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December 07, 1934 - Image 3

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Cappon Drills
Courtmen On
Offense Tactics


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I OST OF MICHIGAN'S coaching by the ruling last spring when a up against the second obstacle of the
Gee Remains At Center; staff, plus Professor Ralph Aigler, promising pole-vaulter was declared Sam Soller May Replace season when the Wolverines engage
il olychairman of the Board in Control of ineligible under the committee's in- the London A.C., of London, Ontario,
Trobably Athletics, and Athletic Director Field- terpretation. Ward In 60 Yard Dash; Saturday night at the Coliseum. Little
Play Saturday Also ing H. Yost will meet with the other *Bresford Runs In 440 is known at present of the strength
Big Ten coaches, faculty representa- HE MATTER has come up now at of the Canadian outfit, except that
Coach Cappy Cappon sent the Var- tives, and athletic directors in Chi- a most unfortunate time, Prof. Six sophomores who left seven new it is at the head of the London city
sity cage squad through another of- cago today and tomorrow. Aigler believes, because the real ques- freshman track records in their wakeihockehea dohesbendrelatey
fensive workout yesterday in an at- The meeting is ostensibly to ar- tion of freshman competition will be last year hould prove valuable assets hockey league, and has been relatively
tempt to touch up the team's offen- range winter and spring sport sched- submerged under the immediate con- to Coach Charlie Hoyt's squad this successful in its extra-league games.
sive for the opening home engage- ules, but attention of football fans troversy as to whether or not the season. Composing one of the best The line-up which has been sent
ment of the season with Michigan will be focussed on one thing: The Minnesota stars will be allowed to freshman squads at the University, from London names the starting team
State Normal tomorrow night in Yost discussion over re-interpretation of play their full three years. these boys won two telegraphic meets as follows: Goalie, Bennett; defense,
Field House. the rule limiting students to three Professor Aigler, though presenting against Illinois and Indiana last
years of intercollegiate competition. the question as he saw it, refused to spring. Arbour and C. Hodgins; center, Mar-
Coach Harry Ackerman will bring Under this rule Minnesota would be state what his attitude will be when Most sensational of this crop of shall; wings, Pook and Curly Hodgins.
and Capn His taking no chances in deprived of the services of Stan Kost- it is put to a vote today or tomorrow. sophomores is Sam Stoller of Cincin- As spares they list Rath, Rowley,
eetting his scoring machine bog down. ka, and Bill Bevan next year and nati, a spriter. He established a new Switzer, Buchanan, Hammond, Her-
With John Gee at center, John several other Gopher stars would have Coach Harry Kipke, when ques- record in the 60-yard dash with a gott, and Hanley. This is just about
Jablonski and Dick Joslin at the for- their years of eligibility lessened. tiened about his attitude at the mark of :06.2, just one tenth of a the size of the Wolverine squad,
wards, and Captain Al Plummer and time the matter first came up, second more than Willis Ward's win- though Coach Eddie Lowrey seldom
George Rudness at the guards, Cap- Professor Aigler cleared up the said that he favored re-interpre- ning time in the Big Ten indoor meet has more than ten of them dressed
pon scrimmaged the first team yes- technical aspects of the ruling for tation cf the rule to allow three lastear, which tied the conference for action at the opening face-off.
terday, working on plays, us yesterday by saying that the full years of Varsity competition. With Stoller a sure-point winner anterof the forward line in their open-
Dick Evans, veteran guard, and thrce-year ruling had been in ef- His argument was that it was un- in the 60-yard dash, there is a slightn ing game Tuesday night, Coach Low-
George Ford, another letterman, al- feet in the Conference for years. fair to the individuals effected possibility that Coach Hoyt may not rey has been working on the offense
ternated i Cappo first string Under it some schools included under the rule to deprive them of use Ward in this event, but utilize his problem in practice this week. With a
up, Evans with Rudness and Ford ability in some other one, possibly se fidvda tasi h owr
with the two forwards. cmpetition on freshman teams a year of Varsity competition h o jump Therreon ossiset of individual stars in the forward
Although Cappon has made no defi- that played games with outside imply because they happened to shift is that a competitor is allowed formances, thebcoach's problem is to
nite announcement of his starting opponents, others didn't. have attended a school where the to participate in only three events, get them to develop a really danger-
lineup for the game, he has given in- freshmen played outside teams. and Ward is invincible in the high ous attack built around passing, in
dications during the week that Plum- The ruling, he pointed out, affects He expressed this view even jump and 70-yard high hurdles. which they can depend on coopera-
mer, Rudness, Gee, Jablonski, and Ionly students who transfer to a Big though he knew that if accepted Other sophomore dashmen are -
Joslin will comprise his starting team, Ten school from some institution out- it would mean that Minnesota Fred Stiles and Howard Davidson,
with Evans and Ford certain of see- side the Conference where freshman would have a powerhouse for at both of Grand Rapids, and Henry~
ing service. teams do have outside schedules. least two years more. Hall of Ann Arbor. Stiles also lowered
Chelso Tomagno, another letter Transfers from most West Coach and the 440 mark as a freshman, running
winner ~from last year's squad, al- Eastern schools as well as many in i it in 51.6. Stan Birleson of Muskegon
though handicapped by a bad knee, is the Middle West, such as U. of D., andwyraveS Can Take 1; Heights,tanother of Hoyt's sopho-
also almost certain to see service at Michigan State would come under this C! For more prospects then broke Stiles' rec-.Rb
center, displacing Gee. Cappon has ruling. retFinding ord by one tenth of a second. Both
indicated his desire to utilize the An interpretation of the general f i rg men running on the mile relay team
height of the sophomore center, but three-year ruling was asked for by with Brelsford and Hall, set a new
Tomagno's experience and crafty ball- one of the Conference schools through frosh mark of 3:29.3. From this group of
handling and floor-work, as well as Major Griffiths about a year ago, By KEN PARKER Hoyt will find,replacements for Tom
jumping ability, practically insure Prof. Aigler said, and the question was If anyone can take credit for the Ellerby and Cass Kemp in the mile p0 Or
his playing. turned over to the eligibility commit- discovery, of Vic Heyliger, young relay.
__ _ _ _tee of the faculty representatives who I sophomore hockey flash, it is George Set Two Frosh Records
CRICKET PAYS onstitute the rea governing body Graves, junior manager of this year's Clayton Brelsford, middle distance.
of the Conference. Professor French, sextet. man, set two new freshman records
MELBOURNE, Australia, Dec. 6 - of Ohio State, chairman of the com- Heyliger, like many really good last year in the half mile and mile.
(P)- Australia made 30,000 pounds mittee, reported to the Conference athletez, came to Michigan without He ran the 880 in the record time of
(approximately $150,000) out of the that by a 2 to 1 vote his committee heraldry. Massachusetts, his home 1:59.8, and the mile in 4:29.8. Other
test and county cricket matches last had decided to interpret the ruling state, is a long way from Michigan; sophomores competing in these events
year. to include freshman competition on and his home town, Concord, al- are Frank Aikens, Sioux Falls, Ed
---_ _ _--_the same basis as Varsity participa- though important historically, is none Devine, Ann Arbor, and Harry O'Con-
thoewhCarsofort TasioService itioon
Newcars for Taxi Service tion. the less a drousy little place. No one nell, Glen Falls, N. Y.
H x Iknew about Heyliger. Not even Coach Bob Osgood of Lakewood, O. will be
0 o For example a football player Eddie Lowrey. Hoyt's best sophomore in the More and more
enters Oregon U. and plays with Lowrey issued a call for freshman hurdles. He tied the freshman recordr !
CAMPUS CABS the freshman team in competi- hockey players and got the amazing in the 65-yard high hurdles, running n men are wearing
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tion against yearling outfits rep-'
resenting other schools. In ,his
sophomore year he transfers to
Michigan and is again a freshman
as far as athletics is concerned.
Finally, in his second year on the
Michigan campus, he is eligible
for the Varsity teams, but he
may only compete two years be-
cause his third year of intercol-
legiate competition was used at
The interpretation as handed down
by Prof. French at that time was ac-
cepted without any debate by the
faculty group. Michigan was effected




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LOat ot uo. Practicauly ailepui ea
at the specified time save Heyliger,
who was held up by the duties of
a board job. By the time Vic arrived
the squad had been divided into teams
and practice was going along merrily
without him. It continued to go mer
rily along without him, while Victor
I Heyliger, big star from Concord, Mas-
sachusetts, sat about and watched and
waited for a chance. He didn't get it.;
Practice came to an end and the
skaters left, all except Heyliger and
the aforementioned George Graves.
Both went skating, the former be-
cause he was pretty sore and was
itching to take his irritation out on
the ice and the latter because he had
a habit of skating after every prac-
Graves immediately noticed the
speedy, graceful skating of Heyliger
and on the strength of that alone
stopped him and told him he was on
the first team of the freshman squad,
bygosh! Heyliger, although he was
still much peeved, said simply, "O.K."
From that point his rise was sud-
den. He left the freshmen and
worked out with the Varsity, much as
Gil James and James Smith are do-
'ing now.
Minnesota hunters, reporting a
great scarcity of ducks, dolefully
I heard reports after the season was
over of lakes being literally alive with
the birds, with great flocks of north-
ern bluebills on their annual southern




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