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TLEMICHIGAN DAILY P4GE SEVEI

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Bio Ten Win Iowa"....... "4
Indiana ...............3
Purdue ................3
Wildcats Collapsed After Minnesota .............2
Successful Pre-Big Ten Illinois. .............3
IWisconsin .............3
Campaign Ohio State ...... °.....1
Northwestern .........1
Ncrthwestern's basketball team will Chicago ...............0
meet Michigan tomorrow night at MICHIGAN..........0
Yost Field House in the final game of LAST NIGHT'S RES
this semester for the Wolverines. Illinois 34, Michigan 22.
Both teams, after strong early- Minnesota 42, Chicago3
season starts, which stamped them as Indiana 40, Iowa 35.
likely contenders for the Big Ten Northwestern 36, Wiscon
title, have collapsed in Conference MONDAY'S GAME
competition, and will battle tomor- Northwestern at Michiga
row to emerge from the Conference Chicago at Ohio State
cellar. _ __
Led by Lyle Fisher, second high- j
scorer in the Conference last year, loston nru
the Wildcats bowled over their prac-i
tice opponents, defeating such strong Fi oht To H
teams as Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, H o i
Butler, and Marquette, while losing;
only to Nebraska. In the pre-Con- One-Point
ference games, Fisher averaged 17
points a game to score more than
half of his team's total score. Six Hockey Gam
Have Met League's Best
It was unfortunate for the Wild- Carded In Nation
cats that they met Iowa, Purdue and Over Week-End
Wisconsin, the three best teams in
the Big Ten, in successive games, New York, Jan. 19. - (1P
dropping all three, Iowa nosed out a six-;ane schedule overI
Northwestern, 38 to 35, then Purdue end xi ing 3ery club in
came along to eke out a 33-31 victory,
and Wisconsin upset tho dope by win- into action at least once,
ning from the Wildcats, 16 to 9. are strow ly against any r
Fisher has scored only 13 points up iin the National Leag

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.750 By WILLIAM REED
.750 Almoot obscured by the galaxy of
.667 All-American and professional stars
.6001 which comprises the Michigan coach-
.600 ing staff, is the undergraduate ath-
.333 letic record of Franklin Cappon,
.250 basketball coach and assistant direc-
.000 tor of athletics.
.000 Although Cappon never achieved
outstanding All-American grid hon-
ors, he established one of the most
outstanding records of anyone ever to
represent Michigan on the gridiron,
and also earned his letter on the
basketball floor.
Starred In High School

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Cappon entered Michigan in 1919
after having starred in basketball
and football at Holland (Mich.) High
School, and won three grid letters
and one in basketball.
As a gridder Cappon was one of
the most versatile stars ever to play

Hard Finish Wins
Stoller finished with a burst of
speed to head Mason in their first
meeting, but led the freshman all
the way in their second race.
In the other heats Barnes twice
led Ward out of the chutes and to
the' tape, just staving off Ward's
strong finish in their second race.
Ward who has been in training less
than two weeks, confined his activi-
ties to the dash, which he won in
the 1934 Conference indoor meet
and the shot put.
Best times of the two winners were
identical.
The shift of Howard Davidson,
who established himself as an out-
standing.quarter-miler last year as
a freshman, to the 880-yard run was
also pleasing to Coach Hoyt as the
sophomore gave indications of de-
veloping into an outstanding half-
miler by winning the event handily.
Smith Wins Mile
Captain Harvey Smith did not
compete in the half mile, but won
the mile run without difficulty ahead
of Randall.
In the 440-yard event Harvey Pat-
ton, letter winner from last year's
squad,ibested Fred Stiles in a close
duel in the stretch. Stan Birleson,
the sophomore star who finished first
in the last time trials, did not com-
pete.
Walter Stone, who established new
records in the two-mile event as a
freshman last year, won that event
yesterday with a whirlwind sprint
which defeated Neree Alix, last year's
Conference two-mile winner indoors.
Well distributed s t r e n g t h was
demonstrated by the squad in the
field events as Willis Ward won the
shot put with his single throw of 42
feet, 8 inches.
Vaulter Clears 12 Feet
In the pole vault Nelson Drouillard
safely cleared 12 feet before retiring.
Konrad Moisio, who was a point
winner in the Conference High jump
two years ago and who is to return
to school next semester, gave evidence
that le was still in form as he handi-
ly won the event.
With Ward out of the hurdles ev-
ents, Moreau Hunt and B b Osgood,
the sophomore star, split ieir wins
in the two races, with Osgood win-
ning the high hurdles event and
Hunt the law hurdles, both in close
duels.
D:ouovan Selected
By Racing Officials
MI#MI, Fla., Jan. 19.-o)-Walter
H. Donovan, secretary of the Florida
State Racing commission, today was
elected president of the National As-
sociat on of State Racing Commis-
sioners at the closing session of their
annual convention here.
William H. Cane, of New Jersey,
was named first vice president; Ed-
win J. Brown, of Washington, sec-
ond vice president, and Thomas Un-
derwood, of Kentucky, secretary-
treasurer.
rEection of all the officers was by
unanimous vote. Donovan succeeds
Mark Hanna, of Detroit.
Previous to the election, the asso-
ciation completed a uniform code of
racing laws-dream of horsemen for
years--subject only to ratification by
three states-New York, Kentucky
and Texas.

When Northwestern's Wildcats meet Michigan tomorrow .night at
Yeet Field House the two Purple regulars pictured above will appear in
the starting lineup. Lyle Fisher (left), forward, and Norman Vance,
guard, have not been able to click si ce the Conference season opened
and as a result Northwestern dropped its first three Big Ten games.
Fisher was second high scorer last year but had scored only 13 points
before last night in this season's Conference play.

i maae U J*ewau coacnCi n 1931. £1o
for Michigan, playing at an end, was made assistant athletic director
tackle and at fullback, and playing in 1929.
consistently well at all positions.
Cappon's record was so outstanding Cappon also has charge of the
in his senior year that he was given Wolverine line during the football
season, and has personally been re-
sponsible for the development in re-
Hockey Team 'Will cent years of such outstanding tackles

Swimmers To
Meet Spartan
Tankmen Next
Coach Mann Expected To
Make No Changes For
Wednesday's Meet
Michigan State College of East
Lansing, whose football team first
gained national prominence last fall
by winning easily from Michigan's
national championship eleven, will
send a group of swimmers here n-sx
Wednesday night in an attempt to up-
set another one of Michigan's na-
tional champions, C o a c h Matt
Mann's brilliant tank squad.
The Wolverine natators, however,
are not expected to undergo the
ignominy suffered by the football
team, for the Spartans are reputed
to be even weaker than they were
last year, when Michigan won 601/2
to 23%.
Coach Mann stated last night that
he intends to stick pretty much to
the same lineup which swamped In-
diana 57 to 27 in the first dual meet
of the season a week ago last Friday.
Tex Robertson and Fred Cody, star
distance man and back stroker re-
spectively, were kept out of the Mich-
igan State A.A.U. meet last Friday
night, but Cody, and perhaps Robert-
son, will be ready for action Wed-
nesday.
Ogden Dalrymple, Bob Lawerence,
Bob Mowerson, Chuck Drew, and
Dick Blake will divide duty in the
50 and 100-yard free style events.
Show Premise
In the 200-yard breast stroke event
Coach Mann will stick to his two
promising sophomores, Bill Critten-
dan and Ed Vander Velde. Both
failed to qualify for the finals of the
220-yard event in the State A.A.U.
meet Friday night but swam power-
7ul races and show promise of be-
,aming strong competitive swimmers.
Cody will probably handle the 150-1
7ard back stroke alone unless he fails
}o recover sufficiently from an ab-
scesspd tooth, in which event either
Mowerson or Bill Boice will take over
the duties.
If Robertson is able to, swim
against the Spartans, he and Frank'
Barnard will reverse the positions
they ocupied in the Indiana meet,
the latter swimming the quarter mile
and Robertson competing in the 220-
yard free style.
As divers Coach Mann has picked
Der Johnston and Frank Fehsenfeld,
while Ned Diefendorf, Ben Grady,
Adie Ferstenfeld, and Bob Cheetham
will give an exhibition off the high
board.
THREE OUT OF FIVE
Purdue has won three undisputed
Big Ten basketball titles in the past
five years.

EVENTS OF THE WEEK
Basketball
Monday - Northwestern at Yost
Field House.
Hockey
Tuesday -Pt. Edward of Sarnia
at the Coliseum.
Swimming
Wednesday -Michigan State at
the Intramural Pool.
Wrestling
Monday - Chicago at Chicago.
Boxing
Tuesday and Thursday - Golden
Gloves at the Armory.
New Wildcat Grid
Coach Possesses
Successful Record
(By Intercollegiate Press)
Lynn O. Waldorf, Methodist
bishop's son recently appointed foot-
ball coach at Northwestern Univer-
sity, celebrated his "freshman" year
of coaching in the Big Six Confer-
ence by piloting Kansas State Col-
lege to its first major football cham-
pionship.
Waldorf, Syracuse '25, was a crew
member on one of Walter Camp's
All-American second teams. Waldorf,
who took charge of football after A.
N. (Bo) McMillin went to the Uni-
versity of Indiana, gathered rem-
nants of McMillin's 1933 runnerup
team and a few sophomores to pro-
duce a champion. His Wildcats, un-
defeated in Conference rivalry, cli-
maxed the 1934 campaign with a
19-7 victory pver Nebraska, perennial
champion of the Big Six. Waldorf
was assisted by Wesley Fry, former
Iowa star.
Fry Coached in Oklahoma
Much of the success of the 1934
Wildcat team was attributed to Fry's
polishing of the backfield and be-
tween- halves exhortations. They be-
came known as a "second half" team
because all but a few Kansas State
touchdowns were made after inter-
mission. Waldorf scoffed at reports
that he withheld his best scoring
plays until the second half in order1
that the oposition would not have
the coach's intermission advice as
to how to meet or thwart them.
The broad-beamed Waldorf, be-f
fore the last season started, asked
the football wise men to "reserve last
place for Kansas State."
Waldorf had great success as head
coach and athletic director of Okla-
homa A. & M. Fry had a parallel
record at Classen High School, Okla-
homa City, and at Oklahoma City
University, where his 1933 team was
the only Oklahoma aggregation to
triumph over Waldorf's Oklahoma
Aggies.

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Michigan's hockey team meets Pt.
Edward, of Sarnia.,Ont., Tuesday
at the Coliseum, resuming a rivalry
which resulted in a 2 to 1 win for
the Canadian club last year.
Coach Eddie Lowrey believes his
team has at least an even chance
to topple the strong Sarnia outfit,
unless the Minnesota series takes too
much out of the Wolverines.
Co-captain Johnny Sherf, Vic Hey-

in these three games, mainly because
he fouled his way out during early,
stages of two of them. However, hei
is a dangerous scoring threat every
minute he's in the game.
Supporting Fisher, in the scoring
column, are Vance, guard, McNally,1
center, and Blume, forward. Vance,
and McNally are both six-foot, four-
inch sophomores. Kawal, Northwest-.
ern's all-conference guard in football'
season, plays the other guard post.
Not a serious scoring threat, he is a
good floorman and ball handler.
Use Blocking Offense;

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tst fight right now involves
gle of the Boston Bruins to
. one-point lead over the

Chicago Blackhawks at the top of liger and Dick Berryman, as the for-
the Amberican section. Both will play ward wall; Red MacCollum and Larry
once and theDrtins apparently have'David, at defense, and Co-captain
Johnny Jewell, as goalie, will prob-
the easier assignment. They meet ably be the starting lineup against
M:ntreal's Canadiens tonight; a t Sarnia.
Boston and hone for their fourth
sucessive victory over the invaders. ALL HOME-GROWN
Chicago will remain at home to face Every member of the Purdue bas-
the Toronto Maple Leafs, Interna- ketball squad, both regulars and.re-

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Northwestern employs a blocking night and past performances appar-
offense to shake men loose under the ently point to a Toronto victory. The
basket, with either Fisher, Vance or Leafs have 'whipped the Hawks,
McNally playing the pivot line. The Stanley cup champions, four times in
Wildcats use an occasional quick a row this season.
break if they catch their opponents
napping. Other members of the Toronto Meets Eagles
Northwestern squad who will likely Before traveling to Chicago, To-
play as substitues are Pendergast, ronto will meet the St. Louis Eagles,
Jones, Mercer, and Rosenfeld. last in the International section, at
Although Michigan's lineup may Toronto tonight while the New York
not be the identical one which started Americans, third in the same group,
against Illinois, it is certain that try to over-turn the second place
Capt. Plummer, Chelso Tomagnlo, Montreal Maroons at Montreal. St.
Jack Teitelbaum, John Jablonski, and Louis has a tie and two defeats to
George Rudness, suspended Varsity show for its previous encounters with
men whose terms expire Tuesday, the Leafs while the Americans have
will view the game from some remote taken two beatings in as many tus-
spot in the Field House. i sles with the Maroons.
_ Sunday's program will be complet-
ed by games between St. Louis and
ellsboro jack inner the Detroit Red Wings at Detroit and
Of English Steeplechasejthe Canadians and New York Ran-
HURST PARK, England, Jan. 19- gers at New York. St. Louis whipped
the Red Wings, 5-2 the last time out
(P)-Mrs. F. Ambrose Clark's Kells-' after taking three beatings from the
boro Jack, winner of the Grand Na- j Detroiters. The Canadiens hold two

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today galloped to a length and a half
victory over J. V. Bank's Southern
Hero in the Star and Garter speeple-
chase over a distance of three miles
180 yards.
Kellsboro Jack was 7 to 1 in the
betting against only 7-4 for the rank
standard bearer. J. B. Snow's Delan-
eige, a candidate for this year's run-
ning of the Aintree classic, was un-
placed.
ONLY TWO GOT TO FIRST
When Chbrley Ruffing blanked
Cleveland with one hit, last season.
he allowed only two Indians to reach
first base. Trosky hit a fly to short
right in the fifth inning that Ruth
could not quite reach, while Burnett
walked in the ninth round. In that
game, Ruffing fanned Earl Averill
three times.

decisions in as many starts against
the Rangers who languish in the
American division cellar, four points
behind Detroit which trails Chicago,
in turn, by three.

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