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Altenhof Gathers Eleven Points
To Take Scoring Honors in
Conference Opener.
by Soc Russell.
Michigan's Varsity cagers emu-
lated their gridiron brethren last
night in the Field House by taking
a healthy crack at the hopes of
the championship Purdue quintet
when they let the Boilermakers
down with a 29-22 defeat. This win
gives Coach Veenker's team a flying;
start toward a Big Ten champion-
ship since the invaders are counted
one of the three strongest outfits'
in the circuit, and
a win over them
establishes tlie'
W o 1 v erines as
strongg contend-
Playing a wait-
ing type of game,
with the offensive
holding back until
a break presented
itself, Weiss drew,
first blood for the
ALTEN10F Wolves when he
dropped one of a
pair of fouls. Purdue came back
strong, however, and ran the countj
up to 4-1 with baskets by Wooden
and Eddy. The Maize and Blue
then took matters into their own
hands and added seven points to1
their total making the count 8-4,'
a lead which was overcome butj
once, after the sensational Wooden
had sunk two quick ones in a row,
followed by a long try by Steward
to bring the score up to 9-10 in
Purdue's favor
just before half
Altenhof then
sent his team into
a lead from which
they were never ,
headed by looping
the ball through :
the hoop twice'
from the floor
and once from'
the charity line(
beforce the halft WEISS,
ended. This made
the score 13-10 in Michigan's favor
at the middle of the game.
Michigan constantly kept ahead
of its opponent during the second
period with the Boilermakers never
(Continued on Page 7)

Yearling Track Team
to Report on Friday
Yearling track enthusiasts will
turn out for the first squad
meeting following the holiday
layoff next Friday afternoon in
the field house under the direc-
tion of freshman Coach Ken
The second of a series of in-
ter-squad track meets among the
ycarling thinclads has been set
for Thursday and Friday, Jan.
28 and 29, Coach Doherty an-
nounced. The first meet proved
to be a fine success with two
new records being set, in the
high jump and weight events.
It is exected that these marks
may be impioved sill more in
the coming trials.
Inter-Team Competition Planne
as Part of New System Now
in Effect.
With all the attractions and dis
ipations of the holidays but mem
ories to be told and retold, Varsit
trackmen are resuming their nor
mal routine in the field house un
der Coach Chuck Hoyt's tutelage
Coach Hoyt has announced tha
the program of drill for the nea
future will entail intensive condi
tioning sessions in an effort to ge
the meninshape for the comi
indoor meets, the first of whicnh
to be the triangular meet here Feb
Announce Time Trials.
Inter-team competition in th
form of time trials has also bee
announced as part of the new sys
tem in an effort to show the result
of the weekly drills and the amoun
of improvement made. The tim
trials are to be held every Satur
day afternoon in the field hous
The whole threat of the Varsit
thinclads as far as the dash event
are concerned is centered in a tri
of star lettermen which include
Tolan, Smith and Campbell. Tola
and Campbell both won honors i
their yearling competition and the
came through with some fine per
formances last year. Lamb,
sophomore aspirant, is showing u
fair in the pre-season trials an
may come through with a place o
two during the coming season. Hit
who was one of the best bets in t
freshmanetrials last season, ha
not turned out for practice as ye
Cox Improves.
A new star seems to be in t
making in the weight event wit
Cox showing some wonderful po
sibilities in the hammer throw,a
well as the discuss and shot even
He is a sophomore this year, b
(Continued on Page 7)

Stars Will Swim Here
ORI H GINIANS Chicago A.R. to Bring SeveraO
- FormerWildcat Natators
Capain Auer Expected to be in to Meet Michigan Varsity.Defense Also Stronger in Game
RuFUs pAgoiMse! Mihigan Aggses;
K I S E R Shape for Contest With Against Ontario Aggis;
Easterners. Crossman Injured.
--~--- - Eise By Cuen Kennedy. ----
Holders of 15 former Big Ten After their recent disastrous east-
Going through the practice ses- swimming titles will be among the en invasion Michigan's pukinen
sian last night the Wolverine wrest- galaxy of stars who will compete came home to swamp a crack ice
lers showed more condition than here on January 29, with the squad aggregation from the Ontario Ag-
before and gave promise of f natators from the Chicago Ath- ricultural college by an 8-1 score,
in sh pe to meet the grapplers letic Association. These records were Monday night. In overwhelming
from West Virginia at the top of set by flye swimmers recently grad- the Aggies the Wolverines combin-
their form. Coach Keen has put uated from Narthwestern Univers- ed a fast scoring machine, with
the entire squad over the road this ity, all former members of powerful Reid and Crossman starring, with
week and is building up speed as Wildcat tank aggregations. an almost impenetrable defense.
well as staying power in his crew Caacd tratt Mann of theAbedfe.
of matmen. IScringAcOt.
cofCMatan. h Wolverine natators, who have Keith Crossman, star scoring ace
o Captain Auer, who is looked to been the Purple's most capablehB
for the honors in the heavyweigh eppgn}nt ( r the past few s y of the Maize and Blue, was very
division, is still out with a wrench-j badly injured in Monday'sgans
ediirm, butsticmuy wbthbakrin th~ sons, faces the mighty task of receiving a twisted knee which may
ed arm, but he may be back in the forming a comrbination of Mich- h t of the line-up for
ring for the meet with the eastern-ssCkeep him ou dof t Cepliner
en. extSatrda. Oto s aso uf- igan swiiunn.ers to face the Chi- the next few days. Captaini Art
<..:;:>es next Saturdaylighto-isealso suf-l riw 1 bb e l
..nngfro:asliht:;lg"n;uy awo A. A. two weeks fromi Uri- Schlanderer will probably get the
. which will probably keep him out m i a eal g ma , call for duty in the event that
of the competition, but the rest of Coa Mann's sroblem still re- Crossmamnny Reid was al foretd
( H~~~ARLOWyCoclI n' rolerstlr-
ROTHERTthe squad is rounding into shape ains a difficult one to solve th 0 A C game in the
d and should put up a strong front. as there are but few veterans ou o eo . but able to ne
Tonight the trials will be run off remaining from the crack Vars- econd period, latewas
to.decide who will battle in each r in fomtec kV.s turn to actionler.
t ~of the weight classes. Also thej Thursday night M i e h i g a n s
squad will be cut from the show- hockey artists will entrain for Mil-
'- ings. made in 'these tryout matches. graduates now with the Chicago waukee where they will, engage the
GEORGE Keen has a number of good men in tankers is Brier, who can boast of Marquette
haigsn x dseeaite iwheeMrqet University team in a two
><f> stegh willber maintaine to ta krstrecn utv er,193 hrimogteclegaehse
eveiy division and the choices will game series on Friday and Satur-
- be close, b u t enough reserve years of collegiate competition. day. Last year Marquette was rated
- strength will be maintained to take For three consecutive ,years, 1923- third among the collegiate hockey
. care of any injuries or losses dur- this sprinter kept bus hold on sextets of the country, and it was
t the 40-yard free style event, his
A tea composed of Rufus Kiser, University of Washington distance Remembering the defeat that the best time of 18.4 being chalked up the Milwaukeeans that gave them
- runner, Rarlow Rothert, Stanford weight mrian, and George Simpson, grapplers from West Virginiahand- in 1925. Walker of Michigan was this ranking instead of the honor
grplr ignigh nyohr wme oaheve having been bestowed on the Wol-
Ohio State dash star, will leave this month to compete in track meets ed the Wolves in 1929, which prov- the only other swimmer to ach
to be held in Australia and New Zealand. The team representing the ed to be their only loss that sea- eqalli ark,thWtime rine 12 a verines, whotwere listed fourth.
A. A. U. expects to be gone about three months, returning home April 11. son, and noting the reports that also held the title in the 220 and Marquette Again Stroig.
----- - --- - have come out of the East this4 . Marquette has a good team again
SLSEIyear, it appears that the bouts Sat- 440 in 1923, the 440 in 1924, and this season but nothing like the
u CG STRIPPEDn " TITLE urday night will be some of the was the century champion in 1925. 1930 squad, and Coach Ed Lowrey
iBY ATHLETIC BOARDIN NEW YORK hardest that the Michigan matmen .hg is anticipating a is confident that his Wolverine
n- --_will have on their schedule. As an difficult task i matching the puckmen will have no great diffi-
- opener the battle will be tougher speed of another former Purple culty in besting their Wisconsin
gs Commission Considers New Bout for a program climaxed by a title than those usually slated for mid- star in the 100, 220 and 440- opponents. Nine men will make the
t For Championship. match between Schmeling and season. yard free style events. Howell, journey to the city across the lake.
e Stribling in Chicago in June. A ( Sigwart and Youngman seem to who did his intercollegiate Practice will be held on the Coli-
(By issociated Press> $500,000 offer already has been re- top the 115 pound class while Otto, swimming in 1924 and 1925, seuni ice both tonight and tomor-
e. NEW YORK Jan. 6.-The New ceived by Schmeling for this match Aldinger, Cortez and Bennett are has claimed the Conference row.
y York State Athletic Commission and "Pa" Stribling has indicated in the race for the 125 class. Joe title in each of these events -- - -
is today decided to withdraw heavy- readiness to close. Woodard holds the lead at 135 and twice with the exception of the P E N S
o weight championship recognition Meanwhile, Schmeling may find either Benz or Willson will start century sprint. A ND
es from Max Schmeling, of Germany. himself stripped altogether of title in the 145 pound bout. Parker and Wolverine hopes ror first honors p E N C I L S
n At the same time, the commission recognition in the United States, Heim lead the 165 division and Jor- in the diving events are rather low,
n announced it would considera;inasmuch as the National Boxing dan, Reif and Dougovito are choices with Culbath, an Olympic diver and A makes and all prces
n match ,-etween Jack Sharkey and Association's poll on the subject for the 175 pound class. Stodard a former National Intercollegiate A Red Arrow Place
- an outstanding opponent, prefer_ already has indicated a substantial will probably fight the heavy bat- champion, performing in the capa-~DMO RIL
a ably Young Stribling, for the majority of member states in favor tie, but several changes are expect- city of fancy diver for the Chicago 0. D.
p heavyweight title. of declaring his title null and void. ed in the heavier weight classes. (Continued on Page 7) 14 South State St. Phone 6615
id The commission announced the[ __
r indefinite suspensionain New York l
h, of Schmeling as well as his mana-
ger, Joe Jacobs. Jacobs attended
a today's meeting, together with Wil-
Liam F. Carey, president of Madison
Square Garden, in an effort to
he straighten ot the tangled heavy-
th weight program.
s- The disbarment of Schmeling,I
as who was recognized as the world's 1
ts. champion by the commission after
ut he won on a foul from Sharkey
here in June, may pave the way!4
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Michigan fg
Eveland, f.............. 1
Weiss, f,.-...............1
Daniels, c.... .. ............. 3
Altenhof, g,. ............ 4
Williamson, g, ...........1
Shaw; g,. ............... 0
Totals ................10
Purdue fg
Kellar, f,. ............... 1
Eddy, f, ................ 2
Porter, f.................2
Stewart, c. ............. 1
Wooden, g,. ............. 3
Huser, g . .............. 1



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