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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1931

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Entry

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W~lCATS TO SENDo
LAHRGE SQUAD HEREI

Appointed to Staff ( IIT
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Columbia Again
Eastern Court
(Bi Associated Press)
NEW YORK, March

Wins
Title
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ntramran ers
WATER POLO Fontana and H-ooker tnflierd fnr the

Eight Teams Will Attempt
Stop Victory March of
Varsity Natators.

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Completed lists of entries for the
W e s t e r n Conference swimming
meet, to be held in the Intramural
pool here this Friday and Saturday
nights, show that eight Big Ten
schools have entered a total of 79
men. Several of the teams are mak-
ing a strong bid to wrest the cham-
pionship from the Northwestern,
splashers, whose present team is
little if anything more than a
mediocre aggregation, and have
placed squads in the competition.
However, the Wildcats, determin-
ed to make a final stab at carrying
away the honors for another year,
have topped the entry list with 17
men. Illinois, another of the more
favored schools, is bringing a squad
of 14, the second largest entered.l
Michigan Enters 12.
Michigan and Iowa, with 12 men
each, are tie for. third in the race
for the largest entry list. Minne-
sota stands next with 11, and Chi-
cago has submitted eight names. I
These six teams are furnishing the I
bulk of the competition, as Purdue#
has entered but three men and
Ohio State two. Due to the drought
conditions in Indiana the Hoosiers
have had no water in their pool this
year, and will not send a team.
Wisconsin will not compete.
Chicago, I11 inois, Minnesota,
Northwestern, Iowa, and Michigan
are also the only six teams that
have placedhrelay teams in the
field, each school being represented
in boththe 440-yard and medley
relay events. -
With such a galaxy of aquatict
stars as are present on these squads,
an overflow crowd of spectators isc
expected for both nights at thes
Intramural pool, and the ticket sale'
has been large during the past few ! X
days. Reserved seats are one dollarr
and rush seats 50 cents.t
Preliminaries Friday.
Friday night's program of pre-
liminaries which begins at 7:30o
o'clock will be equally as interest-
ing,. from the spectators viewpoint,p
as the title contest the following s
night, due to the fact that alli
events, with the exception of theJ
50-yard free style, will be time
trials. It is predicted that with thek
competition as keen as it has been G
between individual stars for the a
past lew years, Conference and Na- A
tional records should fall.
Michigan's natators, under the w
tutelage of Coach Matt Mann, re- M
mains the strong favorite, although f
the scattering of championship
swimmers throughout the weaker C

Coaches Select Varsity Captain-
Elect as Center; Wooden
Placed at Guard.
(Continued From Page 6)
is six feet, three inches tall, handles
the ball cleverly, and is a deadshot
any where ins de the foul line.
Send _a,,.a senior, who stands
an even six feet. was the spark-
plug of the >st team Minnesota
has had sice 1919. A good shot
who ami,.ed96points, he also was
a goo LaI handler, strong de-
fenively and g:od leader.
Daniels maintained Michigan's
mark of seldom going without a
first team player and was the Wol-
verine's high scorer, with 93 points.
He was the keyman in Michigan's
offense and his shooting was con-!
sistently effective. He succeeded a
great center in Bob Chapman, 1930
Wolverine leader, but shaped up
well by comparision. He is a junior
and will captain
t h e Wolverines
next year.
Fesler, playing
h i Tst season,
Yeceivect six first
team votes but
was not mention-
ed by the other
coaches. W o o d-
en's margin over
Marshall of
IF Northwestern, Al-
tenhof of Michi-

the second year in suc
and the fifth time sincet
cuit, as now constituted,
ganized in 1911, Colum
captured the eastern ii
legiate basketball league
Columbia clinched th
title last night by w
Dartmouth.

vms or - Theta Chi successfully defended
bia hasits water-polo championship by
tereol- out - swimming and out - scoring
crown. Alpha Kappa Lambda, 2 to 1. As a
ip p931 Iesult of this win Theta Chi drew
'hipping up closer to the league leading
Alpha Kappa Lambda in the all-
year point standing for fraterni-
hoe

ccession
the cir-

Edward R. Slaughter,
Former University of Michigan
all-American guard, who has just
been named line coach at the Uni-
versity of Virginia. Slaughter has
been line coach at North Carolina
State for the past four seasons.
TO TAKEPENNHT

FOR MATTOUFINJE
Parker and Bennett Still FightI
for Position in 155
Pound Division.
(Continued frcm Page 6)
the fireworks in this class with the
luck of the draw slated to play a
deciding factor. On paper form,
Sigwart is conceded a slight edge
despite the fact that he bowed to
Aldrich in a dual meet earlier iii
the year.
Otto of Michigan and Dooley of
Illinois are far and away the class
of the field in the 126-pound divi-
sion, with neither one having any
aparent advantage on the dope
sheet.

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epp nents by scoring early in the j ;EI AY CARNIVAL
rst quarter. From this goal on
the going was fast and the chain- More than fifty teams are ex-
pionship was not certain until the pected to compete in the Relay
final whistle. In the third quarter Carnival at the Field House tomor-
both teams scored. row night. Fraternities, classes,
The fourth quarter was the stiff- rooming houses, and societies are
est period of the fray with both represented in the entries.
teams fighting; Alpha K a p p . This is the largest entry list that
Lambda to score, and Theta Chi to the relay carnival has ever gather-
keep them from tying. ed. Phi Kappa Psi will be the de-
fending champion and have an
HOCKEY excellent chance to win again.
Their team is well balanced and
In the closest game of the inter- contains many of the 1930 chain-
fraternity hockey season, Theta pionship squad.
Kappa Nu won the right to enter Each team made up of four
the play-off series by defeating the runners who will scamper around
Rangers, 3 to 2. Three overtime the 2 ha trac ce apiecd
periods were needed to settle the The 220-yard track once apiece.
disute Seera weks go he ameThe winners of the class and inde-
dispute. Several weeks ago the same pendent teams will be decided on
teams played to a 2-2 score in four the time they turn in for total run.
overtime periods. . The four teams turning the best
At the end of the regulation time te uneagaing ther
times will run against each other
the score was 1-1. Neither team during the Cornell-Michigan meet
scored in the first tworovertime on March 21.
periods. As the third extra session
started Fontana of the Rangers CLASS HANDBALL
hooked the puck past goalie Car-CB
penter to forge into the lead. Theta The first round of the inter-class
Kappa Nu came back to win as handball league opened with the
Chapman and Port tallied during Frosh Medics (Griedward) defeat-
the last minute of play. ing the Senior Dents (Collins).
Both teams played an excellent Phelps led the Junior Laws to a
brand of hockey and kept the play victory over the Frosh Dents (Gay-
going at top speed throughout the lor). In the third match, the Senior
game. Chapman, Emerson, and Engineers (Bowman), defeated the
Port scored for the victors and Business Ads (Walker).
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'Theta Chi got the jump on their

Gabby Street's Team Will Have 'gan and Fish of Chicago, was slim.
Strong Opposition in Fesier was as much forward as
1931 Fla Raguard and led his team in scoring
Flag ace. with 64 points. Wooden, the sen-
sation of the 1930 season, had not
(Continued from Page 6) quite as much help as a year ago,
tomley, regular guardian of the and failed to play as brilliantly.
first base cushion for the past sev- However, his dribbling was the best
in the league, and his shooting,
eral seasons, for the first time in which gave him 86 points, won him
several years has some real com- favor again. He is a junior.
petition for the job. Bottomley's The second team selections were:

Belshaw Given Edge.
Captain Belshaw of Indiana is
conceded a slight edge over the
field in the 135-pound class al-
though both Chicago and Michi-I
garn have entries who are capablej
of upsetting the dope bucket. The
Michigan entry, Woodard, finished
third in the race last year, but has j
never been able to take Belshaw's
measure and for this reason he canI

miserable showing towards the lat- Inarles Harper, Illinois, an
RielNorthwestern, frwarc
ter part of 1930 and in the World McCarnes, Northwestern,
Series has resulted in the purchase and Ray Altenhof, Michiga
of a slugger, Collins. from the Frank M a r sh a 11, North
Cards' Rochester farm. Collins can guards.
paste the ball high, wide, and hand-
some, and may even win the regu- SIZE OF DIAM'O
ar position away from "Sunny S IUrA C
Frankie Frisch is a cinch for the,.®
keystone sack post, while Charley Norm Daniels Is Only R
Gelbert and Sparkie Adams are just Who Has Not Report
is sure of being stationed at short
and third when the season opens. (Continued from PageE
Andy High has been given his curves. His imperfections atr
walking papers, but a newcomer, are of minor importance and
Meyers, and Holm will help the in- be easil removed in the co
ield problem. much practice.
Gus Mancuso, Jimmy Wilson, and An addition to the siugg
Gonzales will take care of the the Wolverine roster may be

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teams makes it more than likely catching burden. Mancuso is ra-i oped in -astman, who has re
that the Wolverines will be hard pidly improving since his debut in heavier this season and ha
pressed to take points in some the majors and now has reached finding the apple quite oft
events which they have been count- the stage where he is a really cap- quite heavily in the batting
ing on all season. able receiver. Wilson is a familiar Such an addition is alway
Illinois, Northwestern, and Iowa figure in the National League, and come to the fans who like t
are the teams that may give the fcan be counted upon to steady the! game full of hits anytime it
Wolverine hopes a severe jolt if Cardinals' rookie fingers. erence to a pitchers' battle,
their men come through in their
best form. li=-

Liut 4,LUt U
is; Bob be given little better than an out-
center, side chance to cop.
in, and Competition in the 145-pound
vestern class is expected to furnish more
thrills than any other on the sched-
ule. Every school in the Big Teni
'has been blessed with a capable
VD grappler in this division and if any
LSES candidate is given an edge on
paper it is at best a rank guess.
However, on the basis of early per-
egular formances, Hall of Ohio State andI
ed. Captain Garrigan of Northwestern
are generally regarded as the out-I
6) standing performers.
present Dyer of Chicago, whether he com-I
should petes in the 145 or 155-pound class,
urse of will enter the meet as a prime fav-
orite to cop first honors. Champion,
ers on in the 145 last year, he has had
devel- some difficulty in making the re-
turned quired weight and will probably be
s been entered in the heavier division.
en and Ross of Indiana and Poyner of'
cages. Iowa are capable performers, how-
's wel- ever, having emerged victorious in
o see a al of their dual meet battles thus
n pref- far, and may furnish some excit-
ing competition.
BAVTAVE
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H. HIRATA vs. K. ANDO Flyweight
JACK YUEN vs. PETE MORGAN Bantam
PAT McBRIDE vs. DAVE GALLUP Featherw'ght
JOE WOODARD vs. DAVE GOLDEN Lightw'gt
HAROLD KNAPP vs. A. KALONIC Welterw'gt
GUS TROMETER vs. RALPH SHAHEEN Midl'w
HARVEY BAUSS vs. JACK STAR WAS Lgt. H'y
BILL HEWITT vs. BOB MORGAN Heavyw'ght

I MAIN GYM Admission 50 cents

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Howie Morenz Leads
Pro Hockey Scorers
(By Associated Press)
MONTREAL, Que., March 10. -
Howie Morenz, Montreal Cana-
diens center, apparently has built
up a lead that will win for him the
individual scoring crown of the
National Hockey league.
Morenz has six more points than
Goodfellow, of Detroit.
CLEVELAND-The Cleveland In-
dians will leave their New Orleans
training camp next year to train
on the Pacific Coast, probably at
either San Diego or Pasadena.

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