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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1931

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Mect to Give Wolverines Drill
Before Facing Champions
Friday Night.
Michigan's Varsity fencers will
meet the swordsmen of Michigan
State tonight at 7 o'clock in East
Lansing. Ineligibility has not rob-
bed the squad of any fencers Coach
Johnstone announced late last
night.
The lineup will include Captain
Gordon in the fails and sabre.
Freedman and Lovell will make up
the balance of the foil squad. De
Stefano and Boardcman will be
teamed with Captain Gordon in the
sabre event. In the opee division
Powers and Winig will carry the
Maize and Blue colors.
State will present their strongest
team in years including the stars of
last season. This meet will help to
determine the chances of Michigan
against the Conference Champions
Friday, Feb. 20, when they journey
to Illinois.
Coach John stone expressed con -
lidence in the team this year, rat-
ing it equally strong: with tne squad
last year. By defeating Ohio State;
9-8 earlier in the season, Michian
has established itself as one of the
strong teams in the Conference as
Ohio State won from Chicago, 31-
The two-week layoff during the
exams will set the team back con-
siderably bu the Spartan contest
ought to bring them back into good
shape for the Illinois meet later
in the week. Captain Gordon fenced
in the sabre event last year but has
also taken over the number one
position of the foils in order to
strengthen the team this year.

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ertheless.

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it is ir the outcome of these two Sure signs of spring
games that the title will probably air again as severae 0
hang Should Northwestern lose an-
ci h and Minnesota win, two league baseball clubs hav
tea:n 1ill go into a tie, and with swung into action in he*
aly a few games left to play, a camp, with the r,cmain
lie at this stage may prove disas- tems abeut to deertf
tious to the hopes of the Evanston
crew of winning a second major er and far western ,
championship this year. With Mich-. their drilling preparator
;nan and Indiana knotted for third opening of the major lea
psition with four wins and three paigns.
] ses apiece the outcome of their Of course anything n:
game here Saturday night will be befoore the beginning o
portant since one will forge son in the way of furth
ead while the other drops back injuries to stars, holdou
nto the pack, from where there is on, and so to make anyp
no rising, at this time may be rathe
fled, but at present it as
Other games Saturday night the two races in the nm
will bring together Chicago and will again be of the same
minois, and Wisconsin and I they were last year.
Purdue, in battles which will Philadelphia, in the
not have much effect on the league, seems to be "in"
e utcome of the scramble for championship campaign
the laurels. These teams are started. Several clubs, nc
all about in the middle of the York, Washington and
lst and one win or loss does may make things inter
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their position. enough trouble to the
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PUCKS TERS FACE
CRUCIAL GAMES
Badger Series This Week May
Decide Championship.
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oped enough to make him a valu-
able cog in the Michigan machine,
he had improved greatly since the
start of the season and was being
used with Schlanderer as a replace-
ment for the other members of the
forward line. With Schlanderer
playing as a regular, and Sindles
lost to the team, some other men
who have not yet seen service with
the Wolverines are expected to get
into action. Notable among the new
men who may play is Frumkes, who
has shown considerable ability i
workouts to date.
Wisconsin's team is scheduled to
arrive in Ann Arbor this morning
in order to allow it an extra day in
which to get accustomed to the ice
at the Coliseum,
Tank Win Over State
Tonight Is Predicted
(Continued From Page 6)
stroke event, while Klintworth
and Fenske will tear oil the 50-yard
swim. In the 440-yard race Kennedy
and Ladd will represent the Wolv-
erines, and Valentine and Schmielerj
will pair up for the 150-yard back
stroke.
Klintworth and Marcus are slated
to swim in the 100-yard race. Micn,-
igan's divers will be Fenske and
Raike as usual. In the last event on
the program, the 300-yard medlay
relay, Meigs, Schmieier, and Smith
will swim for the Varsity. This is
the same lineup that Mann has
used in his pre-season ierts and
has worked together quite satis-
fa etorily.
Trio of Track Teams
Will Meet Tomorrow
(Continued froin Page 6)
Wolfe should be able to capture a
couple of places for the Maie and
Blue totals.
As a whole the track squad is in
fine condition and has lost none
of its early season spirit. In the
meet tomorrow, Coach Hoy will
have to annex enough poini-ters,:7to
overcome the strong opposition
which the visitors will present in
every event. Captain Pottle will
also have to be at his best to beat
McKinley of Ypsi for the visitor has
a twelve feet six inch mark to his
credit which is the best that Pottle
has been able to tally thus far

receive numerals. Fechheimer w as
the high man last year with eight
points. March 20 is the date setC
for the aquatic tourney.
Indoor track will be held on tilC
19th of March. Contestants will bel
limited to two events, and no par-
ti(ipant may enter more than one
event which is 440 yards or more
in length. Haefel and hlift were
tied for top honors last'year with
ten points apiece.
Badminton is the third new sport
listed on the programme. Before
the time of. the tournament, which
its March 23, a group of expert
players will be on hand to demon-
strate and coach the game. Twenty-
one, the basketball shooting game,
will be started on March 30. Play-
ers will be paired off for an elim-
ination tourna ment. Last year's
;winner was Moss.

of a participant: in the present under a new manager, remains as winning pitchers to the club. The
heavyweight clashes, still remains the choice for the cellar position. Cubs., however, will have to beat
the most popular performer in the At best the Red Sox are only a out such strong clubs as St. Louis,
ring today. Nightly he draws more good minor league club. PPittsburgh, Brooklyn, and New
people than the boxers do them- In the National League the race York before it can lay claim to the
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Chicago Is Practically Certain
c f Staging Fijht Acco'rig
to William F. Carey.
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CHICAGO. Feb. 17- -Max Scimmel-
ng and W. L. Yong) Stribling
will fight for the world heavyweight
championship on the night of June
19-- and probably at Soldiers Field,
where Gene Tun icy thwarted the
comeback attemnut of Jack Demp-
sey in the battle of the long count.
William F. Carey, president and
genes al manager of the Madisoa
Square Gardn Cor?., wich iOlds
the rieh is te the servies of the
boxers, yes'erday qas f qu, -ositi've
of the date for the spectacle, and
"reasonably certain" that Chicago
would get the fight that has been
more or less of a waif since it was
pro ed several months ago.
Carey dfeclined to elaborate on1
his brief statement, made as he
hustled aboard a train for New
York. le had visited over lhe week-
end at the home of Sheldon Clark,
vho)until recently was president (f
t11 Chicago Stadium Corp.
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