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DAY, JANUARY 15, 1932 THE MICHICANDRYLY
ationalSwimming Meet Is Awarded to Michi

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FINALRLL HEL WRESTLERS W K Iowa Quintet Seeks
rlN9 BRIL HIO WISTLRS WRKHReengre Over OJ.S.UJ.
BYCOURTQUINTET FOR STATEMAMTCH in Saturday's Game
(Special to The Daily)
Williamson, Weiss, Eveland and Keen Rehearses Entire Varsity IOWA CITY, Jan. 13.-(P-More
Garn Sem Sre tarers;in en-inue Butsshots at Ohio State's goal will be
Garner Seem Sure Starters; in Ten-Minute Bouts taken by the University of Iowa
Daniels Is Doubtful. as Meet Nears. basketball team here Saturday
when the Hawkeyes and the Buck-
Highly dissatisfied with the show- Coach Keen's varsity wrestling eyes meet for the second time in
ing of the varsity basketball team squad went through a workout that seven days.
in practice Wednesday" afternoon, was probably the toughest session The Iowans fell short of victory
in~~ prcieWensa by three points after a seconl;. half
Coach Franklin Cappon sent his of the season yesterday afternoon rally at Columbus last Saturday
charges through a stiff scrimmage at the Intramural building. Pre- and now are being prepared to re-
last night in order to get them in- paration for a match which is like- pulse the first Ohio State quintet
t nhe.prordshae or thge cm-nly to be one of the closest of the to visit the field house in three
to the proper shape for the com- :season, that with Michigan State seasons.
ing game with Northwestern on tomorrow night, was the order of Invade Indiana Monday.
Saturday night. the day. Ohio State is not the sole worry,
Team Off Form. Specialized Coaching. however, for the team must en-
The showing of Daniels, Eveland Keen put practically every one of train for Bloomington soon after
andWeis i Wenesay' scim-his starting squad through' a ten- the game -to meet Indiana Monday
and Weiss in Wednesday's scrim.- minute bout, as well as the usual evening. The two games, second
mage was not at all pleasing to the drilling on holds and escape. Know- successive Saturday and Monday
coaches in view of the fact that ing the caliber and tactics of nearly affairs, will complete one-third of
the entire team will have, to be at every man on the Spartan squad, the Big Ten schedule and close the
its best if it wants to keep its rec- the mentor was able to give his first semester card.
ord clean against the champion charges specialized coaching and If Iowa's conference rivals, Ohio
Wildcats. Only Garner played in information for the coming meet. State and Northwestern, had not
Wildcats Oy dGsparer plahed Gi- Several of the matmen put on ex- built up sustantial leads in the first
the form he displayed in the Go- cellpnt exhibition bouts during the half, the Hawkeyes, with their last
of further work before Saturday. workout. Mosier (155), and Helli- period reversals, might have won
So far this week, the squad has well (145), showed the spectators in the opening Big Ten games.
lined up with Captain Daniels and the wrestling room a lively ten min- Plan First Half Attack.
Eveland at the forwards, Garner utes of aggressive rough-and-tum- The Buckeyes had a six-point
at center, and Williamson and Weiss ble grappling, with Mosier, the margin, and the Wildcats led, 21
at the defense positions. Knowing heavier man, getting a bit the best to 9, last Monday. Coach Rollie
that-Daniels cannot hope to con- of the scrap. "Slim Jim" Wilson Williams now is drilling the Iowans
trol the tip-off from theopposing caught a Tartar when he received on a less conservative offensive
center Cappon is planning to use the difficult assignment of testing game to be used in the first twenty
Garner at the pivot post regularly his skill against the superior weight minutes.
and convert the high scoring cen- and experience of Captain Dougo- Hopes for possible victories over
ter into a forward. Daniels has had vito, who is ineligible. Wilson sus- Ohio State and Indiana are ramp-
some trouble in getting acquainted tamed several painful bruises dur- ant after the performance of the.
with his new duties, and Cappon ing the five minutes which the bout Hawkeyes against Northwestern.
thought it advisable to hold the' ex- lasted. Led by Howard Moffitt, sophomore
tra scrimmage last night in order Veterajq State Team. forward who made half of the
to improve the offensive power of The State aggregation, veteran points, and Jack Kotlow and Alex
the team. However it is not yet except in one weight class, looks to Rogers, the team outscored the
decided whether Daniels or Petrie be tough for the comparatively in- Wildcats 17 to 11 in the second half
will get the call at Evanston. experienced Wolverinesatotackle. but lost,32to 26.
Important. Factor in Race. Comparative scores against the Moffitt now has a total of 50
Tomorrow night's battle at Evan- University of, Toronto last week points in six games. He sank five
ston will have a lot to do with the gives the Spartans three points field goals and three free throws
results of the Big Ten race. Ohio, over the Michigan squad. However, against Northwestern, and his point
Northwestern and Michigan are the bout with the Wolves, coming total was only one point less thar
tied at the top of the heap without before the State match, may have that of Joe Reiff, the rival star anc
any defeats, and the winner of to- tired the Canadians somewhat, leading Big Ten scorer of 1931. The
morrow's tilt will get a decided Possibly, M. S. C. had worked out a young forward has made 19 points
edge in the "Purdue Handicap." system to use against Toronto's in the conference games.
In practice last night the squad prone tactics in working for falls.
was an improvement over Wednes- At any rate, the meet between the Coach Eddit Lowrey is wonder-
day, and if ithas removed the in- two squads, always rivals, should ing whether this is really winter or
difference out of its systems, should be a fairly close, hard-fought af- not. First Marquette cancelled two
present the same brand of basket- fair, and a real trial for some of hockey games because - of warn
presenhtteslaedbranbset-the newcomers to the Maize and weather conditions and yesterday
nesota on Monday. Weiss and Wil- Blue varsity, as well as a good pre- Wisconsin sent word that weather
liamson at guards are the best de- paration for the conference season was still to warm to play in the
foneive rinn that Michionn an nit on the part of the entire squad, Badger state.

BADGERS POSTPONE

BOWLING TOURN]
PLANS ANNOUNC]
Fraternity bowling this year
have an incjefinite field sinceE
house on' the campus has
scheduled in the competition
certain nights to play and1
that turn up will decide the
for the Intramural Departme
Six teams will bowl each r

Michigan
Home

Forced to Remain at
This Week-End Be-

cause of Poor Ice.

Postponement of the Michigan- two at four; seven, and eight-
Wisconsin hockey matches in' Mad- ty o'clock respectively. This se
ison this week-end was announced ule will continue until each fi
last night by Coach Eddie Lowrey. nity has at least had a chan(
Poor weather conditions at Wiscon- bowl. The next step will be to
sin caused the change in schedule. the 16 highest teams and ar.
This is the second consecutive them in a meet on an elimirn
postponement in two weeks for the basis and let them fight it ou
Wolverines as Marquette's outdoor the championship.
rink was in poor condition for Alpha Chi Sigma, last year's
hockey last week. Real cold weath- ners and defending cham
er is needed. to freeze the ground in have also a team total recon
Wisconsin before, the rink will be watch, now holding the honors
in shape for the ice. a score of 2207. They will
Coach Lowrey, however, will be again .this year in this meet
able to take his team to Minnesota is always conducted on the N
next week, as thehGophers have gan Union alleys.
an indoor rink and have been play- L-
ng regularly.
Last night Michigan's Varsity was
given a secret practice. None of the
freshman squad was on hand to,
give the regulars opposition in an OJ Q
impromptu game, and Coach Low-
rey issued new plays for his rye-
fensemen.
Porte was raised to a sIA tng I ar E
position at right defenseithe
last game as a result of improved
play in practice. This gives Lowrey
three sophomores of about the
same ability, McCollum, Chapman,
and Porte. With the return of Wil-C
liams, last year letterman, to the
squad in the second semester, Low-
rey ought to have a good defense. DANCING
Keith Crossman, Emmy Reid, and
Joe Frumkes were given new plays EVERY
in piercing the enemy's defense.
Michigan's passing attack in the WEDNESDAY
Haley game did not function as well
as it had in previous games rnostfy THURSDAY,
because of Meyer's brilliant defense FRIDAY
work for Haley.F

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