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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1932

' THE MICIAIGAN

DAILY

'P A GE TIIREE;

~flN~SDAY~ MARCH 2. 1932 THE MIChIGAN DAILY

Tankmen

to

Meet

Wildcats

for

Dual

Meet

Title

PURPLE COUNTS ON
BALANCED SHOWING
Challengers Hold Slight Edge
But Michigan Has Good
Chance to Win.

Michigan

Minnesota

Hockey

Games

to

Settle.

Ti tl

I.

SEEN AT GIANTS' TRAINING CAMP

Highland and Wilcox, Artists
of Free Style, Expected
to Make Points.
Having done with their only home
appearance of the season with the
exception of the National Intercol-
legiates the Wolverine swimmers
will encounter the well-balanced
Northwestern tank team in Evans- I
ton on Friday for the dual meet
championship of the Big Ten.
The Wildcats boast strength in
every event and because of this
balance are given a slight edge in
favoritism over the Maize and Blue.
In spite of the dopesters predictions
the Wolverines, in the role of the
under dog, have a good chance to
give the Purple tank men a set-
back. Michigan has a host of out-
standing stars which may be able to
pile up enough points to outscore
the consistent performers of the
Evanston institution.
Free Stylers Strong.
Northwestern is exceptionally
strong in the free style races with
its two most outstanding perform-
ers, Highland arnd Wilcox, carrying
a long list of tank victories in their
records. In addition to these two
top-notchers the Purple have an-
other good free styler in Captain
Wilson.
Highland will probably be enter-
ed in the 100 and the two relays.
Also entered in the century race
will be Wilcox who will have an ad-
dition to this swim on the free
style relay and either the 220 or
440. The Purple captain will be on
the 400-yard relay team and in the
220 and quarter-mile swims.
Near Relay Mark.s
In a recent meet the Wildcats'
free style relay combination cover-
ed the 400-yard distance in 3:35
which is close to record time for
this relay.
Another crack man on the North-
western aggregation is Murphy, a
backstroker, who will give Mich-
igan's Drysdale a real battle in the
150-yard back stroke. Murphy look-
ed exceptionally well in his perfor-
mances to date. In the 200-yard
breast stroke Michigan should take
the first two places with Captain
Miller and Lemak.
The 300-yard medley relay will be
a batle royal with the National in-
tercollegiate record breaking Maize
and Blue team of Drysdale, Lemak
and Schmieler meeting the strong
Northwestern crew.
Diving Hopes Hit.
Northwestern's diving hopes re-
ceived a severe blow at the end of
the first semester when Wilkie,
sophomore spring board artist, was
lost to the team due to scholastic
difficulties. However, the Wildcats
have a real top-notcher in diving in
Willard who placed second in the
Big Ten championships last year.
Michigan's diving contingent will
leave today, a day before the re-
mainder of the tankers in order to
become accustomed to the Evanston
board.
Jackson Scores 42
Points to Get Lead
MONTREAL, Que., March 1.--(/P)
--The injuries that have kept Reg-
inald J. (Hooley) Smith out of the
Montreal Maroons' lineup for some
days have cost him the scoring lead
in the National Hockey league.
Figures for games up to and in-
cluding those of Sunday night re-
veal a new leader in Harvey Jack-
son of Toronto.

John McGraw, manager of the New York Giants, is shown above
with a board of strategy, looking over the rookies at the Los Angeles,l
training camp. Left to right gre McGraw, George Grant, former Bostonf
owner, Mike Donlin, ex-big leaguer, and Dave Bancroft, a coach.
TRADE OF GRANTHAM ASSURES PIET
OF CHANCE IN PITTSBURGH INFIELD
Youthful Second Sacker to Get the cheers are sounded far and
Big Chance With Departure see Cincinnati play a game in the
OldT . ,approaching season will be glad to
of Old-Tine- see Howley's team go somewhere
in the National league.
By Brian Bell
Transfer of George Grantham MA TMEN TO FACE
from the Pittsburgh Pirates to the S TRONG HOOSIERS
Cincinnati Reds probably means _
another youngster will get a chance Big Ten Titleholders Favored
to make a baseball name for him- to Defeat Michigan-
self in the major leagues.
Good Base Runner.
Tony Piet seems certain to be the Michigan's V a r s i t y wrestlers
reguyla se em aner o te tackle their biggest assignment in
Pirates. The young infielder showed the dual meet season this Saturday
enough last season to earn a thor- when they encounter the Western
ough trial at the position left va- Conference mat champions, Indi-'
cant by Grantham. ' ana, at Bloomington. The Hoosiers
Some Pittsburgh fans think Piet have a team with which to defend
will show Forbes Field more base their title every bit as strong as the
running than it has seen since Max one which a year ago brougth the
Carey went away from there. crown back to Bloomington.
Grantham should helptheReds. Indiana boasts an A-one per-
He can play equally well at first or former in every division, and in the
second base, .but is likely to be six meets which the Hoosiers have
placed at second by Dan Howley. had this year they have lost only
Gink Hendrick did a good job of two out of the 48 bouts. With this
first basing for the Redlegs last remarkable record in back of them
mself again in 1932 therHe hould the Bloomington grapplers ar
be little worry there. slated to take the measure of th
Can Htt, Too. Wolverines.
GCarg nfHixnT hAfter their 24 to 8 defeat of the
George of Phoenix can hit and Ohio State wrestlers last week-end
the Reds need hitters so the trans- the Maize and Blue team is back in
action should 'be a good one for top shape again and the colds and
Cincinnati. Grant~ham never played flu which were hindering the mat-
first base until he went from the n omreachind th altof
Chicago Cubs to Pittsburgh. condition have finisthe eir stay
In his early days in the Pacific with the sauad.
Coast league he was both an in-W The veteran, Bennett, who was
fielder and outfielder. In the minors able to compete in but one 126-
ae played third base and shortstop pound match this season, has been
as well as second base. With the lost to Coach Keen's team as the
us heinfielder andfrsthnsettled result of nervous breakdown which
has forced him to withdraw from
down to play second base.h chool for the remainder of the
Dan Howley, one of the most semester.
popular managers in baseball, has neee
a host of friends all over the United In a recent meet the Hoosiers de-
States rooting for him to get the feated1the Northwestern grapplers
Reds in the race and every time hel26 to 10. Jack Riley, Wildcat foot
adds a player who can hit the ball ball tackle and National Collegiate
near. In getting Wally Roettger heavyweight wrestling champion-
back from the Cardinals, he added pinned Bob Jones of Indiana, Na-
to his team's batting punch. tional A.A.U. titleholder.
A number of fans who will not
Tommy Armour set a new course
record at Miami in winning the
first Florida golf event of 1932. He
shot a 68.

'WOLVES TO HOLD
TRIANGULAR MEET
Michigan to Play Host to Ohio
State and Illinois on
Saturday.
Conference records are likely to
fall, and Big Ten titles will probab- I
jy change hands this week-end as
the track teams of Illinbis, Ohio
State, and Michigan stage their,
first triangular meet in history at.
the Field House here Saturday'
night. The three Eastern rivals of
the Big Ten, embodying in their!
cinder squads perhaps mere cham-
pions than any other three univer-
isties in the Western Conference,
will try conclusions together
Outstanding among the hurdlers
will be Keller, of Ohio, who is rated
as one of the best timber toppers in
the world. Officially, Keller has
tied the world's record in the high
hurdles, and unofficially 'he has1
lowered it. He is the National In-
tercollegiate champion in his event.
Competing against him will be
Hawley Egleston of the Wolverines,
and Etnyre of Illinois, both rated as
excellent hurdlers.
Woolsey Favored.
In the mile, Woolsey of the Illini
is conceded the best chance. He is
the best miler Illinois has ever had,
>and he now runs it in the fastest
time of the conferenlce at 4:17.
Wolfe, of Michigan, and Dilley, of
O.S.U., will oppose him. Competing
with Renwick, of Michigan, in the
sprint will be Fazekas of Ohio State,
and Hampton of Illinois.
A feature of the meet will be the
omission of the quarter and half-
mile events and the substitution of
mile and two-mile relays. Mich-
igan will enter Eknovich, DeBaker,
Turner, and Russell in the mile e-
vent adn Lemen, Eknovich, DeBak-
o r and Turner in the two-mile.
These relays will carry a value of
ten points for first, six for second,
and two for third, and thus will oc-
cupy a prominent place in the eve-
ning's proceedings.
High Jump Hangs Fire.
The high jump will present plen-
ty of competition with Russell and
Hochman of Ohio, Ostazewski of Il-
linois, and Moisio and Jusek of
Michigan. The Illini will enter two
outstanding men, Cook and Purma,
in the shot-put, while the Wolves
will send Brooks into the ring.
a Freed will be the Ohio representa-
tive in the weight event.
Lien of Illinois, Howell and Hill
of Michigan, and Fallen of the
I Buckeyes will run in the two-mile
1 event, with Howell favored to win.

To Open Registration
for Marathon Swim
Registration will open today, at
the desk of the Michigan Union
swimming department, for the
annual 10-mile swim. The event,
as always, is open to all m ie on
the campus except members of
the Varsity or freshman tank
squad. The competition will be-
gin next Mond&-, March 7.
During the first week the con-
testants will be expected to swim
-mile per day. The following
week the competitors will be al-'
lowed to swim 2 miles daily. The
honor system of reporting dis-
tances will be used.
G YMNASTIC TEAM
WILL HOLD MEET
Improved Condition of Wolves
Raises Hope for Place.

ISITORS fo BRING
VETERAN ICE TEAM

Wolverine Pucksters Drill for ciasA"~basketballc ;ues to <

a

Pair of Crucial Matches
This Week-end.

and the balance of seven are ca
ed to be finished this year. TI

Minnesota will come to the Coli-
seum Friday night with one of their
best teams in the last seven years.,
every position has two or more
plyers ready for duty while Mich-
igan will struggle along with two or
four spares for six positions.
The Gophers have won 11 con-
tests in their 14 scheduled matches,
including two victories over Mich-
igan. They do not expect to have
much competition from the Wol-
verines, according to the Minnesota
Daily, as they defeated Coach Low-
rey and his team by scores of 3-1
and 1-0.

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irst houses to emerge victorio
are with one exception undefeal-
ind will all try to keep their recor
clean as long as possible in tl
>layoffs that are schedulCd for ne
svcek.
Drawings will be made late t;
wreek whether the balance of t:
leagues are completed or not, I
the finals must be reached for t
Open House the last of Marc
Classes "B" and "C" will be held
the same time but at present are
tied up in the various leagues.
The nine league winners are J
pha Tau Omega, Beta Theta
Theta Chi, Alpha Delta Phi, H<
mitage, Trigon, Phi Mu Delta, 1
Gamma Delta, all of which ha
gone straight through withc
meeting an upset, and Lambda C
Alpha who has gone down once b
still leads their league. Of- t
group perhaps the Betas are t
favorites; at least they will be ha
to eliminate once the playoffs
started.

I

Improved physical condition of.
some of his performers on gymnas-
tic apparatus has led Coach West to
express considerable optimism over
the chances of his tumblers to place
well in the triangular meet with
Chicago and Illinois in Chicago this.
Friday.
In the meet with Minnesota, Ells-
worth, performing on the high bar,
was considerably handicapped with
blistered hands which forced him to
limit his usual stunts considerably.
The condition of his hands is show-
ing improvement and should be in
good shape by Friday. Yesterday
he was practicing "giant swings"
which presages well for his showing
later.
West Dissatisfied.

i

Coach West is not entirely satis-
fied with the showing of the tumb-
lers in the Minnesota meet, which
the Wolves lost, 1004 to 862. On the
side horse, Harry Steinberg did not
quite come up to expectations,
while his brother,tAbe, performed
better than usual. Both Ponto and
Lassila experienced trouble on the
parallel bars, and can be depended
upon to show better Friday.
The meet with the Maroons and
Indians will bring together three
evenly matched teams. Chicago,
probably the best team in theyCon-
ference last year, has been defeated
by Minnesota by practically the
same score of the Minnesota-Mich-
igan meet last Saturday. Illinois
ranks well with the Big Ten lead-
ers and will give the other two a
close race.

Nine Court Teams
Reach Playoffs in
IntranieasI. Tourne
N ine f rarnni1.ies I ae wonlf thC

Crossman Anxious.-C
Keith Crossman is putting in hisg
best practice this week. The rea-
son is that he was forced out ofI
both Minnesota matches, except for
about five minutes, and this time a
he wants to play. His ribs are nowf
in excellent shape and he is fullyt
recovered from the other injuriess
that he received at the hands of the
Gophers.
ThesGophers could n ot score
while Micihgan ahd six players on
the ice in the first two contests. It
was only when a Wolverine was sit-
ting in the penalty box that they
scored. Coach Lowrey gave his team
a strenuous practice last night, and
continually cautioned them against
illegal playing. When the drill end-
ed, he said that peantlies would not
beat Michigan this time.
Minnesota romped over Wiscon-
sin 10-1 while Michigan beat theme
7-1 and 5-0. When Coach Tomp-
son of the Cardinals was asked to
compare the two teams after the
second Wisconsin game here, he
said that Minnesota probably holds
an edge, in that they have greater
reserve space. He continued that
if there was one day of rest be-
tween the two matches, Michigan
would have a better chance.
Gophcrs :Need One Win.
The Northinen need olny one vic-
tory in the two games, to clinch the
Big Ten crown while the Wolverines
must win twvice to continue their
record - breaking leadership f o r
Conference hockey honors.
The best hockey of the season for
Michigan fans will be played by the
two teams, Coach Lowrey thinks.
If Bill Williams, Ted Chapman, Joe
Frumkes, and Keith Crossman all
recover from their illnesses and in-
j uries, Michigan will be consider-
ably stronger than when they play-
ed Marquette last week.

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