
and Monday nights respectively in
their tanks.
The Maize and Blue lineup will
start off a 400-yard relay team of
Marcus, Smith, Fenske, and Meigs.l
Miller and Schmieler will swim for
Michigan in the 200-yard breast
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GRID COMMITTEE
MODIFIES RULES
Ofisides on Extra Point Trial
Is Altered in Minor Respect.
({ y A'y sswcia d Press)
NEW YORK, Feb. 17.--Except for
one minor change, the nation's
football rules-makers have decided
to let the code alone for at least
another year.
After a week-end of discussion
at Absecon, N. J, the rules com-
mittee announced the only change
would be the removal from the
code of the arbitrary award, or dis-
allowal, of the point after touch-
down when and offside is called.
Instead, such an offense will be
treated just as it would should it
occur in any ordinary scrimmage.
Hereafter if the defending team is
offside it will be penalized half the
distance to the goal line and the
point tried over. If the attacking
team commits the offense, it will be
set back five yards and the point
tried from the seven-yard line.
FACULTY SWIMMING
Matt Mann is starting a begin-
ners class in swimming for fac-

ulty members at 12:15 o'clock on
We dn es d ay afternoons. Any
members of the faculty who
wishes to enter this class, which
is strictly for beginners, should
report on that day at the Intra-
mural pool.
SPRING
IS ALMOST HERE
Now i the time to inprovc your
swing and enjoy golf as it should #
be played.
For Golf Instruction
Call 4480
or Intramural Bldg.
R. 0. COUT1 1'RIGHT
Professional in Charge

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h record of wins
over Eurui'anM iow in ts
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: _ c4 . ive list of
fe e';~ beocee a anmes
has b f" euctd in the Pueple
sadCuO CVn s ue UYana
ave thm 2scre in the
fie nwtr fIeto teams,
nd wih the 13 cmbnation
staring tem in te fae, the
Wildcats w ii badly and a-
lowed Coach '" ie to roil
rhI a seven p& led.
This logs. lN)CVii.{'r locs not have
Much ergL on the inal outcome of'
the fiTe at presentexcept
spoiling Coach Lcmborg's hopes of
a perfect record snce 1iteam has
seven wns e,:.one l ss.swhile
Minnesota,), the next team i-n the
race has six wins and two losses.
Thus with one 'whole game advan-
tage to work on. the 'Cats turn intoI
the last part of their schedule fa-
vored to cop the title Purdue is sure
to leave vacant.
This Saturday Northwestern
will mi with Iowa, the team j
which took up the cellar posi-
tion when Illinois started doingI
things around the circuit. Iowa
defeated Wisconsin by a 19-17
count Monday night, but is notj
expected to trouble Northwest-
ern. Minnesota will attempt to 1
put away Ohio State this week,
and will have to win this game
to keep within reaching dis-
tance of the title. Ohio received?
a jolt from Chicago Monday
night and dropped down to
(Continued on Page 7)

Harold Sindles,
Wolverine sophomore substitute
wing, who has been declared ineli-
gible for the coming semester be-
cause of scholastic difficulties.
INDIAN YEARLINGS
TO MEETWOLVES
Freshman Thinclads Schedule
Two Telegraphic Meets.
Freshman track aspirants will
get a spirit of real opposition in-
jected into their work during the
coming few weeks with the schedu-
ling of two telegraphic meets with
Big Ten opponents during the first
weeks of March.
Illinois has been scheduled for
March 6 with the long distance af-
fair with Wisconsin slated for the
following week, March 13. All the
regular track and field events will
be contested as well as the 35-
pound weight event which has been
arranged with the Illini frosh. All
of the men will take part in the
trials and the best three places
will be telegraphed to the oppon-
ents the night of the meet.
What's YOUR
favorite ,
pipea
tobacco
Most PRINCETON
men smoke-
(Fyou walk along Prospect Street
main Princeton you'll notice how
many men load their pipes from
the familiar blue Edgeworth tin.
At Senior Singing on the steps of
Nassau Hall this spring the pipes
will glow with Edgeworth.
A pipe and Edgeworth-this is
the smoking combination that has
won the college man. Yale, Dart-
mouth, Cornell, Illinois, Stanford
... all agree with Princeton.
College men everywhere respond
to the appeal of pipes-packed with
cool, slow-burning Edgeworth. Be
guided by their choice: Try Edge-
worth yourself. Taste its rich nat-
ural savor that is enhanced im-
measurably by Edgeworth's dis-
tinctive eleventh process.
You will find Edgeworth at your
nearest tobacco shop-15 the tin.
Or, for generous free sample, ad-
dress Larus & Bro. Co., 105 S.
22d St., Richmond, Va.
E DGEWORTH
SMOKING TOBACCO

Y E 1 n Th.in.ss are i'uimmiig around the
r >' k (ho house these days cis Coach
Hoyt tunes un the entries for the
ob1-fist scheduled track meet of the
eason, an indoor triangular affair
w nlxani U af with Detroit City college and Ypsi-
nl Ou te- anti Normal which is to be held
tled to get uand ^ s , 87 111rin the field house oval Thursday
future and wi coo :t' un tilnight at 7:30.
ring acon. CThe Varsity entries e not
hifferent evcnts is oi a to been definit ely made as yet, but
students on the campus. Ten will be announced today whenthe-
sports are listed on the progran. i acertificad todaynligtbiliheiscom-
Foul shooting will be started im- IceationMcfigibility n wilom
pleted. Mcia's contingent vwill
mediately and will la until April be fairly w 'lanced in the track
2. In order to quaif y for tire touevents, but will be hard put to gar-
nament an individual must snake 15 ncr many places in the field pro-
out of 25 throws. Qualifying en- I.gram.
titles the participant to 75 more Perhaps the feature event of the
shots and the one making the -~ Asciatc .Press Photo meet tomorrow will be the hurdles
highest total out of 100 wins. Wal- -I 6 3,,_lezwi. h
lace Miller won the tourney lastIT with plenty of talent n both the
year with a total of 34. Navy lie coteh for the past five ig and low ones. Eggeston will
Bowing , e ins. years. who xili succeed "Navy Bil" carry the ranking honors of the
wl Begins.gram as head coach of the Ann- Maize and Blue in both heights and
Yesterday was the first day on apolis football team. will be ably supported by DeBaker.
the bowling calendar which con- However, these two will face two
tinues for one month. Entrants n rar7ou-standing contenders in Beatty of
may report to the Union any time Ypsilanti, who is a former national
th month and bowl. interscholastic champ, and Beau-
InThe score for singles is a hre vais, the Detroit institution's star
game total, and for doubles a six hurdler.
game total each man bowling ; U Turner, the Varsity sophomore
rce gmes Howard lills won the who cracked the field house rec-
singles title last year, with a score ---- I ord in the 880 in a time trial a few
of 875, and the winners in the Grappling Captain Strengthens weeks ago, will get a chance to do
dotbles were Minzel and Hecker Michigan Ho es of Downing his best when he runs with Arnold
with a total of 1082. g oes oFoway.g of the Ypsi squad in the event. Ar-
March 17 is the date set for e Indiana Team Friday. nold is a crack runner in this dis-
Codeall ournment Thi n~v tance and may upset a little dope.
CodebaiI tournament. This new The announcement by team phy- Russell who has beenaleading the
game is winning the approval ofsicians, given out yesterday, that squad in the quarter-mile sprint
ern to ndball exyepg that Ith Capt. Auer, believed definitely lost will probably be the Michigan rep-
sixincr ubberan ball isprpe lled by t oe the squad for the %rthcoming resentative in another feature run
tfeet. Indiana meet, would be ready for of the evening when he runs a-
N ew EetCde.action brought tears of joy to the gainst Lewis of Detrot fo th 44
New Event Carded.1 eyes of Coach Cliff Keen. Auer has honors. Lws eroit or the 440
Wre stling will be started on ee fCahCifKe.Ae a honors. Lewis. is a national 300-
Mrstig wi the partcdpan been one of Keen's most dependa- yard champ and was a member of
j March 13 with the participants ble point getters and his loss would the Olympic team.
weigheng 3 at the Intramural have been a severe blow to the Arnett of the visiting Ypsilanti
buildg between 3 and 5 o'clock hopes of the Wolverines. However, outfit may be unable to run the
that afternoon. Another new event with him in the line-up the men of 2-mile feature due to an in.r
ois the card this year is gymnas- Michign are conceded a better than which he has received. With Arnett
tics. Coach West will give instrue- even chance to upset the Hoosiers. out of the entrants, Austin and
tions in this sport to any one who The old ear infection which has (Continued on Page 7)
desires such. Competition will be- bothered the Wolverine captain
gin March 18. Fencing will also sporadically for the past months,
get underway on the same day as has esponded1 to treatment much FRESHMAN WRESTLING
gymnastics and instruction in thIe better than it could have been
handling of the sabre and epee will hoed for and it is now a certainty All freshmen wishing to try
be given by Coach Johnstone. J. L. that he will be in the line-up Fri- out for the freshman wrestling
Morley won the f4ncing laurels in day.
1930. Coach Keen also had his eligi- wrestling room of Waterman
Eight events are listed on the bility feals dispelled with the issu- gymnasium today at 4 o'clock.
swimming card and every one ance of final grades for all of his Heavyweights are especially in-
amassing a total of five points will charges. All of them came through vited. Dr. George A. May.
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PUCK TEAM FACES
CI SIS O'SESON
Two Game Series With Badgers
May Decide Fate of Varsity
Hockey Sextet.
Michigan's puck team, which
started the Conference season with
two consecutive defeats at the hands
of Wisconsin's veteran team at
Madison, faces the crucial point, in
its schedule this weekend when it
again tackles the Badgers in a ser-
ies of games, one on Thursday and
one on Saturday night.
Beat Gophers Twice.
After the double reverse at the
hands of Coach Carlson's team,
the Maize and Blue sextet skated to
two consecutive triumphs over Min-
nesota, which had already lost one
game to the Badgers. Michigan was
faced with the necessity of defeat-
ing Wisconsin twice this week,
Minnesota twice next week, and of
having the Gophers down the Card-
inals at least once in order to gain
the Big Ten championship.
Michigan's chance has finally
arrived, Minnesota, catching the
Wisconsin aggregation on the
smooth Gopher ice, last week skat-
ed to two straight triumphs and
succeeded in throwing the Confer-
ence race into a turmoil from which
the Wolverines are favorites to
emerge as victors. Even though
Eddie Lowrey's men lost to the Wis-
consin team twice at Madison,
Michigan will be the favorite in
Thursday's and Saturday's games
as these two contests will be played
on smooth ice as compared with the
rough surface at Madison. On that
type of playing surface Wisconsin
was the better, as the Badger play-
ers had had some experience in
carrying the puck over the numer-
ous ruts. With smooth ice assured,
however, Michigan's three hard
skating forwards, Crossman, Reid,
and Schlanderer, should be able to
outskate anyone the Badgers have
to offer.
Courtis Graduates.
The graduation of Tommy Cour-
tis has cost the Wolverines one of
their most valuable men, but Cap-
tain Art Schlanderer is expected to
step into the breach and hold up
his end of the game. The other for-
ward, Harold Sindles, failed to get
safely through the mid-year ex-
aminations, and will be ineligible
from further play this season.
While Sindies had not yet devel-
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TRACK NOTICE
All men interested in fresh-
man track are requested to re-
port to me today at Yost Field
House.
Ken Doherty, Coach

OC THE
LAST LAP OF
OUR
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REDUCED TO
INSURE
DISPOSAL
Formerly $40, $45, $50
Clothes of quality-
styled for today and
tomorrow-are offered
in this event, marking
t h e closing oppor-
tunity of the season to
save a sizable amount.
Just one great group
-and just one Clear-
ance price!
Cordon Blue P.
Coats, $4.45
Gordon Corduroy
Coats,$6.95

04CHOOt Of MUSIC '-.rT
(No Admission Charge)
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Sun., March 1, 4:15, Mende .sohn Theater
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Sun., March 15, 4:15, Hi Auditorium
HANNS PICK
Violoncellist, and
ALICE MANDERBACH
Accompanist
Sun., March 22, 4:15, Mendelssohn Theater
ASSILY BESEKIRKY
Violinist, and
MABEL ROSS REA
Pianist, in Sonata Recital
Sun., March 29, 4:15, Mendelssohn Theater
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