THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Sagers End First Semester
PLAY & Coach Capon Ohio State Will Start B
To Start Four
By AL N EWMAN
ByALNEMA -Wolverines Hope To Gain
Second Conference Win
Baskall Against Co-Champions
t OCe Sophomore Against Wolverines In Field Mouse
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INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 23. - OP) -
Al G. Feeney, state athletic com-
missioner, today removed the suspen-
sion imposed several weeks ago on
Chief Chewchicki, heavyweight wres-
tler, of Ardmore, Okla.
The Chief was barred from wres-
tling in Indiana when Referee Heze
Clark discovered two strips of sand-
paper studded with tacks tucked in
the Indian's tights. Pat O'Shocker
was the Chief's opponent.
Feeney said the Chief has prom-
ised to deport himself properly
henceforth. The suspension will be
lifted effective Monday, Jan. 29.
Q.- Look here, Chief, what do you
think you are anyway . . . a por-
Interpreter - He says that he
thinks the weather will be warmer
Q.-- Chief, why did you use sand-
paper instead of ordinary paper. I
should think that sandpaper would
be rather uncomfortable tucked in-
side the tights.
Int. -He says that he can take
it. Also says white man heap big
Q. - Yes, but why sandpaper?
Int. -He says that sand is a big
help in a wrestling match.
Q.-Now look here, Chief Prickly-
panties, did you win that match
when you had the tacks in your
Int.- He says no, because O'-
Shocker threw him down hard and
the tacks stuck in the floor so he
couldn't get up.
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MILD-MANNERED Manager Harry
Hattenback of the basketball
team is a man with the courage of
his convictions. In fact, when it
comes to backing up his convictions,
he has enough brass to make several
pairs of fire-dogs.
Wednesday evening he offered to
bet me the sum of $00.25 that Mich-
igan would beat Ohio State. I de-
clined, on the province that it was
none of my province to bet against
Michigan teams. Thinking he had
some information about the game
tonight, I tried to find out what
was behind the offer.
"Well," said Harry, "I bet on the
first Chicago game and we won."h
Hope he makes his bet.
Falling is an art, and hockey play-
ers usually develop the art to the
nth degree. They practice and prac-
tice until they know pow. Those who
don't sustain a great many injuries
and are usually out of the game
Now when Ace Bailey of the Wings
went down, he didn't have much of
a chance to save himself. A back-
ward fall can't be broken by relaxa-
tion - when you're going pretty fast.
But watch Jack Jewell there in the
net. He has to make several flat falls
during a game. It isn't entirely the
padding the saves him -it's relaxa-
tion. His fall is really a flop - a very
Unfortunately, it's very difficult,
unless you are an athlete, to remem-
ber to relax when you go into a fall,
but it certainly saves injury in many
When Ted Chapman hit the boards
head first in the Sarnia game, he
might easily have broken his neck if
he had stiffened out. But he was
limp the length of his body when he
crashed, and was only knocked out
for a few seconds.
Four sophomore cagers will be in
the Michigan basketball lineup to-
night when the Varsity closes its
first semester schedule against Ohio
State. The game is scheduled to start
at 7:30 o'clock in Yost Field House.
Coach Franklin Cappon, in search
of a winning combination after los-
games, has benched Capt. Ted Petos-
key, Fred Allen, and Estil Tessmer
in favor of Dick Joslin, Chelso To-
magno, and George Rudness, all
sophomores. Jabby Jablonski, soph-
omore, and Al Plummer, junior, will
comprise the remainder of the start-
ing lineup against the Buckeyes.
Besides attempting to find a win-
ning combination, Cappon is also
building for next year, all of the
starting lineup being available next
season. With half of the Big Ten
season completed, there is little
chance of the Wolverines finishing
near the top in the Conference race,
so the Michigan mentor is looking
to the 1935 season.
The Varsity will take the floor to-
night with Joslin and Plummer at
forwards, Jablonski at center, and
Tomagno and Rudness at guards.
Joslin, who is making his debut in
Varsity competition, will fill Cap-
pon's need for a tall player as the
blond sophomore stands six feet, fou
The Buckeyes will present a vet-
eran lineup with two seniors, two
juniors,' and one sophomore facing
the Wolverines. Led by Bob Colburn,
third in the Conference scoring race
with 43 points, and Blackie Conrad,
six feet, four inches tall, the Ohio
cagers will be huskier and more ex-
perienced than the Maize and Blue.
Although they tied for first place
in the Big Ten last year, the Buck-
eyes have not been so successful this
year, having won three and lost three
in Conference cometition. Coach
"Ole" Olsen, the Cardinal mentor,
has had to rebuild the team this sea-
son as he lost Capt. Howard Matti-
son, guard, and Herbert Brown and
Lew Hinchman, forwards, by grad-
Olsen was further handicapped
this season by the loss of Capt.-
elect Bill Hosket, who won the center
position on last year's All-Confer-
ence quintet. Hosket was slated to be
the key of the Buckeye offense and
his loss has materially reduced the
effectiveness of the Buckeyes.
Probable starting lineups:
Michigan Pos. Ohio State
Jablonski ......C.... ..... Conrad
Rudness ....... G.. ....... Wilson
Officials John Schommer (Chi-
cago) and Frank Lane (Cincinnati).
'POOR MAN'S SPORT' NOW
NEW ORLEANS (mP-Admission
prices have been slashed to the bone
at the Fair Grounds. It costs only
15 cents to get into the field stand,
50 cents into the grandstand and 75
cents to the clubhouse.
I-M OPEN DURING EXAMS
The Intramural Building and all
facilities will be open from Satur-
day, June 27, to Monday, Feb. 13,
between 8 a. m. and 6 p. m. The
swimming pool will be open daily
from 3 to 5:30 p. m. The large
gym will be closed for cleaning
and decorating from Saturday,
Feb. 4, to Monday, Feb. 13.
On the day of the J-Hop, Fri-
day, Feb. 9, the building will be
closed for all activities after 12:30
p. m. Visitors may inspect the
decorations until 6:30 p. m. on
Begin Play In
I-M Ice Series
Hockey gives promise of becoming
the most popular sport on the In-
tramural program. With four leagues
composed of 17 teams, most of which'
represent fraternities, the boys have
already begun to wield their sticks
and slam the puck with intense en-
After the ice-chips had once more
settled down, and the first round of
games were completed, the Rinkey
Dinks appear to be a logical con-
tender for the title. They have two
star puckmen in R. Berryman, and
R. King, who in a recent contest
scored seven goals apiece.
Heiliger, of Phi Lambda Phi, is the
best player in the league. In a game
against Delta Upsilon he performed
a remarkable feat in scoring 8 unas-
sisted goals. Another high-powered
scorer, R. Whistler, of Lambda Chi
Alpha scored 5 goals in a single
-« Captain Blackie Conrad who will lead the Big, Ten co-champions
against the Wolverines tonight, is famous on the gridiron as well as
the hardwood, and has played every position on the team. He usually
jumps center as his height enables him to control the tipoff, and then
drops back to a guard post to play.
Bob Colburn has replaced Bill Ilosket, the ineligible captain-elect,
as the team's offensive key. He is a tricky player with an uncanny
habit of hitting the loop when the going is toughest. Against North-
western Monday, he sank six field goals to lead the Ohio attack. He
plays either guard or forward.
Shifty Whitlinger, the only sophomore in the Ohio lineup, is the
smallest member of the team. He makes up for his lack of size, how-
ever, by his speed and agressiveness.
Red Wilson and Bill Beitner are the two juniors in the Ohio
lineup. As a sophomore guard last season, Beitner was called one
of the best in the Conference, winning honorable mention on the
coaches' all-star team. This season he has been shifted to the floor
guard position vacated by Howard Mattison and is proving an im-
portant cog in the defense.
Wilson is the only other six-footer on the Buckeye squad be-
sides Conrad. The Cleveland forward stands six feet, two inches, giv-
ing him an advantage over the Wolverine guards.
Moxie Padlow, reserve forward, is expected to see action, but
Ted Rosequist, gridiron star, is ineligible for the current semester.
COLLEGE TEACHES HUNTING
AMES, Ia. -(P)-Sportsmanship in
hunting, necessity for observing game
laws and methods of increasing the
supply of game animals and birds
will be taught in an evening study
group for students and faculty mem-
bers of Iowa State college here.
$2.00 a dozen. Four proofs, guaranteed
work at a price you can afford to pay.
Phone 3355 for Appointment
Intramural officials are of the
opinion that King, Berryman, and
Heiliger, who are all freshmen now,
will prove to be of valuable assist-
ance to next year's Varsity.
Following are the scores of games
played to date: Rinkey Dinks 18,
Chi Phi 2; Chi Phi 5, Alpha Delta
Phi 3; Chi Psi 2, Nemesis 0; Friezi &
Cornice 1, Delta Tau Delta 0; Lamb-
da Chi Alpha 13, Phi Mu Alpha 0;
Psi Upsilon 2, Zeta Psi 1; Trigon 4,
Tau Kappa Epsilon 3; Pi Lambda
Phi 11, Delta Upsilon 2; Theta Chi
3, Phi Kappa Psi 2.
EPIDEMIC HALTS GAME
A basketball game between Olivet
and Albion colleges scheduled the
other night was postponed by college
authorities after a fraternity house
on the Albion campus was quaran-
tined for scarlet fever.
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