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7, 1932

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan Amateur Boxing

Tourney Will Begin In Armory Tonig

Sectional Ring
Artists Battle
For Supremacy
Forty-Four Fighters Are
Entered In Tourney
From Southeast
Expect Big Crowd
Preliminary Bouts Will
Provide Long Evening;
Boxers Weigh In
The greatest boxing tournament
ever held in Ann Arbor will get under
way tonight at the local Armory
when 44 simon pures will trade
punches in the opening rounds of the
Southeastern Michigan Amateur
Boxing tournament, a preliminary to
be state Golden Gloves tourney.
Boxers from Jackson, Wayne,
Dearborn, Northville and the smaller
rural towns will mix with students
from the University and Ypsi Normal;
on a card that is expected to provide;
plenty of action and some good ring-I
work in every one of the 15 or 20,
three-round bouts that will be neces-]
sary to reduce the-field to the semi-
finalist in each class.
Fighters will weigh in this after-
noon from 3:00 to 6:00 p. m. and at
the same time will be given a thor-
ough physical examination. The
draw for opponents will be held at
6:30 and the pairings will be an-
nounced from the ring.
Vernon Larsen, who is coaching
the University boxers has high hopes
that several of his proteges will come
through with championships that will
make them eligible to compete in the
Southern Michigan Zone elimina-
tions.
Sale of tickets has been brisk dur-'
ing the past week, according to Capt.'
Hallenbeck, of the local National
Guard unit who is in charge of tick-
ets. He estimates that 450 have a-
ready been sold and believes that
sales at the box office tonight will
almost fill the Armory, which has
seating room for 1300 and standing
room for an additional 200.
ENTRY LST
Flyweights: Paul Bradbury, Dex-
ter; Al Konzal Wayne; Forbes Smith,
Plymouth; and Harvey Eberle, Sa-
line. ..
Bantamweights: Oliver Aldridge,
Ann. Arbor; O. B. Williams, Ypsi-
lanti; Ralph Austin, Clinton; Dave
Gallup, U. of M.; Isadore Zucker, U.
of M.; DuWayne Murray, Jackson;;
and Lee Drake, Ypsilanti.
Featherweights: Joe Oakley, U. of
M.; George Rice, U. of M.; Joe Mal-1
lin, Ypsilanti; Eddie Boyer, Wayne;,
and Jim Kelley, Ypsi Normal.
Lightweights: Gilbert Patch, Ypsi
Normal.; Dave Golden, Charles Ver-
berg and Carl Burgtorf, U. of M.;
Curtis Bradbury, Dexter; Joe Gold-
berg, Ypsilant; Joseph Pecki, Dear-
; Tomeszewski, Wayne; and
Alvin Wigg, Ann Arbor.
Welterweights: Milton Schloss, Jo-
seph Black, Lee Shaw, Leo Gromacki,
and Arthur Decker, U. of M.; Fred-
erick Knox, Ypsilanti; Walter Stan-
field, Ypsi Normal; Orton Miller,
Dexter; and Chester Rpezecki, Dear-
born.
Middleweights: Andre, Gunn and:
Wilfred Snith, U. of M.; Raymond
Miller, Howell; Earl McCleery, Ann:
Arbor; Arthur Doletski, Dexter; and
Fred Purdue, Ypsi Normal.
Lightheavyweights: Jack Starwas,
Ypsilanti; Russel Coe, Northville;
Ferris Newman, Ypsi Normal; and
John Hendricks, Saline.

Mississippi farmers in the 23 delta
and border delta counties this fall!
planted 1,755,710 pounds of winter
legume seed for soil building pur-
poses.

Stars On Offense

Riinkmen Crush
Canadians 6-2;
Show Fast Game
Crowd Thrilled As Reil,

Jewell And Cros
Star For Wolves

ism an

Emmy Reid, co-captain of Michi-
gan's hockey team and stellar left
wing, who scored three of the Wolves'
six goals last night. One was unas-
sisted, and two were scored on passes
from Keith Crossman, the other
Maize and Blue leader. Crossman
himself pushed in two on passes from
Reid. She-f scored the other tally.
Open Swimming
Meets Planned
After Vacation
A new policy of local swimmii g
meets will be inaugurated by the
Michigan tank squad this season,
Coach Matt Mann announced yester-
day.
The meets will be held in the In-
tramural Pool e-ery other week, and
will be in the forn. f handicap races
between members of the varsity and
reshman squads.
In addition the meets will be open
to any University student or towns-
person. The idea of having every
student enter at least one of the com-
petitions has been advanced and
seems well supported. The meets will
begin immediately after the vacation.
The schedule for the regular var-
sity season has also been made pub-
lic. Three dual meets are carded as
well as the Conference and National
Intercollegiate championships.
To Travel By Car
Michigan will travel to Chicago for
meets with Northwestern and Chi-
cago on successive nights, Feb. 17
and 18, to start off the Big Ten sea-
son.
Northwestern will be met a second
time, coming to Ann Arbor on March
3, to close the dual meet season.
The conference championship, at
which Michigan will defend the
crown it has held for the past two
years, is slated for March 16 and 17
at Chicago. The team will go to New
Haven tworweeks later, March 30-31
in an, effort to retain its position a s
holder of the National Intercollegiate
title.
Traveling will probably be done in
automobiles this season, it was an-
nounced.

By ALBERT H. NEWMAN
Flashing plenty of clean, hard
hockey and a scoring punch which
netted six goals to their opponents'
two, Michigan's varsity hockey team
handed the Chatham A. C. outfit a
defeat which amply revenged three
close battles taken from the Wolve-
rines by the Canadians last year. The
contest was a feature at the Varsity
Arena here last night; one of the
best games of recent years thrilled
the crowd.
Emmy Reid co-captain and left
wing of the Michigan sextet scored
three goals, two on assists by Keith
Crossman, star center. Crossman
scored two, both on passes fromReid.
Johnny Sherf, sophomore wing con-
verted to defense for last night's
battle, crashed through to score the
other tally unassisted.
Chatham drew first blood with a
goal at the end of five minutes of
play in the first period. Reynolds
penetrated Michigan's defense at the
center, and passed to Sadler at the
right. Sadler made a clean shot from
about twenty-five feet.
Michigan Tallies
Michigan evened the score after
one minute of the second period had
elapsed as Reid crossed in front of
the net from right to left and
stretched the cords from a distance
of fifteen feet. In four minutes,
Reid penetrated the Chatham de-
fense with some brilliant stick work.
He passed to Crossman on the right
side, and the Wolverine center had
no trouble in scoring from about six
feet.
The final score of the period came
with three minutes to go, when
Crossman at center passed to Reid
on the left, and Reid sent a neat shot
into the right corner of the goal.
Four minutes had elapsed in the
final period when Johnny Sherf made

Fraternity Matmen
Will Meet Tonight
In 'Mural Contest
Tonight will mark the opening of'
the annual Interfraternity Wrestling
tournament conducted by the Intra-
mural Department. Twelve houses
are already enterec ana more are ex-
pected before the tourney gets under
way.
The fraternity men will wrestle in
eight different classes, at 115 pounds,
125 pounds, 135 pounds, 145 pounds,
155 pounds, 165 pounds, 175 pounds,
and the heavyweight class. The men
will weigh in this afternoon between
3 and 5:30 p. m. either at the Water-
man Gym or at the Intramural
building. The preliminary bouts are
scheduled to start at 7 p. m. tonight.
The finalists in each class will meet
tomorrow night.
a brilliant solo dash down the ice
with the Chatham defense trailing
him. Feinting the goalie out of po-
sition, the sophomore popped in a
short one.
Chatham sent four and five men
down the ice during the last period,
and this gave the Reid-Crossman
combination scores at ten minutes
and fifteen minutes, the first goal
being shot by Crossman, and the
final Michigan score by Reid. With
but two minutes to go, Riseborough
of Chatham managed to put one past
Jewell, Michigan goalie, after he had
repelled a rain of almost impossible
shots which amounted to twenty-four
during the final period. His game
was outstanding.
LINEUPS
Michigan Pas. Chatham
Jewell . ......G....... Peardon
Sherf .......... LD......... Sadler
Chapman ...... RD...... Reynolds
Crossman .......C........ Murrell
Reid ........... LW ..... A. Stevens
David ..........BW ... Riseborough

(ONGRATULATIONS to the "Stars
and Stripes" of the Edit page,
best wishes, flowers, and all that
sort of thing. Just one point, mor-
tality rates are high on the edit page
for columnists, so, "Yours for a pro-
tracted existence," sister column.
* * *
WHILE the Rose Bowl game was
under consideration, we were
sorry about Coach Cappon's basket-
ball team which stood to lose much
of its strength if the grid team went
west. After Monday night's demon-
sti'ation, we feel that our regards
were not needed. Garner, Eveland,
Petoskey, Allen, and others did not
come up to expectation. If something
like the Rose Bowl game comes up
again that might take some of the
present basketball squad, we will not
spend our emotions worrying about
it.
N PHONETICS laboratory Tuesday
morning, Ted Petoskey was called
upon to have his breathing tested.
Ted blew a mighty blast into the
measuring machine and broke it. His
failure to win the class champiohship
for 'best breath,' as a young lady and
a member of this staff both had bet-

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