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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

olverineHockey

Team

Will Engage Sarnia Here

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PLAY &

BY- PLAY
By AL NEWMAN
ETTERS of a gangster in college
to his lady-friend in the Big,
Wicked City:
Dear Mabel:
Well, here I am back again from
Xmas vacation. Quite a vacation,
hey? I find that the President of
the College has left for Egypt which
is where all the extinct faros are
resting in peace except those which
the C.W.A. ditch-digging operations
in previous depressions dig up. And
while the President is away, here
they go and decide to have final ex-
aminations anyway. Well if that is
all the respect the President gets
around here, I do not want to be
President.
The basketball team is the chief
topic of conversation right now, Ma-
bel. I hear that the boys are not
doing quite as well as the football
team did, and everyone is wondering
what is the matter. Well I do not
pretend to know very much about
the game, but I see one contest and
I can tell you that the boys are not
putting the ball through the iron
ring often enough. That is all that
is the trouble.
It is enough to make me wonder
hearing all the complaints & theories
which are floating around the cam-
pus. Here they go yammering around
and forget all about what a wonder-
ful football team we have and forget
that the Michigans cannot always
put the slug on all the other Big
Tens in every sport. Anyway, I bet
that the boys do not need much
complaining to make them do their
best. They are feeling bad enough
right now, and the only thing I can
see which will help is to try to make
them feel better.
The icemen which are the hockey
players also drop two games to the
Minnesodas. It is a regular thing, I
hear, the Minnesodas to win while
they are there and the Michigans to
win while they are here. It is no
doubt the difference inthe ice up
at Minnesoda and the ice down here.
I think the only way, Mabel, to
decide the series once and for all is
to have the 2 referees of the 2 series
meet say in Chicago and fight the
thing out between themselves.
Well, looking the basketball situ-
ation over, I feel very, very hopeful.
Anyway, things could not be much
worse.
Sincerely,
Mike.

Strong Canadian
Sextet Here For
One Game Stand
Lowrey Anticipates Hard
=Match For Wolverines;
Will Start Same Team
Face-Off At 8 P. M.
Will Be Final Encounter
Of Semester For Local
Stick-Wielders
The Wolverine hockey sextet will
close its first semester schedule at 8
o'clock tonight in the Varsity Arena
against the strong Pointe Edward
team of Sarnia, Ontario. Admission
for the game will be 35 cents for
students and faculty members on
presentation of coupon book or ident-
ification card.
Pointe Edward, leader of the in-
termediate division in the Ontario
amateur league, will present a strong
lineup led by such stars as Burley,
Levanovitch, and Manning. Levano-
vitch is one of the best stick-handlers
in the league, his passing ability be-
ing outstanding.
Courtis Out With Bad Ankle
The Wolverines will start with the
same lineup that has been on the
ice at the opening face-off in the
games this year. Coach Lowrey is
not yet sure about the Michigan
|spares as Walter Courtis, one of the
Wolverine replacements, is out of the
game due to a sprained ankle which
he suffered Sunday.
The game tonight should be a close
battle between two strong teams. The
Maize and Blue have not been de-
feated this year by any of the ama-
teur teams in the M-O or Ontario
leagues and they will be trying to
keep this record clean.
In eight games this season, the
Michigan six has won five and -lost
three, two of the defeats coming last
Thursday and Friday nights at the
hands of the Minnesota Gophers by
scores of 5-2 and 1-0.
Lowrey Takes Team Off Ice
The Wolverines ran up a 2-1 lead
over Minnesota in the first period of
Thursday's contest, but only after
Coach Lowrey had protested the
quality of the officiating by the ref-
eree. Shortly after the opening face-
off, Ted Chapman was unjustly pen-
alized, and in, order to prevent any
further discrimination, the Michigan
mentor called the team off the ice,
refusing to play unless the officiating
would be fairer. After returning to*
the ice, the decisions of the referee
wereabsolutely fair, according to
Lowrey, and there were no more
complaints.
The Maize and Blue could not hold
theirlead, however, the defense fal-
tering enough to allow Johnson,
Gopher spare, to skate through for
three goals, a lead which the Mich-
igan six could not overcome.
Capt. George David, Johnny Jewell,
and Larry David continued to play
the same outstanding games that
drew favorable comment for their
showing against Michigan Tech ten
days ago.
The probable lineups for tonight's
game follows:
Michigan Pos. Pt. Edward
Jewell ........ Goal......... Geary
Chapman .. . ,Defense...... Manor
L. David ......Defense. , F. Prudence
Artz ... .. . Center .,...Burley
Sherf ........Wing... . Levanovich
G. David ..;... .Wing......Manning
Spares - Michigan: Stewart and
McEachern. Pt. Edward: Gutteridge,
Garvie, Murphey, and Jenkins.

KEEP RECORD INTACT
The University of Iowa's win over
Wisconsin rounded out a full calen-
dar year in which the Hawkeye
basketeers were not defeated on their
home court, meanwhile registering 11
successive wins there.
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Tankmen Prepare For Meet With Stale Tomorroz

They're Rowing Hard, But Getting Nowhere

-Associated Press Photo
This spectacle of Columbia University oarsmen churning up the
water in their outdoor practice tank isn't as futile as it may look. It's
merely part of the boys' practice for spring rowing events - and they
say it gets the oarsmen in fine condition.

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Keen.Satisfied
With Showing
Against State
Wrestlers Show World Of
Progress In Win Over
Spartan Team
Coach Clifford Keen yesterday ex-
pressed full satisfaction with the
showing the wrestling team put up
against Michigan State in the dual
meet held at East Lansing Saturday
night. The Wolverines showed a
world of progress when they came
through to beat the Spartans, 16 1-2
to 11 1-2.
Coach Keen was especially pleased
with the performances turned in by
Captain Art Mosier. The Wolverine
captain won an overwhelming time
advantage victory over State's repre-
sentative and almost won by a fall.
Don Fiero, in his first meet for
Michigan this year, also turned in a
creditable performance although he
was held to a tie by his 118-pound
opponent. However, Fiero held a
small time advantage over the State
man although it was not large
enough to warrant a victory.
Harrod suffered the hardest break
of the evening when, after he had
been on the top all of the way in
the 145-pound match, he hurt sev-
eral ribs and was forced to default
his match. Several times he was on
the verge of pinning his Spartan op-
ponent but bad luck proved his un-
doing.
Joe Oakley and Seymour Freedman
continued their string of wins, each
one having taken their opponents in
each of the two meets.
The squad will continue the prac-
tice sessions throughout the exam
period, the practising of each indi-
vidual being determined by his exam
schedule and inclinations.
Cagers Rest As Cappon
Scouts Wildcat-Ohio Tilt
Varsity basketball coach, Franklin
Cappon, remained in Chicago over
the week-end in order to scout the
Ohio State and Northwestern teams
in their game at Evanston last night,
As a result the cage team did not
practice yesterday, but Cappon will
be back in plenty of time today to
give the squad a hard work-out and
probably a decided shake-up after
their defeat at the hands of the
lowly Chicago Maroons last Satur-
day night.

Hubbell, Martin To Be
Rivals In Court Game
OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 22. -
OP--- Carl Hubbell and Pepper.
Martin will oppose each other" on
the basketballcourt here tonight.
From his home town of Meeker
the New York Giants' famous
southpaw will bring his All Stars
to meet the Oklahoma City Col-
cord quintet coached by the St.
Louis Cardinal third sacked.
Neither Hubbell nor Martin will
play. Managing and coaching a
basketball team is a Hubbell
hobby during the winter months.
Psi U, Theta Chi
In Aquatic Finals
The field in the fraternity dual
swimming and water polo meets has
been narrowed down to the two final-
ists, Theta Chi and Psi Upsilon.
Psi Upsilon is favored to swim off
with the gonafalon in the swimming
meet, while. Theta Chi holds the
edge in the water polo engagement.
Both aquatic contests will be fought
out early next semester.
The supporting cast of Psi Upsilon
swimmers are Rose and Baker, in
the free style, Fischer and Langford,
in the back stroke, Haughey and
Dobson, in the breast stroke, Dobson
and Haughey again, divers, and a
relay team of Rose, Baker, Fischre,
and Knapp.
Vieing against this array of talent
will be Townsend and Williams, free
style, Ellsworth and Earle, back
stroke, Jennette and Howell, breast
stroke; Earle and Coward, divers, and
relay amen Townsend, Williams, Jen-
nette and Howell.
Yale, Yale The Gang's
All Here' Yale Motto
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Jan. 22.-P)
- A Yale man as Yale coach ap-
peared the probable answer today to
the question, "who will coach Yale
football?"
First authoritative word of the way
the wind is blowing came from Mal-
colm Farmer, chairman of Yale ath-
letics, who broke his strict silence to
say:
"The tendency is toward a Yale
man.
A decision was promised for early
this week, with the board of athletic
control scheduled to meet tonight or
tomorrow night.
The way was cleared for the se-
lection of a Yale man, meanwhile,
by a subsiding~ of the agitation
against t h e traditional graduate
coaching policy and in favor of an
"outsider," preferably Harry G. Kipke
of Michigan.

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