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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Hockey Title Chances At Stake Against Wisconsin Ton

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By John Thomas
Indiana Track Dope
Student 1 0 U's
Tilden Disturbed
37 Sport Events
* 1
SPECTACULAR TIMES were turned
in during the Indiana-Ohio State
track meet recently. The Hoosiers
won, 61 to 43, and demonstrated to
Conference track fans that they will
have a determined bid for the title
when the Indoor Meet comes around,
March 10 and 11.
Fuqua ran the quarter in :51.2
with a teammate is second place in
the meet. Hornbostel won two firsts.
He startled the fans with 1:55.8 in
the half-mile and won the mile in
4:25.4.
Neese, Watson placed ahead of a
teammate for a clean sweep in the
100-yard dash. Keller won both the
low and high hurdles in record-
breaking times. Bennett won the 60-
yard dash in :06.2 and the relay
team won in the time of 3:27.2.
If Michigan can not match these
times in the Indoor Meet, lack of
competition can be blamed. Ohio
and Indiana paired off and Illinois
has had stiff competition, yet Michi
gan will only have one easy dual
meet to contend with and the men
may suffer from the lack of stiff
conference competition.
Coach Hoyt is also worried about
transportation for his tracksters.
Seventeen men will officially make
the trip to Chicago for Saturday's
meet but several others could be
taken if more cars were available.
Those who have cars and would con-
sider the trip are asked to get in
touch with Coach Hoyt.
MICHIGAN'S ATHLETIC associa-
tio has stepped into the breech.
Few students can put 35 cents on the
line for the hockey games until the
banks reopen and they have a chance
to cash their checks from home-i
they lave checks from home.
After Professor .Aigler and arry'
T otson had a conference about the
predicament of those who really want
to see the hockey matches, it was
decided that the Athletic Association
will accept I.O.U.'s for the tickets if
the students or faculty members can
identify themselves, as with their
identification cards.
They will continue the practice of
accepting personal local checks for
the exact price of the ticket as they
did in the second Michigan Tech
game.
BIG BILL TILDEN was about to
retire in his suite at the Book-
Cadillac Wednesday night when
someone knocked boisterously on his
door and said, "Who is this guy Til-
den--I want to meet him."
It was none other than "Babe" Did-
rikson. She met him officially and
then couldn't inveigle Bill into a
single match. A doubles match was
arranged with Babe and Bill as part-
ners against Bruce Barnes and Art
Sempliner, Wolverine freshman. The
latter pair won, 6-3, principally be-
cause the Babe is much better on the
track than on the court. Also it
might be added that Big Bill does
not play so well himself after 12:00
o'clock at night.
Sempliner, by the way, may be-
come a first-ranking tennis star. He
teamed with Frankie Parker, of Mil-
waukee, during the last indoor ten-
nis season and is ranked high in the
official tennis ratings.
THIRTY-SEVEN sports events ap-
pear on the Michigan calefidar

during the six weeks between Feb. 13
and March 25, the latter date marks
the close of the winter competition.
The hockey and swimming team
have eight each, basketball seven,
wrestling five, track four, fencing
three, and gymnastics two.
Pay By Check
DEL PRETE'S FINAL

Wolverines To'
Meet Badgers
At Arena Here
Michigan Ice Team Must
Win Cardinal Tilts For
Title Chance
SherdIneligible
Sophomore Expected Out
Until Minnesota Game
Here Next Week-End
Fighting for a chance at the West-
ern Conference hockey title and the
characterization of the presentdsea-
son as successful, Michigan's Varsity
ice team will face Wisconsin's Badg-
ers here tonight in the Varsity Arena
in the first of a two-game series
which will be all-important in the
Big Ten standings. The game is set
for 8 p. m.
To win the Wolverines will have to
scrape every inch of the way. Their
present Conference standing is zero
due to their luckless attempt before
the holidays to crack Minnesota's
stronghold for at least one victory
out of two games. Michigan will
have to take not only both Wiscon-
sin games this week-end, but defeat
Minnesota twice here next week-end.
Tonight will see the beginning of the
big drive toward the championship.
Sherf Out
John Sherf, stellar sophomore
scoring threat, continues to be in-
eligible, but the Wolverine sextet
found itself sufficiently strong during
the contest against Michigan Tech
Tuesday night to give hope to Michi-
gan supporters. Keith Crossman is
faster and more effective than this
season has yet seen him, and Emmy
Reid continues to be on form
Neil Gabler proved himself a
worthy running mate for Ted Chap-
man, whose de-
Tense work all sea-:
;on has been out-
3tanding, and
Chapman has de-
veloped into an of-'
Pensive threat as
qe demonstrated in
oi o n d a y night's
game. Gabler's of-
:ensive work also
has proved most
valuable, and he is CA!?^4W
undoubtedly the best poke-checker
on the team.
The Badgers will probably turn on
their full power the first night on
the chance that they can crash
through with at least an even break
on the series.
Stehr and Jansky, their two wing-
men have brought favorable com--
ment from critics this season, and it
.eems altogether possible that Wis-
consin will take one of the contests.
Probable Lineups
Wisconsin Michigan
Greely..........G.........Jewell
Kabat ........RD......... Gabler
Southworth .... LD...... Chapman
Mercer .......... C......Crossman
Jansky ........ RW ......... David
Stehr .......... LW.... ......Reid1

G
Will Accept 10 U's At
Badger Hockey Games
Students who have been finan-
cially embarrassed by the banking
holiday need not let that keep
them from attending the hockey
games tonight and Saturday
against Wisconsin.aHarry Tillot-
son, in charge of tickets, said yes-
terday that the Athletic Depart-
ment will accept I 0 trs from stu-
dents and faculty members who
can furnish satisfactory identifica-
tion, for the price of the tickets,
to be paid when the banks open.
The policy of accepting checks
for the exact amount of the tickets
will also be continued.
two Wildcats

Iowa, Wolves
To Fight For
victory String

Wolve Mat Team To Mcet Ohio Swim Title I

State In First Conference Meet

Ineligible For
Wolverine Mee-"
The news that Bob Kerber and
Hub Murphy, both Northwestern
backstroke stars, are definitely in-
eligible and will not compete in to-
night's swimming meet with the Wol-
verines, cheered the Maize and Blue
natators as they departed for Evans-
ton yesterday afternoon.
Reeve Bailey and Bill Boice should
be good enough to take points from
any second-string backstrokers the
Wildcats may have, thus offsetting
the absence of Taylor Drysdale, who
collected three "E's" last semester.
Relay Teams Undecided
Coach Matt Mann will spend to-
day finding out just how strong the
Purple is in the various events and
from this assigning his versatile
stars, particularly Captain Schmieler,
to events.
When he left Ann Arbor yesterday
afternoon Mann either did not know,
or would not tell, who would swim
in the relays and the sprints.
Evenwith the loss of the two back-
stroke stars Northwestern has a for-
midable team. In fact they have the
only team capable of giving Mann's
proteges a real race for the Confer-
ence title.
National Champs?
The results of tonight's dual meet
will go a long way toward telling
which of the two teams will be fa-
vored in the Big Ten and National
Collegiate meets.
The team was scheduled to arrive
in the Windy City early last night.
They will stay there until after the
Chicago meet tomorrow night, com-
muting out to Evanston to meet the
Wildcats tonight,
Women Plan Telegraphic
Rifle Meets Next Week
Telegraphic meets in rifle shooting
are the sport, headliners for the
women next week. Competition with
five universities will be run off in
the seven-day period.
South Dakota, Indiana, Idaho,
Syracuse, and Creighton are the first
opponents scheduled for the Michi-
gan rifle team. During the succeed-
ing weeks other Big Ten and more
distant colleges will furnish the op-
position.

Hawkeyes Seek Reveirge1
For Conference Defeat
Earlier In Season
Six straight victories wil be the,
coveted reward sought by both the
Michigan and Iowa basketball teams
in the crucial tilt they will wage here
tomorrow night on the fieldhouse
court.I
Michigan opened its Conference
season by defeating the Hawkeye,
quintet at Iowa City 33 to 25, and
has lost but one Conference gamej
since then. It should be remembered,
however, that Break and Blackmer,
Iowa's two regular forwards, were
declared ineligible on the eve of this
encounter. Sinceathissdefeat by
Michigan, Iowa has lost but one
game.
Efforts will be made by Iowa not
only to stretch its string of victories,
but revenge for its previous defeat
by Michigan will serve to raise the
fourth place Iowans to a tie for
third with the Wolverines.
Strenuous practice sessions for the
local five since the defeat of Indiana
Monday night make clear the fact
that Coach Cappy Cappon expects
anything but a set-up in the rejuv-
enated Iowa quintet.

Placing their hopes in Clyde Tif-
fahy and Captain Lawrence Wonder-
leigh, the Ohio State mat team will
invade Ann Arbor to provide com-
petition for the Wolverines Saturday
afternoon. The match will be the
first Big Ten go for Michigan.
Tiffany, who captained last sea-
son's team, has yet to yield a min-
ute's time advantage in his four
matches to date. He will wrestle at
either 135 or 145 pounds, while Cap-
tain Wonderleigh will be pitted
against Jimmy Landrum, veteran
Maize and Blue campaigner, at 118
pounds.
Other outstanding members of the
Buckeye squad are Franklin Wilson,
145-pounder, and Arthur Downes, at
155. Downes, a sophomore, has won
two bouts by falls to date.
A football player, Vic Tanski, is
expected to appear in the 175-pound
go, although he is receiving a strong
bid for the place from Lud Green-
blatt. Wilbur Renner is slated for
the heavyweight bout and Paul
Swayer for the 165-pound match,
The 125-pound class is open.
The personnel of the Michigan
squad remains somewhat in doubt,
due to Art Mosier's injury, and Bob
Helliwell's inability to make the
weight.
Jimmy Landrum 118, Joe Oakley
125, Capt. Blair Thomas 145, and Ed
Wilson 165, appear to be fixtures.
Seymour Rubin 'appears slated for
Helliwell's spot at 135, with Ed Land-
wehr batting for Mosier. Either Bill
Hildebrand or John Spoden will go
at the heavyweight place with Bauss
or Parker as 175-pounders.

Awarded Thet
Chii In Fin
With a smashing finish in the :
lay relay and with a well bala
team, Theta Chi fought its wa
victory in the finals of the i:
fraternity swimming contest
night in the Intramural pool. S
Chi was close behind with a w
the medlay relay, followed by D
and Lambda Chi Alpha. The
plete team score is as follows: 'T
Chi, 27; Sigma Chi, 23; D.K.E.
Lambda Chi Alpha, 8; Alpha
Sigma, 7; Pi Lambda Phi and
Delta Phi, 5; A.K. L., Alpha Or
and Phi Gamma Delta, 4; Kapp:
0. D.K.E. took first in the 200 yd
lay and placed Conklin first ir
100 yd. free with a new recon
:59 fiat. In the diving Fehsen
Sigma Chi, won; 220 free-Th<
Alpha Chi Sigma, won; 50 yd. b
-Gould, Sigma Chi, won: 50yd
-Jones, Lambda Chi Alpha, wo:
yd.' back-Selvan, Tau Delta we
ILr

A regulation scrimmage against the
freshman team Wednesday brought
out more of the glaring weaknesses
revealed in the rather spotty display,
made by the Michigan Varsity
against the Hoosiers, and as a result
the whole squad was sent through
an extended basket shooting and of-
fensive drill yesterday afternoon. A
similar program will be followed this
afternoon terminating with a short
scrimmage.
COACH CALLS NETMEN
A call for all Varsity tennis men
for practice today at the Intramural
Building was issued yesterday by
Coach Johnstone. Indoor practice
hours are from 1 to 3:30 p. m., and
will continue every afternoon from
now on.

Art Mosier, veteran 155-pound
Michigan wrestler, who will miss his
first Varsity mat meet in two years
when the Wolverines face Ohio State
on Saturday. Mosier, who has an
injured knee, will be idle, Ed Land-
wehr filling his place. Mosier is tied
with Jimmy Landrum for the posi-
tion of leading point score.
VICTORY FOR WRESTLERS
OKLAHOMA CITY.- ( -P)The 1933
Oklahoma legislaturevoted down a
bill which would have prohibited
professional wrestling in the state.

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