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', MARCH 2, 1933




From the
By John Thomas
Track Honor Roll
Mile Relay Wins
Football Crowds
* * *
Commissioner of Athletics, pub-
lished his Collegiate Honor Roll for
Track in the current Athletic Jour-
nal and made several startling omis-
In the Ohio State-Michigan dual
meet last spring, Lemen and Turner
finished the half-mile in 1:55.1. These
two men were not included in the
select list for the 880 although times
extending to 1:56.0 were used. The
.meet itself was official as he picked
Bennett's :09.6 100-yard dash mark
out of it.
He included only one man in the
800-meter race who ran in the time
of 1:52.4. Ned Turner, in the Olympic
finals, ran this race in 1:51.8. Here
again,- other Olympic marks were
used, but Griffith's list does not con-
tain the name Turner.
Brooks heaved the discus 158 feet
11 inches in the Michigan A. A. U.
meet, but Griffith chose to select his
mark of 153 feet 6 inches made in
the National Collegiate meet instead.
Capt. Ed Russell and Brooker
Brooks are the only Michigan men
on the list of 1932 track celebrities.
Russell rated with a mark of :48.4
in the 440 of the Western Conference
meet. ,
All in all, especially when Turner
was an All-American track star for
1932, the list is not representative of
the hest marks but of the number of
schools. If Michigan had gained
three more places, probably some of
the other men from bush-league
track schools could not have been
Included, and the Athletic Journal
must appeal to all to sell.
MICHIGAN'S. mile relay team has
only lost one first in the last three
years. This record includes all com-
petition, Drake and West Virginia
relays, National Collegiate and Big
Ten meets.
Again this year, with Allen, De-
Baker, Turner, and possibly Ellerby
as the quartet, Michigan's prestige
will not suffer.
** *
COACH KIPKE has turned his
thoughts back to football again.
We asked him the other day if the
team would play its home games on
Ferry Field next fall because of the
depression et, al.
Quickly he pointed to the crowds
that the Red Wings have been play-
ing before in the Olympia this win-
ter, to our own hockey crowds, to the
successful attendance at home Ohio
State basketball games, a examples
of how crowds follow winning teams.
Of course Michigan had a winning
football team last year and still the
attendance records fell into decline
although the first two games were
big drawing cards, more than previ-
ous years.

Wolverine Pucksters

Will Meet Marquette

Teams Will Be
Well Matched
In Iee Battle
Wisconsin' Sextet Worksj
Out In Preparation For
Veterans' Contest
Hockey as demonstrated by two
:venly matched teams at late-season
)erfection will be the treat in store
or Ann Arbor devotees of the ice
port at 8 p. m. tonight in the Var-
ity Arena. Michigan's battle-scar-
ed outfit will meet an equally ex-
>erienced sextet from Marquette.
It will be the first game of a series
>f two, the second contest being
cheduled for Saturday night, prob.
bly after the basketball game. Thus
)oth games will find the principals
ested and ready to play at their
Marquette Works Out
Marquette's squad of ten puck-
tersarrived yesterday evening, and
vorked out on the Arena ice to get
sed to the size of the expanse and
co remove the kinks induced by the
long journey from Wisconsin.
A team which has played together
for years will face Michigan tonight,
as the Milwaukee aggregation is
composed of veterans. On compara-
tive performances, the team from the
northwest has the edge, since they
humbled Michigan Tech twice in as
many contests, while the Wolves suc-
ceeded only in halving the series.
Wolves Formidable
Michigan's aggregation this year is
comprised of a formidable array of
players, considered individually, but
the team as a whole has gone
through some off nights which have
proved disastrous to the record so
far. On the nights' when the Maize
and Blue players click, it takes a
real team to stop them.
Reid and Crossman are outstand-
ing teammates, yet in the game Fri-
day they seemed incapable of pass-
ing accurately. Yet Michigan came
through on Saturday night to beat
Minnesota for their first defeat in 11
Jewell Uncertain
Jewell has on and off nights which
almost determine the outcome of the
game held on each particular night.
Gabler and Chapman are a fairly
consistent duo, and their work is
commendable on almost every occa-
sion except for the fact that Gabler
is not as outstanding in clearing the
puck as Chapman.
With these considerations, it is a
precarious task to predict the out-
come of any Michigan game, but win
or lose, good hockey during at least
one period of the game is invar-
iably a feature of the contests
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Ladies Invited

Has 14 Points

Gym Team Wins Wrestlers Depart
F rom Turners Today For Wildcat
In Close Meet And Chicago Meets
Nine wrestlers and Coach Cliff
Keen will depart at 10 a. m. this
Lassila Scores Highest For morning for Chicago, where they will
Wolverines- Meet Won meet the Northwestern and Chicago
ti mat teams on Friday and Saturday
By Final Rally nights. These two meets will close
the dual season for the Michigan
Flashing a closing rally against an grapplers, only the Conference and
experienced Turnverein outfit, Mich- National Individual Championship
igan's gymnastic team upset the De- events remaining.
troiters last night 436.5 to 427. Al- Captain Blair Thomas is back in
though the Turnverein team took the the fold and is slated to wrestle at
first three of the five events, Michi- 135-pounds on Friday and at 145-
gan came back to win the last two pounds Saturday. Saul Freedman,
by an overwhelming margin and a who made a creditable showing
victory in the meet. against Indiana last week will go
An outstanding feature of the meet at 145-poundsdthe first night.
was Lassila's work for the Wolver- Landrum at 118
ines. The apparatus artist did not The diminutive Jimmy Landrum is
place first in any event, but by his slated to get the call at 118-pounds
consistent point-winning he piled up on both occasions. Seymour Rubin
an individual score of 219.5, which and Joe Oakley will share the work
is over one-half the total of the at 126-pounds, with Oakley also
Michigan score. For the Turnveriens, wrestling in the 135-pound class.
Buerkle turned in the best perform- The other four positions are cer-
ance with firsts in the horizontal tainties, Ed Wilson having the call
bars, side horse, and parallel bars. at 165-pounds. Art Mosier, the team's
leading point scorer going on at 155-
In the flying rings event Parker of pounds, John Spoden, heavyweight,
Michigan took first with 48 points, and Harvey Bauss, 175-pounds.
while Ponto, with 49 points, cinched To End Year
the tumbling act. The Michigan team These two meets will conclude the
was composed of Lassila, Ponto, dual wrestling careers of Captain
Parker, Sebald, Clay, and Ferar. Thomas, Wilson, and Bauss, all of
Turnverein was represented by Buer- whom are to graduate in June.
kle, Kruezer, Olzman, Katchmark, The Northwestern team, which
Striebel, Pare, Schaltenbrand. will be met in Patton Gymnasium on
In a gymnastic meet the compet- Friday, has suffered but one defeat
ing teams take turns on the different to date, that at the hands of Illinois.
pieces of apparatus and only the Captain Lowery, who will meet
scores of the three highest men on Mosier at 155-pounds, is the out-
each team are counted. standing man on the Wildcat team.
Summary: Horizontal bars, Turn- I Other stars are Brown, Conference
verein 98.5, Michigan 87, Buerkle (T) j title-holder at 175-pounds, Seifert,
51.5; side horse, Turnverein 91.5, 125-pounder, an d Spencer, 145-
Michigan 85, Buerkle (T) 46; parallel pounds, who was runner-up in the
bars, Turnverein 93.5, Michigan 81, 1932 championship meet.
Buerkle (T) 47.5; flying rings, Michi-
gan 89.5, Turnverein 80.5, Parker (M)
48; tumbling, Michigan 94, Turnver- FOR LADIES /
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Art Mosier, veteran 155-pounder,
;s leading the wrestling team in scor-
ing. He has registered victories in
four of his five matches, totalling 14
Basketball Championship
Tourney Begins Today
Pairings for the Fraternity "A"
Basketball Championship Tourna-
ment which will start today have
been prepared and are as follows:
Beta Theta Pi vs. Zeta Psi, Trigon
vs. Chi Psi, Theta Chi vs. Alpha
Omega, Alpha Delta Phi vs. Delta
Kappa Epsilon, Sigma Nu vs. Phi
Gamma Delta.











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