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January 24, 1931 - Image 6

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Eveland Replaces Weisr to Team S~ Ie M r
With pc:et tcFoward j ~ ~ itrntoal
lii LVId~4ej :>.i C._Iucw i ng driver, shattered
CHICAGO ' 11:F:LEA thF sp('cdi oat mark the
cci dy tL'uglineagh, Ire-
l~ C~e~if~Q~iH(dV aid ',~piieirgthe 1Tiss Eng'-
PlROI',AB[E lLlUPS 1.8 lad Ii at a speed upwards of
Michigan Chicago 100 mniles an hour. Don, driving
Petriec........... f........... Fl: ih the boat in which Major I.1. 0. D.
Eveland ......... f.......... Yates] Segrave was killed last summer,
DanielsE;..........Paraonr wifl probably not receive the offi-
Williamson......g.........A1'sh1ley ial record as this was only a
Altenhof ..... , .. )~hensonl trial run. Seg'ave's mark of
A fighting Wolverine: quintet, 98.76 miles an hour stands as
slightly altered in -ii~eito from the the official time.
one that has taken the cx > j
cent Fames, will invad,0, 3a'eu
gninaateptoof their lost prcstige and to.pple the D T~ M[
strong Maroon qiintet ifrom heicpr
position as Con fereleica':s j f~lIfllnTff
long with tihe Nortnwe';_ir v. II ~II 11
Although the Michigan cgrnoW TH9L HIU I~
tied with('h he Bad ;ers for sixth, __
pl<LC<, ti I e de~ta._ ( li minat Ad
h'o~n~l We ce ln of titlse ntc 11c<r; Squad Shows Improvement in
thl r st en'1th i: =e..o i ;d u,; P'ast Three Weeks of
im i 1 "t ac ador in dctliug 7' e Intensive Drill.
(All 71:) i"1slj) dY ittE.(___
Eveae 2tep Ia.Development of the Varsity track
Coach veenker has decided to squad during the past three weeks
place the same five rien on the: of inteinsive drilling will be exhi-
floor at the start witLh the inport- bated this afternoon at 3 o'clock
ant exception of Wci ;s, (dimin~utive in the field house wvhen Coach
veteran forward who .'aerns to have !Charles Hoyt puts the entire squad
lost his scoring ability and will be through their paces in a series of
replaced by Eveland, sophomore time trials and tests in both field
flash. Eveland performed in the and track events.
capacity of a first string regular This inter-team competition will
along with Weiss during the earlier be of a much higher calibre than
portion of the season until Petrie, that brought out in the last few
another sophomore, go a chance to weekly time trials, although they l
show his wares in the Wolverine- wr osalsces h e
Badgr enountr. thave shown a constant improve-
Coach Norgren of the Windy City merit, and the general spirit and
quintet will send five determined morale of the entire squad is at a
basketeers who have all proved high pitch and eager for action. '
their worth as point getters against Tolan Will Run.
the Michigan aggregationi of four The entries for this afternoon in-
sophomores and one junior. Hmead- dlude Eddie Tolan, veteran sprint,
ed by Captain Fish, star forward, -star, who has failed to take part
the Maroons are bent upon taking in the other meets. Iic will run the
the Wolverines into camp to dis- 60-yard sprint in the second heat
prove the more or less common with Hitt, Radford, and Renwick,
view that Chicago's teams are never freshman dash leader. Campbell,
more than mediocre. Smythe, and Klein will run the first
Maroons Tied For First. heat in this event. At present
Although tied for first honors in Campbell is the ranking man in
the Big Ten scramble the Midway the time trials thus far. Radford,1
quintet has played one game less Boettler, Donner, another fresh-
than the Purple, and is considered man, and Zahner will sprint the
A Opening theus eason the nder-nce. tggle~ton, ranking hurdle man in
dog, the Maroons turned the tables both the high and low jumps is
on the Indiana five and coked out counted on to take these events1
a 28-27 victory in an overtime per- this afternoon. DeBaker, Jackson,
iod. In their second encounter and Haefele will force him to his
Coach Norgren's cagers again took~ best in the high ones, while Hae-
(Continued on Page ;) I (Continued on Page 7)

IPurple Meets Ohio
.CHICAGO, Jan. 23«--North-
x: ,'rc and _ Chicago, the txvo
u ilidcfe'at e"ledrinl the 131,1
ei G5 nii-'_xan gerous teanis in
the title'fight L.
Northivesieun, possessor of a
technica:l e in the race with
thuie victcories to Chicago's two,
mecets Chia Staco at Evanston
\vhile Chicago, thei surprise team
cf the Conrf yren ce, tackles iVich-
ig'an« a -teiniiiay. Illinois in-
a dos WSisonsinat Madison to
~ outte night's three card
D~t a-en.



Crossinan and (Rei;;Score (Goals
For Invaders As Defense
Withstands Att-ack
By Fred ade io~Editor
kinnesota Daily.
The Michiganie sextet dcfeatAd
MVinnesota in the firstLgame ofth
Wolverine-Gopher series here to-
night by a 241-1 ,score. The-Wlve led
the field during must of the wfraly,
but were hard pressed in1 the final
period when the Gophers made a
last effort to tie the w inner.,
The first score caimeintheimid-
dle of the first period whe on Cross
man skated dow,.n the is and ent
ly shoved the puck ast. theMin-
nesota goalie,.Fve.inn1o. mn
were in action a h ie h
WolverinesexiiebO rpasn
and otolayed rdotitdth
Goalie Tomipkins avda coein
tie soreond permidbysaigaen
sational cieakatrlsn i
stick in a scraimbicleifrt of thek
net. H~e resumed his position in
time to thwart the Minnesota :for-
Reid tallied the second counter
soon afterwards unassisted, but
found himself sprawled out on the
ice as the result of his efforts. He
was revived and resumed play.
Michigan Positi-7on Minnesota
Tompkins...G ..........Jones
Prouse ........ RD ... Conway (c)
Williams.......LD. H-ollingsworth
Crossman .....C...... Johnson
Reid..........LW:........ Gibbs

Second Clash Withl Minnesota
Last Conference Game
on Foreign Ice.


. .. ". ....,...:::.:.::.,....::::.,.:......:,§+.§E9M ichigan's hockey team will play
~..s.\its last Conference game on foreign
a4ssociated P res.Photo ice tonight when it clashes with
The Varsity crew of Old Eli has already started its training under Coach Ed Leader in an indoor tank Minnesota in the second of a two-
especially constructed for this purpose. Left to right the Yale oarsmen read H. P. Shephard, S. J. Foster, game series with that club. The
Capt. J. G. Rogers, G. lt. Babcock, William S. Gannsey, Charles 11. Tennecy, David B. Manuel and George first giame of the series was played
Munson.at Minneapolis last night.
___________________________________________________________Although chances are fairly slim
v BAS ETB LL EAM Yale Relay Team Sets for either of these teams over tak-
PU D EB S E BA LT A SH N ing the league-leading Wisconsin
UP ENVIABLE RECORD IN BIG TEN N ew Swi '. mming Mark pucksters, if one club can take both
___________________________________________________________games of the present series it will
Yale's star natators established a have a fighting chance for the'
(Special to The Daily) winning ol, sharing in five BigJ Ten new intercollegiate Swimming As- championship. In the event of a
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Jan. 23-CoachI titles. seoc-tion reccord in the 400-yard re, (split between Michigan and the
WardLamerts 131 urdi bs- lthughstaistis ad fgurs ly eent t te Crneie oolI Gophers, however, both t e a m s
Web qa d, afbeter121Pruebs-atouhstshakyndfgre sla veta teCange ol naI Iwould be in a position. too far in
I Inetallsqadaftr ashky tar Iusually toil a rather cold story in I mcci. with Wesleyan college when arrears of the Badgers to give them
in the current net campaign, will recounting athletic achievements, Ln1"e four-man team covered the dis- much chance for the title, provid-
have an enviable re-co,,rd to uphold I Purdue's twelve year conference tanice in the fast time of 3:40 2/5 ing of course -that the Wisconsin
when it jurmps back into confer- record p.rovidlcs a convincing taeoI minutes. team did not take a sudden turn
enrco coml~petition on Feb. 7 against consistently da4 ngerous; fives that; The Yale swimmers who made up for the worse and drop several
Indina t Boomngtn, or eam 10hA nrer-ni'ale rit('5to re-the foeam were: Donald S. Fobes, contests that it should by rights
coached by the Boilermaker' men or h - Jrealeciist r-;tohn K. Brines, Albert T. Hapke, win.
in the past twelve year's hold the c diit that the 3reen tll cilerrnrakev nd Ogden, C. Woodruff. A new Tonight's game will mark the fin-
e~le orcall4.1 onrs en(a;Ce iuintet wilain confidence as the world's r'ecord in this same event al appearance . of Tommy Courtis,
edeorclurent sueae progresses undei' outside of collegiate ranks was es- 'veteran right wing, in a BPig Ten
i the pateriod sg'ancx twencand Losm uige of La mbert and prro-; tabli shed last week in the time of titular clash, as the steady forward
,n tePerid siC e :<.l t andhLam- vide plenty of hardwood fl cewor'ks 13:35 2'5 at tire New 'Fork Athleti wll ga ut at he nd o te
bert'.; urdue fin.d 1 stnd headiIs playe', club. (Continued on Page 7)
and ;shoulders above all conference jfLheindg

foes on the oasis or the long-timll le
I'tnig.TeBiemkrhaeplayed 133 games since the war, in- I
elu ding three gamnes already p1 y ecl
this season, and have won well over " w-hi~ ftersat hl

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