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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1932

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Cappon Expected to Start Usual
Line-up in Game on Field
House Floor.
WOLVES HOLD VICTORY
Meanwell's Crew Determined to
Get Revenge for Early
Season Loss.
By Sheldon C. Fullerton.
Coach Walter Meanwell, one of
the country's foremost exponents
of the cage sport, will lead his Wis-
consin quintet against Michigan at
the field house at 7:30 o'clock Mon-
day night.
Already victorious over the Badg-
ers in the first Western Conference
game of the season by a 24-18
score, the Wolverines will be fight-
ing tomorrow night to keep its
place as high as possible in the Big
Ten standings. At the same time
the Cardinal five, a disappointment
to Meanwell this season, will be out
for revenge against the Wolverines,
and determined to take its last few
games in an effort to climb as high
as possible in the Conference race.
Recalls Game in '29
Wisconsin's visit here tomorrow
night recalls their trip to Ann Ar-
bor in the last game of the 1928-29
season, with the Big Ten title hing-
ing on the outcome of the game.
On that memorable occasion, be-
fore one 'of the largest audiences
that ever jammed its way into the
huge field house, the Wolverines
came through with a brilliant tri-
umph to bring the Maize and Blue
up to a tie with the Badgers for
Conference honors.
It is possible that Coach "Cappy"
Cappon may try to insert some of
iis substitutes in-
to the Wisconsin
game in an effort
to get a line on
them f o r next
season, but it is
extremelydoubt-
ful if the regular
starting combin-
ation w ill be
broken up at leastr
during the early
stages o f t he
game. Norm Dan-
iels, who is right eLWAER MuWEwI.
in the center ofM
the race for Conference scoring
honors, will be getting one of his
last chances to add to his point to-
tal on the local court, while Eve-
land will share the forward posi-
tions with him. Garner is still the
first choice for, center, with Weiss
and Williamson firmly installed a
the starting guards.
Meanwhile Undecided
The aggregation that Coach
Meanwell will toss in against the
Maize and Blue is still unannounced
but it is probable that Captain
Mary Steen will pair with Ray
Wichman at the forward posts, with
Roy Oakes jumping center, and
Doug Nelson and Ken Ryckman
playing the guard positions. It is a
possibility that Harry Griswold will
see service at either a forward or
-enter positio.n In the last Mich-
igan game Steen was one of the high
point scorers for the Badgers, and
it is probable that he will draw Ivy
Willia mson against him tomorrow
night.
The game will be the second last
of the year, only Ohio State re-
maining on the Wolverine cage
schedule after tomorrow.
Princeton University is consider-
ing H. O. Crisler of Minnesota as Al
Wittmer's assistant.
"Capt. Kidd" Brewer of the 1931
Duke football team plans to become
a coach when he's through school.

Twenty-Seven Wolverines
Compete in BigField.

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Rollins Is High Point Man
Meet With 224 Points
to His Credit.

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Minnesota's c r a c k gymnastic
team gained their second victory in
two years over the Michigan tum-
blers by defeating them yesterday
afternoon in the Intramural build-
ing by a score of 1,004 to 862. More
than 300 spectators witnessed the
meet.

I-Ieading the list of athletic events
scheduled for this week is the State
A.A.U. meet which will be held in
Yost field house next Tuesday
night. The meet will attract the
cream of track and field stars from
all over Michigan.
Twenty-seven members of the
Michigan varsity and freshman
track teams will compete. Vaxrsity
track coach Charley Hoyt will with-
hold many of the members of his

Only in the side horse were the ----- - -- --- --
Wolverines able to gain more points T Teams Take Lead
than the Gophers, gathering 186 T ole a Lea
points to 183 for Minnesota. In this i Volleyball League
evnt onlyon point separated
even, n one Play in the faculty volleyball
Zapffe, Minnesota, and Abe Stein- tournament last week leaves the
berg, Michigan, the former taking Chemists and the Lits at the top ef
c rIn the flying rings, Ellsworth of the list. The latter team narrowed!
Adolph Luque (left), veteran pitcher obtained by the New York I Michigan, and Rollins, Minnesota, the gap by handing the Chemists
Giant; from Brooklyn, and Francis Healy, catcher, are not letting any I tied for individual first place with their only defeat, 15-8, 15-10, 4-15,
grass grow under their feet at the Giants' spring training camp in Los 71. 5 points each. Pottle, Minnesota, 15-9.
Angeles. The boys, feeling ambitious, hitched themselves to a mower took third place with 71 points. The cellar position of this meet
to work off some excess energy. The most spectacular work of the T
afternoon was the tumbling work seems to be contested, too, for the

RNAMENT WILL
K'S TRACK EVENTS
varsity squad because of the Mich-
igan-Illinois-Ohio State triangu-
lar meet which will be held the fol-
lowing Saturday night.
About 250 Will Compete.
Altogether about 250 men are ex-
pected to compete including Michi-
gan State, U. of D., and Normal
Collerge stars. Of these, Clark
Chamberlain, Michigan State dis-
tance star, is the one who will be
most carefully watched. Ch amber-
lain finished second in the Nation-
al cross - country championships
this year, a race in which five of
the competitors smashed the' ex-
isting record. Beatty, a hurdling!
star from Michigan State normal,
is another who will be closely
Iwatched.
Of the Michigan contingent, the
perfornances of Don Renwick,
sprinter, and Captain Russel, 440
star, will be most closely watched.
Other members of the Michigan
varsity who will compete are Camp-
bell, Lamb, Ellerby, DeBaker, Ekno-
vich, Lemen, Crawford, Turner,
Fitzgibbons, McManus, Jackson,
IHaefele, Rea, Northrup, Jusek, Mo-
isio, Humphrey, Brooks, Damm,
Salmon, Bluenfeld and Cox.
Ward Will Lead Freshmen.
Leading the members of the
freshman team who will compete is
Willis Ward, holder of the national
interscholastic high jump title.
Ward is capable of doing well over
six feet at any time. He is also a
capable hurdler. Norwood, Roberts,
Freese, Pantlind, Reynolds, Schell,
Wendland, McKeown and Schwen-
ger will compete in addition to
Ward.
The meet will hold special signi-
ficance this year because of the
consideration the winners will re-
ceive for Olympic berths.

GEORGE LITTLE 10-HA US'

NEW YORK, Feb. 27-(AP)--With
in a space of less than 24 hours th
east twice has reached out an
plucked middle wetserners for im
portant athletic jobs on the Atlan
tic seaboard.
It is perhaps only a coinciden
that both H. O. (Fritz) Crisler aif
George Little have been called
New Jersey schools and that bot
have been prominent in athletics
mid-western universities.
Crisler will serve as head foo
ball coach at Princeton universit
Litle as director of the division
physical education at Rutgers u
versity.
Little, who resigned as direc
of athletics at the University
Wisconsin in December, will b
general supervision over physi
instruction, student health acti
ties and intercollegiate athletics. 1
will assume his post on the facul
on April 1. The post is a new oy
and Little will be its first incun
bent.
Little will not be a member
the football coaching staff of whic
J. Wilder Tasker is head.
He comes east with a fine reputi
tion both as a football coach al
athletic director in the midwe
The Wailuki 120-pound team we
the Hawaiian Islands barefoot foc
ball league championship by d
feating the Hilo eleven in the se
son's final game.

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Given Position of At
Director; Crisler Will
Coach Princeton.

N!' BOXERlS WILL
ICOMPETE IN MEET

Starwas to Lead Delegation
State A.A.U. Tourney
Late in March.

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Jack Starwas will lead a delega-
tion of boxers in the University to
the elimination series for the State
A.A.U. boxing championships in
about three weeks, Coach Let Phil-
bin announced yesterday.
Three fighters have excellent
chances to survive the first few
rounds he said,rSlaterhLarson, and
Berkley. Jack recently won the
Golden Gloves tourney in Detroit
and is in line to represent eastern
Michigan in the finals. He stands
six feet two inches and weighs
about 204 pounds.
Larson Will Compete.
Larson is a lightweight, but a
newcomer to amateur circles in
the state. Dr. May said that he
was one of the best prospects in
that weight to fight on the campus
in recent years. However, Larson
did not enter the Golden Gloves
tournament and will have to fight
in the pre-tournament eliminations
in order to be selected to represent
this part of the state.
Berkley, a middleweight, has yet
to be reinstated before he will be
allowed to enter this competition.
If he is, it is practically certain
that he will go to the finals as hie
is a rugged fighter and forces the
going all the way.
Starwas Holds Title.
Jack Starwas won the light-
heavyweight title last year but is
not certain whether he will defend
his crown this year or npt. He is
not enrolled in the University at
present but would be eligible. His
condition will determine his de-
cision todefend the title and at
present he is not in very good
shape.
If Slater wins the State title he
will continue on to the National
Championships.
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FACULTY SQUASH
MEET WILL BEGIN
MINUS CHAMPION
Squash racquets is the next fac-
ulty sport in order on the Intra-
mural winter calendar. Entries for
this event are now open and play is
expected to start in another week.
'Those desiring to enter should
phone the Intramural Building at
once and leave their names.
Last year's champion, Bob Angell
will not be able to compete this
year since he is away on leave of
absence, but the list of expected
contestants contains several exper-
ienced players. Among these are
Matt Mann, Preston James, Dan
Webtser, Ernie Smith, Blackett,
Niehuss, John McMahon, Harry
Kipke, Ben Wheeler, Eaton, Harry
Tillotson, Chuck Hoyt, Bill West,
Dobson, Jack Blott, Earl Riskey,
Baker, Cissell, and Ken Doherty.
With such a field of squash en-
thusiasts the play is sure to be full
of interest and hold many a tight
game in it before the finals are run
off.
Fraternities to Begin
Foul Shooting Contest
This coming Tuesday and Wed-
nesday, March 1 and 2, the annual
fraternity foul shooting contest is
scheduled at the Intramural build-
ign. Last year some 300 men took
part in this event as each house
turned out with quite a few men,
and entries are now open to pro-
moteya largerfield if possible for
this year's competition.
Alpha Omega and Chi Psi tied
for first place last year, each fra-
ternity scoring 186 out of a possible
250 points. This set a record that
will be hard to better this year.

of Hill, Minnesota, and Ponto, of
Michigan, the former taking indi-
vidual honors, 70.5 to 67. Simmons,
Minnesota, was a close third with
66 points.
4Rollins was the high point gath-
erer of the meet, accounting for
224 of the Gophers' 1,004 points.
The Stenberg twins, Ellsworth,
Ponto, and Lassila gathered most
of the points for the Wolverines.
In the first event of the program,
the high bar, the Wolves were hope-
lessly outclassed by the superior
work of the Gopher trio, the latter
taking the 'first three places.
Summary: high bar--Hill, (1),
Marti (2), Simmons (3), all of Min-
nesota; side horse-Zapffe, Minn.
1), A. Steinberg, Mich. (2), Hill,
Minn. (3) ; flying rings-Ellsworth,
Mich., and, Rollins, Minn., tied for
first, Pottle Minn. (3); parallel bars
-:Rollins, Minn. (1), Marti, Minn.
(2), H. Steinberg, Mich. (3); tum-
bling-Hill, Minn. (1), Ponto, Mich.
(2), Simmons, Minn. (3).
Capt. Toe Sharpe of the 1931 Ala-
bama Crimson tide will return to
Tuscaloosa next year as assistant
football coach.

Architects and Engineers have wonj
but one game apiece to stay there.
The latter hold the edge and undis-
puted last place now by virtue of
losing three easy games to the
Mathematics squad, 15-9, 15-13,
15-6.
Probably the best game of the
week, at least from the standpoint
of energy and spirit, was that be-
tween the Army and the Architects.
The officers came out on top with
scores of 15-3, 15-7, 15-13.
This puts the standings: Chem-
ists six and one; Lits five and one;
Math four and three; Army two
and five; Architects one and four;
and the Engineers one and five;
wins and losses respectively.

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