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TWO PltT ARCINV
SEPARATES SIAT SK
Schlanderer and Co-rtis Trai!
Wolverine Pace-Setters;
First Half Enis.

VON ELM EARNS $8,000 IN SIX WEEKS

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LAFICE PMJ PUlE
!Business Nan Golfer', RecentlyI
Turned Professional, Leads
Rivals in Winnings.

Emmy Reid and Keith Crossman,
left wing and ceter respectively of
Michigan's hockey team, arw run-
ning a neck and neck race for first
place in scoring for the Wolverines
for the scasen to date, with Reid
showing th( way by the small mar-
gin of tvo points. One point is
awar a to each player for each
goa or each assist which he makes.
Reid has bulged the twine of his
opponent's nets on 10 different oc-!
casions, as against nine goals that
have been registered by Crossman.I
In assists Reid also has the ad-
vantage, having aided in the scor-
ing of four goals as against the
three assists of Crossman. Between
the two of them they have been
responshile for 26 of the 36 points
that the Wolverine team has ac-
cumulated all season.
Schlanderer Third.
Captain Art Schlanderer, who hasl
been used as a spare most of the
year, ranks third in the total scor-
ing with five points,.lie has sent
two pucks into the net and has
been instrumental in the scoring
of three other goals. Closely fol-
lowing Schlanderer is Tommy Cour-
tis, with a total of four points, the
result of three goals and one assist.
Bill Langen, in the first game of
the season, received credit for an
assist, but shortly after that time
he was declared ineligible and has
not been in any games since the
first of the season.I
None of the Michigan defense
men have as yet collaborated in
the recording of a single marker,
but with such a strong forward line
to handle that department of play
the Wolverines have not been hard
hit by the scoring deficiencies of1
the defense men, Williams andl
Prouse.
Scorers Halted.
Just how much the success of
the Maize and Blue sextet depends
on the scoring abilities of Reid and
Crossman may be seen from the
results of the games at Marquette
and Wisconsin, when poor ice con-
ditions made it impossible for these
two men to carry the puck down the
ice with their usual skill. The only
two Michigan goals registered in
these four games were sent into the
net by Tommy Courtis, and one of:
those was from a mixup in front
of the goalie.
The four points that Michigan
has scored thus far in Conference
battles are divided evenly between
Reid and Crossman, the former
having two goals, while the latter
has one goal and an assist to his
credit.
SCORING

t tr As ae s ,ir d J'rCe '!
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 27.--George
Von Elm, who recently decided to
mke golf his avocation, celebrated
his first winter in the ranks of the
men cy tournament p1 a yervs by win -
ning the largest shaire of the $51,-
200 pest in six California cham-
pionships.
Playing through the same circuit
la;t season, the Los Angeles, "busi-
ness man golfer" as he pleases to
call himself, collected only a bunch
of amLte'lr p)res. ThIs year his
earnings were $7,417.
Ties With Golden.
One brilliant round of golf en-
abled him to collect the greater
share of this, for he won $6,750 by
finishing in a tie for first with
Johnny Golden, Norton, Conn., pro-
fessional, in the Augua Caliente
$25,000 open, the feature ever of the
annual California golf rush.
Golden finished a close second
with an even $7,000. This was con-
siderably short of the $10,000 which
Gene Sarazen, New York pro, made
in one tourney, the Augua Caliente
classic, last year. JT
Tall Ed Dudley, Wilmington, Del.,
came third with $4,512, the greater
share of which he made by win-
ning the $3,500 first place money
in the Los Angeles $10,000 open.
The veteran, Al Espinosa of Chi-
cago, was fourth with $2,869.
Von Elm was consistent in his
earnings. He collected $532 in the
San Francisco $7,500 match play
tournament. He added $50 at the
Pasadena $4,000 open, missed out
entirely in the Santa Monica, $1,-
500 amateur pro-event; gathered in
$100 in the Los Angeles open, and
then wound up with $15 in the
motion picture $3,200 match play
affair here.
Golden divided first and second
Augua Caliente money with Von
rElm.

MICHIGAN EDS
IN C.AG S 4COIIN
Besides having the two leadingI
c.'Xers in m i> Ten on its roster,
I e 1931 Wolvermne eunitt ranks I
Lri, t t I Cml mKOrIig xrt a seve? 0
ame tot l of 22 no ins. This total,
) ;riUg 21i vav ;; of 27 3-7 poits
Northwertcrn i f Si average eel-
iu'nn, since hne Will ts have a
rour :ame avewage of 29 points.
th all these narcs, however,
it mu.3t h;' rmemlered that
Ncrthyneskero has playcel only
four~ games to date, and dlat
when they have reached the
seven-game niark their stand-
ing imay be I1atZM.ially changed.
Th same holds true for their
white hope for scoring honors,
RtciY The briliant Purple pivot
man ranks third in individual
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PHI KAPPA SIGMA
HAS STRONG FIVE
Quintet Leads Alabama League
in Inter-Fraternity Cage
Tourney.
By John Thomas
Phi Kappa Sigma has got the
jump on the other teams of the
Alabama league by winning their
first games. The team has improv-
ed in team-work in each encounter
and in the last game they made
nearly 30 points.1
Although the squad contains noi
speed merchants, it has heighth,
but depends upon team-play to. win
their games. Most of the team has
played together for two or more
years and have their system of of-
fense worked out into a clever var-
iety of scoring plays.
Palmer Crawford is starring at
center for this aggregation. He
Formerly starred for three years
at Culver. Breniser guard, also
played at Culver. The forwards are
Hertzog, possibly the better of the
two, and Ruge. Hardy is the re-
maining member of the squad,
playing in the back guard position.
With the exception of "Shorty"
Hertzog, the team averages about
6 feet in heigth.

Fresh Team Defeats Arch-Rivals
by Winning Broad Jimp;
Score 49 to 46.
Amassing a total of 32 points to
nine for their rivals in the five
' .ents cf the day, the Fresh squad
rosed out ihe Frosh ouittit yesterday
il the second ay of their track
and field me'S at w Yost Field
House, scoring a grand total of 49
points as against 46 for the Frosh
aggregation for the two days.
Easily the feature evcnt of the
day was the 380-yard relay in which
Renwick of the Fresh team nosed
out Zahner in a thrilling finish. On
the last pass of the baton Renwick
started out 10 years behind the
flying Zahner, but with a tremen-
dous buist of speed rouiding the
next to the last turn nipped the
Frosh runner at the -gape by inches.
The time for the event was 1:38
breaking the old record for the
year of 1:40.6.
imnil, Murphy.
Immel and Murphy of the Frosh
team won eight points for their
team by taking first and second
places in the high jump with leaps
of 5 feet, 10 inches, and 5 feet, 9
inches respectively. Lamb of the
Fresh took third place. Lassala of
the Frosh cleared 11 feet, 6 inches
to take first honors in the pole
vault with Myers of the Fresh and
Jeppeson of the Frosh tying for
second at 11 feet. Boli of the Fresh
was fourth.
Lassala then made three attempts
to clear 12 feet but failed on each
one. Blumenfeld of the Frosh kept
his team in the running by heaving
the shot 37, feet, 6 inches to take
first place. This toss breaks the
old 1931 record by 11 inches. Sal-
mon of the Fresh and Patrick of
the Frosh placed second and third.
Last Event Decisive.
The Fresh captured the meet in
the last event, the broad jump,
when Myers took first and Murphy
placed third. Northrup won second
place. Myers' winning jump meas-
ured 20 feet, 9 1-4 inches. Northrup
surprised by his showing, having
had little previous experience in
the event.
Coach Kenneth Doherty an-
nounced that another inter-squad
meet will be staged three weeks
after the opening of the second
semester.

George Von Elm, new "business man" golfer, has earned around $8,000 in the last six weeks. Ile is
shown splitting first prize money of the Agua Caliente open with John Golden, Connecticut professional,
and working on his putting, the most difficult problem of his business. Von Elm only recently decided to
turn professional, climaxing a brilliant career as a star in amateur golf circles.

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SEVER AL FIGH TS
CARDED AT MIAMI
Leading Heavyweight Contenders

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GOLF AND SQUASH.
Beginning with the second se-
mester,┬░instruction will be offered
in two additional sports. Coaches
Blott and Courtright of the Varsity
staff will give lessons in squash and
golf respectively at the Intramural
Sports building.
Squash instruction will be offered
on Monday, Wednesday and Friday
from 3 to 4:30 o'clock by Coach
Blott. If the interest warrants, the
classes will be held daily.
Golf classes will last six weeks'
and will be held by Coach Court-
.right at the following hours: Fac-
ulty, on Tuesday and Thursday at
3, and on Monday and Wednesday
at 4; Students, on Monday and
Wednesday at 3, and on Tuesday
and Thursday at 4.
The instruction will be free and
registrants are urged to sign up at
once by phone or visit to the In-
tramural building. The classes will
start with the opening of the sec-
ond semester, but for proper organ-
ization of the classes, all names
should be sent in as soon as pos-
sible.
The addition of these two sports
now makes a total of eight sports
in which expert instruction is of-
fered to students and faculty in
the Intramural Sports building. The
Varsity coaches and assistants have

__ to Box in Southern City.
volunteered help in their respective Miami will be the scene for the
fields. Beginners as well as ad- assembling of the heavyweight box-
vanced players are welcome to ngclan in the latter part of Feb-
these classes. ruary when no less than six of the
Wrestling instruction is offered world's leading behemoths w ill
by Coach Keen daily from 4 to 6 gather there for various and sun-
o'clock. Boxing is offered by Coach dry reasons. Primo Camera, John-
Philbin on Monday, Wednesday, ny Risko, Young Stribling, Jimmy
and Friday afternoons from 4 to 6. Maloney, M a x Schmeling, and
Coach West meets his gymnastics Mickey Walker comprise the list of
on Saturday morning from 10:30 to heavyweight biffers who will go to
12- . the Florida resort.
Coach Johnston practices his Primo Carnera and Jimmy Ma-
fencing squad daily from 4 to 6 loney will tangle March 3 with
o'clock. Swimming is offered by Mickey Walker and Johnny Risko
Assistant C o a c h MacMahon on scheduled to go to the post one
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FRESHMAN TRACK
While freshman track activi-
ties as a team have temporarily
ceased, individuals will still con-
tinue their workouts whenever
possible. Team practice will be
resumed February 16 to prepare
for the third intersquad meet.

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Courtis ................. 3
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