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1932

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FA CE WOilLVERINESI
IN OPENING CLASH
Old Foes Pry Off Big Ten Lid
in Ann Arbor; Gophers
Still Undefeated.
By Sheldon C. Fullerton
P' Aying th seconu Big Ten
basietball gare in three days,
Mielbigan's quintct will Lbia ho;;',
to 1i nnesota's powerful Gcpher ai -
ray at 7:30 o'clock Monday night
in Yost Field liose.' Minnesota will
also be forced to plat its second
eontest in as many days, the North-
ien having n,'et Chicago at the
,W(indy City last night.
In neeting Dave. McMillan's Go-
pher five, Coach "Cappy" Cappon's
cagers will be face to face with one
of the best court aggregations in
the Western Conference. Minneso-
ta is one of the two Big Ten teams
that succeedeo in going through all
of its pre-seasen games without
suffering a single defeat, and looms
as a serious contender for the laur-
els should Purdue or Northwestern
falter in their victory march.
Beat South Dakota.
Minnesota's quintet is ;made up
of a group of big, fast, and shifty
men, who have far outclassed all
oposition the hae run up against
in their five warm-up games.
Against South Dakota last week the
Northmen rolled up a total of 50
points against their opponent's 24,
but showed the need for consider-
ably more practice before they can
hope to come up to the high stands
ards required from Conference cage
teams,
Michigan will undoubtedly take
the floor with the team that rep-
resented the first squad in the
games with Syracuse 'and Wiscon-
sin. Captain Norm Daniels will
start at center, Eveland and Petrie
will team together at the forwards,
and Hank Weiss and Ivy William-
son will be counted upon to hold
down the scoring of the Gophers
forwards.
Weiss Aids Attack.
This lineutp gives the Maize and
Blue the best offensive aggregation
that can be assembled from among
the players now on the Varsity
squad. Weiss, filling in at guard
for Shaw, is a much greater scor-
ing threat, while Petrie, who moves
into Weiss' place at forward, is
every bit as capable as the senior
cager when it comes to dropping in
baskets. In addition to that, Dan-
iels and Eveland are rounding into
better form than they showed at
the start of the year, and both
'should prove troublesome to the
Minnesota aggregation. ti

This Week's Guessing Problem

ICE TEM TO MEET
'HALEY TOMORROW1I

MICHIGAN-CORNELL
GAMEl IS POSS IBLE
Informal Negotiations Started
foi- Renewal of Old Rivalry
in Fall of 1933.

Grudge Match Is Predicted
Meeting With Athletic
Club.

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Associated Press Photo

Mahatma Gandhi? Nope. Give up? It's Babe Ruth all steamed up
over taking off poundage to be in shape to talk with Col. Jacob Ruppert
of the New York Yankees over a renewal of his $80,000 a year contract.
The Babe started groaning and dropping pounds recently in a New York
gym. The cameraman caught him after resting from his first workout.
TRACK TEAM, IMPROVED OVER LAST
YEAR, FAST ROUNDING INTO SHAPE

Ann Arbor hockey fans will have
their first chance of the year to
view a grudge hockey game next
Tuesday night. When Haley Ath-
letic Club comes here then they will
meet a stubborn group of Wolver-
ines.
In the first game of the season
Haley came here and kept Reid,
Crossman, and Co. to a 3 to 3 tie.
Ciach Lowrey wanted a victory to
start the season with. He thought
that it would give his sophomores
some badly needed confidence.
Out For Revenge.
After the match was over every
.player felt the responsibility of the
tie. Victory was what the team
wanted and the tie was unwelcom-
ed from, every point of view. Tues-
day night the six regulars and three
of the substitutes wrho are most
likely to get in, will try to send the
Haley team back to Detroit in prop-
er disgrace. Each man renembers
the last game and, will play his
hardest to gain the team's re-
venge.
Last night the whole team was
given a strenuous goal-shooting
drill. Several of the regulars are
-off with their shots and the prac-
tice last night well ordered so that
they could get their eye back. Reid
and Crossman are the best shots
on the team. They send the disk
hard and fast to the goalie who has
to be good to stop all of them.
Defense Has Improved.
K Rapid improvement in defense
was noticed. Ted Chapman and
Red McCollum have practically
clinched the positions and it is their
advanced playing that has given
the team an added confidence to-
wards Tuesday night's contest.
The starting lineup, will include
Reid, Crossman, McCollum, Chap-
man, and Captain, Tompkins. Joe
Frumkes wil probably start at the
other wing position as his team-
work with Reid and Crossman has
given mih an edge over Sindles.
T YPEWR -I T ERS
Al akT -Iar ad orabe
Sold. Rented E eaired
Iage choice stock. asy ezs.
. D. 0 R R I L L
341S. State St., Ann Arbor.

Commenting on widespread ru-
mors prevalent yesterdgy as to the
possibility of a Michigan Cornell
football game in 1933, Fielding H.
Yost, Director of Athletics, stated,
"At the present time negotiations
are of a purely informal nature.
The subject first came to my atten-
tion while in New York, when Gil
Dobie, Cornell coach, asked what,
my attitude would. be towards such
a game. At that time, I told him
that I didn't know whether it would
be possible to arrange the contest,
but that I would take it under con-
sideration."
Both Eastern and Mid-western
football fans would undoubtedly
welcome a renewal of football re-
lations between the two schools.
In the. old days, the Michigan-
Cornell game provided one of the
highlights of the season's grid cam-
paign, and if the informal negotia-
tions now underway can be success-
fully concluded the result will have
the whole hearted support of the
Michigan student body.
Cornell is one of the few teams
in the country that holds a series
edge over the Maize 'and Blue. In
the fifteen meetings between the
two teams the Big Reds have walk-
ed off the field with eleven victor-
ies to the Wolverines' four. If the
game is held it will probably take
place in the Michigan bowl, but
at this early stage no dates have
been suggested.

I-M BASKETB3ALL
Saturday
Panthers 24, Maroons 4.
Ramblers 25, Buckeyes 2.
Mt. Royal 10, Aces 6.
Dark Horses 13, D. D.'|7.
Falcons 17, Olympics 5.
Checks 10, Silver Stars 5.
Delta Tat Phi "B" 1. Sigma
Chi66B", 13.
Phi Gam "B" 16, Beta Sigs "B"
4.
Nu Sigma Nu "A" 16, Phi Mu
Alpha 8.\
Ensian Edits 31, Ensian Bus.'
12.
Monday's Games
9:00, "B" (Aftr Varsity game).
Sigma Phi vs. Phi Sigma Kappa.
Delta Upsilon vs. Psi U.
Phi Gamns vs. Tau Delta Phi.
Sigma Chi vs. Phi Kappa Sig-
ma.
9:40, "C"-.'
Kappa Ni vs. A. K. L.
Phi Sigma Kappa vs. Sigma
Chi.
Alpha Omega 'vs. D. A. E.
Delta Sigma Pi vs. Phi Kappa
Sigma.
Three sets of twins are on the
University of Minnesota's prospec-I
tive 1932 tennis squad.

Will Be
at the

Opening Basketl
Hoosier Field H
Illini Strong.

BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Jan.
Next week practically concl
the first half of Indiana uni
sity's basketball schedule, and
be the final week of intensive p
tice in all winter sports at
Crimson institution before a
weeks' layoff to let Hoosier
letes review for their final exar
ations of the first semester.
Monday, Illinois opens the 1
Big Ten basketball schedule,
in the Indiana field 4ouse,
of the drill this past week has
in preparation for the Northw
ern contest. Coach Dean sco
Illinois early in theseason and
ports that they are again a tea
giants who will steadily mi
as the season progresses.
Indiana defeated Illinois 35-
the first game between the
schools last year,

ILLINOIS TO PLAY
INDIANA MONO

Michigan's -track team, complet-
ing their first week of after-vaca--
tion training, is fast rounding into
shap. Unless ineligibility and i-
juries hamper the team it should
be at full strength, stronger than
last year, to defend the indoor title.
Although Eddie Tolan, star sprin-
ter, has graduated l'ack Campbell,
who always gave the sprint star a
good race, is back in the dashes.'
Don Renwick and Bob Lamb will
give -himn able support. Captain Ed-
die Russell looks good enough to
again capture the 440 title, and
Ben Glading who also secured some1
points in the quarter mile event is
back.
In the half-mile Ned Turner, who
finished second in both indoor and
outdoor competition is at his best.

Two 440 men, DeBaker and Ekno-
vich are running the longer middle
distance this year.
Harmon Wolfe, Dave Fitzgibbons
and Howard Braden will do the
miling with Doc Howell and Bill
Hill runing the longer two mile
race. Hawley Egleston, star hurd-
ler, will be supported by Haefle and
Jackson of last year's team and
Jack Heston, star sophomore tim-
ber-topper.
Humphrey and Northrup will be
entered as the Wolverine pole vaul-
ters, while Gafill, Moisio and Jusek
are available in the high jump.
IHoyt will have plenty of material
in the shot .ut with six men able
to throw the ball more than 40 feet.
These men are Brooks, Goldsmith,
Damim, Marshall, Schmidt and Ha-

Tulane may include a game with I
Tennessee or Alabama on its 1932
schedule.

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