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TtMSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1931

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TUESDAY, JANUARY ~.3, 1931 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BABURS DEFEA TDVarsity Tankmen Set
for D. Y.C. Swimmers
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BYMICHIC0AN TEAN both A. A. U. champions of some
note, performing on the board for
them. In the first meet these two
Coach Meanwell's Men Unable men captured the first two places.
to Solve Concerted There will be a water polo game
Offensive Game. between the two teams following
the swimming meet.

FACULTY POLOISTS
PREPARE FOR TILT]

Picked
Will

Varsity-Yearling Squad!
Swim Against Victors
of Last Year.

(Continued From Page 6)
the game, for 17 free tries at the
basket, ten of which were cashed
in on.
By this victory, the Wolverines
served notice on their future op-
ponents that despite the dis-heart-
ening defeat they suffered last
meek they are still very much in.
the running for the Conference
1931 title. With but one loss out
of three games entered in the red
side of the ledger, the scrappy
Michgian team is still in the race,
a race which, despite pre-season
predictions, may
allow the winner
to lose as many
as four games.
The team which,
Coach Veenker
put on the floor
last night, and
which played the
entire game with-
out substitutions,
showed signs of
developing into
AITENHOF one of the strong-
est quintets Michigan has had in
years. At least three of the players
show signs of All-Conference abil-
ity with Daniels, Weiss, and Alten-
hof showing the way to the rest.
This trio was in on every play last
night.
For the invaders Nelson led the
offensive with seven points to his
credit, while co-captain Chmielew-
ski proved dangerous whenever he
broke lose from the close guarding
of Weiss, and added four points to
his team's total. The stocky Badger
veteran was the outstanding star
for Wisconsin on the defense, many
a dangerous Michigan attack end-
ing with the ball in his capable
hands, from where it started up
the floor in a counter attack.

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There is a possibility that this
meet will form the only real compe-
tition for the Wolverines before the
opening of the Big Ten season next
month as the crack tank team that
represents the Chicago Athletic;
Association is as yet uncertain as
to the advisability of incurring the
expense of a trip to meet the
Wolves here.
POLO TEAM LOSESI
TO DETROIT CLUB!
Michigan's Varsity water polo
team gave a fine exhibition of the
game in the preliminaries of the
elimination tournament at the De-
troit Yacht Club Saturday after-
noon, but the team representing
the Yacht Club took matters into
their own hands in the finals that
evening and crushed the Wolves,
11-5, to win the series. The victors
received the Commodore Sorenson
trophy, which is awarded annually
to the best water polo team com-
peting.
The preliminary game was won
by the Wolverines, 4-3, over a strong
team from the University of Tor-
onto, Intercollegiate water polo
champions of Canada. However,
the small pool handicapped the
Maize and Blue to some extent, and
the Detroit team. played heads up
polo throughout to win the title.
Contributing most toward the de-
feat of the Michigan poloists were
f o u r former Wolverines varsity
swimmers, Watson, Walaitas, Spin-
dle, and Hubbell.
MIAMI-Win Day, 15 year old
Chicago golfer, won the Miami mid-
winter amateur tournament Sun-
day when he defeated Lee Chase,t
Buffalo one up at the 40th hole.

A faculty water polo team will
meet a combined Varsity-Freshmanr
squad at 5 o'clock tomorrow after-
noon in the Intramural pool. A hard
battle is predicted as the ordinary
rules of the game are brushed asidef
to a certain extent in this game and
both teams will be out to vindicate
the groups which they represent.
In last year's encounter the Fac-
ulty succeeded in overcoming the
strong opposition of the Varsity-
Freshman aggregation that boasted
some of the best swimmers in the
Western Conference. With this sea-
son's Varsity-Yearling team com-
posed of several veterans and a
number of new men the Faculty
is anticipating a victory, as they
have a squad of 27 swimmers from
which to draw.
A number of the faculty men
have made themselves known in
their practice games which have
often turned out to be fierce con-
tests. Brier, Slawson, Wheeler, Gor-
dy, Guthie, and Hall are outstand-
ing members of this squad although
several others have shown flashes
of ability as bolists.
Other members of the squad in-
clude, Graham, Cohen, Walton,;
Blott, Kipke, Petrie, Boston, Eaton,
French, Hughes, Knudson, West,
Lincoln, Pevine, Oliphant, Rouse,
Cowgill, Cole, Wickett, White, and
Green.
The strength of the faculty team
is practically unknown this season
as they have played no outside
contests, while the Varsity team has
already been tested in several
games, and with the addition of
several first year swimmers, will
be certain to give their opponents
a stiff battle.

MARQUETTE TEAM WILDCATS 'DEFEAT Varsity Matmen Show
WINS FIRST MATCH ILLINOIS CAGERS Promise in First Tilt
(Continued from Page 6)
Wolvese Show odiForm Dspte iteturn back the leading Wild- (onetinueeFrmPghee6)on
cats. This loss gives the Illini un- siderably by the announcement that
disputed possession of the cellar Captain Auer and Otto will be
(Continued From Page 6) poition in the current race with available for the next meet. Both
bright enough to aid the goalies three losses and no wins, were kept out of last Saturday's
any in seeing the puck, and they The results of the games last match because of injuries, but will
may have had some effect on !night give the 1931 struggle for be back in shape for the coming
Tompkins' allowing four goals to Big Ten supremacy an unexpected contest with the Spartans. Their
go through him.aUnder perfect ice co eion with Indiana, Purdue, ceturn will add much tothe Wolv-
conitins t i alosta crtantyand Wisconsin, all schools which erines' power as both are capable
are usually found near the top of performers with a sufficient amount
that the Michigan team would the list occupying places near the of experience to establish them as.
have defeated the Marquette sex- bottom, while Northwestern, Minn- invaluable in the race for mat
tet, as Coach Hancock's team has esota, and Chicago in top place. honors.
no defense of which it can boast,
The Wolverine squad will work
out today and tomorrow at the Col-
iseum under the direction of Coach
Lowrey in preparation for its open-
ing Conference games of the year
this Friday and Saturday against
Wisconsin.A

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