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Return Tilt With Michigan State Is Carded for
Saturday, February 13; Iowa Will
He First Big Ten Opponent
By Sheldon C. Fullerton
Although the Michigan basketball team will devote its time
during most of the next two weeks to final examinations, the
Wolverines will have two hard games on its hands'ust before
the start of the second semester, The first of these two contests
will take the Maize and Blue squad to East Lansing, where they
will face Michigan State in the second game of a home and
home series on Feb. 13. On the niight of Monday, Feb. 15, the
opening (lay of the second semester, Iowa's H1awkeve cagers will
meet the Wolverines here at lost Field House.
While Michigan already claims one easy victory over thel
Spar ans, indications point to the fact that the Green and White
will be far stronger than when - -- -
tiey met the Wolverines early"
th year in Ann Arbor. At that time M -IT
fatty shooting, coupled witha
sturdy Michigan defense, hmite M I
th.' State cagers to a lone basket
froi the court while the Michigan U
sqad was making enough points to
romp home with a 27-6 victory.
Svin at that, the Wolverine play Wolverines to Make Last Home'
w : far below par.
State Has Improved. Appearance in Big Ten
Once that time, however, the Opener, Feb. 15.
Spdrtans have taken a new lease
on, life and have redently added the Coach Cliff Keen's Varsity wrestl-
scip of Cornell University to their ers will open the big Ten seasdn
It ofhvictims. The Green and on Monday night, February, 15,
Wte has also disposed of Western
R1serve, conquerors of Yale, in an- against Northwestern in Yost Field
other brilliant battle. house.
"he Iowa game here will being in addition to prying the lid off
M higanrs weakest Conference op- thenConference schedule, the meet
ptoent of the year to Yost Field will mark the final appearance of1
Jouse, but at the same time a team the grapplers on the home mats
tryt has enough potential power to this year and will inaugurate the1
give many of the stronger Big Ten second semester activities for the,
teims a real fight. , Wolverines. Other features of thej
Moffitt is Star. encounter with the Wildcats will bet
One of the sensationg of the the return of Captain Carl Dugo-j
Western Conference. Howard Mof- vito to the ring and the re-entrancel
f t, fast shooting sophomore for- of the team into intercollegiate
ward, will lead the Hawkeye'team in competition after a month's rest.
its quest to upset the first division Northwestern Has Good Squad.
Wolverinfs. Moffitt has been one of Northwestern will be one of the
the leading scorers of the Big Ten toughest aggregations that Michi-t
.all seasson, and has proved to be gan will meet during the remainder
the one bright light in an otherwise of the schedule, and probably with
drab season for the Hawkeyes. the exception of Indiana - thej
With the coming of the second toughest. The Purple has always t
semester, the Iowa team may pick boated a fairly strong mat squadt
up anywhere from one to three men and this year's team will in all
who have been ineligible during the probability prove to be no excep-
first semester. Gueldner Krumbholz, tion. Last season the Wolverines
a ast shooting forward on the same managed to take the measure ofj
type as Moffitt, if eligible should the Evanston grapplers, 21 to .13.s
considerably bolster the Hawkeye Michigan will enter the ring un-
scorers, while Charles Willamson, der a handicap as the matmen will
the leading Iowa forward and scor- not be able to undergo any iegular
er last season and Parker Bennett, training for the match becuse of
a "ix foot six inch center, will also the examination period which ter-i
aid in building the Iowans into a inates just a few days before the
reabcontender. Purple engagement. The meet isj
Altenhof May Play. scheduled for the first day of the
1M1c igan, too, will be banking niew semester. Members of the squad
upo Ahe return to eligibility of Ray will work out at every possible op-
Altanhof, one of the leading guards portunity during the next two weeks
of the Western Conference last in order to keep in the condition,
yer. Should Altenhof be ready to which they have built up in the
step Hinto uniform, it is doubtful as past two weeks of intensive train-
to ftist what the lineup of the ing.-J
Wolves would' be, but it is at least Wolverine Heavies Strong..
cettain that he would not be award- . In the heavier weights the Wol-
ed one of the guard berths unless verines should have little difficultyj
he definitely established his super- in winning the bouts as they will
Ioritg over the two present kccu- be represented by Al Reif at 165j
pants, Ivy Williamson 4nd Hank pounds, Dougovito at 175 and Stod-~
Wels. dard in the heavyweght. All three
Michigan's conquest of Ohio State men have had considerable experi-
by a 38-25 score last Thursday ence on the mat and have tasted
(Continued on Page 7) very little of defeat.

Mat Star

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NATATORS FEARFUL
Of WILDCAT POWER

FASTGAME?
Cagers Rest 108 Times Per
Tilt, Statistics Show.

- (Sperial to 'Thc Daily)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Jan. 30.-
Opening of New Semester Will Basketball is one of the fastest
Determine Rating Against sports, but it appears not to be as
Conference Foes. strenuous as its critics often claim.
FromI letailed statistics of a inu-
With the preliminary season of ber' of Sig. Ten games,, Coach Ever-
thnmetscopetedmnarhseat ett S. Dean of Indiana university!
tank meets completed, Coach Matt finds the following facts:
Mann's swimmers are facing a ses-I There are a total of 108 interrup-
sion of concentrated study for tops in the average basketball game.
exams before getting in shape for The actual playing time of an
the regular season following the entire game is 29 minutes 30 sec-
layoff.' The last engagement was
the exhibition meet over at Jack- The g
son high last Wednesday night. Th;vrg playing period with-
t is a good time for the Wolver-out interruption is 16.3 seconds..
ines to take stock of just where The longest playing periods with-
they stand in the bid for swimming ot sops average two minutes and
theystad i th bi fo 22seconds,.
-honors this year. The meet with T~The shortest period is one second.
the Detroit Yacht Club last week Thre are 22 fouls in the average
was anything but startling as far game.
as excellence of performance is There are 19 jump balls in the
concerned and was a distinct dis- average game.
appointment to many followers There are 31 center jumps in the
who were looking for some record average game.
times. The average number of free
Furthermore, that meet demon- throws is 14.gr
strated the fact that Northwest- The average number of out-of-
ern is going to make the Wolves bounds is 38.
step some to retaif theirhWestern Eighteen baskets are the average
Conference title. Just the week number scored per game.
previous to the Wolverine meet, the Paul Balay and Art Thomas, for
Wildcats took the D. Y. C. team mer Indiana athletes,tkeeping watch
(Continued on Page 7) from the presbox, have obtained
the above statistics from Indiana's

Al Reif,t who is scheduled to
wrestle in the 165-pound division
for the Maize and Blue matmen
when they encounter Northwestern
in Yost Field house, February 15th.
This will be the opening Big Ten
meet for the Wolverines.

16TEAMS REMAIN 'UNDEFEATED r en games with Notre Dame,
Purdue, Northwestern, Illipois, Min-
IN INTRAMURAL CAGE LEAGUES' nesota, Iowa and Pittsburgh.
St. Thoma's Cage Team
By Charles A. Sanford Phi Gams, three and one. This may Piles Up o
Now that exams are here again mean a runaway for the Deltas or ______
all team activities have ceased at there may be some dark horses hid- Handicapped by the loss of a
the Intramural Building and there j den. large amount of veteran material,
is a goodly number of basketball A.K.L. Wins Three. the St. Thomas High School court
teams who can sit back and rest The two leagues of "C" play have team has nevertheless piled up an
one undefeated team apiece. A.KL. pressi record n its early sesn
comfortably on an unbeaten record has won three, defeating the chain-
to date. No less than 16 are thus pion Sigma Chi's for their one loss, o last year's squad graduated,
St nreer ad .A.E. stands alone in their three men were lost through age
ternity and one in d e p e n den tagDE.with a onerinmphir and one through the nine-semester
leagues. league with a trio of triumptes here iule. The death, last spring, of Ben
Four Teams Outstanding. wounted to k at ese I Hallen, captain of the 1931 "Fight-
The bulk of these \ undefeated for you never know what these ing Irish" also removed a valuable
teams are found in the 16 leagues teams will do to each other.mawhwolhvead.ntr
ofamraternt "A"n comptithion, tea Three clear slates remain in In- man who would have had another
of faterity A" cmpettion. thre eason of competition'. However,. the
being 10 in all here. outeamsr dependent basketball but there will s.
tstn din a o tesbe several more leagues started system of in erclass and secondary
Betas witng amnhold ithese. Th after finals. The undefeated to date team competition introduced by
for scoring having a 52-6 massacre ar'e the Dark Horses, two games, the Coach John M. Lynch has taken
g gd tFalcons with three, and Mt. Royals fruit and furnished a wealth of new
to their credit, but last year's chain-wtthe.Tercn Independent material for this year's team.'
pions, the Alpha Sigs have clicked with three. The recent Jimmy Walsh diminutive for-
three times without a loss and loo'r Day resulted in quite a few new
capble ofdeendng her lures.teams being organized to fill out ward, has continued the hot~ pace
capable-of defending their laurels. the ranks of the non-fraternity he set last year. His brilliant sharp-
Trigon and Theta Chi have teams menk shooting is still the outstanding
that are going to be hard to beat m.scoring weapon of the team.Capt,
and. theyr While these teams are resting Jringw the t
four-straight magin at present. (taking finals) and seem to be nle is still playing the tight
Alpha Dens Strong, headed for honorable recognition at _ (Continued on age 7)
But with six more unbeaten least, the fact that some of them
teams in the running it's nobody's' have completed more than four of
honors Vet. The A.T.O.'s, the Alpha their required first six games of
Delts, and Phi Mu Delta, and the league competition must be kept in
Hermitage d'o not want their four- mind. Upsets, while unlikely this
win records, overlooked; and may late and in the case of undefeated
cause some trouble before the finals teams, are always liable to pop up
are wiped off at Open House, March and spoil 'the dope at the last min-
23. Phi Alpha Kappa and Pi Kappa ute.._
Alpha hold three wins without a
defeat as well, so there are plenty -
of teams left to fight it out for the T-Y P E W RI T I NG
fraternity championship. M I WE 0 G R A P H I N -
In "B" competitioi.- the Delts ratny nd nea ly d no in
stand alone as undefeated wifa oar. own sho by etent
three victories, though there are o erators amod rates.
six leagues. The rest are tied uo 0 D. M 0 R R I L L
featuring the defending champion-,: s Slate St. ,Ann Arbor.
Sigma Chi, two and two, and the
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bidiana, Northwestern, Illinois,
Will See Only Extensive
Campaigns.
Few cage contests are scheduled
in the Big fTen race for the next
two weeks, with most of the ath-
letes of the conference undergoing
examinations and the coaches tem-
porarily suspending operations to
further the scholastic standings of
their charges with a view to eligibil-
ity.
The Northwestern quintet, after
their clash with Ohio State last
night, goes i n t o
seclusion until the
evening of Feb. 8,
when the Purple
five meets Indi-
ana. The Hoosiers,
:.incidentally w ill
see more action
during the next
few weeks than
any other confer-
ence aggregation.
On Feb 4,, they
meet Marquette,
which should be
WARD 'P G6Y'LAMBERT able to provide at
least some excitement for the In-
diana fans. After the contest with
the first-placePurple, the Indiana
cagers must meet >another tough
quintet frdm Minnesota on the
thirteenth. Two days later, the
Hoosiers will tangle with Wiscon-
sin.
Lambert, Purdue's outstanding
coach, will have a chance to re-
deem himself for the defeat the
Boilermakers suffered from the II-
lini some time ago, in the real cam-
paign a few weeks hence. For the
next fortnight, however, Purdue's
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