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Y, JANUARY 22, 1935

Tl HE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Pu k Team To Meet Point Edward Tonight'

Water Polo Finals
To Be Held Today
The Interfraternity water polo
championship will be decided at 5
p.m. today when the Psi Upsilon and
Pi Lambda Phi natarors meet in the
Intramural building pool.

These two teams advanced through
the preliminary rounds without de-
feat and according to Intramural of-
ficials neither is a overwhelming fav-
orite to win the title. Fraternity
bowling team's also are in action
this week. The qualifying games are
being held with 25 of the 33 teams
entered having already bowled.

Canadians T o
Present Strong
Offensive Six
Regular Lineup Will Start
Against Invaders; Sextet
Rested Yesterday
Michigan's hockey team will play
host to the Point Edward skaters, one,
of the strongest sextets in the On-,
tario Hockey League, tonight at 8 p.m.
in the Coliseum.The invaders, who
come from Sarnia. Ontario. stand
high in the league's intermediate di-
vision.
Boasting victories over several pow-
erful teams, the Canadians have lost
only one game since Christmas when
the University of Western Ontario
edged them out, 4 to 3, in an overtime
period. Their scoring potentialities are
best illustrated in the score of the;
Petrolio Oils contest, which they won,
12 to 0. They have also recorded wins
over Watford, 7 to 2, the London A.C.,,
3 to 1, and Muskegon, 6 to 4.
Forward Line Is Powerful
A heavy, fast forward line composed'
of Tom Prudence, center, Ben Garvie
and Len Rutter, wings, is expected to;
start against the Wolverines tonight.
These three Have carried the brunt of
the Point Edward attack in their prev-
ious battles.
Jack Manore and Gordon Paterson
will comprise the starting defense
lineup, with either Nat Geory or
Claude Harris in the net to complete
the trio. Paterson, according to re-
ports, is not only a stellar defenseman,
but is also somewhat of a scoring
threat, having personally accounted
for two of the goals in the game
against Watford.
The substitute forward line, Roger
Clute, Charles Levanoyitch, and Frank
Manning has rounded out an effective
passing attack, with Levanoyitch and
Clute doing most of the shooting.
Wolverines Get Rest
Michigan, after a hectic series at
Minnesota last Friday and Saturday
nights from which they came home
with a victory and a tie, was allowed
a rest from practice last night. Coach
Eddie Lowrey, Michigan mentor, plans
to start his regular sextet, unchanged
since the first game, of Jewell in the
net, David and MacCollum at defense,
Heyliger at center and Sherf and Ber-
ryman wings.
Lineups with playing numbers of
both teams to aid in identification of
players, follows:
Michigan Pos. Pt. Edward!
(1) Jewell ......G....... Geary (1)
(3) David ......RD.... Paterson (3)
(2) MacCollum ..LD.... Manore (10)1
(5) Heyliger ..... C..... Prudence (6)
(6) Berryman ..RW.....Garvie (5)
(4) Sherf ......LW.... Rutter (14)
Michigan spares: Courtis (7), M-
Eachern (8), Ed Chase (9).
Point Edward spares: Manning (4),
Levanoyitch (8), Clute (11), Harris
(12).
WOMEN'S
SPORETS
The Womens' Rifle Team was de-
feated by a picked group of men rep-
resenting the mens rifleteam on Sat-
urday at the range in Palmer Field
House. The average score for the
men was 94.2, and for the women 91.1.
The women who participated were
Patricia Woodward, '35, Eileen Lay,
'37, Rosalie Steck, '37, Jean Jackson,
'37, Carmena Freeman, '37, Frances
O'Dell, '37, Harriet Kanouse, '37, Doris
Vater, '36, and Betty Robertson, '37.
The men were those who had had the_
highest scores the preeeding week.I

The finals in the Class B basket-
ball tournament will be play at 5p.m.
today at Barbour Gym between Kap-
pa Delta and Alpha Omicron Pi. The
semi-finals in the Class A tourna-
ment will be played at the same time
between Betsy Barbour and League V.
Lenore Stewart will receive an
hour's free bowling this week. She
was high scorer ofhall the partici-
pants last week. She had a score of
177.
Runyan Leads Golf
Pros In Winnings
NEW YORK, Jan. 21-;)P)--Paul
Runyan of White Plains, N. Y., na-
tional P.G.A. champion, was the lead-
ing money-winning golf professional
in 1934.
Competing in 21 tournaments, Run-
yan earned $6,767.91 to lead all others
in prize money.

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Wildcat Co-Captain

STAR *

*-By ART CARSTENS-
"YOU'LL CATCH your train tonight,
all right!" taunted one of Min-
nesota's hockey players in the final
period of that history-making contest
at Minneapolis, Saturday, when Mich-
igan won its first game on Minnesota
ice in five years. The jibe was flung
at leg-weary Vic Heyliger, Michigan
center, when the score was 3 to 2 in
favor of the Gophers, and it appeared
as though there was no possibility
of repeating the tie overtime game
that was played the previous night.
A Minnesota goal had just been al-
lowed, in spite of the protests of Co-
captain Johnny Jewell, and Johnny,
Sherf to the effect that the scorer
had crossed the "crease" before the
puck. Johnny Sherf had skated out
on the ice with a rule book and had
tried to get the referee to "look at
page three." But all to no avail. And
one of the Gophers, sighting victory
in the offing said: "Well, you'll catch
your train tonight, all right!"
Ironically enough his statement was
true.
With four minutes to go, Dick Ber-
ryman and Vic Heyliger took the puck
down the ice on a brilliant series of
short passes which culminated in Ber-
ryman's flipping the puck against
Wilkinson, tying the score at 3-all
and bringing a moan from the har-
assesed spectators who had witnessed
80 minutes of indecisive hockey Fri-
day. Then hardly before the groans
of the highly partisan crowd had
subsided, Sherf took the puck up to
the red line, passed to Berryman,
who whipped a pass to Heyliger, who
in turn, slapped the rubber home.
Three more minutes of hockey, the
gun went off, and the Wolierines
caught their train.
All of which shows that the particu-
lar Gopher player who made that de-
risive statement probably lever read
The Amerian Boy.
COACH EDDIE LOWREY yesterday
had praise for every member of
the team, saying that the brand of
hockey displayed at Minneapolis sur-
passed even the performance against
the Chatham Maroons, early in the
season. He also predicted that Mich-
igan would take Minnesota and the
Big Ten title when the Gophers come
here for the return series.
Johnny Sherf, who scored three
goals, saving Michigan from defeat
in the first game and adding a goal
to the cause on Saturday, was pointed
out as the iron man of the series. He
missed only four of the 140 minutes
of hockey played.
Dick Berryman and Vic Heyliger,
the team's only sophomores performed
beyond expectations. Berryman, the
most surprising of the two, appears
well on the way toward making a
"money-player" reputation. His two
goals against Wisconsin won a game,
and his two goals against the Goph-
ers Saturday put him next to Sherf
as the Conference's leading scorer.
Heyliger, comes in for no less com-
mendation for his fine puck-handling
and passing, and for that goal which
has apparently started the Wolverines
toward the first Big Ten title of the
year.
VARSITY SWIMMERS
All members of the Varsity swim-
ming squad are expected to attend
an important meeting to be held
at 5 p.m today in the Intramural
pool.
MATT MANN, Coach.

Al Kawal, Northwestern's grid and
cage star, led the Wildcats with Co-
captain Lyle Fisher against Michigan
last night in the Field House as the
Wolverines won their first Conference
basketball game, 19 to 11.
BOX SCORE
1

Annual Golden
Gloves Meet To
OpenTonight
Thirteen hundred Ann Arbor fight
fans are expected to cram the Ann
Arbor Armory tonight as the an-,
nual Golden Gloves tourney begins
with possibly 40 fighters of the 100
entered appearing on the opening
night's card.
Until those entered have taken
physical examinations this afternoon
it will not be possible to state ac-
curately how many fights there will
be tonight. Both tonight and Thurs-
day will see preliminary battles in!
the open and novice divisions while
the semi-finals will be held January
29 and the finals January 31.
Five Seek Second Title
Five of last year's open champions
are back in the tourney seeking to
repeat. Winners will go to the state
meet and all entries will be trying to
duplicate the record of Patsy Urso,
bantamweight champion here in 1934.
Urso went on to win the national
flyweight title, changing weights in
the state meet.
Eight University battlers have en-
tered, two in the open and six in the
novice division. Elmer Cousineau, Jim
Spens, Joe Downey, Art Downing,
Fred Yunch, Bob Hutchins, Joe
Black and Dick Ouimet are the eight
with Cousineau and Downey open
fighters.
Divisions Are Filled
There are entries in every class in
both divisions. George Burnette, wel-
terweight, Vic Zwicki, lightweight,
Tommy Morris, featherweight, Stan
Cieslik, flyweight and Tony Rupinski,
middleweight, are the 1934 open win-
ners re-entered and with this quintet
leading the way knockouts are ex-
pected to be plentiful.
Clarence Rosen, long a prominent
126 pound professional, will referee
the first two nights.
Two Rookie Pitchers
Sign Dodger Contracts
NEW YORK, Jan. 21 -/P)- Signed
contracts of Tom Baker and Bob Ed-
wards, rookie right-handers, were re-
ceived today by the Brooklyn Dodgers.
Edwards spent last season with the
l Albany Internationals.

BIG TEN STANDINGS

Icwva.....
Purdue .
Indiana
Wisconsin
Illinois ...
Minnesota
Ohio State
Michigan .

.
.

W L
.4...1.... 2
.........2 2
.........1 4

Pct.
.800
. 750
.750
.666
.600
.500
.500
.200

Northwestern.......1 4 .200
Chicago...........0 4 .000
Results Last Night:
Michigan 19, Northwestern 11.
Ohio State 3'7, Chicago 21.
Wisconsin 38, Minnesota 31.
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Michigan (19)
Patanelli, f .....
Joslin, f ........
Solomon, f.....
Gee, c .........
Meyers, gf .....
Evans, g .........
Oliver, g .......
Totals ......
Northwestern (11)
Fisher, f.......

FG FT SA TP
.0 1 6 1
.2 2 15 6
.0 0 0 0
.1 0 8 2
.3 1 15 7
,1 1 7 3
.0 0 0 0
.7 5 51 19
FG FT SA TP
.0 0 9 0
.1 0 7 2
.1 0 6 - 2
.0 0 11 0
.2 2 10 6
.0 1 4 1
.0 0 0 0
.0 0 0 0
.0 0 0 0
.0 0 1 0
.4 3 48 11

PF
4
2
0
2
0
1
0
9
PF
0
1
1
1
1
2
1
0
0
0
7

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Blume, f ...
Pendergrast,
MeAnally, c
Vance, g,c .
Bender, g . .
Kawal, g
Jones, g ... .
Mercer, g
Rosenfeld, g

f ...

mrw~vqmrmI

Totals ......

Free throws missed: Michigan, Gee,
1, Evans, 1. Northwestern: Blume, 1,
McAnally, 2, Vance, 1, Bender, 1, Ka-
wal, 1.I
Referee, Feezle, Indianapolis. Um-
pire, Schommer, Chicago.I

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