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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1934

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1934 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Varsity Cagers
To Open Season
At Grand Rapids
Three Lettermen Named
To Start Against Calvin
College Tonight
John Gee At Center
Thirteen Are Named For
First Trip; Reserves To
See Action
Michigan's Varsity cage quintet
opens its 1934-35 season tonight at
Grand Rapids, meeting Calvin College
in the Civic Auditorium there.
Coach Cappy Cappon has named a
starting lineup which includes three
letter men and one sophomore, but it is
expected to see considerable altera-
tion. Cappon announced a squad of
13 men to take the trip, in-
cluding Capt. Plummer, Jablonski,
Joslin, Gee, Evans, Tomagno, Ford.
Rudness, Teitelbaum, Powell, Hill,
Rieck, and Meyers.
This game will not only be the first
test for the Wolverines but will also
give indications as to how far John
Gee, the six-foot eight-inch sopho-
more, has progressed toward making a
star center. If Gee does not work well
Coach Cappon will replace him with
Chelse Tomagno, letter winner on
last year's squad. The other members
of the starting five are Dick Joslin
and Johnny. Jablonski at forwards,
and Capt.' Al Plummer and Dick
Evans at the guards. Joslin, Jablonski,
and Evans are juniors and had experi-
ence last season.
The Wolverine B team met the Cal-
vin Knights last year and defeated
them 18 to 13. Though the Knights
lost their star pivot man from last
year's °squad, they have a veteran
squad to meet the Wolverines.
The Wolverine reserves are expect-
ed to see service tonight. Itudness,
one of the smallest men on the team,
Powell, Tomagno, Ford, Teitelbaum,
and Hill have shown up well in prac-
tice. Teitelbaum was counted on to
play last season but injuries and in-
eligibility kept him out of the lineup.
Tomagno, who was a guard on. the
1933 squad, has been converted into
a center and has done well at the
pivot line.
Harry Solomon, a member of the
freshman team last year, will be un-
able to play because of injuries.
IMPRESSES HIS COACH
Francis A. Schmidt, Ohio State
coach, declares that Dick Heekin is
the best all-around player he has
been privileged to see in action dur-
ing 19 years of coaching.

Leads Team Tonight

Swimmers Toj
Open Season
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Army-Navy, Titan-Washington
State Games Head Today's Card

D ecem ber 15 Football's greatest classic, the meet- troit prepared to meet hard resistance
ing between the gray-clad Cadets from Gus Dorais' Titans. The Cougars
ONE OF THE MOST discouraging JIX TACKLES, four of whom from the United States military acad- have beaten Southern California and
Eastern Ontario Athletic thinos I've heard in years is the have appeared in nearly every emy at West Point and the Middies tied Washington
Club, British Chainpions, report that a correspondent brings game, will bolster the team at the of the United States Naval Academy
back from the Thanksgiving Day point where weaknesses are most at Annapolis has even more interest
Appear Here First battle between Penn and Cornell, likely to occur. Gene Gisburne, this year than it usually has for the
which Penn won, 23 to 13. On the sur- John Yencho, Frank Kardevan, football public.
The Eastern Ontario Athletic Club, face that means little, but when one and George Toothill will compete For the first time in years the
champions of the British Empire by reflects that Michigan meets Penn for the starting berths, with Navy will march into Franklin Field
virteofnts o rin the British in one of its two intersectional games George Kelleher and Bill Gunnis at Philadelphia, favored over the
virtue of its victory' in the British next fall and that only two seniors given an outside chance of break- I Army. Navy has only lost one game
Empire games last summer and one started Thursday's game for the Red ing in. this year and that was to the great
of the few swimming teams ever to and Blue, one may well look in- I Pittsburgh team. Army has gone
defeat Michigan, will open the sea- terested. Paul Stufko, regular this year, will down to defeat twice, once to Illinois:e
son for the Wolverine natators De- Seven seniors will receive letters lead the returning guard candidates. and then to Notre Dame whom Navy
cember 15 in the Intramural pool. this year at Penn but five of them I Castelman Chelsey, Art Danbrough, defeated.s+}"
While the meet is only tentatively have decorated the bench since the Larry Strem and Wharton Donaldson But this is a year of upsets and s"t
scheduled at present, Coach Matt middle of the season. Only Captain will be scrapping for the post oppo- both teams know it. Army is deter- t
Mann expects to receive confirmation John Pennypacker, end; and Paul mined to make 1934 a successful sea-
that the Canadians will appear here Cresci, guard, have been able to with- site him. son and if the Cadets can subdue
in a few days. } stand the onslaught of the sopho- An experienced center will also be their rivals, their object will have 1
Eight Dual Ieets mores and juniors. available in Jim Hauze, whose spec- been attained. But spirit is running
FCahMn a ight dual meets Ff
linedpaforhsBightenuand Na-rmeetsrtacular play made him a regular this I high along the banks of the Severn
one Fourl phomores have started year. Paul King,strong defensiveand the game should be closer than
lined up for his Big Ten and Na- regularly in the Quaker backfield yea.Pu ;g srn eesv it has been for the past few years.
tional Collegiate Champions. one in since mid-October and should be player, will be on nand to unu. - nashbento the years.vdethinD
December, two in January, three in a smooth unit by the time they study him. Washinton State will invade De-
February, and two in March. In ad- come to Ann Arbor ten months -;ove
dition to these the Wolverines will hence.
defend their Conference title onj a
March 22-23, probably at Illinois, and Coach Harvey Harman regards
their National Collegiate title a week Franny Murray, quarterback, as "the
later at Harvard. smartest quarter and best all-around 1DYwil l you
Indiana and Michigan State will football player" he has ever coached.
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Captain Al Plummer, for two years
a regular forward on the Varsity
basketball team, has been converted
to a guard this season by Coach Cap-
py Cappon in order to make room
for taller' forwards and to fill the
need of a good ball-handling guard
who can sink an. occasional long
tom. Tonight Cappon's 1934-35 quin-
tet receives its first test when Mich-
igan meets Calvin College at Grand
Rapids.
Georgia, Georgia Tech
Meet; Rice Plays Baylor
Rice meets Baylor and Texas Chris-
tian plays Southern Methodist in
games today between Texas teams.
In the only other Southern games
Mississippi meets its traditional en-
emy, Mississippi State and Georgia
also plays an old rival, Georgia Tech.
On the Pacific Coast, the Trojans of
Southern California close out their
Conference season with Washington.
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