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Invaders Bring Well-Balanced
Aggregation; Last Series
for Tommy Courtis.
Michigan's puck team, back homc
to stay after its recent succession
.of trips to Milwaukee, Madison, and
Minneapolis, will swing into action
at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the Cohi-
seum against one of the best col-
lege sextets in the country, Mar-
quette.
The clash tonight will be - ;the
first of a two-game series, the sec-'
Ond contest of which will be played
here tomorrow night. Michigan will
be seeking revenge in these battles
for the 4-2 beating that it took at
the hands of the Hilltoppers at
Milwaukee three weeks ago, .when,
.after a close battle throughout the!
regulation time, lhe Marquette
team was able to push a pair of
goals into the net in an overtime
period.

Result : of the dual swimming
meets in the inter-fraternity cor-
petiticn were very satisfactory from,
the standpoint of the Intramural'
department. The teams were well
balanced, and the members turnedt
(u. full of enthusiasm.
The season opened on TrTenber
11 and extended to Janu::. 21, on
which date the final meet as held
to decide the championship, which
went to Phi Kappa Psi for the third
cowsocutive year. In capturing the
title the winners defeated Alphal
Kappa Lambda in the finals.
Thirty Teams Ccnpete.
iThirty-nine team-,s were included'
in the first draw and of this num-
ber nine forfeited thus giving en-
trance points to thirty fraternities.-
Two new records were hung up3
during the season, both going t
'hcta Chi. Hartwell bettered the
25-yard breast stroke mark by one-
fifth of a second, setting the new
time of :14.6. Robinson, Sigma Al-
pha Mu, :established the old mark in
1928. Theta Chi's relay team also
chalked up a new record in the 100-
yard relay, negotiating the distance
in 49 seconds fiat. Miller, Williams,
Townsend, and Hartwell composed
the record breaking team. The old
mark had stood since 1928 when
Phi Kappa Psi covered the 100
yards in :49.6.
Records To Date.
The records to date are 25-yard
free style, :10.8, Montague, Alpha
Delta Phi, 1928;25-yard breast
stroke, :14.6, Hartwell, Theta Chi,
1930; 25-yard back stroke, :13.8,
Crego,2Theta Chi, and Gale, Theta
Xi, 1928; 100-yard relay, :49, Theta
Chi, 1930; Diving, 36 points, Max-
ian, Xi Psi Phi, 1928.1

Same Line-up.
Coach Eddie Lowrey will send :the
Wolverine's strongest team onto the
ice tonight to combat the. Wiscon-
sin aggregation. Keith Crossman
will hold down the center position,
with Emmy Reid, Michigan's lead-
.ing scorer, and Tommy Courtis at
the wings. Bill Williams and Tom
Prouse will start at the defense
posts, while Jack Tompkins will
take care of the goalie's tasks. As
reserves Michigan will have Cap-
tain Schlanderer and Sindles, wings,
and Hildner, defense.
Although Marquette's two §tars
of last~ year, McFayden and ,Mc-
Kenzie, have graduated to the pro-
fessional ranks, the Hilltoppers. will
display another strong team to
Michigan fans. This year's outfit,
while lacking the individual stars
thcat were present on last year's
team, is a better balanced sextet,
depending for its strength on team
play. Each man on the squad has
had considerable exerience, many
of the players on the team coming
from Canadla where they starred in
amateur circles.
Hilltoppers Use Strongest Six.
The sextet that will probably
start for Marquette will consist of
Captain Schultz in the nets, an-
other McFayden and Peterson at
the defense posts, Furlong at cen-
ter, and Nicholson and Elnes at the
wings. As spares Coach Hancock
will have McCann, Wettlaufer,
Dunphy, MacDonald, Baier, Nielson,1
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West Will Send First Tumbling Varsity, Jayvee Court Squads
Team Michigan Ever Had Combine for Full-Length
Against Ohio State. Practice Encounter.
Michigan will be entered in a cgsVrsybctball
new sport of Big Ten competition /uhd sn gre - i paitblt
for the first time Friday night when I:ractice period yesrday after-
Coach Bill West will match his out- racticupeo yestdy Mnte
fit of tumblers and gynuasts with halves of scrimmape withthy mJun-
a Buckeye team which is coming ihrValityv f cmallers All of the
here for the engagement. The same players wr ked Ant th Ble
evening will also witness the Con- anr Wie winedurin the Be
ference opener r Coach John and White lineups during the ses-
fe ncte ' ec inor Coawch Johnssion which the latter carried off in
Johnstonec's fens mgr staff which will
also provide epposition for the Ohio r ;.r the matter of total points scored
State representatives. in each period.
Makeip and quality of the Va.- The Whites however could not
sity gymnastic team is an unknown-- claim the superiority of play for the
quantity thus far. Due to the fact ...c.tire workout, a fthe B'ue
that this is the first year of con- JHNN EVES m puoa
petition in this spo t, Coach West'-.mcnux
has had to build a team from al- first half, although they came out
most inexperienced material, and1 Who will probaiy guard the key- on the short end o a 17-15 score.
very few of the men have ever had stone sack this year for George- Their handling of ,-,he ball was bet-
any rel competition. How far they? town University, is the son of John ter than that of the Whites and
can go in the Cpnference battle re- Evers, member of the famous Tin- they worke the leather down into
mins to be seen. easy scoring distance more consis-
Wtih the entrance of Michigan ker to Evers to Chance combina- tently. But with their ability to
into this field only two schools re- tion. take the ball down the court they
main outside the Conference fold ------- ---did not combine the accuracy in
in the sport although Purdue has d sSGr sinking their shots, missing a lot
dropped the sport for this year. of attempts that should have been
Northwestern and Indiana have not Interest in ArChery good.
adopted the sport for its calendar ----- Weiss and Petrie as forwards,
as yet. Michigan will meet all the Under the tutelage of Dr. Lyman, Daniels at center, and Ricketts and
other Big Ten schools except Iowa. of the University Health Service, Williamson, guards played for the
Coach West will pick his team nany students are taking a great Blues the first period. Hank, the
from among the following: Schill-dt diminuitive veteran, and Ivan Wil-
ing, H. Steinberg, A. Steinberg, deal of interest in Intramural arch- liaeson accounted for four points
Parker, Goldsmith, Hanna, and ery. Instruction in the art of han- apiece to lead their team the oth-
Decker. All of these have shown duing the bow and arrow is given ers adding seven more for their
considerable development in the each Sunday afternoon in Yost share of the score. Root and Hud-
past few weeks. son forwards, Garner at center, and
The Buckeyes have also been Field house. O'Neill and Shaw paired as guards
having their troubles as far as ma- Last Sunday in addition to the made up the White team. Root
terial goes. Coach Staley has a few students a group of archers from took the scoring honors with seven
veterans: Adrian who works on the out in the state participated in an points but their lanky center was
(Continued on Page L U i) informal match. (Continued on Page 7)

George Owen,
Who is a former gridiron star for Harvard, is now holding down
a defense job for the Boston Bruins, professional hockey champions of
the world. Owens is used in a substitute role to replace Ernie Shore and
Lionel Hiteliman, famous defensemen.
STUDENT MANAGERS PLAY VITAL
PART IN INTRAMURAL ACTIVITY,

A great deal of credit for the
management of the Intramural ac-
tivities must go to the student man-
agers connected with the depart-
ment. Upon this group of 17 men
fall many different kinds of re-
sponsibilities.
The managers are called upon to
notify teams and individuals of
contests, send out and record en-
-tries, draw up schedules, officiate
games and meets, supply equip-
ment, interpret rules, teach games,
reserve courts, address communica-
tions, check health cards, guide
parties through the building, and

a host of other things.
Keith Bennett and Tom Prouse,
the two senior managers, started
in as Freshmen and both of these
men are well versed in the various
phases of intramural work. Two of
the junior managers, Ervin Markus,
Robert Clarke, Sid Davidow, and
Martin Rendleman, are in line for
promotion to the senior positions
for next year.
There are six sop:iomore men on
the managerial staff including Cliff
Friend, Leo Goodman, Louis Heide-
man, Jerry Cohn; Ray Esierman,
and M. A. Cohen.

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