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November 15, 1931 - Image 6

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THE MICHI-CAW -OAWLY

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Harriers Outrun

Wolverines, 19

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BILL IT1O Et

Eliowitz-Who Handles State's Punts

chigan Ace Thkes Early Lcd
Only to Be Outsprinted
in Final Mile.
OLFE FINISHES NINTH
sconsin Runners Press Maize
and Blue to Capture
Next Six Places.
(Speial to ije lDaiy)
ADISON, Wis., Nov. 14-Wis-
sin's well-balanced cross con-
machine mowed down the
verines here today by a 19-36
e. George "Red" Wright stepped
In the last mile to lead Billy
vell to the tape by 100 yards,
ing in a time for the course,
ch was just short of four. miles,
Howell Steps Out Early.
owell, Michigan's ace, early
ped out away from the rest of
teammates and conducted a
onal meet of his own with five /
consin men pressing him all the,
. Wright was able to outsprint
Maize and Blue star to cross
tape first, and six Badgers fol-
ed Howell in, leaving the visit-
the next two places in the first
to finish.
irk who was considered by the
bigan squad as the danger man
the Wisconsin team, finished
for fourth place with Bertrand,
of Wisconsin. This pair, Wright
Cortwright, who took seventh
:e, as the strength of the Badg-
lived up to all expectations by
ring the meet for the home
;n.
Wolfe Finishes Ninth.
hwalbach, Wisconsin, crossed
line third man, while Crummey
Kropp of the Badgers account-
for fifth and sixth places re-
tively. Ostrander and Wolfe for
th and ninth places were the
t Michigan men to finish, leav-
-tenth honors to Vea of Wis-
tzgibbons and Hill of Michigan
hed next in order with Mett,
consin, thirteenth, McManus of
tilgan, fourteenth, and Hors-
of the Badgers squad, fifteenth.
Glen of Michigan was not ere-
d with a place.
Badgers Won Last Year.
he race was run over a fairly
1 course of better than three
a half miles, and the results
shed all efforts of the Wolver-
to avenge 'the defeat given
n by the Badgers last year of
17.
his was the only dual run on
Michigan schedule, a triangular
t having been already run with
ois and Ohio in which the
verines lost to the former but
ed out the latter. Next on the
I for all the Big Ten harriers
be the Conference title 'rin
ch will be held at the Uiniver-
of Iowa this Saturday.
IILADELPHIA, Nov. 14.-()-
nie Mack, manager of the 'Phila-
hia Athletics, announced today
he had obtained Ou felder Ed
eman and Pitcher Joe Browman
n the Portland club of the Paci-
Coast League.
he Athletics turned over to Port-
I outright Catcher Joe Palmi-
and Outfiel ler Jim Moore.
y also sent to Portland on op-
tOutfielder "Louis VFinpey, n-
ler FrankHiggins and Pitchers
k McDonald and James Peter-

HOSIERS FAVOR-ED
Wlsconmzn Rates Ciose Second
in Field for Conference
Run at Iowa City.
(eO KU to T il l ady)
IOWA CITY, Nov. 14. -Indiana
ann Wi-consin, monopolizers of
Western conference cross country
championships for the past seven
years. are outstand ing favor te; for
the 1931 title when tie ten toe m
taco at thfe.University o cf low .Nov. f
21.
Have Four Veterans.
The H3osicrj. champions for the
last three seasons, have four mem-
bers ~of the 1939 quintet ready, in-
cluding Capt. Harry Brocksmith,
runner -up for the individual title.
Wisconsin is equipped with three
veterans.
Fromn1924 to 1928, Wisconsin was
the champion, Coach Tom Jones'
men in 1926 scoring 34 points, the
best team performance in fifteen
years. But Indiana broke the reign
of the Badgers in 1 28, with 72
points, and improved upon the feat
a year later, with a 36-point total.
Last fall 51 points won for Indi-
ana, Wisconsin's 64 points forcing
the Badgers to second place.
Badgers Lead Title-i(olders.
The conference harrier run be-
gan in 1908 and until 1926 also was
open to non-conference institu-
tions. Iowa State college won three
championships and 'Nebraska one,
but the all-time record shows Wis-
consin with eight) wins, Indiana
with three, Minnesota, two; and
one each for Illinois, Michigan,
Ohio State and Purdue.
Sixty runners will face the start-
er next Saturday and will trudge
over the four-mile hilly course on
Kinkbine field. Illinois, Michigan,
and Minnesota are expected to pro-
vide the greatest amount of compe-
tition for the Hoosiers and Badgers.
NOTICE
Interfraternity Swimming and
Water - Polo contests w i Ibe
postponed a few days owing to
open houses. Schedules are be-
ing made up and will be sent to
various houses by the middle of
next week.
Lew Fonseca, new manager o
the -Chicago White Sox, has played
under six big league managers.

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- By John Ti-oms Monne1tt.
Michigan came cut:: t e fel d in Jack Qsn g averaged 2 and
the second half with either silk or ' /4 secos , vo eli ,punl,
v ater-poof pants and fra iJs C: utns t the : thbll
while State reappeared i the same . . . O .- - - .
outfits in which they ended the tine it 4OSC i h p . EYo-
half. witz ujsci 2 second when .be
State u e.l their -1 0snt ru.ei but cutthis;
team again without bstown to 1 3seconds
ing a s nge player. Coac Kipkc "en he vas kicking near his
sent in Kowalik, Cant.-i! _nd oalyl ne.
Wistert in the last three mmn- " ' _,on was on the bot-
utzs of the first haL1 I-C how-- tm of every pile-up When a State
ever, wa the lmit of01, M iz gu cs on the iine of sri -
and !Lue changes. (i dsmith m g. Stvte's fast baCks gave tICh-
wvarnmcd up beore Peto' ey 'gan's tackles and ends one of theIr
was sent back to attempt a brsiest days. However, the plays
place kcthe Lac t enw '_moudPtroskcy's End 1were
altered into Jack estan circl- reduced to a minimum as early inX
ing tde e ad and Goldsmi h was the game he tossed Monnett fqr a
net sent in. j e-yariJ Les. This and on other
Eliowitz played the whole gam e s tional stop determined State's
for State, offensively, last year. Abe ihnic against trying the Saginaw
inadvertently broke Hewitt's ankle youth any more. Instead they sliced
last year. Yesterday he was the (Contined on Page 7)
most valuable player for the Spar- -_
tans with his long kicks and de- Hughes, Holley and Cochrane,
fensive tactics. His total of yardage outstanding backs at Alabama,
gained from the line of scrimmage played football together 'in high
is 16 yards less than the far-famedschool.

:FEE THROUGH THE RAIN

Eob Clark. Varsity tennis ,:tar.
has been placed fifth in -the City
of Chicago rankings that are re-
leased every year. Since these are
of ion-e importance in ths clay
ccur world, the Wolverine has at-
tained an enviable position in his
sport.
George Jennings, who won the
Municipal Clay Courts champion-
ship for the past two years, was
first. Scott Rexinger, former Uni-
versity of Chicago star and Big
Ten title holder, was second. Third
came George O'Connell, who barn-
stormed with Jennings tourna-
ments in Michigan this year with
singular succe ,s. Edward LeJack,
past holder of the city title, was
fourth.
Bob Clark as fifth evidently' won
over Gordon Brawdt, well known-
player in the Middle West and a.
fellow barnstormer of Jennings and
O'Connell. This thibute to Bob's
playing is no more than justified
if his performance at Michigan-
may be taken as evidence

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Abe Eliowitz, Spartan fullback, who did an excellent job of handling
the puntidg duties for State and in addition gained quite a considerable
amount of yardage against the Wolverines. The big back was also an
outstanding player in the defensive department of the game.
VETERAN SQUAD MAKES MONTREAL
MAROONS CONTENDERS FOR TITLE

THE POPULAR INDOOR GAME

COMPLETE SETS - BALLS-PADDLES TABLES

Team Has Abundance of Talent
for Forward Positions.
By Fred A. Huber
With a heavy squad of experi-
enced players, the Montreal Ma-
roons, under the leadership of their
new manager, Sprague Cleghorn,
bid fair to develop a team far su-
perior to the 1930 sextet. Many of
the younger players who served
their first season a year ago are
far better for the experience, and
a steady second wall is promised.
In addition a number of youthful

ing manager of last year, has been
transferred to the Montreal Cana-E
diens and Lionel Conacher, the
"Big Train," was a holdout at last
reports. Archie Wilcox, whose first
season, 1931, was a good one is
slated for one job and Conacher
for the other regular postions, if he
gives up his aspirations to become
a wrestler.
Slated for Second Posts.
Johnny Gallegher and Dave Mc-
Vicar, reserves of last year are
again slated for the second1ary posi-
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stars, led by Earl Robinson, former-
ly of Windsor and high scorer of
Tihe International league last year,
and Lorne Duguid. also of the Bull-
dogs., who played a fine game in
his first year of professional hockey
last season, are in the lineup.
Veteran Front Line.
The veteran forward line of Nels
Stewart, Iooly Smith and Babe
Seibert, are again on hand and are
bduid tobe a deciding factor in
the fate of the club, while the sec-
ond line, composed of Dave Trot-
tier, Jimmy Ward and Ealdy North-
cott are far better for a season's
play together. A third line will be
selected out of a number of candi-
dates most of whom saw some serv-
ice with the Maroons and some
work with the Windsor club, Mon-
treal's player farm, last year. Rob-
inson and Duguid, the two new-
comers appear to be two of the
outstanding prospects. The other
men include the Roche brothers,
'Ed and Desse, Jimmy Huggins and
Doe Haynes.
The defense group includes main-
ly younger men. Dunc Munro, play-

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