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STAND I VN
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Meets Eastern Star

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intown's Outstanding Star
11 Grapple With Mosier
in 155-Pound Bout.
y the Wolverine takes to the
sins of West Virginia, meet-
at state's university on the
itown mat this evening.
two teams will enter the ring
1 terms in regards to the last
etings between them. In'1929
)untaineers managed to eke
one point victory- over the
and Blue grapplers who were
apped bytl-e loss of several
r outstanding performers. At
gagement last winter the
ines scored a smashing de-
the West Virginians, win-
9to5. E
Wolves Drop Two.
season Michigan has chalk-
a single win against two
ought losses. However, bot
ks were suffered at the hands"
w o exceptionally powerful
Michigan State and North-
n, and the scores were ex-
gly close.
Virginia split even in meets
)hlo State and Penn State,
ig from the former and bow-
* a two-point margin to the
Michigan's biggest test will
>ly come in the 155-pound
n which the Mountaineers are

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IMPORTANT TLSCAAINSLA}
SET FOR__TONIGHT INMAO LOOP
Northwestern, Purdue to Settle Maple Leafs, Canadiens Dom
Supremacy of Conference nate Play in International c
dt Lafayette. Hockey Section.
Important'light on the outcome Two hockey teams are dominat-
of the conference cage race will be ing play in the International divis-
thrown by the contests scheduled ion of the National Hockey League.
for tonight. The title struggle was They are the cup defending Mon-
recently intensified by the sensa- treal Canadiens and the Toronto
tional upsets of Northwestern and Maple Leafs. The two clubs are al-
Minnesota, rated as two of the fin- most on even terms battling for the
est quintets in the Big ten. top position and the surety of . a
In the feature battle of tonight, place in the play-offs: Connie
the Purple will clash with Purdue, Smythe's Toronto sextet started off
victims early :n the season of the the*season with a surprising rush to
fighting Illini. Whether the Wild- forge into first place, with the
cats can stage a comeback after a youthful forward wall of Joe Pri-
serious upset will be demonstrated meau, Harvey Jackson and Charlie
in this important contest. Conacher doing the majority of the
Minnesota, after taking their offensive work. An injury to Con-
third defeat of the year at-the acher put the line out of commis-
hands of Illinois on Monday night sion, and Red Hoer, burly defen-
face Wisonin. uTh opther arneh vie man) is also on the hospital;
favored to win out over the ninth-list.
place Badgers. Ohio State, after Opened Slowly.
taking a setback from the Wildcats The colorful, fast-skating Mon-
Monday, should add another item treal squad opened the year quite
to the credit side of their confer- slowly but they have come to the
ence ledger by taking Chicago. The foreground during the past month.
Maroons have not won a Big Ten Lepine and Morenz, the ever-dang-
game this season, and have undis- erous center, have been leading
puted possession of tenth place. tors in th rapid rie of
Indiana is favored. to win over champions.
the Hawkeyes in tonght's contest A battle for the third play-off po-
at the Iowa stronghold. However, sition is being waged between the
both teams seem rather definitely Montreal Maroons and, the star
out of the reckoning as far asspangled New York Americans. The
placing in the race is concerned, Americans surprised the dopesters
and the game is not rated as an with their opening rush but the
important one. power has gradually dwindled until-
they have fallen into the cellar po-
Jarvirs Hicks on List sis A weak and uncertain de-
ifense largely responsible for the
of Ineiiees plight of Eddie Gerrard's athletes.
Shift Forwards.
Another unexpected blow to this The red-white-and-blue six has
semester's athletic hopes in the constantly shifted forwards with
spring sports fell yesterday 1vhen it their player farm at New Haven, of
was learned that Jarvis Hicks, one the Canadian-American circuit in
of the star golfers of the Wolver- an effort to find a clicking combi-
ine links squad, was inqligible due nation. Normie Himes is' playing
to marks received in the semester the best hockey of the New York
just concluded. forwards, although the Detroit
Hicks has had an excellent rec- castoffs, McInenly and Filmore are
ord with the golfers, but ran into doing their share.
some hard luck last year, when an A good defense is at last secured
operation prevented him from tak- by the Montreal Maroons, accord-
ing his place with the squad. ing to Manager Sprague Cleghorn.

Six Gymnasts Go to Columbus
for Contest.

Coach West and his Varsity gym-
nastic team entrained for Colum-
bus, Ohio yesterday afternoon
where the~y will meet the Buckeye
aggregation in the firsthconference
meet of the season.
The varsity squad which made
the trip was made up of Parker,
who won two first places in the
Turnverein meet last week, Ponto,
winner of first place-in to mbling In
the meet with the Germans, the
Steinberg twins, Abe and Harry,
Ellsworth and Lassila.
A week ago Friday, the gymnasts'
lost to the Turnverein outfit in De-
troit in a closely contested meet by
a 238 to 227 score and are up against
another s t r o n g team tonight.
Coach Staley, Ohid mentor, is one
of the outstanding coaches in the
conference, and has a very strong
team comprised of Mercer, Sting,
Coons, axbury, Stone and Taylor.
Despite the strong aggregation;
with which they are competing, the
Wolves should give an excellent ac-
count of themselves this afternoon.

Will Captain Irish

Foilsmen Face Strong Oppos
in Buckeye Aggregatior
Varsity fencers will engag
competition in their second
ference meet of the season th
ternoon when they meet the
State swordsmen at Columbus
Only three men made the
yesterday afternoon along
Coach Johnstone due to the
ference rule curtailing the t
Captain DeStefano will be
Michigan representative in
sabre, Lovell will fight in the
and Winig in the epee. These
three men represented Michig;
the first conference meet with
cago last month, DeStefanc
Winig winning their matches,
Lovell lost his by a close scoi
The Wolverine squad will
against some stiff oppositioi
afternoon as the Buckeyes, 1
the versatile captain, Andrew
fer, have one of the strongest
in the Big Ten. So far this s
Kaufer has been undefeated
favorite event, the foil. He
most equally adept in the
two weapons and could gi
accreditable account of hims
a one-man-team. In the
Ohio will be represented py
fort and D'Amore will be th
trant in the epee.

Fencing, Gymnastic te
to Meet Ohio State Tc

Paul Host of LaCrosse, Wis., al-
ternate left end on the 1931 Notre
Dame football team, has been nam-
ed captain of the Irish eleven for
1932. Host alternated with Koskey
at the flank position on last sea-
son's team.
LOCAL MEN LOSE
IN SQUASH MATCH
Squash players of the University
Club of Detroit took the meet witj
t h e o a m p u s racquet-wielders
Thursday night, winning 14 out of
22 matches. The first half was fair-
ly well divided, with the Club team
taking but seven of twelve, but the

The two men who can be count-
ed on for a good share of the
Michigan point total are Parker and
Hilton Ponto. Parker 'was a dupli-
cate winner last week, winning first
place on the flying rings and tying
with Ponto for first in tumbling.
Besides Parker on the rings, Coach
West will probably use Ellsworth,
the Steinberg twins will work on
the side horse and the parallel bars,
Lassila and, Ponto will be the rep-
resentatives on the horizontal bar,
and Ponto and Parker will again
strive for points in tumbling.

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NOTICE.
The intramural pool will be
ed for cleaning and repairs
this noon until Monday noo

Oakley Make Debut.
um and Joe Oakley will
Varsity debuts tonight
the 118 and 126-pound
spectively. Landrum
o take his regular tutn
.western affair, follow-
luation of the Hawai-
le Texiera, because of
n Blair Thomas will be
ar 135-pound weight,
elliwell competing at
:sier will tackle the
tar at 155 pounds, and
Wilson will carry the.
opes at 165. Captain
will grapple a t 175
Cliff Stoddard will' be
the heavyweight bout.'

Art Mosier, holder of the state
A.A.U. championship in the 145-
pound division and sophomore mat
star, will wrestle the University of
West Virginia's outstanding star at
155 pounds in tonight's encounter
with the Mountaineers at, Morgan-
town.
INDIANA BEGINS TRAINING
Indiana university baseball can-
didates are warming up for their
spring diamond campaign. CoachI
Dean has his players studying tac-
tical, problems now and will soon
turn them loose in the big batting
cage in tie field house.

last ten went with one exception to
the visitors.
The feature match was between
Ernie Vick and Doug Roby, with
the latter winning, 3-1 for the in-
vaders. An upset for the evening
came when Fiske of the campus
took over Bruske, 3-1, after the lat-
ter had defeat'ed Vick a few days
ago.
Other Michigan victories were
acounted for by Westover defeating
Griffith, 3-0; Nelson over Marshall,
3-2; Riskey taking Leonard, 3-2;
Reindel deefating Hal Smith, 3-2;
Ernie Smith topping Bourke, 3-1;
Dort over Taylor, 3-1; and finally
Niehuss over Hal Smith. The last
match was the only one taken by
the local squad in the last ten goes.

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