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February 17, 1931 - Image 7

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foyt Sends Thinclads Through
Paces in Preparation for
Triangular Event.
Success marked the efforts of
Michigan's Varsity thinclads in
their first competition of the sea-
son last Saturday when the Wol-
verine entry in the third annual
West Virginia Games won every
event in which it was entered, corn-
peting at Morgantown, W. Va., with
teams from several other colleges
including Georgetown, West Virgin-
ia, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Princeton,
and Penn State.
With these laurels safely tuckedl
away, Coach Charles Hoyt is faced
with the task of selecting his en-
tries for the opening meet here
Thursday when the Varsity enter-
tains Ypsilanti Normal and Detroit
City college in a triangular affair.
The entry list for the meet can not
be completed until a complete

Spartan Team to Meet Michigan
in Intramural Pool.
Michigan's Varsity natators will
enter upon their second semester
activities Wednes;lay night at 7:30 1
o'clock when they meet the Michi- I
gan State swimming team in theI
Intramural building pool, in the
first intercollegiate meet of the sea-
son. Admission will be by student
coupon books.
The Wolverine swimmers will
leave on Thursday for Madison
Where they will, encounter Wiscon-
sin on Friday in the first Confer-
ence meet of the year. On Satur-
day Minnesota will play host to the1
Wolves, and on Monday Illinois will
furnish the opposition for Michigan
at Urbana.


Imtramairal News

mmmw 1I

Exams are over
the J-HOp is past

Varsity Romps Over Invaders in BOXING ternity basketball race will begin
Coach Let Philbin of the boxing tonight as 20 teams will take the
First Game After Two team has announced the first bouts flooor with the hope of reversing
Weeks' Layoff. of the Inter-class competition to the decisions of the first half of
be held Friday night, Feb. 20. the season.
(Continued From Page 6) The Freshman team will box the These teams will. present better
rinod for his team's share of the Juniors and the winners will be offensive and defensive quintets
scoring. Michigan counted 12 times pitted against the winners of the than they showed in the first half,
from the floor and five times from Sophomore-Senior meet for the In- if the recent practices prove true
ter-class championships. criedians. eMany freot
the free throw line during the open- The outstanding bout of the eve- atisfied with their under-dog posi-
ing period. ning will be when Daggot meets rions i their respective league
Play was even slower during the Berstein in the heavyweight diVi- races and will be fighting against
s io n. Daggot, representingte
first part of the second half than it the th tanding players will be iven
yfreshman class, is fairly fast and
was during the fehan ucls,. fairl fast a chance to show their abilities for
first period when a hard puncher. Another good the All-Star team consideration as
Coach Veenker . match is A. Taylor of the freshmenr
sentan almost against Enlund in the middleweight the eferees are picking their teams
baost.Thsso.ldbeloseaso on the basis of the second-half
entirely new line- bout. This should be close as both showings and the play-offs.
up into the fray, men have shown about the same HOCKEY
' with the result ability in the boxing classes. Xi Psi Phi, finalists in last years
that the Teach- Stevens, freshman welterweight'
ers eldMichganwill meet Allshouse arid should hockey league, will take the ice a-
Ssvers held Michigan w m a sevn . gainst Osloes in the first puck game
evnfoh whma xiigeeig
een fort h eBASKETBALL of the week tonight. Wednesday
greate20 martt The second-half of the interfra_ evening will see Psi Upsilon match
when2teminu es, -- -- sticks with Phi Sigma Kappa. The
when the s core Rangers, semi-finalists last year,
HUDSON was 33-8. Here, CLASSES BEGIN IN will try to out-skate Zeta Beta Tau
however, the reg- INS r ,TIin Friday night's encounter. The
ulars were sent back into the game G referees are making their decisions
and the fireworks st-ted again .for All-Star hockey teams positions
with Daniels, Petrie and Hudson Ray Courtright to Give Lessons and the results will be announced
snaring 11 points between them to Students and Faculty. at the close of the season.

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during the last five minutes of
Kazlusky, invading left forward,
held high scoring honors for his f
team last night tith 8 points-no
one else scored. For Michigan Norm1
Daniels again y,
copped the first .5

position in t h e
scoring she e t s
with a total of 10
points, five in
each half. Eve-
land and William-
son shared second
place with nine
counters e a c h,
while Petrie and

Indoor: golf will get under way
this week when Professional R. O.
Courtright, Petoskey - B a y V i e w
Country Club, starts his classes.
The Intramural department is
sponsoring the series of classes, one
group scheduled for Monday and
Wednesday afternoons and the oth-
er on Tuesday and Thursday after-
The sessions will be directed for
the benefit of both students and
faculty members by Coach Court-!
right. The classes already register
more than 75 students. Because of
the steadily growing list of entries'
to these sessions, classes may be
held at 7:30 on different evenings
of the week. Professional Court-

The foul throwing tournament is
under way with several entries al-
r e a d y having completed their
shooting. The entry is allowed 25
shots, needing 15 baskets to qualify,1
and then he is given 75 more shots
with the score of the 100 shots
taken as the final result. Miller
won the meet last year, registering
84 baskets. Muscovich, with 92,
holds the record.
Singles and doubles may be rolled
any time in the Union alleys up to
March 17, when the All-Campus
bowling tournament ends. In the
singles event the entry is allowed
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Kreager to Run.
Ypsi is sending its veteran star,
Captain Kreager, who will run in
the. mile against Austin and Wolfe
of Michigan, who starred in the
West Virginia exhibition. Beatty of
Ypsi will furnish the competition
for Eggleston and DeBaker in the
hurdles, with Arnett, who is one of
the best distance runners in the
collegiate roster of honor, sched-
uled to do his stuff against the
Wolverine stars.j
All men interested in fresh-
man track are requested to re-_
port to me today at Yost Field
Ken Doherty, Coach

Y. m C. A. which was scheduled to
be held in Ann Arbor last night was
called off. On Friday the Wolverine
fencers will depart for Urbana
where they will encounter Illinois,
Saturday afternoon in the second
Big Ten meet of the season. In
the first Conference encounter
Michigan downed the Ohio State
fencers, 9-8.
Bruins Lead Canadiens
in Pro Hockey League

Altenhof w e r e right said that a small fee will be
next with seven. PETRIE charged for the evening classes.
Even though Michigan's score The teaching this week will be
was high, their playing was not { limited to instruction in the grip
such that would inspire great con- of the club, Coach Courtright stat-
fidence in them. They need lots of ed. Individual lessons will be given
by appointment in the mornings
work before they resume the stren- Iand evenings.
uous Conference race, but consider- -ndevenings.
ing the fact that this was the first FACULTY SWIMMING
time the boys have played together Matt Mann is starting a begin-
since exams started, it is expected ners class in swimming for fac-
that they will at least display the ulty members at 12:15 o'clock on
form which they showed before the W e d n e s d a y afternoons. Any
rest. members of the faculty who
Daniels was the most frequent wishes to enter this class, which
offender in misplays, many of his is strictly for beginners, should
passes going wild, and showing a report on that day at the Intra-
tendency to find the ball hard to mural pool.
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Boston's Bruins continue to lead
the National Hockey league, with
an advantage of four points over
their nearest rivals, Les Canadiens
of Montreal. Boston has 48 points
to Les Canadiens' 44. Chicago, in
third place with 40 points, leads
Toronto by a single win.




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