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DACH MATT MANN
SKS LAR lGSCORE
CROSSMANSUFFERS RIB INJURIES
VARSITY AND FRESHMAN WRESTLERS
MIX WORK WITH PLA Y IN EXHIBITION
Mat Fans Have First Chance,
to See Colorful Dougovito PURPLE CAGERS
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Purple Beat Same Team, 51-24,
So Michigan Mentor Wants
Twelve Men Will Make Trip Led
by Captain Miller; Detroit
May Have New Strength.
By Wilbur J. Myers.
Just how the Wolverine conting
ent of swimmers compares wi
that which ran off with nation
championship honors last year hi
thus far been mostly a matterc
conjecture, but tonight Coach Ma
Mann will find a more definite bas
for future predictions when ti
Michigan team is pitted against ti
best that the Detroit Yacht Clu
can offer. The meet is to be he
in the Yacht.Club pool.
It was this team. of former hig
school and college luminaries whi'
held the champions to their close
dual meet score of the season last
year, a 39 to 36 win' for the Wolves.
It was the toughest competition the,
Wolves ran into last season, Coach
Mann said, and the meet tonight
has all the earmarks of a repeti-
tion of that battle.
Twelve to Make Trip.
Twelve men are scheduled to
make the trip to make up the local
entry list. These men have shown
their mettle in the brilliant record
of the Wolverine natators thus far
this season. Capt. Bob Miller will
lead his men as number one man
in the breaststroke, seconded by
Louis Lemak. Johnny Schmeiler,
Jim Cristy and Frank Kennedy will
be the Michigan 'epresentatives in
the middle distance events.
Iick Degener, National A. A. U..
junior diving champion, and Sid
Rai e will do their stunts off the
boatd while Taylor Drysdale is
making his bid for honors in the
backstroke. Fred Fenske, Ed San-
born, Ivan Smith and Danny Mar-
cus are down to be the Wolverine'
representatives in the sprins.
D. Y. C. Swamped 51-24.
If this airay of stars can come
through the meet with considerable
of a winning margin, it will bode
well for Michigan's chances of tak-
ing the Conference meet again this
year and perhaps the National
championships for the second suc-
cessive year. The D.Y. C. boys were
sort of submerged by the North-
western tank men last Friday
night, the Wildcats winning 51-24.
The D. Y. C.'boys are no mean
opponents, having iad plenty of
experience on former high, school.
and college teams. Included in its
roster will be 'Dick Spindle and i
George Hubbell~ tanksters whio used
to cavort around the Michigan pool
under the tutelage of Matt Mann.
T a y 1lQ(.X Drysdale, sophomore
backstroker on the Michigan squad,
will meet a arduous test in his com-
petition against this Hubbell in the
Miller Meets Howlett.
Capt. Miller is also slated for a
real best of hishprowessrover that
of last year when he renews' his
acquaintance with Bob Howlett, ex-
breaststroker of the Wildcat tank
team who' attained somewhat of a
national reputation in this event.
Miller had a difficult time to
edge out this competitor in the last
meet, and conditions sometimes re-
verse themselves. McClelland of
the D. Y. C. team is also a. former
college backstroke star of no small
fame. Oxley is their best bet
against Degener in the diving while
Oliver is suppo sed to uphold the
old D. Y. C. fame in 'the 'srints.
Johnny Schmeiler is again count-
ed upon to be the mainstay when
it comes to chalking up individual
points for he is almost certain of
firsts in the century and the 220
to which he is devoting most of his
time now that Miller is carrying
the brunt of the work in the breast-
Associated Press Photo
Keith Crossman, Michigan's great center, broke two ribs when he
shed into a Minnesota defenseman in 'the first of the hockey series
th men were skating at top speed when the collision occured. Keith
the mainstay of the defense besides being the high scorer of the
lverille squad for the season.
COACH JOHNSTONE TO SEND VARSITY
FENCERSAGAINST CHICAGO TONIGHT
ttermen Represent Michigan in
Each Event; Captain DeStef-
ano Receives Call Over Soph-
amore Sensation, At Little.
Michigan's Varsity fencing squad
will face its first Conference oppon-
ents of the current season this
afternoon when they cross swords
with the Chicago-team at 2 p. m.,
in the Intramural building. This
will be their first real competition
following the 'preparatory meets
with State and Toledo Y.M.C.A. on
the past weekends.
Coach Merrill's squad of Maroons
will be a tough nut to crack for
they come,in full strength and with
the express purpose of duplicating
their victory over the Wolverines of
last year. Michigan will have to put,
on some first class dueling to be
victorious in this meet.
Lovell To Foil.
stone feels that the wisdom of his
choice will be vindicated by the
Michigan captain's showing today.
Maroons Are Strong.
The showing Michigan makes
against the Maroons today will give
J'uhnstorne a good idea of what the
team's chances in the Big Ten are
this season. Chicago has several
adept and proven veterans whose
ability cannot be overlooked, and
they /will ,have new material to
back up this vanguard of exper-
The true strength of the Wolver-,
ines, however, lies in their well-
balanced squad, for not one of the
three weapons on the card is open
to easy conquest.
Jack Dempsey Signs
to Appear in Flint'
and Chicago Bouts
FLINT, Mich., Jan. 22. -(/P) -
Matchmaker Art Buterfield, of the
Industrial Mutual Association, an-
nounced today the signing of Jack
Dempsey, former world's heavy-
weight champion, for a double two-
round engagement here Thursday,
CHICAGO, Jan. 22.,-(P) - Jack
Dempsey will make his first appear-
ance in a Chicago ring Feb. 18 since
his famous 14-count battle with
Gene Tunney four years ago.
The, Manassa mauler was signed
today for a four-round exhibition
in the Chicago Stadiur= with the
probability that King Levinsky will
be his opponent. And, so far as
known, Dave Barry will not be the
Captain DeStefano is expected to
make a brilliant showing this after-
noon and. his work in the sabre
should be the feature of the .meet.
The ,other veterans who will face
Maroon swyrdsmen today are Lovell.
in the foils and Winig in the epee,
and on the basis of their past per-
formances should acount for sever-
al of the points the Wolverines
hope to get.
While Capt. Stonex of the State
squad took the measure of both De-
Stefano and Lovell, these men are
expected to star in this meet, and
Winig will keep things humming in
his event if he just continues the
style he has been using. Experience
threw the weight in favor of De-
Stefano over Little, who starred in
the State melee, but Coach John-Y
Five seeded handball stars have
advanced to the quarter-finals
Lundberg, Carter, Cohen, Lance
and Goodman comprisingthis list
Straub and Phelps each have
matches to play but are not expect-
ed to be extended in them. George
Mercer, dark horse of the tourna-
ment, is the other player already
in the quarter-finals.
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