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Every Western Conference basket- vantage of having already taken
ball -team will go into action to- the count of Illinois. The Buckeyes,911E T G91N. ,
night in a serious effort to start although still untried as to their -
l Soff on the right foot toward the
Small Squad Proves Handicap as coveted Big Ten championship. worth in Conference competition, G Eght Bouts Schedue on Cad

Northwestern Five Rated Among
Strongest Aggregations
in Conference.
Reiff and Reil, Forwards, Both
Will Bear Watching by
Michigan Guards.
By Joe Russell,
Michigan Northwestern
Weiss -I£Reiff
Eveland rf Reil
Daniels CMcCarnes
Altenhof lg Marshall
Williamson rg Smith
Michigan faces -its supreme test
tonight. Northwestern, rated as the
strongest basketball aggregation in
the Western Conference, plays host
to the Maize and Blue at Evanston,
and while as yet untried in Big Ten
competition, the Wildcats are sure
to put up a battle which will force
Coach Veenker's quintet to show
its smartest game.
Michigan assumed something of
the proportions of a "giant killer" I


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Michigan Icers Invade Iwo quintets nave aireiauy sutereu
Milwaukee Rink defeat each in preliminsiies to the
swinging into action o. e entire
MConference. Purdue, last year's win-
Michigan will play the second tiners of the title,. were whipped by
hockey game on its present trip in- the Wolverine five Tuesday night,
to foreign territory this week when 29 - 22, and the fighting Illini
the Wolverines meet the Marquette j dropped its initial encounter to the
puck-chasing team again tonight. Badgers, 32-9, in a hard-fought
skirmish the preceding night.
This contest and the one played With the Wolverine-Wildcat clash
last night are perhaps the hardest!, at Evanston as the feature of the
on the Michigan schedule this year. evening, several other games of
The Hilltoopers have a splendid additional interest are on the card.
record behind them, ranking third At Columbus the Buckeye basket-
eers will show their mettle against
best in the country last year, and the Wisconsin quintet, that will
they always put a strong team on start the game with the added ad-



the ice.I
Coach Lowrey is handicapped by
the size of his squad that he has
taken along on this extended inva-
sion of the rinks, because he has!
but one extra defense man and a!
lone offense reserve player. With so!
few cards left in his hand to. play,I
the Michigan mentor of the ice:
team will have to stand pat more
or less on the sextet that he used
to play the Marquette club last
Lineup is Altered.!

All Dettoit Competition
for Commodore Sorenson
'Trophy Award.

when the Wolverines put a severe
kink in the hopes of Coach Lam-
bert's Boilermakers in their -cam-
paign toward a
second Confer-
e n c e champion-
<' ?and the
game tonight will
be the most im-
' portant one stag-
ed in the circuit.
Before the season
opened, Purdue
a n d Northwest-
ern were lookedI
upon as the out-
ALTENHOF standing teams in
the Big Ten, with
Michigan rated as a "dark horse"
along with Illinois, Wisconsin, and
Indiana, but since the Michigan-
Purdue game the Wolves are ac-
corded a place within the first
three Conference teams.
The outcome of the game toriight
will-probably go far in determin-
ing the final outcome of the 1931
title race, since the all-around
strength of the Conference teams
shows that t h ef
team which wins
t h e champion-
ship will h a v e
mighty few
games in the lost
column. At pres-
ent it looks as
though the Wol-
ves and the 'Cats
are the class of
the Big Ten, and
with such being
the case, the wine- DANIELS
ner tonight willf
have a decided jump on itsioppon-
ent. With this prospect in view,
both teams are sure to show every-
thing they have since a loss may
mean the loss of -the= cage laurels.
Coach Dutch Lonborg's outfit has
a record' to date which is the equal.
of Michigan's in every way, in-
cluding wins over all its pre-sea-
son opponents by top-heavy scores.
His stars are real
luminaries, a n d
will have to be
watched e y e r y
t :miinute of the
game. Joe Reiff,
&ne f Lonborg's
pair- of brilliant
forwards, has ac-
counted f or as
imany as 26 points
inone game this
y e a r a record
WIL>LAMSO *which stampshim
as adangerous
opponent for any team. His run-
ning mate, Reil, is an even better
player th :n Reiff; rating higher
on floor work and equally high in
the art of loopfng- the ball through
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lost two pre-season affairs, one to
Pittsburgh, and the other to Notre
Dame, their best exhibition of
basketball thus far having been a
triumph over Cornell.
Maroons Strong.
The Maroon five, who have been
.onsistently poor for the past
several seasons, will be seen at.
Bloomington tonight in an effort
to. upset a strong Hoosier quintet.
Chicago has lost but one pre-season
encounter and may turn the tables
on the Indiana basketeers who
have usually had an easy time of it
when opposing the Midway team.
The chief claim to a strong aggre-
gation of players that the Maroons
hold is the fact that they have been
victorious over MarQ,.ette, who in
turn has beaten Wisconsin, the
conquerors of Illinois.
' The battle between Illinois and
Purdue is certain to bring out some
of the fiercest fighting to be seen
dn the Conferenc o ,our'ts this sea-
son, as both teams have already
lost one ga'me an,-d tie loser of to-
night's fray will be dropped from
the list of title contenders. With
Johnny Wooden, by far the out-
standing member of the Boiler-
maker quintet, fully recovered from
his injuries, the champions should
hold the edge over the Indians.
Wooden has been all-Conference
guard for the past two seasons and
holds the position of co-captain of
his team.
Gophers Meet Iowa.
The Minnesota fans are watch-'
ing the contest with Iowa to verify
reports thatethe Gopher quintet is
the best they have had in many
seasons. Loose and Schoening have
been the mainstays of the team in
a successful preliminary -schedule
and the Hawkeyes will be out to
regain the prestige they have lost
in losing two games.
BOSTON-Jack Sharkey, Boston
Gob, has stated that he is ready to
meet Willie Stribling, of Georgia,
for the world's heavyweight boxing
championship at New York city at
any time stated by the commission.

to D e IL gL e. .
in Field House.
Opening the season s schedule
tonight at the Field House against
West Virginia, the Wolverine wrest-
lers. will display fthe talent that
points toward another Conference
championship. Coach Keen -has
his entrants groomed to the top of
their form and they should-siow
up better than last year's aggrega-
tion did in their first meet.
Eight Bouts Listed.
Bouts will start at 7;30 o'clock
and are to run for the full ten min-
utes under the same rules used in
the Conference. Eight bouts . are
carded and they promise some of
illiam WilliaBenzthe best grappling that will be .en
Michigan 145-pundwrestlerawhohere this year. A large attendance
will face either Hando or Smith of is expected and the doors will be
West Virginia tonight in the Field opened at seven o'clock. Student
House. rIcoupon books
are to be used
STARWAS VICTOR or tickets can
be bought' for
OVER K.O. MORGAN be bont for
50 cents at. the .
University Boxer Surprises in gte
When the
Triumph; Shaheen Wins. crew from the
---- East fought the
Jack Starwas, a light heavyweight Wolves back in
on the University boxing squad, 1929 they were
continued his brilliant foray in the opening thseir
Central Michigan A. A. U. cham -Inew field house
pionship boxing meets which are and the meet Captai Aier
was the feature of the evening. At
being held in Lansing by taking the that time the Wolves were surfer-
decision over Harry K. O. Morgan, ing from the loss of two of the
another light heavy, in a bout there best men on the team and they
Thursday night. Morgan is a Lans took a one point beating, which .has
Thurdaynigt. orga isa Lns-inspired this year's <matm' n with
ing boy and a six-footer, towering a desire for revenge. This should
over Starwas, but unable to reach bring out some great battles--wpen
the flashy local boxer in the four they meet th West Virginia team
rounds of terrific milling. Coach that is considcred one of the tough-
Let Philbin said yesterday that est squads in the East.
Drill is Light.
Morgan was one of the fastest light Last night Keen sent the entire
heavyweights he has ever seen, his 'squad through a light workout and
snappy footwork keeping himn out gave some attention:to the making
of .reachof Starwas' punches many of weights. The drill consisted of
times... This is, the second bout the dummy work on the holds that
Michigan boxer has *won in this have been learned this year and
tournament. .(Continued on Page 7)




I t., ta CtarrP. 1 nti;aht


Hank W
Veteran Wolverine
will be seen in action
western's powerful
I Evanston tonight.
Varsity Trackment
Places at Fieh
Varsity track me
put through a stiff'
trials this afternoon
Yost Field house, it
yesterday by Coach
Men in all events
a chance to show
ment since the o
training season. T
tests in the field ev
the-track showings.
Capt. Pottle, star in
Eddie Tolan, Michiga
also Campbell and S
shared honors in th
Rod Cox, who appea
way to a. good showi
mer throw, will tal

The Wolverine lineup is not the A trophy awarded by Commodore
one expected at the beginning of Sorenson, former> of the Detroit
the season -neither is it thsme Yacht club, will be t stake today
that successfully faced the OntarioYctcabwile zsaktoy
Aggies, because at least two Michi-. in n eljmination water polo meet
gan stars on those former lineups in which the University of Michi-
are missing. Langen, who was gan has entered a team. In addi-
eiss counted on for the defense and his tion to the Wolverine Varsity, sev-
e forward who scoring ability, has been absent for
against North- some time now due to ineligibility. eral additional strong teams will
cage team at His place has been capably filled, be seen in action before the Yacht
however, by one Tom Prouse, whose Club tournament is concluded.
playing is not as spectacular but Among these are The Detroit Yacht
rR y L. has already proved to be satisfac- 'Cu oosswownteaad
TILS torily consistent to mend the tear Club polois who won the award
aR TEAM in the Wolverine defense. last year, the Kronk Athletic Club,
The other missing member of the the University of Toronto, and the
o go Through Maize and Blue lineup will be the Elmwood Club.
to gnew flashing forward, Crossman, Michigan has met but one worthy
d House. who received a knee injury in the team thus far this season when
last game that is serious enough to they encountered last year's trophy
mbers will be keep him out of action. Crossman's winners in a game which followed
round of time place will probably be filled by Cap- the Wolverine-Yacht Club swim-
at 3 o'clock in tam Art Schlanderer, who plays a ming meet held in Detroit on De-
was announced good game but can hardly equal cember 10. in this game which
the stellar showing of the absent proved to be a closely contested
Chuck Hoyt. forward. While the presence of battle all the way, the Varsity suc-
will be given Crossman would be an aid in play- cumbed to a 2-1 decision in favor
their improve- ing the Hilltoppers, the -coach will of the Yacht Club poloists.
peng of the Inot endanger his chance to fully As the victory was gained by the
enigotherecover for the Conference games scant margin of a single point, the
his wiml entail I that are following soon. relative strength of the two squads
ents as well as Tompkins at Goal. ; is very nearly equal, and the Maize
Such stars as Williams and the sturdy goal and Blue swimmers should, with
the pole vault; keeper Tompkins will do the rest the added, stimulus of a month's
an's dash king; of the defense work for the Wol- practice; be able to give a good ac-
mith who have verines, and they are well able to count of themslves against their
ie dashes; and do so. The latter always has his opponents today. The final game
rs to be on the troubles on an outside rink that is will take place tonight after all but
ng in the hanm so poorly lighted as, the Marquette two teams have been eliminated in
ke part. (Continued on Page 7) the afternoon series.

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