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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1931

THF MICHIGAN DAILY

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WOLERINES TA
GAME FROM Pl9URDU
Veenkermen Get Flying Start By
Letting Boilermakers Down
With 29-22 Defeat.
(Continued From Page 6)
drawing up closer than two points
in the rear. Both teams sank five
field goals during this half, but
Michigan made good on every one
of its six fouls, while Purdue added

ICHICAGOTANKMEN
TO MEETVARSITY
(Continued from Page 6)
tankmen. Culbath was the Big Ten
champion in 1928 when he repre-
sented Northwestern.
Hminch and Peterson are the
remaining Western Conference
titleholders to appear in the ?
opposing lineup. Hinch is favor-
ed in the back stroke event,
having taken first honors inI
the Conference meets for the
past two years, his marks being
the best yet to be made in the
Big Ten. Peterson won the 100-
yard breast stroke event in 1929.

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two out of three.
Both teams were able to ring up
10 floor shots, but the Wolverines R C M N R S M
found the advantage in their ability I
to cash in on the free throws, miss-I
ing but two during the entire forty
minutes of play. The Boilermakers
made two of the five which were
given them. I
Ray Altenhof proved to be the raining for Triangular Meet
big gun of Coach Veenker's offense Begins in Earnest as Team
by taking high scoring honors for Returns From Vacation.
the evening with 11 points. The
fighting Michig"an (Continued From Page 6)
W ' guard played aI
gear playgd a has a freshman mark of around
fine floor game 130 feet over which he has tossed
as well, and was

BASKETBALLI
Immediately after the close ofl
tIe Michigan-Purdue game lastl
night the Intramural basketballl
season got under way with four1
games scheduled for 9:00 o'clock
and another four at 9:40. Both to-
d'ay and tomorrow there will be 24
games.
Each player, before he will be
ALUMNI FENCERS
TO MEETVARSITY
Regulars to Face First Severe
Test of Season Saturday.
Now that the holidays are over
the Wolverine Varsity fencing squad1
ha5 again taken up its afternoon
jractiees under the eye of Coach
Johnstone at the Intramural Build-
ing. This week's workouts will be
more complete and strenuous than
those in December, as the coach
gets his team into top form to
meet the alumni fencers of the
University at 2:30 Saturday after-
10on.
This meet will surely task theI
Wolverines to put forth their best
and should be about the most diffi-.
cult one of the entire season, be-
cause of the former stars on the
alumni squad. Smellie of the 1924
team, Schriber, one of the fencing,
assistants, and Stolpman, who was
captain last year, will compose the
fols contingent of the graduates.
Emeilie and Dowcett, also of last
year's team, will carry on the work
in the epee matches. Smellie again,
and Lt. Borke, U. S. N., will take
the mat for the alumni in the sabre
event.
The Varsity squad will include
Friedman, Lovell, and Gordon to
facet he older men in the foils;
Winig and Reichardt, who was
threatened with ineligibility, defend
in the epee; while Gordon and De-
Stephano are the sabre men.

permitted to play, must present a I
health card. Each fraternity may
have as many as three teams, A.
B, and C. At the present time a
total of 190 teams have entered
the competition.
CLASS BOWLING
January 13 is the closing date
when entries will be accepted for
the inter-class bowling tournament
which is to be staged starting Jan-
uary 14 on the Union alleys. If only
a few teams enter the one having
the highest score for one roll will
be the winner. If the entry list is
fairly large a straight elimination
method will be used.
A team is composed of five men,
and anyone is eligible to organize
one of these groups. Call or send
your entry now to tihe Intramural
Sports Building, phone 22101, or the
Union bowling alleys, phone 4151.
Also call the bowling alleys to find
out the time your team rolls.
INDOOR TENNIS
The indoor tennis tournamentj
sponsored annually by the Intra-'
mural department will get undt:r
way Saturday morning, Jainuay Y1.
Entries for the sin-(es, w.ich will
be the only event CuLdUted, vill
close January 13. The finals will be
held over .until the annual open
house activities on AMarch 18.
This event last year was w n by
Rollin Clark, but it c'mreeto(! th
the competition this year v; ill '
keener than ever before.
Tennis will take precedence _V'.
basketball in the building unil 2
p. m. every day, but after that mus t
give way to the basket tossers i
there are more than two games
already on the floor. Tennis can be
played as long as it does not inter-
fere with the above sport after this
hour, however. Varsity players will
be given the preference ot courts
A and B, which leaves two couri
always available in the morning.

LASSIFIE
ADVERTISING
NOTICE
TUTORING IN EVERY SUBJE
Tommie Mack Tutoring Ag
310 S. State, Phone 7927.
USED CLOTHES bought and
Call 4310, 215 E. Waghirn
H. Benjamin.
TYPING-Theses a specialty.
rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial
WAI2ED
WAN'TED - Student to work
time. Do not apply unless
need money. Call at roon
Union, 4:00 to 7:30 today.
WANTED-Sales people, ma
female. We need five mor
sell the Thrift Book. Fast s
item. Everybody a prospect
eral commission. Apply at 2
State.

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the outstanding!
player on the
floor. Hank Weiss,
assigned the diffi-
cult task of stop-
ping Wooden,
Coach Lambert's
white hope, . al-
lowed the All-
DANIELS Conference guard
of last year to
sink three spectacular shots on him
the first half, but held the Purdue
flash to one foul goal during the
second period.
Norm Daniels, with three field
goals and a like number of fouls to
his credit, pushed Altenhof hard for
scoring honors, while Eveland rated
next with a field goal and two fouls.
For the invaders, Wooden, around
whom their entire offense centered,
was the outstanding star both on
offense and de-
fense, although J
Stewart, Eddy,
and Porter made ,
themselves felt
during the game.
The score of
this game just
about expresses"
the difference in
the form display-
ed by the two
teams last night.
Michigan, under a
distinct height WILLIAMSON
disadvantage swept its opponents
off their feet by a brilliant offense
and a tight defense, making few
mistakes except in shooting, while
Purdue proved to be more sluggish
in every department of the game.

the hammer.
While competing in several A. A.
U. meets this last summer in De-
troit he put on some excellent per-
formances and came through with
several wins. Coach Hoyt believes
he has all the possibilities of de-
veloping into as good a weight man
as Ketz or Campbell. Goldsmith is
also practicing with the weight--
and will be counted on to add to
the team points in these events.
The distance men turned out
yesterday afternoon also for a few
limbering up runs. Hill, Braden
and Wolfe will carry the Varsity
colors in this event, with Turner,
Crawford, and Mueller doing their
bit in the half mile run. Eknovitch,
one of the best half-milers on the
yearling squad last season, break-
ing the record in that event, is ex-
pected to come through again in
Varsity competition. He also holds
positions in the 440 and 880-yard
runs. He underwent a minor oper-
ation during the holidays, but will
be out again for practice this week.
Montreal Farms Out
Three Young Recruits1
(By Associated Press)
MONTREAL, Que., Jan. 6. - The
Montreal Maroons have sent three
young players, Paul Haynes, Desse
Roche and Al Huggins, to the
Windsor club of the International
league for further seasoning. All
three were recruited from theI
Montreal Amateur Athletic, asso-
ciation team of 1929.

-one of them chose a mist
blue, another an a I m o n d
brown and the last a conser-
vative gray. All of them
selected from our fine stock
of woolens knowing that only
the best of materials and tail-
oring go into our suits at--
$!5

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