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UNDA, JANUARY 18, 1931t

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Wolverines Still Have Chace
co Gain Big Ten Honors
After Ohio Defeat.
By Joe Rusell.
PLtMBABLE LINE-lips
M~ichigan Northwestern
Evel and .....If.........Pi
Weiss .......... f. ......... Reiff.
Daniels ........c.... .. MCarnes
Altenhof .......1 y......... Smith
Williamson ..... g......i arshii
With Northiwes tern scheduled to
invade the Field House at 7:30 to-J
morrow night for a return game,,
Michigan will get a chance to
knock off the leaders in the present
Big Ten title race. After taking a
22-16 defeat from Ohio Stat: last
night, Coach Veenker's quintet is
still in a position to cause plenty ofwo r ab u th C nf e c , a d.
playing on its own floor stands a
good chance of sending tc Wild-
cats home with their first set-back
of thie season.
Even after the stinging defeat
which the Buckeyes handed the
Maize and Blue last night, Michigan
cannot be counted out of the run-
ning for the championship, since
the caliber of the competition in
the Conference indicates that the
title-winner will lose its share of
the games. A win over Northwest-
ern will go far toward reinstating
the Wolves in the race, and the
invaders will know that they have
been in a battle when the final gun
sounds tomorrow.
Star Forwards Hfere.
Coach Lomborg will have two of
the best forwards in the Big Ten
to center his attack around tomo-
row night in Ried and Peiff, while
the rest of his team is capable of
more than holding its own in al-
most any kind of competition. In
the first meeting of the two teams
Reiff and Smith shared high scor-
ing honors with eight points each.
A win tomorrow night will give
the invaders a real flying start
toward the crown which the Boiler-
makers seem sure to lose, whil
should the Wolverines come out of
the battle on the long end of the
score, they will stand a good chance
' of pulling up toward the leaders.
- It is pi-babie that Coach Veker
will again put Eeveland into the
opening line up in place of Petrie
against the Wildcats, but this will1
be the only change in the front
which the Maize and Blue will
present.
Old Lineup Back.
This line-up will be the same
that faced Northwestern in the sec-
ond Conference game of the season
and should prove effective in stop-
ping the brilliant thrusts of the in-
vaders. No matter what five play-
ers Coach Veenker picks to start,
the quintet which takes th floor
will be fighting for its life-or at
least in the race this year, and may
be counted upon to follow Michi-
gan tradition and never give up
until the final minute of play has
ticked away.
SOUTH BEND - M a r chmot
Schwartz is the only regular left
to Knute Rockne next year in the
Notre Dame backfield.

BACK NSHAPE

TV n! ITS; f .-* . ~ARTY TRACK I
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1'RATITINV1Y BOWLINtG

&- 2 iJos~ un eftatedLcederle 6-3,

Rol Otto,
Wolverine 12e, pound wrestling
trwhno has returned to the mat
again after a long layoff because
of injuries received earlier this
l year. __ _ _ _ _ _
WRE.",!STLING TEAM
GETS STIFF DRILL'
Practice Bouts Please Coach.
as ZTera i Showls Strength,
(Continued From Page 6)
the exponents of a sport that
mnakes a feat of staying power. t
Ereen has unveiled most of the
holds that will be used this year
and now the entire crew is concen-1
trating on them and trying to make
therm come like second nature when
they are under fire. Most of the
regulars are adapting different
styles that are peculiar to them-
selves, and they wiil receive the
lion's share of the coaching until
they have found themselves.
Stoppers and the different br.eaks
are the center of drills now that
the Big Ten season is in the offing
and all of the stock positions are
being, concentrated on. Special
drills will be in order before each
'meet as nearly every set of oppon-
ents have a different attack and a
defense must be built up to offset
the probable favorite holds.
When the Spartans invade the
Wolverine territory in the last meet
before the examinations they will
bring what is considered only a fair
team of wrestlers, and the Michi-
gan maulers should be able to take
them into camp without much diffi-
culty.
SN. U. Game to Feature
Week's Athletic Card
(Continued F'rom Page 61)
the Big Tena and tho meeting with
Micaigan State should prove vic-
torious for the Ann Arbor lads.
Coach Courtrighat's Junior Var-
sity basketball team will stack up
against its seventh opponent of the
season on Tuesday, when his men
journey to Jackson for a game with
the Consumers Power company
quintet. The contest should go to
the Wolves as they have a powerful
and smooth working combination
this year._t
NEW YORK-Manager Joe Me-
SC arthy of the Yanks is determined
Jthat Washington will not tare 17
out of 22 games in the 1931 season
as they did last year.

c U\ ..,> {,, he 0H1,.l. ; week. an ca:;y Victory. Bradden put Iup)I neter prt on the hInranI~turai(-2 3lL zd ats ir -1 -
With 4-t1-I6 \'ictory Over ;=v}~ I or >1 (.z[2s21' o'at iire of , aeaf(r wil tac untlder Way r,^ nh 'i l~c:lt and Lukens were d-
WekS.JhsTem h irJ F (_ . oetasaloet<l bxt c os nerIve and aondur- day wen the qailiftying rouand;tacs dfor a y leaut
w. lickb ,7<a., c t ' t.,c es tray F' Oro hold the next plat ,while the Fraternity bowling leauexwiii -
,,. , ;, ?_[F' U('i,'U'2 n1 . YeS' kid lio'u~e runder !1iJI annexed third lhonoris. istart. A total of 22 tecam, have e}- IAsKumi ALL
trAO1NA....Th. 17. MP}hi,? thecdir.t ion c.(>oh (r ,1('; flesproved to be a sticker in tered the competition so far, a.d In tle class "A' basketball games
Junior Varsity a c.-ounted for Hot . y the tough 40-yard g;rind and ail a few moere late entresmye l-n'd e .oayi±nigL bd
;ixh tra2i t g h t ,rl hr, e ito'i rl-it1V'I E'ca ~ ~ t ho g rh a e w s fil t f d h 6 hg scores in the cqoa p hi Aloha defeated Phi Beta Pi in
cii?"(: ;irhl rti, l all iof ttit r. b aryifyhig round xwiii form n limina- alhatd contest which came per-
dleicalY< Sa:i:w St.iohn~sab an, )cl for t i t . no f e ored his ay tp from a Ithird ton bracket !busy n~ar being a free for fall on
ovcrw helang 41-16 count. i ~ __ the t ifoI, po ition on the first lap to win the Thle 1onor of oening the corns- several occasions. The fial score
t ft ? lc idino; g2-0 at the end of I and two x;ilie disan x F' rus pYroac-i vent.Gladding and Mosser filled Ipetition Ssit.lPi goes to Tau 1psi1n.Pi was 2-7. Sima Phi lost to Kappa
the r £'i, ' i i , he Wver.Vine x ' the tmtst gat; anit mci i4t the ox ostoisJand Phi Epsilon 1Pi who will take Siga 20-12 in the only other class
tema~~~Ite r n opponents too i'lt°toim the'aleys at 4 p. in. "A" game played.
make 163 pints e.urinthe :second( pro,;(, they4:. - -ounL u o t The two-mile run, a real test of Eelta Upsilon is the defending In the class play the Senior Dents
29 :rinutes of pl ay, with themselves ;Oa1d 'eve:,"', lD nv F' 0 hF'.tea lecndition and endurance, was won cham ion lthuhtehg er eetdch eirEgnes 75
chekire;t: 1 oune . y u -t otl. l tj~t. c-n ;n; tld, l°rack ; by Austin with almost a lap ad- ing honors last year went t et adteSohLj; ealedt h
1', fh irt period was all Mchi- eaunwhchoeisl here Feb . r9.over Otrne ho did, i
santageOstraner, Sima Phi, wohad "a team total Froshi ents.
gan ~ih at fenean su- .. o b-.iliantly last wveek: in the 21712 of 2575 on one occasion.----
born Ede.ensekeeping tthelt.JSt. TeJohlnsi r-Thew's ha"lfllr'-mil lI runA waINAS eepinththrownleritrr -thth-t HAc l e; a! e, liilFIfmiALSin
dittde-nterontertr.*g- h iee~~l proln iern INDOOR TENNIS I Alpha Kappa Lambda will meet
R~ckettspoe ob h u- h emrcr hc eymore Captain Pottle made a mark of The openin~ round of plIay in tiej last y ar'.s champions in the finals
Ctanding scorer for Michigan with held lp,,i-rear. Turner tool the .?feet, six inches in the pole vault Intramural Indoor Tennis tourno.- I c the handball leaue, Phi Beta
,ix baskets and onle foul to his' ft's honors 'n t ,t s evet, wnning e vnt, but failed to make the next mt was played off ysedyDla lhuhtelte emi
credit; for a total of 13 points. He ov ar is 'eainite; by about eight notch in several attempts. He has! morning with the following esls : fvre, A. K. L. is satisfied to go
was closely trailed, however, by his yards, b ?t he :..lirored to be abouit plenty of ability, however, and Baldwin defeated Kaplan 7-5, 7-9, to the finals in this event.
team-matte McDonald who added 11 winded toivarl the finish with should raise this mark several 6-3; Snell defeated Stevens 6-1, -- -- -
points to the total with five two- Crawford cloing upt1 the gap con- inches with plenty of traiing. 6-0; Hawley defeated Diamond 6-2
pointers and one foul. Root was cidera;bly in the hone stretch.,' S °- ___ - I-* --- F_-----I- E- :
next in the scorer's books for the Chase was ight behind Crawford _____________________________________________
invaders with six ons opposite' in third position. his perform-
his narme. E°Egiet on reneted hsprom
Every man on the Maize and Blue ! alie cof 1last week by taking two NTC
team scored at least one basket first plices in the high and low ;NTC
duringth game. hurdle events, bi h iis tne as aF I'ING- T1hses a specialty. Fair
tilasse he bst Iorm i'Iw~le slower is oehigh rte.ones in;rte. M. V. 1atsff. Dial 987.
for St. Johns with six points added yesterdays trials. Daktller and IALNC
to his team's total, four from chear- Jack~son ,!lowe Egles tonirod -TI(
ity large and one basket from the and placed s co~ and thid ;e TUT)RING N GERMAN by an ex-
fild. Gensiver was the only St. spehetiey in both the low and high periencedi teacher. One dollar pr
Johns mnan to count more than once Juillps. hour. Mrs. L. B. Niles, 1603 S.
from the floor, making two baskets blnb ir:ad Univrsity Ave. Phone 8040. 14
and adding one foul for a total of Campbell wa, iven a rel rnace F'OR RENT-

LINEFUPS.
Michigan G F T-
Bremnen. if ...........1 0(1
Root, rf.............. 2 2 6
McDonald, c.......... 5 1 11
(Ricketts, rg.......... 6 1 13
Tessmer, ig........... 1 1 3
Ackershook, i ........ 2 0 4
O'Neill, rg............ 1 0 2
Totals.......18 5 41
St. Johns G F .
Witherell, if ..........1 (0 2
i Hillman, rf...........1i 0 2
Gensiver, c........... 2 1 5
Kurtz, ig............. 0 0 0
Baler, r '............ 0 1 1
Wjilliamns,,*ri.......... 1 4 6
Stintson ,if...........0o 0 0
Hayes,............... 0 (01 0
Kauffman, rg. ........ 0 0 0

when hli was fored{ to op enup
to his best form, to take a narrow
margin of victory o Ver P 'n«,,Jck, a
rmember of the freshman team who;
competed in the event. Renwick andI
Campbeli hlit the tape almostGI
simultaneously with the flashy
tfrosh but a. mere inch or two from I
the lead. Renwick bettered the time.
he made in the yearling meet,
which hoc won in this event. He was
two feet ahead~ of Cise, who beat
limythe out for the third position.
?in the second heat of the 60-yard1
?event, litI, 1171,he. and Lamb
l R. ,-
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Referee:: Coulter (Loin

5 6 16
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IOWA MATMNEN WIN
DES MOINES, Ia., Jan..".7.---Iowa's
1931 wrestling team opened its,
Conference season successfully to-
night when it defeated the grap-I
plers of the University of Wiscon-
sin, 15-li.

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