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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1934

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Varsity Six Begins Preparations For Strong Chatham

Tear

Maroons Have
Averaged Five
Goals A Game
Have Won Eight Straight;
Walt Courtis Replaces
Berryman At Wing
With the London A.C. defeat in
the past and ]abeled "a bad game out
of their systems," Coach Eddie Low-
rey began preparations last night
for what he considers to be one of
the toughest contests on the Michigan
schedule, the battle with Chatham
leaders of the Michigan-Ontario
league:
"Those buggers have won eight
games in a row, and have averaged
five goals a game," said Lowrey yes-
terday referring to the Chatham
Maroons. "It certainly looks as though
we've got a tartar on our hands ne':t
Saturday. But I tell you what we're
going to do. Take Berryman out of
right wing and put in Courtis. And
then we're going to practice all week
against the agressive sort of game
that London brought here and which
Chatham is sure to bring also."
Courtis To Start
The placing of Walter Courtis on
the first team comes as no surprise
to those who saw his work in Satur-
day's game. Although not able to
skate as fast as many of his team-
mates, Courtis is next to Larry Davd
only, in sheer fight. His stubbornne s
in going after the puck makes him a
better defensive man than Dick Ber-
ryman, and it is for this reason chiefly
that he takes the sophomore's place.
Hoping to catch the Chatham out-
fit in a slump or to surprise it with
inspired play, Lowrey is planning to!
"shoot the works" in a desperate ef-
fort to win. But he must have a good
defense to stop the Maroon's high-
scoring offense as well. As a conse-
quence Michigan will drill against
the kind of offense which forces the
play at the Wolverine red line and'
results in "dog fights" around the
goal.
The boys get panicky when they're
fighting around their own net and
just don't think right," said Lowry.
"But we'll practice all week against
that sort of offense, and we should
be prepared to meet it Saturday."
Johnny Sherf received praise from
his mentor for his work against the
Londoners, "He gets a rest tonight,
and will go easy all week. We've got
to have him at his best Saturday."
Tiger Volleyball Team
Ends Champion's Reign
The six-year championship reign
of the Chinese Students independent
volleyball team was ended last night
when the Tigers stopped them in a
semi-final match of the independent
volleyball tournament, 2-1.
The Tigers will meet the D.D.'s for
the championship at 7 p.m. Thursday
at the Intramural Building.
ENOUGH EXPERIENCE 1
This year's Indiana basketball team
has lettermen returning for, every;
position.

Michigan
Will Carry Brunt Of Iowa

Cagers

Work

To

Eliminate

Defense Lapses

("~--

Cage Attack

- Associa1t.ed ?ress v..a
These four veterans will form the nueleus of the University of Iowa
basketball team this season. The quartet includes Al Bobby, Ivan Black-
mer, Johnny Barko, and Johnny Grim. Bobby, understudy of Howard
Moffitt, star forward last season, has plenty of height and speed and
is expected to fill Moffitt's shoes capably. Blackmer, six-foot-four-inch
center, will be pushed hard by Matt Walsh who is two inches taller and
will be ready to assist Blackmer at any time.
Wrestlers To Meet Spartans,
Indiana, Ohio State At Home
Wrestling Coach Cliff Keen came The team has been strengthened in
back from. Chicago Sunday with a the last few days by the arrival of
schedule which is one of the most at- Cloyce "Bud" Hanshue, heavyweight
tractive that the . Maize and Blue who played tackle on the Varsity
grapplers have undertaken. It fea- football team this fall, and Chester
tures a meet with Indiana which has Stabovitz, a 1'75-pound end.
held the Conference championship?
since 1930 when the Hoosiers wrested
the title from Michigan. WRESTLING SCHEDULE
Michigan State will be met twice., Jan. 12 Michigan State, there.
The grapplers will then come up Jan 19 Northwestern, there.
against Northwestern, Chicago, and
Ohio State once in Big Ten competi- Jan. 21 Chicago, there.
tion. Outside of the Western Confer- Feb. 9 Michigan State, here.
ence the matmen will wrestle against Feb. 16 West Virginia, there.
teams from West Virginia and Wash- Feb. 18 Wash. and Lee, there.
ington and Lee. Feb. 23 Indiana, here.
Southerners Are Strong Mar. 2 Ohio State, here.
The Generals have had a premium Mar. 8-9 Big Ten Meet, Chicago.
on the championships in the South- Mar. 21-23 Nationals, Lehigh.
ern Conference and the inter-sec-
tional meet with Michigan should
arouse much attention. Warner To Take Team
The Conference meet will be held T NEarly
at Chicago this year and the tourna- o ew rleans
ment which brings the leading wres- PHILADELPHIA Dec. 10 -(p)-
tlers of the country together, the PHL EPHA De.1 ( -
National Intercollegiates, will take Freezing weather will chase Temple
platcenatergh eiesi tkEUniversity's fooball team into the
plCoac aLehnlversit to these Southland a week ahead of schedule
meets with an inexperienced squadfor the Sugar Bowl game with Tulane,
However, the 54 men who are su Coach "Pop" Warner indicated to-
working out every day at the Intra- day as the Owls began limbering up
mural Building are working hard and for the New Year's Day tilt.
prospects for a good season are bright.;

Coach Cappon
Reviews Action
Of Ypsi Game
Calls Weakness Of Team
'State Of Mind,' Not
Mechanical Faultiness
Although Michigan's Varsity cagers
pulled their second game of the sea-
son with Michigan State Normal out
of the fire in the closing minute of
play Saturday night, Coach "Cappy"'
Cappon indicated yesterday that
while his team was fortunate in win-_
ning after seeing its early lead van-
i h, the score was not an exact com-
parison of the two teams.
By Cappon's reconstruction the
running score of the game indicates
a state of mind on the part of his
team rather than an actual lapse in
mechanical abilities.
First Line Weakened
After establishing a lead of 11 to
3 during the first half, the Wolver-
ine starting lineup of Captain Plum-
mer, Rudness, Gee, Jablonski and
Jeslin, began to slacken, and the team
left the game with the score 15 to
11 in its favor.
With Captain Plummer the only
member of the starting lineup re-
maining in the game, Michigan then
scored but two points while the Hur-
ons were scoring six, and the score
at the end of the half was tied 17 to
17.
The Hurons continued to score in
the second period until a substantial
lead was established, whereupon Cap-
pon reinstated his starting lineup,
which held the Hurons to three points
while managing to eke out the margin
of victory on a last-minute score by
Dick Joslin and a clever passing game
which held the ball under control.
Will Stress Defense
As a result of the apparent reverses
in form, Cappon has announced that
he will emphasize defense this week,
for it was in that department that
the Wolverine reverses were most ap-
parent. With an easy lead estab-
lished, the Michigan team began to
loaf on defense, according to Cap-:
pon, and the Hurons began to cut
under the basket for open shots with
deadly results.
And because Cappon feels that
those defensive faults, and mental
lapses, can be eliminated, his con-
struction of the game is more favor-
able to the Wolverines than the
score might indicate, although he
would'make no attempt to minimize
those errors.
Gee Shows Promise
Michigan fans had their first look
at John Gee, giant sophomore cen-
ter, in the M.S.N.C. game, and the
lack of polish which has been attrib-
uted as his greatest handicap was
demonstrated, but his potentialities
were also clearly shown, as he con-
trolled the jump almost'without ex-
ception.
Although Dick Joslin was the big
gun of the Michigan attack, scoring
three field goals and three foul throws
for nine points, his lapses on defense
were chiefly responsible for the Hur-
ons' offensive drive. Joslin saw Jim
* Dirkse, the opposing guard, roll up
six field goals and two foul goals for:
a total of 14 points.

EVENTS OF THE WEEK
Hockey
Saturday. 8:30 p.m. - Chatham,
Ontario at the Coliseum.
Basketball
Saturday, 7:30 p.m. - Michigan
State College at Yost Field House.

*

SA DUST

By ART
CARS TEN S

R. 1,,,---

-AI6

It is most disconcerting to pick a other, enabling Coach Fisher to cut
football team to win handily and then down expenses by making all three
discover that they have been defeated games on one trip.

Schedule For
Track Season
Is Annoumced
Wolverines Will Compete
With Five Conference
Teams In 1935
Five Conference track meets, two
indoor and three outdoor, were ar-

by 17 points. Last week I said that
the Chicago Bears had virtually won
the National Professional league foot-I
ball title when they defeated the De-
troit Lions on Thanksgiving Day.
Very upsetting to learn that the,
Giants, whom Detroit beat, 9 to 0,
came back in the last period on Sun-
day to defeat the Bears, 30 to 13.
Giant-Captain Ray Flaherty out-
smarted the Bears when he brought
his team out for the second half wear-
ing tennis shoes in order to get bet-
ter footing. After seeing that Lion-
Bear game anyone would agree that
the pros should wear tennis shoes all

the time.

At least Mr. Salsinger of

ranged by Coach Charlie Hoyt for the Detroit News thought the Bears'
his Wolverine track team at the West- defeat sufficiently unusual to call it
ern Conference meeting held in Chi- "a miracle of sport."j
cago last Friday and Saturday. * *
In addition to these, seven other Wonder hw much longer
meets, of which the Drake relays Charlie Bachman will stay at
Butler relays, Big Ten indoor and at Michigan State? Though the
outdoor meets, and the Michigan- Spartans haven't fired a coach in
State-Michigan Normal triangular, the years I can remember they
meet are annual events, comprise a never seem to keep them very
twelve-meet schedule for the 1935 long. Harry Kipke went back to
indoor and outdoor seasons. his home town after graduating
Indoor A.A.U. Meet At Field House from the University and was
For the second successive year, the turning out good Spartan teams
State A.A.U. indoor meet will be held in East Lansing when Michigan
in Yost Field House. Devised by drafted him in 1928.
Lloyd W. Olds, track coach at Mich-
igan Normal and chairman of the Sleepy Jim Crowley, one of Notre
State A.A.U. committee, the meet Dame's Four Horsemen, took up the
was a success last February, drawing task where Kipke left off, and de-
athletes from 30 teams throughout veloped a team, that played Michigan
the State. to a scoreless tie four years ago. Ru-
Designed to eliminate the less-ex- mors of his success reached the East
citing events, the A.A.U. meet was and Fordham snatched him at the
patterned after the Melrose games, end of the '32 season. Charlie Bach-
one of the biggest indoor meets in the man was brought in from Florida
East. Although no definite an- to take up the coaching duties. Now,
nouncement is yet available, it is be- he, too, has produced a successful
lieved that the coming A.A.U. meet team and - well, maybe the Spar-
will contain the same events as those tans ought to give up developing good
of the last one, for Olds expressed coaches for other schools.
satisfaction over the outcome last N THE DAYS when Amos Alonzo
Following is the list of meetsbuStagg coached football teams at the'
nsIndoor University of Chicago, newspapers
Feb. 9-A.A.I. meet here. promulgated a quotation about Stagg
Feb. 1-At Mesta. which became a myth. Before the
Feb. 22 - Michigan State and Saturday of each Chicago-Purdue
Michigan Normal here. football game, the papers were filled
March 2 - Ohio State here. I with headlines "Stagg Fears Purdue."
March 9- Big Ten meet at Chi- Now that Stagg has been

At the Big Ten meeting in Uhi-
cago last week-end, Indiana was
reluctant to schedule a game with
Michigan for the 1935 season.
Indiana has at this writing, no
first-rate hurler, and Michigan
should have a formidable team
spring. So, perhaps, the rumor
that "Dean fears Michigan" is
not unfounded.
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March 23 - At Butler Relays.
Outdoor
April 13 - At California.
April 27 - Drake Relay.
May 4 - Minnesota here.
May 11 - Ohio State here.
May 18 - At Illinois.
May 24 and 25 - Big Ten
here.

meet

coaching at the College of the
Pacific for the past two years,
the fearing complex having been
set aside in the meantime, it ap-
pears that Coach Dean, base-
ball coach at Indiana U., may
adopt the fearing complex.
"Dean fears Michigan," may take
the place of Stagg fears Purdue. Dur-
ing the past two baseball seasons,
Michigan's pnine has engaged the
Hoosier club on the latter's diamond,
as one contest of a three-game road
trip, the other two opponents being
Purdue and Illinois. These three
schocls lie in a direct line with each

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with a 9 to 1 victory over the Filipino
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W.A.A. requests transfer stu-
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Coach Cappon had opportunity to1f1
use eleven of his squad, but his re-
serves were able to account for but With the failure of negotiations to The next week-end will find the
five points of the 27-point total. bring the Eastern Ontario Athletic Michigan swimmers defending their
Club Swimmers here for a dual meet Conference title at the University of
Psi Upsilon Edges on next Friday, Coach Matt Mann i Illinois at Champaign.
" and his Varsity swimming team are The Wolverines will close their
Chi _P i Swimmner Imarking time until the opening of regular season on March 29-30 when
Batigthe season on Friday. January 11 they defend their National Collegiate
By virtue of a thrilling victory in when the Wolverines will entertain championship at Harvard.
the final event, the Psi Upsilon swim- There is a possibility that Ohio
ming team defeated last night at the Indiana. State may come here for a return
Intramural pool Chi Phi 25-16 to en- Coach Mann has not yet given up meet on March 22.
ter the finals of the interfraternity hope of bringing the Canadian team,
dual swimming tournament. champions of the British Empire,
With the outcome of the meet de_ here for a dual meet. The Toronto
pendent on the 100-yard relay, the team is one of the very few aggrega-
Washtenaw team of Smith, Germon- tions which has a swimming victory
prez, Nigg, and Henderson was nosed over the Wolverines to their credit, Ml LTONS Gifts Are
out by the margin of one foot by the and the present Big Ten and National Wecome Gift
Psi U quartet of White, Combs, Wat- Collegiate champions are aching for
kins, and Knapp in the good time of a chance to revenge themselves.
:48.3. Indiana to Come in January
Herm Germonprez in the 25-yard1 Following the visit of the Hoosiers Give Him a M1 LTONS
free-style and Joe Smith in the back here on the first week-end after the
stroke supplied first places for the Christmas holidays, Michigan State SUIT or OVERCOAT
Chi Psi's, while White in the diving will come to Ann Arbor on January1
and Dobson in the breast stroke were s.ete.5eesnd 22.Mn
Innr frPsI Between semesters Coach Mann
winersifoPsihde will take his natators into Canada
Psi Upsilon is the defending champ- to meet Hamilton on February 8
ion, having defeated Theta Chi in and Toronto on the 9th.
the finals last year. It will meet the The second.road trip of the season
;same team to decide the champion- will find the Wolverines meeting Iowa Give Him a smart Tie
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i ENFORCE REGULATIONS probably the Lake Shore Athletic Club lined, fine Moires,
ENFOCE RGULAIONS I in Chicago on the night befor'e.
KANSAS CITY, Dec. 10-UP)--Vig- Ohio State will be hosts to the' Twills, Wools, neat
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Conference regulation forbidding I western, arch-rival of the Big Ten,
outside competition during school will journey to Ann Arbor on March
terms has been launched with the re-___
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