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On Winning,
es in Thriller


N orthwestern

ation periods
aining for the
sketball teams
the results of
last Saturday

an, in the first game of
ad semester, played at
ation Hall at East Lans-
f the early session victory
Spartans was any criter-
.d have won easily. But
final gun sounded at the
o overtime periods, State
he big end of a 14 to 13
ne of the squad were .at
shooting form, easy shots
issed frequently. Bright
the game were the work
d at forward, who led the
h five points, the fine de-
lay of Hank Weiss, and
n of Ray Altenhof to the
sition which he filled so
year. Altenhof played on-
t time but his work was
'rom the standard that
a one of the best guards
nference last year.
Vildeats Surprised.
estern's surprise defeat at
s of the sophomore quin-
Iowa makes the Big Ten
e of a scramble than ever
[lgan, Minnesota, and Pir-
riven an equal chance to

L -
Harmon Wolfe, distance man on
M ichigan's track squad thi; season,
and member of the two-nile relay
team which won that event at the
West Virginia Relays at Morgan-
town last Saturday.
Chemists Undefeated
in Volleyball League

Swimmers Planning I
I PLAYESSAmbitious Program
BECOMEIEIIBE fo Next Few Weeks
After a somewhat strenuous drill J
to recuperate from J-Hop activities,
Sindles, MacCollum Are Barred Coach Matt Mann's natators are
From Second Semester coming around into shape for ac
series of meets which will keep
Competition. them busy until the Nationals int
. Ineligibility r o b b e d Michigan's March. A squad o twelve men will
spo'open the second semester's activ-
hockey team of MacCollum, sopho- ities tomorrow night at the GrandE
more defenseman, and Harold Sin- Rapids Y.M.C.A. pool. Friday night s
ies, substitute frontlineman for the same contingent is scheduled
the second semester matches. How- to give 'an exhibition at Culverl
ever Bill Wiliams, who won his let- Military Academy and the follow-
ter last year as a defenseman, was ing evening the swimmers will 1
reinstated by the eligibility com- demonstrate their prowess at thei
mittee, and will give Coach Eddie Indianapolis Athletic Club.
Lowery a seasoned veteran in Mac- The team which is scheduled to
collum's position. make these trips includes Capt.t
Defeated Detroiters. Miller, Smith, Ladd, Kennedy,
Last Saturday t h e Wolverine Schmeiler, Cristy, Degener, Drys-
pucksters defeated the White Star dale, Marcus, Lemak, Sanborn and
hockey team from Detroit, who are Fenske. Michigan State swimmers
one of the leaders in the Southeast- will make up the opposition in a
ern Michigan Amateur league, 3 to meet at that insitution Feb. 24.
2. Captain Tompkins kept the vi-MinetawithatpinttionFeb.24
itors at bay for two periods but al- Minnesota will open the Big Ten
lowed two~,ong shots to cross the schedule here Feb. 27 followed by
goal line in the last period. Northwestern March 4.
Playing without MacCollum and Tickets are already on sale for
Sindles, Lowery's team had a diffi- the National Championships to be
cult time with their offensive game. .held in the Intramural pool March
Without Sindles to substitute in the 25 and 26, Coach Matt Mann an-
front line, Crossman, Reid, David nounced yesterday. They may be
and Frumkes had the play for long- obtained at Harry Tillotson's office
er intervals without rests. in the Administration building.
Reid Leads Scoring. Trials are scheduled for the first
Michigan scored in each period day with the finals on Saturday.
with Emmy Reid leading the scor-
ing. Reid assisted Crossman and NOTICE TO PIANISTS
David with their two tallies in the Tryouts for pianist with the
first two sessions and he scored varsity gymnastics team will be
alone in the third. Coach Lowery held Wednesday night, February
used this game as a warm-up for 17, in the auxiliary gymnasium
the two Conference matches with of the Intramural sports build-
Wisconsin here this week-end. ing. Only men need apply.
Bill Williams is expected to re- W. D. West, Coach.
port today and Coach Lowery has
a rugged training schedule ready --fo h m-an f r to e h ei
for him, in an effort to get him in -I----
first class condition for the matches
Friday and Saturday nights. VARSITY
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^ 611 East Liberty Street

in 70-Yard Dash.
Five members of Michigan's in-'

for Telegraphic Meets.
Led by Willis Ward the freshman

the West Virginia relays, held atj
Morgantown last week end. l
Don Renwick, sophomore sprint--
er, proved himself a real star by
stepping out to win the 70 yard
dash. In anntxing the dash event
the Michigan speedster defeated
Kelly, of Georg ,town, one, of the
leading dash men in the cast, and
I.C.A.A.A.A. champion. R e n w i c k
twice equalled the record of :07.2,
once in the semi-final trial, and
again in the finals.

preparation for the coming series
of dual telegraphic meets, the first
of which is now only a month away.
1Meets have been carded with Il-
linois, Ohio State, Minnesota, and

Renwick Twice Equals Record Yearling Cinder Squad Pointing

The 'other four men comprised a
two mile relay which flashed to vic-
tory over Michigan State and sev-
eral of the outsanding squads in
the east. The men on the winning
Wolverine team were Turner, star
half-miler, Lemen, DeBaker, mid-
dle distance man and Harman
Wolfe, stellar performer in the
longer distances.
The performance of Renwick, a
sophomore, is extremely encourag-
ing, as the graduation of Eddie
Tolan last June left the Maize-and-
Blue thinclads without a star per-
former in the sprints.

Ward, former star at Detroit
Northwestern high school, and
holder of the interscholastic high
jump mark, has established two
new yearling records and tied a
third. Ward leaped 6 ft., 3 in., in
the high jump for one mark and
set another by running the 65 yard
low hurdles in :08.5. He also tied
the best time din the low hurdle
Squad Is Strong.
An impressive array of talent,
comparing very favorably with
other seasons, is present this year.
Besides Ward, :Morgan, Foster, and
Pantlind are outstanding in the
hurdles. There are five goodl broad
jumpers orn the squad, including
McKoewn , Schell, Wen d1an d,
Sehwenger, and Reynolds. The
weight events are not boastingainy:
extraordinary performers, however,
but newcomers may easily fill the

Michigan Squad Tak(
Championship of
at Detroit.

Michigan's squash tea
ed of six. men, won. the
B squash championship
last week. The squad, co
three students, two grad
a faculty member swep;
versity Club aside in
match, a victory by Jo0
proving the deciding fa
John Reindel, Ernie S
Vick, Harris Nelson, E
and John Wilson were t:
of the winning squad
match will be played wi
versity Club group on 'T
7:30 o'clock in t h e
courts. The Detroit tea
composed of former Mi
including Doug Roby, P
and Tom Paddock. Th
will bring a 12 man sc
All Battery men plc
to the Field House t
2 o'clock.
Rasy Fisher, Baseball

door track team won high places in track team is working out daily in

Victories over the Army and the
Engineers enabled the Chemistry
teams to remain unbeaten in the
faculty volleyball competition, the
Chemists having won five consecu-
tive matches. The Engineers drop-
ped into last place by bowing to the
bits, 15-1; 15-5. The Lits moved in-
to second place by virtue of this
win. The Mathematics team won
their third match of the' tourney
by . defeating the Architects, 15-6
16-12; 8-15; 15-11.
The standings to date are:
% . JW L

ta, after defeating Mich-
e second contest between
teams, was conceded an'
h during the rest of the
it Indiana upset all the
efeating the Gophers, 27
hie fighting Hoosiers, led
L substitute forward, prov-
ich for the powerful Go-
. successf-ully avenged the
on defeat at Minneapolis.
'urdue Wins Two.
after winning two and
before exams, came back
same smooth offense they
in early games, and won
s while most of the other
re idle. A week ago they
Ohio State in an over-
od, 38 to 33 and on Sat-
ished a weak Chicago five
,o 27 score.
rid Illinois were the other
action over the week-end,
er making it two in a row
e Indians by a 29 to 26

Chemists - -.. . ...5
Lits -. - - -. . .. . 3
Mathematics - ..... ..... 3
Architects -..-..-. 1
Armyer .-... ..-- . 1
Engineers -.-.-1




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