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Seek Revenge

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Coach Cappon I
Stands Pat On
Starting Team
Injuries Hit Spartan Five;
To Face Wolverines With
Michigan will attempt to extend itsk
record for the cage season to three
straight wins and to avenge two de-(
feats received at the hands of the
Spartans last year, when the Wol-t
verines meet Michigan State tonight
in the Field House. The game willt
start at 7:30.1
Coach Cappy Cappon announced
that there will be no change in the!
first team lineup which defeatedl
Michigan State Normal last week, but!
Coach Ben Van Alstyne reports that
the Spartan lineup will be greatly
jugrled as the result of injuries. I
Cappon will start his six-foot line-

w I

n ma-te; r_ cK to
Hockey Riues B aroons After
Annouinced B y Eleventh Win






Presenting Coach Cliff Keen,
Lawyer And Wrestling Champ



in Yost Field House will be more
than a test of the Michigan team's
strength. It will probably be a good in-
dication of what the student attitude
toward winter sports competition will;

cicwds or empty stands this win-
ter. Thc games always come on
bu,,!y nights, and it's a long cold
walk to the Field House, and the
cc: test cnly lasts an hour. But, of
ccuse, you do have free tickets.
(And who can resist the lure of

Ruler for the All-Campus hockey
touinament were announced by Earl
Riskey of the nt rami :ral LDcpartment,
yesterday afternoon in a meeting with
the managers ef the teams entering.
Each game will be composed of
three ten-minute periods with a three-
minute rest between each. Contests
must begin at 10:15 p.m. and must be
completed by 11. Should the score be
tied when the time limit is up. a new
game will be played to decide the
Each team is limited to eleven play-

Will the students start where they free tickets to anytning?)
left off in football? Or show renewed The case of hockey is quite dif-
interest in a new team? Talk as we; e cas, Cha hm qit b dra-
did about the campus standing aferent. Chatham will probably draw
squarely behind the football team a capacity crowd tonight, not because
through its most disastrous season many expect Michigan to defeat the
there was an undeniable falling-off M-O leage leaders, but because the
n~ nio ftp.+fans expect to see some good hockey.

of inerest aIL erL e wnaz-a-goo-
sport-I-am-being feeling wore off.
The Wit-onsin debacle took a
lot out 6f the martyrs and Cheer-
leader Joe Horak didn't even dare
send his sto k telegram from Ohio
State: "Meet the team at the sta-
tion!" The Northwestern game

The same sort of a group interested ers, a list of which must be turned in
in technical performances instead of before the first game. After the first.
the score, primarily, attends basket- 2ame it will be impossible to enter
ball games but is lost in the crowd any new men. All teams entered under
that is there because -well, mostly a fraternity name must be composed
because they don't have to pay any- nly of members of that fraternity.:
thing extra for tickets. No more than two members of the
+ ieshman hockey squad may play with

up, with Captain Al Plummer andub
George Rudness at the guards, J hn found an apathetic group of nev- The 35 cent admission charge = team.
ohn cr-nadie' the sgands. e ; for ho2key games has much to do It is required that each team en-
Gee at center, and Dick Joslin and r-say- s e sans.with this. It keeps those desiring eing the tournament pay a $2.50{
John Jablonski at the forwards. But football is dead (long live foot- admhsion down to a number that .,ntry fee. This money will be used
Lineup Is Uncertain ball and the question now is whe the Coliseum can hold, for most to buy the equipment necessary for1
Van Alstyne stated that at least ther the student body will come out of games, and makes for a small but 1he safety of the pinyers.
one man of his previously announced the apathetic coma into which it was appreciative (and critical) audi- The first game will be played Wed-
starting lineup may not be able to bludgeoned 'to support the basketball 'ence. ncsday, Jan. 9. Because of the limited;
enter the game against Michigan. and hockey teams. But, in general, we can say that time for completing the tournament,r
Arnold Van Fassen, forward and Bob the campus wants something to cheer no postponements will be permitted.!
Herrick, guard, have been reported Psychologically, we suppose, the the about (and wants it badly). Whether The final game will be held March 13.
unable to practice, as has Leo Frizzo, tes are "Ylscesful." Af the it is free basketball or 35 cent hockey
center. cen lea yars scessgyptianere makes little difference to most. Reveal Plans For New
The Spartan reserves have also seven lean years te Egyptians were
been depleted by injuries, with Ron glad to get any sort of corn. 'Little World Series'
Garlock, sophomore guard and Curt Indications thus far are that a Faculty To Act
White, junior forward who was prey- winning basketball team would re- SYRACUSE, N. Y., Dec. 14-UP)-
ate jor niardfohonanatiryarthnatTo Ac lasworase "itleWrler-s
iously named as a possible starterIceive more support this year than at On Plans for a new "Little World Series" '
t forward, both being definitely on any time in the last half a decade. A oday Ua t uS ibetween champions of the Interna-j
he injured list. record crowd of 3,500 for an opening tional and Pacific Coast Baseball
With Frizzo and Herrick sufficiently home game appeared last Saturday y Dick H a le Leagues were revealed here today byi
recovered to start however, the Spar- night and found something to cheer I Jack Corbett, president of the Syra-
tans will present a lineup including about in the nip-and-tuck struggle cuse Baseball Club in the Internation-1
three lettermen, Danny Reck at for- with the Ypsilanti teachers. The EVANSTON, Ill., Dec. 14. - (P).- al League.
ward, Mike Rouse at guard, and Her. team showed no startling ability such Formal action on whether Dick Han- Plans of league directors, accord-
rick. as might carry it to a Conference 1 ley shall coach the Northwestern ing to Corbett during a visit to Mayor
Cagers Conclude Drill championship but did demonstrate football team in 1935 was deferred Rolland B. Marvin, call for gamesj
Coach Cappon put his squad some real fight when it came back in until tomorrow, but feeling that he next fall in the championship city ofj
through a final offensive and defen- the last few minutes to win, will resign was strengthened today. the Pacific Coast League. The en-j
sive drill last night, concluding with The Faculty Athletic Committee of I tire series would be in the West, with
a fast scrimmage between the first HE GENERAL ATTITUDE to- the University put over its meeting play in the East the following year.
and second teams. wards basketball is the one until tomorrow. Dr. Walter Dill Scott, While not officially scheduled, the
Cappon sent a reserve team, armed which will decide whether president of Northwestern, indicated series, Corbett said, has the approval
with a model of the Spartan offense, the team will play before decent he would follow the wishes of the of presidents of club in both leagues
against his first team in the defen- ----_ ------;committee. and is certain to be carried out.
sive drill. The Spartans feature a FrshWrestlingSHanley himself said he had planned
fast-breaking offense, speeding down Fros r i Squad to resign after the football season, BUCKEYES TO GO EAST
the floor, but resolving itself into a Rated As Best In Years following a year of friction with a Ohio State's swimming team will
revolving offense under the basket as The best freshman wrestling squad strong faculty group, but decided to make an Eastern invasion during
The desenseessmse.winstearg seadddawait developments. There was almost Christmas vacation, meeting the Penn
the defense is set.-in years, headed by National A.A.U. '
The Spartans have played three Champion Earl Thomas is the one no criticism of Hanley's coaching A. C., the Newark A.C., and the New
games during the current season, de- now working out at Waterman Gym- ability, indicating that faculty oppo- York A.C. on successive days. The
feating Grand Rapids Carloaders, nasium,,according to Coach Otto Kel- sition was the chief reason for the first meet is scheduled for Dec. 27.
Central State Teachers College, and ley. Fifty men practice daily, but HIaIriley's teams shared the Confer- ...
Kalamazoo College.j names of the 'ranking men will be.ec il n13 n 91 u i
Probable starting lineups. withheld unti after the all-campus elevens since thenahave n e
Jhss M Stak wrestling mee During the past season Northwestern
Joslin .....F......ReckThomas, who won his champion- won only two Big Ten games.
Jablonski .......F ...... Schloabztao ship in the 118-pound class, and also ____-..........
Gee ..........:. C . Schlosz, or Rogers defeated the intercollegiate champion
Plummer (c) .n. G..........Frizzo at that weight, is now working in the above the average in ability, accord-
Rudness ....... G .... .. . . . Herrick 135-pound class. He is the brother ing to the coach.
Referee, Powers, Detroit; Umpire, of Blair Thomas, Michigan wrestling The entire squad of 50 will com-
Etter, Toledo. captain of a few years ago. pete in the all-campus wrestling tour-
As a class, the 135-pound division, nament to be held December 18-20.
Think with several fine wrestlers besides Workouts have been held since
SThomas, is the most promising. The the first week of school, and will be
men wrestling the heavyweight and continued until the state meet, which
wT11 T~-~ b.~T~b light heavyweight divisions are also will be held next March.

111'' 91 1ii 1 + By ROBERT J. FRIEDMAN and 1930. Kelly, Keen says, was the
--uVarsity Wrestling Coach Cliff Keen most scientific wrestler he ever
Coach LCowrey Confident was in the ring showing one of his coached. He was the 155-pound Na-
Coac Lowey onfientpupils just how to go about pinning an) tional Champion.
Despite Lack Of Spares; pponent in preparation for the all- 1That DonGeorge who is now a pro-
campus meet. The pupil struggled but fessional heavyweignt wrestler and a
Berryman To Start it was no use. Keen turned him on claimant formerly for the much-dis-
his back and completed the fall. puted championship, was the best
The Chatham Maroons, leaders of It is small wonder that Keen was heavyweight in the Conference is
the Michigan-Ontario Hockey League, able to do this so easily. While a stu- Keen's opinion. He even outshone
meet the Michigan pucksters at 8:30 dent at Oklahoma A. & M., which is such a star as Jim McMillan of Illi-
tonight in the Coliseum, resuming noted for turning out star wrestling nois.
a rivalry which was supended at the teams, he won the National 160- Robert Hewitt, who wrestled at both
end of the 1932 season. The last game pound championship and also held 1 118 and 125 pounds, was another of
between the two clubs went to Mich- the Southwestern Conference title in his stars. Hewitt went to the Olym-
igan, 6 to 2. 1922 and 1923. pics in Amsterdam in 1928 and took
Tonight the Maroons stand in a Was Also A Gridder a second place. Carl Dougovit who
fair way to even the count, coming i He might have gone to the Olympic wrestled at Michigan in 1932 was his
here with a ten-game winning streak Games at Antwerp in 1924 but an last National Champion.
which they hope to extend, and a injury suffered soon after the Na- While Keen was coaching here he
three-game shut-out streak which tional Meet prevented him from try- found time to get a degree in 1932
Goalie Pcardon will try to continue ing out for the team. He also played from the Law School. He also is a
and co-captain Johnny Sherf will be football at the Oklahoma school. His member of the state bar. He is mar-
out to break. first year he was an end, but the next ried and has a five-year old daugh-
Lack Relief Men two years he played at the center ter.
Despite this impressive record, position. When asked about his favorite sport,
Coach Eddie Lowrey made the rather The team nearly won the confer- he stated emphatically that wrestling
bold-faced statement yesterday that once championship in 1923 but was has no equal. "It not only has every
Michigan is going to stop the high- nosed out in the final game by Ar- virtue that any other sport has but
flying Canadian team. Chatham has kansas which was coached by Francis it teaches coifidence, courage and
been going at too hard a clip, he feels Schmidt, present Ohio State mentor. clean living. Wrestling is a wonderful
and it is about time some team trim-s After being graduated from Okla- physical developer and has an advan-
homa A. & M. in 1924, he became tage in the fact that the wrestler
med Coach Reynolds and his squad wrestling and football coach at Fred- competes against men of his own size
of 14 players. I erick High school in Oklahoma. While and weight," was Coach Keen's clos-
The validity of this prophesy de- there he turned out championship ing remark.
pends greatly upon the performance football and mat teams for two years.
of Vic Heyliger, sophomore center, He was called to Michigan in 1925 Chicago Maroons Elect
Lowrey indicated. Heyliger has been to become Varsity wreestling coach, Gr
a disappointment to the mentor this1and freshman football line coach. Berwanger Grid Captain
week, and his work against the Lon- Keen has turned out two cham- CHICAGO, Dec. 14 -(P)- Jay Ber-
don A. C. was dismal after he was hit | pionship wrestling teams at Mich- wanger, of Dubuque, Ia., was elected
above the eye with the puck. igan. The present freshman coach, captain of the 1935 University of Chi-
Lowrey Expects Win Octo Kelly was on them both in 1929 cago football team last night at the
Contrary to the feeling early this I. annual Alumni Club football din-
week that Walt Courtistwould be in confidencebin his fairness by voting ner. Sam Whiteside, of Evanston, Ill.,
the starting lineup tonight, Lowrey im he job .Csophomore guard, was voted the most
announced that Dick Berryman had Michigan Pos Chatham valuable player receiving the least
won his berth back by virtue of im- Jewe......... G . . . . ... . . Peardon recognition. Ewald Nyquist, fullback,
proved play in practice and would MacCollum ....LD.........Heath of Rockford, Ill., won the trophy
start at right wing. David.........RD........Sadlier awarded for the best tackler.
Michigan will be outnumbered in Heyliger .......C.......t...Halest_1
relief men for the third time inSrm.. ....LW.......Dsona t
Sherf ......... .W .. . . ...DawsonI
ac mnnv a'nmec CicQcn_

j s may games uns season.
"Puss" Traub, who has coached the
Chatham team a bit this year, will
referee despite it. The Wolverine
players like his work and showed their1
s- H

Referee - "Puss" Traub.

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In ProSingles
NEW YORK, Dec. 14 -( P)- Pure-
ly on a hunch, George Martin Lott,
Jr., the former Davis Cup tennis
'doubles stalwart and now a profes-
sional, believes he will develop into
an outstanding singles player in the
commercial field.
With some modesty he admitted
he has won fame as a doubles per-
former, quitting the amateur side as
its foremost tandem player. But
just as Ellsworth Vines improved last
year after he began to play for pay,
so Lott expects to improve and build
a reputation as a singles artist.
"I never cared much for indoor
tennis," said Lott yesterday after he
signed a professional contract to play,
for Promoter Bill O'Brien with Vines,
Bill Tilden and Lester Stofen. "Of
course it's business now and I've got
to like it.
"More than that, however, I'm go- I
ing to work hard to improve as a
singles player. Vines certainly is bet-
ter than he was before he started as
a pro. I've been working out in Chi-
cago on boards with Emmet Pare
and my game will be stepped up to a
fast enough pitch for my debut on
Lott "comes out" as a pro Jan. 9
in Madison Square Garden with Tild-
en as his opposition. There's been
a long-standing personal feud be-
tween them. They belong to the per-
sonal admiration society only so far
as each other's playing ability is con-
cerned. - __ ___

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