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January 27, 1931 - Image 6

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Daniels, With 12 Points, Lea ds.
Scorers; Altenhof Next Wih1ConesI
By Joe IRussell
Michigan showcel t h a t fteir
smashing defeat of Chicago last
Saturday was no fhash in the pan a
by swamping a fighting Ohio State
quintet t40-22 last nig'htii 14m 1iplA

B~OX SCOR(E

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Daniels and Altenhof
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As a resu t of the Ohio Statej
.aelstenathe n ifadinth

W e st ern Conference individual
J race. He now has a total of 54
points. in seven games-22 baskets
and 10 fouls. His team-mate, Ray]
Norm Daniels, Altenhof is running second with 16
Miehigiun center, who retainedj baskets and 14 free throws for a;
hsholdJ on the Corife ence scoring total of 46 points. Reiff, North-
leadby snkin fie baketsandI western is third with 40 points.

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Handicapped by thie abs c, ic of
three star rnnrs, 'the I hsquad Tvo.,, lenctici Jt s en
of the yearling track team ?vas bad- I oPi'SC(FC!
ly defeatcd, 37 to 17, y. sterday roa htaa)J is ~le puing l(Yhis
afternoon :Ti the fieldl house ?y I the 1~ ;P n fo~ i on
Frosh squaad as the trach evens in 3,c in i offi)i, timeun
the second fresh= an track meĀ°et of O S eweni cms ar.
the seasuon got under wa y. Field dy at 0
e yents and the t 'ieiz~-mlfc elay v illdy Jn 0
.The Varsity gv a ragged per-
he held today and way choanlge the tr nr 'l
formncn e ag ainst the freshmen ,.s~last
}cor'e somewhat,.ekadCahJoutoei o
satisfied Coih theiot
Heston proved to be high pointcvp.no
man for the meet when he chalked tesudodt.OhO il lbrn
up two first places and a third posi- onle of the four best teams in the
tion. He took both high and. low cofrnefrtegTnoec
hurdle events and also placed third Latya1hylstt ihgnb
in the 60-yard dash. His time in a score of 10-7 butl the Maize and
the high ones was :9.2 seconds; and Blue squvad is considerably weaker
in the low, :8 seconds flat. McDow- this season.
ell and Gravelle trailed him over The regular fencers won the frosh
the big bumps with Randall and meet, 20-3, but, showed' poor fecncing;
Bradley doing the samne in the at times. In the foil events Bar-a
~owerones.low, Meyer, and McMullen fenced 9
.over ons. jaltches with Lovell, Friedman. and
Danner Wins Sprint.} Gordon, of the Varsity winning 2
Donner took the sprint in the fair points, out of th'le 9. Barlow'upset
time of :6.7. Renwiclk failed to take Lovell in one match, 5-4 and Meyer~
part in this event although hie won won from Friedman by the same
it at the fast meet and was counted soe
on to give his squad a first position The freshmen did not take a
in the event. Zahner, and H{eston point in the sabre event. Avrunen,7
placed second and third respective- Marshal, Little, and Natten lost all;
ly. their events to Gordon, DeStefano,
The quarter-mire run was won by Edelman, Bourland, and Ide, of the
Younger in :54.6 which is fair for Varsity.
freshman competition. Lemen took In an alternating ser'ies, Erwin
second honors and McRoy claimed wone irom Winig of the Varsity in
the third place. This time was much the only upset in the epee division.
better than that in the first meet. Nahrgang and MciClusky fenced for
McManus Springs Surprise, the freshmen in this event with
McManus flashed through a suar- Erwin against Powers, Winig, and
prise winner in the 880 by taking Reichard.I

ONATC FU LTS
Weaknesses of Spartan Meet
to be Removed Before
Con fcrence Season.
Folowig the 23-5 win that the
Wolves scored over the crew of
grapplers fr-om Michigan State,
Coch Keenspen theentire prac-
'iC( 5C510" yeterdy i sho0wing
his iin ix wh;;!at aswrong with,
thi-c at('1n-wa ept them
fro unnnga ii gher score. Even
though the Mait.1; iand Bue Maulers
tfok thef mee:'t bIalrg"ari
eahbout bm!ought out ~some weak
spoins anid Keen is bound, t iron
themr out be tore the first Confer-
enc meet.
Before the Wolves meet Ohio they
will be wrestling with the idea of
a fall or nothing every time they
go to the mat. One of the faults
that showed up against the Spar-
tans was that the Michigan team
did not have enough experience to
pin a team that was as well in-
formed about the art of laying out
and waiting for a break. Another
soft spot was uncovered when the
Spartans concentrated on the wrist-
locks._
Wilson who received a slight in-
jury and lost his bout by default
was back on the mat today and
from all indications he is in perfect;
condition and the fall that he took
served only to give him more ex-
perience. ".he rest of the squad with
the 'exceptions of Auer and Parker
are in good shape.
Drilling for the rest of the week
will consist of a concentration on
t he different weaknesses that were
shown up in the meet and Keen
(Continued on Page 7)

Hank Weiss,
Diminutive Wolverine forward,
who seemed to have regained his
scoring eye against the Buckeyes
last night as well as playing his
usual speedy floor game.

a

last night.
YEAR LAS CAGRSI

PRESENT FRESHMAN CAGE SQUAD
a INCLUDES SEVWEN FOOTBALL MEN

Y - - !By Bob Shaw.1
Lack of Spia Pcrvades Final (!J ior', Note: 'This is the thirdl
Pracice efor Exas. ad last in a se ries of artic~ces onj
Pracice efor Exa s, the freshm an basketball team).
Coach Ray Fisher sent his fresh- OftItet e o onrs
mnan basketball squad. through a mgzD" the yearling basketball sqluad
;;if sciinnagc y esierday in their sever played either on tInc fresh- t
it practice session until after the man or Physical I . football teams
exarnhiatdi(.n period. :practice wvill including Bernand, Tillotson, Bodcn,,E
be restuinec Monday, February 1G.l Coo-pCr, Ptoskey, Rattermnan, andI
I he sc - immage was marked as Schmidt. In addition many of tht.
(Continued on Page 7) me= n plan cost- gg out for baseball

in the spring notably Petoskey who
is a star three -snort competitor.
The concluding set of sketches of
the cagers follows:
Harry Tillots,,m--Heigh t: 5 feet,
10 1-2 inches; weight.: 160 lbas. Til-
iotson is fron Ant, Arbor High
School, and is listed as a guard on
the court roster.
John Luden -Height: 6 feet:
(Continued on Page 7)

the run over Horton in,':2.6.... Mc-
Man us is new to this grind, having
been specializing in the two-mile
run. Childs took a third in the
event. A second heat of the sante
event was taken by Smart, althoug;h
I his time did not approach that o '
thte first run. Ohioa ) tooks a second
and Geller third in the second trial.
IThis first part of the meet showed
a g eneral improvenment in times
turned in and also in the condition
of the participants. The relay which
wspostponed yesterday will be
rnoff this afternoon.

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