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February 20, 1931 - Image 6

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Mich igan






Michigan Pos Wisconsin
Tompkins.....g......... Frisch
Williams.......Id.... Gallagher
Prouse........rd..... Metcalfe
Crossman ....c.......... Bach
Reid...........lw... Thompson
Se handerer ..rw... Meiklejohn
Spares:i fhigan K- Frukcs.
Visconsin--Siegal, Kabat.

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Varsity Offense Fails to
Near Opponent's Goal;
Tally Disallowed.


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By Sheldon C. Fullerton
Noticeably off form offensively as'
a result of the long layoff durin g
examinations, Michigan's hockey
sextet was held to a G-0 deadlock1
last night by a stubborn Wisconsin
defense in the first Conference i
clash of the season at the Coli-
seum. Although the teams battled
through two overtime periods, nei-
ther one was able to push in the
marker that meant a victory and a
better chance for the Big Ten title.
Even though Michigan should
drop tomorrow night's clash, thef
second game of the Wisconsin se-
ries, the Wolverines would still
maintain a mathematical chance
to tie for the Conference title, but Emmy Reid.
it is .generally conceded that the Varsity left wing, who was the
team that wins tomorrow's game only Michigan forward consistently
will be the one that will finally able to bother the Badger defense
annex the championship. men in last night's game.
First Period Fast. -}
Lastnigh's gme, hileclose ...
throughout, lost much of its inter-
est and excitement after the first
period. In this opening round the
play was fast and hard, with nu-
merous arguments enlivening the I FI
fray during the entire 20 minutes. 'LO I IU
Evidently the players of both teams
were warned about the rough tac- Pitchers and Catchers Drilling
tics, however, as the game settledD
down to a more or less unexciting Daily to Secure Berths
defensive battle from the second on Diamond Squad.
session on.
Late in the opening period Emmy With all sections of the country
Reid shoved a perfect pass from turning to baseball activities in the
Schlanderer into the Badger net training camps of the south and
for what looked to be a sure goal, west, Michigan's diamond aspirants
but Referee Rankin claimed to have are making things hum in the daily
blown his whistle for an offside just battery practices in Yost Field
before the shot was made, and the house.
goal was disallowed. Coach Fisher has nearly twenty
Offense Fails. men working out under his direc-
Michigan's offensive failed to tion every day. Pitchers and catch-
work effectively at any time last ers will be the only players practic-
night, Keith Crossman especially ing for the next several days, the
appearing to be off form. On nu- infielders and outfielders not being
merous occasions the Wolverine called until later.
forwards were able to work the Only three of the candidates try-
puck up to the Wisconsin net, only ing for positions on the. Wolverine
to lose it through careless puck squad are catchers, the rest are
handling or by a bad pass to a seeking duty on the mound. Doug-
teammate. Wisconsin's offense, cen- las, Diffley, and Moore are the

1st Period--No scoring. Penal-
ties - Thompson, Schlanderer,
2n. P N o AL 7:30 tonight in Yost Field
2nd Period --No scon-'. Penal- House Michig wves n team
ties-Siegal, Bach. will go to the mat with the gram-
3rd Period-No scoring. Pen- plers from the Univeri of Indi-
alties-Gallagher, Metcalfe, Sie- ana in what should ' most
gal, Schlanderer. sr important meet for the 'lverines
1st Overtime 1'riod-o scor- this season. The Hooa;er squad
ing. Penalties -- Crossman. Mei- consists mainly of veterans from
klejohn. last year's team that gave the Maizes
2nd Overtime Period-No scor- and Blue its only setback and the
ing. invaders hope to repeat. Coach
Keen and his men have dinlerent,
ideas so the meet stacks up to be
the best of the year.
The wrestlers from Bloomington
have already defeated Purdue and
Northwestern and they enter Ann
Arbor with all intentions of con-
tinuing their winning streak at the'
expense of iC)hign' tcam. The
Hoosicrs Carded fa tomorrow; 'single injury that threatened to
'eT;dim their hopes has been removed
Purdue Stated for Gam, since Rascker of the heavyweight
at Lafa.yette Monday. division is over his shoulder injury
and ready to wrestle.
Coach Venker has been using Sigwart to Meet Star.
the last few days to the utmost In the 118-pound class Sigwart!
advantage by getting his men back of Michigan will take on Aldridge
in s'ape for a strenuous week-endk o is one of the best wrestlers in
national circles, being runner-up
after the lay-off during the exam- last year, and the dope points to an;
ination period. This week promises interesting bout to start the eve-
to be one of the hardest on the I ning's card. Otto, Wolverine, will
Michiane scthe aesn theolves wrestle Hawkins in the 126 division.
gtdh W I The former is one of the best men
meet two strong teams in Indiana on the Michigan roster and stacked1

Team WV L T i'ct..
IWisconsin.......3 2 1 .60,)
MICHIGAN .....2 2 1 .500
itnnescta .......2 3 0 .400
_ic!igibiy T .Kes Havy IJoil
Jnaan W'in Prediutod.
ichigan's gymnastics team jour-
neys to linok; tomorrow xviih
'ZOIght hoj302 ()f Vi5cTr . I eligibilt ~
has weakened. the t~am io sur:I an
extent the Coach Test will :ot
ihave eiaw;;h n 'I t enter thOe
igular num'ler of three men in
each cvcut
Jack oldSmih will lead the
team in the high bar event, with
Ellsworth, a newcomer, entered
with him. Steinburg and Hanna
will carry the veight of two events,
being the only entries in the side-
horse and parallel bar. In the fling-
rings Parker and Decker will up-
hold the Michigan colors.
The regular three entries are
only available in the tumbling divi-
sion of the gym meet, Parker,
Goldsmith, and Ellsworth. Decker
will swing the Indian clubs as
This revised lineup means that
I every man on the Michigan squad
will have to enter two events. But
even this will not give Michigan
sufficient entries in four events.
The lack of entries will cost the
final Michigan score against Illi-
nois, between 150-300 points.
This is Michigan's first year in
Big Ten gymnastic circles and they
ineligibility blow has swept aside
any hopes for a very successful year
in this sport. Minnesota was rated
on the same level with Michigan
during the first semester. Illinois
defeated Minnesota by a close mar-
gin and Coach West considered his
former squad equal to Illinois' with
a good chance of winning Satur-
day's meet.
Fred Schiller and Harry Stein-
burg are the two stars lost to the
team. The former won two firsts
and the latter a first and a second
against Ohio State in the first Con-
ference meet of the season.
Any sophomore interested in
trying out for track manager
report at the Yost Field House
after 3 o'clock or call 8974 for
further information.
George J. Weyl, nmauager.

De.eat of Spartan Team Gives
Coach Confidence in Squad
for Conference Battle.
After winning easily from Michi-
gan State, Coach Johnstone con-
siders his f-ncing team in excellent
shape to fence the Big Ten cham-
nion Illinois squad at Urbana Sat-
The Iinois roster includes two
individual champions of last year,
Captain Seibert, epee, and Schlic-
kert, sabre. This veteran aggrega-
tion also includes Wheeler, epee,
Gilbert, strong man in the foils,
and Friedberg, left-handed master
of the foils.
Against the champion, Schlickert,
Captain Gordon of Michigan won
one match and lost one in the
sabres last year. Schlickert was
probably the strongest sabre man
in the Conference. Haier, foils, and
G r o s s, sabre, were Conference
champions last year but are lost to
the Illini by the graduation route.
Without these two champions Illi-
nois is the strongest team in the
Big Ten and if Michigan can win
Saturday from them, they should
follow it up with the Conference
Captain Gordon will lead his
team in the foils and sabre. The
latter is his favorite division but
lack of material made him accept
the foil position. Friedman and
Lovell will be Michigan's other two
entries in the foil- event and De-
Stefano will team with Gordon in
the sabres.
Coach Johnstone will send Powers
and Winig against Illinois in the
epee division. Riechardt was ineli-
(Continued on Page 7)

Carl A. S. Coan,

Track star from the University
of Pennsylvania, who recently de-
feated Ray Conger at New York,
by running the fourth fastest eight
furlongs in history. His time was


on Saturday and Purdue on Mon- up against the man who won his H
day. !match by a fall in 56 seconds HELEN HICKS WINS
Aagainst Northwestern last Saturday, IN FLORIDA MA TCH
After a tw1o--week rest it is no( is bound to give the fans a rea ___
easy job for the men to get back rappbon givethen n- -l
into the tip-top condition they were Grappring exiii dB-Diana Fishwick, British Golfer,
in before that time, and due to Woodward for Michigan and Bel- '
the lack of competitoin in thU shaw, Indiana captain, will pair up Loses to Anlerican, 6 and 5.
Mihigan Stakteomatigamethe ! in the 135-pound bout for another
Michigan State Normal game the hard-fqught battle. Stubby little (7v "i P"s>
- s al eharder. Benz, a favorite with the Michigan PALM BEACH, Fla., Feb. 19. -
Indiana wil bring an almost en- fans, will wrestle another Indiana Helen Hicks, the strapping young -
tirely veteran five to Ann Arbor veteran, Goings, and try to hand .o
Saturday night, only one man being out another defeat to the Hoosier American girl who wallops a golf
on the first string quintet who was vho lost last Satturday night. ball with masculine punch and
not on last year's Varsity squad., Hoosiers Have Veterans. power, scored a brilliant triumplh
Michigan and the Hoosiers are tied In the 155-pound class Michigan today over the blonde little British
for third place in the Conference will enter Parker against Ross of champion, Diana Fishwick, in the
race, and the outcome of the con- football fame at Bloomieton, and. first major international match
test will probably have a distinct there are no indications 1ha this between the rival women forces
bearing on the final standings. match will be any less s re nious now concentrated on the Florida
In yesterday's practice session than any other on the schedule of front.
Coach Veenker drilled the Wolv-I bouts. Keen will put Dougivito, who They met in the semi--finals of
erines on new plays in his effort has often demonstrated his clever- the Florida women's championship
to bolster the offensive drive of the I!ness on the mat for Michigan's ben- tournament, over the course of the
team. After working on the new (Continued on Page 7) Palm Beach. Country Club,
plays, the squad was divided up
and sent through a short scrim-
mage session. Later on the men '
were given a drill on foul shooting.


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tering around Thompson, Meikle-
john, and Bach, also showed nice
form in taking the rubber up the
ice, but were unable to break
through the stellar Wolverine de-
fense combination of Prouse and l
Both goalies were responsible for
several good stops, but for the most
part Tompkins found the going
much easier than the guardian of
the Cardinal meshes. The Wolver-
inc net-minder halted 16 attempts
at the Michigan goal, while goalie
Chick Frisch of Wisconsin was
credited with 27 stops.
Michigan's play showed that the
team greatly missed the assistance
of Tommy Courtis, who has been!
lost to the club by graduation. Joe
Frumkes, a sophomore, was used as
a spare and skated fairly well, al-
though he is in need of considera-
ble experience.
Now i3 the time to inprove your
swing anc enjoy golf was it should
be played.
For Golf Instruction
Call 4480
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three men ready for action behind
the bat. All three are new to the
Varsity squad, the receivers on the
1930 nine having all graduated.
Compton,. Kiegler, McNeil, and
Bartholomew are the veteran hurl-
ers returning from last year's dia-
mond aggregation.
Among the sports notables who
have lately taken unto themselves
a wife is Benny Friedman, former
football star of the University of
Michigan, who L; at present honey_
mooning with his wife at Coral Ga-
bles, Florida.

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The gym team is in need of
experienced gymnasts. All stu-
dents, eligible this semester, with
experience report to Coach West
in the auxiliary gym of the In-
trarnural building Tuesday, Feb.
24 in the afternoon.
Coach West


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