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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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IESOTA SERIES
WEEK-END TO
DE CHAMPIONS

TIHINCLADS PREPARE FOR TRIANGLE ME

Stabbed on Party

oth Teams Primed for Crucial
Contest on Coliseum Ice
Friday and Saturday.
'OMPKINS' LAST GAMES
opher Sextet Has Eleven Wins
in Fourteen Starts for
Season Record.
Fast, exciting hockey. with the
estern Conference title at stake
ill be played tomorrow and Sat-
day nights 'on the Coliseum ice.
oth Minnesota and Michigan have
en ppinting for these games and
ach will present their fastest,
ardest playing sextet.:
Last year Coach Lowrey sent his
am out against the Northfnen
vice in the Ann Arbor matches
id each time the team turned in
victory. Minnesota was deeply
umiliated while the Wolverines
on their second straight Big Ten
tIle.
Gophers Have Veterans.
In two of last year's matches
owrey's team. won by one goal,
-0 and 2-1. Minnesota has all of
iq stars of that team in addition
3 several sophomore sensations.
heir team is said to be twice as
tong as the 1930-31 outfit, while
ichigan is sadly lacking in reserve
rength.
Captain Tompkins will finish his
iird year of Western Conference
ompetition and if his team comes
irough twice with victories he will
ave played on a Conference wn-
er each year. Three years of com-
etition and three Conference titles
his goal.
Emerson Reid and Keith Cross-
ian, the other two of Michigan's
iperhuman hockey stars, are also
specially interested in the forth-
ming frays. They have one title
nder their belt, that of. last year,
nd are more than anxious to con-
nue in the limelight of Cham-
ions.

MICHIGAN TO MET
Renwick, Star Sprinter, Vill Be
Tested Saturday by Fazekas,
Buckeye Speed King.
New light on just how good Mich-
igan's victorious track team really
is should be thrown by the triang-
ular meet between the Maize and
Blue, the Illini, and the Buckeyes
here Saturday night. The Wolves,
those who entered, showed up re-
markably well in the A.A.U. meet
held at the Field House Tuesday
evening and they received an ini-
tial conference test against the Ma-
roons last week-end. However neith-
er meet should prove to be much of
a basis for comparison, since the
competition offered by Chicago was
almost negligible, and the A.A.U.
affair was strictly an inter-state
event.
Fazekas Threatens Renwick.
Foremost among the questions
raised by the coming meet is
whether Renwick, Hoyt's recent
"find" in the sprint event, can suc-
cessfully compete against real Big
Ten eompetition. Among his oppon-
ents will be Fazekas of Ohio State,'
who ran a good seeond to Eddie
Tolan in the championships of last
year. Fazekas is a sprinter of un-
doubted ability, and he and Ren-
wick should put on a ine exhibi-
tion in the contest to fill Tolan's
shoes. Egleston will challenge Iel-
ler's supremacy in the hurdles.
Keller, of Ohio, is rated' as one of
the best hurdlers in the world, but
Hawley Egleston has been improv-
ing steadily and should be able to
give the Buckeye star a good run
for his money.
"M' Relay Teams Strong.
Michigan's strength,in the relay
event's should stand her in good
stead, in the coming meet since
there will be a two-mile and a one-
mile relay, each carrying a bonus
of ten points in the competition.
Doc Howell, Michigan distance star,
should run into plenty of competi-
tion 1\ the two-mile event of the
trian air when he meets
such runners as Lien of Illinois and
Fallen of O.S.U.

WOLVERINE SWIMM
FOR CRUCIAL NOR~

JERS PREPARED
tTHWESTERN TEST
bor today with the other nine Maize
and Blue splashers. The natators

Degener, Raike,
Precede Rest

and Fenske
of Squad.

-This afternoon Michigan's Na-
tional collegiate tank champions
will entrain for Evanston where
they will encounter Northwester.
on Friday night in a meet which
will decide the dual meet cham-
pionship of the Western conference.
Squad Restricted.
Under-recent Big Ten rulings the
aquatic mentors were restricted as
to the size of their teams so that
they can now carry only twelve
men. Coach Matt Mann has sent
the three Wolverine divers, Degen-
er, Raike and Fenske, on ahead of
the rest of the contingent in order
that they might familiarize them-
selves with the Evanston spring
board.
Coach Mann will leave Ann Ar-
TENNIS HOPEFULS'
TAKING PART IN
DAILY PRACTICES
TIennis balls are flying around the
Intramural gymnasium these days,
where Varsity practice is held from
1:00 to 3:00 P. M. every day. There
are four courts in use and Coach
Johnstone would like all members
of the squad to avail themselves of
the opportunity to get in shape.
From last reports, all men are elig-
ible this semester.
Varsity men who are back for an-
other season include Captain Ryan,
Bob Clark, who .is fifth ranking
player in the Chicago district, Rein-
dell, Snell, E. Clark, Pendell, and
Brace. Darner and Appelt, who
were on the squad last year, are
also back. There is a very strong
sophomore contingent trying out
for the team. Corey, Schnap, San-
duskey, Baldwin, Nisen, Durand,
Watson, Root, and Muzzy are in
this latter gorup.

selected to uphold the honor of
the defending champions are Cap-3
tain Bob Miller, Smith, Ladd,
Schmieler, Kennedy, Lemak, Mar-
cus, Drysdale and Cristy.
Result a Toss-up.
The Northwestern meet is just
about a toss-up with neither team
holding much of an advantage
over the other. The Wolverine
hopes rest on the performances of
their crack stars, while the Wild-
cats base their aspirations of tak-
ing the dual meet title on their
well-balanced squad, which boasts
strength in every event.
Both Michigan and Northwestern
have taken the measure of the Min-
nesota natators by wide majorities,
with the Wolverines outscoring the
common foe by a wider margin
than the Purple. In their only oth-
er Big Ten encounter the Wildcats
defeated the Illinois tankers by a
big score. Tomorrow's meet is the
second conference battleofethe sea-
son for the Wolves "and .the last,
scheduled dual engagement.
Four Michigan Squash
Players Survive Meet
Four Michigan squash players
advanced to the third rounds of the
state class "B" squash racquet tour-
nament in Detroit Tuesday night
out of the seven-man squad sent in.
Ernie Vick led by winning an easy
first round and a hard five-set sec-
ond match from Lawrence Leonard,
University Club.
Reindel won his first two rounds
and a third from Westover here
yesterday. This puts him in the
quarter-finals. Riskey and Fiske
are the other members of the squad

Varsity Quintet Beats
Yearling Team, 49-11
in - Lethargic Contest
Experience se r v e d Michigan's
varsity basketball squad well as the
boys moved through a lethargicj
practice game with the freshman
quintet last night. Aitnough the
veteran squad rolled up a 49 to 11
victory the scoring was done in
spurts and the ball-handling lack-
ed the usual polish.
Bob Petrie was consistently the
b e s t performer
for the varsity,
but Captain Norm
fDaniels c a r ried
offthe scoring
honors o f th e
day. Petrie's pass-
..;.. ingplayed a great'
part in demoral-
izing the yearling
efense a t the
outset and had
..TE the shooting of
PETRIS the regulars been
more accurate the score would have
been much greater.
Coach Jack Blott employed three
separate teams during the drill
with Titlebaum, a guard, and Russ
Oliver, former Pontiac high star
fiashing the best form. Late in the,
first half a yearling forward, Hill,
hooked one of the prettiest goals of
the day, an overhead shot from the
corner of the court. The first year,
men were held at bay on the attack
largely by the good work of Ivy
Williamson, who sank two baskets
and a foul in quick succession late
in the contest. All of the Wolver-
ne reserve power sawservice late
in the game. Shaw and Wisfert
were outstanding.
After several years of non-con-
ference athletics, Texas Tech of
Lubbock has been admitted to the
Border Athletic conference.

FENCERS TO M
C, GCs _STUR
Detroit Foilsmen Are Str
Opposition to Be Facec
Wolverines This Yea
Michigan's fencing team
its strongest opponents tc
when it encounters the C
Athletic Club fencing tear
Saturday. The visitors wh
not lost a matc his season
ber the strong Michigan Stat
among its victims. Some
best fencers in the state are
bers of the invading team.
ed in this list are A. E. Sau
mer state champion in all
events, and B. E. de Tuscan,
University of Michigan
coach.
Hard Match Anticipate
Coach Johnstone anticip
hard match, with neither to
vored. Michigan is out to '
regardless of the outcome,
to gain valuable experience
conference meet to be held
cago, March 11 and 12.
Michigan Lineup Annout
The Cadillac A C will line
Sauer, Bristol, and Benham
foils/ Soucek, and Hayden
epee, and de Tuscan and So
the saber. Lovell, Mayer, ant
er in the 'foils, Winig and
gang in the epee, and Cap
Stefano and Little in the
comprise the Michigan tea
NOTICE.
All baseball candidates
at Yost Field house on Tu
March 8, after 2 o'clock.
Ray Fi!
Baseball

E D M4RRI
Veteran right-handed hurler of
the Boston Red Sox, who was seri-
ously injured Tuesday as a result
of knife wounds received at a party
that was being held in his honor
on the eve of his departure for the
training camp. Late last night, phy-
sicians reported that he had an
even chance to recover. The stab-
bing came as a result of an argu-
ment between Morris and Joe
White, who is being held by author-
ities.
OKLAHOMA A. & M.
WRESTLERS L OS E
Brother of Cliff Keen Coaches
Team That Turns Trick.

who have advanced to the third
round matches.

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Crossman in Shape. From the oil lands of the South-
ossman was phut out of the first west comes news that swells the
iesota match in the first period
injured ribs and back. He was heart of one of Michigan's athletic
out of the second game, too. mentors with pride and joy. This
tomorrow he will be in first- Wolverine coach so joyous onx re-
condition and ready to go ceipt of the news, is Cliff Keen,
nst Michiga's nquero.een Maize and Blue mat tutor. -
hes is the record compiled by The glad tidings from the South-
league-leading Gopher sextet. west were that his brother, Coach
is a more presentable record Paul V. Keen of the University of
Michigan's schedule wiill show Oklahoma wrestling team, had suc-
the important wins on it are ceeded in turning out a string of
from Coach Lowrey's team, 3-0 grapplers which was- able to nose
1-0. out the Oklahoma, A and M team
11 Williams returned to prac- 131/2 to 121/2 for its first defeat since
again in good health. He has 1920.
vered from his cold and will be Before the abolition a few years
y to start tomorrow if he can ago of the picking of a champion-
Porte out of a defense position. ship team the Oklahoma Aggies
Frumkes is recoverirg from a held the National wrestling title for
cold but will see service on the seven straight seasons. Cliff Keen's
t line, brother was a three sport man in
apman is recovering from his I college but did not take up wrest-
lder injury and will be able to ling until after his graduation.
although he received several
Sbumps on it in the second
quette game. aT
t1
MARATHON SWIM. 1
registration for the Union
t-Mile swim' will continue for
remainder of the week .at A
desk in the lobby of the Un-
. Contestants will start swim.' .
ig their daily half-mile dis- 1
ce Monday, March 7.

Union Bilhiardists to
Play Brown for Title
Michigan Union billiardists and
Brown University match ct*s to-
night for the National champion-
ship of the first Inter-University
Telegraphic Billiard tournament.
The Michigan team will play in the!
billiard 'room of the Union, start-
ing at 8 o'clock.
The Union team was the winner
of the western division and Brown
took the title in play against
the eastern schools. The teams are
composed of five men, each man
playing twenty innings. A silver
loving cup will be awarded to the
winner of tonight's play.

I!III
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The Glee Clubs of Ann Arbor Senior High School
and
The University Public School Music Training Classes
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