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v 23, 1935









Spartans Have
Strongest Team
In Tank History
Morris, Ziegel, Herner
Head Strong Squad Of
State Natators



Michigan State College of East DON'T THINK I'll write a colyum
Lansing will meet Coach Matt Mann's today. What with the finals com-
Varsity swimming team in the second ing up and theses due. And anyway
dual meet of the season at 7:30 to- I haven't anything to say especially.a
night in the Intramural pool. I wonder if Professor Sellars or Mr.
Late reports from the up-state Haines would like to read my theses
school point to a State team that is more than my newspaper public likes
potentially the strongest the Spar- to ready a daily colyumI
tans have ever had. Last year Mich- Now, if a few more observers would
igan's National and Big Ten champ- send me letter, I could print those
ionship outfit overwhelmed the Green and not have to write a colyum, but
and White swimmers, 601/2 to 23%. the Observers died when they reached
Have Veteran Team the quintuplet stage, and now I have
Seven lettermen from the 1934 to do my own work again. Of course
squad are back in the Spartan fold I probably could write one of these
this year, and there are several sopho- chopped-up things composed of as-
mores out who show signs of develop- teriks and disconnected paragraphs,
ing into capable performers. but who would read it? I could tell
Captain Tommy Morris can be de- about the naughty word Coach Cap-
pended upon to give Michigan's Fred pon shocked a bridge party with after
Cody a good race in the 150-yard back the Ohio State game, and how he
stroke, and Fred Ziegel, speedy State looked slightly surprised and awfully
football man, has come up fast in pleased last Monday night. But
the sprints this year and will push would anybody care?
Ogden Dalrymple, Bob Lawrence, Bob Then, of course, I could dig up a
Mowerson et al in the 50 and 100- coach to misquote, or pick an all-
yard free style events, time all-universe team in some sport
Michigan State has an ace up the like curling, where nobody would dare
sleeve in Art Herner, sophomore div- (or care) to dispute my choice. One
er. Little has been said of Herner so of the best ideas (came to me just
far this season, but he is an old hand like that!) is to discuss the possibility
at the diving game and a great three of Rugby displacing football as the
way battle is expected to develop when great fall sport in our American col-
he matches dives with Der Johnston leges. I don't know how many col-
and Frank Fehsenfeld of the Wolver- umnists have used that to fill in a
ines. dull day.
To Use Same Lineup If I had Al Newman's (Sports Ed.
Ned Diefendorf, Adie Ferstenfeld, 1933-34) poetic genius I could resur-
and Bob Cheetham, three more of rect his pseudo Archie and Mehitabel,
Coach Mann's fine crop of divers, will but, as Archie was wont to say, what
give an exhibition off the high board the hell, I don't. And if I had the
as an added attraction to the meet., supreme confidence in my personal
Coach Mann will stick pretty much judgment that John Thomas (Sports
to the same lineup that swamped Ed. 1932-33) used to display I could
Indiana, using Dick Blake and Chuck dash off 20 inches without taking a
Drew in the sprints in addition to the cigarette out of the corner of my face.
three men mentioned above, and Tex But, again, I don't. And does any-
Robertson and Frank Barnard in the one care?
220 and 440-yard free style events. Another possibility is a pedantic
Sophomores Bill Crittenden and Ed treatise on the decline of interest in
Vandevelde will see action in the 200- ball-and-goal games as suggested by
yard breast stroke. something Don Haines once said, but
Admission for tonight's meet, which wouldn't you rather read part of my
is the last of the current semester thesis on the materialistic conception
for the Wolverine tankmen, will be of history? or country newspapers -
25 cents with athletic coupon books, now and then?
or 40 cents otherwise. My favorite present-day sports
PRI U TN TVQ IT'i.IP l n i nn is, THenrv McLemore who

First Night Of
Golden Gloves
Sees Six K.O.'s
Two University Boxers
Win Ini 15 Bout Show;.
Near Capacity Crowd
A near capacity crowd of fight fans
last night watched the opening night's
card in Ann Arbor's annual Golden
Gloves boxing tourney at the local
Armory and received its thrills from
the six knockouts that were registered
in the 15 bouts.
'Two of the University's eight en-
trants in the meet appeared last night
and both won. Jim Spens flattened
Eddie Daniels for the count in the
first round with a barrage of lefts and
rights Ito the head while Bob Hutchins
defeated Charles Crawford of Clinton
in three rounds.
Wins On Stamina
Hutchins was able to win mainly
because of his superior power and
stamina. Spens' opponent never had.
a chance and the fight was over with-
in half a minute of the opening bell.,
All but one of last night's fights were
in the novice division but from now
on more open fighters will appear.
Eighteen bouts are likely for tomor-
row' s card with semi-finalists in most
classes being determined.
What was probably the best fight
of the card was the open middleweight
go between Earl McCleary and Ray
Arnold, both of Ann Arbor. McCleary
won after a terrific battle with his
tall colored foe. Arnold's strong left
closed McCleary's left eye before the
fight was over but by having an edge j
in the close fighting Earl was able
to advance to the second round of
the meet.
Four of the half dozen knockouts
were scored in the first round, one
came in the second and the other was
a technical that was awarded at the
end of the second. The most decisive
knockout of the night was scored by
Chuck Woods of Detroit who floored
Ralph Holbrook of Chelsea for the
count in the first. It took Holbrook
fully a minute to regain his senses.{
In the A tournament Betsy Barbour
earned the right to meet Zone VIII
in the finals of the intramural basket-
ball play by a 24-9 victory over Zone
V. Kappa Delta clinched the champ-
ionship in the B section.
er Cup matches last spring.I
Why should Damon. Runyon andj
Westbrook Pegler get $100,000 a yearj
for their stuff? Anyway, maybe to-
morrow I'll have Matt Mann's all-
time swimming team for you. That
is, if nobody cares?

Big 10's Bigl1
Bill Haarlow, the only redeem-
ing feature of the weak Chicago
five, put 31 points in the basket
this week-end to go into third place
among the Conference's individual
scorers. Felix Preboski, Wisconsin
forward, whose team has played
more games than any other team,
went into second position to re-
place Kessler of Purdue who didn't
see action during the past week.
Cottom of the Boilermakers, Grim
of Iowa, and Combes of Illinois
dropped out of the first ten to
make room for Haarlow, Denmark

Reinstated Five
Finds Its Posts
Are Now Taken
Joslin, Evans, Meyers Will
Be Hard To Displace In
Regular Cage Lineup

The University of Iowa basketball
team is leading the Western Confer-
ence cage race with four victories, one
defeat, and 180 points in five games,
as play in the first semester half of
the schedule came to a close Monday
Closely bunched behind, Purdue, In-

Hawkeyes Leading Big Ten In
Cage Race As Semester Ends

of Wisconsin, and
Barko, f, Iowa . .24
Preboski, f, Wis. 20
Haarlow, f, Chi. .16
Froschauer, f, Ill. 17
Demark, f, Wis. 15
Norman, c, Minn. 15
Kehrt, f, Ind. . .14
Kessler, f, Purdue 12
Rosenthal, f, Ia. 12
Riegel, c, Ill. ...12

Norman of





Kee nIs] Pleased.
With Showing
Of Wrestlers
With two Conference meets safely
tucked away in the winning column,
the Michigan wrestling team is point-
ing for the return match with Mich-
igan State to be held Saturday, Feb.
9, at Yost Field House.I
The matmen put up impressive ex-
hibitions against Northwestern and
Chicago on their road trip and would{
like nothing better than to even up
their score with the Spartans, who de-
feated them 20-14 in an exciting meet
at Lansing. The meet was only de-
cided in the last event when Gordon
Reavely, the Spartan captain, pinned
Harry Wright to clinch the meet. !
Wright, however, showed great im-
provement against the Wildcat and
Maroon heavyweights, and when the
Michigan State meet comes, a differ-
ent verdict may be possible. Equal
improvement was evinced by the rest
of the team, and Coach Keen is
pleased with the results.
In some divisions the men looked
weak but Keen feels that a bit more
experience is all that is necessary.
Wally Heavenrich, Captain Jack Har-
rod, Frank Bissell and Harry Wright,
however, lyave been wrestling veryE
well, and form a winning nucleus.
Chuck Brooks and Alan Rubin have
come through with victories in one
meet apiece so far, Brooks pinning
his opponent at Northwestern and
Rubin winning against Chicago.

Michigan's recent Varsity basket-; diana, Wisconsin, Illinois and Minne-
ball team composed of Capt. Al Plum- sota are still in the thick of the fight
for the Big Ten title. Ohio State ist
me, Chelse Tamagno. "Jabby" Jab- tied with Minnesota, but the Buckeyes
lonski, George Rudness, and first- have appeared too weak to merit ser-
string substitute-forward Jack Teitel- ious attention as a titular contender.
baum, returned to practice yesterday, The Hawkeyes appear to be th,2 log- 1
for the first time since it was sus-' ical choice for the championship forf
perded last Tuesday for breaking two reasons. They have three of thet
training, and found it was no longer sharpest shooting cagers in Barko,
the Varsity basketball team. second high in the Conference with
This realization came as no sur- 49 points, Rosenthal with 35 points,
prise, for Coach Cappon vehemently and Grim, 31 tallies. Five games with
declared last week that these boys the four tail-end teams, one each with
would have to "start from scratch" Chicago, Northwestern, Ohio State
when they returned. Add to this, and two with Michigan, give the
Michigan's surprise victory over' Hawkeyes an easier second-half
Northwestern's purported powerfulI schedule than Purdue, Indiana, and
five last Monday, after the suspended Wisconsin, their chief rivals.
Varsity had dropped three straight
Conference games, and the total is
below zero insofar as the old Var-
sity is concerned. Hockey Summaries
Playing against Northwestern, with
their jobs as regulars at stake, Earl
Meyers and Dick Evans displayed a SUMMARIES
brand of co-ordinated basketball that Michigan Pos. Point Edward
tightened their hold on regular posi- Jewell ........ Goal......... Harris
tions. Meyers and Evans held their David ..........RD....... Paterson
men to a combined total of four MacCollum .....LD.... .....Manore
points, which is good guarding despite Heyliger ........C........ Prudence
numerous shots which their opponents Berryman ...... RW ........ Burley
missed. They also rate one-two in the Sherf .......... LW ........ Rutter
scoring column for the last two games, Michigan spares - Courtis, Mc-
with 12 and 11 points respectively. Eachern.
Joslin's defensive play is as weak as Point Edward spares - Manning,
ever, but his scoring potentialities are Levanoyitch, Jenken, Geary.
hard to gainsay. Patanelli, a regular Referee - "Puss" Traub, Detroit.
before the "new deal" is sure of his First period - Scoring: Courtis
job. He didn't score much, but his (Sherf), 4:22; Heyliger, 18:51; Jehk-
presence enables Michigan to control en, 19:54. No penalties.
the floor play. Second period - Scoring: Manore
With Gee in the lineup Monday, (Burley), 7:20; Sherf (Heyliger),
Michigan's offense was limited to 15:02. Penalties: Berryman (trip-
four men. He got the jump, but he waspigPtro(rpin)
too awkward to play the pivot line ping), Paterson (tripping).
with Vance pressing him all the time. Third period - No scoring. Penal-
Michigan tried several passes in to ties: Jenken 2 (tripping).
Gee at the free-throw line early in Saves: 1 2 3
the game, but each was intercepted Harris.........12 6 16 - 34
or broken up. Hars.._____._.______4
As reward for Monday's win, theS
new Varsity took only a short basket- GEHRINGER SIGNS
shooting drill, leaving the floor to Charlie Gehringer, stellar Tiger

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Chicago, Ohio State, Northwestern
and Minnesota have already lost to
the high-scoring Iowa cagers, but
Indiana handed them their first de-
feat last Saturday, winning 40 to 35.
Stout and Kehrt of Indiana, Cot-
tom and Kessler of Purdue, and Fros-
chauer of Illinois, all among the
league's leading scorers, have kep'
their teams up in the race.
As Lyle Fisher goes, so goes Nor;-'
western has become a maxim this sea-
son. Averaging 17 points a game, he
led the Wildcats to six pre-Confer-
ence victories, but in four Conference
contests, he has been held to 13 points
- Northwestern lost all four games.
Against Wisconsin, last Saturday,
Fisher scored 13 points and so North-
western won its first Big Ten game.
W1'e .Serve to Serne sfgqdvi
Memn's Shirts.1

Values to $1.95
Now $1.55
2 for $3.00
Others at $1.95, 2 for $3.75,
3 for $5.50. Values $2.45
Fancy and Whites
We e rve to 1eeJur

TLEUWIIM umnsR CUUII111 ~y 11j111, W
Psi Upsilon successfully defended reached some sort of a classical peak
its fraternity water polo title last in his daily writings from the Royal
night, defeating Pi Lambda Phi, 6-1. and Ancient at the time of the Walk-

Michigan's reinstated "night-owls."
Cappon ordered them through a long'
scrimmage against a makeshift team.
The layoff evidently had a good effect
for the five "musketeers" showed'
more speed, spirit, and scoring ability
than they have as yet, with Tamagno
having an especially accurate eye.
Regular practice wiii continue unti.
tomorrow, with unofficial sessions set
for the first week of exams, after

second baseman, signed his 1935 con-
tract Tuesday, thus spiking any rum-
ors that he might be traded to bolster
the Detroit pitching staff.
which regular practices will be re-
sumed in preparation for the Mich-
igan State game at Lansing Feb. 9.




Low Lights.

soft QJYUSiC





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