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STUB RDRN DEFENSE
Daniels Leads Improved Offense
as Michigan Stages Comeback
From Wildcat Defeat.

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PROS MEET AT AGUA CALIENTE
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LMAR OUETTE PUCK.
~AMECALLED OFFJ
Ice Conditions Prevent Play;;
Squad Travels to Wisconsin
This Weekend.

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at the Naval academy for the
last five years, is leaving An-
napolis to coach the University
of California.

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by Joe Russell.
Five Maize and Blue clad cager
gave the Western Conference a de
termined demonstration that the
are still in the running for Big Tei
honors last night in the Field hous
by convincingly beating Wisconsi
23-17. Seemingly undaunted by th
defeat they took from Northwest.
ern last Saturday, the Wolverine:
more than matched a fast offens
against Wisconsin's stubborn de.
fense and held the six-point ad.
vantage which they had piled u
the first half throughout the seconc
twenty minutes of play.
In fact at one time Guring the
last half Michigan had pulled te
points ahead of the invaders, bu
a last minute rally on the part o
Dr. Meanwell's pupils netted tw
baskets, a rally
which was nipped
in the bud by the
final gun.
. Norm Daniels
who holds high
scoring honors foi
Michigan this sea-
s o n materially
fattened his aver-
age last 'night
when he again
led his team by
PETRIE looping through
four tries from the floor and one
more from charity lane for a total
of nine points. Daniels, playing
under the opponent's basket re-
peatedly outsmarted Griswold, the
Badger pivot man, to get dog tries
at the basket, most of which he
made good.
From the very outset, it was
apparent that Michigan was the
better team on the floor. Coach
Veenker's players were working to
perfection, with Weiss and Daniels
passing the ball between them at a
baffling speed. Petrie, who had
started in place of Eveland also
worked well into the combination,
and more than made up in fight
what he lacked in size. It was Petrie
who sent Michigan into 'the lead
from which they were never headed
by sinking a difficult over-head
shot with the game less than a
rminute old.
Seven of Mich-
igan's baskets
were of the "dog"
variety, mute evi-
dence of the abil- ...
ity which t h e :*:"
Maize and Blue
showed in work-
ing the ball under
Wisconsin's goal,
while but three of
the invader's two-
pointers c a m e DANIELS
from within the foul line. It was
in this department of the game
that the Wolves found the advant-
age, since both teams showed a
defense which caused plenty of
trouble. Many promising dashes
down the floor ended with the ball
in the opponent's possession, with
the erstwhile offense quickly drop-
ping back to take their turn at
snatching the ball.
Then, too, the officials were call-
ing the players closely for steps,
bringing the ball to the sidelines
time after time, especially during
the first ten minutes of the game.
Fourteen fouls were called during
(Continued on Page 7)
BOX SCORE

Capt. henry C. Cooke, director
After playing one game agaihst of athletics, announced that
Marquette under the most adverse "Navy Bill" had resigned by tele-
of conditions, and dropping it by gram and said details must come
4 to 2 count, Michigan and the Hill- from Ingram, now at his home
toppers called off the se-".d game at Jeffersonville, Ind.
of their series last Satur.i _ night
because of the absence of eno:,h!
good ice to permit playing of the FIRST MAT MEET
contest.
Although the Wolverines dropped SATISFIES KEEN
the only game played, the form
they showed was the best that Michigan Mentor Uses Practice
could be expected under the cir- Session to Correct Faults.
cumstances. The Michigan defense E
was as strong as could be desired, Expressing himself well pleased
while the offensive efforts of both with the result of the West Virginia
teams went to nought because of meet Saturday night Coach Cliff
the conditions under which the Keen spent yesterday's session with
game was played. his varsity grapplers correcting
Marquette Rink in Poor Condition. some of the inevitable faults which
The Marquette rink, an outside always crop up in the first meet of
one, was covered with soft and the season. Most of these were of.
slushy ice that prevented all at- a decidedly minor character, the
tempts to carry the puck. What Wolverine matmen showing a sur-
frozen ice there was remaining was prising minimum of serious mis-
extremely uneven, and it was al- takes in Saturday's matches.

Three of the outstanding golf pros who will battle for the honors
in the $25,000 open tournament which is to be held at Agua Caliente,
Mexico, January 12 to 17, are Horton Smith, Walter Hagen, and Mac
Smith. This will be one of the richest tournaments of the winter season.

4.

UPSETS FEATURE
ICONFERENCE RACE
Iowa Defeats Purdue, 25-23 as
Indiana Outscores Buckeyes
by 23-31 Count.
Upsets continued to feature the
scramble for Western Conference
cage honors last night when Pur-
due, Ohio State, and Illinois went
down to defeat before Iowa, Indi-
ana, and Northwestern.
All of these games were settled
by two point margins, which brings
the average difference between the
winning and losing teams in the
Big Ten games so far to 4 3-13
points. There have been 13 games
to date, and the total difference
between the scores of the winning
team and the losing teams is 57
points.
At Iowa City the Hawks turned
in the prize upset of the evening
when they stopped the strong
threat of Purdue 25-23. This win
HOW THEY STAND
W L
N'orthwestern......3 0 1.000
Minnesota........1 0 1.000
Chicago..........1 0 1.000
Michigan .2 1 .667
Ohio State........1 1 500
Indiana...........1 1 .500
Iowa.............1 1 .500
Purdue...........1 2 .333
Wisconsin.........1 2 .333
Illinois ...........0 3 .000
gives Iowa one win and one loss to
start building their dream castle
on.
Indiana, too pulled something of'
an unexpectedrat Bloomington
when the Hoosiers, after losing to
Chicago turned in a win over the
strong Ohio State quintet by a close
23-21 decision. Ohio State had de-
feated Wisconsin in their first game
of the Conference schedule, and
was counted upon to give the lead-
ers a hard race.
Illinois showed surprising power
in holding Northwestern to a 29-27
win at Champaign, but could not
(Continued on Page 7)
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Track Team Will Hold
Time Trials Saturday
Michigan's Varsity track squad
will have its second trial run of
the season for time this Saturday
afternoon in Yost Field house. This
run will tell more of the strength
of the thinclads than last week's
trial as all members of the squad
are to participate in the events and
the runners will not be held back
as much as they were in the first
performance.
Last Saturday's run was held
principally as a means of condi-
tioning for the men, but several
good times were turned in even!
though the coaches told the runp
ners not to take it too hard. The
Wolverines appear to possess power
in the distance runs, 880, 440, and
the hurdles.
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most impossible to score unless the
puck could be battered in from a
mixup in front of the net. On the
second evening the ice was in even
worse condition, and no alternative
remained but to call off the con-
test.
Tommy Courtis, veteran right
wing of the Wolverines, was the
only outstanding player in the game
for either side. Besides scoring both
of the Michigan goals, one on a
pass from Captain Art Schlanderer,
and the other from a scramble in
the goal mouth, Courtis played a
remarkable game on ' the defense.
His back-checking stopped many
goalward rushes of the Hilltoppers,
and 4hi general all-around play was
far superior to anything the oppo-
sition had to offer. The remainder
of the Michigan forward wall, Reid
and Crossman, had all of their
puck carrying ability nullified by
the poor ice conditions.
Wolves Loose in Overtime.
The game as it is went 20 min-
utes overtime before the Marquette
team could score the victory, the
regulation time ending when the
count was knotted at two goals a-
piece. Although the lights on the
Marquette rink have been improved
over last year, they still are not
(Continued on Page 7)

I

Considering the inexperience of'
some of the wrestlers the Wolver-
ines .made an excellent :showing
against the Mountaineers which
augurs well for their Conference
record. They have been steadily
improving since the opening prac-
tice was first called, and as the
men acquire additional experience
they will continue to better their
showings.
Due to the fact that West Vir-
ginia is somewhat of an unknown
quantity in major wrestling circles
a completely accurate forecast
cannot be made as to the Wolver-
ines' chances in the Big Ten race
this year. However it is not beyond
a possibility that they will have a
first-flight team. Just how success-
ful they will fare against their
Conference opponents remains to
be seen.
Saturday the varsity will engage
in a meet among themselves which
will serve both to give Keen a
further line on his men and to give
the grapplers a needed taste of
competition as the next outside
meet is not scheduled until Jan-
uary 24 'against Michigan State.
The 34 men still left on the squad
will be paired off into 17 matches
for this inter-squad tourney.
(Continued on Page 7)

Stribling Is Dempsey s
Pick of Heavyweights
(13, Associated Pre~ss)
NEW YORK, Jan. 12. - W. L.
"Young" Stribling of Macon, Ga.,
is the best of the current crop of
heavyweights in the opinion of'
Jack Dempsey.
Making his annual selections of
world fistic stars for The Ring, box-
ing magazine. Dempsey places
Stribling at the top of the heap
with Max Schmeling second and
Jack Sharkey third.
VARSITY TANKMEN
WILL MEET 0D.Y,.C.
Detroit Team Best Competition
That Wolverines Will Meet
This Season.
For the second time this season
the Wolverine Swimming team will
face the Detroit Yacht club nata-
tors when the Detroit team invades
the Intramural pool Friday eve-
nin'. The conies: should result in
one of the greatest meets that the
Maize and Blue will participate in
this year. The Detroit squad, com-
posed of several former Wolverine
aquatic stars, met the Varsity in
December and gave them the stiff-
est battle that they have encoun-
tered in any pool for several sea-
sons.
As the most surprising feature
a Yacht club quartet of sprinters
administered the Michigan relay
team their first defeat in a number
of years. Last year the Wolverine
400-yard relay proved the sensation
of the Western Conference by low-
ering the World mark for that
distance in a race in which they
defeated the Northwestern team
who also bettered the record.
Walaitas, Spindle, and Hubbell,
who have all done their bit on
Michigan teams, are swimming for
the Yacht club, and were the most
instrumental tankmen giving the
Wolverines such a hard battle in
the last meet.
In the department of diving the
Detroit club is exceptionally well
equipped with Benjamin and Oxley,
(Continued on Page 7)

Jayvees to Attempt Second Win
Over Fast City College
Quintet.
Michigan's Junior Varsity basket-
ball team will go into action tonight
again when they play a return en-
gagement with the quintet from
Detroit City college. The game will
be held in the Field House on the
Varsity court and is due to start
at 7:30. This will be the first of a
series of games for the Junior Vars-
ity running every other night this
week.
The Wolverine Cubs will be play-
ing a team on a par with them-
selves, as was evidenced by the
close score of the first game when
the quintet of the Auto City was
nosed out by the Jayvees for a
21-20 victory. Such a margin is not
enough to qualify either team as
better than the other and the re-
sult of tonight's game is expected
to decide that question. If the "B's"
win again the element of doubt
will be removed, but if the visitors
do not allow a repeat, the teams
will remain two of a kind,
Lineup Taken From Varsity Squad.
The lineup that Coach Ray Court-
right will use to face the Tartans
depends a lot upon just what men
Coach Veenker will allow him to
use. Several of the men he might
be able to use in the game tonight
may be reserved for Varsity pur-
poses. The rostrum for the Juniors
will probably include Hudson, Bald-
win, McDonald and Petrie, for-
wards; Ganer and Manuel, centers;
and Root, Bremen, Tessmer, O'Neill,
and Ricketts, guards. Of this num-
ber Petrie and Root may not be
assigned to the Jayvee lineup for
the evening.
Since the Wolverine Cubs have
won all three of their games to
date, they will take on the Detroit
team tonight in good spirits; but
they will not harbor any delusions
of the quality of their opponents
because they have had trouble in
downing them already. Yet the fact
that the visiting squad has dropped
two games in succession the latter
part of last week may be taken
(Continued on Page 7)
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Michigan fg
Petrie, f,................ 2
W eiss, f,.................2
Daniels, c,.............. 4
Altenhof, g. ............ 2
Williamson, g, ...........0
Totals ...............10
Wisconsin fg
Steen, f,.-... ...........1
Poser, f,................ 1
Nelson, f,..............2
Griswold, c ............. 0
Fries, c................0
Chmielewski, g,......... 2
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