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4BER 19, 1934

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

McMaster

Battles

Varsity Six

Tonight In

Coliseum

Hard Battle Is Basketball Squad To Invade i
Expected With
Canadian Team
1 Western State.
Strength Of Invaders Is U T By ARTWrn
Little-Known; Michigan:IACARsTENS To Put Strono
A ftr .e nd Win

Kalamazoo

Tonight

t1.LC-e cokjupZU11 VT i
The fourth Canadian team to in-
vade the Coliseum in three weeks,
McMaster University, of Hamilton,
Ont., brings what certain vague re-;
ports indicate is a strong hockey,
squad to Ann Arbor tonight to meet
the Wolverine six on its home ice at
8 p.m.
Nothing definite is known of the
visitors' record this season and like-3
wise little is known of the McMaster;
hockey tradition, since this is the first
engagement between the two universi-
ties. As a result Coach Eddie Low-
rey, fearing that which he doesn't
know, is ready to expect another
tought battle tonight.j
Claim To Versatility
While there is a lack of informa-
tion concerning the McMaster team,
its members have been described suf-
ficiently in a press dispatch received
recently. According to the dispatch
the ten players who compose the
squad might do well to take on the
Michigan track team and, in addi-
tion, throw in a football game, with
Dr. Mel Harley, coach, to fill in as
eleventh man.
Syl Apps, captain and center, holds
the British Empire pole vault champ-
ionship and plays halfback on the
football team. Norval Williamson,
18-year-old regular right wing, played
with the championship New Liskeard
team last year, and is a quarter miler
on the track team. Claude Moore,
left wing, is intercollegiate javelin
champion and halfback on the foot-
ball team. Ralph Connor, defense
man, sticks to hockey'; Harold Seph-
ton, defense man, played tackle on
the football team. Ray LaBarge,,
goalie, is a French-Canadian and
former member of Ottawa Univer-
sity's hockey team.
Grid Captain Included
George Gathercole, center, captains
the gridders; Noble Carlton, right
wing; was captain of last year's hock-
ey team; Ross Cruickshank, left
wing, is a swimmer and soccer player;
and Bill Pitt, defense, plays full-
back on the gridiron.
The Michigan lineup will remain
the same, Lowrey said yesterday,'
which means that Co-captain Johnny
Sherf, Vic Heyliger and Dick Berry-
man will compose the forward line;
Larry David and Red MacCollum,
the defense, and Co-captain Johnny
Jewell will be in the nets. Gil Mc-
Eachern and Walt Courtis will prob-
ably be the only spares to see action.
With only ten players on the Mc-
Master squad, tonight's game will see
something approaching equality in
man-power, a lack of which has
meant the difference between victory I
and defeat to the Wolverines in two
previous contests.
LINEUPS
Michigan Pos. McMaster;
Jewell ........G. ...........LaBarge
David ......... RD........ Connor
MacCollum. .... LD....... Sephton,
Heyliger ....... C ............ Apps
Berryman..... .RW. ...Williamson
Sherf .......... LW......... Moore
SCHMELING, HAMAS TO MEET
BERLIN, Dec. 18-(P) -Walterz
Rotherberg German sports promoter <

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FOR the third successive year a for instance, the country's best col-
major league baseball team has lege football team. Hilltoppers
been named the most outstanding e
athletic team of the 1934 season by Personally, I can't see the Cardin- Maize A
Associated Press sports writers. als in first place if the Tigers rate Of
only fourth. There is no denying O ins,
I was interested in discovering that that that St. Louis outfit is one of-
I had seen the four leading teams in the greatest aggregations of "money Michigan's ba
action sometime during the year and players" ever assembled, but Dean ceive the stiffes
have dedicated some thought to a and Co. wouldn't have gotten to the date as it meets
peisonal consideratgsn of their rank- World Series at all if the Giants;es t eets
ings. hadn't cracked wide open as the end ers College toni
Rated by the A.P. scribes they of the race neared. After scoring
were: THE SAME MIGHT be said, in a over CalvIn C
Points way, of Minnesota's great foot- State Normal,1
S't. Lcuis Cardinals, baseball, 241 ball team. Where would they have back Saturday
Univ. of Minnesota, football, 215 been in the balloting if they had tinct improvem
Chicago Bears, pro football, 57 failed to eke out that 13 to 7 win over igan State, 31
Detroit Tigers, baseball..... 42 Pitt early in the season? Spartans were
by illness and

Seek To Halt
nd Blue Streak,
At Three
asketball team will re-
t test of its season to
Western State Teach-
ght at Kalamazoo.
unimpressive victories
ollege and Michigan
the Wolverines came!
night to show a dis-'
ent in downing Mich-
to 25, although the
decidedly weakened
injury in their first

All-Campus Wrestlers Glimpse
Varsity Jobs As Meet Opens
With many of the Varsity wrestling pound class are expected to bring the
.am positions depending largely on Varsity another championship, and,
the showing of the Varsity squad in despite injuries to Mascurusus and
heShaw, the freshman entrants in the
.he All-Campus tournament the meet 155-pound division, Pierce and Martin,
oas assumed a new importance. It! are not expected to defeat the Var-
will begin at 3:30 p.m. today at the Isity men, Johnson and Marschner.
ntramural Building. Garber, Levine, and Staovitz of
Only two of the 80 who weighed the Varsity and Boebel of the fresh-
in yesterday are defending champions. men will battle it out at 175-pounds,
Flarry Wright is defending his heavy- while Wright is expected to retain his
weight championship and Frank Bis- heavyweight title.
veil his 155-pound title.------ -- -- -
The great majority of the entrants
are members of the Varsity and fresh-
man squads, and Varsity men are fa-
vored to capture all but one of the:
championships. PRACTICAL
The one title for which the fresh-
men are favored is that of the 145-
pound division. They have Earl
Thomas, National A.A.U. champion at
118 pounds entered, together with From M I LTONS
Brumby and Pierce.
Edward Kellman, runner-up last -
year and Varsity prospect, is favored Give Him a Pair of
over Gandel, Spicher, and Wilson of
the freshmen in the 118-pound class. M ILTON'S SHOES
Rubin and Slocum of the Varsity are
facing comparatively weak freshman $3.95
wrestlers at 126-pounds and one of
them is expected to win.

I suppose that it is natural for the
scribes to give the World's Champion-
ship baseball team the decision since
more of them see that team than,
Cousinea1 ill
HeadTen-Bout
Amateur Card

University Boxer
Tony Rupinski In
Fight At Armory

Meets
Chief

On the whole, however, I be-
lieve that Minnesota was more
outstanding in the football world
than the Cards in baseball -
even though the organized bally-
hoo for them was less. Watching
St. Louis in the World Series I
felt that they were very lucky to
be still in the running when that
seventh game came up.
Conversely, I felt there was no force
in the world quite so irresistable as
the Minnesota football team in the
last half against Michigan. The
Cardinals of 1934 will not go down
in history as one of the greatest pro
baseball teams of all time, while I
think, the 1934 Gophers will. In
decades to come football fans will al-
most certainly place Minnesota, 1934,
alongside Notre Dame, 1930, and
Michigan. 1925.
The Chicago Bears? Believe me
that club deserves every bit of recog-
nition it got. When all my memories
of the World Series games at Navin
Field, and of Michigan's worst foot-
ball season have faded into the purple
shadows, I'll remember the football
those Bears played in Detroit Thanks-
giving Day.

team lineup.
The Hilltoppers, under Coach Buck
Reid, have annually presented one
of the strongest teams in the state,
meeting all competition from all
schools.
Two Veterans in Lineup
Coach Reid will start a lineup com-
posed of two veterans and three soph-
emores against the Wolverines, with
Captain Johnny Miller and George
Miller tie veteran guards.,
At center will be Dave Arnold, soph-
cmore star from Kalamazoo, where
he played with Chris Everhardus, a
member of the Michigan squad, on
Kalamazoo Central's state champion-
ship team a few years ago.
Devon Smith, of Delphi, Ind., and
Jerry Neuman, Highland Park, or
Niles Freeland, Dowagiac, all soph-
omores, will start at the other for-
ward.
The Hilltoppers have played three
games, defeating Hope, co-champions
of the M.I.A.A. last year, in the opener,
44-13, and Hamline University of St.
Paul, three-time Minnesota Confer-
ence champions, 40-1.
Against Purdue the Western State
offense blew up in the second period
ats the strain began to show on the
ophomores, to lose the game, 42-28,
calterieading the Boilermakers. 22-17,
at the half.

7

A ten-bout amateur boxing show
to be held tonight at the National
Guard Armory, headlined by a mid-
dleweight match between Elmer Cous-
ineau, '36E, and Tony Rupinski, of
Detroit, will ring down the curtain
on Company K's series of fight cards
until the Golden Gloves tourney in
January.
Cousineau has improved steadily in
his performance here and is rapidly
becoming one of the best 160-pound-
ers in the statewhile Rupinski, long
a favorite with local crowds, can be
expected to furnish a real fight every
time he steps in the ring, and he
promises that tonight will be no ex-j
ception.
Two other bouts in the middle-
weight class, four in the welterweight,
and one each in the featherweight,
batamweight, and heavyweight divis-
ions will make' up the remainder of
the program.
Tonight's show will mark the first
appearance this season of Earl (Buzz
Saw) McCleery, local middleweight,
and late of the CCC, who will tangleI
with Pete Riley of Chelsea.
Both of these boys operate on the
"fight 'till your flat on your back"
system.
Two other University boxers, Walt
Bietila and Walt Singer, will tanglej
with each other in a bantamweight
class bout. Both are freshman. Bie-
tila is also a ski-jumper of national
renown. Singer won his bout on theI
freshman show last week.
Rayfleld Arnold, holder of the
mythical State Street title, will meet
an unknown in Manny Johnson of
Pinckney in another bout that will
undoubtedly be an attraction, while
a fourth University boxer, Jim Hardy,
is matched with Jack Major, local
welter. Hardy is a member of the
freshman boxing class.

Heavenrich and rI-erner in the 135-

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Depend On Speed
S P O R T SWestern wili spend upon its speed
[ to win from the Wolverines as Mich-
.i igan will aeend upon its height to get
The fencing group for women will ccntrol of the ball and force the play
begin actual combat at 4:00 p.m. to- at its own speed. Speed and ball-
day in Waterman Gymnasium. Dir. xkn r xooftewthod i
George A. May is instructing the stu- hawking are two of the watchwords ol
dents. Those who intend to join the the fast-breaking game used by West-
class but have not done so as yet are em Late to brig ball control and
urged to meet today, since the train' permit Western to out-speed its oppo-
ing is progressing rapidly. iieins on the noor and force play at
.t own pate.
The straight elimination tourna- Rapid-fire passing is also a big fac-
tor 1in Lhe success of twe 'v esuern
ment in intramural basketball started
this week with 33 teams scheduled to teams, in orcier gnat full advantageI
play. Six of the teams are in the of scoring opportunities may be taken.
Class B group as a result of the "round Couch Cappon named twelve men to
robin" series held previous to the Make the trip, including Patanelli,
elimination tournament. Ri.eCk, Tamagno. Evans, Ford, Oliver
Six games will be played before the and Meyers besides the starters.
holidays: Collegiate Sorosis vs. Delta The lineups:
Delta Delta, Alpha Chi Omega vs. Michigan Pos. Western State
{ Alpha Xi Delta, Zeta Tau Alpha vs. Joslin...........Fr........ *Neuman
tone 1, Delta GkaIna vs. Mosher Hall, Jablonski ......: F..........Smith
Pii Beta Phi vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma. I Gee. C.......... Arnold
and Gamma Phi Beta vs. Zone 5. Rudness G ..... G. Miller
. - ~Plummer (c) ...G..... J. Miller (c)

"Hail, Brother
what are you doing
1:O down here?"
-r
"Looking for
that bottle of
pr ecious Ann
Arbor Beer
I ost today,"
BOTTLED - ON DRAFT
Ann Arbor Brewery
Phone 3101

who has signed Max Schmeling, the
former world heavyweight champion,
and Steve Hamas, American boxer,
for a 12-round bout in Germany, to-
day said the site and date had not
been decided.

jo- -

I'll

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IBostwick To Start Mate *Or Freeland.
In Santa Anita Handieap
NEW YORK, Dec. 18 -(R)- A. C. Waterman
(Brother) Bostwick, owner and train- ! In Squash Finals
er of his six-year-old handicap star,
Mate, today told the Associated Press
he had decided to start Mate in the Bob Spicer, Grad., and Reubin Wa-
$100,000 Santa Antita Handicap Feb.! terman, '35L, will meet at 5:15 p.m.
23 and would start West with his today at the Intramural Building in
horse Friday. the finals of the all-campus squash
"The weight of 120 pounds assigned tournament. The two have gone
Mate is a bit higher than I had hoped through the elimination rounds with-
for," Bostwick explained, "but I have out defeat and neither is a strong fa-
decided he has a chance to win. "We'll vorite to win today.
leave at 5 o'clock Friday and arrive Intramural officials announced yes-
in California Monday afternoon." terday that the building would be
Bostwick said he had not yet se- opening during Christmas vacation
cured a rider for Mate but that there from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. daily and
was a possibility Steve Donoghue, Sunday, except Christmas day. The
noted English jockey, might ride him. pool will be open from 3 to 5:30 p.m.

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