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Indiana's Overwhelming Defeat
of Coach Keen's Men no
Test of Strength.
Final scores of a meet do not
always tell the whole story of the
comparative strength of the teams
competing, and such was decidedly;

3 g of Rf eree Detrimcnt
to Exellent Reputatso,
cfGco Sparismanship
By Joe Rus. cli.
With the isketball season well
ever half gone, one phase of Mich-
gan c ~e games has aroused much
comj-.t on the part of visitors
who have etteded these contests.1
''is ii the Storm of urote t which
cri es when.;v r the officials makL

the case when Indiana's vrestling a emon which is contrary to l e
team defeated the Wolverine grap- home interests. Booing the referee
isao time-honored customn, and is
piers here last Friday night by the 1cxp ted whenkept within certain
one-sided score of 25 to 5. This bounds, and before the present

Starwas Annexes State Light-
Heavy Weight Title in
Muskegon Tourney.
(Continued From Page 6)I
tunity to show. The awards for this
meet are silver statuettes.
One of Coach Let Philbin's star
proteges is Jack Starwas. Jack re-
cently won the light-heavyweight
championship of Michigan in Mus-
kegon by defeating Smeltikopf and
Wallace. Starwas won the right to
defend Eastern Michigan by defeat-
ing all candidates in a boxing meetI
at Lansing shortly before the finals!
in Muskegon.
Defeats Wallace.
in the two final bouts Starwas
-nst a boxer in the first fight and
came uO against a stiff puncher,
Wallace, in the second. In both
matches Jack had a big lead toj
win. In the last round of the finalE
bout, it was doubtful whether Wal-
lace would last the period but he
took terrific punishment to lose by
a decision to Starwas.
Jack Starwas will be sent to the
National Meet in New York city
on April 12, 13, and 14. He will be
entered as Michigan light-heavy-
weight champion. Although he is
not favored to win the National.
championship, the trip will give
him a great deal of needed experi-
ence. Jack has a stiff punch and
is a fairly good boxer for such a
hard puncher, Coach Philbin stated.

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result would naturaily be taken as
an indication that Michigan does
not have enywhere near the team
that it has been reported to have
but that is far from the true case.
Two Men Out.
While the Wolverine athletic
teams never like to be calamity
howlers and alibi themselves o
of defeats such as this one, there
does seem to be a reasonable ex-
planation in this case. Keen's men
were laboring under several handi-
caps Friday night, not the least of
which was the inability of two of
the best wrestlers to compete at
all because of injuries. Otto and
Captain Auer had been expected to
carry on for Michigan in the 126-
pound and heavyweight divisions
and their loss was keenly felt.
Stoddard Xl1.
In order to meet these vacancies
in the regular lineup, Coach Keen
had to put Bennett in the 126--
pound match, a coming young man
but one who had never seen action
in regular competition before, let
alone to go in against the toughest
team in the Conference. In the last
bout, Stoddard is a man to be reck-
oned with ordinarily, but when he
entered the ring Friday he was
running a temperature of 102 and
lasted only two minutes and 22
seconds before he was pinned by
Rascher, the Hoosier heavyweight.
As if this were not enough, Keen
had to use Parker in the 155-pound
match, the first real workout since
his layoff for the shoulder injury
he suffered lately. Consequently, he
was ragged and slow and could do
little against the Hoosier veteran
who won the decision from him.
Sigwart Stars.
Outside of Dougovito's fall, the
best fight put up by a Wolverine
Friday night must be accredited to
Sigwart, who opened the meet in
the 118-pound class against one of
the nation's best wrestlers, Ald-
ridge. The Michigan lightweight
grappler was giving a lively exhi-
bition of wrestling as he forced'the
bout into overtime periods, and he
was actually leading with a time
advantage of better than three
minutes when he was unexpectedly
pinned with only 36 seconds left
in the match. In spite of the final
result Sigwairt has plenty of credit
coming to him for the scrap he
To Meet Wildcats.
Before the Northwestern meet
which comes this Saturday, Coach
Cliff Keen is going to make some
radical changes in his lineup, so
that at best it is tentative righ
now. It is still a matter of question
whether Otto and Auer will ge
into the meet or not and the coach
feels that a few other changes may
react to Michigan's favor when they
tackle the Wildcats this weekend.
With this plan in mind, Keen wil
work his men hard this week in
order to get together a lineup tha
will justify the preseason dope tha
gave Michigan a chance to mak
a good showing this year.
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season, it seems to have been con-
fined to these bounds.

Hfewexer after the first few
ch expressions of per-
s,.n; l^Cilughave increased
rb For the first time
L"ta! started hissing and
x l; p when an opposing play-
e~rwod be sent from the floor
for. ;sonal fculr or at the dis-
cr.eC en ofc the opposing coach.
adverse demonstra-
tons have not lasted long, and
have usually been supplement-
ed by a plau,~e, but the damn-
age is done after the first hiss.
True this feeling is expressed by
only a few of the students who at-
tend the games, but it is these few
who create the impression which
lasts in the minds of the players
and visiting spectators alike, and if

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Word has been *Oeceiv'e I hat Ed
Don Geerge, former Uivrsity of
Michigan Varsity wr' :stier, has rec-
ceived an oiler to grapple with Jim
Londos in a finsh msat l C a 450,-
000 purse.
George is rcegn ed as one of
the outstanding ciaimats for the
woiIld's heavyweigh m a ihamion-
ship, but Londcs is conceded to be
the titleholder in several states.
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M'Carthy Also Seeks New
Hurlers in Attempt to
UseT Athletics.
(Continued From Page 6)
i , wil battle it out for the
K'top position. Gibson, a rookie
rider, is also with the team, but
o e:pected to amount to much.
v catchers, headed by the
>ii Bill Dickey, are on the
dsroster. Dickey is a depend-
receiver and a hard hitter, and
~ld take care of the regular
ignment in good form. Cy Perk-
the old Athletics' backstop, is
with the Yanks and should be
'sed as the first string substi-
SOther promising catchers are
d Jorgens, Tom Padden, and
Karlon, Jorgens being the only
with major league experience.
L is in the pitching department
t the Yanks are weakest. A once
PIant staff has been shattered
old age and misfortune, until
it is more or less of a make-
affair. George Pipgras, t e
of the mound corps, has re-
been operated upon for ap-
citis, and will be two months
in starting. :Herb Pennock is
onger a spring chicken, but can
cunted upon for some good
es. Charlie Ruffing at present
rs to be the team's best bet
7ong the younger men John-
herid and Gomez should im-
-a greatly, while the veteran Ed
S may also be counted upon
hs share of victories. Among
newcomers Jim: Weaver, a giant
eri from Baltimore, and Phil
rt, veteran National eLague
thpaw, appear to be the best
State Street Jewelers

Intrarn r y TINLIE
The. second event on the in -Inprovenent Shown by Pitchers
fraternity swimming calend r wl \orking Out Daily Under
be run off this week, with the lina Coach Ray Fisher.
of the fraternity meet sch iled ___
for Friday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. (Continued From Page 6)
The preliminaries will be held Wed- ssignment.
nesday night at 7:30, this date hav- The receiving end of the battery
ing been moved back from Monday is not causing Fisher as much wor-
when the prelims were to have 1 ry, inasmuch as he has three vet-
taken place. Both Wednesday's and!ccans bck from last season. At the
Friday's events will be held yn the present time he is just trying to
F polish off a few of the rough spots.
pool of the Intramural Sports The general call will probably be
building. issued towards the end of next
Last year's winner, Phi Kappaweek, at which time intensive bat-
Psi, is favored to rerpat again this ting practice will get under way.
season, since it won the first fra- In Hudson and Tompkins Fisher
ternity aquatic honors of the year feels he has the two best hitters
by capturing the dual meet cham- he has ever been fortunate enough
pionship. to coach, and at the same time is
Eight events are listed-200-yard hoping that Daniels will display
relghy,50- abreasitstroed- 20 more of his hitting ability than he
relay, 50-yard breaststroke, 50, ?20 did last year.
and 100-yard tree styles, 50-yard With the return of three inflield-
back stroke, 150-yard medley relay, Wih tnd tw rout reersFie r'-
and fancy diving, which will con- ers and two outfielders, Fisher's
sist of four required and four op- chief worry aside from his battery
tional dives. Each contestant may will consist in finding a capable
etrtwo events and one of the , he,-tstop. There is a possibility that
enter f he will shift Daniels from second to
The four men making the best { h ert s
times in the preliminaries of each ih ofb v n
event will qualify for the finals, as rOup capable sophomores
will the four best teams in the re- Fihner is decidedly optimistic over
lays. h: ch:nees in the coming cam-

Every Varsity Team
Against Rivals
Next Five D

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for no other reason than pride in Starts in Flint. . W---~ W
the good name which Michigan Flint Central boxing classes gave (Continued From Page 6)
holds athletically, a spirit of great- Starwas his first instruction. Pro- for a pair of games. Much depenas f
or sportsmanship should be shown fessional boxers in and around upon the outcome of this sies,
the invading contestants. Flint taught the classes, several of withn Micigan trailing the Badgersh
those students now being in pro- by a slight margin in the standings. We
:c n the opposing players fessional circles. In addition to The Conference idoor track see-
er- vaooth. e s which have Jack's honors won in Flint, he holds I so. will get under way Saturday, -
ben c:ed on Mchigan play- the middleweight campus title. when the Wolverines ply aie to-
,the Wlverine stands have the Chicago Maroons in Lost Field
lkcn up tie habit of trying to WALIKEHTe FACE ue. The Miect'gon o ach
-e the invading player mr i TO --Funuer the direci n ) ach .,
he o by causing a noi-e. RISKO AT MIAMI Charles Hoyt, are al-Iiciamro sne cc-
This is punishable at the will of their most successfui seaso;
L the referee by calling an- Meet Tonight dn First Bout fand with plenty of rood materil
Mee Toigh ;nFirt Butof (
o. fo sho-, thus giving the . in all events should e erence little
player a doule chance to ad- Southern i st c Crnivad. dimulty in triumphing over the
vance his team's score. This is aggregation of thinclads from the
not fair to the Michigan team, MIAMI la.,Feb.23-MickeyWindy City.
and is discourtious to the guests Fk la eb. 23. Miey Coach Johnstone il
of &hign. God ortsman- I Walker will renew his heavyweight fences agains
cnsstof ,gn. ae outof lac Riko o Clvelnd.eaders at Cia., a ,v- f I n
-weud seem to dictate that campaign in a ten round ma this week end. Fi
sbh emt dcaeta tonight with the durable Johnny ti eked rl' h ulr
emo is are out of place ghwhnyare carded to apoer V-7 the
y _en hen they are greeted The fight is the first of a dou- g
y stheyraga on Saturday with the Maroon
t m i t are. ble-barreled fistic carnival under team as their ipnositon
Why not get behind the Wolver- the palms this winter in the Miami
ine teams by showing greater ap- arena built by the Madison Square R1A C
prciation of really good play on' Garden corporation, which with
th7e part of both squads Partisan- drew from the setting this year -E~ nA
ship is expected, but rabid hostility after promoting two annual fes- --
such as has been expressed in many tivals of sock. The freshman bakeTball sfpud, f k;
instances is not. One can be just "Pa" Stribling is directing the whose success this year has been
as good a Michigan fan in this Walker-Risko show and featuring practically negligibe, will clmpretekx
manner, and would help give the it with three-round exhibitions by the seasons work-outs next Monday
school a name throughout the his son. Young Stribling, and Max Coach Ray Fisher do eribed
Western Conference as one which Schmeling. year's freshman talent a. qui
stands for clean play in the rooter's On March 5, Primo Carnera, the mediocre and doubts whether aj-
benches as well as on the floor. ambling Alp from Italy, is book- of the men will be rp for'arIty
ed to defy the handicap of a crack- competition when the next basket
ed rib and take on his erstwhile throwing season roll around.
C ago Battery en Boston conqueror, Jimmy Maloney, A few of the men, however, are
Await Rest of Squad in a 10-round contest under the big, a fact which s decidedly to
promotion of Frank J. Bruen. their advantage.
(By v sJsociaztcd P'ress) -_______________________________-__________ _____
AVALON, Cal., Feb. 23. - The
-t itching and catching department SEE "ART" IN HIS NEW LOCAT ON
of the Chicago Cubs, having pro-
ignsscd i training to the extent ofFU
causing the first box score of the Formerly located on North University
season, today awaited the arrival
Y of the rest of the squad. The
With pitchers and catchers op-
1 erating at all positions yesterday, a ART MILCER, Prop.f
- six-inning contest was played be-
t twecn the Pat Malones and the 617 EAST WILLIAM STIZE1T
t Gabby Hartnetts. The Malones wonsd Cm,
e the decision, 5 to 4, on the strength' Jpst Around the Corner from StateStreet
of three hits by Bob Osborn.

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