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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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4ichigan

Fencers

Lose

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52 Sco

I OSMEN LOSE
0 CHICAGO TEAM

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Grid, Diamond Exponents Meet at Havana

Julian, Invading Captain, Is Star
as Midway Team Wins
Over Wolves.;
By Roland L. Martin.
~ Led by the expert foil work of
.Tulian, the University of Chicago
fencers defeated Michigan yester-
day afternoon by a 5 to 2 score.
The match was held in the Intra -
mural building before a large
crowd.
Varsity Finishes Ahead.
Michigan, however, may have the
c6nsolation of a moral victory since
the Wolverine varsity won over the
Maroon regulars, 2 to 1. Fencing
against the Michigan reserves, the
Chicago swordsmen wo all four
bouts, making the final score 5 to
2. Due to the curtailment of men
by conference officials, Chicago on-
was able to bring one man for each
event. Coach Johnstone sent his
three best fencers against the /a-
roo swordsmen, and they took the
edg in the bouts. In order to give
the reserves experience, Johnstone
entered :them in competition
against Chicago's est and the re-
sulj was .A victory for theMaroons.'
I'n the opening foil bout, Lovell
of Michigan fenced listlessly and
lost to Julian of Chicago, 5 to 2.
The feature match of the afternoon
was the next, between Captain De-
Stefano, Michigan, and aptain
Vanderhoef, Chicago, the former
winning by 5\ to 3.
Winig Wins Bout.
The match which caused the
most thrills for the crowd was be-
tween Winig of Michigan and Gil-
lies of Chicago, Winig winning the
bout without being hit by a 3 to
0 score.
Little, the sophomore who star-
red in the meet with M.chigan
State the v/eek before, showed con-
siderable skill in his match ivitli
anderhoef. Although hen ost the
bqut to his heavier opponent, Lit-
en forced the Maroon captain to
ene at ,his finest to win. Several
times the pair were warned by the
judges for striking too hard.
Julian, Chicago, in the foil, was
the star of the match winning all
three of his matches from Lovell,
Mayer and Barlow.
Suummary:
FOIL:Julian (C), 5, Lovell (M),
2; Julian (C), 5, Mayer (M), 2; Ju-
lian (C) 5, Barlow (M), 3; SABRE.:
DeStefano (M), 5, Vandefhoef (C),
3; Vanderhoef (C), ', Little (M), 4;
EPEE: Winig (M), 3, Gillies (C), 0;
Gillies (C), 3 Nargang (M), 2
TOTAL: Chicago 5; Michigan, 2.
FRASIER PREFERS
TO STAY IN TEXAS
CHICAGO, Jan. 23.-(P)-Prefer-
ring' to 4remain, in Texas rather
than play baseball for the Chicago
White Sox, is getting to be an old
Texas custom.
Vic Frasier, young right handed
pitcher, came up from the Texas
league to the Sox in 1930, but went
back to his home in Mt. Vernon,
Tex., and stayed a year before de-
ciding to play for the Southside
club.
Now Carey Selph, a promising
second baseman, drafted from the
Houstqn club of the Texas league,
annoubaces he is satisfied with the
contract offered him by the Whte
Sox, but says he doesn't care to
leave his business connections in
Houston, even to play major league
Baseball

INTRAMURAL RESULTS
"A" Basketball.
Pi Kappa Alpha, 15; Delta Tau
Delta, 8.,4
Phi Alpha Delta, 6; Zeta Psi,
rt.
Alpha Tau Omega, 8; Phi Del-
ta Theta, .
Zeta Beta Tau, 9; Trigon, 3.
Phi Kappa Sigma, 2; Sigma
Chi, 0.
S"B"Basketball.
Sigma Chi, 24; Phi Gamma
Delta, 4.
Phi Kappa Sigma, 16; Beta
Sigma Psi, 4.
Independent Basketball
Union 13, Fletcher Hall, 3.
Sophs (Union), 20; Statics
(Union), 16..
Hockey.
Theta Kappa Nu, ,1; Delta
Kappa Epsiloi, 0.
Delta Sigma Delta, 1; Phi Mu
Alpha, 0.
Darkhorses, 2; Beta Theta Pi,
0.
Delta Upsilon, 1; Pioneers, 0.
Xi Psi Phi, 14; Delta Alpha
Epsilon, 1.
Chi Phi, 2; Alpha Delta Phi,1.
Zeta Psi, 2; Phi Kappa Psi,0.

AUSTRALIAN

SEEKS SPEfD RECORD

TRACKSTERS HOL
FAST TIME TRII
Coach Hoyt Shows Satisfa
With Pre-Examination
Speed Tests.

In the final time trials before
examiination recess, Coach "Chu
Hoyt's varsity tracksters turned
some remarkably good perfo
ances.
Don Renwick again showed
heels to the rest of the sprir
to capture both the heats in' w
he ran. His time was excellent.
len outstepped Captain Russe]
the 440 for the second time it
many weeks to win by about
inches.
In the shot put Marshall he
sizeable margin over his other c
petitors. Booker Brooks, who
been capturing this event regu
ly was off form.
Turner and Debaker ran a bea
ful half mile, in which first one
then the other was in the
Turner finally won by about a
foot margin.
After, theopening of the se
semester one time trial will bel
on February 20 to determine
makeup of the squad that will c
pete against Chicago in thp o
ing dual meet of the winter

KEITH CROSSMAN'S INJURIES RURT
MICHIGAN CHANCES WITH GOPHERS

Nobody talks baseball without mentioning John J. McGraw (left)
manager of the New York, Giants, and few mention footbtall without,
thinking of Robert C. Zuppke, fiery coach at the University of Illinois.
Here the two are shown as they exchanged greetings in Havana, where
both are spending part of the winter.
Former University High Swimming Captain
Gains Fame With Coach Matt Mann's Team

When Keith Crosman was car-
ried off the ice in the first period
of the first game at St. Paul last
Thursday night, defeat was writ-
ten on the wall for the Wolverine
pucksters. He was skating at top
speed when he crashed into a Go-
pher defenseman. Both fell to the
ice but Keith had a hockey stick I
under him that caused injury to
two of his ribs.
Keyman on All Sides.
The Michigan star center is the
keyman both on defense and of-
fense. It is' his passing that paves
the way for Michigan scorers. To-
gether with Reid, they make one
of the best passing offenses Michi-
gan has boasted in recent years.
On defeise he takes his stand on
the red line between the two de-
fersemen, Chapman and MacCol-
lum. With this arrbangement each
take one of the opposing forwards,
and is responsible for that man.
When Keith went out of the line-
up it left an inexperienced man to
fill that all-important position and
consequently the defense suffered.

However, even then Michigan put
on a surprising performance limit-
ing the Gophers to only four tal-
lies in two hours of hockey. Cap-
tain Jack Tompkins is mainly re-
sponsible for that showing with his
sensational tending of the net. Min-
nesota papers played up Tompkins'
defense tactics as the outstanding
feat of the second match. Before
the team left for St. Paul, Tomp-
kins was quoted as saying that he
believed that he could limit them
to four goals or less for the full two
games. He did.
It all narrows, down to the fact
that without Crossman4 Michigan
could not beat Minnesota, but
with him they might.
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Western Lawn Tennis association
met in Chicago today to rank its
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