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SHE MICHIGAN DAILY

T WRESTLING
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Helliwell Defeats Mortimer
Capture Title in 135
Pound Division.
(Continued from Page 6)

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ponent.
At 155 pounds Art Mosier gained
a decision over Kasabach. Mosier
almost had Kasabach pinned sev-
eral times but his opponent put up?
a great fight and worked his way
out each time.-
Landwehr Wins.
Ed Landwehr, another of the
freshman contingent and who hails
from Holland, received a great ova-
tion when he won by a fall over
Anderson in the 145-pound class.
There was a large group of Land-
wehr's followers in the stands and
they all gave him a big hand as
he emerged from the ring. Ander-
son put up a good scrap but the
plucky yearling would not be beat-
Another fall was scored in the
135-pound bout with Helliwell pin-
ning Mortimer in four minutes. The
two grapplers went at it with plen-
ty of fight but Helliwell made the
most of every opportunity and put
it on Mortimer in short order.
"Oakey Defeats utta.
Joe Oakley, the plucky little soph-
omore from Poland, Ohio, tried
time and time again to put it on
Jack Sutta in the 126-pound match
but each time Sutta broke his hold.
Oakley went after Sutta in an at-
tempt to finish it in quick fashion,
but his opponent had no desire to
lose by a fall. Oakley won the bout
with a time advantage of 4 minutes.
In the opening match on the card,
Johan Teziera of Hawaii gained a
decsion over Jim Landrum at 118
pounds. Both little men showed lots
of fght but Landrum when he did
beak out of the Hawaiian's holds
met with tough luck in attempting
to use an arm grab on Texiera, and
the little Hawaiian fell right on
him at every opportunity.
WOLVERINE FIVE
TO HAVE ACTION
(Continued from Page 6)
offense against the Ohio team.
Shaw and Williamson, sharing
the guard duties between them,
were decidedly stronger in the State
game than they were against West-
ern State Teachers in the first game
of the year. The Spartans were able
to seore only onedieldgoL against
this pair, although this was due in
a large part to their inability to
hit the hoop on their numerous
shots during the first half.
Defensively the team this season
has been fairly strong, although
several rough edges must be ironed
out before they will be ready for
C nference competition. On the
offense, however, the play has not
beenas smooth as it should be. The
Maize and Blue forwards have been
slow in breaking the opponents'
basket, but when they did break,
it has been before an organized
offensive could be started.
Should the Michigan quintet suc-
ceed in piling up a substantial lead
over the Mounts tomorrow night, it
is likely that several of the new-
conmers to the team will again be
given a chance to show what they
have in the way of talent. Against
Michigan State several of the sub-
stitutes perforred for a few mo-
ments and succeeded in scoring
several points against the tired
Spartan defense.

MURA-L FALL CARD
ALMOST FNISHED
13 Events Have Been Finished
and Remainder Are Well
Advanced to Date.
By Charles A. Sanford
Christmas holidays come with a
welcome respite of a couple weeks
of vacation, and the Intramural
Department can look back on a
successful fall calendar and for-
ward to their prospectiv winter
sports card. No less than 13 events
have already been run off this year
and a new set of title holde:'s have
been set up.
Speedball honors and cup hav
been won by Alpha Kappa Lambd
for their third straight year as thr
result of d'fine season of high scores
in their favor. On the fraternit
card also Delta Alpha Epsilon ha
advar'ed to the finals of the dou-
ble-elimination volley ball card
standing on the side that has not
yet suffered a defeat. On the other
side of this meetdseveral games are
yet to be played before the final
cup is awarded.
Pi K. A. Wins Swimming..
When the fraternity cross coun-
try was held Pi Kappa Alpha came
through for first honors and the
trophy, while Sigma Phi's grappling
squad went through the fraternity
wrestling card to a championship.
Dual swimming, water polo, and
handball of the fal card for fra-
ternities are well advanced and will
be epmpleted after the holidays.
Two tennis events were held this
fall. In the regular All-Campus
tournament Siegel defeated Pendell
in the finals for the crown, while
Bob Clarke of the Varsity came out
on top in the new Invitational Ten-?
nis meet initiated this year by
Coach Johnstone. McFarlane was
runner-up in this.
Fisher Wins Golf Title.
The second and third flights of]
All-Campus golf were run by the
Department and the honors in each
were captured by Johnny Fisher,
his second consecutive title, and
Meneffe in a pair of stirring final
rounds of excellent golf.
Three cross country events were
held besides the fraternity harrier
event; the Armlistice Day Run, the+
All-Campus, and the Independent
guns. The first named was taken
by Conger in a slow race, while Mc-
Millan crossed the finish line first
in the All-Campus. In the Inde-
pendent race however, a new record
was hung up by Potchynok, who
crossed the tape at 15:43.
Kanti Trophy Awarded.
The All-Campus squad won the
soccer title and the fine Kanti tro-
phy offtered this y ar; and the Dark
Horses, independent team, emerged;
victorious in the Tag Football tour-
ney, another new number on this
year's card.
The last event run off was the
annual Inter-Class Boxing show
Wednesday night. John Kirby was
given a technical knockout over
Hugh Rumler for the light-heavy-
weight title; Bollock easily won the
heavyweight cup; Hertric outpoint-'
ed Wolfe in the bantamweight di-
vision; Verburg won the referee's
decision for the lightweight title;
Salas topped the welterweights;
and Felker stands ace-high in the
middleweight class.
Basketball looms most important
right after Christmas and the In-
tramural Department will be draw-
ing up the various fraternity, inde-
pendent, and All-Campus cards so
that play can start January 6. .
George Saling, star hurdler, has
been chosen captain of the Univer-
sity of Iowa's 1932 track and field
team.

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HA KEYE ATHL[ETE
PLAYS BALL; TRACK1
Baseball Captain Finds Javelin-
Throwing Meets Conflict
With Diamond Schedule.
(Spe al to 'Th, Daily)
IOWA CITY, Dec. 17.-Elme Nel-
son, captain of the University ofI
Iowa's 1932 baseball team, is plan-'
ning a spring career as a catcher
and a javelin thrower for the third
succeysive year.
Withabout a week's drill, he was
runner-up for the National Col-
legiate javelin title last June and
placed in the state, coftference, and
National A. A. U. championships.
He also won points in three meets.
in his sophomore year.
Games, Meets Conflict.
But now he cannot figure how1
he can compete in the Drake re-'
lay's April 29 and 30 when his base-
ball team is scheduled to play at
East Lansing, Mich., or in the Big
Ten championships of May 20 and
21 with the nine at South Bend.
The state meet will not offer such
an obstacle, if the affair is held in
Des Moines at night. Nelson and
his javelin will be rushed to the
scene of combat as soon as the last
batter is out in the ninth inning
of the Minnesota-Iowa ball game
at Iowa City-a plan which was suc-,
cessful last spring.
To Enter June Meets. j
June meets, the National Colle-
giate A. A. championships in Chi-
cago and the Midwestern section-
al clympic trials here, will give the
Iowan a chance to hurl his javelin
without worrying about his baseball
team. He succeeded 201 feet last
spring.
It appears that Nelson will finish
his university career in June withC
eight major letters and a minor
award, more major insignia than
an Iowan has won since Aubrey
Devine took nine between 1919 and
1922.
The smallest attendance at a Big
Ten basketball game last season
was 5,000.

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PLAYTONIGHT - I
Purdue to Meet Pitt; IllinoisO
to Battle Miami.
(Continued from Page 6) Pucksters Will Battle Canadian
Missourians, with Rieff leading the Team in Third Big Game
attack. This is Northwestern's see- January 4.
ond practice game of the week as
they met a picked Knights of Cc- Michigan's hockey team will face
lumbus team last night in the Chi- their third major opponent of the
cago stadium for the benefit of the season when they face the Ontar-
rel nother game will be held i the Agricultural College sexteton
"Wndyty" gmewih Cehicagoin ag- the Michigan rink, Monday, Jan-1
Wing Western State Teachers College. uary 4th, the evening school is re-
The Teachers will probably present sumed.
the same lineup that faced Miehn- The game will be third one this
gan and Olivet with the possible season played between the Wolver-
exception of Hanna, sophomore for- me pucksters and Canadian op-
ward. Hanna failed to keep in the ponents. The game will of course
open against either of these teams be played partially under the rules
and his place may be taken by of American amateur hockey and
Pugno. partly under Canadian rules. The
Igoch Me ell's Witwo teams played last season when
Coach Wae isconsin quin- the Canadian sextet came dowr┬▒
tet showed plenty of power in de-heCain sexeteaedbyn
feating Pitt earlier in the week by here only to be defeated by the
a 30 to 29 score, and will have an- overwhelming store of 8 to 1. This
other battle on their hands Satur- game will possibly be the last be-
day henthey meet Marquette uni fore the team swings into the regu-'
day when un -lar conference season against Wis-.
In the other Big Ten game, I wa consin and Minnesota.
will attempt to win their first gme
of the season against the Corn- N. C. J. Gilbert, Louisiana Tech
huskers of Nebraska. Iowa has lost quarterback, scored 13 touchdowns
both openers because of last minute and eight points after touchdowns
spurts by Bradley and Carleton, the during the season.
opponents. Coach Rollie Williams ~_-
is attempting to provide the Iow-
ans with a defense that can pro-
tect a lead until the final whistle.
This is the first time Nebraska has
come to Iowa City in 23 years. Dur-
ing vacation the Iowa quintet will
meet Drake.

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