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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1934

T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan Hopes Brighten As State Regulars Are Forc

d Out

Cappon Drives DePaul, Bradley
Team As T hird IS pl it Honors With
Illinois In Opener,
Wn Is Sio-hted

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Illinois' double bill experiment was

Coach Abandons Idea Of both a success and a failure depend- THERE IS a movement on foot to
ing upon how the observer judges start a new wrinkle in the tradi-
Using Fast Break; Will an open basketball game. Last Mon- tional game between the Buckeyes
Start Same Five day night Coach Craig Ruby's cage and the Wolverines. The sponsors,
sq m D a a Bl_ would have a trophy to pass from the
squad met DePaul and Bradley, los- losing to the winning team, such as.
Word from East Lansing that two ing to the former 29 to 26 and de- the "Illbuck" which Ohio and Illi-
of the four veterans whom Coach feating the latter 55 to 25. Two en- nois play for, or the Little Brown
Ben Van Alstyne had named to start tirely different lineups were used Jug which goes to the victor in the'
against Michigan Saturday night in the games, Michigan-Minnesota contest.
would be unable to play due to injuries From the point of view of keeping "And the only suggestion on a pos-
andillnessr served yestery tothe slate clean, the experiment must sible rophy hus far received i o
brighten spirits on the Wolverine be called a failure. However, Coach that the losing captain, standing in
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Arnold Van Fassen, named to start
as a forward, has been removed to
the infirmary, according to Van Al-
style, and Bob Herrick, the guard
who has directed the team's offense
during the season, will probably not
be sufficiently recovered from injuries
to start against Michigan.
The Spartan reserves have also
suffered, and Ron Garlock, brilliant
sophomore guard, will not be able to
play due to an injured shoulder, along
with Curt White, whom Van Alstyne
had named as a possible alternative
starter at a forward in place of Danny
Reck.

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feels that he has found out more
about the comparative worth of his
players in this way than he could
have in an ordinary opener.
Captain Looks Bad;

the middle of the gridiro withm em-
bers of both teams grouped aroundl
him, doff his pants, either one legl
at a time or both at once, and -with
simple ceremony and dignity, presentI
the discarded garment to the oppos-;

Names Starting Lineup
As a result of the disabilities, of his,
regulars, Coach Van Alstyne an-
nounced that his probable starting
lineup would include either Spence
Rogers or Schlotz at a forward, and
Joe Smith at a guard.
Rogers and Smith, who played
together throughout high school be-
fore corning to State, were outstand-
ing stars, with Garlock, on State's
frosh squad last year.
The other starters for State will be
Reck at a forward, Leo Frizzo at cen-
ter, and Mike Rouse at a guard.
Despite the injury stories from the
Spartan camp, however, Coach Cappy
Cappon ordered no let-up for the Wol-
verine cagers as they continued prep-
arations for their attempt to make
three straight wins.
Cappon yesterday sent the entire
squad through a series of scrimmages
against a freshman team, including
the team which he has announced
to be his starting lineup for Satur-
day night, with Gee at center, Jab-
lonski and Joslin at forwards, and
Rudness and Captain Plummer at the
guards.
Renew Former Offense Tactics
Although Cappon had experimented
with a fast-breaking offense for his
first team in Wednesday's practice,
the set offense which has been estab-
lished in both previous games was
resumed yesterday.
The first team, with Captain Plum-
mer leading the scoring and John
Gee working effectively off the back-
board and on offense, trimmed the
frosh, 16 to 7.
A second team, composed of Matt
Patanelli at center, Chelso Tamagno
and Jack Teitelbaum at the forwards,
with Dick Evans and Ferris Jennings
at the guards also defeated the4resh-
men, 18 to 3, Teitelbaum scoring elev-
en points. Patanelli, originally a
guard, has been shifted to center and
Chelso Tamagno, who has been an
understudy to John Gee at center, has I
moved to a forward.
The freshmen arose, however, to de-
feat a third-string team composed of
Harry Solomon, John Rieck and Jack
Powell, Chris Everhardus and Bob
Hill.
2 Targets Are Due Each
Week From Rifle Players
Women entered in the Intramural
rifle tournament are expected to turn
in two targets each week. The targets
are to be posted on the chart at the
range. A minimum of five scores must
be received before a woman is eligible
for the tournament.
Captain Rosswell E. Hardy is at the (
range each Tuesday and Thursday
afternoon to give instructions to those
who desire them. Miss Virginia Pease-
ley superintends at other times.
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Roy Guttschow had the best eve- ing captain."
ning of all of the veterans leading (In commemoration of Coach
scoring against Bradley. On the Schmidt's now-famous remarks as:
other hand Frank Froschauer, for- to how the Wolverines put on their{
ward who has been Illinois' high pants just like ordinary football;
scorer for the last two seasons and players.)
leads the Indians as captain this
year, played one of the worst games This excerpt out of a story
of his career against DePaul.I from Columbus, Ohio, struck me
Rub hi adaeenwgriedabutfi.d- as being very silly, and brought
Ruby had been worried about find- to mind an essay which we
ing someone to fill the shoes of Hud- had -to read in freshman rhetor-
dle Heilmich, star pivot man who ,T
graduated last year, but his two six-
foot four inch sophomore centers The author of that piece( with
came through in fine style. Pick apologies to Mr. Everett I must ad-I
Dehner was high point man in the mit I don't remember the gentleman's'
game and Roy Riegel was outstanding name) was bewailing the attempts on
in the second. the part of newly founded Amer-
Harry Combs, Byron Blout, and ican universities to put the establish-
Harold Swanson, all sophomores, ment of traditions on a mass produc-
played well and gave Coach Ruby tion basis. One of his best lines (if
assurance that he will have plenty my memory serves with anything
of reserve strength at forward. Fros- approaching accuracy) was "Start-
chauer and Guttschow, who were ing promptly at 4 p.m. tomorrow it
at forward last season, will undoubt- shall be traditional that no fresh-
edly be together again. man will walk on Pletzenbaum Side-
Guards Are Plentifulalk"
afteruWe'll let you make up your own
The Illinois mentor admitted, after corollary to that in the Michigan-
the game, that the guard problem Ohio State proposal.

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Renner and Gomer Jones. If
memory of dressing-room scenes
serves me correctly some football
players are not in the habit of
wearing the most conservative
sort of dainty lingerie or eden
shorts beneath their moleskins.
It might be darn hard for a mod-
est captain, who knew his girl
was sitting in the fifth row cen-
ter, to carry on the tradition.
Maybe I'm just the least bit Victor-
ian but I remember distinctly what
happened some years ago when one of
Michigan's grid greats lost his pants
{inadvertently) during a game on
Ferry Field. Louis Gilbert, I believe
it was, split his nether garments to
such an extent that they interfered
with his footballing.
A trainer hurried from the
Michigan bench with a shiny yel-
low pair of new moleskins. But
did Gilbert change his pants be-
fore the very eyes of that gaping
multitude? He did not! His
mates held up four blankets to
form an improvised dressing
room and the Wolverine half-
back retired within to make the
change.
In theory, I suppose, the group of
players around the ceremonious pair
in the Columbus proposal should
shield them from the hoi polloi, but
-well, we'll let Gomer Jones worry,
about that if the tradition goes in-!
to effect some November afternoon
next fall.

3 Minnesota Players
On Rice's Honor Team
Cclliers Magazine yesterday an-
omnnced itstill-American football
team, picked annually by Grant-
land Rice and a group of grid ex-
perts.
Ends: Hutson. Alabama: Larson,
Minnesota.
Tackles: Lee, Alaba'ma; Rey-
nolds, Stanford.
Guards: Barclay, North Caro-
lina; Bevan, Minnesota.
Center: Shotwell, Pittsburgh.
Quarterback: Grayson, Stan-
ford.
Halfbacks: Wallace, Rice; Bor-
ries, Navy.
Fullback: Lund, Minnesota.
Notre Dame To Adhere
To BigTen Grid Rules
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Dec. 13 -( )-
Strict adherence to rules of the Big
Ten, a conference to which it does
not belong, will cost Notre Dame's
football team the services of Jack
Robinson, start center, next season.
Under the Big Ten freshmen rule,
no player is permitted more than'
three years of intercollegiate compe-
tition. Play on freshmen or reserve
teams competing in intercollege
games is counted.

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LOTT JOINS PROS
NEW YORK, Dec. 13. - (P) -
George M. Lott, Jr., of Chicago, Davis
Cup stalwart, today signed his formal
professional contract to make a tour
with his Davis Cup teammates, Lester
Stoefen, Big Bill Tilden and Ells-
worth Vines, Jr., this winter.
The tour opens at Madison Square
Garden, Jan. 9 and will continue
through 77 cities until late April.

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had him stumped. He intends to use
at the floor guard position Braun,
Beynon, and Mickelson until he can
find which is the strongest and to
give Henry, Markworth, Lindberg, and -
Vopicka plently of practice until one
of them develops into a capable
guard.
The revamped Illini quintet will
get its first real test against Wabash
Saturday night, and it should prove
to be one of the most dangerous in
the Conference.
KRAMER WINS BOUT
Melvin Kramer of Toledo was
awarded the decision over GeorgeI
Marckow of New York in the heavy-
weight bout of the freshman boxing
tournament Wednesday, it was
learned today from Coach Vern Lar-
son.

Besides being ludicrous, the
idea might be just a bit embar-
rassing to Captains-elect Bill

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