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SUNDAY, FiEBRUARY 22;, 1931

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CROSMA SOES
P AIR OF__MA RKERS
Varsity Moves Into First Place
in Conference as Result
of Thrilling Win.
By Sheldon C. Fullerton.
Two goals, coming late in the
final period with Michigan valiant-
ly trying to protect a 1-0 lead, gave
the Wolverine hockey team a 3-0
victory over Wisconsin last night in
the wildest, wooliest, roughest, and
most exciting puck game that has
been played on the Coliseum ice in
the last several years. The victory,
achieved before a crowd of 2,000
fans, gives the Varsity a half game
lead over the Badgers, and puts
them in first place in the Confer-
ence race.
It has ben the general belief in
the past that the old 'knock 'emn
down, drag 'em out' prize. fights
were just about the roughest sort
of matches that the sport world
has ever known, but compared to
last night's encounter these affairs
were at best to be likened to a
present day tea party. Throughout
the entire third period four and at
times five Wisconsin players were
constantly circling the Wolverine
net, trying to break through to knot
the count st a single goal apiece,I
but between periods of play the
combatants on both teams took
time out to take out their anger on
one of the opposition. Maybe it
wasn't good hockey in the final
period, but the 20 minute period
was the wildest stretch of such
length as has been seen on the
Michigan campus iii many a day.
Crossman Stars.

Trounce Badgers in

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GOPHERS,_51 TO 13 TPNG-Thesesa spe.ia.ai
_rates M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9087.

Wvesley Ferrell .'
1931 Indian Cot
Wesley Ferrell, main
the Cleveland Indians'
staff, has at last leftthe
ranks and has indicated
is willing to affix his s
to his contract at the cl
ginal figure. His decis
made and sent to Gener
ager Billy Evans justba
fore the Cleveland bat
were due to leave for1
Orleans training camp.
derstood that the sala
will be around $15,000,
crease of 50 per cent
1930 salary figure. This
Ferrell's third year in t
leagues.
OLVE S IIN
Boilermakers Entertain
Tomorrow Night, M

MACKS BANK ON
ins c t VETERAN LINEUP
Zstay of Lack of Good Subs May Prove
hurling Disastrous to A's.
holdout(Continued From Page 6)
thatu catching assignment, with the aged
ignature .'
ub's ori- John Heving as his chief assistant.I
ion was Other receivers on the club are Les-
al Man- lie, and Palmisano, but both of
day be- them lack experience.
tterymen The Philadelphia pilot's chief1
the New task will be to develop a pitcheri
It is un- to team with his two aces, LeftyI
ry figure Grove and George Earnshaw. When
an in- both of these men are working
over his right the A's will be hard to stop,
s will be but if anything should happen to<
he major them the Athletic's chances would
take a mighty tumble. Rommellf
and Walberg are both capable per-]
formers, but are veterans. Leroy,
Mahaffey showed signs of develop-
ing last year, while Perkins and1
Arnold, both lefties, have had some 1
experience. Of other hurlers Glenn1
Liebhardt, Jr., son of the old Cleve-'
land twirler, looks to be the most]
promising. The list of other rookie
hurlers just breaking in with the
club consists of Snider, De Shong,
Varsity Cain, Carter, McDonald, Butcher,
ichigan and Mahon, a southpaw.

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MOUND Michigan Swimmers Will Meet W serve a s
lliois Monday Night. Serea
____ Sunday, 50c tc
Wok utDiy (Continued From Page 6) fixings with cl
Large Group W~ks tDayMichigan, took first, leaving second sty extres.
Under Coach's Direction and third places to Nappa and supper, 5 to 8
at Yost Field House. Blaisdale, Gophers, respectively. FORE
Kennedy came through with an- 538 Fo
Coach Ray Fisher has eighteen other first for Michigan in the 220-
pitchers working out under his di- yard swim, followed by Ladd, Wol-lUSED CLOTHES
rection in Yost Field house, and out verine, and Farrel, Minnesota. The Call 4310,, 215I
time was 2 minutes, 23 and three- Benjamin.
of this group he is endeavoring to fifths seconds. The final event on
find enough good men to build up the card, the 300-yard medley relay w
a strong twirling staff for the 1931 race, went to the Michigan team 'A
rvf Schmieler, Miller and Marcus.1-
campaign. The team came in with five yards STUDENTS for
The hurling staff is Fisher's to spare in three minutes, ten and five evenings;
greatest worry this year, as he has four-fifths seconds. Choc. Camp,5
plenty of material from which to With these two victories over I
build up a rormidable infield and Wisconsin and Minnesota put away fOR
outfield. Although there are only in the Wolverines' favor, prospects I RNT 1
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Shows Strength.
(Continued From Page 6)
For the last five minutes of the
game Michigan resorted to stalling
tactics, with In--
dina rushing
- v i nly for the i
ball, with the re-
1s ui1t t h at t h e
home team was
able to strength-
en its lead when
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To get down to the facts of the By virtue of this
game, it would appear that Keith win Coach Veen-
Crassman, redeeming himself for WEISS ker's forces are
his showing of Thursday night, was favored t o w i n
just about the whole show, although over Purdue when the two teaiis
he was given able support by every c ash at Lafayette tomorrow eight.
other member of the Wolverines, The Boilermakers defeated Indiana
notably Reid and Tompkins. Cross- 25-18 last week, and have been run-
man accounted for two of the ning into hard luck all season, with
Michigan goals, and was credited Johnny Wooden, star guard on-
with an assist on the otherh stantly u n d e r
Shortly after the opening of the cover. Wooden is
second period Crossman broke a dangerous man,x
through the entiretWisconsin team and s h o u 1 dm
and took a shot at the goal. TI. e break away may
puck hit the stick of Goalie Chick upset the dope for,
Frisch, and rebounded out on the the Wolverines. ___
playing surface, where Crossman Michigan h a s
was able to get to it and bat it developed into a
into the net. That was all the formidable scor-
scoring for the second session. ing combination
Fru kes Counts One. during the past
In one of the brief periods when m o n t h, and is
Michigan was on the offensive in sure to cause a
the third sesion Joe Frumkes, new plenty of worry jOHNNY WOOD4N,
wingman, took a pass from Cross- for its last four opponents. Petrie,
man from a mixup in front of the Eveland, Daniels, Altenhof, and
net to register his first goal as a Williamson work well together,
Varsity player. Then, less than two while Weiss and Tessmer are both
minutes before the final gun sound- capable of holding their own when
ed, Crossman broke lose with the ever inserted into the game.
puck, eluded the one Badger guard, TYPEWRITER
and sent the final goal into the net.
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xWisconsin goa, in uie azsui mnue
of play, was disallowed when it was
found that Wisconsin was playing'
six men on the ice when one of
them should have been in the pen-
alty box.
SUMMARIES
Michigan Pos. Wisconsin
Tompkins ......g...........Frisch
Wilifams........ld..... Gallagher
Prouse .........rd.......Metcalfe
Crossman ......c........... Bach
Reid ............lw..... Thompson
Schlanderer .... rw.... Meiklejohn
Spares: Michigan-Frumkes. Wis-
consin-Siegal, Kabat.
Michigan...........0 -2 3
Wisconsin............0-0-0--0
Scoring.
1st Period - None. Penalties-
Reid, Meiklejohn, Siegal.
2nd Period-Crossman 1:15. Pen-
alties-Reid, Meiklejohn, Metcalfe.
3rd Period=Frumnkes (Crossman)
14:45; Crossmai 18:35. Penalties-
Bach, Gallagher, Reid 2, Thomp-
son, Metcalfe.

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