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AY, MARCH 15, 1932

THE MICHIGAN DATLY

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TOMPKINS TO PLAY
HIS FINALCONTEST
Wolverines Will Seek First Win
of Season Over Maroon
Pucksters.
Chatham ends Michigan's hockey
season here tonight when the two
sextets clash at 8 o'clock on the
Coliseum ice.
The Canadian visitors hold a
two-game lead over the Wolver-
ines with decisions of 3-2, and 7-3.
The first was the first game of the
season while the other score was
piled up at Chatham last Friday
night.
This will be the last chance that
Michigan ice fans will have to see
Coach Lowrey's team inhaction this
season. The Maize and Blue skat-
ers are thoroughly incensed over
the pair of defeats and have prom-
ised an exciting return match to-
night.
Teams Came to Blows.
At Chatham last Friday the
teams came to blows several times
when the flashing forms were piled
up in the corners. Neither team
was to blame more than the other,
but Michigan seemed to get th(.
worst of the -punishment at all
times.
If Jack Tompkins can last out
tonight's game, he will have played
every minute of every game since
he became eligible. Unless an acci-
dent interferes with the course of
the match tonight, he will have
compiled the best record of any
hockey player that ever attended
Michigan.
Compiles Favorable Record.
He has been on two Western
Conference championship hockey
teams and was selected as the All-
American goalie last year. These
honors coupled with his remark-
able continuous-service record for
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Chatham

Tonight in Last

Returns to Fold

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Defeat of Trackmen
Is Disappointment
Performances by Ed Russell,
Don Renwick Encouraging.

NATATORS PREPARE
FOR NATIONAL MEET
Swamp of Northwestern Rivals
Good Sign of Tanksters'
Inherent Strength.
Not contented with a clean sweep
of the Conference this year, includ-
ing the setting of new records and
a victory Saturday in the Big Ten
meet at Chicago, Michigan's natat-

By Brian W. Jones.
Needless to say, the failure of
Coach "Chuck" Hoyt's Wolverine
track team to come through in the
finals of the Big Ten meet was a
distinct disappointment to all who
follow the fortunes of the Maize
and Blue closely. However, there

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is much that can be said to help ors must keep going for another The heavyweight title will be at
alleviate the distress, two weeks drilling constantly for stake in the semi-finals as the
First, the Wolverines were the National Intercollegiates to be 4 State A. A. U. tryouts will be held
beaten by a fine team. Indiana held here on the 26th of the present on the night of the All-Campus
had just about everything a month. Finals and Jack Slater is picked to
good team should have and the Saturday's victory was surprising rush through the opposition to-
Hoosiers deserve a full incas- in many ways. In the first place, morrow night.
urn; of credit for their thrilling the Maize and Blue swimmers pil- i The giant Michigan star will
vidory. In addition to the fine cd up a total of 42 points to win, meet W. Kupfer, the hard-hitting
showgin of the Hoosiers as a *nd thus overtopped Northwestern, youngster that will out-reach the
team, several of the individual -heir nearest riv'al by some thirteen famed heavyweight boxer. This
pzzfornances will remain on markers. Northwestern is general- fight will culminate the best pro-
the record books for a long ly estimated to have one of the best gram that Coach Philbin has ever
re to come. tank teams of the entire country, Iplaced before the University fight
Of course, the outstanding per- and is no mean foe. However, the . akVh pfans.
formance of the entire show was Purple's strength seems to be too igan's stellar goalie, who will pl ans.y
the brilliant mile ruh by Henry strongly concentrated in the free hi final game tonight. In his Bollock, t h e light - heavyweight
Brcsmih rckmt' tm a ;syethreeseasons between the postsBolktielgh-havwgt
Brocksmith. Brocksmith's time was style events, with too little empha- class will produce another bout fill-
the third fastest collegiate mile sis being laid on the other divisions. he has played every minute ofev- ed with fireworks. Both boys are
ever accomplished, indoors or out- The Wolverines, at Chicago last cry game. . ___ _
doors, and the fastest ruu in the week-end accounted for five firsts,
middle west this year. Not satis- two seconds, and two thirds out of All second semester freshmen
fled with this particular feat, the eigt events, shatering two confer-~iterested in trying out for foot- ROWN-CRESS
flying Hoosier topped off his eve- ence records as they did so. This ball manager report at Yost
ning's work by smashing the Con- was against an excellent quality of Field house tonight at 8 o'clock,
ference mark for the two-mile run. competition, and'it is significant to Louis Colombo, Manager.
But to get back to the Wol- note that the Maize and Blue na-
verines. Don Renwick made the f tators placed at least one man in I N V ESTM E N T
experts sit up and take notice j each event.
i cach event.ll 0 a a a f

Michigan
Tompkins
Chapman
Williams
Crossman
Reid
David
Michigan
Porte, Artz,

Pas.
G.
L.D.
R.D.
C.
L.W.
R.W.
Spares:
Coventry.

Chatham
Peardon
Cu res
Roubeli
Hinnegan
W.Stevens
A.Stevens
Frumkes,
. Chatham

Spares: Dawson, Murell, Sadler,
Smith, Jones.
three complete seasons of hockey,
will make his record the outstand-
ing one in Michigan hockey.
The Maroons have two fast-skat-
ing front lines with a veteran de-
fense. In goalie Peardon they have
one of the outstanding tenders of
Canada's amateur leagues. Reid
and Crossman had him beaten sev-
eral times last Friday night but on
only three occasions did they man-
age to completely evade him for
scores.
Chapman's injury over his eye
has partly healed and he will be
back in early-season form. Wil-.
liams will be at his best with sev-
eral weeks of fast practice in back
of him.
Wolverine Forwards Are Hurt.
However, Michigan's front line
will not be in as good shape as be-
fore the Minnesota matches. Cross-
man is still suffering from the
grueling 80-minute grind that the
first game with the Gophers turn-
ed out to be. He played 76 minutes
of the 80 and took a terrible beat-
ing on the legs and arms from the
rugged Northmen.
Reid was the fastest man on the"
ice last Sunday, the first practice
in preparation for this match, as
Crossman was handicapped with
sore legs.

Associated Press Phott
Charlie Borah, long time sprint
star from California, who is drilling
for the coming Olympic games,
hoping to regain the form that won
him a place on the American squad
in 1928. He has been idle for two
years.
HOOSIER MA TMEN
EQUAL OLD MARK!
Victory by Indiana in Wrestling
Meet Equals Wolves' Record.
Michigan's record in the Big Ten
for individual matches in a wrest-
ling meet was equaled for the first!
time in the conference title match'
last Saturday at Bloomington. In-
diana won four of the eight match-
,es, a feat performed only once be-
fore, by the Maize and Blue team
of a few years ago.
"The defeat was due principally
to bad breaks-bad breaks and
pretty keen competition," com-
mented Coach Keen, the mat men-
tor. The loss came as a surprise,
for Michigan was conceded a good
chance to win. The defeat of Cap-
tain Dougovito, the biggest sur-
prise, was due to the fact that his
opposition in the afternoon was
much harder than that scheduled
for the final round. The draws
were not seeded, and his opponent
managed to squeeze through to the
finals without any very difficult
matches.
Stoddard lost his match in two
overtime periods, having been in
the lead at the end of the main
bout. All the tilts were hard
fought and lost by only a narrow
margin.
Engineers Pull Upset
in Faculty Volleyball
In the Faculty volley ball league
this week, the lowly Engineers
sprang a surprise by winning over
the first defeat for the Li terary-ut
2-15, 15-6, 3-15, 15-7, 15-13. This is
the first defeat of the Literary out-
fit.
The Architects maintained their
hold on last place by losing anoth-
er game to the Lits by a score of
15-1, 15-5, 15-7.
League standings: Lits, won 6,
lost 1; Chemists, won 7, lost 2;
Mathematics, won 5, lost 3; Engin-
eers, won 3, lost 5; Army, won 2,
lost 7; Architects, won 1, lost 6.

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when he broke the tape at the
end of the 60-yard dash in 6.2
seconds. This equals the world's
record held by DeHart Hubbard
and others. If Renwick can
continue this form he is a cer-
tainty for an Olympic berth.
The showing of Capt. Ed Russell
was equally encouraging to Mich-
igan track fans. Although Russell's
feat in breaking the Big Ten 440-1
yard mark is probably not com-
parable from the point of view of
brilliance to that of Renwick's,
still it ranks as one of the outstand-
ing achievements ofthe winter
season. There is every reason to
believe that the powers who pick
the American team to compete at
Los Angles this summer will give
Russell an awfully good look be-
fore relegating him to the ranks of
the vice-presidents.
Jack Keller, Ohio State hurd-
ling ace, ran into a bad break
in the semi-finals of the 70-
yard high hurdles. Keller beat
the field to the tape, but the
fact that he knocked over two
hurdles in so doing disqualified
him in the heat and eliminated
him from further considera-
tion.

The Michigan team boasts three
.sophomores with sufficient talent
to place in the Big Ten. Jim Cris-
ty took the 440-yard free style,
crashing his way through to a
conference championship in his
first year of conference competi-
tion. Taylor Drysdale did the same
in the backstroke, and Dick De-
gener, stellar diver, took second in
his event. The only individual rec-
ord which fell to Michigan's on-
slaught i n the meet went to
Schmieler in the 220-yard free
style.
Now the attention of Coach Mann
and the entire squad is devoted to
giving the visiting competitors in
the Intercollegiates as warm a wel-
coimie as possible-
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