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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1931

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY'

PAGE SRIVE3

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Tonight

ARSITY THFI VFULLSTRETH
INTOOPEKL 9F MINESOTA SERIES
Improved Showing of Invaders Minnesota's lineup will probably
Promises Close Contest consist of Howard Jones in the
for Lowrey's Men. goal, Bill Conway and Ed Hollings-
---- worth at the defense posts, Bucky
With the championship in the Johnson at center, anct Marshall
Western Conference standin i- just Ryrnn and Howard Gibbs at the
one game away from the Micia, wings. Anotner ilineup for the
hockey sextet, the Wolverines will I Gophers may be recruited from Bill
throw their full strength into the Holliday and George Carlson at the
game tonight when they meet the defense posts, George Todd at cen-
Minnesota puckmen at 8:30 o'clock! ter. and any two at the wing posi-
at te Coiseu Theonmewit tJons. It is not likely that all of
at the Coliseum. Th game will thesei men will make the trip how-
begin an hour later than usual due ever, so the definite Minnesota
to the Northwestern - Michigan lineup must remain in doubt until
swimming meet that is to be held actiual game time.
at 7:00 o'clock. Two Men Graduate.
a 7. The present series will mark the
Coach Seeks Win. conclusion of the college hockey
Coach Eddie Lowrey, Varsity career of two men on the Michigan
hockey mentor, will send everything squad, Captain Art Schlanderer and
he has against the Gophers tonight Tom Prouse. While not listed as a
in an effort to gain the victory regular on the team until the pres-
while his men are still fresh. If ent semester, Schlanderer has
he waited until Saturday to try to proved himself on more than one
wrest the decision from Minnesota occasion to be a tremendous asset
there would be a chance that the to the Michigan team. He has been
players would be too tired from used in both the center and wing
their exertions of the previous en- positions as replacements for the
gagement to travel at their fastest regulars for the past two and ai
clip against the opposition. How- half years, and has proved to be,
ever, if Michigan should win to- a valuable man on both the attack
night's battle the team will go out and the defense.
after tomorrow night's game in an Frouse has ben invaluable to the
effort to make a clean sweep of team because of his defense work1
the two game series. this year. The remainder of thet
Although the Maize and Blue Wolverine squad, barring injuries
have already taken a brace of de- or other unforseen difficulties,'
cision's from the Gopher sextet, should be ready for service again
there is no inclination among the next season.
players to treat the present series ~~~~-1
as a pair of set-up games. Since MA TMEN ENTRAIN r
meeting Michigan on the Minne-
sota ice earlier in the year the THIS
Gophers have met and defeated
the fast Badger puckmen in two Michigan Team to Meet Squad
straight encounters., andany team
that can perform that feat is From Northwestern Saturday.C
worthy of attention. In the last
series against those same Badgers, (Continued From Page 6)
Michigan was forced to the limit to ward or Benz will get the call for
gain a win and a tie in the two the next class. In the 155-pound
game series. bout either Parker or Wilson will
Wolves Lack Spares. see action, and in the 165, Reiff ort
Michigan's lack of capable spares Dougovito. For the 175-pound divi-F
will be a handicap to the team in sion the Wolverines will depend on
this series, as all indications are Dougovito or Stoddard and in the
that the Minnesota team will have o.eavitotddrd and in he
more substitutes upon which to de- heavyweight bout either Auer or
pend when the regulars become Stoddard will take the ring.1
tired. The entire Wolverine team, Stoddard is still suffering fromc
however, is in good condition, and an attack of influenza, and it is
all of the regulars will be able to very doubtful whether he will be
start the game. That 'will mean able to make the trip. Captain Auert
that Jack Tompkins will guard the igetting into pretty good shapeI
Michigan net, Bill Williams and and will probably be reay to take3
Tom Prouse will handle the defensehiplcinthhht bout
assignments, Keith Crossman will his pace in e eavyweig
perform at center, and Emmy Reid on Saturday.
and Captain Art Schlanderer will Northwestern has several goodi
flank him at the wings. Joe! rne in the heavier divisions and I
Frumkes will be the only spare is counting on ther for the major-
available. ity of the points.
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NEW MURAL CAGE
LEAGUE STARTED
The Intramural department is
sponsoring a new basketball
league this year for University
employees. At present five teams
are entered, Hospital Pharmacy,
Chemistry Stores, Building and
Grounds, Chemical Stores, and
Hospital Stores. The games will
extend to March 27.
Rlgular rules wil prevail with
officials furnished by the Intra-
mural department. The games
are scheduled for 7:00 o'clock
starting Friday, Feb. 27. This is
the first league to be organized
for the employees.
SHT PUT HUMORS
Ketz Expects Wolverine Entries
to Win First and Second
Honors Tomorrow.
Major honors in the shot put
(xemv-, will hp b 7'^1.. r l -.A. 'Rn

GYMNASTSEMB itram
ON EXTENDED TRIPiL
West's Men Will Meet Chicago, HANDBALL
Wisconsin and Minnesota Phi Beta Delta successfully d^-
Teams This Week. fended their handball title won last
year by defeating Alpha Kappa
Coach "Bill" West and his Varsity lambda in the finals of this year's
gymnasts will embark on their tournament held under the direc-
most extended road trip of the year tion of the Intramural Department.
this afternoon. They will stop off ''he winners made a clean sweep of
at Chicago where they will mieetie series in the finals, capturing
Chicago and Wisconsin tonight, both singles matches and the dou-
then continue on their way to Mi- iles
neapolis where they will engage the The doubles match was excep-
Gophers in a match wherein Coach tionally hard fought with Gold-
istein and Bisiko, for Phi Beta
West has fond hopes of turningin Delta, coming fro behind in both
his first Conference victory in his- ,ae to defeat Crombie an
Rainestodfa Crmi an
tory. Becker, of Alpha Kappa Lambda.
Chicago has been the strongest 21-20 and 21-18.
team in the Big Ten for years and The singles match between Good-1
if stories emanating from the Mid- i of Phi Beta Delta and Spencer
way camp are to be believed they of Alpha Kappa Lambda resulted
are every bit as strong this year. in a victory for Goodman two
Little is known of the strength of games to one, by scores of 21-15,
the Wisconsin squad, but they too, 7-21, and 21-18. In the other singles
are noted for having consistently match Cohen of Phi Beta Delta de-
feated Edwin of Alpha Kappa
good gymnastic teams, all of which Lambda. 21-10 and 21-14.
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aral News
SWIMMING

VARSITY TO MEE
WILDCATTANKMEN
Tonight's Meet Should be Close
in View of Old Conference
Rivalry Involved.

Finals in the Fraternity swim-
ming meet will be held promptly
at 4 o'clock this after'noon. In the!
three eveni s already completed
Theta Chi holds a commanding
lead, with Phi Kappa Psi, the win-
ners for the last ,nree years, ap-
parently out of the running. Fol-
lowing Theta Chi, which has a
total of 16 points to it's credit, is
Alpha Kappa Lambda with 11,
Lambda Chi Alpha with G, Tau
Kappa Epsilon with 5. Phi Kappa
Psi with 2, and Delta Alpha Epsilon
with I.
The events scheduled for this
afternoon include the 200-yard
relay, 50-yard breast stroke, 50-
yard free style, 50-yard backstroke,
and the 100-yard free style.
HOCKEY
From a list of leading scores con-
piled by officials in charge of the
Intramural hockey league, Elbert
King, of Delta Upsilon, appears to
have the edge on his rivals with
eight goals to his'credit. Ray Camp-
bell and Terrence Roach of xi Psij
Phi and Phi Mu Alpha respectively,
are tied with five each, followed by
Francis Landers of Phi Kappa with
four.

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we garneredby the Mcn- bodes ill for West and his boys.
igan entries when the Chicago Minnesota not only started out
squad of thinclads comes here to- the season with one of the weak-
morrow night, Coach Wilfred Ketz est teams in her history, but has
prohesied yesterday. Goldsmith andj suffered heavily through injuries toI
Draveling are almost certain to key men, which gives rise to th
hopes mentioned above.1
take the first and second positions West is taking six men on the
respectively, he said, trip with him including one manj
Lost Last Year. who will be competing in his first
Although the Varsity appears to intercollegiate meet. The five vet-r
hold the advantage as fas as well- eran performers, if they can be
rounded team is concerned, Coach ! called that, are A. Steinberg, Ihan-1

YEARLING
'O CLOSE

CAGERS
DRILLS

Anmeral Awards Wll be Given
Out AfterL ast Workout.

Scrimmages and shooting will MILDCAT C GE
make up the last week of fresh- LEADS SCORERS
nati basketball training. The last'
practice of the yearling cagers iS io;a State to be Congratulated
scheduled for Monday, March 1. for Procuring Veenker.
The announcement of the men who

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Hoyt is leaving no stone unturned
to avenge a bitter defeat by the
Maroons last year when the Windy
City boys broke up the string of
victories which the Michigan cinder
track stars had maintained over
the Chicago team since 1905.
Smythe, running mate to Tolan
and Campbell in the 60-yard sprint,
who has been out with a pulled
tendon will again be back in the
entries Saturday night, Coach Hoyt
said yesterday.
Lineup Given.'
Probable Michigan entries in thej
dual meet are: Egleston, DeBaker,
Haefle, and Jackson in both high
and low hurdles; Tolan, Campbell,
Smythe and Klein in the sprint;
Wolfe, Crawford and Ostrander in
the mile; Russell, Glading Mosser,
Eknovich, or DeBaker in the 440-
yard run; Austin, Howell, and Hill
in the two-mile grind; Turner, Ek-
novich, Braden, and Chase in the
80-yard event; Goldsmith, Dravel-
ing, and Cox in the shot put; Pottle,
Dougal, and Humphrey in the pole
vault; and Cox, Noyes, and Gafillj
in the high jump attempt.

ner, Ellsworth, Goldsmith a n d
Parker,
FENCERS LEAVE
FOR TWO MEETS'
Wolverines Determined to Win
After Defeat Last Week.j
(Continued From Page 6)
opponents.
In view of the past records there-
fore, the Wolves should have some-
what the edge over each of their
opponents in these two meets and
should have a good chance to make
up for their late defeat.
NOTICE
Because of preparations for
the Western Conference Swim--
ming Meet which is to be held
in the Intramural Sports build-
ing, the pool will not be avail-
able Saturday Feb. 28, Sunday,
March 1, and possibly Monday,
March 2.

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(Continued From Page 6)
chance to take the honors. Should
Schimieler be entered in this race
he will be the favorite.
Rosen is Outstanding.
In the 150-yard back stroke race,
Coach Robinson has entered Rosen
and Boyer or Roberts. Rosen is the
outstanding Northwestern man in
this event, but he will have stiff
competition from Schmieler and
Valentine or Meigs of the Michigan
squad. Entries in the century free
style are still uncertain with Troup,
Debenham, Wilson, Covode, and
Aikin all eligible for the Wildcats
while Michigan will probably enter
Smith and Klintworth or Marcus.
The fancy diving event will see
Browning and Willard or Anderson
for Northwestern, and Raike and
Fenske will perform on the board
for the Wolves. Raike, veteran div-
ing artist, should take this event
with Fenske also giving the Purple
a good run.
Medley .Team Strong.
The list event on the program,
the 300-yard medley relay will see
Boye: or Rosen in the back stroke,
Kaufman or Bernoflo in the breast
stroke, and Covode or Debenham in
the free style for Northwestern.
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will receive numerals will be made
irmnediately after the last work-1
out.
There are a number of possibili-
I ties for Varsity material on the
squad although Coach Fisher con-
sidemrs the squad as a whole, one of
the poorest in recent years. Fish-
man, former captain of state cham-
pions northern high school of De-
troit is one- of the outstanding
members of the team. He is a ball-
handler of unusual ability ranking1
with Altenhof of the Varsity in
this respect. He is the key man of
the freshman offense but lacks ex-
ceptionable defensive ability.
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BASEBALL
All candidates for baseball re-
port to Coach Fisher at the Yost
field house, Monday, Mar. 2,
after 1:30 in the afternoon. New
men bring own equipment.
Coach Ray Fisher.

(Continued From Page 6)
to take up the duties as head foot-
baell coach at Iowa State next fal
takes from the Wolverine coaching
staff one of its most competent
teachers. Iowa SGate is to be con-
gratulated on its choice, while
Michigan will have to look far to
find a man to fill the shoes of the
head basketball and assistant foot-
ball mentor. Coach VeOnker's teams
have met with great success since
he took up the reins after Coach
Mather's death, and while they
have not always won the cham-
ship, they have been known as
fighting aggregations, always cap-
able of knocking off any team in
the Western Conference.
Coac iVeenker is -almost as
well known as a griiron coach
as he is for basketball, and his
work with the Michigan line
for the past few years has made
the Maize and Blue forward
wall one of the strongest in the
country.

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