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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1934

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Play

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Too

Loose' Says Lowrey Of Hockey

Heyliger Stars
In First Game
After Bad Start
Team Works On Passing
Attack As Sherf Picks
Up Former Brilliance
"Our play was too loose," said
Coach Eddie Lowrey yesterday in dis-
cussing Tuesday's hockey game with
theFc~~r ~rrntirC We're starfting

To Captain Cadets

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STA DUST By ART
DUSTCARsTrENS
r1'WO WEEKS is scarcely enough The team should have little difli-
time to forget the inglorious out- culty defending its indoor title, al-
come of the football season. The hurt though Ohio State may provide strong

Fisher Is Still Head
Coach Of Frosh - Yost
Contrary to the statement made
in early editions of the Detroit
Free Press today, Athletic Director
Fielding H. Yost said late last
night that no changes had been
made or were contemplated in the
freshman football coaching staff.

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still rankles; we will, if possible, as-c
suage the pain with a preview of what;
the coming winter and spring havec
to offer in the way of Michigan vic-a
tories.I
The basketball and hockey teams
have already gotten off to fair starts.

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The cagers weren't impressive in their0
this year right where we left off last, victory over Calvin College, 25 to 22,f
with Johnny Sherf doing most of the but a win is a win, especially when
scoring. gained on the heavily waxed and nar-N
"Vic Heyliger and Dick Berryman row court which the team had tof
came through satisfactorily after a contend with at Grand Rapids. t
shaky first period and got a goal Coach Cappon feels that his ele-1
apiece, but the passing and general phantine forward wall will improve
team work of the forward line was markedly with a few more games. We
ragged. It was like that last year can't give you a Big Ten champion-I
too, but we'll have a smooth work- ship title prophecy but think the!
ing forward line yet." -Associated Press Photo team will finish in the first division.E
In addition to this criticism Low- I
rey pointed out that the boys didn't Cadet William R. Shuler of El Though t h e hockey team 1
seem to know what to do when the Monte, Calif., who gained ranking as swamped a weak Essex team t
Frontiers swarmed over Johnny Jew- one of the finest ends in the East this Tuesday night the Wolverines
ell in the third period while Larry season, was unanimously elected to showed nothing which would in-
David was in the penalty box. Two captain the 1935 West Point eleven. dicate that they would defeat
goals were scored as a consequence. Shuler, also a star student, was a Minnesota in the Conference title
Instead of clearing the puck so often, third-string tackle in 1933. race. With the Big Ten race
Lowrey pointed out, they should have limited to three teams Michigan
given it to a clever stick handler such A should place second ahead of
as Vic Heyliger to stall for tifne. Grange AnnOuCeS Wisconsin. However, Coach Low-
Heyliger Outstanding E rey has mapped an ambitious
Lowrey was well pleased with the program of competition against
team showing on the whole, however, other schools and amateur clubs
especially on defense. Vic Heyliger, CHICAGO, Dec. 5. - (P) - This both in the United States and
playing his first game for Michigan, time Red Grange means it. Canada. The team must improve
was praised for his work at center When the timer's gun ends the its passing to get an even break.
ice. His sweep check time and again post-season play-off for the National Sherf can't be expected to play
stole the puck from the opposing professional football championship 55 minutes of every game and
wing and enabled a quick thrust at between the New York Giants and the score two-thirds of the points.
the goal. Chicago Bears, the famous "Galloping AID
In the first period the Michigan Ghost" of the gridiron will be through HAVING DISPOSED OF tose
defense was so good that Johnny as a player. gloomy topics we can gambol in
Jewell, goalie, had only two saves, "I think I've outlived my playing sunnier fields. I refer specifically to:
both of which were rather easy. Don usefulness," Grange said today. track , swimming, golf, and baseball.
MacCollum and Larry David, at the Grange said he had several offers to After slipping to third place in the
defense positions were breaking up coach college football teams and that Conference outdoor meet last year
the few scoring threats which got past he plans to accept one for 1935. the track team will be back with a
the front line so that most of the - --- ---fine chance to regain first place. The
shots were stopped before they got Heyliger, and David. "David played a meet will probably be held at Ferry
under way or were deflected away swell game," he said. Field this spring if plans now afoot
from the net. go through the Big Ten meeting at
Johnny Jewell, co-captain, had a Sherf Regains Form Chicago this week-end.
Last night's practice was an in-
comparatively peaceful night. Yester- tense drill in the fine art of passing The small 1o ss es suffered
day h commented on the air tighwith Sherf, Heyliger, and Berryman through graduation have been
defense, giving credit to MacCollum,wihhefHyigranBrymn
d n g g --_m as the first line, getting most of the; more than offset by a stellar
attention. For the first time this year, sophomore group including Sam I
Johnny Sherf looked like the All- Stoller, sprinter and broad jump-
American who carried the brunt of er; Clayt Brelsford, middle dis-
Make the New Clothing Store the Wolverine attack last season. tance man; Bob Osgood, hurdler;
GIFT HEADQUARTERS Taking some of the bumps himself, and Wat Stonedistance runner.
the flashing wing outskalted and ~~~~~-~~-- ~~ --
For the Men on Your List- outsmarted the defense and exhibited
the speed which has become asso- Tentative Schedule For
ciated with his performances. Luring
Here area few thegoalie from the net, he drove Hockey Team Released
home several shots from close in, and Although there are several un-
tallied on long ones as well. certainties, following is the hockey

opposition. The battle will come when The signed article said that Ray
the two natural rivals clash in the Courtright had been appointed
outdoor duel, with Illinois also given head freshman football coach to
a chance to retain the title they won replace Ray Fisher, Fisher being
last spring. removed because of criticism
Matt Mann is again dubious. He among "M" Club members of his
is worrying about eligibility and inability to produce kickers and
about Yale, and about Southern Cali- passers.
fornia, and about a host of other Mr. Yost said that Fisher was
things. You may recall that Mann still head coach of the yearling
was almost worried sick last year for gridders, although Courtright had
fear his swimming team wouldn't win spent considerable time with the
the National Collegiates. first-year-men during the recent
That they won easily, getting twice season.
as many points as their nearest op-
ponent is now history. Mann never
makes a. rash statement, but you can
put your money on Michigan to win
every meet - including the Nationals. Club To M eet
SThat is a conservative statement
for one who covered swimming for
two years.) Detrolt Team
AND SO TO GOLF. Here, again,
one can make sweeping state- The Ann Arbor Squash Club meets
ments with impunity. The same four the strong University Club of De-
men who won the National Inter- troit whose team includes the state
collegiate title for Michigan last year c ai on a n e ,nhegstar
will be back this spring but two of
them will probably be benched (if league match at 7 p.m. tonight at the
there is such a term in golf) in favor Intramural building.
of Johnny Fischer and Allen Saund- The Ann Arbor team finished
ers. fourth last year in the six-team
Captain Cal Markham, himself, league. Five teams are entered this
has said, "I don't know if I'll be year: Ann Arbor, University Club,
able to make the team this year." champions last year, Racquet Club
Fbleromaemterof last year's of Detroit, Detroit Athletic Club, and
SFischer, member olatyr' !Adams Y.M.C.A. of Detroit.
Walker Cup team, is sure of a
place, probably at the number one Ann Arbor lost its first league
position. Chuck Kocsis, who went match, 4-1, to the Detroit Athletic
to the semi-finals of the Inter- Club last Saturday
collegiates last spring, will be Ernie Smith, Ernie Vick, Earl Ris-
relegated to number two. key. Bill Snyder, and Dan Webster
-;compose the Ann Arbor club. They i
Woody Malloy will be number three will oppose Charles Symington, state
and Saunders, consistent sophomore champion, Phil Worcester, runner-
player, will compete with Markham up to Symington, Doug Roby, Hal
and Dana Seeley for the last place Smith, and George Golibarth, of the
on the four-man team. Besides Big University Club.
Ten and National team titles this
year Fischer or Kocsis may cop the Conference Intramural
individual crown. :e ne V _ _

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GuZ T
INTERWOVEN HOSE
RITZ SHIRTS GLOVES
CRAVAT SETS
SWEATERS
SUEDE JACKETS
FLANNEL or SILK ROBES
FAULTLESS PAJAMAS
HICKOK SUSPENDERS
BELTS - NECKWEAR
UNDERWEAR
STETSON and
TRIMBLE HATS
STADEL
WALKER

FRESHMAN TRACK
A freshman track squad of 67
is holding daily workouts at the
Field House under Coach Ken Doh-
erty, preparatory to the intra-
squad meet set for Dec. 7. Doherty
announced that freshman may still
come out for the squad.

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For a
SW EL L
PLACE
to bring your Date
Try
RECESS TAVERN
Asihley Street between Liberty
and Washington
Enjoy Your Beer in Atmosphere

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schedule for the season 1934-35 as
released by Coach Eddie Lowrey
yesterday:
Dec. 8 - London A. C., here.-
Dec. 15 - Chatham, here.
Dec. 19 - Western Ontario, here
Jan. 11 & 12 --Wisconsin, here.
Jan. 18 & 19 - Minnesota, there
Jan. 22- Point Edward of
Sarnia, here.
Feb. 11 -- McMaster or Brant-
ford, here.
Feb. 15 & 16 -Mich. College of
Mines, there.I
Feb. 22 & 23 - Minnesota, here.
March 1 & 2 - Mich. College of
Mines, here.
March 7 - Brantford or Mc-
Master, here.
SWIMMING MEET
Semi-finals in both the fraternity
dual swimming meet tournament and,
the fraternity water polo tournament
will be held at 7:30 p.m. today in the
Intramural pool.
Psi Upsilon, defending champion,1
faces Chi Phi in a swimming meet,!
while Theta Chi is opposing Pi Lamb-j
da Phi in the other.
In the water polo tournament Pi3
Lambda Phi plays Lambda Chi
Alpha, and Psi Upsilon meets PhiE
Kappa Psi.
Thursd

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H E WOLVERINES should b e
stronger in baseball next spring
than they were last year when they
finished third in the Conference, des-
pite the loss of Whitey Wistert, pitch-
er, and Ted Petoskey, centerfielder,
both of whom were signed by the
Cincinnati Reds.
Art Patchin, for 'two years a fair
hurler, should have improved suffi-
ciently to fill Wistert's position as
number one pitcher. Patchin is not
in school this semester, but will en-
roll in February. Coach Ray Fisher
is counting heavily on George But- 1
ler, a lanky sophomore right hander.
Butler showed more ability as a
freshman than any other Wolverine
since Bill McAffee, formerly with the
Washington Senators and St. Louis
Browns.'
Coach Fisher can become en-
thusiastic about his infield. He
has five excellent infielders re-
turning. Capt. Russ Oliver, third
base, Jack Teitelbaum, shortstop,
Clayt Paulson, second base, and
Joe Lerner, first base are letter-
men. Teitelbaum, regular short-
stop in 1933, was ineligible last
year. George Ford, who showed
great promise as a third baseman
on the freshman nine two years
ago and was counted on as regu-
lar Varsity third baseman broke
his ankle last year and was out for
the sea-e'i. His presEnce next
season will force one of the veter-
ans to turn outfielder.

Heads To Hold Meeting
Representatives of intramural de-
partments of every Western Confer-
ence school will meet Saturday, Dec.
8, at Chicago at the same time Big
Ten coaches are holding their meet-
ing.
Among the problems to be dis-
cussed at the conference are: Intra-
mural awards and point systems, the
eligibility for Intramural competition
of regulars on Varsity and freshman
athletic teams, and the social func-
tions of the intramural sports depart-
ment in promoting mixed sports ac-
tivity.
Earl Riskey, John Johnstone, Dan
Webster, Elmer Mitchell, and Abram
James will be Michigan's representa-
tives at the conference.
A representative from Texas Uni-
versity, and directors of several high
school Intramural departments are
also expected to attend.
Billiard Champ To Give
Exhibition At Union
Johnny Layton, world's three
cushion billiard champion, will
give a free exhibition and free les-
sons tonight at the Union.
During the first hour, from 7 to
8 p.m., Layton will instruct a lim-
ited group. Then, for another
hour, he will give an exhibition of
billiards as played by one who has
been a champion or near-champion
for years.

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John Regeczi will be Michigan's
best outfielder. The other two posi-
tions will be divided between George
Rudness, Vic Heyliger, and "Kim"
Williams. If John Jablonski, ineli-
gible last year, can master the in-
tricacies involved in catching, he will
be a star for he has great natural
ability.

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one regards the man who
makes two witty retorts as
something of a bore.
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member. You can
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by spending wisely
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Not just she price-
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CLOTHING
Two-Trouser Suits
$22.50 to $35.00
O"COATS
$22.50 to $35.00
Mallory Heats
$4.00 to $5.00
Others at $3.50
Ask for a MALLORY.
They're cravanctted!

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Complete Lines are
Now being shown in all
our departments.
HATS - NECKWEAR
GLOVES - HOSIERY
MUFFLERS - SHIRTS
PAJAMAS - BELTS
SHIRTS - SHORTS
DRESS SETS - SHOES
CORD COATS
SWEATERS

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