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SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 1931

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DEFEAT BY PUB PLE1LEADSILLINI
SPURS WOLVERINES

TOMOR RCASVRSIFED
SPORT SCHEDULES Wrestlers Gain WinANOTICE
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SJntior Basketeers Face Three der in the 155 pound class. Several C
Teams; Swimmers Active. times the ropes robbed Parker of a

'+"'e News

Wjsponsii Qinte As Seeking
to Jegin LPrestige Lost
by Buckeye Loss.
BADGERS RATED STRONG
By Joe Rssell.
PROBABLE LINE-UPS.
Miciigall Wisconsin
Weiss........f........... Steen
Eveland.......f.....Tornowske
Daniels.......c........Nelson
Atenhof....... Chmielewski
Williamson . . ............Paul
Michigan will get a chance to re-
gain some of the prestige it lost
last night at Evanston when Doctor
Meanwell's Badgers invade Yost
Field hose at 7:3 tomorrow night.
This battle will bring together two
teams which have both lost one
game and won another in the Big
Ten so far this year, and a loss is
almost sure to knock one of the
teams out of the running for the
title.I
With the competition in the Con-
ference as keen as it is this season
a team which loses more than one
game early in the schedule will find
it a tough job to climb toward the
top. lvichigan has already lost to
Northwestern, and Wisconsin drop-
ped a game last night to the Buck-
eyes 29-19, and the team which
loses tomorrow night will find itself
in a tight spot indeed.
Wolves Won Before.
The Badgers and the Wolverines
have not tangled for two years,
when Michigan registered the only
two defeats over Wisconsin during
the 1929 Big Ten season, thus gain-
ing, a tie for the championship.
,Only one man who played in these
tvo games will be on the floor to-
morrow, Chmielewski, co-captain of
the Badgers this year, having won
a regular berth for himself in his
sophomore year.
This year Wisconsin played five
pre-§pason games and won them all,
scorin' 109 pointshto their oppo-
nents' 60, and in the first game of
the championship season took a
slow decision from Illinois, 12-9.
This record corresponds to that
piled up by Coach Veenker's men,
except that the Maize and Blue ap-
pear to have the edge both on
scores and in the quality of the
competition, Purdue is stronger
than Illinois, while Northwestern is
rated higher than Ohio State.
Badgers Have Veterans.
Wisconsin will have the edge on
Michigan in veterans on the floor
since both Paul and Chmielewski
were rated as two of the best guards
in the Conference last year, and
are co-captains of this year's aggre-
gation. The other three members
-of Meanwell's quintet are new men
to Western Conference copipetition,
but have shown brilliant prospects
in the games so far this year. Mich-
igan will haveboiut orie veteran on
the floor, Hank Weiss, but the four
new men have proven worthy under
fire and will cause plenty of trouble
for the invaders.
With these facts in mind it would
appear that Michigan will add an-
other game to its win column to-
morrow at Wisconsin's expense, and
unless form to date goes far astray
the Veenker-coached aggregation
should not have much difficulty in
pushing their opponents farther
into the cellar.

BADMINTON.
All those interested In the game
of badminton will have an excellent
chance to watch a group of experts
play Thursday night January 15 at
3 o'clock when a set of eight Detroit
elayers come here for an exhibition.
They will engage in two doubles
matehes and a number of singles
matches. Instruction will also be
given to those desiring it.
Quite a large number of faculty
members and students are playing
this sport at the present time. How-
ever, the fact that only one court1
is available is considerable of a'
nand icap. This court is located inI

fall but ihe rode the easterner to 1GEOLOGY EXAM TUTORING
was originally planned to have each (Continued From Page 6) the end of the match. Reif at 165 Personally by Tommie Mack on
team play each other team in its 3,000 fans sat through to the end, also won time decision of 3:15 Ground Water and Atmosphere.
league twice instead of once as is from Fizer West irginia after n 310 South Stite St. Phone 7927
now being done, but an unexpect- wuMclose figf t ared even for
edly large entry list and lack of Matt Mann's swimmers will take for t n 61.3(
sufficient time prevented this plan on the Detroit Yacht club Friday Dougovite [he ihigao entry at
being carried out. night in the Intramural building 15 tOi a fell from Lewis alter WANED
All games will be played from 10 pool. This is the second time that seven minutes 01 tast mat. work and
to 11 o'clock at night with varsity these two teams have met this sea- a display of many holds and count- -
players as referees. All equipment son with the first encounter falling ers. FOUR STUDENTS WANTED for
except skates will be furnished from' to the Wolverines by a 35-29 score. part time salesman job. Apply
the varsity's supply of material. Sid Additional interest will be centered Harold Goldman, 214 S. State. 6
ns i t Intrmu repre- in the contest as a result of several TYPEWRITER W A N T E D--Ham-
sen~tative irr charge of this sport. former Michigan stars appearing

the auxi iary gym, but usually is
well filled up with the varsity
fencing and gymnastic teams and
the faculty volleyball teams. The
Associated Press Photo best hours for playing are those in
the morning and early afternoon,.
Charles S. Harper,-
Captain and forward on the Elii-; CODE BALL.j
nois 1931 basketball team that went
down to defeat, 30-15, last night Dr. William E. Code, inventor of
before the attack of the Boilermak- the game of code ball, will be here
er five. Thursday night, January 15, to give
two exhibitions of the sport, the
first starting at 4:30 o'clock and the
second at 8:30 o'clock. He is bring-
ing with him George W. Webster,
[TT 9 (natioally acknowledged as the best
TO M9Hliving exponent of the garme. This
exhibition will also hold considera-
ble interest for soccer players as it
is a combination of that game and
Michigan Drops First of Series handball. It is played in a hand-
to Western Intercollegiate bail court, but the ball is propelled
with the feet rather than the hands,
Champion Sextet. and a much larger ball is used than

WATER POLO.
Theta Chi and Nu Sigma Nu meet
in a quarter final water polo game
at 9 o'clock Monday night the win-
ner to meet Phi Kappa Psi Thurs-'
day night at 8 o'clock.
MONDAY'S BASKETBALL.

in the invader's list of entries.
Coach Johnstone's fencing team
will open the season on Saturday in
Toledo, meeting the Toledo Y. M.
C. A. aggregation.
The Junior Varsity basketball
five has three contests scheduled
for the week, opening against De-
troit City college on Tuesday in

Ann Arbor. On Thursday the "B"
All of Monday's games have been cagers will meet the Detroit Y team
scheduled so as to permit students in Yost Field house, and then will
to witness the varsity game before journey to Saginaw on Saturday
playing in their own contest. for a game with the Y. M. C. A.
Squintet of that city.
Schedule.y
9:0 -- Senior Engineers (Biouw-
man) vs. Frosh Lits. (Fine).
Junior Dents (Maxian) vs. Soph
Architects (Appelt).
Senior Laws (Hass) vs. Frosh
Architects (Zielinski).
Soph Lits. (Epps) vs. Frosh Phys.
Eds. (Armshaw).
9:4Q-Junior Phys. Eds. (Wood-
ruff) vs. Junior Engineers (Brown).
Soph Engineers (Hayes) vs. Jun-
ior Bus. Ads. (Gents).
Junior Lits (Wildern) vs. Frosh
Phys. Eds. (Kammerer).
Soph Engineers (Redniss) vs.
Frosh Lits (Arnheim).

Michigan's hockey sextet, playing
the first of seven road games beforet
it returns to the Coliseum rink, was!
defeated by a powerful Marquette
ice aggregation, 4 to 2, in the firstI
game of the two game series that
was played at Milwaukee, Friday
night. The second contest of the
series was staged at Milwaukee last'
night.
Despite the fact that the Wolv-
erines dropped the game, the form
which they showed was highly en-
couraging in view of the fact that
the Hilltoppers have a strong com-
bination built around three excel-
lent Canadian born forwards. The
Marquette team was forced into two
extra periods before it could come
out with the decision, but by that
time the small squad of Wolverines
had tired under the gruelling pace
of the game and allowed two goals
to be pushed into the net. Mar-
quette's team, with more players
than Michigan has, was able to
remain fresher throughout.
Juni~r Varsity Dowjs
Yearling Five, 17-12
(Continued From Page )
man lineup during this period.
O'Neill went into action in short
order and scored two goals on short
shots for the Jayvees. Bohnsack
dropped in a fast follow-up shot
for the freshmen and then Baldwin
sunk a shot from close in. Ricketts
bolstered the score by picking up
two points after an attempted free
throw. The last yearling tally was
put through the meshes by Dobbsl
on a fast short toss and then Ric-
ketts began adding to the Junior
Varsity total with a free toss, a
pretty follow-up, and a speedy
close toss after some clever handl-
ing of the ball by his team mates.

the one played with in handball.
HOCKEY.f
Intramural hockey will get under
way Monday night at 10:00 o'clock
when Chi Psi and Phi Mu Alpha
skate out on the ice for their game.
Tuesday night Delta Upsilon and
Phi Epsilon Pi will clash while Tau
Delta Phi and Psi Upsilon will cross
sticks Wednesday night. The week's
schedule will be concluded with the
Phi Kappa Psi-Phi Kappa tilt on
Thursday night and the Xi Psi Phi-
Chi Phi game Friday night.
Twenty-seven teams have entered
in all and they have been placed in
nine leagues of three groups to a
league. The nine league winners
will be placed in an elimination
tournament starting March 10. It

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wrestling champion and a product
of the University of Michigan, will
meet Pat McGill at the Olympia
here on Jan. 16.
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the dining-rooms of
American colleges, eat-
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Also Kaffee Hag Coffee

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