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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 1931

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LOSS OF \VE T ERANSPuckmen ____Ls_
HINDERS WISCONSIN
WRESTLER WINS BIG TEN STANDINGS PU
Williamson, Sophomore Guard, IN PURPLE MEET Northwestern ........10 1 .910 IN
Leads Individual Scorers Minnesota............7 4 .637
With Six Point Total. !Pur . .. .6 4 .600
Illinois.6 5 .546
SUBS GET INTO GAME I Indiana.5 5 .00
Wisconsin.......4 7 .364
(By Morrie Zenoff, Sports Editor Chicago3........ 3 6 .33
the Daily Cardinal). Ohio State ...2 7 .222
MADISON, Wis., Feb. 28.-A tall Iowa 2 8 .200
fast Michigan quintet took the
measure of Wisconsin's miniature
five for the second time this year / APPLERS [PEAT
tonight when they completely out- 'Hu
npaved the Cardinal men to win, T J1
The Wolve five, led by their able --
giants Altenhof and Daniels, two Dougovito and Otto Both Gain
of the leading scorers in the Big ies; Sigwert and Reif
T e n Conference
played superb ball Roland Otto, Get Time Decis ons.
to win the con-v
' 'test and their ac-. W 0Verane ophomore 126-pound (..ucciW to 'te Ial
curate long pass- wressder, Xbo last night gahned a EVANSTON, Ill., Feb. 28.-The
ng was too much fall over Jones, of Northwestern, iUniversity of Michigan matmen do-
,s for the followers four r:inates and 21 seconds. feated the Northwestern wresting
of the difficult team here his afernoon b seore
r Meanwell defense -)
system. teRe TAI10S Dof 21-13. The Wolverine wrestlerso
,; Starting 'off at gained three falls, and two dime
the very begin- decisions. Ncrth western gained one Mi
ning of the con- fall, one decision, and took one on throu
WIL MlSON test, the m e n forfei0t TIR asoaat
from Ann Arbor orfeit. of th
were out in front all the way and Dougovitto, starring for t h e the fi
only twice were threatened with a Boilermakers Defeat Minnesota Wolves in place of Stoddard in the i
tie by Wisconsin. The only minia- to Tie With Wolverines 175-pound class again threw his PIP
ture player of the Wolverine quar- for Third Position man, Brown, gaining a fall in seven L
tet, Weiss, proved a key in the
offense put up by the winners and minutes, 39 seconds. Another fall
managed to connect with two under for the Michigan matmen came ,App
basket shots. ball team formally cinched . the when Otto, .35-pound grappler, put
Altenhof increased his soring in Western Conference title last night hen o, 1.35-poun gr put
the Big Ten individual race by at Columbus by administering a utsm3neondh enntfall over
scoring two field goals and a gift conviicing 32-18 defeat to the utes, 13 seconds. Bennett's fall over NE
shot while Williamson, high scorer Buckeyes. The Wildcats have but Kerrigan came in 4:48. Captain loss
for the evening, managed to topple one more game to play, against Io- Auer was again on the injured list hurle
in three field goals and a free wa Monday, and should have little and the heavyweight bout had to Man
throw. trouble in maintaining their record be forfeited to the Purple team. plans
Three Wisconsin players were of losing but one game this season. In the 118-pound class, Sigwart Mc
tied for high point honors for the Purdue remained in a tie with took the decision from Coulter, of gras,
home team, Steen, forward; Wick higan for third place by win- the Purple, in 7:23. Following Ot- shoul
ham, center, and ning from Minnesoota 33-28 in a to's victory over Jones, Benz of the ing b
Poser, guard col- fast game. This loss pushes Min- Wolverines, succumbed to the tac- good
lecting 4 points nesota down nearer the Wolverines tics of Garrigan of Northwestern, mont
apiece. Wickham, and the Boilermakers and gives the and then Parker lost to Miller by past
a comparatively third place teams a chance to move a fall. Reif, Michigan, defeated not t
nwman to the 19upa1ntch
new ell t eup a notch. Loowry in a decision bout. 1931
playe te out-- Illinois continued its winning Summaries: No
played the out- m\ streak with a victory over the bot- 118 pound-Sigwart (M) defeated willI
standing game tom place Iowa quintet at Chain- Coulter (N.U.); decision, 7:23. June,
for the Badgers, paign when the Indians piled up a 126 pound-Bennett (M) won by an a
while Steen at 31-13 lead before the game was forfeit. in th
to be dangerouse over. This win keeps the Illini in 135 p o u n d-Otto (Ci) defeated Cart
Every man on fifth position behind Michigan and Jone, (N.U.); fall, 4:2 rivals
the Michigan EVELAND Purdue. 145 pund-Garrigan (N.U.) de-
team with the exception of Tessmer Indiana took an exciting game feated Benz (M); decision, 4:13.
and Garner scored at least two from the Chicago Maroons by a 155 pound-Iciller (N.U. defeated
points during the game. one point 33-32 decision at Chicago. Parker (M), fall, 9:16.
It was apparent that C:ach The results of the games last 165 p o u n d-Rcif (M) defeated
eanwell felt the loss of his co- night do not change the ranking Lowry (N.U.); decisionL 9:23.
captains, Paul and Chmielski in of any of the teams in the Big Ten, 175 pound-Dougovitto (M) de-
the game tonight as Poser and Reb- since with the exception of the Pur- feated Brown (N.U.); fall, 7:39.
holz were unable to cope with the due victory over Minnesota the first Heavyweight-iley (N.U.) won
fast passing and dribbling game division teams came. through un- by forfeit.
put up by the invaders. Daniels scathed. - -
under the Cardinal basket was par- -------BOSTON--Another Boston Brave
ticularly effective in snaring long Southwestern Louisiana Institute has returned his signed contract
passes and getting the ball to his has four lettermen from the 1930 for 1931, pitcher Bruce Cunningham
teammates who were open for S. I. A. A. championship squad onbeing the latest to come to terms
shots. its basketball team this year. with the club management.
SUMMARIES!
WisconsinUfg ft t Complete Line of Everything Musical
Steen, t ......."........2 0 41

Btil"r

Gophers, 2-0

CKSTER PLAYS

LAST

COI'EST

Basketball, Track Squads Will
Play Out of Town; Fencing
Meet Here Saturday.
Michigan's sports calendar for
this week is not only comparatively
weak but also loD--sided. There will
be but thrce athletic events on the
card for the Wolverine teams and
all of them come Saturday night,
only one being held here in Ann
Arbe':.
Coach George Veenker will take
nis men out of town to invade
Bloomington Saturday night in an
earnest endeavor to repeat the de-
feat that they dished out to the
Hoosiers here last week. Naturally,
Indiana will not be entertaining
any such ideas, but hope by the
advantage of playing on their own
floor in part to avenge themselves
on the Michigan team.
A victory over the Hoosiers will
give Michigan that much blptter
chance for ending up the confer-
ence race near the top. In fact in
the event that Minnesota should
lose one game while the Wolver-
ines are picking up a couple victor-
ies, Michigan will finish as the run-
ners-up this year.
Saturday night will also see
Coach Hoyt's indoor track team
competing in the Western Confer-
ence meet at Madison. Michigan
has a good chance to place high
in this meet although the weak-
ness in the shot put and pole vault
events should prove a hindrance.
Indiana has a strong aggregation
of track star4 this year and will
make a formidable bid for honors,
while Illinois and Wisconsin are
(Continued on Page 7)

uOCIU T LANI)INGSPt
W. L. T. Pet.
ichigan......5 2 1 .714
Wisconsin ......3 3 1 .500
Minnesota......2 5 0 .286

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GYOOD IN STUDIES

Dr. Mean well Says Basketball
Is Really College Game'.
(BA, A dori( Press)
MADISON, Wis., Feb. 28.-Dr.
Walter E. Meanwell, who has coach-
ed winning basketball teams at the
University of Wisconsin for 18 years,
believes good students make good
basketball players.
He is of the opinion that basket-
ball and studies go hand in hand,
and comments, "I have found that
the cleverest basketball players are
the cleverest students."
As proof, he points to stars of re-
cent BAdger fives, Louis Behr, cap-
tain in 1927-28, was an honor stu-
dent, and Harold Foster, captain
last year and an all-conference for-
ward for two years, received grades
above the average.
Marvin Steen, defensive forward
on the present team, stands among
the highest in his class.
Dr. Meanwell calls basetball a
"college game," and explains he
means that a student can partici-
pate in the sport and at the same
time maintain high standings.
His basketball teams have main-
tained the highest academic aver-
age of any sport over his long per-
iod of service here.
Men were successful in a rifle
match against the co-eds at the
University of Kentucky. The score
was 961 to 817.

MICHIGAN SWEEPS
MINNESOTA SERIS
Reid and Crossman Score Goals
for Champions; Captain
Schlanderer Stars.
By John Thomas.
Captain Arthur Schlanderer led
his team to a 2-U victory over Min-
nesota in the final Western Con-
ference hockey game at the Coli-
seum last night. Playing in his last
game under the Maize and $lue
colors Schlanderer starred after
assuring his team the Big Ten
championship in the first of the
two-game series Friday night.
Reid scored the first Michigan
tally when he skated down the
sideline alone, evading all oppon-
ents, and hooked his shot into the
outside corner of the net. The sec-
ond score came as Crossman and
Schlanderer skated down the ice
with only one defense man against
them. Schlanderer drew the Minne-
sota man off and passed to Cross-
man who scored with a back-hand
shot lifted over goalie Jones' stick.
Both teams resorted to long shots
during the first period. Prouse,
teaming with Williams held the
Gophers at bay making them shoot
from in back of the red-line. Mich-
igan threatened several times but
did not have the final punch to
put the score across. Schlanderer
and Reid did most of the Wolver-
ine shooting during this period.
Jones, Minnesota goalie, saved his
team from being scored upon time
after time. Crossman, from behind
(Continued on Page q)

Tom Prouse,
chigan defense man, who came
ugh last night against Minne-
to play his final and best game
.e year, staying on the ice for
ull 60 minutes of hostilities.
DGRASS MAY BE
OST TO YANKEESQ
endicifis Attack May Keep
Star Pitcher on Bench.1
(P IAsscciaed Press)
W YORK, Feb. 28.--Possible
of George Pipgras, ace Yankee
r, until mid-season has given
ager Joe McCarthy's pennant
a terrific blow.
Carthy was depending on Pip-
George w a s expected to
der a great part of the hurl-
burden this year. And it is
pitching that McCarthy needs
if he is to take his charges
Washington and the Athletics,
to mention Cleveland, in the
flag battle.
w comes news that Pipgras
be unavailable possibly until
, surely until late May, due to
ttack of appendicitis. And it is
e early spring games that Mc-
hy hoped to get a jump on his
.s.
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