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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1934

T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Psi Upsilon To
Defend Swim
Championship
The Psi Upsilon swimming team will
defend its inter-fraternity swimming
championship at 5:30 p.m. today at
the Intramural pool in a meet with
Pi Lambda Phi. These teams havef
gone through the season without at
defeat.
In a quarter-final water polo game
today the Psi U swimmers will meet
Phi Kappa Psi with the winner play-
ing Chi Phi in the semi-finals. Ac-
cording to Intramural officials both
the' Psi U and Phi Psi teams are
strong and neither rules as favorite.
The independent volleyball title
winners will be decided at 7 p.m. to-
day, with the Tigers meeting the
D.D.'s. This is the first volleyball final
in seven years in which the Chinese
teach has not participated. The Tigers
eliminated the latter Monday, 2-1.
Play in the all-campus squash meet
has reached the quarter finals witl,
the semi-finals and finals to be held
next week. Semi-finalists will be de-
termined by the end of this week.
Snap out of that
quandary, young
lady, here is the gift
for that young
man-

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STAR DUST

By ART
CARSTENS

Frosh Boxers
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Veteran State Five Determined
To ReassertCage Superiority'

V I. .L~'L t~l1 1""1 m Il Michigan State's basketball teams
will appear here Saturday night de-t
It seems that we just can't forget pound sophomore tackle, consistent- termined to reassert the superiorityf
the past football season, disastrous ly broke through the Michigan line, Georgre Marekow S Iu g s over the Wolverines it assumed in two1
as it was. Here are a couple of squibs harassing John Regeczi, Michigan's Wa To s s games last year. The Spartans swept
that just came to light: great punter, in the Wisconsin-Mich- Way To oe kPcision both meetings last year, winning thek
The best and most popular pic- igan game. The two teams were total Over Melvin Kramer first game played here by a singlep
ture of Capt. Tom Austin which was strangers, not having played a game !_point, 26 to 25, and winning at Easts
printed throughout the season by since 1928, with the exception of a Lansing in a see-saw contest, 33 to 26.t
papers using Associated Press "art" charity game in 1931. Early in the Sixteen freshmen boxers entered Coach Ben Van Alstyle will bring ai
was taken in an Ohio State Univer- game Chris blocked one of Regeczi's. the ring in Waterman Gymnasium squad which includes four lettermen,
sity uniform! punts. As the minutes of the game yesterday afternoon in quest of fight- but Maurise Buysee, giant center and
The Associated Press discovered flew it got so that Regeczi, when ing glary, but only eight of these sensation of last year, will not be back
before practice started this fall that kicking, would hesitate for just a ghsince he has dropped out of school.
they did not have a suitable picture split second to look for Chris. This climbed out of the ropes with colors The Spartans have met and de-
of Austin in uniform. How to remedy bothered the Wolverine considerably. flying after the conclusion of Coach feated so far this season the Grand
the lack was a question with Austin Finally on a last-quarter play Chris- Vern Larson's all-freshman boxing Rapids Carloaders, one of the most
in Columbus, O., and all the uni- tianson came through seriously and show. powerful semi-pro teams in western
forms in Ann Arbor. hit the Wolverine kicker a second The concluding bout of the after- Michigan, Central State Teachers
The trouble was eliminated when after he got off a punt. Chris got up noon between two fast heavyweights College, and Kalamazoo College.
the scribes took Austin out to the and started to walk around his fallen had the audience at the ringside After a good start in their first two
Buckeye athletic plant and dressed opponent. The referee warned the standing up with excitement as games in which they showed power
him in regulation Ohio State togs, Badger not to be so rough. George George Marckow, New York boy, as well as polish, the Spartans were
giving him his regular number, "52." Deanovich, Wisconsin end, pulled the pounded out a close decision over hard pressed to win from the Kala-
An examination of the resulting big fellow aside and said: "What you Melvin Kramer of Toledo. The con- mazoo team, pulling the game out of
"cut" will reveal, however, that the trying to do, Chris? You'll get thrown elusion of the bout found both men the fire by virtue of three long shots
number is much bigger than those out of the game!" slightly groggy and covered with blood by Mike Rouse, junior guard.
worn by the Wolverines. Since the "Aw," replied Chris, "we just don't -romgthersmang o wthtlwereyNikeVnouseniotafard,
Buckeyes' regular jerseys do not have like each other, that's all!" ladthe smashing wthroughout te BoeNickVaFaasen, at a forward, an
numbers in front we suspect that! fight. BbHrik tagad r h
Austin was wearing his shirt back- At least one big-time sports .l .v .n veterans of the team with two letters
wards editor agrees with us that Willis In the welterweightdivisionJohnnyeach, while Danny Reck, the other
Ward deserved more than he gat Hutzel of Ann Arbor defeated Dan forward, and Rouse have one letter
Ralph Cannon, Chicago Daily News this year. The Cleveland Plain Robertson in a bout displaying con- each.
spot coumnt, t thig pilyes Dealer named Ward and Larson siderable class. John Robertson, red-;Rouse has led the Spartan scoring
sporytins"Cmp ssCanop:"asendsonitnBheaded Irishman, failed to provide in their three games, registering six;
story in his "Campus Canopy: aeds on its Big Ten team and himself with a defense, and took a field goals against Kalamazoo. Van
Din't Like Each Other f er showed its wisdom by poundingfrom Milford Weiner that I Faasen, who for the past two years
Ed Christianson, Wisconsin's 250- givingm t Pa4anelli honorable cost him the decision. has alternated at forward and center
Ski Jumper Wins and who scored five field goals in the
Winter Means a Heavy Coat.: , / "iWalt Bietila, well-known ski second period to assure the Wolver-
Have Last Year's A 11- 0 L eaders jumper, and a welterweight boxer to ines' defeat in the second game last
I Hae Lat Yer'sAltered Ianawetregtbxrtyeristealstmnothta.
Iand Cleaned at I' boot, defeated Jim Spens in three y ear is thx etest manrnchhete.
To P a*ee Iat rounds that saw Spens unableHeisxfetforncshg.
"Anr's Pailor TSiopola Iie e to cope with Pietila's body punches.MieFzzarsveltyawhe
APete Using an unorthodox style that
Ann Abor' Poplar a~lo

speed has assured him a starting
berth. Reck may be relieved at a
forward by Curt White. a reserve from
last year's squad.
The Spartans employ an offense
built upon speed while utilizing the
height of at least one member of the
squad under either backboard, and
this year it is directed by Herrick, who
is also a strong defensive player.

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X 11M LItUl 11(1)caused many in the audience to be
a bit critical, Art Downing took a
Respect for the Chatham hockey very close and non-too-popular de-
clubect whicapearsheaturdakey cision from Whitey Gibbs, a well-bai-
club which appears here Saturday I anced rangy boy with a beautiful left
against the Wolverines grows day by jab that had Downing constantly in
day at the Coliseum as the Maroons trouble. Downing won the decision,
continue to extend their winning however, on a knock-down in the sec- I
streak and series of shut-out victories ond round. Gibbs did not take a count,
to remain at the top of the Mich- but was noticeably groggy.
igan-Ontario league. Two Lightweight Fights
To date Chatham, which is coachedTg
by "Puss" Traub, referee here the In the two lightweight go's Walter'
last two games, has won ten contests Singer, a clever fighter from the Cat-
in succession and registered three skills in New York, beat Fred Yunck
shut-outs in the last three perform- of Sandusky, Ohio in a bout that was
ances. marked by the close infighting of
Maroon Goalie Peardon's latest both men, and Dave Black of Dear-!
perfect game came Tuesday when born was defeated by Forrest Keown,
Chatham swamped the Essex Fron- j of Wayne.
tiers, 8 to 0. Michigan defeated the In the only 126-lb. fight of the
Frontiers,;6 to 2, in the opening game afternoon, Lawrence Ouimet, a very
of the season two weeks ago, indi- clever little boxer showing a great
eating perhaps the relative strength deal of promise, received the decision
of the teams which will clash this over Gardner Patterson.

Lowrey Releases
New Hockey Card
Following is the revised Mich- I
igan hockey schedule as announced
by Coach Eddie Lowrey yesterday:
Dec. 15 Chatham, here.
Dec. 19 McMaster Univ., here.
Jan. 11 and 12, Wisconsin, here.
Jan. 18 and 19, Minnesota, there.
Jan. 22 Sarnia, here.
Feb. 11 Ontario Aggies, here.
Feb. 15. and 16, Mich. Tech., there
Feb. 22 and 23, Minnesota, here.
Mar. 1 and 2, Mich. Tech., here.
Mar. 7 Brantford (tentative),
here.
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I week-end in the Coliseum.
Coach Eddie Lowrey in the mean-
time, although encouraged by the im-
provement of his team on defense
against the kind of offense which
sends four to five.men into Michigan
territory, is disappointed by the per-
formance of Vic Heyliger in practice
this week.
"I*'think he could show more com-
petitive spirit and aggressiveness th'an
he has displayed at times," he said
yesterday of the sophomore center.

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Only Captain Ha
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With two Conference meets against
Northwestern and Chicago before the
end of the semester, Coach Cliff Keen
is working hard to overcome the
handicap of inexperience which con-
fronts his men in nearly every weight.
The only matman who is sure of
his position at the present time is
Captain Harrod at 145 pounds. Every
other weight is open to men who show
the best form before the first meet
with Michigan State Jan. 12.
The 118-pound position is sought by
three men, Brooks, Mintz and Wein-

Johnny Johnstone refereed all the NEW YORK, Dec. 12 -(P)- The
bouts and Dick Hinks acted as official National Baseball League club owners
time-keeper. j today voted to allow any club to play
seven of its home games at night un-
der the floodlights, if the visiting
UI-1 HOCKEY NOTICE team agreed.
All teams, fraternity or independ- The fight for the revolutionary step !
ent, that plan to enter the ice - the major league magnates here-
hockey league must register with tofore having maintained a solid
Intramural officials before 6 p.m. front against playing the game at
today. Practice periods for all night - was led by Powel Crosley,
teams entering are available. Jr., Cincinnati owner, who found
_ qualified support from Chicago, Bos-
__....__ _.__ ton, St. Louis and Philadelphia.
Both Stephen McKeever, of Brook-
rrod Is Sure lyn, and Charles A. Stoneham, of
the New York Giants, registered em-
phatic "noes," indicating their teams
ri Wrestling Team probably would decline to play any;
night games.at Cincinnati.
Although the owners of the Cubs,
t stein. This position is the most open Braves, Cards and Phillies gave quali-
i of any. B. Rubin, Kellman, and Slo- fied support to the idea, it appeared
cum are competing for the 126-pound probable that only Cincinnati would
post. Slocum is ineligible at present try out the scheme this year with
but is expected to be a big help when the others withholding judgment un-
he becomes eligible. til it had been given a trial.
f S. Rubin, one of the lettermen from The American League owners ad-
last year, and Heavenrich lead the journed their annual meeting at 21
135-pound class. Rubin fought at 126
pouns l'stseasn bt Ip.m. after signing a new territorial
pounds last season but will now agreement to replace the one expiring
wrestle at the heavier weight. The l in February.
155-pounders are weak. Marschner"__-
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Bissel, Ross and Merril are out- !ighter. Coach Keen says that at the
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Stabovitz, a newcomer who has shown m arked improvement in Wright and
good form, and Levine and Garber that he should develop into a really
are ahead. There are two heavy- capable heavyweight. Hanshue was
weights out at present, Wright and r hurt during football season and his
Hanshue, both football players. shoulder still bothers him but he is a
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