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Takes Every


As State Swimmers



Two Conference'
Mark s Bettered
In EasyVictory
Johnston, Robertson, And
Sprint Relay Team Are
COily WinsHandily
Co-Captain Renner Swims
For First Time After A
Long Illness
Michigan's championship swim-
ming team, continued its winning
ways in the second dual meet of the
season by brushing aside Michigan
State College of East Lansing, 62 to
22, last night in the Intramural pool.
The Wolverines took every first
place with ease and bettered Big Ten
records in two events, the sprint re-
lay and the 220-yard free style swim.
Tex Robertson provided the feature
of the evening when he tore through
the water in the 220-yard free style
to unofficially break Johnny Schmie-
ler's Conference record of 2:17.3 by
1.1 seconds, negotiating the furlong
in 2:16.2. On the way to his record-'
breaking performance, Robertson
swam the 50 in 25 seconds flat and
the 100 in 56.
The Wolverine sprint relay team
swam th 400-yard event in 2:41.8 to
beat the artan quartet by 27 yards
and better the Big Ten record of
2:43,8 for the second time in two
meets. Co-Captain Bob Renner re-
turned to action after a lingering ill-
ness to anchor the Michigan team in
this event.
Der. Johnston, fourth place winner
in the National Collegiate meet last
spring, scored 115.95 points in the
diving to eke out a win over Frank
Fehsenfield, who piled up 113
Johnston's victory was a bit of
friendly revenge over his teammate
who had beaten him in the State
A.A.U. meet in Detroit last Friday
night. Art Herner, much-heralded
State sophomore, failed to find the
Intramural board to his liking and
finished quite a distance back in
third position.
Coach Mann's medley relay team
served notice that the Big Ten record
for this event will be broken in later
meets wheni the Wolverine trio swam
the 300 yards in 3:21.1, .6 seconds
over the Conference standard set up
by the Michigan trio of 1932.
Fred Cody, Detroit sophomore,
easily beat Captain Tom Morris of
the Spartans in the 150-yard back
stroke, but failed to come up to his,
performance in the Indiana meet,
when he bettered Taylor Drysdale's,
Conference record.
Sophomore Frank Barnard ap-
proached another Big Ten record
when he finished the 440-yardfree
style in 5:04.6, and Ogden Dalrym-
ple swam a good race to eke out a
win over Bob Mowerson in the 50-
yard sprit in the time of :24.6.
400-yard sprint relay: Won by
Michigan (Dick Blake, Chuck Drew,
Ogden Dalrymple, Co-Captain Bob
Renner); second, State (Warren Bis-
sell, Wilbur Moehring, Don Trapp, Ed
McNamara). Time - 3:41.8.
200-yard breast stroke: Won by Billi
Crittenden (M); second Ed Vander-
Velde (M); third,'Bob Green (S).
Time -2:39.4.
150-yard back stroke: Won by Fred
Cody (M); second, Captain Tom Mor-
ris (S); third, Bill Boice (M). Time
50-yard free style - Won by Ogden
Dalrymple (M); second, Bob Mower-
son (M); third, Fred Ziegel (S). Time

440-yard free style: Won by Frank
Barnard (M); second, Jim Harryman1
(S); third, Warren Bissell (S). Time
100-yard free style: Won by Bob
Lawrence (M); second, Bob Mower-
son (M); third, Ed McNamara (S).'
Time -:56.5.
Diving: Won by Der Johnston (M):
second, Frank Fehsenfeld (M) ; third,S
Art Herner (S). 115.95 points.
220-yard free style: Won by Tex
Robertson (M) ; second, Don Trapp
(S) ; third Wilbur Noehring. Time-
300-yard medley relay: Won by<
Michigan (Fred Cody, Ed Vander-$
Velde, Chuck Drew) ; second, StateI
(Tom Morris, Art Herner, Fred Zie-'
gel). Time -3:12.I

Johnny Sherf's Illness
Reported As Bad Cold
The illness of Co-Captain John-
ny Sherf of the hockey teamnis re-
ported as nothing more than a
bad cold. He is expected to be com-
pletely well within a short time.
Sherf played through practically
all of Tuesday's game with Point
Edward despite his illness, and
scored the winning goal.
Ex-Varsity A ndh
Present Five
Fi* ht For Jobs
Court Sessions Take On
New Note Of Intensity
As Regulars Return
The first round of the battle to
determine Michigan's Varsity bas-
ketball team was awarded to the
,resent champion, Gee, Joslin, Pat-
znelli, Meyers and Evans by a sport
;cribe's verdict yesterday, because it I
threw too many rights into its chal-
lenger's "bread-basket," while the
'ontender, Plummer, Tomagno, Jab-
'onski, Rudness and Teitelbaum was
either too short or too long on its
counter shots.;
A defense which wasn't adequate
enough to cope with the short jabs
to the basket by the present title
holder caused the challenger to lose
the first round on points. The second
:ound will be fought tomorrow after-
Opposition Is Strong
And that's the proper terminology
to use in describing the basketball
warfare which is now being waged at
Yost Field House by two oposing sets
)f cagers. The former Varsity, Capt.
Al Plummer, Chelse Tamagno, George
Rudness, John Jablonski and the
first-string sub, Jack Teitelbaum,
benched for a week because of laxity1
in observing training rules, is out
to show Cappon that they deserve
their positions in the lineup.
The newly created Varsity com-
oosed of John Gee, Dick Joslin, Matt
Patanelli, Dick Evans and Earl Mey-
ers is equally resolved to prove to
Cappon that he has finally hit upon
the right combination. The ensuing
scrimmages are much more intensely
fought than the ordinary practice
Present Team Has Edge
Coach Cappon carefully observed
both squads as they alternated on of-
fense and defense yesterday, with
the edge going to the present Varsity
by a wide margin. Meyers, Evans,
Patanelli, and Joslin and Solomon,
used alternately, kept the ball mov-
ing at a rapid rate, passed in to
Gee at the pivot post, and then broke
in to the basket for short shots. Mey-
ers was especialy effective with a
right-handed push shot from the
free-throw line. He caged at least
,ix shots during the drill.
Johnny S herf

Sophomore Carries Michigan's Sprint Hopes

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'Coast Sees Bears,

40 'i % C ARSTENS



N ACCORDANCE with the some- members of the all-time squad by
what rash promise made in yes- I events:
tercay's column we braved the cold Sprints: Bob Darnall. Buck Samson,
winds sweeping along South State Bob Walker, Frank Walaitis, Ogden
Street to extract from Coach Matt Dalrymple, Bob Mowerson.
Mann his choices for the all-time all- 220 and 440-yard free style: Tex
star Michigan swimming team which Robertson, Frank Barnard, Buck
we herewith pass on to you. Samson, Jim Cristy, Gar Ault.
This mythical squad is much more Back stroke: Taylor Drysdale, Fred
significant when one considers the ,Cody, John Schmieler.
fact that since Coach Mann came here Breast stroke: John Schmieler, Bob
as swimming coach in 1925, the Wol- Miller, Bob Wagner.
verine mermen have won the National Diving: Dick Degener, Derland
Collegiate more times than any other Johnston, Ned Diefendorf, and Frank
single school and have been perennial Fehsenfeld.
leaders in Western Conference swim-
mnmg circles. ain.n T o
Matt picks John Schmieler, captain I a nen Out
in 1932-33, as the outstanding indi-
vidual performer of all time with Buck
Samson, huge leader of the Wolver-
ines in 1928, a close second.
Schmieler ranks at the top because In Return M eet
during the time he competed he was
among the country leaders in all three
styles of swimming, -back stroke, Coach Cliff Keen's wrestling team

Giants Play Sunday
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 23--The New
York Giants, who won the National
professional football title by upset-
ting the Chicago Bears, will have a
.hanc┬░ to prove they are really the
better team next Sunday when they
meet the Bears before a Los Angeles
The New York team arrived yester-
day from San Francisco where they
swamped the Pacific CoastAll-Stars
led by Ernie Nevers. Coach Steve
Owen of the Giants felt that the
Bears had been a very lucky team
the last two years if there ever was
a lucky team. He said that he noticed
that it wasn't luck that helped beat
the Bears when they played the Card-
inals two weeks ago. The Cardinals
drubbed the Bears 13 to 7 in the
game t: which Owen referred.



-Associated Press Photo.
Sam Stoller, Michigan's sophomore dash star, is expected to give
the added support which the Wolverine tracksters need to defend suc-
cessfully their Conference indoor title and regain the outdoor crown.
Probably his chief rival in the future is Jesse Owens of Ohio State. In
the National Interscholastic two years ago, Owens defeated Stoller by
inches but they have not met since ijien and critics can only guess at the
comparative advancement of the two.
Coach Fisher Chooses 20 For
Freshman Basketball Squad


By FRED BUESSER ers. He has speed, and above every-
Facing the prospect of another none thing else, real basketball finesse.
too fruitful Varsity cage season, Mich- Lane Should Develop{
igan basketball fans are looking with Bill Lane of Monroe is another"
interest towards the freshman court yearling in whom Fisher has a great
squad which has been working out deal of faith. With a little more
daily under, the tutelage of Coaches practice and another year of season-
Fisher and Courtright. ing, possibilities that he has already
From a howling mob of more than exhibited should make him a capable
100 anxious freshmen Coach Fisher performer.
has selected his squad of 20 men, all The other outstanding forwards on
picked carefully after he viewed the the squad, boys who may be expected
entire group in numerous practice to make the Varsity squad next year
sessions in which every boy was given are Stark Ritchie, John Brewer, and
an opportunity to take part. Steve Fowdy.
Height and weight, coupled with George Ghesquiere, a product of
considerable natural ability seems to Grosse Pointe, has been designated
be the descriptive phrase which sums as probably the best guard on the
up this year's freshman squad. squad. Joe Renaldi, center on the
Townsend Stands Out freshman football team last fall, is
Unquestionably the most promising another big guard who may be ex-i
of all the yearling cgers is John pected to make it hot for some of the
of ll he earingcagrs s Jhn Varsity men next year.
Townsend, 6 foot 4 inch, 205 pound m ne Ceer.d
center, who has already displayed is Cappon Cheered?
his class in many a scrimmage against Herm Fishman of Detroit Northern,
the Varsity this season. brother of Manny, Bill Barclay of
As a ball-handler and passer Town- Flint, Stewart Newsom, Wheaton, Ill.
send is undoubtedly good, but it is product, Nick Nickerson of Detroit,
as a pivot man that he distinctly and Manual Slavin of Cleveland are
stands out from the rest of the fresh- all promising boys who, as the cream
men. A sure bet for a Varsity berth of an excellent freshman team, in'
next year in the opinion of Coach addition to the above mentioned
Fisher, Townsend should fit in well frosh, should make Varsity Coach
with almost any combination of play- Cappon happier than he has been
- - - - - during the recent lean basketball

breast stroke, and free style.
Samson, on the other hand, was, in'
his time, the nation's leader in every'
free style event from the 50-yard
sprint to the mile. He is chosen cap-
tain of this all-star team because out
of all of Matt's captains, .Buck was,
he says, the best leader of men.
Starting with the free-style sprint-
ers, which includes the men compet-
ing in the 50 and 100-yard races and
the 400-yard relay, Mann places at
the top of the heap Bob Darnall, of'
the 1928 team. Darnall won the 100-
yard event in the National meet in
1:,27 and was picked on the all-Amer-i
ica team at 50, 100, 220 and 440 yards.
Tex Robertson, present day junior
who took more than ten seconds off
the Conference record in the 440-yard
event in the Indiana meet a couple
of weeks ago, ranks at the top of the
220 and quarter-mile men.
In the breast stroke swimmers Matt
picks Schmieler as his number one
nman.,and Taylor Drysdale, present in-
eligible co-captain of the Wolverines,
tops the back strokers. Drysdale won
the national title in 1932 and 1934.
Dick Degener, without a doubt the
world's best amateur diver today,
easily gains top ranking among the
divers, but Matt's present stars, Der
Johnston, Ned Diefendorf, and Frank
Fehsenfeld, are not far behind.
In ranking the men in each event,
Coach Mann has not taken into con-
sideration only the times made, but
more the place each swimmer occu-
pied among the competitiors of his
time, for under present conditions
and stronger competition the stars of
the late twenties would make much
better times if swimming today, Mann
Following are the rankings of the

now has its eyes focused on the com-
inq meet with Michigan State which
will take place at 4 p.m. Saturday,
Feb. 9 at Yost Field House. After their
Big Ten victories against Northwest-
ern and Chicago the matmen feel
that the Spartans should be easier
than they were at the last meeting
between the two teams which the Wol-
verines lost.
After the Spartan meet the matmen
will travel to Morgantown, West Vir-
ginia, where they will encounter West
Virginia and Washington and Lee
Universities on Feb. 16 and 18 respec-
The Washington and Lee team has
been the leading mat squad of the
Southern Conference for the last few
seasons and the Wolverines will have
their work cut out for them.
Although the Michigan team beat
Chicago the glamour of victory has
been dimmed somewhat by the result
of the Maroon's match with Indiana,
Big Ten champions. The Hoosiers put
up a very impressive showing in win-
ning 30-0. This victory shows that the
Wolverines will need plenty of work
to be ready for Indiana when the two
teams meet here Feb. 23.
SOUTHAMPTON, England, Jan. 23.
- () - Sir Malcolm Campbell sailed
for America on the Aquitania today
with the bulky, crated Bluebird withj
which he hopes to hang up new speed




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Leads Scorers
With 17 Goals
Official scoring records compiled
after the first nine games of Mich-
igan'syhockey schedule reveal that
Johnny Sherf, the Calumet wonder
boy, is well on the way toward sur-
passing the record he hung up last
year when he scored 23 goals of the
team total of 42, and was credited with
7 assists for a total of 30 points.
To date Sherf has 17 goals, 5 as-
sists, and 22 points to his credit.
giving him an average of better than
two points per game.
Vic Heyliger, the sophomore center.
has had the most assists, 7, and has
banged in -the same number of goal
for a total of 14 points. Dick Berry-
man has scored only five times, but
four of his goals came in Conference
games and meant a great deal to the
Wolverines. Berryman also has one

I-M Activity Slack
Unti Next Semester

years here at Michigan.
DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan. 23. - 0)

I--The. Winnipeg Monarchs main-j
Play in Intramural tournaments, ! the Winnig March mhrn-
nine of which are now beinghed tained their winning march through
has been suspended until the second the World's Amateur Hockey Chain-
semester at which time competition pionship series here today, trouncing
will again begin with finalists in all Italy, 9-0, for their fourth straight
meets being determined shortly after victory.
the semester opens. -- ___
The meets being conducted at pres-
ent are tennis singles, codeball,
squash, basketball, ice hockey, bowl-
ing. both singles and team, and hand-
ball, both singles and faculty doubles.
The faculty handball doubles tour-
ney has but recently started and only
two matches have been played. Kal-I
tenborn and Van Enden defeated
Clark and Ostenson, and Christman
and White defeated Thompson and
Smith in the opening matches. Ten'
teams are entered.
Faculty singles play will begin as Burr, Pa
soon as the second semester opens and
32 entries are expected. John Dorsey,®
1933 and 1934 champion, is seeded No.
1, with E. M. Espelie seeded second.'

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