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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1931

T1HE MIChI-TGA N

D A T L Y

PAGE R "W",

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Varsity
CARDINAL CONTES
OPENS CDNFERENC
Wolverines Hold Last Practi
Before Going to Madison
for Two Games.
WISCONSIN IS STRONG
With the final tune-up game
the season out of the way, Mich:
gan's hockey team will hold its 1w
home practice today on the Col
seum ice before leaving for Mac
son, where it will engage the Ur

Hockey

Team

Prepares

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BOSTON B3RUINS AGAIN LEAD CLUBS T(T
IN PROFESSIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE I ]

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Leaders Pushed Hard by Other
Teams in National Race.
Boston's Bruins, representatives
of that city in the National Pro-
fessional Hockey League, are again
leading the loop in number of
points, although their record for
this season in no way approaches
that made by the same club last
year, when the Bruins went on to
lead the other teams only to lose
,in the playoffs to Les Canadiens of
Montreal.
In the schedule to date the Bos-
ton team has been able to keep
out about five points ahead of the

versity of Wisconsin sextet in the pack, but running neck and neck
first two Conference clashes of the for the place position are five clubs
season Friday and Saturday.that threaten to displace them,
heaon Friyand Saturdy. h Chicago, New York Rangers, Tor-
The Wolverine's record in the 1onto, Montreal Maroons. and Les

first seven games of the year, while
not overly impressive as far as wins
and losses are concerned, shows the
Varsity icers to be an exceedingly
w e11- balanced aggregation that
should make a strong bid for the
Conferencektitle. Three wins and
three losses have been recorded by
Coach Lowrey's team, while one
game ended in a tie. The victories,
to date have been scored against
Western Ontario, Chatham, and the
Ontario Aggies, while the Wolver-
ines have dropped decisions to Har-
vard, Western Ontario, and Mar-
quette. Paris, Ontario, was met and
tied, 3-3, in the only contest played
with that club.
Meet Badgers First.
The Wisconsin sextet that the
Varsity will meet this week at Mad-_
ison is the team that Coach Low-
rey's men will undoubtedly have to
beat if they want to win the Con-
ference toga. Minnesota, the other
Big Ten school possessing a hockey
team, from reports received is not
up to its usual standard, and the
Michigan icers should be able to
dispose of the Gophers without
much difficulty.
Wisconsin, however, presents a
different story. The Badgers possess
a first string lineup of veterans, all
of them members of the sextet that
gave the Wolverines such a fight
last year. Frisch, the team's regular
goalie for the past two years, will
be back in the nets Friday. Siegal,
Captain Metcalfe, and Bach will
form the Badger forward line, while
another pair of experienced players
in Thomson and Meiklejohn will be
stationed at the defense posts. For
spares Coach E.-A. Carlson will have
Gallagher and Kubista as reserve
forwards, and Swiderski and Kabat,
both of them guards on the foot-
ball team, as spare defense men.
Def nd Championship.
In these games Michigan will be
defending its Conference champion-
ship that was won last year for the
first time. Although the Wolverines
were hard pressed to take the title,1
coming through to victory only af-i
ter .a brilliant four-game stand at
the Coliseum against both Wiscon-
sin and Minnesota, they should be
able to successfully defend their'
title this year. The addition of such;
valuable players as Crossman, Reid,
Prouse, and Williams have further
strqngthened the club, and with
the old stand-bys of last season,
Schlanderer, Courtis, and Tomp-
kins, the team as it now stands is
every bit as strong, if not stronger,i
than the championship club of,
1929-30.
JIM DANTE LEADS
ON FLORIDA LINKS'
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Jan.
13. ,The Florida winter links cara-
van embarked upon the final 36
holes of the $1,500 Fort Lauderdale
Open today, led by Jim Dante, Mid-
ison, N. J., professional, and his par
35-35-70 scored in first day play.
Just behind were John Watson,
South Bend, Ind., and Willie Klein,
Wheatley Hills, L. I., with 72s. Four
treasure hunters each had 72 and
eight held cards of 73..

Canadiens. In addition to that, the
Detroit Falcons and the New York
Americans are trailing these clubs
by only the narrowest of margins.
Only Philadelphia and Ottawa, of
all the teams in the league, are in
a position where they may safely
be counted out of the running.
This race, one of the closest in
years, is proving to be a boomerang
for gate receipts in the puck league.
DANIELS LEADS
SCORING STARS
(Continued from Page 6)
another week of safety from the.
ravages of the storm.
Two famous coaches find
their teams very near the bot-
tom of the heap this year, a
place to which they are little
accustomed. Coach 'Piggy"
Lambert of Purdue and Dr.
Meanwell of Wisconsin are
niloting quintets which are in
a tie for ninth place in the

Crowds of from 10 to 15 thousand'
are turning out regularly for the
games, and ice hockey is further
entrenching itself with the public,
after its auspicious start a few Junior Varsity Stages Irregular
years ago. Exhibition When; Courtriaht
Ebbie Goodfellow, sensational De-
troit Falcon center, at present is Alters Lineup.
leading the league's scorers, but his
pole position is being firmly con- field goal and one free throw.
tested by a pair of brothers on the, Ouelette topped th- Tartan scor-
New York Rangers, Bill and Bun ers with six points, two field goals
Cook. The Cook brothers have been and two free throws. He was easily
pushing the lanky center ice man' the star of the
of thegAuto City teamtall season opposition a n d1
and at present are within easy .seet the o n 1 y
striking distance of his total. out thanpty f
After all of the clubs tried vari- one that kept spo-
Otis~ ~. ink; t top speedI
ous rookies at the beginning of the the whole game.
season, most of them have shifited .. ih~a
back to old combinations built Michigan h ad
around a team of veterans. Detroit':, things all her way
has added one better than average handfing the ball
newcomer in Sorrell, a product of j : ha tebg to
London in the International Lea- lead 15-6, but the
gue. Joe Jerwa, another new mancl
in the circuit, has taken the place RICKETTS ng n ge
of the veteran Bourgeault for the ddntiO h eodpro
Raners afer-tha plyerwasdidnotloo sogood. The T artans
Ragers, ter ta pler was did all the playing for nine minutes
transferred to another club. The and picked up ten points. McDon-
Philadelphia club, occupants of the ald and Root broke this run with a
cellar position, took over the de- o d th tart
funct Pittsburgh franchise at the goak apieceth affairs to hold te
beginning of the season, and an lead with one more score for the
apparently never ending line of visitors, a fine long shot by H. Seif-
new men have come and gone from erlein. The Detroit men tired per-
the team all year long as the ceptibily toward the last and could
Quakers try to build up a winning not continue their comeback.
combination out of a group that, BOX SCORE.
at best, is distinctly inferior to Michigan fg f tp
several minor league clubs. Hudson, f ............0 1 1
- - -R oot, f .............. 1 0 2
- Root~f..............1 0 2
Large Crowds Skate Eveland, f ............0 2 2
S n .Rink at Coliseum McDonald, f ..........1 ( 2
Shaw, c ..............2 2
(Continued From Page 6) Garner, c .............0 0 0
mnuotne ro ae6

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professional, a chosen hundred of
the winter golfing army today took
the rainbow trail to Agua Caliente,
seeking the $25,000 pot of gold
which awaits tomorrow the winner
of the world's richest tournament.
It was the smiling Dudley's right
to head the march, for yesterday
he demonstrated a golden golfing
touch by winning the Los Angeles
$10,100 open and tne attendant
first prize money of $3,500.
Coming almost out of nowhere
yesterday with a 68, one under par,
this former Georgian gambled with
his shots and won a champion's
BROOKLYN CAGER
SHALF HONORS (

holes it had been a close contest
with this foursome always in the
running.
Then Big Ed came to the difficult
sixteenth. He downed a 30-foot
putt for a birdie3.
He made a champion's shot on
the eighteenth which won the
tournament. Behind a tree with his
second, he bravely pitched over to
the barranco isolated green. The
ball dropped 16 feet from the pin.
Dudley boldly putted for a par and
got it with the one stroke.
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This considerable saving has not
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Unless unusual weather condi-
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Club is the only other organization
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squads, Varsity and Freshman.
The University of Georgia Bull-
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in major sports events of 1930.

11u lu 1, . . . . .. . .. . -
Tessmer, g ..........
O'Neill, g ............
Bremen, g..........
Ricketts, g .........
Totals.............
Detroit City College
Cornell, f ...........
Seiferlein, W., f.......
M aier, f . .............
Stedmnan, f.........
Schveizer, c........
Ouelette, g. ......... .
Seiferlein, H., g......
Bowie, g----...........
Totals .............
Officials -Powers, r
umpire.

Through the medium of a 30-23 with a team, thus necessitating the
victory over the Rochester Centrals, use of two newcomers all of the
the Brooklyn Visitations clinched time. Such men have achieved star-j
the first half honors of the Amer- dom as Charlie Murphy, great
ican Professional Basketball league, Loyola center of last season, and,
narrowly beating out the Fort Lou Spindell, who starred on the
Wayne Guards for the champion- City College of New York, which is
ship. The second half of the league coached by Nat Holman, one of the
season will get under way immedi- greatest players in the game today.
ately after the remaining few Branch McCracken, of Indiana,
games of the first half season are leading scorer of the Big Ten last'
over. year, is also with Fort Wayne.
Fort Wayne, after jumping into Although the whole pro circuit
I an early lead at the beginning of is on rather shaky foundations now,
the season, has managed to stay there is a possibility that it will
out in front of the race almost remain in action long enough so
until the last, but they have been that the addition of this new blood
hard pressed by the Brooklyn and will again serve to increase the
IRohester teams throughout. Even fans' interest in the games.
ilould Brooklyn drop its game to
Rochester while the Hoosier team
is defeating Chicago tonight it will
be impossible for the Guards to
overcome, them.
Only five teams will start thet
second half of the season next,.
week, two of the members that
star-ed he year in the league hay-
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tIhe Cleveland Rosenblums, world's "y
professional court champions, and
the Patterson Crescents, gave up
their teams during the season be- I '
cause of decreased patronage and . ®I.
arguments over recently adopted
rules of the circuit.
Upon the breaking up of the RK
Cleveland team, several of the
players were acquired . by the
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acquisitions should put the Toledo In every
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season a series for the champion-
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Several outstanding college court m king
~players have made their debut in
the pro cage league this year as a to aco
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present rankings with one win
and two losses apiece. Michi-
gan has given both of these
teams a rough shove which has
not helped their average any.
From the nature of the competi-
tion showed in the games so far
it would appear that no one team
is at all sure of coming through the
present season with only one or
two defeats. Chicago won from
Indiana, Ohio State licked Wiscon-
sin, and then lost to the Hoosiers;
Illinois showed disheartening form
in its first two games, and then
held Northwestern to a two point
win; Iowa lost by four points to
Minnesota and then gave the
Boilermakers a 25-23 point lesson
in the game. This evidence of the
equality of the Western Conference
teams points to the conclusion that
the winner of the championship
may be able to lose as many as
three and possibly four games.
With every team in the Big
Ten except Northwestern and
i'zrdue la gted to show its wares
again thi Saturday night, the
tangle will probably be more
settled by next Sunday. Minne-
sota meets Chicago to settle
who will drop from the top,
Indiana battles the down-trod-
den Illini, Michigan takes on
Ohio State at Columbus, whilej
the Hawks and the Badgers will!
make the fur and feathers fly

I Iftranural News

HOCKEY.N
Phi Mu Alpha sprang a real sur-
prise Monday night in the Coliseum
by handing Chi Psi a convincing
defeat, 5 to 0, to open the Intra-t
mural department hockey s hedulet
for the year. Chi Psi was looked ont
as one of the favorites to cop the
title this year, and also won the
runner-up honors in this event last1
season. The winners slashed a puckf
into the net once in the first period1
to open the scoring and repeated
the trick twice in the second and,
again in the third periods.
Tonight Tau Delta Phi is sched-
uled to meet Psi Upsilon on thec
Coliseum rink.
Summary:
Chi Psi (0) Phi MT Aiha (5)
Davis ......... R W ........ Roajch
Scolardi........ LW .......Lacroix
Roberts .......C. "........ Wheeler
Baron .........RD......... Saner
Beckel ......... LD.......... Riley
Root .......... G ............Lewis
Tracmer, Denton, Morgan Lesiics,
Referee, Schlanderer.
BOWLING.
Entries for the fraternity bowling
competition will close today it was

will start Friday on the Union bowl-
ing alleys.
Over forty teams have entered
thus far and sevTral more applica-
tions are expected in today, with
the total approaching the high en-
try list of fifty which competed last
year. Delta Upsilon took tie title
honors last year, defIeating Phi
Kappa in the finals. Delta Sigma
Phi rolled the highest game total
with a count of 2575 which was
marked up during the quarter-final
round. The sixteen teams which
place highest in the play-off will
compete for tournament honors.

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