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TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1935

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Baseball Team

To

Play

Eight Games In South This Spring

1935's Training1
Trip Is Stiffest'
Ever Arranged
Varsity To Meet Virginia,
Duke, Navy, Maryland-
AllAmong South's Best
In keeping with his spring training
policy, Coach Ray Fisher has arranged
;n eight-game schedule with South-
ern and Ohio universities for his Wol-
verine baseball team to be played
during spring vacation. Single games
with Marshall College, North Caro-
lina, Duke, Virginia, Navy, Oberlin,
and two games with Maryland are on
the schedule.
A ninth game with Washington and
Lee is pending, but in the event that it
doesn't materialize, Fisher will at-
tempt to card another contest along
the route to give his charges nine
games in 11 days. The Michigan igen-
tor, a big leaguer of 15 years ago,
believes that the best manner for a
ball team to improve is to play ball.
According to Fisher, the coming trip
will be the best ever attempted by a
Michigan nine, for numbered among
the opponents are several of the
strongest baseball schools in the coun-
Coach Ray Fisher has issued aj
call for all batterymen who want
to begin limbering up, to report to
him in the Field House between
1:30 and 3:30 p.m., immediately.
Practice will begin officially at the
start of next semester.I
try. Duke university has a formidable
nine perennially. The New York Yan-
kees signed Bob Murphy, Duke's star
southpaw last year, and he made good
at once. Navy, Maryland, and Virginia
also rate prominently in college base-
ball circles.
Aside from the high grade competi-
tion. the Wolverines will be afforded a
bit of education outside of books, for
the jaunt will take them approxi-
rmat cly 2.200 miles through six states
wilth a three-day stop in the vicinity
of Washington, enabling them to view
the nation's capitol at a time when
Congress will be in session.
With the exception of Oberlin and
Nav y, Michigan athletic teams have
never met the other schools on the
schedule.
Travel By Auto
Members of the squad will leave
April 4 in three automobiles, and head
south for Huntington, W. Va., where
they will open the season with Mar-
shall College April 5. Coach Fisher has
planned the trip in such a manner,
that with one exception, there are no
long journeys between games.
A spring training trip is no inno-
vation*here, for until 1930, Michigan
nines made an annual Eastern train-
ing tour. Last year, after a curtail-
ment of athletic expenditures had
forced a four-year lapse of spring
training trips, the Wolverines again
resumed their habitual spring trin

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STA R DUST

By ART
CARS'TE NS

Ann Arbor, Michigan!
December 2, 19341
Mr. Bob Kiphuth
Varcity Swimming Coach
Yale University(
New Haven. Conn.
Dear Bob:
.I am deeply grieved to learn that I
Director Farmer, your graduate man-
agcr and yourself have been unable to
find an open date on your swimming:
schedule in which to meet my boys.;
Some of the people in Ann Arbor have
even gone so far as to intimate that
you are afraid of having your record
of 122 straight dual meet victories
broken. Of course you must remember,
Bob, that the folks out here are very
plain-spoken over such things any-;
way, and they can't possibly realize
the flurry of social engagements that
keeps your squad busy every week-
end this winter.
Oh well, we'll be seeing you in the
Nationals. Remember last year?
Humbly,
MATT MANN.
New Haven, Conn.
December 14, 1934,
Mr. Matt Mann
Varsity Swimming Coach
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Dear Matt:
Aren't you ever satisfied, Napoleon?
Be content, 'Yale is king of the con-
niered East and Michigan rules the
West.'
Contentedly,
BOB KIPHUTH.
Ann Arbor, Michigan
December 23, 1934
Mr. Bob Kiphuth
Varsity Swimming Coach
Yale University
New Haven, Conn.
Dear Bob:

Thy scored the highest point total
ever recorded in a Big Ten meet inj
1.931 with 57 and the next highest
total, 49, in 1927. The 1928 team col-
lected 37 points in the National Col-j
legiates to set the existing record and
were runners-up 'to themselves with
34 points in 1932.
Michigan has won the 220-yard free.
style event in the annual Big Ten
meet for eight consecutive years --
Samson, '26, '27; Ault, '28, '29, '30;
Kennedy, '31; and Cristy, '32, '33, and
'34.
Of nine recognized Big Ten records
Michigan holds six. Wolverine relay
teams hold the 300-yard medley and
200 free-style records. J o h n n y
Schmieler, 1933 captain, set the exist-
ing times in the 220 free-style and
the 200-yard breaststroke. Taylor
Drysdale chalked up the existing
mark for the 150-yard backstroke two
years ago and Cristy holds the 440
record.
The sport staff finds itself in need
of a female assistant, sophomore pre-I
ferably, who will write women's sports
and may some day attain the dignity
now enjoyed by Marjorie K. Western.
If you have read through the column
to this point you are qualified for the
job. Apply at Publications Building
any afternoon this week.
Varsity Cagers
Bow To O.S.U
In Overtime
(Continued from Pave 1)
the lead which an infuriated Wolver-
ine attack could not overcome.
Michigan took the lead early in

Varsity Six To
Rest Following
Vacation Drills
Light Workouts Orderedj
As Team Prepares For
Wisconsin Sextet
Michigan's hockey squad had only
a few brief days of vacation during;
the holiday season,,returning imme-
diately after Christmas for a series ofl
daily practice sessions, culminating
in a. practice game against Wayne
University at the Coliseum Saturday
night.
With only tworof the regulars, Don
MacCollum and Larry David, the de-
fensemen, missing from the lineup,
Coach Eddie Lowrey and Gib James
teamed up in their places to com-
plete the Wolverine sextet.
The game against the Wayne outfit
was a Roman carnival for the Mich-
igan players. With Captain Johnny
Sheri, Vic Heyliger and Dick Berry-
man in the forward line most of the
time, and Captain Johnny Jewell
guarding the net, the score was 11 to
0 by the end of the evening.
Goalies Change Nets
Jewell managed the situation in the
Michigan net while the first seven
goals were scored on the Wayne
pucksters, having to make no saves at
his own goal during that time. Then
ne shifted to the other net, playing
against his teammates for the re-
mainder of the conflict.
With the opening of the Big Ten
hockey campaign confronting them
in the shape of the hockey team from
Wisconsin this week-end, Coach Low-
rey has decided to give his squad
members a relatively light week of
practice. Intensive drills were sched-
uled for last night and Wednesday,
Big Ten Standings

EVENTS OF THE WEEK
Basketball
Saturday --University of Min-
n.esota at Miineapolis.
Hockey
Friday, 8:30 p.m.-University
of Wisconsin at the Coliseum.
Saturday, 8:00 p.m.-Univer-
sity of Wisconsin at the Coliseum.
Swimming
Friday, 7:30 p.m.-Indiana
University at the Intramural pool.
Wrestling
Saturday - Michigan State Col-l
lege at East Lansing.
with very light workouts on Tuesday!
and Thursday before the first BadgerI
encounter Friday at the Coliseum.
Coach Lowrey is not entirely satis-
fied with the results of the training
period which the pucksters have just!
completed. They have not done a
great deal more than just keep them-
selves in condition, he says. A good
passing attack, which he has hoped
to develop, has not been rounded off
smoothly as yet.

Armour Is Winnert
Of MiamiTourney
MIAMI, Fla., Jan. 7 -(UP)-Tommy
Armour, Chicago pro, won the $2,500
Miami Open Golf tournament, of
which $500 was top money, here to-
day with a 72-hole score of 281. He
shot a 72 on his final round.
Armour had led the field at the 54-
hole mark with a 219 total, carding
a par 70 on his third round. -
The Black Scot, who topped the
field at th'e end of play yesterday,
was out in 34 in his third round
and back in a bogey 36.
Winter Means a Heavy Coat.
Have Last Year's Altered
and Cleaned at
John's Toilor Shop
"Ann Arbor's Popular Tailor"
609 Packard

I-M ENTRIES OPEN
Entries for five intramural
singles tournaments are being
takenthis week, I-M officialsan-
nounced yesterday. The tourna-
ments are: handball, bowling, in-
door tennis, badminton, and code-
ball.
Play in the tournaments will
begin Monday, January 14, with
the exception of indoor tennis,
competition in which will begin
Saturday, January 12. All matches
will be held in the Intramural
Building except those in bowling,
which will be held in the Union.

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Why be a piker? Let's shoot the the game and ran up a total lead of
works to see who's champion of the 11 to 1 in eight minutes, before Coach
United Sta tes! Cappon began to replace his starters,
Gambler, and the Buckeyes began to work up
MATT MANN. to make the score 15-10 at the half,
with Michigan leading.
New Haven, Conn. In fifteen minutes of the second
December 28, 1934 f half, Michigan could collect but two
Mr. Matt Mann points, on a field goal from the cor-
Varsity Swimming Coach ner by Jablonski, while Ohio State
'Jniversity of Michigan was building up a lead of 23 to 17.
Ann Arbor, Michigan The Wolverine failed to show the,
Dear Matt: same form which was displayed in:
No can do, sorry. A winning coach winning six of seven pre-Conference
always eats, season games, including two of three
Contentedly, on their eastern trip. John-Gee, the
BOB KIPRUTH. elongated center, appeared as the
key in the Michigan collapse as he
Bob Kiphuth knows, but maybe failed to control the tip-off or show
you didn't that Michigan this year the floor game of which he had given
has one of the "hottest" swimming potentialities.
teams in history. And history reveals The Buckeye victory came as re-
these facts about Michigan teams: venge for two defeats 'at the hands
---~- -~of the Wolverines last year, two of
the four wins which Michigan regis-
Mat Team To Face tered in Conference competition.

Iowa ...............2
Indiana .............1
Wisconsin ..........1
Purdue .............1
Illinois .............1
Ohio State.........1
Northwestern .......0
MICHIGAN ,........0
Chicago ............0
Minnesota ..........0

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Discount on

Spartans Saturdayl

playing a five-game schedule in the(
East. / Coach Cliff Keen is putting the
The schedule follows: wrestling team through its paces at
April 5 Marshall College. the Intramural Building in prepara-
April 6 Washington and Lee. tion for its first meet, Saturday
April 8 Univ. of North Carolina. against Michigan Sate at East Lan-
April 9 Duke University. sing.,
April 10 University of Virginia. At the present time, only three po-
April 11 University of Maryland. sitions are cinched. Chuck Brooks has,
April 12 University of Maryland. :he call at 118 pounds since Ed Kell-
April 13 Navy. man, the All-Campus winner, will not
April 15 Oberlin College. be able to make the weight. Captainj
Jack Harrod is a certainty in the
COACH'S LUCK-A GIRL 145-pound class as is Harry "Tiny"
Wrestling Coach Cliff Keen is Wright in the unlimited weight di-
the father of a baby girl born vision.
Sunday, it was learned yesterday. II the other weights the first Var-
This is Keen's second daughter, sity positions are still doubtful. Allan
both of whom were born during his Rubin and Ed Kellman will fight it
coaching regime at Michigan. ' out at 126 pounds. In the 135-pound
class Seymour Rubin, Wally Heaven-
r ich, and Paul Bremer, and at 1551
Amateur Rule May Cause pounds,Lee Shaw, Frank Bissel, if he
Bisons To Quit League does not compete in the next weight
class, and Louis Mascuruskus all have'
BUFFALO, N. Y., Jan. 7-,(P)-- I fBissel does not compete in the]
Frank B. Baird, Jr., president of the 155-pound division, he will have the
Buffalo Club of the International call in the 165-pound class.
Hockey League, threatened today to ---- -
withdraw his team from the loop at
the close of the season and form a
new circuit next year unless the "fool-
ish amateur rule" is repealed.
This rule specifies each club mustIL
carry two players serving their firstT
year in professional hockey, three I
others of not more than three years
pro experience and nine veterans of
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BOX SCORE
EDITOR'S NOTE: A new column is
included in this box score, shots at-
tempted from the floor (A). The other
columns are (G) field goals, (F) free
throws, and PF personal fouls.)

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Michigan (30)
Joslin, f ........
Jablonski, f ....
Tomagno, f.
Gee, c ........
Patanelli, c ......
Plummer, g .... .
Evans, g ........
Budness, g ......
Jennings, g ......
Totals ........
Ohio State (33)
Laybourne, f ....
Whitlinger, f ...
Smith, f .......
Wilson, f ......
Busich, c......
Thomas, c.
Beitrer, g.....
Dye, g .........

FG FT PF A
........ 2 2 0 16
........ 4 0 2 10
1 1 1 81
1 1 1 4
0 0 0 3'
....... 2 0 3 9=
2 0 1 3
.. .1 1 2 5!
0 0 0 1
.13 5 10 59
FG FT PF AE
4 2 1 181
.. .. . .. 0 1 0 21
102 8
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