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'THE MTC1H1CAN 1DATEY ____

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RSITY WILL PLAY
OPHERS IN INITIAL
ONFR1HENCE GAM
ontest Is Scheduled
for Minneapolis
Rink.
Vichigan's championsip hockey
n appears to be definitely going
swing into action this week-end.'
e Wolverine puckmen will face a
ryr sthr~n Mnnesota, sextet p
lneapolis on Thursday and Fri-
ynights.
lhe 'excellent showing made by
e Gopher squad against Harvard,
ted as one of the strongest teams
the east, when the Westerners
1 only .after a hard battle, 7 .to
shows great scoring power. The
rsemen boast an entirely veteran
un from 1930.
Action Delayed.
MIchigan has been long waiting
swing into action, the opening
mes of the Big Ten season,
aeduled to be played\ at Wiscon-
. last week, being called off due
poor ice. A similar fate awaited
e team on their planned trip to1
arquette, these contests also be-
g postponed due to mild weather.
Coach Frank Pond,, of Minnesota
.s one of his best teams since the
troduction of hpckey at Minneso-
Seven men, including three de-
rses and a goal-tender have re-
mned from last year's sextet,
ile a member of the famed Buzza
ckey club, well-known amateur
oup, is putting in a stiff bid for
forward position.
Gopher Veterans Retun.
Captain Ryman, Todd and Gibbs
, the returning forwards, with
nes thie experienced net-minder,
d Mattison, Carlson, and Ander-
n, the veteran back wall men. Be-
le Schaeffer, the former Buzza
Ayer, other promising sophomores
e Toth, McInnes and Parker, for-
Ards, Clausen, a goal tender and
re new defensemen of whom Suo-
i and Holiday are the best.,
Although the Wolverine squad
ok a bad bum lng in their 7 to
victory over Haey the squad will
Ve had a rest of over a week and
ould enter the fray at full
rength. Just how many men will
ake, the trip has not been defin-
ly .decided. The probable start-
g lineups are:
innesota Michigan
nes Goal Tompkins
rlson .......LD.....Chapman
iderson.....R.....McCollum
>dd ..........c.. Crossman
rman, 'c.....LW.........Reid
.bbs ........RW... Frumkes or
.........Sindles
l ichigan spares: Porte, David.
innesota spares: Clausen, Schaef-
r, Toth, Parker, Mcnnes, Holiday,
inderson, Jensen, Suomi, LaBatt.
ARSON IS GIVEN
AMATEUR STATUS
Vernon Larson, University stu-
nt, has been reinstated by the
ational A. A. U. to the status of
nateur after boxing in the pro-
ssional ranks for several years.
e will enter the Olympic tryouts

Comes to Terms
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Melvin Ott, young outfielder and
second baseman for the New York
Giants is the first of the 1932 hold-
out brigade to come to terms for
the coming campaign. Along with
other Giant stars, Ott was forced
to take a substantial salary cut.
GOPHERS TENDER
TESTIMONIAL TO
BERNIEBIERMAN
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Jan. 18.-
A testimonial banquet honoring
Herbert 0. "Fritz" Crisler, retiring
Gopher football coach and Ber-
nard "Bernie" Bierman, new men-
tor who comes to Minnesota from
Tulane, was attended by more than
500 students, university, govern-
ment and business leaders of thel
Twin Cities Monday night.
Principal speakers at the affair
were Major John L. Griffith, Big
Ten Athletic commissioner, and
~Edward H. Lauer, athletic director
of the University of Iowa. Other
notables present included Gover-
nor Floyd B. Olson of Minnesota,
Mayor William Anderson of Min-
rieapolis, Mayor Gerhard Bundle of
St. Paul, and H. A. Scandrett, pres-
ident of the Milwaukee railroad
and captain of the Gopher eleven
in 1898 and 1899.
Bierman, after compiling a re-
markable record as Tulane coach
during the past five years, returns
to coach at the University from
which he was graduate. 16 years
ago. 'He 'was captain - of, the 1915
Minnesota team that won the Big
Ten championship.
Crisler is continuing as athletic
director at the University.
in Detroit next month in the 128-
pound division.
Larson, an Iron Mountain pro-
duct, has never been on the Univer-
sity boxing team as he entered
school'after he had become a pro-
fescol.- He has fought in Detroit,
Kalamazoo, Flint, Pontiac and in
nearly every Michigan city where
there have been .any boxing shows.
Although Larson is a lightweight,
tipping the scales at 137 pounds at
present, he will attempt to train
down to the lighter division before
the tryouts. He has not fought pro-
fessionally for more than a year.

COUNDITION PROVES
BIG MAT FEA TURE
Longer Training After Holiday
Lay.off Gives Spartans
Edge Over Wolves.
A nine letter word spelled de-
feat for Michigan's Varsity mat-'
men in the State match last Sat-I
urday night. That word is "con-
dition," the most important single
factor in athletic success.
Michigan State had the advan-
tage when it came to condition as
the Spartans had returned to the
mat shortly after Christmas and
had an additional week of work
over the Wolverines, who had not
reached their best condition since
th'e holiday lay-off.
Drills Men Hard.
In order not to be caught in this
same situation again Coach Cliff
Keen is going to work his prote-
ges every day posibl from now un-
til the Northwestern meet almost
a month away. If these workouts
continue to be as strenuous as yes-
terday's session in the 'wrestling
room, the Wolverine mnntor need
not worry as to the condition of
his grapplers.
The Spartans used one of their
rides to exceptional advantage, it
proving to be the downfall of near-I
ly every Maize and Blue wrestler,
who. fell before the State men. The
Wolverines captured four oui of
eight bouts by decisions and gain-
ed a draw in afifth.
Thomas Takes Decision.
Blair Thomas, the 135-pound vet-
eran gained the first Michigan win
by taking a decision over the Spar-
tan leader, Captain Byam. At 155-
pounds Art Mosier gained a win
over Jensen, holding an advantage
of 6:15.
Jim Wilson added another vic-
tory by taking the decision over
Marsa in the 165-pound class with
an advantage of over seven min-
utes. The big veteran Stoddard an-
nexed the fourth triumph by a
decision over Reavely iii the heavy-
weight bout. The draw was in the
175-pound weight with Reif of the
Wolverines and Leapard of State
battling it out with n'either hold-
ing a one minute advantage.
State gained her 14% points to
the Wolverines 13 V by two falls
and a decision in addition to the
draw.

SELECTIONS MAD

With the series ofropening tank
Lack of Ice in New York wState meets safely recuordid inCac

Varsity Natators
Practice for Big
Meets of Season

Precludes Possibility of
Final Trials.
ALBANY, N. Y., Jan. 18.-(iP)--
Dry as dust records of past per-
formances, instead of the hot com-
petition of final trials, have decided
the American speed skating team
for the winter Olympics at Lake
Placid next month.
The entries for the bob sled races
were to be named in New York
City in the same way.
The unusually warm weather of
the past week, which leftthe state
without ice or snow for tryouts,:
and the fact that the entries must
be filled by Jan. 21, forced the
Olympic committees to act. The
skaters were picked here yesterday.
The speed skating team: Jack
Shea, Lake Placid; Allan Potts, New
York; Lloyd Guenther, Detroit;
O'Neil Farrell, Chicago; Raymond
Murray, New York; Milford Dietz,
Chicago; Edward Schroeder, Chi-
cago; Herbert Taylor, New York.
Faculty Volleyball
Tourney Progressesl
Play goes on space in the Faculty
Vclleyball Tournament. Six teams
are now entered in the competition.
The Lits defeated the Army in the
curtain-raiser last week while the
Architects easily won from the En-
gineers 15-10; 15-12; 15-13.
The Chemistry team, newest en-
try into the league, showed power
in defeating the new Mathematics
squad by a score of 15-6; 15-4; 15-3,
an overwhelming victory. A post-
poned match will be played off to-
morrow afternoon when the Archi-
tects clash with the Army team.
Forty-six freshmen at the Univer-
sity of Minnesota won football
numerals for the 1931 season.

SHOWING OF FENCERS IN WEEK-]
MEETS PLEASES COACH JOHNS'

Matt Mann's history book, the Wol-
verine natators are now getting

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down to business in preparation
for the big meets of the year. Af- Especially pleasing was the show-
ter an exhibition at Battle Creek ing of Al Little, sophomore sabre
high Friday night, Coach Mann aspirant, who defeated Captain
took the boys on another excursion Stonex of Michigan State in the
last night to Dearborn high to only bout that the Spartan star
demonstrate what national "chai- lost..Stenox had defeated Captain
pionship swimming is like. DeStefano by a 5 to 2 score and
The big affair this week is the the victory by Little is evidence
meet in the Detroit Yacht Club that Johnstone will have material
tank next Saturday night with the
brilliant Yacht Club representa-
tives. This meet proved to be the
toughest on the schedule last year,
roach Mann said, with the Wolves
barely ekeing out a 39 to 36 win in
the home pool. The meet this year
promises to be just as close for I
both teams are at least equal to (SEE OUR.
last year's strength.
Three other exhibition meets
have been arranged for the nata- t Ioa
tors, it was announced. An exhi-
bition will be given Jan. 27 at
Jackson and Feb. 19, after the be-
ginning of the second semester, the
team will make a trip to Culver
Military academy where Frank
Walaitis is coaching.

Coach Johnstone is well satisfied
with the showing of the varsity
fenlcing te(Aaml in thetir two mej(ets
QVel the week ened, whenthe
swourdsmen won from Toledo Y.M.-
C.A and Michigan State.

for next year.
Barlow showed well in tl
matches, winning two out of
the only match hie lost bei
the state captain by a 5 to 4
Lovell duplicated the perfor
of his teammate by winnir
bouts and losing one to Stc
to 3; Winig Crashed throw
the epee with two wins in as
bouts while Nahrgang split
in his two. In the foil May(
all three of his bouts while
I tain DeStefano in the sab
his first match to Stenox ar
from Wells in the other, 5 t

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