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SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1935

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

1'dA6E 'T'HREE

SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1935 PAGE THREE

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Swimming

Team Swamps Indiana In First Meet, 57 To 27

Four Big Ten Michigan Cagers PlayGophers In Second Big
Swim Records - -

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Gee Replaced

Wolverines Capture All
First Places; All Sophs
Show Up Well
By GEORGE J. ANDROS
TherWolverine swimming team,
Western Conference and National
Collegiate champions, opened its 1935
season at the Intramural pool last
night by swamping the University of
Indiana, 57 to 27.
Four Conference records were bet-
tered as Coach Matt Mann's swim-
mers took every first place. winning
every event with ease with the excep-
tion-of the 100-yard free style, when
Bob Mowerson and Bob Lawrence of
the Wolverines and Hank Schneider-
man of Indiana staged a blanket fin-
ish, Mowerson winning.
Tex Robertson, veteran junior and
member of the All-America inter-
collegiate swimming team, provided
the feature of the evening when he
negotiated the 440-yard free style in
4 minutes 51 seconds, 10.1 seconds
under the Big Ten record for the
event.
Sophomores Break Records
Another performance almost equal-
ly as sensational was turned in by
Fred Cody, Detroit sophomore, as he
swam the 150-yard back stroke in 1
minute 40.8 seconds.
Cody's time was .8 of a second
better than the Big Ten record of
1:41.6 established by Taylor Drysdale,
present Co-Captain of the Wolverines,
in the Conference meet at Iowa City
last spring.
Another sophomore from Detroit,
Frank Barnard, continued the assault
on Conference standards when he
clipped, .1 of a second from the 220-
yard free style record of ex-Captain
John Schmeiler. Barnard completed
the furlong in 2:17.2.
1,000 Fans Attend
The fourth Big Ten record went by
the boards as the Michigan 400-yard
sprint relay team of Mowerson, Dick
Blake, Chuck Drew and Lawrence
finished over 50 yards ahead of the
Hoosier quartet in 3:42.5, 1.5,seconds
better than the mark set up by the
Wolverine team in the Conference
meet last year.
Coach Mann, for the sake of giv-
ing Indiana more points, used only
one manV in the back stroke, 440-
yard free style, and 220-yard free
style. The meet was held before a
packed house, over 1,000 people at-
tending
Using Lawrence, All-4merica breast
stroke swimmer, in the freestyle,
Coach Mann sent two sophomores,
Bill Crittenden and Ed VanderVelde,
to action in the 150-yard event, A
very close race between the two. re-
sulted, Crittenden winning in the fine
time of 2 minutes 37.9 seconds.
Divers Put On Show
Ben Grady and Frank Fehsenfeld
staged another battle among them-
selves in the diving event. Grady
coming out ahead with 115.15 points.
As an added attraction Derland
Johnston, Ned Diefendorf, Adolph
Ferstenfeld, Varsity men, and Bob
Cheetham, freshman, put on a div-
ing exhibition off the highdboard.
Johnston's display of new dives to
be used in the next Olympics and
Diefendorf's "Coca Cola" dive, illus-
trating "the pause that refreshes,"
featured the "diving circus."
Summaries: 440-yard spring relay
--Won by Michigan (Mowerson, Dick
Blake, Chuck Drew, Lawrence); sec-
ond, Indiana (Bob LaPlante, Dick
MoGaw, Stan Shemaitis, Tom Math-
ers). Time- 3:42.5.
200-yard breast stroke -Won by.
Crittenden (M); second, Vander-
VWlde (M); third, Wyatt Meiers (I).
Time - 2:37.9.
150-yard back stroke - Won by
Cody (M); second, Jim Coon (I);
third, Dick Glassley (I). Time -
1:40.8.
50-yard free style - Won by Ogden
Darymnple (M) ;, second, Schneider-
man (I); third, Drew (M). Time -
24.7.

440-yard free style - Won by Rob-
ertson (M); second Captain Curtis
Curry (1); third, Mathers. Time -
4:51.
100-yard free style - Won by Mow-
erson (M); second, Schneiderman{
(I); third, Lawrence (M). Time -
:55.2.
Diving - Won by Grady (M); sec-
ond, Fehsenfeld (M); third, Paul La-
Hue (.I) 115.15 points.
220-yard free style - Won by Bar- 1
nar d M; second, Coon (I) ; third,.
Curry (D. Time-2:17.3. 150-yard
medley relay-Won by Michigan
(Cody, VanderVelde, Mowerson); sec-
ond, Indiana (Schneiderman, Herb.
Backer, Sam Klezmer). Time-1:23.3.
Captain Plummer Leads
Varsity Five In Scoring
With the first seven games of a
twenty-game schedule played, statis-
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Opener, 6-0
Bad er Offense Stopped
Cold; Jewell Has Only
Seven Saves
(continued from Page 1)
replace Heyliger at center and the
Wolverines continued to carry thet
fight to the tiring Badgers. All three
Michigan forwards were millingr
around the invaders' goal when ChaseE
gained possession of the puck andt
shot from very close in.
Michigan's final goal came after1
Berryman had carried the puckc
through the Badger defense but
missed his shot. In the ensuing melee1
Sherf took the puck while skating di-
rectly away from the goal and shot
it into- the net.I
LINEUPS
Michigan Pos. Wisconsin1
.Jewell .........G.......... Heyer
David .......... RD......... Femal1
MacCollum ......LD.........Mercer1
Heyliger ....... C .......Anderson1
ferryman ...... R W ........ Fallon1
Sherf .......... I W . ........ Gillies
Michigan spares - Courtis, Mc-F
Eachern, Chase.
Wisconsin spares - Vorel, Berry,
Null.<
Referee -- Percy Traub, Detroit.1
First period- Scoring: Sherf 3:22.
Sherf 8:13. Penalties: Heyliger (trip-
ping). Fallon (charging).
Second period - Scoring: none.
Penalties: Fallon (tripping). MacCol-
lum (boarding). Mercer (boarding).
MacCollum (boarding).
Third period -Scoring: Heyliger
3:31. Heyliger (Sherf) 3:28. Chase1
1:04. Sherf 11:12. Penalties: David
(roughing). Mercer (roughing).
21 st Annual IM
Court Season
OpensMonday
Sixty-eight class A fraternity, 32
class B fraternity and 28 independent
teams will compete in the 21st intra-
mural basketball season which be-
gins Monday when eight games will
be played.
All teams have been given oppor-
tunity to play a practice game with
a team outside their own league. The
regular season will consist of three
games played between the four teams
in each league, the winners to enter
the play-offs and the champions to
be decided at the annual Intramural
Open House.
Theta Chi in fraternity class A,
S.A.E. in class B, and the Blue Raid-
ers in the independent class are the
respective defending teams, and are
expectedrto make strong bids to re-
tain their titles.
Pick All-Star Team
A new method for selecting the All-
Star basketball team, picked annual-
ly from the outstanding court per-
formers of the season, was also re-
cently announced. Officials will note1
the best players in each game and1
deposit slips for them in a box. At
the conclusion of the season those
men with the most "credit" slips will
be awarded All-Star certificates.
All competing players must present
health cards before becoming eligible
for competition.
Other basketball teams, says Di-1
rector Riskey, are grouped into sucht
leagues as the Union, the Hillel, and#
the church leagues, making the in-
tramural basketball program one of;
the largest in the country.
Alumni Of Knox College
Hold 'Victory' Banquetr

kDUST
*-By ART CARSTENS-
MUTTERINGS: Cedric Sweet,
around whom Coach Kipke hopes to
build a backfield next fall, doesn't
think he is fast enough after seeing t
a large number of opposing, ball. car-
riers go rapidly away from him last
season. He is working out with Hoyt'sf
track team to develop more speed.
Jay Berwanger showed the huskyE
halfback a pair of flying heels at Chi-
cago in October.1
Although Coach Franklin Cappon
has an apparent wealth of materialr
this year he has finally decided to1
stick to use of the veterans who lost1
eight out of twelve Conference gamesE
last year. Captain Ted Petoskey has1
been lost by graduation, but John
Jablonski, Al Plummer, George Rud-
ness, and Dick Joslin are back and
playing regularly. Jablonski has1
been moved from center to forward
to make room for Matt Patanelli,
and Plummer has been moved from
a forward to guard.
What might have been a brilliant
athletic career for George Ford,s
basketball and baseball star, has
turned into a series of disappoint-
ments, brought on by injuries. As a
result of the ability he displayed in
both sports on the freshman teams,1
he seemed assured of Varsity berths
the following year. Sickness, and in-
jury forced him to the bench during
most of the basketball season last
year, but the crowning blow came in
the form of a broken ankle two weeks
before the baseball team went East
on a seven-game training trip. He
was out for the entire baseball sea-
son.
To top it off, an injury to his knee
on the day before the cage team left
on its recent Eastern trip, prevented
him from going, and may spoil his
opportunity of ever clinching a Var-
sity cage position, as this is his last
year.
The Townsend brothers, Earl and
John, who are the class of the fresh-
men cagers, would be valuable addi-
tions to Coach Cappon's Varsity, this
season. John was All-State center
in Indiana last year while Earl
starred for two years at DePauw Uni-
versity in Indiana before coming here.
In scrimmage against the Varsity,
John has proven himself to be the
ideal man for the pivot post. He
handles the ball with dexterity which
few possess, is a clever passer, and has
a good one-handed shot. Earl has
been hampered by a leg injury, but
in the few exhibitions he's put on, he
demonstrated why DePauw was so
sorry to lose him.
Coach Harry Kipke took his annual
mid-winter workout Thursday when
he refereed the Varsity basketball
scrimmage. Obesity and two months
of idleness coupled with the strenuous
exertion involved in officiating found
the football mentor puffing hard at
the finish.
Perry Meets Jack
Crawford In Fials

At Center By
MattPatanelli
Minnesota Quintet In Firstj
Big Ten Game; Tomag-1
no, Jablonski Forwards
Ten members of the Varsity cage
team, with Coach Franklin Cappon
and Manager Laurence Smith left
yesterday on the first road trip of
the Conference season. The Wolv-
erines will meet Minnesota at Minne-
apolis tonight and Wisconsin at
Madison Monday night.
The squad named for the trip by
Cappon includes Jablonski, Tomag-
no, Joslin and Teitelbaum, forwards;
Patanelli and Gee, centers; Captain
Plummer, Rudness, Evans and Mey-
ers, guards.
Another change in the starting
lineup which Cappon will use against
the Gophers tonight was announced
yesterday as Matt Patanelli was re-
turned to center, with John Jablon-
ski shifting to a forward and Dick
Joslin leaving the lineup.
Joslin Displaced
Despite his superior offensive
strength, Joslin will be displaced on
defensive grounds, according to Cap-
pon, although the veteran will be
practically certain of seeing action.
Tonight's game will be a test for
the Wolverine cagers, highly touted
in pre-Conference competition but
badly outclassed in their Big Ten
opener against Ohio State, and will
be the first Conference engagement

Crippled Mat Sq uad Journeys,
To Lansing For Opener Today
A crippled, inexperienced Michigan The Wolverines were heartenedj
wrestling team will invade Lansing yesterday when it was learned that
today in an attempt to open its 1935 Capt. Jack Harrod will be able to start
season with a victory over Michigan in the meet this afternoon. This will'
State. Although dogged by hard enable Wally Heavenrich to wrestle+
luck in the form of injuries at every in the 135-pound class in place ofJ
turn, the Keenmen have heard plenty Seymour Rubin, letterman, who will
about the traditions of Michigan be out because of a leg injury sufferedj
teams of the past which have faced in practice last week. Paul Bremer
similar seemingly unsurmountable who. is Rubin's first understudy hurt,
obstables, and still come home trium- his elbow Thursday and will not see;
phant, and they are determined not action for at least a week.'
to be an exception to the rule. Chuck Brooks also returned to ac-
The Green and White team of tive duty and will start in the 118-,
Michigan State has experience in its pound division. Alan Rubin will
favor. Every man on the team but wrestle at 126-pounds and Wally
one is a veteran of former matches Heavenrich will be the 135-pound
against the Wolverines. Last year grappler. Capt. Harrod, the only
Michigan nosed out the up-staters veteran in the starting lineup will be
twice and the Spartans will be seek- Michigan's 145-pound entry.
ing revenge. Louis Mascuruskus will start his
first Varsity meet in the 155-pound
division and Frank Bissel will grap-
1X0 M E 5 ple at 165-pounds against the Lan-
sing team. Abe Levine will wear the
S Maize and Blue in the 175-pound,
class while Harry (Tiny) Wright will
use his 230 pounds in the unlimited
Old man winter is trying very hard weight class.
to make an appearance in Ann Arbor.!
As soon as there is a good snowfall JACKSON WINS, 15 - 13
the W.A.A. will inaugurate a new The Ann Arbor High School quin-
policy of weekly tobogganing parties. tet was defeated by the Jackson five
They will leave at 2 p.m. Saturday by a 15 to 13 score at the Yost Field
from the W.A.A. building. Skiis and House last night. The leadership of
toboggans may be rented at a mini- the Five A League depended upon
mum cost. Following the outdoorgn
party refreshments will be served at the outcome of this game, the victory
Palmer Field House. Definite infor- putting the Jackson team into un-
mation concerning-the party may be disputed first place.
obtained by calling the field house. _ _--Te l a in f4
The rifle range is open from 4 to DA C
6 p.m. daily. Captain R. E. Hardy a -
is there for instruction on Tuesday A
and Thursday afternoons and MissA
Virginia Peasely assisted by Patricia ,
Woodward, '35, is in charge on the'TONIGHT
other days. - O IH
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in all fields of sport as soon as pos-' I Men 40c Ladies 25c
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Rockne System On
Road To Recovery
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Jan. 11--(P)
- Alabama's stinging defeat of Stan-
ford in the Rose Bowl classic was re-
ceived with glee on the Notre Dame
campus where Frank Thomas, 'Bama
coach, learned his football from the
late Knute Rockne.
For the time being, at least, it
helped settle arguments over the
merits of the Rockne system in mod-
ern football warfare. That is, as far
as the folks hereabouts are concerned,
Fifteen Notre Dame-coached teams
rolled up 2,329 points against 825 for
opponents.
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The Gophers, however, have estab-
lished an imposing early-season rec-
ord with six wins in seven games, in-
cluding a 30-28 win from Notre Dame
and a victory over Hamline, Minne-
i sota state champions.
soThe lone Minnesota defeat was
at the hands of Nebraska in a pre-
holiday game at Lincoln.
Boast Three Veterans
The Gophers will present a lineup
which will include three veterans,
Roscoe, a member of the Minnesota
grid team, at a forward, Norman, who
was third in the Conference scoring
last year, at center, and Eiken at a
guard.
The Minnesota offense is modeled
1 closely upon the lines of the offense
used by Western State Teachers Col-
lege, according to Bennie Oosterbaan,
who has scouted the Gophers, featur-
ing the long pass to forwards on a
quick break down the floor.
F Although Wisconsin is pictured as
no easy opponent, Coach Cappon has
S made no secret of the fact that a vic-
tory over the Badgers is his aim. The
Badger five has set the Conference
race in a jumble after downing
Northwestern, top title contenders,
16 to 9, after losing to Purdue, 19
to 18.
t Yesterday's final drill was devoted
F largely to defensive practice against
the Wisconsin play.
Probable lineups tonight:
Michigan Minnesota
Jablonski F ......Kupperberg
Tamagno......F.........Roscoe
Patanelli .......C.......... Norman
Plummer ...... G ........... Eiken
Rudness.......G..........Stelzer
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MELBOURNE, Jan. 11.- - For the first time in 14
Fred Perry demonstrated he had re- Ray Fisher, varsity baseball c
turned to top tennis form today when is ill. An attack of influen
he defeated Vivian McGrath, of Aus- him ol his back yesterday, b
tralia, 6-2. 6-3, 6-1, in the semi-final is expected to be up again in,
round of the Australian men's chain- is at te ost.
pionship. days at the most.
Perry will defend his title against HOOSIERS NAME PILO]
Jack Cra.wferd, the Australian ace,
in the final. Crawford, former holder BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Jan
of the title, defeated Adrian Quist, a (/P)- Willard Kehrt and Roberi
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semi-final. Indiana University basketball
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