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Teams Open Big Ten Seasons


Pucksters To
Renew Rivalry
Wolverines Are Expected
To Show Improvement
In Offensive Play
A rejuvenated Michigan puck team
will face the Wisconsin sextet in the
opening game of the Big Ten hockey
season at the Coliseum tonight at
8:30 p.m. It will mark the renewal
of. a traditional rivalry, since it is
the forty-sixth meeting of the two,
Michigan will have a much-im-
proved offense to show to the in-'
vaders tonight. After an intensive
training period extending through the
Christmas holidays, the forwards
have had a light week of drill, and
according to Coach Eddie Lowrey,
mentor of the team, are much better
than they were before vacation.
Since, very little is known of the
Badgers beyond the fact that they
have won five games so far this sea-
son, the Wolverines will pursue a
policy of waiting for breaks. They
will not attempt to rush the Wisconsin
goal, the method which has been em-
ployed against the Canadian invaders
in the preceding encounters.
The Michigan starting lineup will
remain unchanged in the first Wis-
consin contest. Co-captain John
Jewell will be in his usual position
guarding the Michigan net, Larry
David and Don MacCollum will be
the defensemen, Vic Heyliger will
play the pivot post, and co-captain
Johnny Sherf and Dick Berryman
will start as wings.
There is a possibility that Bill
Chase, one of the spares who has not
seen action so far this season, may
break into the lineup before the series
is over. Coach Lowrey cited the im-
provement Chase has made during
practice, and may replace Heyliger at
center, giving the forwards a much-
needed relief man.
The team will appear tonight in the
new uniforms which were ordered
some time ago. It is the .first time
in some years that the pucksters have
had new outfits.
Michigan Lineups Wisconsin
Jewell .........G ...........Heyer
David .........RD....... Gillies
MacCollum.. L........ .. femal
Heyliger ....... C.... .....Mercer
Berryman Berry
Sherf .........LW........Fallon
Referee - Percy Trabu, Detroit.
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Harry Newman, formerly the
star quarterback at the Univer-

Swimmers Will *-
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With HdA 1A



Injuries Strike
Wrestlers, Dim
Ho e Far Win





sity of micigan and now a memVV1- ovs.1Jers U.. _-_-_j- -,ll' L 1,i TT jaiV
ber of the National Professional _;-
oatball champions, the New York ECENTLY Mr. Eddie Lowrey, part- puck down the ice several times but it pours down
Giants, was in Ann Arbor yester- Four National Champions .Vas always smeared by the Wayne de-,
day time promoter of the Univer- ayin the wrestling room at the Intra-
Newman, who suffered a serious Will Give Exhibition Of sity's ice skatinr racket, bewailed the red . mural Building where Michigan's
slrtin rake. bwaied he Finally Jewell shouted to them.!
rib injury during the final part of Diving Along With Met absence of paying customers from his "Let the little guy through next time." Varsity grapplers practice. On top of
the 1934 season, stated that this Coliseum. Business has picked up a Lowrey was credited with one goal, the news that Seymour Rubin. 135-
season game to be played between Michigan's Varsity swimming team, little since then, but he may still unassisted. round letterman would be out of the
seashncg o Besad te n National Collegiate and Western Con- te bhle to use this idea that has been: Michigan State meet Saturday with a
the Chicago Bears and the Giants Iference champions, will open the 1935 adpted at the University of Toronto: Harry Volk, writing in a "Neutral
nat. near future on the Pacific Big Ten tank schedule and its own A group of juniors and seniors, both Cornef" of the Ohio State Lantern, Oet mury,
Coast. season as it meets the University of men and women. have been chosen says: "The basketball team has jus- that Captain Harrod, Michigan's only
Indiana at 7:30 p.m. tonight in the I from the ushers at the rink to act as tified the time and effort expended by other letterman hurt his knee and
Ten Car rs To Intramural pool. frhe Students' Introduction Commit- Coach Olsen. The Buck basketeers probably will not be able to compete
( ' R erS oAa pcaatrcinfurfmrte defeated Michigan, 33 to 30, in an aganst the Spartans.
National Junior A.A.U. diving cham- These lads and lassies act much like overtime game. That alone, beating Besides all this hard luck, Paul
iions, Ned Diefendorf. Frank Fehsen- the hostesses do at summer school Michigan, is justificaton for the Bremer, Rubin's substitute suffered
) feld. Derland Johnston, and Ben dances in Ann Arbor. If an individual maeae of gan aty." An Wlly inrile Happling with
Ma e " Grady, together with Adolph Fersten- of either sex sees someone of the the Michigan Atethc As- Waly Heavenrich,Harrod's usti-
B a e r r 1 fold, will give a diving exhibition off opposite sex whom he would like t Wolverine Society'for the Alleviation be lost to the Wolverines. If Breme
the high board. All of the above men skate with, he gets one of the commit- of Old Injuries or Pollyanna Sun- cannot go to Lansing, Coach Keen
are members of the Michigan Varsity tee members to introduce him. 'Tis' hindInj said that eavenrich would probably
Iadteyawyscm;bcs hine, Inc.sadtaHevnihwudpobl
Coach Franklin Cappon and a suad. said they always come back --to-wrestle at 135-pounds and a strenu-
squad of ten Varsity cagers will leave Coach Matt Mann is eagerly await- gether. ous effort would be made to get one
this afternoon on the first road trip ing tonight's encounter as a chance 1Younsters Considered cf the all too few substitutes ready
of the 'Conference season, meeting to see in action against competition: Another suggestion we might make F ofight at Harrod's weight.
Minnesota at Minneapolis tomorrow what he expects to be the best in a for getting more men to use the Coli- orDavisCupTeam thts at seems probable that Mich-
night and Wisconsin at Madison Mon- long line of championship Wolverine eu's skating facilities is that Var- AMDEN N. J., Jan. 10 -W igan will send an entirely inexperi-
day. swimming teams. sity hockey players who are employed Gibbons, of the Davis Cup commit-
The two games will present a strong Although it is not Coach Mann's as bouncers during the open skating tee, says "three youngsters" in amand
test for the Wolverines, defeated in usual habit to have his swimmers go periods be required to just "bounce." teur tennis are being considered for White team which has only lost one
their first Conference game with efter records in early season meets, F As it is, a fellow who doesn't skate the Davis Cup team that will repre- Abe Levine as the man who will start
Ohio State Monday. Wisconsin has he has promised that Tex Robertson looks like a fish as he pushes him- sent the United States this year. in the 175-pound division, every man
already scrambled the Big Ten race. and Frank Barnard will "shoot the self slowly around the oval in con- Gibbons told the League of West in the
'hey, with Purdue, were favored for works" in the 440 and 220-yard free- trat with thehockey players who Jersey Field Clubs last night that te starting lineup is in his second
,le rcstngt ld ail athm year on campus and hasn't competed
the title. The Gophers will open their yle races to night. l If he ad ho pes of doing a little Frank Parker, Gene Mako and Don- for a single minute in a Varsity meet.
repeat. The Gophers wil open their Admission for toight's meet will p ad Budge are tentatively included ----
Conference schedule against Mich- be 25 cents with student coupon books social skating with a lithe town-girl or in his list. now ranked No. 1 nationally; John
igan. andnforty cents without. supple co-ed, all such hopes are ban- The other tentative nominees, he Van Ryn, of Philadelphia, and Sydney
WlSeetMnTayEntries for both teams by events fished when he sees the girl swooping sade With er nais on ehe e an Ro od hldlhi nSde
Will Select Men Today are as follows: 400-yard sprint relay: lightly about the rink' in rhythmic, said, are Wilmer Allison, the Texan Wood.
Cappon will announce thepesn (M) Bob Mowerson, Ogden Dal- hand-holding unison with a hockey
nel of the squad which will make ple Bob Larence,DkBlake playerbouncer.
the trip following practice today, ypeBoLarnDik lkpae-buc.
shrth eifoeleing.prt dyand Co-Captain Bob Renner; (I) Tom We say bench the bouncers and give
shortly before leaving. IMathers, Bob LaPlante, Al Milner, us amateurs a chance.
Further juggling of the lineup for Jim Coon, Sam Klezmer, and Hank And of course, if there are more
the games was promised yesterday Schneiderman; 200-yard breaststroke: men skaters there are bound to be
by Cappon, who announced that the (M) Lawrence and Bill Crittenden; more women -it's a law of nature.
probable starters would include John (), Herb Backer, Coon, and Bill * * *
Jablonski at center, Dick Joslin and Murphy. While on the subject of skating,
Chelso Tomagno at the forwards, and 150-yard backstroke (M) Fred this hockey story is appropriate: The
Captain Al Plummer and George Rud- Cody, Bill Boice, and Mowerson; (), Wolverine team was playing Wayne
ness at the guards. Bill Lucas, Bill Davis, Al Highlay, University last Saturday in a prac-
Scrimmaging against a freshman and Dick Glassley; 50 and 100-yard tice game, and after running up a
squad yesterday, however, that line- free-style: (M), Co-Captain Renner, dozen goals the teams decided toM
up appeared at a disadvantage as the Dalrymple, Lawrence, and Osgood; change goalies for the rest of the
frosh rolled up a lead of 11 to 2 be- (I), Schneiderman, Klezmer, Milner, game, so Johnny Jewell went into
fore replacements on the Varsity and Mathers; 200 and 440-yard free- the Wayne nets.
squad began to cut down the yearling style: (M), Robertson and Barnard; Coach Lowrey, playing at a defense
lead. I), Captain Curry Curtis, Coon' position for Michigan, brought the
Re-entering the scrimmage later Mathers, and Stan Shemaitis; Diving:
the first team reversed its form to (M), Fehsenfeld and Grady; (I),
hold down, the frosh scoring while it Geor ge Kedrovsky and Bill LaHue;
piled up a sizeable score. 300-yard medley relay: (M), Cody,
Speed May Replace Height Lawrence, Mowerson; (I, Lucas, Da- iL O N
John Gee, displaced at center fol- vid, Klezmer, and Schneiderman.
lowing the Buckeye game, was sent S__PFORME__*
into the scrimmage to replace Joslin, I
with Jablonski moving to a forward, SH19oEONM'nWlh
and scored several times on his fav- -W O M E N 'S
orite southpaw shot, stepping out S P 0 R 1T S TUXERO Snd
from pivot. 0 T liM rI
ij Ji1 ~ ~aiii V~Plummer was replaced in the lineup (__FULL___DRESS__________

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by jcK Evans, as ratanew , ieye s,
Teitelbaum, and Rieck saw action
with the first-string lineup at inter-
Alterations in the lineup will be
made according to needs, said Cap-
pon, intimating that the height which
has characterized the Wolverine of-
fense since early season might be re-
placed by his smaller "speedsters."
Failure of Matt Patanelli, who re-
placed Gee at center following the
Ohio State game, to develop as a
scoring threat resulted in the dis-
placement of the sophomore star, ac-
cording to Cappon. Patanelli has
scored but four field goals in five
games, including three against Buf-
falo on the team's eastern tour.
Minnesota has won six of seven
games, including a 30-28 win over
Notre Dame, losing to Nebraska at
Lincoln by a 26-24 score. Norman,
third high-point man in the Big Ten
last year, leads.the Gopher attack at

All members of the freshman
swimming squad are to be at the
Intramural pool at 3:30 this after-
Matt Mann.

The first W.A.A. Intramural bowl-'
ing tournament is under way with a
list of twenty teams representing all
the prominent houses on campus. The
list of competing teams is posted in
the W.A.A. building and the first
round must be completed before Jan-
uary 17. This is the first year that
the tourney has been on this basis,
as heretofore scoring was based on
individual showing. The alleys are
open daily both afternoons and eve-
The basketball tournament is near-
ing its close. In the A tournament'
Zone VIII has reached the quarter-
finals. The other bracket has not been
finished. In the B tournament Alpha .
Omicron Pi will play the winner of
the Kappa Delta vs. Alpha Xi Delta'
match for the championship. Miss
Marie Hartwig has requested that the
house managers play off their games
as soon as notified, as the tournament
is to be finished before the end of the
Badminton is the other indoor
tournament now in full swing. The
rounds are to be played off in suc-
cession as soon as possible. CourtsI
are open for play from 4 to 6 p.m.
Monday and from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednes-
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