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THE MICHICAN DAILY

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Stellar Goalie and Veteran Defense Men
Give Boston Hockey Team Fine Back Wall

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WALKER REFUSES
STRIBLING FIGHT
Schmeling Would Like to Meet
Mickey in Bout Soon.

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Pre-season reports points to the
Boston Bruins as having the best
defensive team in the American
Division of the National Hockey.
With Tiny Thompson, star goalie,
between the posts and the hard-
hitting Eddie "Shining" Shore, and
the veteran Lionel Hitchman out in
front of him there is no doubt of
the power of the Bruins' back wall.
For spares in the defense posi-
tiorn are George Owen, former Har-
vard star, who played a bang-up
game in 1930, and Joe Jerwa, rugged
youngster from the Pacific Coast.
Jerwa had a tryout last year with
the Rangers but failed to show
much power, however .swen,in his
profession debut two seasons ago,
had just such a beginning.
Weiland to Play Center.
Cooney Weiland will probably be
first string center with Dit Clapper
and Red Beattie flanking him.
Beattie came to Boston in mid-
season last yea. direct from the
professional ranks and instantly
began to play a strong game. Gain-
or, who for the past two terms has
paired up with Weiland and Clap-
per was recently traded to the New
York Rangers.
The seasoned veteran, Harry Oli-
ver, will play one wing on the sec-
ond line, with Marty Barry, steady
center-ice man, and Art Chapman,
one season old, completing the
trio. Bill Touhey, secured when the
Ottawa team dissolved is assured of
one position in the third set of for-
wards. Frank Jerwa, brother of
young Joe Jerwa, defense man, and
Bud Cook, younger brother of Bill
and Bun Cook, New York's star!

Have Western Rookies. NEW YORK, Nov. 7.-(AP)-Mic-
Other candidates of note are key Walker, the pride of Rumson,
three young men from the West N. J., had decided he'd prefer not
thre youg mn frm th Wetot tangle with Young Stribling, at
Coast: Joe Filkin; Red Conn; and least not until after he has hada
Joe McGoldrick. Waino Koski, star "shot' 'at Max Schmeling's heavy-
defenseman with Duluth in the weight championship.
American Association, has report- N~egotiations for a match between
Stribling and Walker in Madison
ed. A "David and Goliath" combi- Square Garden, on Dec. 11, ended
nation has been found in Rave abruptly yesterday when Walker's
Downie, 130-pound youngster from manager, Jack Kearns, declined to
out west and Jock Houbergs, 220- consider the match at this time.
pound defense man. Walker expects to sign for a
Art Ross, Boston coach is com- match with Schmeling soon, the
mencing his eighth year with the bout to take place either in Miami,
squad, and his team will be strong Fla., Los Angeles or Atlantic City.
contender to annex their fifth con- Schmeling has indicated that he
secutive division champiohship. would like to meet Walker, who re-
cently held Jack Sharkey to a draw.
Fraternity Seedball MOUATHLETIC
Play Goes to Finals MOUND STAR DIES
Final play in the inter-fraternity CONWAY, Mass., Nov. 7.-(JP)-
spmedball tournament is scheduled ) Happy Jack CheĀ§bro, famous spit-,

forwards, now lead in the race for
the other positions. Cook had a
tryout with the Canadiens in 193fl

1,27-30
WINS SQCGER GAME
South Americans, Handicapped
by Injuries, Defeated by
4 to 1 Score.
Playing before a comparatively
small crowd yesterday the All-
Campus soccer team defeated the
South American eleven, 4 goals to
1, thereby gaining the first game in
the three-game series to decide the
Intramural soccer championship.
The South American squad en-
tered the game handicapped by the
loss of two men due to injuries,
thus being at a disadvantage. Le-
page, star right inside forward, was
unaple to start the game due to a
broken finger which he received in
a wrestling match. However, h^
entered the game in the second
period and scored the only goal.
made by the Spanish team.
The All-Campus eleven won the
toss and decided to kick with the
wind. Sidhu, captain and center
halfback, kicked to the South
American goalee, who was pushed
over the goal with the ball in his
arms, giving the All-Campus con-
tingent a score in the first minute
of play. Furgeson, center forward,
scored the second All-Campus score
in the middle of the first half when
he kicked from directly in front
of the goal.
In the second half, the South
American group was caught fouling
by referee John Johnstone, the All-
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to take place Monday and Wednes-!
day afternoons. The teams now
playing are the remaining members
of the group of league winners that
was decided last week. Play began
on Thursday and Friday.
Alpha Kappga Lambda is un-
doubtedly the strongest team left
in the field and should walk3
through another championship in
this event. Their league champion-
ship was won by four straight wins
and they are yet undefeated.

ball pitcher who gained the pin-
nacle of baseball's heights a gener-
ation back, died yesterday at his
chicken farm in the heart of the
Berkshire hills where he learned
the game he played so well.
A heart attack brought death to
the 56-year-old spitball hurler.
Happy Jack was a native of
Forth Adams. He was developed
on the sandlots of western Massa-
chusetts and he gained his first ex-
perience in organized baseball with
the old Springfield club.

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