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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Pucksters

Meet Formidable Canadian

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,Western Ontario
To Have Veteran,
SquadIn Game
Michigan Lineup To Be
Same As In Chatham
Contest Last Week

Jeteran Center

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FROM THE
By JOHN1

PRESS BOX
THOMAS

Coach Lambert
Loses Stellar,

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Powerful Yearlingy
Natators Out Fore
Tank Squad Here

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Large Crowd

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Game To Start At Eight
O'Clock; Coach Lowrey
Gives Visitors Edge
By ALBERT H. NEWMAN
Ann Arbor's last hockey game be-
fore the approaching holidays finds
the University of Western Ontario ,
team opposing Michigan's sextet in a.'
feature international contest at the ,:

BASKETBALL demands height- are up-to-date in most things, so for-
that is for the most part. Unlike getful of Jones at Iowa?"
any other sport it puts a decided (Faculty Member)
premium upon one feature of an * *
athlete's makeup. Speed is secondary HAL AKERSHOEK, reserve for-
to height. A good eye is secondary to ward on the basketball team, is
height. In fact every characteristic the man nobody knows. In last Sat-
of a basketball player is secondary urday's game Akershoek entered the
to height. lineup. The score-board operators
Although there are notable excep- failed to have his name. The opera-
tions, in no other sport is one fea- tor finally went downstairs and got
ture so universally demanded. Bas- the name,
ketball is built around retention of We ran the name as Akusback in
the ball. Get it and keep it, is the the next edition. And to make it
plea of basketball coaches. To do this worse, the official squad list has an
one must have height. Six feet is not extra "c" in Akershoek's name. So
enough anymore. Six feet two or allow us to introduce Hal Akershoek,
three is the most desirable size for reserve forward.
the court aspirant.*I
When opponents shoot, big back COACH EDDIE LOWREY built a
guards are supposed to take the ball smooth machine out of a jumble
off the backboard. When a team of misfits in just. one week, that is,
shoots for thenet a big center or judging by the hockey played against
tall forward is expected to follow in White Star and a week later against
and either cage the ball or pass it to Chatham, a team that beat Michigan
a teammate so the team can try in two games last year.
again for the two points. If he can show as much improve-

Forward, Eddy
Purdue Team Shifted Due
To Permanent Injury Of
Star's Arm

years to come with most of last
year's national championship aggre-
gation back for this year and a
strong, weW-balanced squad of year-
(1ling nataltor : Clming up11Dfor lthe 1932-

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Coliseum tonight, The Coliseum is
located at Hill street and Fifth ave-
nue, and the contest is slated to be-
gin at 8 p. m.
The Canadians will present a well-
balanced and seasoned aggregation
which started on its winning season
'several weeks ago. Since then, ac-
cording to report, games have been
won from several Toronto outfits of
no mean repute.
According to Coach Ed Lowrey,
Michigan mentor, it is extremely"
doubtful whether the Wolves can,
cope successfully with a team of the
calibre of Western Ontario, since
Canada's ice teams are generally ac-
corded an edge over the representa-
tives of the United States.
Use Same Lineup
The same lineup as that used in
he last game will probably start for
the Maize and Blue. Neil Gabler,
st? lar defense man, remains ineligi-
ble and John Sherf, sophomore wing,
will ag.in be pressed into service at
the left defense post, where he per-
formed very creditably last week as
the Wolverines downed a potentially
powrful Chatham club, 6 to 2.
Shrt alternates at left wing with
Co-Captain Reid, and thus both men
are kept fresher with frequent pe-
riods of rest. This contributed large-
hi to the success of the attack in the
last contest.
Crossman At Center
Co-Captain Keith Crossman will
agi dart at center, and he is re-
potd in better condition to play
than last Tuesday. David, whose
baok-checklng was a feature of the
Chatham victory, will again start at
right wing, while the veteran Chap-
vaneill hold down right defense.
Jack Jewell, whose recent discovery
as a goalie comparable to Jack Tomp-
kins delighted local fans, will defend
the net. This completes Michigan's
lineup. Artz, Courtis, and Stewart
will relieve the Wolverine iron men.
A large crowd is expected due to
last year's contest with the Canadian
university in which some good hockey
was displayed.
Pitt Co-ed Picks
'Em Every Time;
Big Ten Interested
Rose Bowl aspirants have their eye
on Helen Half, attractive Pittsburgh
co-ed. She has attended three col-
leges in the last four years, and each
fall the institution of her choice has.
sent its football team to California
for the Rose Bowl classic.
In 1929, while at the University of,
Pittsburgh, the Panthers met Cali-
fornia in the New Year's clash.
After a year's absence from school]
she enrolled at Alabama and the
team from that school battled Wash-
ington State at Pasadena.
This year she returned to Pitt and
now the Panthers are going west
again. Miss Half said she hasn't de-7
cided where she'll go next year, but
added, "I'm open for bids." Big Ten1
schools might keep an eye on her. 1

Co-Captain Keith Crossman, vet-
eran center of the Maize and Blue
hockey team, who, with Emmy Reid
at left wing, will lead the Wolverines
in the game with the University of
Western Ontario here tonight. Reid
and Crossman together form one of
the most effective passing and scor-
ing combinations of American col-
legiate hockey.
State Accepts Bid
For Women's Net
Interclass S e r 1 e s
Reports of the approval of inter-
class intercollegiate basketball games
between the women of the University
of Michigan and Michigan State Col-
lege have been verified. The games
will be post-season contests, sched-
uled temporarily for the middle of
February,
Michigan began the agitation for
these games early this fall. It has
long been the hope of local fans to
match the ability of Michigan wom-
en with those of other schools, but
only this year has it become possible
to consider it. Communications were
sent to Michigan State, Western
State, and Ypsilanti, and of these
only Michigan State has given a def-
inite acceptance.
Games will be between the fresh-
man, sophomore, junior and senior
classes of the two schools. Michigan
will make the trip to, Lansing this
year, with the possibility of a return
series on the Ann Arbor courts later
oil.
The squads are working out every
afternoon at Barbour gym, and will
be cut after vacation in preparation
for the local interclass tourney.
Intramural Court
Sports Finals Will
Be Played Tonight
Tau Alpha Epsilon will meet Alpha
Kappa Lambda tonight for the team
championship in Fraternity hand-
ball. With several of the most out-
standing players on the campus,
Lundberg, rated as number 7 and
Law, rated number 2, the Tekes are
the favorites to carry off the title,
Their doubles team, consisting of
McCormick and Bauss, has won
every one of its matches so far in
the tournament,.
The semi-finals in fraternity vol-
leyball will take place tonight with
Alpha Kappa Lambda meeting Alpha
Omega. The winner of this game will
play Delta Alpha Epsilon for the
title later this week. The Indepen-
dent volleyball championship also
will be run off tonight,
Basketball for the professional fra-
ternities will be worked on a new
plan this year.

troit; Tex Robertson, of Los Angeles,
and Dan Shurz and Manley Osgood,
graduates of University High, Ann
Arbor.

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The day of football teams made
up of beef only has passed. The
Four Horsemen of Notre Dame
proved this without a doubt when
they flew around the chunky lines
and slow backs for touchdowns.
Golfers are big and small. Some
weigh over 200 and some under 125.
This is the same with tennis, soccer,
boxing, and all along the line.
But in basketball height is extra-
important. Because of this, Big Ed
Garner can command considerable
attention. His height gives him a
great advantage over all opponents
for his center position. However,
other considerations can overcome
this, but in itself it is of supreme
importance.
On the other hand, Don Black,
who is a superior athlete in
many respects, can not command as
much attention from basketball
coaches because of his short stature.
He is fast, one of the best floor men
on the squad, has a fair eye, and is a
clever defensive player, yet without
height he is not one of the favorites
for a forward berth.
"DEAR EDITOR: When I read in
the papers about the miracle
coach, Howard Jones, I wonder
whether newspapermensare as up-to-
date as is universally supposed . . .
I can remember back when he was
at. Iowa . . . Their whole trouble in
the Conference was caused by Jones.
It was he who sought after the ath-
letes until finally the Big Ten b'ooted
them out of the league for proselyt-
ing athletes . . . Now they are in
such poor shape that they have to
beg Conference teams to give them
games.
"Howard Jones is not a miracle
coach. Right now he is at a
little university with a big football
stadium. I understand that football
receipts are paying the faculty sal-
aries there this fall. He built cham-
pionship teams, it is true, but his
Iowan tactics of paying them has
carried over into the Coast league.
"{ ...All of the members of the
West Coast Conference are trying to
pin something on him but the only
one whose own shoes are clean is
Pop Warner and all of the other
coaches have tried to have him bring
something up about Jones but I
guess he did not want to cause any
trouble.
"Southern California's two tackles,
as you qnce intimated, are two of the
best pro tackles in any league any-
where. A guard is not far be-
hind. . .
"So why are newspapermen, who

ment tonight against the University
of Western Ontario, Michigan ought
to be about ready for a pro oppo-
nent. Of course that much improve-
ment cannot be duplicated. Against
Chatham Sherf was a wizard at de-
fense while David proved the missing
link in Michigan's attack. He can
pass and can play the right wing as
nobody else can on the squad.
Chapman probably showed the
most individual improvement. In the
White Star game he had had but one
week of practice but by the Chatham
contest he had two full weeks of in-
tensive drill under his belt, Tonight
he is about due to reach his last-sea-
son form, which was plenty good.
What he lacks in natural ability
he makes up with sheer nerve.
* *. *

LAFAYETTE, Ind., Dec. 13.-Hasty season.
revision of Purdue's plan for its Big A large yearling squad has been'
Ten basketball title defense has been working out in the Intramural pool
forced by the loss of Ray Eddy, vet- every night for weeks, under the
eran forward who has been depended coaching of Mat Mann.
on as 'the mainstay of the squad, Several of the freshmen hold state
whose basketball career has been scholasti; titles and two of them are
brought to an almost tragic end by ntional A. A. U. junior champions.
an unfortunate accident in which he These two are Frank Fehsenfeld of
severed all of the muscles and ten- linianapolis, and Frederick Diefen-
dons in his right forearm. dorf of Det roit. Both are divers. An-
Second To Wooden other freshman diver, Derland John-
Lambert's whole title defense ston of Pitt:bur ,h, although he holds
scheme had been wrapped around no titles has the edge over the others
Eddy, whose floor work, under-the- at present, according to Mann.
basket battling and accurate passing Other swimmers who have shown
has been nothing short of sensational promise are Frank Freeman, of Ypsi-
for the past two seasons. Last sea- lanti, a back-stroker who placed sec-
son Eddy was second only to the ond in the state class B meet last
great Johnny Wooden in scoring, av- year. Among the breast-strokers
eraging nearly eight points per game. there are Richard MacLeish, of
With Harry Kellar available for Grand Rapids, and Ed Gage, of De-
the first semester's play, Lambert had troit.
planned to use the veteran forward Mann also has a promising crop
pair during the first part of the of free-stylers in Dick Blake, of Des
schedule while developing a new run- Moines, Ia.; Bob Lawrence, of De-.
ning mate for Eddy. Now with Eddy
lost, he must uncover a new forward
immediately, and during the second
semester, when the Boilermakers E
play the bulk of their Conference
schedule, only two regulars from last
year's brilliant squad-Dutch Feh-
ring, center, and Ralph Parmenter,
back guard-- will be available.«
Coach Experiments rP e a . s
Lambert has already started inten-
sive experimentation in an effort to
fill the unexpected void, Among the
forward possibilities are Charler
Stewart, normally a center; Norman "
Cottom, who had been banked on the.A=
fill Johnny Wooden's place at floor
guard, and Joe Wheeler and George
Hertzing, reserves from last season
"The shifts that are being made at
the present time are purely experi-
mental," said Lambert. "Our lineup
in early games are bound to be make-
shift affairs until we find the most
satisfactory combination." "

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BASKETBALL prices have gone
down 60 per cent for Big Ten
games and 42 per cent for non-Con-
ference games. The general admis-
sion price for the former is 40 cents,
a drop of 60 cents and for the lat-
ter a drop of 35 cents from last
year's price of 75.
The reserve seat price is 75 cents
for all kinds of home games. Last
year it was $1.00 for Big Ten games
and 75 cents for non-Conference.

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ONIGHT over WJR the usual ath-
letic program of the University of
Michigan will be broadcast. The De-
troit U. of M. Club is in charge of
the program.,
Two bands have been engaged for
this and will present a musical inter-
lude between the speeches.

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White Stars Take Lead
In M-O Hockey League

DETROIT, Dec. 13.-(P)-The De-
troit White Stars led the Michigan-
Ontario amateur hockey league today
by virtue of a 3 to 2 overtime victory
over the Windsor Wanderers last
night. In the other game of a double
header at Olympic, Dearborn out-
classed the Haley Athletic club to
win handily, 2 to 0.
Gordon Hunt beat Goalie Teno of
the Wanderers with a hard corner
shot after five minutes of overtime
play to give the White Stars the
game.

STAGG REFUSES POSITION
C IC.AG , Dec. 13s.--4(A1-A. A. bt
has formally notified President T
ert Hutchins of the University
Chicago that he will not accept
position on the committee on in
collegiate athletics at the univers
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