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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1931

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VARSITY IC TE
IFACES EIE TILTS1
Teams Rated Even as Both Have
Been Defeated by Wisconsin
and Marquette.
Rated at the beginning of the
year as the weakest of Big Ten
hockey sextets, the University of
Minnesota team that will face the
Wolverines at Minneapolis this Fri-i
day and Saturday can no longer be
classed as easy picking for Coach
Eddie Lowrey's Michigan team,
which at the start of the season was
the heavy favorite to cop the title.
Following the double reverse at
the hands of Wisconsin's veteran
puckmen, after it was slated to take
at least one if not both, of the two
battles, Michigan's team will find
in the Gopher aggregation a worthy
opponent. Some basis for compari-
son may be made between the two
teams, as both of them have faced
both Wisconsin and Marquette in
early season games.
Gphers Downed by Badgers.
While the Wolverines fell before
the Badgers, 2 to 0 and 1 to 0 in
two successive nights, Minnesota
also was downed on the only occa-
sion on which it faced Coach Carl-
son's Wisconsin puckmen, 3 to 1.
On the bases of comparative figures
that would indicate that the Minne-
sota and Michigan squads are near
enough on a par to insure two close
battles this week. The Wisconsin-
Minnesota game was played on the
same sort of slushy, bumpy iceI
upon which thesWolverine-Badger
contest took place.
Both Michigan and the Gophers
have tasted defeat at the hands of
John Hancock's Marquette team,
but where the second Michigan
game was postponed, Minesota
carried on to a tie with the crack
Hiltopper aggregation. The score of
the Marquette victory over Minne-
sota wash6-3, as against a 4-2 win
over Michigan.
Minnesota Rink Reported Smooth.
From these scores then, it ap-
pears that any predictions as to
the outcome of Friday's and Satur-
day'sugames would be near to im-
possible. The Gophers will have the
advantage of playing on its own
ice, but the difference between that
and Michigan's smooth indoor rink
will not be as great as it was at
Wisconsin, as the Gopher surface is1
reported to be one of the best in1
the middle west.
Previous exhibitions have shown
that Michigan's chances are based
entirely on the ability of Emmy
Reid and Keith Crossman to count
the points, and when ice conditions
are so poor that these two men
cannot carry the puck effectively
Michigan's attack falters. Neither
of these men were able to score a
single point at either Marquette or
Wisconsin, both of the goals against
the Hilltoppers being counted by
Tommy Courtis, the right wing.
Even then one of those markers
was sent into the net from a scrim-
mage immediately in front of the

CAMPBELL SEEKS'ORLD'S SPEED MARK

SIDE COURT
SHOTS
(Continued From Page 6)
it might finish in the first divi-
sion would not bring the title?
lt Ann Arbor. The Wolverines,
wahl fast and clever are not
uit:e big enough to withstand
the charges of their taller op-
pcnents. With three out of five
Salready in the loss col-
iunm it is highly improbable '
that the Varsity will win the
r;t of their battles.
To change the subject a bit we
iSve noticed that the metropolitan
newspapers have been riding the
s.ort of "rassling." This criticism
is no doubt directed at the profes-
sional game, but no line is drawn
between that phase of the sport1
and the amateur side as practiced
by colleges throughout the country.
While we know less than nothing
about the inside workings of thel
much defamed professional type of

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Capt. Malcoim Campbell has started for Daytona Beach, Fla., with Bluebird II, shown above, whereT
he will attempt to better the world's speed record, early in February. The Bluebird II, is 25 feet 6 inches l
long, weighs two and one-half tons, and costs around S100. The Campbell-Napier motor will develop
1,400 horse power and is expected to send the English speed king over 231, miles an hour. The streamlined
body was tested as a miniature model in a wind tunnel. From these tests Campbell stated that No. 2 has
"50 percent more power." However the machine itself will receive its first trial when wheeled out on the
Florida sand. Campbell is bringing along 30 sets of 16-ply tires, enough for exactly 30 runs over the mile
course.

Big Ten Season Opens -
After Spartan Match
(Continued From Page 6)
they may spring a style of offense
that Keen's men are not prepared'
for, although the coach has been While Varsity hockey is rapidly Chi in one of the two last Intram-
taking all care possible to prevent becoming more and more popular ural contests played. Scoring three
any such thing happening. 'with Michigan sport fans, the In-p times in both the first and third
any _periods, and adding the other goal
The entire team, with the above, tramural ice race is also beginning in the second session, the D. K. E.'s
mentioned exceptions, is in good to attract its share of attention. left no doubt remaining as to which
shape and the men are developing While this sport has just been in was the better team of the two.
individual style of wrestling that its infancy with the Intramural LINEUPS
include all the coach has given Department in recent years, it ap- I.DK.IE.os. SigmaChi
them in the way of rides, holds, pears that at last it has reached a.KE.C
and escapes. Keen undoubtedly has point where it may rival other well Yos..y . .......D iteese
some more tricks up his sleeve that established 'mural activities for the Grigsby........d.........Smith
he will bring out for the confer- interest of sport fans during the verharus...............Goulds i
ence meet in order to give his men winter season. LogieharJc.........Gones1
all advantage possible against the In the most recent puck games to Hami.ond......w....... ..Bain
peculiar grappling style of each be played in the inter-frater ity Hessel.......spare.........Shinta
team; but he has taught his men league over 50 players were on the Columbo ..spare.Hatten
plenty already to condition them ice ready to take a part in the play, I-mthe -econd - -n-tpre atte
for. their opposition. 'while a fairly large crowd was in of the secon Intramurth battle
-the stands in attendance. This in-led
the tans inattndace. hisin~ers of the league, outscored Chi Phi
goal mouth. terest and great increase in the of he league, ocor e Chi P
The Wolverine defense, however, number of players and fans over to hng thu a 5-a victory. After bat-
timli' through a scoreless first per-
has been especially strong of late. that of former years is a typical tod Xi Psi Phi counted three times
Wisconsin's flashy forward line of example of the way the campus has in the second session as against its
Metcalf, Bach, and Siegal was been attracted to this Intramural opponent's one goal. Two more
stopped time after time as it at- sport all season. scores were sent into the net in
tempted to knife through the Wolv- Of the teams that have played the final period to sew up the game
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after being rushed into the breach Delta Kappa Epsilon skated to an I Kinder .........ld ......... Sabom
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Wrestling in collegec
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