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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

,"'NDAY, FITDUARY 22, 1931

Wolverine

arsity agers efeat osiers,

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I IN[IPHILADELPHIA'S PENNANT CHANCESI
DEPE NDON VETERAN PERFORMERS
I(T TFID P AC E (ditor's Note: This is thefirst-
of a series of articles dealing with
thechances of the major league
Michigan Favored to Win Over clubs this season.) Ch
Purdue Tomorrow Night Connie Mack, veteran pilot of the
at Lafayette. World's Champion Philadelphia
Athletics, has his job cut out for
By Joe Russell him if he wants to gain his third
Michigan climbed into undisputed consecutive American League title ing
third place in Western Conference and the subsequent shot at the Na- wh
basketball rankings last night by tional League titleholders in the byt
soundly defeating Indiana in the world series. The
Field House by a 33-24 count. The The same old sob story that was wel
game was fast and somewhat rough heard at the beginning of the 1930 oug
throughout, with the hard play re- season is heard again this year-. allo
suithin two Hoirsbigsent yand
tihgwin wrHoosiers bemigcens Mack is going to have his troubles
to the showers when the officials if any one of his regulars is put T
called four fouls apiece on Camp- out because of injuries. The fact Coa
bell and Veller. that he was extremely lucky in this too
The Wolverines were tied for respect last year doesn't mean that had
Norm Daniels once again led his Lady Luck is going to favor him tak
team in the matter of dropping the again this season, and if she once Ihi
ball through the hoop, connecting fails the tall Athletics' pilot, thererfor
for four field goals and three fouls is likely to be another club ready all
for a total of 11 points to step into first pace. Al Simmons Mic
third place with Coach Dean's quin- Philadelphia has a veteran club, for one reason or another. thr
~:.tet when the game built up largely around brilliant Al Simmons, Mule Haas, and wh(
started, and with tefa
individual players and a quartet of Bing Miller are regarded as the
the play half gone wn
it apar tha t old timers that may slip at any regular outfield trio, and when wi
t he Cr imson time. It possesses strength at bat working up to par represents one G
{ w g back o and in the field, a group of tried of the best group of tiychasers in Sch
3 ould go back to stars of many big league campaigns. the majors. Simmons ranks as the LOv
Strailing Minneso- But that is not the true picture of greatest outfielder in the game to- ofi
tai.an Nor est- the Athletics. In reality the club day, while Haas is a steady, if not oth
tead forthwes - is traveling upon the veritable brilliant, perforner. Miller is one not
ernor theoe eur- shoestring, without a single capable of the real veterans of the league, fan
ing 13-12 in their substitute on its roster to replace and while he still plays a steady the
f vor when the a regular should he be forced out game, he may give way at any time. wh
half cae. This -i For substitutes Connie Mack has lini
DANIELS first half Twas a-several rookies, no one of which 'F
ther porly played on the part of Mhas had much experience. Moore fea
both teams, but Michigan held the I and Cramer appear to be the best pra
advantage during most of the time. of the lot, the others being Lessley, we
Miller opened the scoring with a Finney, and Johnson, the latter a oft
neat and underbasket shot, but V [fI14obrother of Roy Johnson of the De- Wi
Eveland with a foul and Petrie with troit Tigers. Chi
a long torn brought the Maize and ------ tha
Blue to the lead, Wolves Show Improved Form RISKE Y SPONSORS a s
from which they as They Hold Opponents ORIENTAL LEAGUE
were not headed to 1163-844 Score.
until just before :':<to 1163-844:Score.
the period ended, ,h.a.j Frst Basketball Game Goes to
when Zeller sank ney t ins wih aweakened Jps Over Chinese, 16-14.
a long try to put ..squad due to the ineligibility of its -
his team into the.stars, Schiller and Harry Steinburg, Earl Riskey of the Intramural de- Bi
lead.Shle n arySenu
Coach Veenker and emerged on the low side of a partment is sponcoring a new league'
used some power- 1163 to 884 score, for all-year competition. The new Whi
ful talk between Coach West in commenting on International league will include for!
halves, however, the result, said that the Michigan Japanese, Chinese, Filipino, and Nin
and the Wolves I A N score was about 220 points highers son
came back to than his highest hopes had allowed. iof
drive to a 17-13 lead from which The seam showed great improve- In the first basketball game in the
they were not headed except when ment over its previous showing. the league, the Chinese defeated att
the Hoosiers led momentarily at Entering the meet as the under- the Japanese when Lee sank a long wh:
19-17. Here Michigan took matters dog, Coach West's squad sprang a shot late in the last period. Lee, wit
into its own hands and launched surprise to the Illinois followers by ' Te
an attack wlich put the game on piling up a high score in the first Fong, and Yuen made the Chinese
ice events. Although Michigan could scores while C. Yamagiwa, J. Yama-
(Continued on Page 7) not gather in many firsts, its high giwa, Gosno, and Kioto upheld the I
___team score was the result of the Japanese scoring.
BOX SCORE I improved form of the members. The Japanese team had a better
Michigan fg ft tp This was the second gymnastic passing attack, and just lacked the
Petrie, f.............. 2 0 4 meet in the history of Michigan final punch to win the game.
Eveland, f...........2 5 9 against a Conference opponent. The
Weiss, f.............. 2 2 6 Wolverines started out their first B BIG TEN STANDINGS
Daniels, c.......... 4 3 11 year with a comparatively strong Northwestern..... ..8 1 .889
Altenhof, g..........0 0 0 aggregation, but with the robbery Minnesota...........7 2 .778
Tessmer, g..........0 0 0 of Schiller and Steinburg from the MICHIGAN..........5 3 .625
Williamson, g ....... 1 1 3 squad, the morale of the squad Indiana.............4 4 .500
Shaw, g..............0 0 0 was badly shaken. However, with Furdue.............4 4 .500
-- - the strong showing against Illinois Illinois............. 4 5 .444'
Totals...........11 11 33 and with an unusually strong group Chicago............ 3 5 375
of freshmen coming up next year, Viscrsn36.3
Indiana fg ft tp Coach West is optimistic about fu- Ohio State.2 5 .286
Miller, f..............3 2 8 ture Maize and Blue gymnastic Iowa ....2 7 .222
Dauer, ............ 0 0 0 teams
Veller, f.............. 1 2 4i ____-
Dickey, c............. 3 1 7'
Zeller, g..........t. 2 0 4,
Campbell, g. . 0 1 1
Massy, g.............0 0 01
Totals............9 6 24
Officials, Jensen and Cleary. I

ampion Indians Run up Score
of 14-3 to Give Varsity
Thorough Trimming.
linois walked off with the fenc-
meet at Champaign last night
en they defeated the Wolverines
the one-sided score of 14 to 3.
Conference champicl h ve a
1-balanced team and L ,Ithor-
hly demonstrated the fact by
wing three wins to the Maize
I Blue swordsmen.
his setback was hardly what
ch Johnstone expected when he'
.k his men out of town for heI
counted on Captain Gordon to
e one or two of his matches.'
s was not the case, however,
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SPORTS CALENDAR
Monday
Basketball, Purdue........there
Swimming, Illinois....... there
Friday
Hockey, Minnesota.....4...here
Swimming, Northwestern ..here
Fencing, Wisconsin .....Chicago
Gym, Triangular Meet . .Chicago
Saturday
Basketball, Wisconsin .....there
Hockey, Minnesota ........ here
Wrestiing Northwestern...there
Traci, Chicago ............ here
Fencng, Chicago .........there
Gym, Minnesota ..........there
~ILD~i5 EFEA
ID~A IVE, O-3O

TOMPKINS STARS
IN HOCKEY TILT

SWIMMERS DEFEAT
MINNESOTA, 51-13
Schmieler Sets New National
Collegiate Breast Stroke
Record for 220-Yards.

Purdue Wins From Wisconsin
f llmin i, Swrn Chlirfc

as

the Wolverine captain droppc i zs wamps%.ui cagu;
of his matches to the Illini, and Minnesota Wins.
higan's trio of wins came I
ough the efforts of Friedman, Northwestern resumed its march
o won both of his duels and Des- toward a basketball championship
ano, who accounted for the other last night by defeating Iowa at
1. Iowa City 40-30. The Wildcats re-
zordon lost his grudge fight with ceived a temporary set-back at the
hlickert in the sabre event and hands of Illinois last week, but are
vel also took defeats as his share still favored to win their second7
the meet. Winig and Powers, the major championship of the year
er Wolverines on the trip, did when the final standings are com-
e Wover onp etherip, di- piled. Iowa is now undisputedl
t come out on top either. Deste- holder of last place in the Con-
o inr the foils and Friedman in ference with seven losses and two
sabre saved the neet from a wins.
itewash at the hands of the Il Minnesota kept one game behind
' gxthe leaders in the race for Purdue's
is startling and unexpected do- conb iteo 22 itr
v will probably make the team rooerOhio State at Columbus. This
etice hard during the coming loss pushes the Bucks into ninth
ek in an effort to regain some place ahead of Iowa.
the lost laurels as they meet Illinois continued the winningl
sconsin next Friday, Feb. 27, at streak which has accounted for
icago. Coach Johnston:: stated victories in its last four ganes at
.t the Illini competition was of the expense of Chicago when the
tilfer grade than he had expect- Midway quintet proved no match
for the Indians rolling up a 45-22
victory over ne Maroons.
indy City's Baseball Purdue again inserted itself into
the Conference picture when the
Nines ar oCampsBoilermakers romped over Wiscon-
sin at Lafayette by an overwhelm-
tal of Cilicago's major league ing 46-27 count. Purdue showed that
seball teams b,)vc l]ft for their it is back on itsgaelsnih
ining camps. The Cubs and ti and may prove dangerous to Mich-
ite Sox left last night for Cali- igan when the Wolves invade La-
nia and T e x a s respectively. fayette tomorrow night.
Le members, including Hack Wil- Minesota and Northwestern will
, champion home run slugger. meet at Minneapolis tomorrow
last season, entrained to meetnight in a game which may decide
battery members of the Cubs the winner of the championship.
their California training camp,! This game wil be the most im-
ile Manager Donie Bush started portant in the Conference this year,
h a group of 24 for San Antonio and all eyes wil be centered on its
xas as the Sox advanced guard. outcome.
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Michigan's swimming team had
no trouble at all in defeating the
Minnesota natators in the second
meet of their trip into the territory
of conference opposition by the
overwhelming total of 51 to 13. The
Wolverines flashed real style and
speed and held the lead for the en-
tire meet.
The 440-yard relay team of Mar-
cus, Fenske, Klintworth and Smith
opened the meet by taking the race
by a full 15 yards. The time was
three minutes and 49 seconds. In
the next event, the 200-yard breast
stroke, Schmieler won with a time
of 2 minutes, 32 and two-fifths sec-
onds to set a new national collegi-
ate record. Miller of Michigan came
in second and Kruger of Minnesota
took third place.
Jack Tompkins, In the 440-yard event Kennedy
Varsity goal tender, whose sterl- and Ladd of Michigan won with
ing work in the nets last night went I Farrel of Minnesota placing third.
a long way toward preventing al The time was five minutes, 14 and
Wisconsin victory. Michigan won I two-fifths seconds. Marsh of Min-
the game 3-0 nesota flashed through in the 150-
yard backstroke to take the only
-, ,first place for the Gophers in one
Participation Increases minute, 47 and one-fifth seconds.
in Intramural Sports Valentine and Meigs, Wolverines,
captured the second and third
The Intramural Sports building placehonors respectively to keep
management recently issued a re- he Michigan total of points steadi-
port estimating that the number

of individuals and teams that are
participating within a period of a
week far exceeds former years. The
leagues for the various sports are
larger than ever before with new
activities.

Schmieler took another first place
in the 100-yard swim in 55 seconds.
Smith took second for Michigan
and Harden of Minnesota came in
third. In the diving event, Raike,
(Continued on Page 7)

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Its Fun to Make
Things!

That is why we are having this big contest
men, women, boys and girls may take part.

in which

Score by halves:
Michigan.........
Indiana..........

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SPRING
IS ALMOST HERE
Now is the time to improve your
swimg and enjoy golf as it should
be played.
For Golf Instruction
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or Intramural Bldg.
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Our Weekly Financial
Letter Contains
Analysis of
Amn. Water Works
Continental Can

IN A SWIRL OF DUST the pony
express arrived! Carrier of the
news in 1870! Messages from the
East, news of ships just docked
from foreign ports, dispatches of
local importance, were contained in
the sack the rider carried.
OVER WIRES AND CABLES and
through the air Associated Press
dispatches are sent to the various
parts of the country and abroad-
today. The (Newspaper) receives
these A. P. messages daily. Keep
yourself posted on the accurate, up-
to-the-minute news of

Everyone may get into this game and make the thing that
is to his or her particular liking.
There will be a big thrill in seeing something on exhibi-
tion that you have made, and more than this, there will
he a big satisfaction and pleasure in the making of it.
Bring in old things or new, things made years ago or
things made only yesterday. The only rule of the con-
test.is that all articles must be handmade. Anyone may
participate. -No entry blanks are required.
Divisions of the Contest are Listed Below
Call at Any Red Arrow Place for
List of Prizes
NEEDLE WORK: Dresser set, Towel, Bed Spread,
Pillow-top, Handkerchief, Apron, Oldest piece of needle
work. WEAVING: Best table mat, Best rag bath rug.
PAINTING: Best painting by child under 14. WOOD
CARVING: Most original idea, Most unique, Best work-
manship. LAMP SHADES: Most artistic, Best work-
manship. TOYS: Original wooden toy, Best mechanical
toy. MODEL AEROPLANES: Most exact reproduc-
tion, Best workmanship. BIRD HOUSES: Best all
'round house, Most unique or odd house, Best feed-
ing station, Best house of bark. DOLLS: Best dressed,
Best hand made. ARTIFICAL FLOWERS: Best bow-
quet made of crepe paper. DRAWING: Best drawing by
child under 14. FAMILY EXHIBIT: The best exhibit
of three or more pieces of handicraft made by two or
moi'e members of the same family.
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