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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1931

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Varsity

Cagers Scrimmage

in Preparation

for

Badger Game

REGLARS DEFEAT1
SUBST-ITUTE TEAM
Daniels, Eveland Score Well
From Floor; Weiss Shows
Fl4shes of Form.t
When Coach Veenker's Wolver-
ines face the Wisconsin quintet
Saturday night at Madison they
will be in much better condition,
both mentally and physically, than
they were when the Boilermakers
scored their victory over them
Monday night.
" In preparation for the Badger
contest the Michigan team went
through a long scrimmage session
in the practice held yesterday in
the field house. The squad was
divided into two.
teams, the Blues
and the Whites.
Ev-eland and
Weiss, forwards,
Daniels, center,
Williamson a n d,
Altenhof, guards
started for the
Blues. On the op
posing five were
MacDonald a n d
Hudson at t h el
forward positions, WEISS
Ricketts at cen-
ter, and Shaw and Tessmer at the
guard berths.
At the middle of the first half
Ricketts and Tessmer were shifted
to the guard posts on the Blue team,
and Petrie went in at forward for
Weiss. Williamson and Altenhof
went over to the Whites, and Gar-
ner came in as center. The Blues
were ahead at the end of the first
half of the scrimmage, 17-13. With
the opening of the last part of the
session Weiss and Akershook took
over the forward berths, while
Shaw replaced Garner at center for
the Whites. The
other team re-
mained intact.

Prick Team Needs One
Victory to Gain Title
(Continued From Page 6)
Jones, goalie; Conway and Hollings-
worth, defense men; Johnson, cen-
ter; and Ryman and gibbs at for-
wards. The Gopher reserves will
probably be all or any part of the
following: Constantine, Todd, Run-
dell, Ells, Bergeron, and Carlson.
Johnson, Ryman, Gibbs, and ToddI
are the ou tscandm_ men on thei
team as they proved when they
met the Wolverines last time.
Michigan's squad conpleted its
practice last night and the men l
will now take a rest today before
starting the series with tomorrow
night's game. In this way they will
be all set to enter the first game in
the best of condition as the prim-
ary step towards chalking up the
single or double wins thatumean
a title for Michigan again this
year.
Coach Keen Seeks to Develop
Aggressive Spirit in
Varsity Matien.
With the Northwestern meet only
three days away, Coach Keen
worked his men hard in their prac-
'Lice session yester day afternoon.
The wrestling mentor is not taking
any undue chances on the Wol-1
verines failing to make a better
showing against the Wildcats this
Saturday night than they did a-
gainst the Hoosier grapplers last
Friday night.
The main purpose in these work-
outs this week has been, is, andI
will be, to more fully develop the
offense of the Michigan matmen.f
Aggressiveness is the one thing that
Keen is continually pounding into
his men, so that they will have that

TOLANTOFACE
CHIC. AGO STAR

E

TO BETTER INFIELD I5Kram x
SWIMMING MEET
New Third Sacker and Shortstop
Needed to Put Indians Theta Chi swam out to lead the1
i Pennant Chase. pack of inter-fraternity swimmers
last. night when it, gatherea 131
(Continued From Page 6i points in the finals of three events.
Alpha Kappa Lambda placed sec-
Cleveland is still trying to land jono in the inconplete results by
Willie Kamm from the White Sox, gaining 9 points. Tau Kappa Ep-
in a deal for Fonseca, but the trade silon won 5, Lambda Chi Alpha 3,
has been held up by Morgan's de- and Alpha Tau Omega and Tau
iAlpha Epsilon each won one point.
cision. If Morgan changes his mind Finals 220-yard free style-Hart-
it is likely that the deal will go well (Theta Chi) won: Williams
through. (Theta Chi) 2; Brumbaugh (A.K.
Cleveland's outfield is one of the L.) 3; Marty (A.T.O.) 4.
best in the .circuit. Earl Averill, Finals diving -Sutfin (T. K. E.)
center fielder, was voted to be the won; Cersons (A.K.L.) 2; Knapp
best in the league in that posi- (A.K.L.) 3; Law (T.A.E.) 4.
beonast n yheaguewhiinthatco ;I-ms 0 medley relay - theta
tion last year, while the colorful Chi won: Lambda Chi Alpha 2; Al-
"Twitchy" Dick Porter will again plha Kappa Lambda 3; Phi Kappa
be back .to patrol the right field Psi 4.
garden. Four men are in the run- In the 220-yard relay six teams
ning for the left field job, but any qualified, Phi Kappa Psi, Alpha Tau
one of the quartet will add strength Orega, Theta Xi, Theta Chi, Lamb-
to the team. Bib Falk will probably da Chi Alpha, and Alpha Kappa
be only a pinch hitter, but the vet- Lambda. Qualifiers for the 50-yard
cran Charley Jamieson, and the breast stroke include Smith, Phi
younger Bob Seeds and Joe Vosnik Kappa Psi: Hartwell, Theta Chi;
all will stage a battle for the posi- Blumenthal, Pi Lambda Phi; Sca-
tion. lerio Chi Psi; and Ashton, Lambda

ral

FACULTY COMETITION
Six tournaments will be conduct-
ed for faculty members within the,
next month and a half. Four of
these are being conducted for the
first time while the other two have
been staged for a number of years.
Handball and squash have al-
ways held considerable interest for
the faculty members and the
matches have always been inter-
esting. Interest in squash at the
present time is growing very rapid-
ly and it is predicted that within
another year the devotees of this
game will outnumber those of
handball. The squash tournament
will be divided into two parts; a
tournament will be held for the
experienced players, those who have
taken up the game previous to this
year, and another tournament made
up of those men who have just
started playing this year.
Tournaments will also be con-
ducted for the first time in bowl-
ing, Codeball, indoor tennis and
Badminton. Each of these games
has found favor with a certain
group of the faculty and the de-
partment feels that tournaments
will create further interest.
FOUL-SHOOTING
Most of the honors in the annual
foul shooting contest at the Intra-
mural building are in the posses-
sion of H. E. Meader. He has. the
best total out of 100 shots, 75, the
best record out of 25 shots, 21, and
the most consecutive baskets, 15.
About 15 different individuals have
competed to date. It is expected
that a score of around 85 out of
100 will win the event

news

Eddie Tolan.
Michigan sprint star, who will be
called upon to deliver his best ef-
forts Saturday night against Chi-
cago if he hopes to beat out Cap-
tain East of the Maroons in the 60-
yard dash event of the track meet.
VARSITY TANKMEN
TO MEET PURPLE
Rivals Battle Here Tomorrow
in Big Ten Feature.
(Continued From Page 6)
mark of 1:14 which the Pur-
pie team had set a few weeks
previous.
In three dual Conference meets
the present Wolverine swimmers
have been beaten by only one man,

Sewell to Catch.
Luke Sewell, veteran of many
campaigns but still comparatively
young, has the regular catching
assignment clinched before start-
ing, while Glenn Myatt will be re-
tained as first string substitute. Joe
Sprinz, with the club last year, will
be the third member of the Tribe's
receiving staff.
Wesley Ferrell, Willis Hudlin, and
the rest of the Cleveland boxmen
are expected to receive consider-
able help from the new men that
have been added to the Indian's
staff. Fay Thomas and Howard
Craghead, the two leading strike-
out experts of 'the Pacific Coast
league, are with the club and are
thought to be ready for the majors.
In addition to these men the Tribe
has also procured the services of
Orel Hildebrand and Thornton Lee,
a pair of promising young minor
leaguers.
Ace Hurlers Back.
Ferrell and Hudlin are consider-
ed the backbone of the Tribe's
hurling corps, but will get consid-
erable help from right handers
Clinton Brown, Mel Harder, Pete
Jablonowski, Belve Bean, Roxie
Lawson, and Max Brunson, and
southpaws Walter Miller, a n d
Pinky Shoffner.

Chi Alpha.
In the 50-yard free style ' five
swimmers qualified, being, Hodgson,
Phi Kappa Psi; Snyder, Lambda
Chi Alpha;-Hess, Alpha Kappa
La bda; Pocock, Chi Psi; and
Townsefd, Theta Chi. The 50-yard
backstroke saw Boettler, Phi Kappa
Psi; Coleman, Theta Xi; Miller,
Theta Chi; Hickman, Alpha Kappa
Lambda; and Brumbaugh of the
same house qualified.

The Blues came uppermost in their minds when
out on top again they enter the ring with North- nosing out the Maize and Blue
in this half, 14-11. western Saturday night. sprinters in both the 220 and 440
D7 a n i e 1 s and Ae mrvs yard events. The Wolves have won +
an ad AerImprovesevery meet by an overwhelming<
Eveland looked yb
especially good, r' The discouraging element of score and consider the Purple en-
both sinking a cripples still faces the coach and counter their first real competition
number of short it looks like that problem will not of the season.
shots, besides a be eliminated by Saturday. Stod- Schmieler, sophomore Wol-
ew long ones. dard is still ill with influenza, put- verine star, is expected to be
R CKETTS Williamson a n d ting him definitely out of the line- the sensation of the coming
Altenhof worked up, while Auer, Otto, and Parker contest. This lanky natator
together during the entire scrim- are rather indefinite choices for swam in every event on the
mage and played the same brand their respective divisions. -Auer, card during the recent trip. He
of ball that they have been doing 1however, seems to be getting clear- scored more points than any
all season. Weiss, the diminutive ed up and expects to get into the other swimmer.
forward, showed up well on both ring in the coming meet to take - -
teams counting for several tallies care of the heavyweight match for
as well as turning in some good Michigan.
floor work. Northwestern is strongest in the
Ricketts, the tall lanky sub, heavier classes, and counts oni
showed to good advantage while he Miley, heavyweight; Brown, 175;
was playing on the White team, Miller, 165; Anderson, 155; and
bu when he was shifted to the Captain Garrigan, 145-pounds to
other side as a guard he became win a substantial score for them.
erratic in his performances. Auer, heavy; Dougovito, 175; either
- _-.__-_-_ Reif or Kay, 165; Parker or Wilson,
BASEBALL MANAGERS -155; and either Woodward or Benz,
145-pounds will have the assig-n-
All sophomore tryouts for ments of stopping these better men
baseball managers are requested of the Wildcat squad.1
to report to the assistant man- --- ---
agers at Yost Field House any Dallas Warren, catcher, a Uni-
day after 3:00 o'clock. versity of Arizona product, has E93 lTiU
Doug Miller, manager. been signed by the Fort Worth club
g of the Texas league.

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MICHIGA NNEMEN
REPORT FOR WOK
Tennis Team to Practice Daily
Under Coach Courtright;
Veterans Return.
Coach Ray Courtright announced
yesterday that he would meet all
aspirants for Varsity tennis berths
every afternoon starting today in
the main gym of the Intramural
building.
Prospects for a winning team
appear to be excellent, with four
veterans back from last year's
team besides one other capable
substitute. Mills and Williams, the
first a transfer and the second a
sophomore, are also looked to as
potential Varsity material. The
lettermen include Capt. Brace, Ed.
Hammer, Bob Clarke, Colby Ryan
and John Reindel.
Two other men who appeared
fairly certain of gaining recogni-
tion have met with scholastic diffi-
culties, and will probably be lost to
the squad. These are Rollin Clark,
a letter winner last year, and Tom
Snell, the freshman champion of
a year ago.
There are four courts in the
Intramural building, two of which
are reserved for the Varsity until
3:00 o'clock every afternoon, while
two others are open until 2:00
o'clock daily.
Most of the men have been work-
ing out informally for some time
so Courtright will be able to get
away to a fast start in building
this year's team.
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