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SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1931

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Coach Lowrey's Icers to Face
Victors Again Tonight
on Madison Rink.
( Special tj ni e Daly)
by Morry Zenoff.
MADISON, Jan. 16. -Keeping
control of the puck for-the major
part of the three periods, Wiscon-
sin's hockey sextet took their sec-
ond Conference tilt last night from
the highly rated Michign team,
2-0.
The Cardinals scored both of the
goals in the opening period when
Gallagher took a pass from Meikle-
John close to the net to shove it
past goalie Tomkins in 12:54, anu
the final mark coming five minutes
later when Metcalf. took another
close in pass from Howie Segal to
draw Tomkins far enough out to
miss the incoming shot.
The Wolverines opened the con-
test with a rush and for the first
part of the opening period had the
Badgers playing a heavy defepse
far back in their own territory, but
once in possession of the rubber,
the Cardinals eked in their scores
in battles directly in front of the
net.
The second period found the Wis-
consin six playing all offense
with Meiklejohn, Segal, Bach and
Thomsen constantly showering the
Michigan goalie with their at-
tempts. Tomkins, the Wolverine all-
American of f929 made 10 stops
during this period while Frisch
made six.
LINEUPS
Michigan Pos. Wisconsin
Tomkins ........ G ..........risch
Williams ...... L7......Metcalfe
Prouse ........RD .....Swiderski
Crossman ....... C...........Bach
Schlanderer ...LW..... Thomsen
Courtis.........RW... . Meiklejohn
Spares: Michigan, Hildner, Reid,
Sindle. Wisconsin, Thomsen, Gall-
agher, Kabat, Meiklejohn, Kubista.
Wisconsin: Gallagher 12:54; Met-
calfe 18:05.
SOUTHERNERS PROPOSE
BIGGER GRIDIRON GAMES
DALLAS-Bigger and better foot-
ball games are perscribed for the
ailing treasuries of Southwest Con-
ference schools by the authorities
of that body. Sharp intrenchment
in winter and spring sports is plan-
ned for this year, while more foot-
ball games, the only paying con-
test in collegiate programs, are be-
ing scheduled for next fall.

(Continued From Page 6)
There may be an interesting reun-
ion when three star ends, Fesler,
Daniels, and Williamson mix it on
the indoor court.
In addition to his three huskies.
Olsen has two cagers, one a sopho-
more, who have already made their
mark in eollegiate competition.
Lively at a forward is considered a
dangerous man. and Mattison at
the pivot position, is a sophomore
who is fast acquiring a reputation,
in Big Ten circles.
The remainder of Coach Vecn-
ker's team is made up of two soph-
amores who have earned positions,
Altenhof and Petric, and one vet-
eran, Hank Weiss.
Ohio State's single loss in the
;larnpiemshin race so far was to
ndiana, the Bucks coming out
-ccond best in a 23-21 game.
VARSIT3Y DEFEATS
D. Y. C. SWIMMERS
(Continued from Page 6)
C. second; Miller (M), third, time
2:34.4.
50-yard free style-Won by Wa-
laitas (D. Y. C.); Mertz (D. Y. C.)
second; Marcus (M), third, time
:24.4.
220-yard free style-Won by Ken-
nedy (M); Ladd (M) second; Wat-
son (D. Y. C.) third, time 2:24.6.
150-yard back stroke-Won by
Spindle (D. Y. C.); Meigs (M) see-
ond; Goldberg (M) third; time
1:48.2.
100-yard free style - Won by
Smith (M); Walaitas (D. Y. C.)
second; Lawrence (D. Y. C.) third.
l time :55.6.
Diving-Won by Oxley (D. Y. C.);
LRaike (M) second; Fenske (M),
Medley relay-Won by D. Y. C.
(Spindle, McClellan, Walaitas) ;
i Michigan (Meigs, Lemak, Schmei-
1ler) second, time 3:13.8.
Intramural All Star
I Teams Will be Chosen
(Continued From Page 6)
the Daily. The referees will base
their decision on the number of
points made by the individual, his,
defensive ability, and his all-around
worth to his team.
Several outstanding players have
shown to advantage already and
the referees are closely watching
- the play every night in order to
judge the stars. Mr. Riskey stated
that all referees will be given ex-
plict instructions to help guide
them in their selections.

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FENCERS TO MEET
Johnstone Will Take Six Men
on Trip to Ohio City for
First Encounter.

STARS IN MEET I

Opening ual ta's in the all-
vill be staged today at the Intra-
mnual tiolin wnoi te parngs,
scheduled to be run oiY The hbalane

of the matches will be held next Tonight Coach John Johnstone
Saturday. and his Michigan fencers will stack
The finals are schedui~led for the up against the Fencers club of the
noght Of Open House, March 1- .Toledo Y. M. C. A. at the "Y" gym
S,. ----fEight men of the 33 entered have in the Ohio city at 7:30.
on socikd i thr battle far the This encounter marks the open-
Clrkwn wch R i , y a ioy Mllf the regular schedule for the
Is Wolverines, although the fencers
MicarPane, Pdncell, Dnna, and met, and vanquished an alumni
M uz,,y. Chi tho-se playeniS the irst 1
>:Moiny.a Of shelaye eet: hirs team earlier in the month, the
}" eut i- m ;tch was held primarily in order
poday rday to give the Varsity experience.
Miatches scheduled toda-r are as Six men will make the trip to
follows: Toledo leaving Ann Arbor at 1:30
Assocatcd Press Photo 9:00-Selzer vs. WP.I &ir, Snell vs. ithis afternoon. The personnel of
Stevens, Mills vs. S. Cohen, Lederle the squad will be Captain Bob Gar-
"Navy Bill" Ingram, vs. Sjostro. don, Freedman, Lovell, DeStephano,
Former coach of the U. S. Naval 10:O0-Lukens vs. Reindel, Bald- !eichard, a nd LPowers. Gordon,
vein vs Xapan.Freedman, and Lovell will uphold
Academy, was recently appointedIn . Kapla ki vs. FinhHaw-I onor of the Michian aggre-
head football coach at the Univers- 1ey vs. Diamond, Hoskin vs. Appelt gition in the foils, while Gordon
ity of Califora.v Root vs. Kusin.;and DeStephano will strive for
o i .Kglory in the sabre events. In the
ka eTen Pace Makers INTRAMURAL HO(K'EY :lepee division Coach Johnstone is
Meet in Game Ti ht In a well-played ilame between pinning his hopes on Reichard and
;w0(o evelnly matched teams Phi Powers.
(Continued Frora Page 6) Kanpa Psi defeated Phi Kappa 2-0! Toledo Team Veterans. j
an under estimation of their op 'ibo r-ay night on the Coliseum ice. The opposing team is a new or-
an~n conatest way O one of those held I .za tion formned under the aus-
ponents. They have beat Illinois but In connection with the Intramurai gimeaso themYd M.dC. A. a s-e
a couple of defeats from Michigan Hfoekyy League. by the name of the Y Fencers club.
and Ohio give them only a .333 oth tems shOWQtd consicirable There are several men on the team
average to date. 'E[ mp ay with PhiKappa Psi hav- ho are alumni and have,
And the third ciashi ( of confereAce t, thec l3e in this respect. i d considerable experience in col-
court squads will coic off a U) second period as the result of sn 1 gle l fencing. iThus evegnithough
bana tonight as the Indians take biilliant combination play by the i is annoupof veteran andnexpeon
on the Hoosiers in an effhrt to re- Phi Kapla Psi forward line. Phi iisagd fencers, who can handle the
deem themselves and start climb- Kappa tried continually to bulge I en wh an eaordinary
ing out of the undignified cellar the twine, but the alertness of w ones hr
position they have been occupying Goalie Boc ttler and the stubbornj
so far. Northwestern, Wisconsin, and defense set up by Hillycr and Schae- ' Meet is Test For Wolves.
Purdue have each handed them the fer proved to big an obstacie to Toledo is one of the most skill-
lower end of the scores, although overcome. fIul aggregations that the Michigan
the Wildcats had a good deal of Two more games are on the fencers will be called upon to en-
trouble in being on the right end of books for Mond'lay with Delta Kappa counter this season. In view of the
a 29-27 tilt last week. Iia!' Epsilon and Sigma Chi meeting in exceptional ability of the Y group
stands fifty-fifty by virtue of a win a rogularly scheduled contest and tonight's meet should prove to bej
at the expense of Ohio State and Xi Psi Phi and Chi Phi clashing in of great experience for the con-
they too have quite deflinite ideas a match which was moved ahead paratively green Wolverine squad,
about who is going to take the from last night. and should stand the Maize and
honors in tonight's game. Lineups for the Phi Kappa Psi- :Blue and in good stead when it
Looking at the conference as a PhiKappa Pos. ihi liappa Psi comes up against teams from other
whole, there seems a groat prob - I Walsh .......... ....... o boettler Big Ten schools. If the Wolves
ability that the country's sport Dileo .......... LD ........ iillyer make a good showing in this en-
editors will be rearranging the Big Wilson ........ RD...... Schaefer counter they should be right up on
Ten standings in wholesale manner Landers .......LW......Coventry top in the Conference standings.
after all the reports have been Dickson......... C. . .... Durand
turned in tonight. Not for some L.ipcomb I..... R W ... . . .at ton BOSTON-A former Harvard all-
time have the teams of the con- Final score-Phi Kappa 0, Phi around athlete; Owen, is now star-
ference been on such a common N Pappa Psi 2. ring vwith the Boston hockey team.
level, nor have all the court squads Referee-Steensma; Spares--Phi 'Owen plays defense, and is known
been as likely to upset anyone else Kappa Psi-Morley, Slocum, and as one of the best players in the
in the race, as they are this season. Parnall. league this year.

SAC I A OUINTET
Undefeated Junior Varsity Five
WIl Attempt to Run Wins
to Six Straight.
Wiiile the Varity is being enter-
tained by the Buckeyes, the Wolver-
ine Junior coo rt squad will travel to
Saginaw tonight where it will play
the Sc Johns Episcopal club quintet
of basket tossers in an effort to
maintain its perfect record of five
straight victoies with no defeats.
Coach Ray Courtrighu will leave
this noon for the northern Michi-
gan city and is taking only eight
men with him for the game. Those
selected' to make the trip include
Root, McDola i. and E.-1dwin whio

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Dal Sigwart, who, by the form hel
showod in the recent meet againstj
W. Virginia showed possibilities of
developing into varsity star.
Athletics Again Seem
Destined for Pe'inant
(Continued Fro n Page 6
who will work aloig with PIKas
i,3 not cert ain. but. iis a sure thin
that the Yanks will not ;et a t
with the kind of hurling; they had
last season. And there is still t,-e
fact that Babe Ruth is getting no
younger to be considered, althoughI
for several years that question has
been bothering everyone but Ruth
himself.
The third place club, Washington,
has added a good outfielder in Rice,
who was secured from the Yanks
by the waiver route. Art "Whata-
man" Shires has been definitely
shelved, and will endeavor to break
back to a regular position with a
minor league club. Muddy Ruel has
been released, and several minor
league hurlers have been added, but
it is doubtful if the Senators will
be much stroniger than they werej
last season.
The other first division club,
Cleveland, has purchased our star
minor league pitchers in Thomas,
Hildebrand, Craighead, and Lee,
and also have added an experi-
enced infielder in Bill Hunnefield.
The team should be strong at the
plate again, but unless some action
is taken in getting a new shortstoo
and third baseman it will be as
weak as it was last year in those
positions.

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are counted ca to fill the forward
berths.
Carner and Ricketts will be bid-
ding for the pivot position when
thle starting whistle bo 6s, although
Ricketts is also available for a
guard position which he has filled
in the pest when the occasion de-
mau ded. Tessmer, O'Neill, a n d
Bn nen are the regular Junior
as who wii see some action
ls? C t,- e Iuiscopal basket sling-
iuiOrX: II1t Stride.
Alhough no drfInite information
is evailsble coucerning the makeup
of th- Saninaw five, it will take a
pretty fair team to take over the
rejuvenaedl B basketeers, for they
sIei to have hit their stride in the
past few games. The Juniors took
over the Detroit Y.M.C. A. outfit
Thursday night in an easy fashion
with the final score showing a 34
to 10 catastrophe for the Auto city
qunteth
Tuesday evening the men also
took over the strong Detroit City
college court representatives, 21 to
18, in a really stiff workout. Three
games in one week is enough to
test the mettle of any sturdy bas-
keteer, but this'is the obstacle that
Coach Courtright seems to be bur-
dling in fine shape thus far.
Better Floor Work Seen.
A win tonight will mean the third
victory of the week as well as the
sixth straight of the season. The
coach said last night as he was giv-
ing the boys their final workout
before the Saginaw engagement
that the team was showing some
better floor work than that exhibit-
ed in the past.
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