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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

the

Hawkeyes

Will Seek

Revenge

Over

Wolverines

Tonig

BOX

John Thomas

M ichigan Must
Win To Stay In
Conference Race

Michigan Beats

Wisconsin 8-1 In Opening Ice Conte

Manny Fishman
Wes 'Feser
Giant Killers
College Humor's Joker
* * *
B ASKETBALL FANS will have their
first opportunity to see Manny
Fishman, former All-State guard
from Detroit Northern, in a Maize
and Blue uniform tonight, if Coach
Cappon lets him in the game.
Fishman became eligible for the
first time this semester. Before the
season is finished, he is expected to
give Petoskey a real run for a de-
fensive post on the quintet.
If tonight's game is close, it is
doubtful if Fishman will get in as he
has practiced with the team only a
few times ,nd is not in the best pos-
sible shape. His biggest asset is a
one-handed shot. He kept his high
school team in the running, game
after game, with his sensational one-
handed shots.
Unlike most artists in this depart-
ment of the game, Fishman's shot
is not limited to short distances, al-
though he is much better and more
accurate from beneath the basket.
WES FESLER, Ohio State's All-
American end in 1930, came home
from the football coaches' meeting
in New York City with a real busi-
ness proposition to consider.
It is rumored that he has been of-
fered a coaching job at Harvard for
the 1933 season. He has as yet made
no definite statement regarding the
proposition, but it is presumed that
he regards it favorably.
Fesler will be recommended for a
year-round job on the staff to coach
the Varsity basketball squad, and
direct the backfield candidates for
the eastern eleven.
Should he receive the oppointment,
Fesler would replace Ed Wachter,
veteran basketball mentor, and Ar-
thur Sampson, who has directed the
Varsity backfield play for the two
past seasons.
PURDUE'S CAGERS can become
giant killers" overnight by tip-
ping over the dope cart and defeat-
ing Ohio State, Michigan, and North-
western. Although no one is pre-
dicting five victories over these com-
binations, the Boilermakers have
risen to heights before that would
only be tied by a performance of this
k ind.
Iowa has a suicide week-end in
stow for them, meeting Michigan and
Ohio State. If the Hawkeyes can top
these two teams, they will be right
in the running for the championship.
Northwestern has the best sched-
ule now of any team in not meeting
either Ohio State or Michigan. They
have an excellent chance of not drop-
ping any more games-if Purdue
doesn't adopt a new role, of course.
All of which reminds us about our
sacred vigil to "stop Ohio." Ohio
State was developed to a high point
at the start of theseason and has
been tapering off since. They can-
not hold their peak form forever, we
hope.
COLLEGE HUMOR, in a distinctive
effort to be different, kept Harry
Newman off their All-American. Gil
Berry of Illinois won the doubtful
honor of shading Newman for the
quarterback position. However, Mich-
igan placed with Ted Petoskey at
end.
On the All-Western team Newman
rated above Berry, who was placed at
halfback, but on the All-American,
for some unknown reason, the Illini
flash was rated above Newman and
gained the halfback position. Al-
though Berry didn't make the quar-
terback post in the Mid-West compe-
tition but did in the National compe-
tition.

Another distinctive effort in Hu-
mor's team concerns the two Notre
Dame tackles, Kurth and Krause.
On the All-American the former was
on the first team and the latter on
the second. On the All-Western
Kurth was one of the best, rating
first team, but Krause was only on
the second, being ousted by Rose-
quist. But by the time the All-Amer-
ican was selected Krause's stock had
risen to second All-American con-
sideration while Rosequist, his con-
queror, was dropped to honorable
mention.
SENATORS BUY BOKEN
WASHINGTON, Feb. 16.-(A')-The
purchase of Bob Boken, rangy short-
stop of the Kansas City American
Association Club, for use as utility
infielder by the Senators, was an-
nounced today by Clark Griffith.

In Rattle Royal J

Garner And Bastian Hold
Spotlight In Game Here;
To Wage Scoring Battle
Wolverines Favored
With Game On Home Floor
Michigan Hopes To Stop
Iowa Winning Streak
By L. ROSS BAIN
PROBABLE LINEUP
Michigan Iowa
Eveland ........R7..... Krumbholz
Plummer ....... L74 ......... Moffitt
Garner .......... C........Bastian
Altenhof ........R 3 ......... Selzer
Petoskey .......La3..........Grim
The two tallest centers in the Con-
ference will wage a battle royal to-
night in the field house when the
Michigan basketball five will attempt
to repeat its early season victory over
the University of Iowa quintet.
Ed Garner, elongated Michigan
center, will be vieing with Howard
Bastian, whose 6 feet 5 inches and
200 pounds rank him as probably
the largest regular center in the Con-
ference, for scoring honors. Both
pivot men are the
leading point mak-
ers for their re -
spective teams, .
with Bastian rank-
ing fifth a m o n g
the leading B i g
Ten scorers with
Ten scorers with
57 points, and
Garner only two
places behind to-E
talling 54 points in B
the race for idi- BASTIAN
vidual scoring supremacy.
The basketball team-Iowa or
Michigan-which has improved the
most since it met in thetseason's
first game will remain in the thick
of the Big Ten title fight after their
battle tonight. The Wolverines en-
ter the game in third place in tl
Conference standings, with a record
of five victories and one defeat, and
the Hawkeyes are right behind them
with five triumphs and two losses.
Since Michigan defeated Iowa early
in the season, 33 to 25, the Iowans
have won five of their six games, all
of the victories being successive. The
Hawkeyes beat Purdue and Chicago
twice and Wisconsin once in these
last five games.
Michigan's defense, the tighest in
the Conference to date, has held op-
ponents to an average of 23 and five-
sixths points per game. Iowa, in at-
tempting to puncture it, will use its
speedy floor plays,
which when click-
ing give short and
medium l e n g t h
shots to the entire
team. On defense,
.::9 .$ the Iowans rank
third place, only
3i: ~ slightly behind the
l e a d i ng Wolver-
I ines, but offensive-
ly they rank a
fraction of a point
SELZER above Michigan in
fourth position.
The Wolverines have a distinct ad-
vantage over the Iowa aggregation
because of playing on their home
floor, but intensive workouts reveal
that Coach "Cappy" Cappon has
been anything but optimistic con-
cerning this game with the rejuven-
ated Iowa quintet.
Ray Altenhof, All-Conference guard
in his sophomore year, will be starting
his last drive for a similar honor on
this year's team, and will be up
against a probable contender for the
same position in Ben Selzer, Iowa
guard.

Tero Leading Scorers
Pts.
Reiff (N.)............ ..... 82
Froschauer (Ill)............ 62
Bennett (Ill.) ...............59
Johnson (N.) ...............59
Bastian (I.)..... .........57
Hoskett (Ohio) ...............56
GARNER (Mich.)........... 54
Robinson (Minn.)...........50
Cottom (Pur.) ............... 48
Poser (Wis.) ................ 47

.. .-s - ... s.
Ed Garner, towering center, is ex-
pected to carry the brunt of Michi-
gan's offense against Iowa tonight.
Big Ed ranks seventh in the confer-
ence scoring race, and will be out to
boost his average at the Hawkeye's
expense.
Michigan Track
Team Will Run
Against Chicago
Of the 17 men who leave for the
first dual meet of the season at Chi-
cago''tonight, only about half the lot
will have had the benefit of any
previous competition.
The relay meet at West Virginia
last week-end helped to put on the
edge for several of the middle dis-
tance men, hurdlers, and sprinters,
but at least eight boys will be under
fire for the first time this season.
The sprinters, in the persons of
Ward and Kemp, look to have the
toughest assignment of the evening
when they match speed with Chi-
cago's capable dash man, Brooks. It
was Brooks who 'performed rather
well against the Wolverines last year,
when Renwick was being clocked in
close to world record time. Kemp
may pull a surprise, though, as he
will have the benefit of judicious
pistol-firing, which was so sadly
missing at West Virginia.
Debaker RecoversI
Coach Charley Hoyt is hoping that
the three years rest which "Chil"
- Allen has had because of eligibility
requirements will have stored up
some extra amount of "kick." Al-
though Allen has competed in out-
side meets, this will be his initial at-
tempt in the class of competition
found in the Western Conference.
Captain Charley DeBaker has been
showing improvement after his ill-
ness, and the encouraging perform-
ances which he has turned in during
practice would seem to indicate that
he is ready to lead what looks like a
powerful Michigan team. If Ellerby
had not strained his hip sprinting
during the past week, it would have
been a good bet for a slam in the
400.
Half-Mile Cinched
In the 880 there doesn't seem to be
much of a chance for Chicago.
Turner and Lemen appear to be far
above anything which the Midway-
men can turn loose. The boys may
even run "under wraps" in order to
save steam for the Conference meet.
"Doc" Howell has a rather dis-
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Reid Stars As,
Michigan Rains
Shots On Goal
Veteran Wingman Tallies
Four Times Unassisted
As Wisconsin Loses
Play AgainTonightj
Acclimated Cardinals May
Stage Comeback; Wolves
Demonstrate Form
By ALBERT H. NEWMAN
Michigan's Varsity hockey team
clicked last night and left the invad-
ing Wisconsin sextet on the short end
of an 8-1 score when the final gun
ended the contest at the Varsity
Arena. Wisconsin, cramped from a
long train ride, seemed unable to
get going while Emmy Reid ably
seconded by Keith Crossman and
George David of the Wolverine front
line deluged the Cardinal net with a
rain of shots that were hard to stop.
After eight minutes of play Reid
whistled the rubber past goalie Gree-
CHANGE GAME TIME
Michigan and Wisconsin will
play again tonight in the Varsity
Arena. The usual game time of 8
p. m. will be changed to about
8:45 p. m. in order to permit those
witnessing the Iowa - Michigan
basketball game to witness the
hockey contest in its entirety.
ley from his favorite spot on the red
line at the left. The remainder of
the period was scoreless.
Reid again tallied solo when he
stretched the twine with another
high one from the same spot after
two minutes of play in the second
stanza, and seven minutes later he
scored brilliantly from a pileup of
four Wisconsin players in front of
the cords. Seemingly hemmed in by
high-carried sticks, Reid deftly sent
the rubber to the mark.
After another five minutes of play,
Crossman scored ina characteristic
manner when he shot from the dia-
metric center of the defense zone
crossing from left to right. The puck
took the left corner of the net.
With two minutes to go in the
period, Mercer, center for the Badg-
ers, scored unassisted with a hard
shot from center ice near the red
line. Jewell failed to touch the fly-
ing rubber.
Brilliant teamwork accounted for
the next goal half a minute later
when Reid, Crossman and David se-
cured the puck and broke fast down
the ice, leaving the Badger forwards
trailing. Crossman passed to David
at right after drawing the defense
to the center. David made the shot
good.
Reid held the limelight again in
the third period when he opened
after three minutes with a tally from
the center of the defense zone. Ted
Chapman came up out of the defense
for a try two minutes later and made
it good with some brilliant solo work
The shot was made- from far to the
left and Goalie Greeley failed to
touch the puck.
Keith Crossman closed the scoring
with seven minutes to play when he
made a shot from the center of the
Cardinal defense zone.
SUMMARIES
Michigan Wisconsin
Jewell ........... G........ Greeley
Gabler........RD..........Lyke
Chapman ...... LD. Southworth
;rossman ........ C......... Mercer
Reid ...........LW........ Fawkes

David ......... R W ..... Halverson
Wisconsin spares: Kubisto, Jansky,
Michael. Michigan spares: Artz, Cov-1
entry, Stewart, Courtis. Stops: Mich-
igan, 27; Wisconsin, 34. Referee, Fox,
Detroit.

Wolverine Mat
Squad To Meet
BuckeyesToday
Mosier May Wrestle In
Meet; Landrum Will
Face Wonderleigh
The Conference wrestling season
for Michigan will be inaugurated at
3 p. in. today when the Wolverines
meet the Ohio State mat team at
Yost Field House. The Maize and
Blue squad has scored one victory
in the three matches to date.
On the eve of the meet it appears
that Art Mosier, veteran 155-pound
wrestler, who has been idle with a
knee injury, will compete. His op-
ponent will be Allan Downs, a prom-
ising sophomore.
Helliwell Out
The ineligibility of Bob Helliwell,
another letter winner, complicated
the problem. Should the meet be
highly in Michigan's favor at the
outset Coach Cliff Keen plans to
use Ed Lewis in the 145-pound event,
in preference to Capt. Blair Thomas,
the aim being to give Lewis more
experience. Franklyn Wilson is slated
to represent the Scarlet and Grey in
this event.
In the feature match of the after-
noon Captain Lawrence Wonderleigh
of the Buckeyes, runner up in last
season's Big Ten meet, will clash with
Jimmy Landrum, at 118 pounds.
Landrum has scored two victories in
his three matches to date.
Rubin May Go
Clyde Tiffany, Ohio State star, and
captain of last season's team, will
face Seymour Rubin. Rubin is State
A. A. U. champion at 125 pounds,
but . will fight in a heavier class.
Tiffany, who has not yielded a min-
ute's time advantage in four bouts,
was thrown by Blair Thomas last
season, his only defeat in the dual
competitions.
In the 165-pound event, Michigan's
veteran leg scissors artist, Ed Wil-
son, will clash with Paul Swayer.
Little is known about the latter, who
is a new member of the Ohio squad.
Parker To Wrestle
In the last analysis Louis Parker
seems to have gained the edge over
Harvey Bauss, and will represent the
Wolverines in 175-pound go. Victor
Tanski, a guard on the O. S. U. foot-
ball squad, is the visiting entrant in
this event.
John Spoden will meet Wilbur
Runner is the heavyweight MFWY
Renner in the heavyweight go. Spo-
den, twice All-Campus titleholder,
has been hampered by a bad knee.
In the 126-pound fight Joe Oakley
is expected to defeat Floyd Rhodes.
There is no admission charge for
students, identification cards being
sufficient to admit them to the meet.
The cost for outsiders is 25 cents.
Diving Classes Newest
Feature For Women
Diving classes are the newest feat-
ure of the women's physical educa-
tion program. Women interested in
perfecting their ability in either
spring board or racing dives are in-
vited to enroll in the class which is
scheduled to meet on Tuesday eve-
nings at 8:15 p. m. at the Union
pool under the direction of Irene
Field.
The swimming club will resume its
practices on Saturday mornings at
10 p. m. in the Union pool starting
with Saturday, Feb. 18.
GRIDDER PLAYS BASEBALL
Harley Boss, yannigan first-base-
man with the Cleveland Indians, was
a halfback with Louisiana Tech in

1926 and 1927, gaining All-American
mention.

Fencers Win
From Monroe
Club__Easily
Michigan's fencing team, led by
Capt. Wing, defeated the Monroe
Fencing Club at Monroe last night
by a 13 to 4 score. It was the first
time the Wolverines had ever met
their opponents.
Meyer of Michigan was the out-
standing performer of the meet, ac-.
counting for three points single
handed in the foils event. He showed
brilliant form by winning his
matches 5-1, 5-1, 5-0. Michigan won
the foils event 8 matches to 1.
DeStefano starred for Michigan in
the Sabre, winning both of his
matches, 5-3, 5-1, to help gain the
event for the Wolverines 3 to 1. He
showed unusual form and was never
near defeat. Wing was not up to his
usual form in the Epee, halving his
two matches.
HANDBALL FINALS TODAY
The finals of the all-campus hand-
ball tournament will be played at the
Intramural Building Saturday at 4
p. m. The finalists are Al Hillber-
ger of Buffalo and Wilbur Gimmy of
Ann Arbor.

Senior Women Win
Interclass Titi
Trailing at the half by three poir
the senior team staged a rally in I
third period which resulted in a !
22 victory over the juniors in I
title game over the juniors in t:
class basketball tournament.
The juniors, led by Charlotte Sin
son, jumped into the lead immedia
ly after the game started. The se
iors, slower to get started and inf
ior to the lower classmen on defer
play, used their scoring ace, L
Hendricks, to brilliant advanta
She was high point scorer of the f
cas, making 13 of the seniors'
points.
LINEUP
Seniors Junior
Hendricks...R.....Simps
BerridgeE........LP.....Ein
Brenner.......J1.. . Johns
Lawson........SC.....Gooder
Sommer ... ..R.... .....Din
Striker . . . LG.T....... Masn
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