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THE MICHIGAN

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TtMSDAY, FERARY 17, 1931

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MICHIGAN TRACKMEN OUTSTANDING
IN FIRST CINDER M EET OF SEASON

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OHIO MEE[T PRVE
Otto and Auer Out for Season
as Michigan Downs Bucks
in Conference Clash.

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Starwas Seeks Title
in Boxing Tourney
Jack Starwas, leading middle-
weight boxer on the campus, will
uphold the honor of Eastern
Michigan in the State Amateur
Boxing Championships in Mus-
kegon today and tomorrow, when
he meets three opponents in the
two-day meet for the light-
heavyweight title of Michigan.
Starwas won his right to rep-
resent Eastern Michigan in the
State Championships by elimi-
nating four opponents in a re-
cent tournament in Lansing. He
will enter the Muskegon meet a
decided favorite to cop the title.

eplaces Courtis on
Michigan Front Line

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Recovering from the rouwg work
that the Wolverines went through
to win over the Ohio Skate crew by
the score of 26-6, Keen's 'quad of
grapplers last night tool: only a
light workout and spenL :. 'ost ofI
their time going over the variousI
holds and mistakes that were evi-
dent in the match.
As a direct result of the fray with
the Buckeyes all attention is turn-
ed to whether the Wolves are to
lose both Otto and Captain Auer
for the rest of the season or wheth-
er they will be back in shape for
some more Conference competition.
However Coach Keen seems to feel
that they both will be out for the
season and he is already planningl
on the reserve material to fill the
ranks.
Stoddard Stars.
Stoddard, who will now be the
only man that the Wolves can look
to for honors in the heavyweight!
division, is more than fitted to take!
Auer's place permanently for he is
the high point man of the squad
so far this year and has not even
come close to losing to any of the
heavies that he has run into so far.
In every meet Stoddard has won
his bout by a fall and without a
doubt he is Keen's most reliable
point getter, wrestling with a
steady style that puts most of his!
weight to the best advantage and
taking a chance only when there
is an opening that will lead to a
fall.
Matches Close.
Against the Buckeyes most of the
Maize and Blue grapplers made

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taiC1 PU CK GAME
Lowrey Whips Squad Into Shape
for Coming Clashes With
Wisconsin Outfit.

Chicago, Iowa, Minnesota Take
Other Games in Big Ten ART SCHLANDERER,
Championship Race. Captain of the Michigan hockeyl
iteam, who will go to a wing posi-
The most startling upset of the tion vacated by the graduation of
current Big Ten basketball title Tommy Courtis against Wisconsin
this week.
race took place last night wnen ___
Illinois, long trampled under the ARNOLD WILL TR Y
heels of the leaders, came back and
trounced Northwestern by a 35-28 1 FOR NEW RECORD
count. This unsuspected victory on (1y Associated Press)
the part of the Illini stamps them DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., Feb. 16.
as dangerous for their remaining --Billy Arnold and Harry Hartz to-l
!opponents. day said they planned to bring a
Chicago and Iowa, also slated to super car capable of making 3001
lose last night gave the dope bucket miles an hour here next year for a
a hard jolt when they defeated f try at the automobile speed record.
Ohio State and Wisconsin by 26-25 Arnold added, however, he did
and 19-17 counts. As t:e result of not expect the record to go above
thrsgames last night the three low- 260 miles an hour in 1932. The
est teams in the Conference all won present mark of 245.73 miles an
their games. In the remaining bat- hour was made by Captain Malcolm
tle Minnesota took the measure of Campbell.
Purdue by a 30-26 margin.
ANNAPOLIS - Navy's rifle team
set a new national intercollegiateI
record recently when it defeated
Ohio State, 1,413 to 1,330, in a
shoulder to shoulder match on the
indoor range.

After the hockey game that
Michigan was to play with the
pucksters from East Lansing was
called off last night, the Wolverine
ice team have turned all their ef-
forts to working for the coming
series with the sextet from Madison
Thursday and Saturday nights.
Both games will be played here on
the Coliseum ice and promise to be
rough .and ready exhibitions of
hockey.
Now that Tommy Courtis has
been lost to the team by gradua-
tion, the Michigan icers will work
together in a combination includ-
ing Art Schlanderer in the vacated
position. Schlanderer h a s been
playing a consistent game when he
has seen action this season, and he
is expected to capably take over
the duties that Courtis has left be-
hind him. So far he has aided ma-
terially in the past games of the
Wolverines.
Michigan must win all her con-
ference games from now on if she
wants to stay in the running for
the title honors. In addition Wis-
consin, the present leader, will have
to be stopped not only by the Wol-
verines but by the Gophers to put
Michigan on top of the heap. With
that in mind Coach Eddie Lowrey
is working hard to get his men in
the best of form for this week's
games.
The Badgers tripped up Michigan
in the first two games played on
their home ice at Madison, but the
rink was rough and slow, making
the games less the result of flashy
playing and more that of skating
handicaps.

BIG TEN STANDINGS
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Northwestern ......7 1 .875
Minnesota .........6 2 .750
Michigan ..........4 3 .571
Indiana ............4 3 .571
Purdue .............3 4 .429
Chicago ............3 4 .429
Wisconsin ..........3 5 .375
Illinois .............3 5 .375
Ohio State ........:2 4 .340
Iowa ...............2 6 .250

A(/STIN-MIC tGAN
Michigan's thinclads took every
event in which they were entered
in the third annual West Virginia
Games which were held last Sat-
urday at Morgantown, W. Va., com-
peting with track stars of many
other colleges in the first competi-
tion of the season. Eddie Tolan
Michigan world title holder of the
cenuury, took the 70-yard dash
event while Austin and Wolfe car-
ried the Varsity colors to a win in
the special two-mile relay run

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good the promises that they showed
early in the season, and while both,
Benz and Reif lost by time deci-'

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A Special in Oxford
We have observed a sustained in-
terest in suits of oxford. Probably be-
cause this color adapts itself so per-
fectly to so many occasions.
We have met the situation by in-
creasing our stock and for the rest of
the month are featuring two numbers
at special prices.
An Oxford Cheviot 37"
An Oxford Unfinished
$4250
(Including two trousers)

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