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February 15, 1933 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PnA
Wolverines Revenge Last Night's Defeat; Beat Tech By

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Standings

Ohio State .......
Northwestern
Michigan ........
Iowa ............
Purdue ..........
Wisconsin .......
Illinois.........
Indiana........
Minnesota .......
Chicago .........

W.
6
5
5
3
3
2
0
0

L.
0
1
1
2
3
4
4
4
7

Pct.
1.000
.857
.833
.7141
.500I
.4291
.429
.333
.000
.000

Ernie Schaaf
Is Dead After
Canvas Battle
NEW YORK, Feb. 14.-UP)-Ernie
Schaaf, 24-year-old heavyweight box-
er who fell under the bruising blows
of giant Primo Carnera at Madison
Square Garden Friday night while a
great crowd cried "fake," died today
from the beating he took.
Death, which came at 4:10 a. m.,
was due to intra-cranial hemorrhage
ascribed to the 13 rounds of punish-
ment before he fell to the canvas.
ELLERBY HURT
Harold "Tom" Ellerby, Varsity
quarter-miler and one of the best in
the Conference, hurt his hip and may
not be in condition for the dual meet
with Chicago this Saturday.

Courtright Begins
Golf Instruction
Coach Ray Courtright began in-
structions in golf driving Monday
afternoon in the Intramural Building
driving room. Late-comers are urged
to enroll in the class as soon as pos-
sible as the course only lasts three
weeks. The instructions are free and.
available to both students and fac-
ulty members. A driver and a mid-I
iron are the only clubs necessary.
Instruction hours for students are
at 3:30 p. m. Mondays and Wednes-
days and 4:30 p. in. Tuesdays and'
Thursdays. Faculty hours are at 4:30
P. m. Mondays and Wednesdays and
3:30 p. m. Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Johnsione Will Coach
Womien's Fencing Class
More than 35 women, the largest
group to evince interest in this field
of activity, have signed up for the
fencing sessions to be held at Bar-
bour Gymnasium every Wednesday
evening for the indoor season.
John Johnstone, Varsity fencing
coach, will be in charge of the group,
and will give instruction again this
year. The sport has become increas-
ingly popular in the past two years,
and the training period will culmi-
nate in an organized tournament.
OLYMPICS CHANGE OFTEN
Only four members of the team
that opened the present hockey sea-
son as the Detroit Olympics are still
with the Black and White sextet.

Yost And Bursley
Voice Approval Of I
CharityRing Show
Plans for a charity boxing meet
to be held during April in the Field
House have been approved by Dean
Joseph Bursley and Athletic Director
Fielding IH. Yost, according to Ver-
non Larsen, who is staging the show.
Larsen pointed out the interest in
amateur boxing aroused throughout
the state by the Golden Gloves tour-
nies in selling the idea to University
officials. All profits are to be turned
over to the Student Good Will Fund.
Acting as a preliminary to the;
charity show Larsen is staging a Sil-
ver Shield tournament at the local!
armory March a and 9. It will be a+
complete elimination series in itself
but winners here will compete as a
team in the following meet, probably
against a team from Christ Church
A. C. of Detroit.
It is probable that the team from
here will be largely composed of Uni-
versity boxers, but fighters from
Ypsilanti, Ionia and 'Battle Creek will
also compete in the Silver Shield
meet and will be eligible for the
team.
Larsen prophesied that the charity
meet would produce some of the best
amateur fights ever seen in Michi-
gan, since what should be a strong
southeastern Michigan outfit will be
opposing one of the best squads of
amateurs in Detroit.

Frosh Basketeers
Contiiue Practic
Continuing practise after a three
week layoff, the freshman basketba
squad yesterday loosened its muscl
and resumed work. Right now th
squad has reached the end of th
cutting period, and according to la
est reports, the present group Wi
continue unitl the season is over.
However all the aspirants may n
get numerals because these awari
are given only to those who, in th
estimation of the coach, deser
them.
The most likely to receive award
and those most outstanding so fa
this year are: forwards, Ford, Eva
and Lehvinne; guards, Tomagn
Jablonski, MacCallum, and Gues
centers, Miller, Silverman, and Brow
erman.

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