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13. 1932

THE MI CHIG1, 'AN DAILY

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BADGERS ARRA20
D Et TRACK MEET
Varsity Will Oppose Freshmen,
Alumni in Competitioy
on January 16.

New' Cardinal H oldout

IOW A THINCLADS
AVE HIGH HOPES
a L17 Veterans Will Bring Points
,C9[ _ ato Hawke yes This Year

IN TH REE-VWY TIE
Johnny Wooden, Purdue, Heads
Scoring CoLzmn Despite
. Leg Injury.

Lits Win Volleyball
Opener of FacultyI I
Play from Army, 3-01iEPUI °

Scot Captures HonorsI

for ThirdY

(Npetiul to 'Flie I/iful)
MADISON, Wis., Jan. 12.-In line
with the new University of Wis-
consir athletic policy of emphasiz-
ing home competition, Coach T. E.
Jones of the Badger track team
has arranged what promises to be:
a highly interesting campus event
-a dual track meet between his
varsity team and a combination of
alumni and freshmen track stars,
January 16.
No Burlish Planmed,
A contest between old grads and ...
trained varsity athletes is usually Hack Wilson
more or less a burlesque, because of
the Inroads old Father Time makes
on the agility and endurance of the
former stars, but this meet is likely'
to be different.. Many of the alum-
ni who have agreed to compete are
only a year or two out of the game
and their experience will more or 9 0 HTII i
less offset the fact that they -will
be short on training. Moreover, Holdouts Numerous as Payroll
many of these old timers-andH
they're not all really old-are in Cuts Result in Protests I
dally training. ' From Both Leagues.
Heading the' graduate team will ___
be men like Arlie Mucks, forimer NEW YORK, Ja. 12.-UP-)-Bas-
national champion in the shot and
discus; Sammy Behr, twice confer- ing judgment upon the first few
ence shot champion; Bill Henke, slashes at the major lcague payrolls
holder of the world's indoor record for 1932, the shril lcry of the hoil-
in the 440; made last February; out will be heard this winter -.rom
Red Davidson, second in the Big coast to coast.
Ten 440 last May; Vernon Gold- Bill Terry Hit.
swothy; Mac Thompson, Frisch,
Roden, Pahlmeyer, Kayser, Sundt, rheull extent of the "bad news,"
Kanalz, Larson, Arne, Diehl, Dou- arising from the sharp retrench-
gan and a host of others. , ment program of club owners, has
Have Fast Freshmen. just begun to circulate. Haok Wil-
Youthful speed and stamina willj.
be supplied by the freshman team son, the 1930 home run king wasI
which will include Peterson, Dens- paid $33,000 last year by the Cubs,
more, Schuelke, Pacetti, Rusell, has been offered a cut in excess of
Johnson, Florine, Lashway, Prth, 75 per cent. Bill Terry, who was
Babish, Clark, Nelson, Albright, the 1930 National league batting
Mereer, Benedict and other lads charilpion. and runner-up in 1931,
with good high school records, has been asked to accept a 44 per
Coach Jones thinks that the joint cent reduction.
alumni-frosh team will dominate The rejection of both the offers
the runs up to and incltiding the means that the warfare is on be-
440, will score heavily in the field tween the magnates and their high-
events and thatit will have, as a salaried performers. It is likely to
result, an excellent chance of win- be extended with heavy casualties.
ning the meet. The varsity will Will Cut a Million.
have to pile up a heavy total of Altogether it isj figured the 16
points in the longer runs and the major league clubs will slash $1,-
jumps to finish on the long end 000,000 or more from their salary
of the score. . lists. The amounts per club may
Old time track and field stars vary anywhere from $40,000 to $1.-
who have been inactive too long 000,000, on the basis of information
to take part in' the meet as partici- furnished to The Associated Press
pants will act as officials. The meet Redugtion of the player limit from
will l/e held in the gym annex. 25 to 23 will help in this process.
Seven three-year stars of the Seven players, all three-year men,
Arkansas football team were award- will rotate as captains of the Su-
ed blankets by the "Rooting Rubes" perior, Wis., State Teachers college
a ep norganization.1 football team in _1932.

Time in Seven Years
at Los Angeles.
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 12. - (AP) -
MacDonald Smith had followers of
golf shaking their heads today.
The stoical Scot Irom Carnoustie,
N. Y., yesterday terminated a one-
man - parade over the Hillcrest
country club course to win his third
Los Angeles $7,500 open in the
seven years it, has run.
Held Lead.
Despite the starting field of 138
pros and amateurs, Smith did what
many have said couldn't be done-
take the lead in a tournament and
retain it through all the various
stages.
Methodical Mac opened the pro-
ceedings with a 69 Saturday accel-
erated with a 68 Sunday, then
clung to his advantage with two
rounds of 72 yesterday to score a
281 total, three strokes below par
level for the course.
Showed Judgment.
Smith showed rare good judg-
ment from start to finish. His wood
shots were straighter and longer
than ever. He sank putts from far
and near. And he displayed the
stamina and courage necessary
when others closed in to cut down
his lead on the home stretch.
As a result he increased his tour-
nament earnings by $2,000 and took
the lead among the money winners
for 1932. ,
Wolverine Cage Team
Trains for Wildcats
(Continued from Page: 6)
are still undefeated, for they played
real basketball Mooiday night, prob-
ably equal to any that will be seen
here this season. Their accuracy at
hitting the hoop bore some evidence
of the drill that "Cappy" has been
working on all season in an effort
to make the tosses count. It was a
toss-up game all the way and the
Wolves won only on a superior dis-
play of court technique. Their
guarding was almost perfect and
time after time the lanky Gopher
forwards found difficulty in getting
anywhere inside the Maize and
Blue defense.I
There is a strong possibility that
Daniels may become a permanent,
fixture in one of the forward posts"
if Garner can become a little more
certain of his performance at cen-
ter. This pivot man has the height
which is so necessary if the Wolves
want to take the tipoff. Daniels and
Eveland at forward #nay prove to
have ust that spark of initiative
that may push the Wolves far along
in the race for winners.

and ntinued from Page 6)
and Elger Mathies of Birm=-igliam
will work in the hammer with
Youngerman, and Elmo Nelson of
Clearfield, baseball captain and
second place winner in the national
collegiate meet, will throw the ja-
velin in late season championship
affairs.
. V
D.K.E. Defaults Initial Contest
of Intramural Competition
to Theta Kappa Nu.

Opening the season of the In-
tramural Faculty volleyball tourna-
ment Monday night, the Lits' de-
feated the Army by a score of-15-6,
16-14, 15-9, thus gaining an early

Theta Kappa Nu, of the North-
ern division, became the leader in
the All-Campus hockey tournament
when the Delta Kappa Epsilon sex-
tet forfeited the initial contest.
The schedule has been completed,
the teams being divided into four
groups. The teams are assigned to
the groups as follows: Northern
division-Theta Kappa Nu, Delta
Kappa Epsilon, Beta Theta Pi and
Darkhorses. Eastern group-Xi Psi
Phi; Delta Alpha Epsilon, Alpha
Delta Phi, Chi Phi. Southern
league-Phi Mu Alpha; Rangers,
Delta Sigma Delta. Western divi-
sion-Phi Kappa Psi, Zeta Psi.
Pioneers, Delta Upsilon.
Four Games a Week.
Four games will be played each
week according to the regular
schedule, barring holidays and the
examination period. The Intram-
ural Department is furnishing most
of the equipment, giving the goalie's
pads, shin pads, gloves, sticks; and
eye glass protectors. These will be
given out before each game and
collected after the contest. The ice
will be available for the contests.
at 10:15 every night.
Eleven men or less may appear
on the player list of each team with
two freshmen listed among them.
Rosters must be sent to the Intram-
ural Department before the team
plays its second game. Skates may
be rented or purchased at the Coli-
seum.
Playoffs in March.
With, play swinging under way at
once the league playoffs are plan-
ned for March 9 and 10 with the
final game falling on Monday,
March 14. The schedule of games
for the reainder of this week fol-
lows:!
Wednesday, January 13--Phi Mu
Alpha vs. Delta Sigma Delta. Thurs-
day, January 14-Beta Theta Pi vs.
Darkhorses.

(Continued from Page 6) lead in the series. Widespread in-
Purdu( still smarting from Lhe terest has greeted this lively indoor
defeat handed them by the Illini sport in the present faculty season,
on Saturday, came back into their according to the Intramural de-
own under the leadership of Wood- partment.-
en. All-American guard, and de- Five Teams in Race.
feated Wisconsin.33 to 22. The Boil- Five teams have entered the race
ermakers displayed a fast passing so far, and they represent some of
and dribbling game that the Badg- the various divisions of the Uni-
ers could not halt and they won versity with considerable rivalry
handily. Eddy and Kellar starred being displayed.. Thd use of the,
Captain Wooden. gymnasium facilities is being re-
Illinois, inspired by their unpre- served for the faculty twice a we'ek,
dicted victory over the champion- and many of the educators are
bent Boilermakers, displayed the availing themselves of the oppor-
same tight defense and won over tunity of a workout.
the already twice-defeated Hoosiers Next in the volleyball schedule
by a score of 30 to 22. The Wildcats will be a match between the Engi-
took first place in the conference neers and their traditional rivals,.
race by winning over Iowa, 32 to 26. the Architects. This contest is to
Northwestern, with t'ree victories, be played this afternoon at 4:45 in
and Michigan and Ohio with two the Intiramural building. The other
each, are tied for -the Big Ten lead. team entered in the. competition
One of the big suxjp rise teams is represents the Mathematics depart-
the sophomore quintt from Iowa. ment.
Ever since the IHawkeyes were drop- More May Enter.
ped from the conference, they have According to an announcement
had mediocre teams. This year, by Intramural Sports Department
with a green yearling five, they officials, there is still room in the
brought plenty of trouble to both tournament for other faculty mem-
Ohip State and Northwestern, nei- bers who desife to participate in
ther team winning by a large mar- the winier athletic ad'tivities offered
gin. by that department: Those wishing
to join the volleyball. league may'
either join the teams already form-
ed or organize new teams to enter
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Play will begin today in the All-
gampus handball and squash tour-
naments, annual events that are
sponsored by the Intramural De-1
partment. Both of last year's win-
ners will defend their titles. These
champions are Bill Phelps in hand-1
ball and John Wilson in squash.
Each is seeded number one in his
sport.
Eight of the 64 handbal entries
are in the select group, while four
squash players are also seeded. The
chosen players are: handball: Bill
Phelps, L e o Goodman, Harvey
Straub, Art Cohen, N. Lunberg,
Newt Carter, I. Freidman, and Al
Lang. The four squash players se-
lected are John Wilson, John Rein-
del, H. Nelson, and John Hinchman.
It is hoped that the first round of
play will be completed today and
tomorrow.
These tournaments are represent
a lot of Intramural enthusiasm and
are always marked by more than
considerable i n t e r e s t and good
clean competition for the awards
offered to the winners and rungers-
up.

Go"dfellow Has Not

Held 1931 Standards

(Continged from Page 6) 1
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Rangers, the Montreal Maroons,
Boston Bruins are all employing
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