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February 17, 1934 - Image 3

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Tangle J
Mosier To Meet
Morford Today
In Feature Bout
Cornell Squad Boasts Two
A.A.U. Headliners; Will
Wrestle Locals Today
Rubin Will Wrestle
Local Team Intact Except-
ing Oakley, Who Is On
Injured List
Michigan's wrestlers went through
a light workout yesterday afternoon,
putting the finishing touches to their
training for this afternoon's meet
with Cornell College of Iowa in the
Field House.
Rubin Subs For Oakley
No changes in the squad which
met Ohio State on Monday night
were announced by Coach Keen ex-
cept the substitution of Seymour Ru-
bin for Joe Oakley in the 126 lb.
class. The loss of Oakley, one of
the four letter-men on the squad,
through a fractured arm suffered in
the Buckeye defeat will be great, but
Coach Keen is counting on Rubin, a
junior who has been on the squad
for two years, to replace him ef-
fectively although he has had no
varsity experience.
Rubin will be opposed by John-
son, a sophomore. The Cornell squad
is composed of three sophomores and
five seniors.
In Feature Match
The outstanding match of the meet
promises to be between Art Mosier,
the Wolverine captain, and Morford,
in the 155 lb. class. Morford, na-
tional A.A.U. champion in his divi-
sion has been a consistent point-
winner for Dick Barker, the former
Wolverine mentor now at Cornell, in
their previous matches with Indiana,
Des Moines, and Nebraska.
Mosier, who has lost one match
this s e a s o n, in the Northwestern
meet, has been a consistent winner
for three years and will be out to
trim the champion.
Jimmy Landrum, who has had dif-
ficulty in making his 118 lb. weight
limit, will meet Schaffer, a sopho-
more. Freedman will meet West at
135 lbs. and Harrod meets Hill at
145 lbs.
In the 165 lb. division Hilt Ponto,
who lost his first match of the sea-
son against Ohio State, will meet an-
other champion, Ellsworth, who was
runner-up in last year's national
A.A.U. meet. Neafus will meet Os-
burn at 175 lbs.
In the heavyweight group, John
Spoden, the Michigan senior will
meet a sophomore, Bunch. Spoden
has wrestled in but one meet this
year, having lost by a fall in the
Buckeye meet.
The meet will begin in Yost Field
House at 4 p. in. Admission is 25
cents or the student coupon book.
Indiana Institutes New
Search For Grid Coach

Al Plummer, Michigan forward,
who has been an in-and-outer so fax
this season, will try to bring his play
up to his last year's par when he was'
one of the best forwards in the Con-
ference, tonight in a return engage-
ment with Ohio State at Columbus

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of the Wolverine ,,attack, his solo
dashes down the ice bringing the ca-
pacity crowd to its feet on several
occasions. Two of Sherf's three goals
were the result of these solo dashes
as he carried the puck through the
entire Badger team to beat Heyer as
he tried to turn aside the flying rub-

After Billy Southworth, Badger de-
fenseman, had scored Wisconsin's
second goal midway in the second
period, the Michigan defense tighten-
ed up, checking the Cardinals before
they could get an open shot at the
Michigan net.
Late in the final period with
Chapman and Sherf in the penalty
box, the Badgers sent four men down
the ice and their attack was too much
for the crippled Michigan defense
and Quinn beat Jewell for the final
score of the game,
Lineup and Summary
Michigan Pos. Wisconsin
Jewell .........G. ............Heyer
L. David ....... D.. . ...Southworth
Chapman ..... D........ Femal
Artz ....... C .... ...Maxwell
G. David ......W .......... Fallon
Sherf ....... ..WWW.......... Quinn
Michigan spares - Courtis, Mc-


Eachern, Stewart, Sindles, MacCol-
lum.. Wisconsin spares - Mercer,
Halvorsen, Fawckes, Lyke.
First period scoring- 1. Sherf
(Stewart), 12:07; 2. Mercer, 15:50.
First period penalties -Chapman,
Fallon, Sherf, and Mercer.
Second period scoring - 3. South-
worth, 9:40; 4. G. David (MacEach-
ern), 13:45; 5 Sherf, 15:32.
Second period penalties - Chap-
man, Sherf, Femal, Southworth.
Third period scoring -6 Sherf,
2:07; 7. G. David, 2:22; Quinn, 15:10.
Third period penalties- Fallon,
Sherf, Halvorsen, Chapman.

BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Feb. 16 -
(.P) - Indiana University started a
new search for a football coach to-
day as a result of Don Peden's deci-
sion not to accept the job of suc-
cessor to E. C. (Billy) Hayes, who
resigned Saturday.
Peden, Ohio University coach for
the past 10 years, was offered the
Indiana job, but could not agree with
Indiana officials on the length of
contract and salary terms.
Z. G. Clevenger, director of ath-
letics, said that he had several can-
didates u n d e r consideration, and
that an early decision would be made
to permit the new coach to come here
to conduct spring football practice.
M o r l e y Jennings, football and
baseball coach at Baylor University,
Waco, Tex., is understood to be one
of the leading candidates for the job.
Jennings was formerly associated
with Hayes at Mississippi A. & M.

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