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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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IWERSE LEAVES
[IA COACHINC -,JOB[
ident and Alumni Criticism
prompts Hawkeye Mentor to
Tender Resignation.
nother Western Conference foot-
I coach has felt the force of cri-.
ism from supporters of the Uni-I
sity. This coach is Burton A.
wersen of Iowa, who yesterday
orally tendered his resignation
Dr. E. H. Lauer, director of ath-
cs, and the athletic board.
owa makes the second Big Ten
.o that has made a change in
ir head football mentor. At Min-.
ota, Fritz Crisler has become di-
for of athletics, his place being
en by Bernie Bierman, forimer-
at Tulane. At Wisconsin, Glenn
stlethwatite is also under fire
l may go the way of Crisler and
wersen.
nggwersen came to Iowa as head
ch in 1924 from the University
Illinois, where *he had been a
tackle in his student days, es-
ially in 1919. Since he has as-.
Zed the coaching reins, Iowa has
t 33 games, lost 27 and tied 4.
the conference, he has made a
paritively poor record, losingl
as compared to 11 wins. Thiss
r, his most disastrous, thet

CINDER TEAM ROUNDS INTO FORM
AS VACATION REST PERIOD NEARS
Trackmen in Excellent Physical Condition
for Early Season Workouts.

IILL HULB PBESLJ
I J MTTLEJ
Publications Wil! Vie in Court
Tournament This Year;
Rivalry Strong.
Rivalry between the publications
on the basketball court will be set-
tled in tournament form this year
if the Intramural's new All-Campus

With the Yuletide vacation near'
at hand, the track men are closing
a pre-season training session in the !
best possbie physical condition,
Coach Charles Hoyt stated yester-
day after sending his candidates
through an easy round of time
trials on the Yost Field house cin-
der oval. The thinclads have not
been pushed for better times as yet,
stressing only light drills to get in-
to condition for the indoor track
season which gets under way late
in February.
Three sprint stars are going to
have to fight it out for first honors
- cn the Michigan,
Varsity to g a i n
the position oc-
cupied by Eddie
Tolan last year it
appears, for Jack
..... C a m p bell, run-
ning mate of the
Negro flash in
p a s t seasons, is
being hard push-
Campbell ed by both Lamb
and Renwick. The three have .t-
tle to choose between them as far
as speed. is concerned. Renwick is
the cream of last year's frosh

at least equal to that of last sea-
son, for Hawley Egleston, premier
hurdler of 1931, is back again and
is showing some improvement.
HOaee, however, has shown the
mos outstanding improvement ac-
cording to Coach Hoyt, and is
pushing his leader to the limit to
retain his laurels. Jackson, too, is

back in his track shoes and has meet goes througA as planned. This
been clicking over the uprights in new feature of the winter card has
great form. never been tried before but the
Half-milers, led by Ned Turner, spirit that exists every year on this
veteran 880 man of last season, subject, at least between The Daily
rounded the field house oval in 2:05 and Ensian staffs, should put it1
yesterday. Lemen was close behind over with a bang.
him while Braden took an easy The plans for this tournamenta
%third place. Turner is another syer- call for entries by the various stu-_
tai point winner for the Wolves dent organizations on the campus
this season, all of which should be such as the Michigan Union, Lane
an easy matter if he can at least Hall, Wesley Hall, The Daily, Gar-
maintain his form of last season, goyle, and Ensian. A regular card
which was far from mediocre. will be drawn up and appropriate
awards will be made to the final
The distance men were served winners. Entries. should be made1
sort of a holiday, with their part before the holidays.
of the, festivities being a meager Two teams w l probably be en-
half-mile jaunt around the field terem heDily sinablyhe pt-
house. Harm Wolfe, Wolverine mil- ered by The Daily since the Sports
firtoo th haf i 2:6 flloed taffs and the Editorial group have It
br, took the half n 2:06 followed clashed in years past; and no recon- I
by Howell, Childs and Younger. ciliation would be considered by
Howell is looked upon to repeat hisciitid ioderconsiee
performances in the harrier events either side in order to make on
by taking over all competition in team'between them.
the two-mile, a feat which would A peach orchard that covers 401
emulate that of Perry Austin last square miles is situated near Ham-
s a m l inlet, N . C .
year. the field events, Humphrey is
holding the honors thus far in the
pole vault with a mark of 12 feet'
closely seconded by Reynolds.
The Rev. W. B. Polacczyk, priest L(r2 LOW e MR
of Menasha, Wis., raises hundreds__
of tropical fish as a hobby.
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NEW YORK 1-HOCKEY CLUBS LEADING
NIRESPECTIVE MAJOR ICE CIRCUITS
Rangers Hold Margin in Ameri- front wall was materially streng-
can League; Americans Top thened at the outset of- the season,
International Loop. the scoring power of the Hub sex-
tet. hasn't made itself showin.
Both New York hockey teams are The great forward line of the
sharing honors in' the National Rangers has done much to keep
League with the race one quarter them on top. Frank Boucher, at
over, the Rangers' topping the' center, flanked by Bill and Bun
American division have a comfor- Cock have made themselves into
table margin, while the Americans, hockey s greatest scoring trio. The
heading the International division, ,defense of the New Yprk squad is
hold their advantae by a bare only adequate. Chicago is playing
point. effective hockey and is at the mo_
Probably the biggest upset of the ment in second place. The Detroit
season is the failure of the Boston Falcons, with a revamped teim, are
Bruins to find themselves. The hanging on the heels of the Bruin3.
Bruins, usually are contenders for Failure of Ebbie Goodfellow, the
top honors but this season they Red-and-White's great center, to
have fallen to third place, Just a reach his 1933 form has retarded
step above the tail-end Detroit Fal- them greatly.'
cons. The Bruins have never reach- In the International division thel
ed their full force. Although their championship Montreal Canadiens
are as dangerous as ever and the
d surprising New York Americans are
Fwaging a hard battle for top hon-
Squash Stars to Play ors. The Canadians look Like a fair
prospect to retain the Stanley Cup,
Faculty and student squash play- won a year ago. Experience, a fight-
ers will tangle tomorrow at 4:30 in ing heart, and elimination of the
a series of matches to determine dissention that has always marked
the better players on the campus their play are the chief factors in
that may be used in making up the fine performance of the Red-
resters for the out-oftown games White-and-Blue athletes.
of the future. Sprague Cleghorn has not gotten
The faculty squad includes An- his Montreal Maroons to clocking
gell, Vick, Riskey, Blott, James, as yet, but they are almost certain
Nichues, Smith, Blackett, and Mann to make a late bid for a play-off
playing Wilson, Reindell, Stanton, place. Toronto is roosting in third
Nelson, D e o, Hinchman, Fiske, position with their large squad idea
Westover, and Dort respectively. apparently having been abandoned-

ILL B EL O

Eiminamion 1eries1
Tournament Will

Tomorrow.

Because of the large number o
entries, the elimination series of the
Novice Boxing tournament will be
continued tomorrow under the di-
rection of Coach Let Philbin. The
finalists in the tournament will.o
meet at 7:30 next Wednesday night
in the boxing room of the Intra-
mural building.
Five men remain in the welter-
weigl t division, Salas, D e c k e r,
Isaacs, Burgturf, and Beam who
will fight it out Monday for the two
finalist positions. Nelson and Morti-
i'ner fought to a draw in the light-
weight semi-finals and will be re-
matched in order to select the win-
ner to met Ver Burg on Wednes-
day night's card-
Van Vleck and Cole will fight for
the honor of meeting Fleker in the
middleweight division. Rumler and
Kirby have outclassed all opposition
in the light-heavyweight class and
will provide one of the feature
bouts in the finals of the Novice
tournament.
The other finalists were chosen
last Friday and Saturday for the
Novice bouts. The selection was of
an informal nature as the fighters
(ContInued om Page 7')

in Novice
Continue

keyes won only one game, from j squad, but has only one more sea-
ge Washington by a 7 to 0 son to run. The best time turned in
e. In the other seven games yesterday was a :05.6 for the 50-
did not score a single point, yard step. Rush is also competing
e their opponents run up 138 with the sprinters.
nst them. In the conference The quarter-milers, Russell, Glad-
were defeated by Minnesota, ing and Allen, are stepping out in
0, by Purdue, 22 to 0, by North- midseason form and Glading turn-
,e, 19 to 0. and by Chicago, ed in a ,time of :52.4 to take. a first
0. The only redeeming game in yesterday's trials 4It is this trio
the 0 to 0 tie with Indiana. that must come through with some
nsequently the pressure brought badly needed points this season if
ear by newspapers alumni, and Michigan is to retain its honors on
ent body forced the former Il- the indoor track. Russell, captain
s athlete to tender his resigna- of the 1932 team, is counted on to
He gave as his reason the come through in the 440 as well as
-that he did not care to have leading a championship mile relay
cism of his work voiced by out-, team to another win.
's. Ingwersen's resignation will When it comes to the timber top-
effect at the end of the pres- pers, Michigan is assured of talent
season, September 1, 1932, but -_T
e is considering offers from two
x institutions, he will prob- HG R D
ask to be relieved before that HIGH GRADE R
. The Iowa board have stated
they have not yet considered Diamonds, Watcht
mne for the vacated position, as
had expected to retain Ing-

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