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February 27, 1931 - Image 6

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Meet Will Start at 7 o'clock
so Fans May Attend Ice
Contest Afterward.
At 7 o'clock tonight, Northwest-
ern and Michigan will renew their
rivalry in the Intramural pool. For
several seasons the Wildcat-Wolver-
ine aquatic battles have been the
feature of the year's schedule, and
tonight's contest will be no excep-
tion, with both teams of more or
less untried sophomore stars put-
ting everything into the clash to
score a victory over their own
team's greatest swimming rivals.
The meet will begin at 7 o'clock
tonight in order to give the specta-
tors time to go to the hockey game'
which is scheduled for 8:30. Ad-
mission will be fifty cents and no
seats will be reserved. A large at-
tendance is expected, as the last
Northwestern meet held here two
years ago packed the intramural
pool, and necessitated the turning
away of over 1500 people.
Wildcats Are Champs.
The Wildcats are the proud pos-
sessors of the Big Ten title, won
last year over the Wolverine oppo-
sition, after the Maize and Blue
had defeated the Northwestern
squad in a dual meet a few weeks
previous to the Conference hostili-
ties by a 40-35 score.
With both teams striving for vic-
tory, it is expected that several
records, both Conference and Na-
tional, will be endangered. The
meet is certain to be closely con-
tested, but the Michigan aggrega-
tion holds the edge due to past
performance, and should be able to
glean enough points to score a de-
cisive victory over Coach Tom Rob-
inson's proteges.
Have Two Veterans. I
Only two veteran swimmers of
note are present on the Wildcat
roster, and this pair is scheduled to
start the fireworks off with Deben-
ham and Troup or Akin in the
400-yard relay event. The Wolver-
ines will be represented in this race
by the speedy quartet of Smith,
Klintworth, Fenske, and Marcus.
Smith is the only one of the four
who swain on Michigan's relay last
year against the Purple when the
Wolverines set a new world's recordt
for the 160-yard distance.
Bernoflo, Northwestern star, and
Schmieler, Michigan ace, are card-_
ed to fight it out in the 200-yardr
breast stroke event with Kaufman
of Northwestern, and Miller or
Staelin, of Michigan also swimming
this event. Schmieler is considered
superior to the rest while Bernoflo
and Miller have both turned in
good performances.
Wilson and Cogdill or Durin will
swim the 440-yard free style for the
Purple, while Coach Matt Mann
will stake the Wolverine chances on
Kennedy and Ladd or Schmieler.
Wilson is rated as a dangerous man
in this event, but Kennedy's past
performances give him a rood
(Continued on age 7)
Al4 Bouts Will be by Decision,
According to Announcement.
All bouts in the All-Campus box-
ing meet will be to a decision.
Coach Let Philbin announced last
night. If at the end of the third
round, the result is not final, the
bout will be extended one more
round after which the three judges
will decide the winner.

The decisions will be judged ac-
cording to the speed, shill, aggres-
siveness, accuracy, and endurance
shown by the fighters. One point
will be awarded in each round to
the fighters showing the best form
in each of these departments.
Pat Patterson, athletic director
of Highland Park high school, has
been asked to officiate. O. R. Beng--
iman, of the executive committee
of the A. A. U. will probably take
over one of the judges positions.
The remaining official is slated to
be Ed Walpole, former boxing
coach of Ohio Northern university.
Bob Townsend, manager of the
boxing team, has been appointed
promoter of the semi-finals on
March 11, and will also arrange
the championships scheduled for
March 18.

To trlan coers of theI "I so a ress>
Bhre Joe Russell. NT 84 .
SWcstern Conference represent the BEADENTON Fla. Feb. 26.-
trio of teams that have possession Mike Gonzales, who, according to
x« ' Fo the firttree laces in t he Big Swordsmen Will Also Engage
STen r-ce at present. Joe Riff of Gabby Street, was "catching 'way Maroons While in City;
Te n rhwes , prsent. Joe Bil -f back in my time, and seems just
x rthicstern, probably the out- s gle now,' is. going to help Prepared to Win.
, s t 1d individual player in thei
huetiyersilhlshs coach the younger members of -
ion at the top with 103 oints, 23 tcCrias pitching Cstaff. Coach Johnstone and his Va-
s e ~~Sreetbebliees naghee old01n
a n more than Streetobelieves the old Cban ity fencers left last night for (Clr-
hisclset iva,;ehen will be able to impart many ago, where they will eni(:e in tv
r hin the race, Norm Daniels i- rated valable pointers to the juvenile meets over the week-end, match-
hird with 72 to his credit. flingers. ing swords with Wisconsin this a
J Street said today he regarded ternoon and with Chicago on S-
I cef- cone o the main rea- his receiving staff of Wilson, urday.
sns why the Wildcats are lead- Mancuso and Gonzales as the After their defeat at the hands
m.i4 the :a'e for the chamnpion- best "three-man catching staff of the Illinois team last week, the
=A hto.has cotributed 5 baskets in baseball." Wolverines are e n t e r i n g these
iO hei team's total score and I matches with a determination to
has make good on 33 foul shots. -win. Six men will make the trip o
Xhoening, runnine; a rather the windy city.
Spodrsec' nd has looped through VARSITY MATMEN Captain Gordon, Friedman, and
. two-pointers and 22 free LEAVE FOR MEET Lovell will carry the Michigan col-
________- tro_s_'or a total of 80, while ors in the foil matches, with Gor-
-Dani!s has scrIed 29 baskets don and DeStephano taking part
out only 14 fouls. Wrestlers to Battle Wildcats in the sabres. In the epee, Powers
ST1e sensatio-al Johnny Wooden at Evanston Saturday. and Winig are the Wolverine
of Purdue, who seems to have a choices.
f hrd time getting going this year i, Michigan's wrestlers leave this Wisconsin will meet Chicago to-
in fourth place with 68 points, two afternoon for Evanston, where they nght after the Michigan-Wiscon-
-o r fesmin match. The scheduling of three
ahead of Harper of Illinois with 66 will meet the Northwestern mat-'meets at Chicago on the same
Dickey, Indiana, Loose, Minnesota.
ish. Chicago, B. Miller, Indiana men on Saturday afternoon. Coach week-end is a new idea, and is
and Yates of Chicago are the re- Keen is doubtful as to the outcome especially well fitted for sports
maining players who have scored of the encounter with Wildcats, al- ie are not self-supporting. Ths
~uamin playrs whdhaveeliminates many long trips,
over 50 points during the season. 'hough if anything can be based on ihrb cuting mon the tring
.::.:) Of these men six are forwards, two last year's record, the Wolves expenses of these teams.
centers, oe a guard, while the re-
.i>ning one, Wooden, plays both should come out on top. The Chicago contingent has only
**a,-nr tn; one, orwoard and center. Yesterday in the last practice one veteran member, Vanderhoff,
usession before the meet, the Mich- on its roster and in last year's en-
Wit i but two or three games igan coach showed hi charges counter with the Michigan team he
left to play, it is unlikely that several new rides and holds, drill- lost both of his bouts. Little is
much change will take place ing on one ride in particular in known about the other members of
amoin; the leaders of the race, his effort to strengthen the aggres_ the team, this is also true of the
although where the scores are siveness of the grapplers. Badgers. Last season Chicago lost
bunched near the bottom of to the Wolves, 10-7, whereas Wis-
o 0 the lit, one good game may Keen il se plu ttledconsin did not meet the Maize and
QWNVING DIrWN j > EtNOLF- epRST Y7O/dE k Ct4Wk. shoot a player up toward the Sigwart i the 118-lb. bout, and Blue. The Badgers, however, fin-
When the Wolverines drop into the waters of the pool down at the Intramural building tonight, they top. fBnnet i the 126 class. Otto is ished at the bottom of the heap
will find this quartet of Wildcats ready to meet them on equal footing in the scheduled events. Wilson, The announcement that Coach slated to battle for the Wolves in in the Conference race, failing to
Covode, and Bernolfo are veterans from last year's cracker-jack team and they are expected to cause George Veenker will lea-ve Michigan i the 135-pound division, and Wood- gain a single point against their
trouble again this year. Browning is a new man and little known. (Continued on Page 7) (Continued on Page 7) (Continued on Page 7)

YE ARLI G ENT ES FOR MILE RELAY cross bar at six feet. Many of the
YNUOyearling outfit will be in poor shape
WILL RUN TRIALS THIS AFTERNOON for the meet which will be conclud-
r ed next Friday night it appears.
Trials will be held this afternoon er, Pick, Lemen, Rollins, McRoy,
at the field house to determine the Windiate and Nicholson. The trials PONTIAC, Feb. 26. - Vith Jack
freshman entries for the mile relay iDempsey in the role of referee.
event in the telegraphic meet withWi start at 4:20.
the Illini it was announced yester- Moisio, freshman high jump star, Prettitt Farrarer, Lansing Negro,
day by Coach Ken Doherty. has recovered from his injury, defeated Soldier Turk, Detroit in
The quartet of baton carriers will Coach Doherty said, and although I the 10 round main event of the
be selected from among the . 440 he will not be in the best of condi- Oakland A. C. Boxing card here
men. They include: Younger, Don- tion he should be able to top the last night.
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