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TrHURSDAY, JANUJARY 22, 1931

H~EICHTIAN

TALY

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DETR~oIT''NX
Junior Cagers Establish Selves
as Strong Squad by String
of Seven Victories.

STARS IN BADGERS' COURT PLAY i.

WOLVERINE BOXER
WINS TWO TITLES

Thin d ads Hold
eiay Races

First
of Yee-;

rn PORRLIP RrrT

(Contilillod Froill 6)

RICKETTS STARS IN PLAY
Winning their seventh straight
game, Coach Courtright's Junior
Varsity has established themselv~es
as formidable opponents, for any
kind of competition. The rise ini
the playing ability of the B' team l
this season is shown by the num- 1
ber of players just under Varsity,
ability.
The hopes of Coach Courtright
were held back after the second l
game, when Coach Veenker decidedI
to use Williamson and Petrie in
the first-string games. This loss
was overcome by the substitutes
that took their place, Shaw and
Eveland.
To Seek Eighth Win.
If the Bee's can take the Detroit
Y' team in the latter's gym next
Saturday night, Coach Courtright
expects easy sailing the rest, of the.
season. This team is not quite as
strong -,s usual but in their small
gym they will be more formidable
than on Michigan's large floor, the
Coach stated.
The development of thc 'B' squad
this year is due to the practice with
the Varsity which affords keener
opposition than the regular games.
Last night they taught the Varsity
the Chicago offense. These work-
outs have improved the playing
abilities of Root, O'Neill, and Shaw
until they will soon be pushing the
Var~ity members for their places.
Individual Play is Good.
Team play is the weakest feature
of the squad. They have little op-
portunity to develop this depart-
ment as the line-up is changed so
frequently. Individual play of Ric-
ketts and others have more than
made up weakness. Although Mich-
igan Bees defeated the Detroit Y'.
team, 34-10, in their first meeting,
Coach Courtright is not overly op-;
timistic as to the outcome of Sat-
urday night's battle.1
freshman Track Team
to Hold Cinder Meet !
(Continued From Page 65)1
Randall, Deo, Gravelle, Bradley,
Peckham, Eldred, and Garrison will
bie competing for the first position
honors in the hurdles.
The 440 run will be entered by
Gould, Gordon, Rollins, Lemen, Mc-
Roy, Younger, and Raney who have!.
seen considerable previous action?
in this, distance. Alix, McManus,
Aley, and Dodd are perhaps the
outstanding aspirants in the half-
mile run.

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Let Philbin's boxers are going a ; 'in ile 'xhijt ion looked abocut;
long :ay in taking cehainpioiiships the best withl Austin, 1Iarbison,' Michigan State Grapplers Hee
in A. A. U. conmpetition. Jack Star- Colby, and Richards c 'l li doing Saturday Night; Keen1
w ,i has won two championship two fast laps on the oval to take Dr ills H '-iv. '
bouts during the past few weeks in, the event in the fair time of ^2 non-_...
the light heavyweight division, win- ines, 43.4 seconds. Simith, MchKenzie,' IA pk iKi~lwt= istlizzg "(Oo'Ot
ning the Jackson Gold Belt title Allen, and IDarrow.. also excha nged the Intramnura l buildinig went on
in this class and then capturing the baton, but failed to bring; it inE
the light heavyweight title in the first.I as usual yesterday <illt. m oon as
Central Mlichigan A. A. U. tourna- Eknovich, G3lading, Lamb, and' Coach Cliff Kceen put his mn
ment at Lansing last Wednesday. ; 1ien ran the three-quarter relay; through anothei pzaze i(.>sso
In v'inning11 the bout Starwas against T~osser, Noyes, Debaker, and for their met this Studv While
knocked out his opponent, Jugnot, tuss.ell, but thc latter team copped thi wo ' ttk(i
of Kalamazoo. In the middleweight t.h e hnors ofa , n.Thle time I hs morot was not, ii str'enuzous
division. Shaheen won his bouts up tmned in via:,; 2:2f;. Each manl ran a.s thai ofthte day ih~foe" or the
to the finals in the Lansing tour- one and one-half laps. 'qm ;a whole . ftime ma jority ofI
ney. which hie lost by a very close The compositioti of these teams ,10first string g,;!yl _1s\ 11( given'
decision. This was Shahe en's first fi the runs yesterday are by no.i
,bout in co-iotition outside of the m~eans definite, but they are picked !penty of work. T1 coachl worked
University, and in older to reach' only for the purpose of getting a! them. in pairs in the nh n i ing and
the finals he overcame anl experi- (fine on the outstandill t men avail- Jinec them as tnez h\ttid for
enced opponent. able for the varsity relay team, falls.
Captain Auer w ,orkred w'iilh the
hcvi-, eight mecn mo,-; of tihe ai-
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The feature gm ftesao I never lee dow'n, and filed up the
in the Intramural Hockey League !trem endously high total of 61
ended in a 22 tie, after the Rang- points to J for Sigma Alpha Mu.
ers and Theta Kappa Nu had bat-i i s bytar the 1 hgetoalhat
t1lcdrug tedesperately trug he rgtu-
latio tre periods and two addi- -byta aben able t run upinhzea
ional1overtime sessions. The tie ina'igl am hi earan ter
-4,..---<-:will be played off at a later dlate. are fe w on tihe all time in~tramural
Associated Piess Photo The Rangers displayed an excel- r ecordis that can compare wvith it.
es in early games, has established lent brand of hockey throughout Goldsmnith. led his teammates in
At stars in. the Western Conference. the gamie with no one in particular scoring, counting eight times from.
Visconsin system of play, and has outshining his teammates. ForJ the field, but was closely followed.
s trust in him- by his brilliant floor Theta Kappa Nu, Ton. Porter was by Palmner with seven and Anderson
outstanding, and Park with six apiece. Frank was
-- ----- ----- .~---Ithe only one of the losers who was
BASK ETBhAM, able to part the meshes, counting
'STRONVG FV once from the field and on1ce from
FIVE Psi Upsilon by its overwhelming charity lane.
BASKETBALL RACE victory over Sigma Alpha Mu -__
stapeditself as probably thei
are ob Anol ,,%1)ojump eet~rr Stongst tam n an ofthe ntr- ,-
andc is the L: 13E heighth as M~killer, mural leagues. Starting with a rush r/

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hini L foin, geting very sem'mous and
there is no doubt now that hie (-
innot Iy-'c (Nited on to]' the ihgn
f t' toeme!!
Tie gieeiai (olidlit io}n c: 4the
g rpple razs they wo:'kerd i tI le
trial bouts uinder the siupcrvision of
SKeeni was encoura<;ing for they
seen;i to be applying. the rides atnd
helds and making use of the es-
capes that the coach has been
pounding into them all season.
fThere seems to be sonic improve-
;.;meat yet for tihe coming in the
m.'Itter of actually pinning -their
t1 oponents in the least' necessary
;time, but more competition and
werk~outs is bound to get them
Lfclicking smoother along this line
as the season advances.

wI m maar

-Robert Poser, by his performanc(
his right to rank among the brightes'
Poser plays a leading role in the W
more than justified Coach Meanwell's
work.
BETA THETA PI HAS
IN FRATERNITY.
(Editor's Note This is thie first of
a series of reviews of outstanding!

II bi UI ll teams inIIIthe Inter.1r Iaia U i)oD IasUi~, JO; IXIwacIbo
ternity league.) Flint Cen)tral. The remiaining; guard
Beta Theta Pi is one of the ouit- is Dale, the shortest mnanr on the
standing teams in the interri team, about 5 feet 10 inches, but lie
eziybasketball race. Thyhv is very capable at the guard posi-
tall fast team, lead by Wally Miller, t ion T Th. team is coached by Bill
tackle on the Varsity football team I Or wig.
who is 6 feet 3 inches tall. S esiesI Puck Team to Leave
Miller who is headed for an P.4--'
Star berth on the interfratc-rnlty Today for Minnesota
team, the Betas have Glen Black.-
Black is neatly sip feet tail and c>- (ContinueacIv1rom Page 6)
tremely fast. He was chosen on thI eacrly season reports, however, the
All-Tournament team at gunard Go ,hers appear to be slightly le,;

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