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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wolverine Sextet To Meet Kitchei

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By AL N EWMAN-I
Kitchener....
Sea-Monster....
* * *
TONIGHT'S BATTLE may begin a
new era in Michigan hockey. The
scheduling of the Kitchener team is
a tacit admission on the part of
Coach Eddie Lowrey that he thinks
this year's edition of the Maize and
Blue pucksters is the best so far.
Kitchener, you see, should prove
to be a team entirely above the class
which, outside the conference, the
Wolverines have been tackling..
a better team than a Michigan hock-
ey outfit has faced. It should turn
out to be a real test with Lowrey's
men definitely the underdogs.
To you Kitchener is probably just
another medium-sized town in south-
ern Ontario. Maybe you even know
that before the war thename of the
place was Berlin. But it's ten to
one youdon't realize that Kitchener
was champion last year of the Sen-
ior "A" division of the O.H.A., which
is the top amateur loop of Ontario,
and probably just as good an aggre-
gation of, amateur hockey teams as
you will find anywhere.
Last season the University of
Western Ontario and Ontario Agri-
cultural College visited Ann Arbor
and played the Wolverines. They
were Senior "B"'teams . .entirely
below the "A" class of which the
University of Toronto sextet is a
member.;
To date,- the best United States
collegiate hockey has been played by
Harvard, Yale, and Princeton. Mc-
Gill University of Montreal has
walked all over these teams in con-
tests this year. The University of
Toronto is in a hockey class with
McGill. Figure it out, and you
should come to the conclusion that
if the score tonight is at all close,
the hockey empire, like the gridiron,
may be said to be taking its way
Westward as all properly conducted
empires are supposed to do. Any-
way, it's something we've all waited
for a long time.
NOTE WITH ,GLEE that the
Scotch have discoveed a new
sea-monster in one of their lakes.
The kilted Caledonians have a repu-
tation as a canny race. People are
pouring into the region so see for
themselves, andit's dollars to sec-
ond-hand doughnuts that the tour-
ist-trade in the off-season is boom-
ing right now. Bet the Californians
are kicking themselves for not think-
ing of it first.
Ah, well, give the Lakes States
three more years of Repeal and I'll
bet we develop some monsters right
here.
W OMEN'S
Schedules for the first week's play
of the basketball elimination series
was announced yesterday by the Ath-
letic Department. Four games are
slated for each day this week except
Friday. The houses not included in
the list will be notified, and will
probably have to play evening games.
This afternoon at 4 o'clock the
crack teams representing Mosher and
Jordan will tangle at Barbour gym.
On the second court Kappa Delta
will meet Jordan's third sextet. At
5 p. m. Pi Phi will battle with Alpha
Delta Pi while Delta Zeta engages
Sorosig.
The schedule for the rest of the
week follows: Wednesday, 4 p. m. -
Chi Omega vs. Jordan, 2; Helen

Newberry vs. Gamma Phi Beta; 5
p. m.- Alpha Epsilon Phi vs. Adelia
Cheever; Alpha Omicron Pi vs. Mar-
tha Cook. Thursday, 4 p. m. - Kap-
pa Alpha Theta vs. Alpha Xi Delta;
Alpha Chi Omega vs. Independents.
At 5 p. m. -Alpha Phi vs. Sigma
Kappa; Theta Phi Alpha vs. Delta
Gamma. Friday at 4 p. m. - Grad-
uates vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma; and
Betsy Barbour vs. Tri Delta.
Ten new candidates were initiated
into the Swimming Club at the meet-
ing at the Union Pool last Satun-
day morning. The women initiated
were: Mary Montgomery, '37, Rita
Wellman, '37, Lucille Wyman, '35Ed.,
Peggy Willis, Helen Gillespie, '35Ed.,
Altean Lisle, '35Ed., Marjorie Israel,
'35Ed., Mabel Howard, '37, Theresa
Jaycox, '37, and Henrietta Freund.

Canadian Stars
Will Attempt To
End Win Streak
Class 'A' Champions Of
S.O.H.A. Have Amateur
Record In Canada
Kitchener Favored
Hard Battle Is Anticipated
As Both Squads Defend
Spotless Records
In an attempt to defend its sea-
son's record unmarred by defeat
Michigan's hockey team will take to
the ice in the Varsity Arena at 8
o'clock tonight against Kitchener
champions over all amateur ice
teams in Ontario.
Kitchener boasts, besides the "A"
division title in the Senior Ontario
Hockey Association, victories over
Canadian and Eastern United State
college teams where the best brand
of the ice game are displayed. The
Northmen have had both amateur
and professional standing. Last yeai
they were admitted back into the
amateur fold and swept all opposi-
tion offered them in the S.O.H.A.
league.
Wolverines Unbeaten
The Wolverines have had pleasing
success in their pre-holiday games,
winning from Dearborn and Am-
herstburg in the Michigan-Ontario
league and from Colgate University's
Maroons by a wide margin.
With the exception of Larry Da-
vid, sophomore defense man, Michi-
gan's sextet is an all-veteran com-
bination.. Johnny Sherf and Capt.
George David at forwards and Avon
Artz, center, comprise the offensive
wall, with Ted Chapman and Larry
David on defense.
Artz has been suffering from an
attack of grippe the past week and
may not see extensive action in to-
night's encounter. Mac McAcheron
and Tommy Stewart are capable sub-
stitutes at the forward posts; Bill
Onderdonk is the center spare; and
Walt Courtis works well at either
offense or back-checking.
Michigan Is Underdog
Since two unbeaten outfits will
face each other on the ice tonight,
a thrilling battle is anticipated.
Coach Eddie Lowrey is pessimistic
over the result, but states that the
Wolverines will give the Kitchener
team a hard fight regardless of the
outcome.
Michigan Defeats
Ciicago Quintet
(Continued from Page 1)
during the final minute of play and
there was no more scoring.

Babe Ruth. Prepares

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ter Tonight On Arena lee
Dual Events To First Time Trials Ivy Williamson
Be Run Off In (fSeason Planned May Coach Eli
Swimming Meet By Track Mentor Ends This Year
With the first track time-trials of _
the season scheduled for next Sat-

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-Associated Press Photo
The Sultan of Swat is shown here swathed in towels as he started
his annual weight-reducing campaign as he prepares for another sea-
son with the New York Yankees,
Foul Shooting Is One Of Most
Unusual Events On 'Mural Card

Mamni Promises Action In
Preview Of His Varsity
Tankmen; Meet Is Open;
Matt Mann, Varsity swimming
coach, yesterday promised swimming
fans who attend Friday night's open
swimming meet more than their
money's worth.
Besides seeing in action for the
first time the team that will carry
Michigan's title hopes into Big Ten
and National competition this spring,
fans will have their first opportunity
to see the Japanese stroke that Mann
has been teaching his free-stylers
for months.
The full schedule of dual meet
events will be run-off, as well as a
high diving exhibition which will fea-
ture three sophomores whom Mann
expects to keep Michigan supreme
in the diving events during the next
three years. Derland Johnston, Ned
Deifendorf and Frank Fehsenfeld
are the sophomores who are fighting
for positions with Dick Degener on
this year's Varsity. Mann's choice
may depend a. great deal on what
the boys show in their first public
appearance as Michigan men here
Friday night.
Some of the finest swimmers who
ever competed for Michigan will
return to the scene of their former
triumphs on Friday night to com-
pete the members of this year's out-
fit. Bob Miller and Johnny Schmie-
ler, both captains in former years
will be back, as will be a host of
others. Besides these, several men,
including Taylor Drysdale, Ogden
Dalrymple and Bob McLeish, who
will not be eligible until the sec-
ond semester will swim Friday night.
Many Houses Entered In
Interfraternity Bowling
More than 20 fraternities have al-
ready signified their intention of en-
tering the annual interfraternity
bowling championship being con-
ducted this year on the Union alleys
by the intramural department in co-
operation with the Union.
Registration for the competition
has already begun at the offices in
the intramural building and will con-
tinue until the end of the week. Of-
ficials stated that points towards the
trophy awarded annually would be
given to all fraternities entering.

A group of seventy men has been
working out regularly in Yost Field
House since the resumption of prac-
tice following the Christmas holi-
days.
When asked how his men were de-
veloping, Coach Hoyt replied, "As
well as could be expected. The boys
are rounding into form satisfactorily.
They're as far along as they have
been in other years."
Trials Will Serve As Test
Trials in the field events will be
held Friday afternoon, as usual, with
the track events scheduled for Sat-
urday. All men on the squad will
compete. Th trials will serve as a
good intimation of the potential
strength of the Wolverines.
The complete squad lisp, at pres-
ent is: Alix, Allen, Adams, Alexan-
der, Babcock, Blumenfeld, Barnes,
Boebel, Bolitho, Bacon, Braverman,
Childs, Clark, Chapman, Drennan,
Droullard, Ellerby, T., Ellerby, R.,
Etchells, Freese, Ford, Frazen, Gil-
lilan, Goodman, Gorman, Howell,
Hunt, Hunn, Jeannette, Kemp, Ko-
sitcheck, Kauffman, Lemen, Lockey,
Lamb, and Lassila.
Millman, Malashevich, McManus,
Morris, Northrup, Ostrander, Onder-
donk, Pantlind, Patton, Perkins,
Quinn, Riley, Rea, Roberts, Randall,
Silverma, Schmidt, Schauner, Sim-
ons, Servis, Salmon, Shell, Serakas,
Starr, Smith, Stone, Schwenger, Vier-
giver, Ward, Wendland, Whitman,
and McCormick.
Frosh Also Progressing
Coach Ken Doherty is working
with a squad of sixty prospective
frosh tracksters. His men are also
rounding into form in fast order.
Davidson has tied the three lap prac-
tice record of 1:25.8, formerly held
by Gorman. Brelsford did him one
better by beating it with a 1:25.5.
Hall has turned in the best time
for one lap, Davidson for two, De-
Vine for five, Stone for six and
twelve and Wardell for ten and four-
teen. Time-trials are also scheduled
for the frosh this week-end.
While running in a Cambridge Uni-
versity hare and hound race last
week, William Stickney of New York
a former student of Trinity College,
fell and died.

BULLETIN
PONTIAC, Jan. 8- Ivan Wil-
liamson, former University of
Michigan football captain and
end, has signed as assistant coach
at Yale University, it was learned
here today. James H. Harris,
superintendent of schools at
Pontiac, said he had received a
telephone call from Williamson
during which he said he was go-
ing to accept an offer from the
Eli authorities. Williamson had
been "sought as Pontiac High
coach.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Jan. 8- P)
-A new turn in the Yale football
coaching situation came today with
the announcement that Ivan Wil-
liamson, captain and end of the
Michigan 1932 team, has conferred
with Malcom Far-
mer, chairman of
Yale's athletics.
The Yale ath-
1 e t i c association
announced t h a t
Williamson came
to New Haven and
talked with Far-
mer last Friday.
No announcement
as to the result of
wK 1....t soi t h e conversation
was forthcoming.
Yale's new advisory football commit-
tee was expected to meet this week.
Until that time, the athletic associa-
tion said, no'decision will be made
as to next season's coaching staff.
The New Haven Journal Courier,
however, reported that Williamson
,nay become freshman football coach.
Head'Coach Reggie Root was given
a one-year contract as mentor last
;eason of the Elis. The contracts of
:ther members of his staff also have
2xpired.

urday afternoon, Coach Charlie Hoyt Former Michigan Captain
is satisfied with the progress of the Confers With Malcolm
squad to date, and is expecting some
good times to be turned in. Farmer On Grid Job

By KEN PARKER
One of the most unusual sports
offered on the Intramural card every
year is the foul shooting event. There
are two divisions or tourneys, so to
speak, in this sport: the All-Campus
individual and the fraternity team
championships.
A candidate qualifies for the All-
Campus skill fest by sinking 15 out
of 25 trys. He then shoots 75 more
shots and his score is added. If
he hasn't sunk at least 75 out of
the total 100 trys he doesn't even
show.
The IrTaternity team champion-
ships constitute something of an ep-
isocie in Intramural activities. Each
fraternity enters a team, unlimited
numerically; the more the merrier
and, according to the law of aver-

ages, the more chance of a high
score. Each man shoots two rounds
of 25 shots. The ten highest are
added up. making the team score.
According to Earl N.hRiskey, intra-
mural director, about 400 to 500 men
start in shooting at 7 p. m. and fin-
ish up at about 11 p. m., all the
while constantly emitting a contin-
ual stream of basketballs against
eight backboards and nets.
As yet, 92 out or 100 is the highest
score ever recorded in the all-cam-
pus event. Muscovitch is responsi-
ble for this. He did it in 1928, be-
fore the depression. The best since
the depression started has not been
better than this mark. In 1932 W.
B. Miller rung up a rousing 86, and
the year before that Baldwin scored
81 baskets.

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