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TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1931

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LAlOF r WTL L IVE SWISS RUNNER
Pucknen Will Play Two Ganes1
With Marquette Outfit
Here This Week.
Announcement was made yester-
day following a telephone call from
East Lansing that the Mich-Michi-
gan State hockey game, scheduled
to be played tonight, would be post-
poned indefinitely because of poor
ice conditions caused by the late
spell of warm weather.h
Although the Wolverines were
not looking at the game with any
feeling of misgiving, it will give the
players a chance to get rested upz
after their recent trip to Minne-
apolis, when they defeated the Go-,
pher sextet twice, 2-1 and 1-0, on
Friday and Saturday nights. All of
the rest the team gets this week
will be appreciated, as the Wolves
are carded to meet Marquette in a
two-game series on Thursday and Assoctated Press Photo
Friday nights at the Coliseum.
Wolves in Race. Dr. Paul Martin,
Michigan's doubie victory at Mn- Famous middle distance runner
hnesota again puts the team ina fm Switzerland and prominent
position where it can challenge surgeon is now in the United States
Wisconsin for the top of the Con- to participate in meets.
ference ladder, The Badgers have
a record of three games won as
against no defeats, while the Wol-
verines have broken even in fourC
starts. Minnesota still has to take
mounted to three.1
If Michigan can be returned vic-
torious in each of its remaining
four games, and such an event is Michigan Gains Undisputed Fifth
far from impossible, the team will Place by Buckeye Victory;
at least be sure of a tie for the Subs Get in Lineup.
title, while if Minnesota can upset _
the Badgers in one of the three (Continued from Page 6)
remaining games between those
two clubs the Wolverines would be mu, but was closely trailed as us-
well on the way towards a second ual by Altenhof who accounted for
C o n f e r e n c e title. The team's 11 more toward the total of 40.
chances against the Badgers are' Probably the prettiest exhibition
far better here than they were at
Madison, where the teams were of basketball last night was given
forced to battle it out on rough ice by Eveland. He did not lead in the
which was far more familiar to scoring but his passing and floor
Coach "Spike" Carlson's crew than work was a great factor in the
it was to the Michigan players.' tartlingvi yit nin
Reguars egai For. (place him third in the scoring col-
The showing of the Wolverines umn, but he was instrumental in
against Minnesota was h i g h 1 y many of the markers chalked up
pleasing from a Michigan view- by the other members of the team.
point. All of the regulars on the Daniels, besides starring on the
Michigan team played heads up f offenzsive played Fesler, All-Ameni-
hockey, and the Wolverines as a can football ace,
whole far outplayed the Gophers to a standstill
in every department. Coach Ed Theahighlystouted
Lowrey's strong forward line of Buckeye m ad e
Grossman, center, and Reid and Buok y mne ;
Courtis, wings, greatly outclassed good on only one
the Gopher front line of Johnson, try from the floor
Rymanand Gibbs, while rouse last nit, a n d
and Williams on the defense halted missed his oneN
practically every attempt of the c>;n;c to count ,
G o p h e r forwards of breaking from the foulmline. -
through to the Michigan goal. Jack The game last
Tompkins, Wolverine goalie, while night was fast,
not called upon to make m a n y and although the
stops, checked all tries. officials called 11 TESSMER
Ifouls on Michigan
and 16 on their opponents, this
Matmen Are Driled fact did not seem to slow up the
on V. ul n Attack pit. tI, .iAN-n (tinwni+iforhui i d

Seven Gridders Play
With Yearling Cagers
(Continued From Page 6)
weight: 160 lbs. Boden is a native
of Detroit where he starred on
Northwestern High's team. At pres-
ent he is one of Fisher's two best
guards.
-ward Cooper-Height: 6 feet;
'.seht: 185 lbs. Cooper prepped at
Lapeer High School, Lapeer, Mich-
n wnero he played guard on the
.-chool cage squad.
Cyinnus Korzuck-Height: 5 feet{
11 inches; weight: 133 lbs. Korzuck
is another Ann Arbor boy, andI
plays forward with the freshman j
aggrcgation.
Fran cis Letchifleld-Height: 6 feet
1-2 inch; weight: 170 lbs. Letchfield'
is from Ann Arbor. He plays for-
ward or center for Fisher.
Ted Petoskey-Height: 5 feet, 11
inches; weight: 175 lbs. Petoskey
is one of the most versatile ath-
letes that Saginaw Eastern High
School, Saginaw, Michigan has ever
produced. In addition to playing
basketball he also held down posi-
tions on the football and baseball
teams. Forward is the position he
plays with the yearling cagers.
Fred Patterson-Height: 5 feet,
10 inches; weight: 170 lbs. Patter-
son comes from Holly, Michigan,
where he was a star athlete on the
high school teams. He is a guard.
Benny Dobbs-Height: 5 feet, 11
inches; weight: 170 lbs. Dobbs was
a substitute on the famous Ashland,
Kentucky high school team which
won fame at the National Inter-
scholastic Basketball tourney at
Chicago several seasons ago. He was
a guard on that crack quintet.
Freddy Ratterman - Height: 5
feet, 10 1-2 inches; weight 160 lbs.
Ratterman hails from Cincinnati,I

SIGMA NU CAGERS Japanese Team May GYMNASTS DRILL Yearling Cage Drill
ARE UNDEFEATED Come Here to Meet | FOR INITIAL MEET Suspended by Coach
Stron Erat t Fy e ' Wins WVolverine Natators Inexcperienced Team Will Make (Continued From Page 6)
K zlA , Tit/. Michigan will probably entertain Big Ten Debut Friday. most of these workouts have been
Kao by a general lack of pep and spirit
a swimming team of international Ohio State will open the Big Ten Wtih one or two exceptions the
(y Note: This imn(f '"part of March or the first of April gymnastic season here Friday, Jan. men played in an aimless sort of
., e s Nat : crm 3onthatMr- if neti aio cahe tompl 30, against Coach West's inexperi- fashion, and little co-ordinated
ti s n arsi t fa'-r .;"-if negotiations can be completed ndtemAcrdgtop-s-
fraternity basketball t as.) with the tank team of the Univer- enced team. According to pr-sea- work was shown. Wild passing, fre-
1' sarted 'r~ nte- jsityof asea ofJapn. hisson dope they will bring to Anan Ar-
-, sity of Waseda of Japan. ThismU s quent fumbling, and erratic shoot-
Sigma nu as s d squad of Japanesc mermen is com- bor one of the four best gym teams
ofaesenioain the conference. ing marked most of the session.
fraternity basketball1 t c a in s by inteofrnc.z ,gay
sweeping the Kentucky league with intercollegiate meet to be held at This is the first season that gym- Fisher sent his regular quintet
one-sided scores. Before the sea- Chicago March 28, and they have nastics is a comuetitive sport at composed of Ratterman and Kim-
son ong ctheywnderse fnothe co ron exressed the desire to meet the Michigan. Coach West has a green mel at the forwards, Allen at cen-
Strng dUniversity of Michigan swimmers team, including several members ter. and Fishman and Boden in the
but after meeting every team in while they are in this country. who have never taken part in a
that league and winning by huge The University of Waseda squad meet. Without a previous contest guard positions on thie floor for
scores, they have established them- is the intercollegiate champion the team will be sent into the Ohio aolegty worout fi eywere
selves as a powerful team' team of Japan and has a well- fray without its ability being de- proceeded to outscore them by six
Two former Alma Varsity stars rounded aggregation of tank stars 1 termined. pocetded thts e the wyri
lead the team, Leahy and Bower, on its roster. The meet, if it can Advanced reports from Coach points during the time they were
i fowar an guad. t. lair oftheon the floor. Both sides showed an
forward and guard. St. Clair, of the be satisfactorily arranged, and the West show that the team is far almost complete absence of shoot-
Senn high school of Chicago and chances are that it will probably be stronger than he had expected but ing eyes in the course of the scrim-
and All-city forward, is the run- fixed up, should be of major interest he is uncertain as to the outcome age.
ning mate of Leahy. Foster and to all followers of swimming. of the Ohio meet.__ _ __ __ __
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high school. He also played on the
yearling football team. He is a
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MANY PROMINENT DIAMOND STARS I
WILL BE MISSING ON CLUB ROSTERS
While there have been no great fielding receivers in the American
inroads cut in the ranks of Amer- League, has also gone down during
ican League players during the the winter, and with him has gone
winter season, largely because of the veteran "Bubbles" Hargreaves.
the draft war existing between the who received most of his major
majors and minors up until last league experience in the National
week, 17 well known players in the League. Ken Holloway, another
junior circuit, most of them active Yankee, is the third veteran from
last season, will not be in the league that club to be relcased.
when the 1931 season opens. Art Shires, basebali's 'blahf e a t--
Of this grouptwo were managers Senators. and will spend next sum-
last year, while another was a mer in the American Association.
coach. Bob Shawkey has turned In his departure the junior loop
over the reigns of management at lo::es a colorful player, but at the
New York to Joe McCarthy, and same time a man that has never
Shawkey will be working in a minor ,lhved up to the press agenting that
league next year. At Boston Heinie he has received. Chick Autry, who'
Wagner has left to be replaced by has spent several years in the lea-
John "Shano" Collins, a formerIgue with New York, Cleveland, and
Chicago and Boston star. Benny Chicago, has been tendered his re-
Meyer, colorful Detroit coach., has lease by the White Sox. Bud Clancy,
also left the league, to the relief Sox first baseman, and Emil Barnes,
of more than one pitcher through- outfielder, also have been dropped
out the circuit, to the minors.
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on Faults in Attack ,Ipa.Atr()i etirDnn
their play became hard to say the
(Continued From Page 6) least, with the result that Hinch-
expects to build into his aggrega- man was sent to the showers after
tion the ability to turn a man over committing four personal fouls.
and pin him no matter how hard The Maize and Blue clad players
he hugs the canvas. missed 11 tries from the foul line
In speaking of the bouts with the during the game while Ohio did
team from up state the Michigan not make good on 7 similar at-
mentor stated that they were a 'tempts.
tougher crew than he had expected Tessmer, making his first appear-
and that the only praise that he ance in Conference basketball in
has for his men is that they showed place of Williamson who was taken
a'world of intestinal fortitude and out during the first half played a
displayed the fact that they could good game. Although lie did not
be built into a winning combination score, his guarding was a feature,
before the Big Ten title race had as was the play of the diminutive
started. Petrie, who started at forward.

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years of faithful service to the
Cleveland club, but his legs have
slowed him up to such an extent I
that he can no longer hope to con-
pete with the younger blood in the
game. Cleveland has also released
Eddie Montague, its regular short-
stop for a great part of last season.
Jack Quinn, who has for years
been known as the oldest active
player in the majors, has finally
been cut loose by Connie Mack at
Philadelphia, and with him has
gone Homer Summa, who used to
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