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3, 1932 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TH
verine Quintet Ends Season Against Oio Stat

s

INIELS AND WEISS
3 CLOSE CAR EERS

Michigan

Fencers

Win

From

Cadillac

Athletic Ch

Plays

in Final Game

Maize and Blue Five Holds Win
Over Buckeyes in Previous
Clash at Columbus.
TILT STARTS AT 7:30
Game Will Bring Bitter Rivals
Together Again.
By Sheldon C. Fullerton.
Michigan's basketball quintet will
wind up its season's schedule to-
morrow night when it tackles Ohio
State's oft-defeated Buckeye cag-
ers at 7:30 o'clock in Yost Field
House. The game will have no
bearing on the final outcome of the
Big Ten race, but will bring to-
gether two teams that have been
bitter rivals in almost every sport
in which they have competed over
a period of years.
Conclude Brilliant Careers.
Norm Daniels, captain and for-
ward of the Wolverine cagers, and
Hank Weiss, flashy guard, will play
their last games in a Maize and
Blue uniform a-
gainst the Buck-
eyes. Both o f
these tmen will be
concluding brilli-
ant careers o n
the h a r d wood ,
court for Mich-
igan, the former
having been a
leading scorer of
the Western con-
ference d u r i n g
the last two sea-
sons, and the lat- DANIELS
ter having concluded a sensational
season at guard after having play-
ed a forward position during his
first two years on the team.
Ohio State's aggregation has had
rough sledding in late games, after
having proved a sensation in the
early days of the conference race.
Michigan holds one decision over
them in the first game between the
two teams at Columbus.
Lineup Remains Intact.
Bobby C'olburn an d Herbert
Brown are the probable starters at
forward for the Buckeyes, although
the colorful Bob Lively and John
Fugitt both may see some service.
Conrad is the likely starter at cen-
ter, while Captain Joe Hoffer and
Howard Mattison will team togeth-
er at the guards.
Michigan's lineup will probably
remain the same as in all of the
other games, with Norm Daniels
and "Whitey" Eveland sharing the
forward positions, E d Garner
jumping cetner, and Hank Weiss
and Ivy Williamson handling the
guard berths. The only possible
change may result in sending Dan-
iels to center and Petrie to Dan-
ny's forward position.
Purdue Ends Season
Big Ten basketball comes to a fi-
nal close for 1932 with tomorrow
night's game. Purdue, playing Chi-
cago at Chicago, will undoubtedly
be the victor. Minnesota will meet
Wisconsin at Madison and can be
expected to display some fast play-
ing, for if it wins tomorrow's game
it shares second place with North-
western. Indiana encounters Illi-
nois at Champaign and has an ex-
cellent chance to break even.
Johnny Wooden, one of the most
outstanding players of the year in
intercollegiate basketball, will lead
the Purdue offense, with Ray Eddy
and Jack Kellar as forwards.
FRESHMAN TENNIS
The 15 top ranking Freshman
tennis players report at Intra-
mural building Monday after-
noon, March 7, betwec 1 and 3
o'clock.
JOHN JOIINSTONE,
Tennis Coach.

OVERWHELM FOES
TO GAINDECISIONi
Quarrel Causes Judge to Leave
Floor; Place Taken by State
Three Weapon Champ.
Michigan defeated the Cadillac
Athletic club fencing team yester-
day afternoon before the match
was three-quarters completed. The
final score was, Michigan, 13 bouts;
C. A. C., 4 bouts.
Spectators were treated to some
unexpected excitement when Bris-
tol, C. A. C., calmly suggested to
the judges that they learn a little
more about fencing before attempt-
ing to referee another match; Chief
Judge Loiseau took offense at this
remark and promptly walked off,
the floor. No amount of persuas-
ion would bring him back, so Sauer,
C. A. C., former national three
weapon champion in the senior di-
vision and present state three
weapon champion in the same di-
vision, took his place.
Michigan won the foils, 6 to 3.
Reamer of Michigan was the star'
in this class by winning all three
of his bouts. The Wolverines
cleaned up the epee matches with
a 4 to 0 score. Johnstone's men
won the sabers, 3 to 1. De Tuscan,
former Michigan fencing mentor,
captured the lone bout for the Cad-
illac club.
In the foils Reamer defeated
Sauer, 5 and 4; Mayer of the Wolves
took Benham, 5 to 1; Lovell gained
a 5 to 3 win over the Cadillac rep-
resentative, Bristol. In his second
foils encounter Reamer again won,
defeating Bristol, 5 to 2; Sauer o[
the Detroit team defeated Mayer,
5 and 1; Bristol took the Michigan
representative, Mayer, 5 to 4.
In the first epee contest Winig
of Michigan defeated Soucek, 3 to
2; Nahrgang, Michigan, took Hay-
den by the same score, and then de-
feated Soucek, 3 to 2; and Winig
Stook the last bout over Hayden. 3
to 0. In the saber de Tuscan out-
pointed Little, 5 to 2; De Stefano,
Wolverine captain, defeated Sa-
vich in the next bout, 5 to 4;and
De Stefano defeated de Tuscan, 5
and 4.
Sixteen Remain.

NEW BROOKLYN MANAGER GIVES ADVICE TO ROOKIES

DANIEILS SELECTE1
Cappon Names Wolverine Ca
tain to Center Post; Weiss at
Guard on Second Team.
Norm Daniels, captain of t
Varsity basketball team, and o
of the leading contenders for co
ference scoring honors, was selec
ed by Coach Franklin Cappon I
the center post on his mythic
All-Conference five.
Hank Weiss, diminutive guai
was named at guardton the seco
team selected by the Michig
coach.

Max Carey, new manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, is shown here as he opened his field campaign by
passing out some advice to a group of young pitchers at the Brooklyn spring training camp in Clearwater,
Fla. Left to right: Carey, Vickers, Mlingo, Mattingly, Jones, Gallivan and Crider.

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE BATTLE
TIGHTENS AS PLAYOFFS APPROACH
New York Rangers Keep Lead Montreal are waging a furious bat-

in American Division.
By Fred A. Huber.
Reaching the final stretch of
eight games in the National Hock-
ey League, the race has narrowed
in one division and lengthened out

tle for the top place in the Inter-
national division, with playotf po-
sitions assured to both. Starting
the season at the bottom of the
heap, Sprague Cleghorn has final-
ly brought his Montreal Maroon
sextet into third place and they.

Wolverine Baseball
Schedule AnnouncedI
Michigan's baseball card for this
year has been drawn up with ten
conference opponents following
practice games with Normal every
other day from April 9 to the 18th.
The card is as follows: Opener,

Teaming with Daniels on thi
first team, Cappon has named Joc
Reiff of Northwestern at forward
Last year Reiff led the conference
in scoring but this season he hay
had to give way to Wooden of Pur-
due, and Daniels. As Reiff's run-
ning mate, Cappon named Moffitt
sensational sophomore forware
from Iowa.
At the guards, Co-captain John
ny Wooden of Purdue and Licht o
Minnesota were named. Wooden'
selection was the easiest of the lo
to pick as he is playing the sam
brand of ball this year that mad
him an All-American selection las
year. At the present time, he i
leading the conference in scorin
Weiss' teammates on the secon
quintet are Eddy of Purdue an
Robinson of Minnesota at the for
wards, Johnson, Northwesteri
holding down the center post, an
Captain Joe Hoffer of Ohio Stat
at the other guard.

Hank Weiss, who plays at guard
tomorrow night in. the last game
of the season with Ohio State,
closes his brilliant college career
after three years of conference
competition.
CLASS 'A' CAGERS
SE'T FOR PLAYOFF
Although five leagues have not
yet been completed, class "A" fra-
ternity basketball playoffs have
been drawn up in a schedule. The
quarter-finals should come March
17, the semis on'March 21, and the
finals as usual at the annual Open
House March 23.
In this playoff meet four teams
have been seeded in approved man-
ner, and the houses this year are
Alpha Sigma Phi, last year's cham-
pions, Beta Theta Pi, favored to
win this year, Trigon and Lambda
Chi Alpha. These teams are ex-
pected to meet in the quarter-final
rounds, unless eliminated.
At best only a tentative schedule
can be announced now butt as such
we have: Lambda Chi Alpha vs.
Hermitage; Sigma Phi Epsilon vs.
Theta Chi; Phi Gamma Delta prob-
ably vs. Pi Kappa Alpha; Trigon
vs. Alpha Tau Omega; Beta Theta
Pi vs. Acacia or Phi Kappa Psi;
Phi Mu Delta vs. Delta Kappa Ep-
silon or Tau Kappa Epsilon; Alpha
Delta Phi probably vs. Delta Sigma
Phi; and Alpha Sigma Phi vs. eith-
er Alpha Kappa Lambda or Phi
Alpha Kappa. Play begins at the
earliest convenience of the contes-
tants this week.
The Cleveland baseball team sign
up the two outstanding amateur
players in the city each year and
farm them out. Joe Vosmik is an
example of this practice.

in the other. hold a comfortable margin over the April 23, Illinois, here; April 2,
In the American division the tail-end New York Americans. Western State Teachers, here; Ap-t
New York Rangers are having no ril 30, Western State at Kalama-
trouble in holding their place at ;
the top, and seem almost sure of zoo; May 3, Michigan State, here;
an opportunity to battle for the NOTICE. May 6, Iowa at Iowa City; May 7,
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Falcons, by persistent improve- atYsFilhoeonTedy Ohio, here; May 17, Normal at Yp-
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win on home have forced their March 8, after 2 o'clock. 21, Illinois, there; May 25, Mich-
way out of ce Ray Fisher, igan State, there; May 28, Chicago,
place, Baseball Coach here; and May 30 and 31, Ohio
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