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i V. ti 1 l i! l1 1 t.I i

Vatmen Open Big Ten Season With Victory Over Purple,


Malcolm Campbell To ry For New Speed Record









Women's Swim
Club Wins Ove
U. High Scho


WE SEE BY THE PAPERS where are athletes shall receive no more and
another collea'e asscciatien has ro less consideration than any o hc Elizabeth Howard Takes
-crdcmned subsidivation of athletes group of students." Most noble re- T oFi Pl e I 11
n a high-sounding resolutinn. Thrile solves, are they not?Two FrstPlcesI 'l-
c nmittee on recruitina o the As- Can't you imagine Professor Blake,
eciation of American Colleges held who teaches Greek here, receiving this The University Women's Swimming
meeting in Atlanta Friday and letter: ThCh Unidersitd WhmeUisersimyHgh
°;hile. "condemning certain practices Da Pro .: Club defeated the University HiGh
egarding the treatment of athletes" There's a kid vn here in a little School swimmingate 41 to !G
a sy carefully refrained from making mining town who can rattle off more terday morning at the Union Pc,).
tnmy specific charges. Greek than Aeschylus, Sophocles and Following the meet a water polo game
In fact the minutes of the meeting Euripides, and I'm sure he'll be a big was played between two teams con-
necifically denied any such attempt,. a et to Michigan. The trouble is, this pcsed of members o. c oh t U1X -
ty'ng, "We have no desire to fix the kid is kinda poverty-stricken. If you
,lame for the present deplorable sit- could arrange a board job for him versity and the Hiah Schol s:u rss.
ation in the recruiting of athletes and get the Greek department to give ndividual scoring honors QO to E-
and their subsidization, nor do we in- him five bucks a week for spending-J abeth Howard, '36Ed., who scoed ten
end to go on a muck-raking expedi- money I think maybe the Alumni As- points. Mabel Howard, '37, and
Ion to discover individual offenders sociation here could fix him up with ginia Brigham of the High &' a y
against the idea we have announced." a scholarship. He is seriously consid- were tied for second place with six
One might be justifiably puzzled ering an offer from Illinois right now points each.
n trying to figure out how the com- but under those conditions I think This was the first of sevezal nee s
mittee had discovered the existence we'd have a good chance of getting which have been scheduled. Ir Fe0-
of the "present deplorable situation" him. ruaiy, Michiga State ~illi be mc
without doing a little "muck-raking." -AN ALUMNUS and on March 2, Ypsilanti Nor_,l
And in conclusion we, the recruiting P.S.- don't know how his grades College. The annual Intnamiuiral Io
committee of the Association of Amer-1 are. will be held March 23 at thLe Unie
ican Colleges resolve (in our best Maybe the Greek department never Pool. The Intercollegiate Telegrapi
platform manner and with appro- Maybe lterek dhartmnthevri meet is to be run off March 30.
priategetrs "that gtdns h ot a. letter like that, but the various Asmayo etra' etfl
gestures) students who athletic coaches get plenty of them A summary of yesterday's meet fo
every year. los:
e , , 40-yard breast stroke, E. Howard,
'36Ed first; M. Howard. '37. second;
,UT, ALL RUMORS to the contrary, Ehe'HStid.Tm -:54
*the coaches cannot, if they want Ehlers, H.S., third. Time - :35.4.
hathng aotit if ahmy w*nt 40-yard free style: Gillespie, '35Ed.,
[ e o H r to, do anything about it. I am beingfis.Ls,'5Ese
S. -- --_NHarm-- - - - first. Lisle. '35Ed.. second. M. Graham,


-Associated Press Photo
Finishing touches are being put on the new edition of Sir Malcolm Campbell's "Bluebird," in which he
intends to make another attempt for a new land speed record at Daytona Beach, Fla. He is shown with the
machine at Brooklands, England, where the public g ot its first glimpse of it.
Golden Gloves Sherf Is Leading Big 'Cage Games At
Ten Hockey Scorers I W
Entries Swell Johnny Sherf, the scoring spark I-M Will End
Over 100 Mark oftheWolverine hockey team, Monday NIht
_ddof scores made in Big Ten oem- .Y
petition, when Michigan and Min-
University Fighters Are Set nesota played to a 2-ta-2 tie in an End Of Exams To Mark
To Battle For Titles In v e game Friday at Minne- Resumption Of Regular
Local Tourney Sherf's scores came early in the Competition
game, so that Michigan enjoyed a ________
The entry list swelled to over 100, lead over the Gophers, but Min- With the conclusion of eight games
Ann Arbor's annual Golden Gloves nesota tied it up, and two over- scheduled to follow the Varsity bas-
bokdng tourney will open Tuesday time periods failed to decide the ketball game with Northwestern Mon-
night at the local Armory with sev- contest either way. h d ay night, the basketball activities
eral University fighters expected to Sherf up till last night had at the Intramural department will
go far towards winning champion- o e mes in thee C fer- e suspended until after the examina-
ships. ence games to lead the Big Ten tion period, according to Earl Riskev-.
Critics expect Elmer Cousineau, Jim sharpshooters. assistant director of Intramural
Spens, Joe Downey, Art Downing and sports.
Fred Yunch to go the farthest of the - According to Intramural policy, no
Michigan men who have entered the ay M orrison organized sports will be conducted the
meet. Three University fighters have week before and during the examina-
entered the open division and five in * gnAs tion period, but will start in again the
the novice section of the tourney. Is 1 n first week of thc new semester.
"^ * *


In Subsidizing
PITTSBURGH, Jan. 19 - (AP) -
Rising to the defense of subsidiza-
tion in college athletics, Dr. John
Bain Sutherland, head football coach
at the University of Pittsburgh, voices
the belief there isn't anything wrong
"in aiding the boys who can play
The tall, slightly-greying Dr. Suth-
erland, with a reputation as the "sil-
ent Scot," was asked to give his op-
inion of the round of discussion over
the country on the system of helping
students who win recognition in ath-
The Pitt mentor, known as "Jock"
wherever football is played, said:
"I don't care who is subsidized on
my squad. As far as subsidization
of players is concerned, it is getting
no better fast, although I do believe
it is not being carried on in the way
it once was. For my part, I can't see
how it is going to be prevented.
Guilty Kick Loudest

quite honest when I say that, after
three years of rather close contact
with Michigan coaches and players, I
have never heard of an authentic case
of subsidizing by the University au-
Further the only individual aid I
have known an individual coach to
give an athlete was to help him find
a board job, or a cheap place to live.
Contrary to the custom of half the.
Big Ten schools of giving a dozen or
more athletic scholarships, Michigan
gives only one each year, that to a
senior with a high scholastic rec-
No one can say definitely how mucl
aid individual alumni or groups give
to promising athletes. However, a per-
usal of the lists of students receiving
scholarships given by the various
alumni associations shows a remark-
ably small percentage of athletes.
If someone knowing the conditions
at each school were to make a state-
ment such as the above the results
would be far more beneficial to am-
ateur athletics than any number of
high-falutin' resolutions passed by
academic committees which refuse to

H.S., third. Time - :28.
25-yardmback crawl: Brigham. II.
first; Ramsdell, H.S., second; Liht<3
'35Ed., third. Time - :20.7.
25-yard free style: Montgomery,
'37, first; E. DeWitt, '38, second; Eh-
lers, H.S., third. Time -- :15.1.
25-yard breast stroke: E. Howard,
'36Ed., first; M. Howard, '37, second;
Ehlers, H.S., third. Time - :21.
100-yard relay: Swimming Club
(Israel, J. MacDonald, Redden, Mont-
gomery). Time - :65.8.
Diving: Fruend, '35, first; Redden,
'38Ed., second. Brigham H.S, third.
Duane Purvis, great Purdue athlete,
is a brother of Jim Purvis, now back-
field coach of the Boilermaker foot-
ball team.
If you write, webave it.e
Correspondence Stationery,
Fountain Pens, Ink, etc.
ypewriters all nekes.
Greeting Cards for everbody.
0. D*U0RRI .


"'IQ's. ,State

St,, ,Am Arbor

Cousineau and Lee Shaw, welter- V andy'sCoac Phi Beta Delta defeated Alpha "Usually you will find the ones who
weights, are in the open division as is Omega in the finals of the annaa are kicking the loudest are the 'ones
Downey, a light heavyweight. Spens fraterinity handball tournament con- who are merely covering up more
will fight as a lightweight in the nov- Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 19. - (P) - ducted by the Intramural department. than others.
ice class. Downing, welterweight, and Vanderbilt University's weeks of sus- This victory not only gives the win- "I got some help going through
Yunch, featherweight, are in the same pense concerning its next head coach ners the title, which they won last school and I can't see anything wrong
division. Bob Hutchins and Joe Black of football are over-Ray Morrison year, but puts them in first place in with that
have also entered the novice divisions has accepted the job, the race for the all-sports champion- ithe that.
as welterweights with the hard-hit- The master of the fcrward pass ship. dm-embsworkihg ondcandghpn-
ting Hutchins expected to make his sent word yesterday, after several In the deciding match of the en- ers, members of the band and hun-
presence apparent in a hurry. weeks of consideration, that he was counter between the two teams, Cohen dreds of others receive aid. I can't
The welterweight class should fur- "happy to accept" the post vacated by of Phi Beta Delta defeated Rubin of see any difference in aiding the boys
nish 'the outstanding battles of the Dan McGugin. Morrison leaves South {tiue opposing house, 21-to-1, 21-to-2. who play football."
h Phi Beta Delta is leading the other Dr. Sutherland was a linesman on
tourney as apparently the best fight- ern Methodist University after 15 houses in the all-sports title race the University of Pittsburgh's 1916
ers entered are welters.Four of lastI years of service in which he made with 430 points. Alpha Omega is sec- football team, called by many foot-
year's open champions have entered S.M.U.'s "aerial circus" known from nd with 387, and Alpha Kappa ball men one of the greatest college
the meet with Tony Rupinski of De- coast to coast. Lambda is third with 312. aggregations. That eleven was
troit the last to do so. Rupinski is a = It was McGugin who coached Mor- - -- -- coached by Glenn Warner, and "Jock"
middleweight. rison during his own playing days at NwHa d Fotball succeeded him after Warner went to
Most Are From Detroit Vanderbilt, when he was an all- ew rV ar OO Stanford.
Most of the fighters in the open southern quarterback. Coach Has Good Record Views Given Ay Forum
division are from Detroit. Numerous No announcement of Morrison's . (By Associated Press) The coach's views were given before
battlers there also entered the Free salary or length ef contract has been If his past performances have any a meeting last night of 'the Young
Press tourney, being literally able to made, but it was understood he will bearing on his future at Harvard, Men's forum, attended by a group of
start over again should they lose receive $10,000 a year. He will bring Dick Harlow's Crimson teams should high school football players. The
there. The entry list this year is far Russell MacIntosh from Dallas as ar win an average of six out of eight question about subsidization was put
greater than it was in 1934 and fast assistant, and will be further assist- games every season and go unde- to Dr. Sutherland by one of the
fighting is expected. ed by Josh Cody and Russ Cohen of featsd every five years cr so. youths.
Winners will go to Grand Rapids McGugin's staff. A study of the new Harvard At the same time, the Pitt coach
for the state finals along with the coach's ecord at Penn State, Colgate took occasion to say that profession-
teams from Jackson, Kalamazoo which includes such opponents as Al- and Western Maryland revealed that al football lacks something that
Muskegon, Flint, Grand Rapids, Bay abama, Fordham, Temple, Tennessee his teams have won 119ou money cannot buy. The pros, he
City, Pontiac and Battle Creek. Clar- and L.U the new coach will take games, lost 38 and tied 11. said, do not have the spirit of the
ence Rosen of Detroit and Sam Hen-g y
nessey will referee the local bouts. over a team which has stressed the NATS PURCHASE CATCHER college players.
forvaid pass as an offensive weapon. James Mabury Holbook the "I don't see any reason for changes
Ja s rr H r 't in last season's rules. I think they
GETS RHODES SCHOLARSflEPI- catcher bought by Washington from resulted in the most satisfactory foot-
Middle Atlantic States Collegiate BASKETBALL SCORES Chattanooga, is a graduate of the ball ever played during my experience
Association high jump champion for Columbia, 34, Army 90 Moss Specials of Meridan, Miss., the in the game," he said.
all three years of his competition Penn 34, Syracuse 22 same semi-pro team that sent Eric
as a member of the Lehigh University N'e-n Cra ..), Navy 19 McNair and Charley Moss to the
track team, which he captained in Pitt 26, Notre Dane-- 22 Philadelphia Athletics._ _ _ ---
1934, Milton Meissner has just at- Diuu. esne 35, W. Va. 27---_____________ -__
tained a far more significant "champ- Kcnt State 51, Ktenycn 24 The South Aberdeen (Wash.) Wild-
ionship" of the same district in the Wcestsr 45, Oberlin 2 cats, football team, was a family af-
form of a Rhodes scholarship to Ox- Denison 31, Wittcnberg 28 . fair this year. It included five pairs THE
ford University. Dartmouth 34, Princeton 32 of brothers. CONTI NENTAL

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