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From the
By John Thomas
Policy Support
Kerber Ineligible
37 Sport Events
Auto Athletes
without being asked, gave his un-
jualified approval of our recent
irade against Conference hockey
fflicials-specially at Minnesota.
Mann makes hockey his second
ove, and lets nothing except a swim-
ping tourney interfere with his see-
ng a Wolverine game. He said
'Hockey is steadily increasing in pub-
ic appeal and may some day oust
>asketball. It can only do this if
he rowdyism now prevalent, is
topped and if good, responsible off-
ials are employed."
Oxygen Mann continued, "It is
argely the fault of the officials that
uch conditions exist. There is just
is much bodily contact and as many
lose decisions in football as there
ire in hockey, while at the same
ime, there is no fighting in the for-
ner and plenty of it in the latter.
the boys think that they have to
ight just because the professional
ockey players do."
Rowever in the two Michigan Tech
:amnes both teams were fighting down
heir emotions to proceed with fisti-
wis and should be complimented for
heir cont'ol. In the last period of
'uesday night's game the Michigan
earm thought that one of their play-
rs had been unfairly attacked while
ying on the ice, by a knee of a Tech
Second semester freshmen and
ophomore sport writers are in-
-ited to report today for positions
on the Sports Staff. Previous ex-
?erience is unnecessary but a
knowledge of at least one sport is
Sports Staffers get.to know the
coaches and players as no other
group on campus does, with the
exception of the managers of the
different sports, because of daily
contact with them.
layer. In former years that would
ave meant a gangfight, but Crocs-
aan, Reid, and Chapman kept their!
rudges and a fairly clean period re-

Swimmers Will Hawke
Leave Today On
Dual Invasion
Wolverine Natators Plan
Meets With Wildcats,tf
Chicago University
Mann Loses Assurance Of
First Place In Back-
stroke Event
Assurance of a victory or second
place in the backstroke event would
make Swimming Coach Matt Mann
happy today as he leads his Wolver-
ine natators in their invasion of Il-
linois for dual meets with Northwest-
ern and Chicago on successive nights.
The ineligibility of Taylor Drysdale1
makes the loss of much needed pointf}
in the backstroke event almost cer-
tain, although Mann hopes that
Reeve Bailey and Bill Boice will
come through with some points.
Eight Make Trip
Eight members of the team will
leave for Chicago at 3:00 p. m. today
with Mann, while three swimmers
left yesterday afternoon. Degener, (
Fenske and Cristy went a day early ' 4
in order to have a good rest before
Friday's all-important meeting with
the Wildcats. Those who will follow
today are: Capt. Johnny Schmieler,
Lemak, Kennedy, Marcus, Bailey,
Kamienski, Renner and Boice. HOWARD BASTIAN
Mann has been unable to decide CENTEr
in which events to use Schmieler,
who is capable of taking points in
any event on the card except diving. . Above are six members of the
It is probable that he will swim in search of revenge for-the upset han
the 220-yard free-style, on one of the fourth position in the Western Co
relay teams, and in the breaststroke place Michigan team.
with Lois. Lemnak.
Mann said yesterday that the
events Schmieler swims in will de- rO! iin An Qounce
pend on conditions at the Wildcat
camp, which rumor says has alsoWinter'ourneys
suffered from ineligibility,
Relay Team Indefinite As the second indoor season begins
The high and low board diving will for women -at Barbour Gymnasium,
be taken care of by Degener and the most -important of the organized
Penske. Cristy and Kennedy will winter tournaments enters the lime-
;wim the 440 free-style and either light. . Intramural . competition in
:r both may compete in the 220. basketball, and all-campus tourneys
Mann did not know exactly who in badminton, pig-pong, and fenc-
would swim on the relay teams but ing will be the leading features.
said that he would select the partici- Practice sessions for the basketball
pants from Schmieler, Fenske, Ken- playoffs are already under way. A
aedy, Marcus, Kamienski, Renner round-robin tournament will precede
and Boice the eliminatipn play, ani any team
The team has been pointing for winning three games of the prlimi-
the Northwestern meet and if it can naries will get into the finals.
get by that obstacle the swimmers Two tournaments have been ar-
feel that they can take the compara- ranged for badminton players.- The
tively weak Chicago team on Satur- advanced group will be composed of
day night with little difficulty. those with one or more season's ex-
perience. As this is a new sport for
Michigan women, the beginners' divi-
McNeal Works Out sion will be the larger group.
WIth Fisherain Since basketball has priority in the
use of the gym floor, special hours
have been arranged for badminton
Harley McNeal, pitcher for the players. They may play at 7:30 p. m.
Michigan baseball team for the past Wednesdays from 4 to 6 p. m. and
three seasons is back in Ann Arbor. 8 to 10 p. m. Fridays, and from 2 to
McNeal, who graduated last year, has 4 p. m. Wednesdays. The latter pe-
been signed by the Boston Red Sox riod will be devoted to coaching.
in the American League. He is work- A straight elimination tourney and
ing out daily in the Yost Field House a consolation series for the losers are
with Ray Fisher, Wolverine baseball on the schedule for ping-pong. Any
coach. official table on campus may be used
Following his graduation last June, in the preliminary playoffs, and all
McNeal went to the Three-I League, scores must be turned in to Barbour
where he pitched successfully until Gymnasium by the winners.
the disbanding of the circuit in Aug- Varsity fencing coach John John-
ust. He was secured by Boston in the stone will coach the fencing aspirants
draft, formerly being the property of during the early part of the season.,
the Cleveland Indians. So far in the Intramural standings,
Chi Omega is leading the list with
DOG RACING POPULAR 500 points, 300 more than its nearest
LONDON.-)-About 20 million opponent; Newberry. Jordan is run-
ning a close third with 15 marks.

--Assoclated Press Photo
Iowa basketball team which will invade Ann Arbor Saturday night in
Lded them earlier in the season by the Wolverines. The Hawkeyes are in
nference standings so far, and they will attempt to supplant the third-

* * ,

that Kerber and one of his team-
mates on the Northwestern swim-
ming team, both backstrokers, are
ineligible. Kerber swam unattached
in a N. C. A. A. U. meet in Chicagof
last Saturday night while . the rest
of last semester's swimming team
participated under the name, "North-
His loss will compensate in part
for Drysdale's ineligibility. They
would have met in the Evanston pool
tomorrow night when the two schools
swim. Michigan will have an easy
time with Chicago the next night.
* *.*
gan, nine car-weary wrestlers, re-
turned to Ann Arbor, barely able to
say that they "brought 'em back
aline." Two cars, containing the nine
grapplers braved the sub-zero weath-
er to drive East to take two beatings
from Penn State and the Navy on
successive nights.
In addition to the bitter pill of
defeat, the boys drove from 1 a. m.
to 7 p. in. in order to arrive in An-
napolis in time to meet the Midship-
men. A howling blizzard complicated
matters. Of the men who made the
trip, only Harvey Bauss and Captain
Blair Thomas didn't take turns at
the wheel.
Bauss used the excuse that it was
too cold for him although he is from
Buffalo, the wind-swept town of Lake
Erie fame. Parker, Landrum, Mosier,
Helliwell, Wilson, Oakley, Spoden,
and Coach Keen, all took their turns
at the wheel.
From a secret source we found out
that one of the cars was wrecked
twice on the trip, not seriously either
time. Two wheels spelled the damage
in the second collision.



people paictd r oadmnittance to grey-1
hound race courses in this country
last year ,according to statistics is-
sued by the National Greyhound
Racing Society.
There are 18,134 owners of grey-
hounds registered with the National
Greyhound Racing Company and
30,000 greyhounds are on the register.
CLEVELAND.-(,P)--Interest is at
high tide in the Cleveland Firemen's
Golf Association, formed four years
ago by city firemen who like to spend
the day off correcting a slice or a
hook. The association now numbers
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