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THURSDAY,,JANUARY 8, 1931

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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Captain Auer Will be Kept Off
Mat in West Virginia
Meet Saturday.
Coach Keen gave his charges cne
of the hardest workouts of the sea
son last night as he put themn to
the test of time trials on the mat.
Each man on the squad had a
chance to demonstrate his ability.
Along with this strenuous work in
the -ring the wrestlers WCre kept at
the usual drilis on es anos riding,
and pinning.
Although it has appeared that
Captain Auer would be able to see
action against West Virgia in the
heavyweight division this aturday.
it is now quite definite at h
wrenched arm he suffered will k^",
him out of the competition. F u-
thermore, the leg injury that Otto
sustained is going to be his ticket'
for a ringside seat instead of a
matchthisweek end. The loss of
these two men will be felt by the
Wolverines.
The grapplers are not at top form
yet, several of them apparently not
in the best of condition, but Keen
has announced that he will use
only those men who are in good
condition at the time of the meet.
Working toward this improved con-
dition, Keen has been most exact-
ing in the daily practice sessions.
Looking back at the defeat that
the visiting grapplers handed the
Wolverines in 1929, the men are1
anxious to take all possible revenge
on the West Virginia squad this t
week. The taste of that lone upset
for that otherwise successful year
still lingers and an effort will bef
made to turn the tables this year.
However, the competition is prob-c
a'bly the toughest that the Maize
and Blue wrestlers will meet this
season.
The outstanding mren continue to
be Sikwart and Youngman in the<
115-pound class, while Aldinger,
Cortez, and Bennett top the 125-
pounders. Woodard is yet the best
of the 135 men and Benz and Wil-
son rank first in the 155 division-.
The 165 class is headed by Parker
and Heim, and Jordan, Refi, and
Dougivtio look the best in the 175
event. The heavyweight battle will
probably fall to Stoddard._

PUCKMEN READY
FOR MARQUETTE
(Continued P-or Page 6)
edly be strong, Coach YLowrey's
club should give it me real
bathes. In the Maize and Blue's1
last shgowing zg inst C. A. C.
the c fens elickd better than
it has at any previous occasion
this year, with the brilliant pair
of forwards, Reid and Cross-
man, carrying the brunt of the
attack.
Both of these men suffered min-
or injuries h t n. essitated Itheir
removal Oani2 a pat of the geme,
but they both were able to get back
into the play later. It is possible
that Crosaman's leg injury, how-
ever, may keep him idle for a few
days, and if that is the case, Cap-
tain Art Schlanderer will take his
place. Tommy Courtis will again
take care of the other wing posi-
tion.
The blew that he team suf-
ered when it mill Lange
nrun kkluigoiy is a ppa-
n" being eo ved by the on-
sanlly inproving work of Tm
Prouse, who was rushed into
the breach in his stead. Al-
though the club miss-s the
scog o w e r of Lan'en,
Pause showSed to cooa'w vant,«-
tage, teamed with BiM Williams,
on the defense. The combina-
tion, with the dependable Jack
Tompkins in the nets, should
prove troublesome to the Mar-
quette forward line.

DRILLIG INDOORS
Five Hurlers in First Session
Give Pnomie, But Relief
Slabinen Needed.
With the possible development of
several additional moundsmen can-
abln of ftakinp- the-1rturn in the o-):

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T',--,Inrmra aieolsasn
started off in a whirl ef ac tion en
Tuesday night vith £ class -A
teams comperig. Kappra Daha Rhe
edged out Phi Kappa Thu in a tiht
deenive b:a.ttle by he score of C-5r
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NATIONAL BOXING GROUP TO GIVE
Sc.EL NG CHANCE TO KEEP TITLE

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(RV Aisoc iaic'd Pres,
CHICAGO, Jan. 7.-The National
Boxing Association will not stand
in the way of a heavyweight chani-
Ti ado "Y" will bring a teari of pionship fight between Max Sehmei-
ia ball olayers here to meet the ing and W. L. Young) Etribling in
pick of the University's stars. Chicago or any other state witin
Faculty and student squash play- its jurisdiction if held this sum-
mer, President John V. Chunin in-
ers will be given an opportunity to timated today.
test their skill against some of the If the championship match is
nuest players in this section in the
persons of a group from either the L. A S S I F I E
Dtroit Athletic Club or the Uni-
er ty Club-
Sgroup of expert Badminton ~

held at Soldier Field, Chicago, it
may :.be the first 15-round battle
n boxing became legalized in
at. e Illinois State Athletic
Con-uni ien eaded by Gn.Clin-
irtoa had a bill dlraft ied for
sent [in to the state 1gislature
desining oi increase the limit on
chaio Ginship bouts from 10 to 15
on and wa;confident. of its
pass.e ,.
~'ORRENT
NEAR CAMPUS-2 furnished rooms,
steam heat, housekeeping privi-
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during the Big Ten season as the , i iaxiothe(dc be =
main objective Coach Ray Fisher is ended 7-5.
directing a group of five hurlers' g Other sc"res on 'he c n
through three workouts a week in program were Phi Epi Kapa
the cage at the Field --ouse. wit 26, Oncga Pa Phi 17; Aie Om
but fur pitchers of any eCper . Sigra Nt 29; Phi Dec Th'P .
returning to the fold for the co-n- Kpp N 2; ,Signa A .is ,ilaa
ing: campaign the Wolverine mentor , Theta CY 14; Zeta L Tu 1.
7s faced with a serious problem if Theta Kapxpa Nu 18; and T eia Xi
Michigan is to have a winning ball 12, Phi Lambda Kappa
tea En.XA
Compton, iegler, and McNeal ^-BITION VA '
are the experienced men availab e Plans are going faria::i foi' a
with Folger, a capable twirler who Program of exhibition matches to
has been ineligible in past years, be held Thursday, January 15, in
rounding out the first-string list. the Intramural building.j
Fisher has Bartholomew, Presby, For the third successive year the1
McKay, Bobecan, and Traverse --- _
working out at present, Bartholo -
Ymaw having appeared briflv in two,
varsity games last year and Presby
having pitehedthree innings of ore 1
game.
The remainder of the group have
had no competitive college season-
ing, but show considerable promps ;f

players headed by E. Hedges will
e: nstrate this game and give
eoaking to anyone interested.
n big feature of the evening
1 be the demonstration of Code
z by its inventor Dr. William E.
Code and his pupil W. G. Webster.
This game is fast gaining in popu-
larity and this exhibition will afford
an excellent opportunity for the al-
ready large list of enthusiasts to
become better acquainted with the
fine points of the game.

NOTICE

FOREST Restaura nt, mincais and
up. Forest near~ S. U. C.
IF YOU want your car insured in
a Stock Co. with no exclusions,
and road service dial 5502. Bon-
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bldg. 361.
Ladies' dainty silks are washed by
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MOE LAUNDRY
Call 3916 for Delivery Service,
204 North Main

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of rounding into capable boxmen
YEARLING CAGERS with a little more experience. The
A resent tri-weekly drills will b .
U Icontmuedinto the second semesitrc
F a iwhen the regular practices will
Freshman basketball aspcirants begin, and the men will be worked
;ry ier h s rslowly in an effort to teach them
aye oF si x r e ourcesl -bth ase t- control above all else.
uore of sip- more wiould-be basket- Presby, although the possessor of
tossers from the yearling squad. c rble tugf she a o
'This will probably be the final cut. considerable stuff, showed a coma -
The rlrainin mber fl ct. lete lack of control in his first
Theemanin members off the( year, but was brought along care -I
fist-year court team who will prob- yulr,'lat yandhowg cor-
ably form the makeup of the squad fully last year and showed con-
during the remainder of the sea- siderable improvement. This year it
son include: Allen, Leland, Bohn- is hoped that he will develop still
sack, and Litchfield who are aim- further so as to enable Fisher to
ing at the center berth; Collister. use him with the varsity.
Kouzuck, Rat termanSchmidt Lack of first-class pitchers both
Graham, Kimmel, and Barnhissel for starting and relief roles ,will
forwards; and Dobbs, Tillotson, handicap the Wolverines severely
Fishman, Fish, and Boder who are in the Conference race this spring,
aspiring to the guard positions.
-----__ -- --- INTRAMURAL NOTICE.
IOCKEY NOTICE. All intramural Department
Freshman hockey practice will managers report to the Intra-
be held at the Coliseum from 6 mural building at twelve forty-
till 8 on Friday and Saturday five (12:45) Thursday, January 8
this week. for 'Ensian picture.

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