THE MICHIGAN DAILY
,ATU[RDA , FEBRUARY 28, 1931
MI IIMI - I ni1
SWIMMERS RUN UP
SCORE 1OF_3 TO 22
Schmieler Stages Outstanding
Performance by Letting
Team Mates Win.
By Cullen Kennedy.
Michigan's powerful swimming
team scored one of the greatest
triumphs in its history last night
in the Intramural pool by swamp-
ing the Conference c h a m p i o n'
Northwestern aggregation under a
53-22 score before a crowd of 1,500
spectators. The Wolverines. copped
first place in every event except
one and came out victorious in both
Outstanding on the evening's
program was the performance of
Johnny Schmeiler, Michigan sopho-
more all round swimming star, who
was entered in three events and
could have won them all with ease,
but loafed along towardathe end
each time to let his teammates
touch him out at the finish. Asa
result of this Schmeiler took three
seconds, giving him a total of nine
points for the meet, running second
to Kennedy, another Wolverine
sophomore, who garnered 10 points
by taking a pair of firsts.
Troup Takes First.
Troup, of the Wildcats, came.
through with the lone first for his
team, while Wilson, veteran free
styler, and Browning,tfancy diver,
succeeded in scoring the only sec-
onds for the Wildcats. Michigan
took seven firsts, four seconds, and
two thirds in all, as compared with
the Purple's one first, four seconds,
and four thirds.
The Wolverines got off to a strong
start by swamping the Wildcats in
the 400 yard relay event. Marcus,
lead-off man for Michigan gave his'
team a slight lead in the first 1001
yards, and Klintworth tied with
Troup. Then Smith, Wolverine vet-
eran, gained a yard on Aikin, and
Ladd finished the race with a five
yard margin over Captain Covode,
Northwestern star. The time was
In the 200 yard breast stroke
event, Miller, who recently broke
the national record for the short1
pool event at Wisconsin, turned in
five points for Michigan by taking'
a first about a yard ahead of
Schmeiler. Bernoflo, of the Purple,
was a close third. Kennedy walked
away with the 440 yard free style,
crossing the finish line with a 20- -
Tonight VARSITY TAKES 3-I
Woodard May Fight
in 145-pound Weight
Barnard Visits Macks
in FortMyers Camp
FORT Fla., Feb. 28.-
President E. S. Barnard, of the
AYE t wri n lplIt', n' V AS nrFhi'P tl n
BIG TEN STANDINGS
Northwestern ........9 1 .900
1uii-mecsot.a.......... 7 3 .700
MICHIGAN. . 5 4 .555
Purdue 5 4 .555
fllinois .............. 5 5 .500
Inhiana ............. 4 5 .444
I s a uLcr ULK
Team in Final Game
Reid Skates Brilliantly
Score Three Goals
to wath the chainpion Philadel- Ability of Centers ives Hope csin........... .
_ GkTcs ope; C i icatg o ............. 3 5 .375
phia Athletics train. He said nearly to WrlveIincs 'p-_ents Ohio Stat...... 2 6 .250
all the American league clubs were -af. 222
stronger this year and he looked for Avcn ing .. -. Iowa 1) .222
foi a close pennant race.
Manager Connie Mack appeared + lBy se Russell
particuiarly pleased yesterday with With DL. Mvieanwell';3 3dger
the work of hank McDonald and we kned by the loss of Paul
im Des og. rookie nitchers. Mc- Chmitcwski, ci-apta ins of thie
Dnalud is feet, 4 inches tall and Wk: onsin, team the Iir;t smes er
com LomO Sw.ta Mcnica, Calif. Michig rules a heavy ha write tTT E D
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fl1,r(,t'wrc-"'! thi i vo teams at Madison ---
d ¢ r ; - ' r ( tonight.
In the first meeting of the quin- ee~s or' Western Conference
tets, the Wolverines had an easy Expect to Defeat Buckeyes
time in Turning back the threat of on Ohio Floor.
the invaders by a 23-17 count. How__
ever, basketball fortunes at Wis- All basketb ams in the Big
Steiln' Woikconsin have been picking up during Wren will see action tonight, with
Steilav Work in Epee Matches the past, few days with an unex-
By Sheldon C. Fullerton.
Emmy Reid, skating brilliantly
against Minnesota's hockey sextet,
staged a one man scoring rally in
the first two minutes of the sec-
ond period last night to drill in
two goals and defeat the Gophers,
3-1, in the game that clinched the
Western Conference puck cham-
pionship for the Maize and Blue.
The game was played before the
second straight overflow crowd
that has packed the Coliseum, and
the enthusiasm with which the re-
cent games have been received
points to another sell-out at 8:30
o'clock tonight, when the Wolver-
ines will go out to make it a clean
sweep over the Minnesota puck
Minnesota will be a long time in
forgetting Emmy Reid and' the
game he played against them last
night. Skating in his usual brilliant
style, and sending pucksflying
towards the Gopher goalie with a
speed and accuracy that was al-
most uncanny the flashy left wing
of the Michigan team completely
stole the show. Late in the first
period, after 17 minutes of fruitless
effort, Reid netted the first of his
three markers, sinking a shot that
he uncorked from the red line. The
puck hit goalie Jones' arm, but it
flashed past into the upper corner
of the Minnesota net,
Starting the second period where
he left off in the opening session,
Reid sunk the second of his goals
after only 40 seconds of play. This
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Snatches Meet From Fire
w by 9 to 8 Score.
Michigan defeated Wisconsin last
Joe Woodard, night in a fencing meet held in
Michigan 135 - pound grappler, Chicago. The final score was nine
who may be moved up a notch in to eight in favor of the Wolverines.'
tonight's meet with Northwestern With the running score standing
to make room for Otto to fight at at seven to six in favor of the Bad-
that weight. gers at the close of the sabre
--- - matches, the epee men pulled the
meet out of the fire by stellar wins,
TO ,I I ITgiving Michigan a victory to wipe
out their late defeat.
jl4TWolves Lose Foils.
In'the foils event Judson, Wis..
Sconsin,outpointed Friedman in the
first match; Captain Gordon, Mich
. igan, defeated Orear; Lovell, Mich-
igan,Northwestern's won from Graebel; Friedman
Rests With Their Heavier avenged his defeat at the expense
Weight Grapplers. of Orear; Graebel set back Gordon.
Judson won his second match from
The Wolverine matmen arrived Lovell and Friedman won again
in the lair of the Northwestern over Graebel. Judson added his
Wildcats late last night readk for third win by downing Gordon and
what promises to be their toughest Orear finally won a duel from
opposition remaining on the sched- Lovell. The score stood-Wisconsin
ule. With all of the ailing stars 5, Michigan 4.
lpronounced fit, the Wolves will en- Gordon won both of his sabre
ter the arena as favorites, although matches, one from Beck and the
the Wildcats are admittedly strong other from Hall. These Badgers'
in the heavier divisions. however, made up by taking Deste-
Captain Auer, who has been out fano for a defeat apiece. This split
of the last few meets, is once more the score and left Wisconsin with
in the "pJink" and should be able a lead of one point.I
to hold his own with any one the In the final event, the epee, Pow-C
Northwestern coach can put in the ers of Michigan outpointed both
ring. Sinykin and Judson in his two
Before his departure yesterday matches and Winig, Wolverine, add-
afternoon Coach Cliff Keen an- ed another win over Sinykin. Jud-
nounced that he would probably son scored a victory at the hands
start Captain Auer, heavyweight; of Winig but the meet was left in
Stoddard or Dougovito, 175-pound; the hands of the Wolverines by the
Reiff or Dougovito, 165-pound; score of nine to eight.
P a r k e r o r Wilson. 155-pound; Gordon Stars.
Woodward or Benz, 145; Otto, 135; Gordon, Friedman and Powers
Bennett, 126; Sigwart, 118. were the outstanding men on the
Stoddard has been ailing for the Michigan lineup. The Maize and
last few weeks with a severe attack Blue captain contributed t h r e e
of influenza, and in case he is not wins, while Friedman with his us-
sufficiently recovered, Keen will ua! skill took two; and Powers not
enter Dougovito in the 175-pound to be outdone also added two wins.
class, otherwise Douigovito will prob- The Wolverines will stay in the
ably see action in the 165-pound Windy City today to engage the
division. University of Chicago fencers.
The Northwestern coach has been __-
particularly fortunate so far this BASEBALL MANAGERS
year regaiding nu3uries and will be
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heced victoryest hioMateco
over Ohio State tesUholding the limelight as the
Monday by a 28- Wildcats need only one more vie-
24 count, avictory tory to cinch the Conference title. . .-: ' ,
the Badgers to Although Northwestern is favored
uass Chicago in to win the encounter at Columbus, Art Schlanderer,(
t h e Conference the Buckeyes are a good defensive Varsity hockey captain, who will
raee with a total t eam and are a tough aggregationcoshscolgaepkcrert-
of four wins and to beat on their home floor. Pre- coghis thegsepud aeer th
night in the second game~ of the
six losses. Iviously the Wildcats downed the series against Minnesota's ice team.
Two c e n t e r s Ohio quintet on the Northwestern
who had not at-I court, winning the game on free
racted much at- throws. Ohio outscoring them in ARCHERS TO GIVE
)RWALTE EANWELLJtention b e f o r e feld goals. EXHIBITION H E R E
the O h io State Minnesota, second in the stand--
game, Wickman and Inman, dis- ings, will meet the hard fighting Matches to be Held Tomorrow
played ability in that set-to which Purdue five at Lafayette. The Boil- at Yost Field House.
stamps them as valuable men, with ermakers have a scrappy crew and
these encouraging factors to hark will give the Gophers a real battle,B
back to, Badger fans are hoping both teams have about an equal Both men and women represent-
for a victory tonight, and a capaci- chance to win. atives from the Michigan Archers'
ty crowd is sure to pack the Field Illinois has a good chance to Association and the Detroit Archery
House. move up into third place in the Club will stage a series of exhibi-
Coach Meanwell has Steen, Poker, standings in tonight's game with
and Nelson to use at his forward Iowa at Urbana. The Indians, after tion matches tomorrow morning
posts tonight, with Nelson almost losing their first five games came and afternoon. The time set for
sure to get the call in one of the back to take the next five and con- these matches is 10:30 to 12 in the
positions. Against Michigan in the sequently are the favorites to win morning and 2:30 to 5 in the after-
first meeting of the teams he lead over Iowa's tail-enders. Indiana noon and they will be run off in
the invaders in scoring with seven meets Chicago on the Midway and the Field house.
points. Griswold, who played a will be out to avenge the 28-27 de- Some of the best shtots in the
center here will probably be shifted feat suffered earlier in the season. state will be on hand and students
to one guard to fill the vacancy -- - - are invited to come down and shoot
caused by the graduation of Paul BROOKLYN-Joe S h a u t e, for or watch the exhibition. All that
and Chmielewski. several years a hurler with the may be interested now or may be-
Coach Veenker will in all proba- Cleveland Indians, has reported to come interested in the sport after
bility use the same line-up he has -the training camp of the Brooklyn tomorrow may get in touch with Dr.
started in the past few gaines with Dodgers, with which club he will Lyman at the Field house any time
(Continued on Page 7) receive a trial in 1931. during the week for instruction
yard lead over Wilson and Cogdill I
who took second and third for the
Captain Valentine of the Wolves,
swimming in his last dual meet,
touched out Schmeiler in the 150-
yard back stroke race with Boyer
of Northwestern coming in a close
third. The century sprint was won
by Troup of Northwestern in the
closest battle of the meet. Smith
fought for first honors throughout
the distance, but was nosed out by
the Purple star, who covered the
100-yards in 55 4-5 seconds.
Raike, veteran diving board art-j
ist for the Maize and Blue, clicked
well against strong competition on
the part of Browning and Willard
of the Wildcats, and gleaned 107
points in 11 dives to cop the event.
Browning was next with 93.9 mark-
ers while Fenske of Michigan took
third with a score of 92.,
Kennedy and Schmeiler took the !
first two places in the 220-yard free
style with ease, and Ai'kin came
third. Meigs, Miller, and Marcus
each gained more than half a
length over their rivals in the med-
ley and won by a huge margin.
Northwestern won the water polo
400-yard relay-Won by Michigan
(Marcus, Klintworth, Smith, Ladd) ;
second, Northwestern (Debenham,
Troup, Aikin, Covode); 3:41.
200-yard breast stroke-Won by
Miller (M); second, Schmeiler (M);
third, Bernoflo (NW); 2:37 4-5.
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no one can teil--if the letter is
written on Old Hampshire station-
cry -for it gives an almost presi-
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truly aristocratic paper.
able to sotat th same line-up that
has carried his team through with
only one defeat, that coming at the
hands of the strong Indiana outfit.!
Riley will assume the heavy-
weight burden for the Wildcats,
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at Yost Field House any day
after 3:00 o'clock.
Doug Miller, manager.
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