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'RUARY 12, 1935

THE -M1IThIGAN. DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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MlatmenReady
To Uderke0P
Eastern T rip
Grapplers To. Meet West
Virginia, Washington &
Lee Teams

Captain, Jewell Is
'Doing Welh'i4e
Receitt Operattion

eel With Brifsh b'rpi'ons

WOMEN'SI
SPORTS

nexi. summoner. Opruiyto ps
both Senior and Eaie tests wl
be given.
IThe Intramnural swimming mecet
will be held in March. House manana-

Bigd Ten Standings

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Captain Johnny Jewell, ace goalie
of the Michigan hockey team, was re-
ported yesterday as, "resting comfort-
ably, and doing as, well: as is to be
expected" after an appendectomy
which he underwent last Friday at
University Hospital.

The Varsity wrestling team began Although the hockey team did not
preparations for its Eastern invasion suffer from the annual bugaboo. of
against West Virginia and Washing- scholastic ineligibility~, th~e, loss of
ton nd ee extSatrda an Mo- 'Jewell, perhaps merely temporarily,
tonandLeenex Saurdy ad Mn-leavesa gap in the line-up which
day by going through a long work- will b~e difficult toQ fill. Jewell has tend-
out at the Intramural Building. edi the. Michigan, lie unassisteo fqr
Coach Keen was disappointed with two years and a half, ever since he
the Wolverines' showing again Mich- became eligible as a sophomore.
igan State last Saturday, but attrib- At present it is hoped that he will
Ib.able to resume his position in front
uted the defeat in a great measure o f, the Maize and Blue goal before
to the strain of the final examina- j.the season is over, although it is as
tions, which worked havoc with the I yet uncertain as to how soon he can
matmiens' condition.I return,
The meet reached its final stage It is with the two-game series with
with the outcome depending on the! 11 iipnC5ATta, schaeduledl forthe 22nd;
result of the heavyweight event be- and 23-rd of this Imont~h that Jewell
tween Captain Gordon Reavely of. Iis nmost concerned. For the first time
the Spartans and Ha; f y Wright. in i fve years, Michigan ha's a chance
Reavely managed to pin the Mich- to wrest the Conferene hockey title
igan heavyweight early in the matcr from the Gophers.
and the Spartans won, 18-12. Jewell1 hi~nmslf~ played nopmni part
Abe Levine, Wally Heavenrich, in the recent~ series at M\inneapolis,
Harold Ross and Captain Jack Har- in w hick the sextet won one gam~e and
rod came through for Michigan, win- tied one. Andx it~ was not of the games
ning their matches by time advan-. against Michigan College of ines
tages. This was the fourth straight at the endl of the season that he
win for both Harrod and Heaven- spoke whn he said he wanted to be
rich, while Levine won his second is cop4ition to pla.y "in, two games
match out of three starts. It was, this semester, anyway."
the first victory for Ross.
Chuck Brooks and Bill Slocum lost by 1h1;.
by falls to their opponents, while
Frank Bissell dropped his first match I1~Ws1 ToQ
although. he wrestled in the 155-
pound class which is a notch- lower i W YQR1K, Feb. 11-('/[')-The
than' that at which he has been mo t stailkipag evelpent .f the in-
wrestling. This was, Wright's second door trade~ season thus far 1has been~
loss in four starts, Reavely having in thae shift in pi e ic nterest from~
pinned him before at Lansing in an the lnilrs to ?he startling accom~-
overtime period. plishinents of l.les (Chuck)
Coach Keen expects a hard struggle Hornbo~stel, ~riap's~ great half-
against Washington and Lee and miler.
West Virginia, Saturday and Mon- Wh-re the eigY-furloiig duaelts of
day. Washington and Lee tied a Glen p, unningham and Bill Bon-
Navy mat team which turned in a thron packed Madisop Sqziare Gar-
30-0 win against Chicago Saturday den and other indoo: r reas a year
night. The Wolverines nosed out ago Hlornbostel 's r1ecord - breaking
the Maroons two weeks ago at Chi- speed over the shorter distances has
cago when Wright pinned his oppon- l caught hold of popular imagination
ent in two minutes, hlijs; season.

Bat k frown a victorious tour of the igan tankinen mrovedi over to Toronto l gers are reminded to get their teamstF
e'ster} states and Canada and at full and took a 47-39 decision from the out for practice.I
scnhfollowing the first semester, Canadian All-Star's, the same outfit The beginning of the new semen- The Dance Club is preparing for a:
iian'Zs championship swimming that will appear here Saturday night.j ter, marks the opening of the inter recital to, be held early in May. Any-j<
'teac ean preparations yesterday The Wolveriues set two Canadian 1class basketball tournam~ent. Those; one interested in doing this sort of;P
tfor the biggest home meet of the sea- rccords against the All-Stars. The
con against the Canadian All-Stars medley relay trio of Cody. Kasley, who distinguis:hed themselves during work should get in touch with Miss
next S atut day night at the Intra- and Bob Mowerson established a new I intramural competition will receive Emily White r Julia Wilson, '36.r
mu} al pool. I standard with the time of 3:05.4,I special invitations to play. Anyone;Ameigfralhuetltcjt
Co-Captain Taylor Drysdale, na- coming within 0.2 of a siecond ofitrse'n lyn hul eot maes il forhaldouathlti
ticulbe-tolecapo, akYl' National Collegiate record for practice at 4 p.m., Feb. 19, at lagrswllbielnt ~. at?
Kasley, brilliant sophomore breast made at Columbus last March. I Bar'bour Gym. Elizabeth Oberdier,! the W.A.A. Building.
-trolker. and Ned Diefendorf, formrer Ka~sley Smashes Record '37. is in charge.
jurair rINational A.A.U. diving champ_ Kasley clipped almost six secondsi The Red Cross Life Saving class GOT LATE STI\RT
ion, ail returned to eligibility with from the Canadian record in the will hold its first meeting at 8:'30 uscofrad fth
the new semester. Diefendorf will' breast-stroke, negotiating the 100- p.m. tonight in the Union Pool. The Roy GuIcofrado h
not comipete Saturday, however, due yard event in 1:07.2. Cody swarm theI class Will meet regularly from 8:30 to University of Illinois basketball team, I
ao a foot injury sustained in prac- ' 100-yard back-stroke in 1 :04.2 to win 9:30, p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays! did not begin playing the game untilI
Lice. handily, and Benl Grady and Frank at, the Union. he was a junior in high school.
On the negative side of the ledger Fehsenfeld finished one-two in the he training period this year will -
' is the lose through ineligibility of! diving, be considerably shorter, because the i
B3ob L.awrence, All-America collegiate Saturday night found the Wolve- j National Red Cross Examiner will beI
tbrcast-.:troke swimmer last year. whoj ines meeting the Canadian All-Stars in Ann Arbor the week of March 4.1
was changed to the .free-style events again in an exhibition meet at King- Miss Laurie E. Campbell will have
last reeter. Stan , Ontario. Th st m t e Ca - charge of, the class. It is highly '
s 1v Easy Time At Buffalo 1 dians fell, 41-34. tm h aa recommended to girls desirous of ob- F n.TER NIT Y
! : 'IThursday night the Wolver-I The All-Stars are practically the tau'ring camp counsellor positions
iies ra,1 over an all-star squad from ,.ame team that won the champion- MMNO
P,~fh~ and -Niagara in the Buffalo; ship of the British Empire in the Em- CAMPUECIGARSTOR
Y CA.to the tune of 55-29. Tex 1 ire games last yea r and are coached I CM U IA TR
1obertson in the 220 and 440-yard Fey Tommy Walker, the Canadian Metn lc o
fiQ ,-tP events and Coach Matti Olympic team m entor.
J ~ ;o.'s medley relay team of Fred l Sociable Fellows
C cd, -. F ill Crittenden, and Frank WALCDO3RF THE YOUNGEST FulUinToTipsToPao
Ba~ _na r ', set new Niagara district; Lynn Waldorf, recently appointed' EllneoPisTbc,
reord and Kasley tied the old mark hecad football coach at Northwestern Candy, and Soft Drinks.""=
in toe~ 100-yard breast-stroke, is the youngest mentor in the Western 52 EATLBRYS
On the following night the Mich- Conference. He is 32, _...___________________

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Purdue .....5 1 217 183 .833
Indiana ..5 1 219 175 .833
W.isconsin . .5 2 193 162 .714
Illinois .....4 2 215 101 .666
Ohio State . .6 3 304 275 .66
Minnesota . 5 3 260 269 .625
Iowa,.......4 4 272 210 . .00
Michigan . 1 5, 18117g .166
Northwest'n 1 6 17$0 207 .143.
Chicago .... 0 9 259 346 .000
.Yesterday's- Results
Indiana 34, Iowa 30.
Wisconsin 26, Chicago 24.
Ohio State 41, Northwestern 2.9.
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