100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

February 13, 1935 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1935-02-13

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

ONESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1935

TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY

CAGE FM

...E. ..A.....E.B.UA R.Y..1.,..19 3 5..TH E. M..H.I G..N.D A..L...P A GE.......

Eligibility

Standings

In

Doubt

Pending Committee

Action

First Reports
Are Unfounded
States Agler
Varsity Athletes' Standings
Must Be Passed On In
Meeting Feb. 19
The biennial shadow of ineligibil-
ity remained over the camp of Var-
sity athletes today pending definite
action by the Eligibility Committee
of the Board in Control of Physical
Education. The committee will make
its report following a meeting Feb. 19.
All reports on the eligibility status
of Varsity athletes previously an-
nounced are unfounded, according to
Prof. Ralph Aigler, chairman of the
Eligibility Committee, who pointed
out that only action by the committee
can be conclusive.
The committee must pass on the
standing of all Varsity athletes, its
report being submitted to Western
Conference and intercollegiate of-
ficials as final.
Athletes ineligible during the past
semester who will be permitted to
compete in intercollegiate competi-
tion pending action of the committee
may be assumed to have regained
their status, however, Prof. Aigler
said.
Included in that group are Tay-
lor Drysdale, swimming captain, Jack
Kasley, Paul Keeler and Ned Diefen-
dorf, swimmers, and Dick Castle,.
sophomore basketball player.
Without definite action by the
committee they will be assumed to
have removed the restrictions on
their standings.
Keeler, a transfer from Colgate,
has completed two semesters of resi-
dence while the others have removed
scholastic bars.
While other Varsity coaches were
awaiting final action on eligibilities,
Coach Eddie Lowrey announced that
the hockey team would be weakened
by the loss of Gil McEachern, re-
serve wing, who left schoolrat the
close of the first semester. McEach-
ern was one of two experienced re-
serves on the squad.
Abolish Davis Cup
Qualifying Rounds
LONDON, Feb. 12-()-All na-
tions will be eligible to challenge in
the European Zone for the Davis Cup
beginning next year as the result of
a correspondence ballot, the Davis
Cup committee here announced to-
day.
Twenty nations voted to abolish
qualifying rounds while seven voted
to retain them.
Another move, to make the ccm-
petition biennial, failed when 19 na-
tions voted in the negative against
13 affirmatives.
Decision to put these questions to
a vote was made at the last meeting
of the Davis Cup council here last
year.
HOLD TIME TRIALS
Time trials in the mile-run will
be held today at ost Field House
to pick the second entry in that
event in the Michigan-Minnesota
dual meet to be held Friday at
Minneapolis.
The squad will leave Ann Arbor
at 5 p.m. tomorrow.
THE SOUTHMAIN STREE
THE DOWNTOWN STORE

FOR MICHIGAN MEN
MEN'S
SPECIALS
x$2.50 Shirts, Now $1.95
2 for $3.75 - 3 for $5.50
1.95 Shirts, Now $1.55
2 for $3.00
50c Hosiery, Now 39c
3 for $1.00
$2.50 to $2.95 Gloves
Now $1.95
SWEATERS -- SCARFS
PAJAMAS
SILK and WOOL
20% DISCOUNT
SUITS -- TOPCOATS
O'COATS

Big 10'sBi 10
Bill Haarlow, who can be called
half of Chicago's team, having scored
110 of the Maroon's 259 points, has
taken a firm grasp on first place in
the Conference scoring race. With
three games to play Bill is only 10E
points behind Cottom's 1934 total.j
Purdue's sophomore forward, Bob
Kessler, has a record almost as good
as the leader's, averaging well over
10 points a game. Outstanding among
the newcomers are Whitlinger and
Wilson of Ohio State, who between
them are keeping the Buckeyes in the
upper half of the Conference stand-
ings.
The other two new men are Black-
mer of Iowa and Baker of Minnesota.
Those who have dropped out of the
list of leaders are Demark of W'is-
consin, Rosenthal of Iowa, and Riegel

Captain Harrod
Injures Rib In,
Wrestling Drill
145-Pound Star Unable To
Go On Trip; Ineligibility
Also Hits Mat Team

I

of Illinois.
FG FI
Haarlow, f, Chicago . .39 32
Whitlinger, f, g, O.S.U. 33 15
Barko, f, Iowa ........33 15
Kessler, f Purdue .. ..23 24
Wilson, f, O.S.U. ....26 7
Blackmer, c, Iowa ....21 16
Kehrt, f, Indiana ....22 12
Froschauer, f, Ill. ....21 14
Preboski, f, Wisconsin .21 1
Baker, f, Minnesota . .20 1
Norman, c, Minn. ....21 1C

TG T

2
5
5
4
7
6
2
4
0
2
0

110
81
81
70
59
58
56
56
52
52
52

Coach Lowrey
Searches For
Spare Goalies

The most unlucky wrestling team
in Michigan history suffered another
terrific jolt yesterday when it was
learned that Capt. Jack Harrod, ace
undefeated 145-pounder hurt his rib
in practice Monday and will not be;
able to leave Thursday afternoon to
make the Eastern trip with the team.
This is the third successive year
that Harrod has been put out of
action by a rib injury. This season it
seemed as though the rib jinx had
disappeared, but Monday afternoon it
came again. Keen then planned to use
Louis Mascuruskus in the space left ,
by Harrod but Mascuruskus twisted
a shoulder muscle in a practice bout
with Seymour Rubin yesterday and
may not be available for service nextC
week.
To top it off, the 118-pound class
has been left vacant by the ineligibil-
ity of Chuck Brooks and Bob Mintz.
The prospect of one of the 126-pound-1
ers making the weight for this class;
is not bright and the bout in that!
event may have to be forfeited.
However, Keen is endeavoring to
whip the rest of the team into shape
for the Eastern invasion. Both Wash-
ington and Lee and West Virginia
have strong squads and the Wolver-
ines will have their work cut out for
them. The matmen will probably leave
Thursday afternoon for the meets
which will take place Feb. 16 at West
Virginia and Feb. 18 at Washington
rand Lee.
The only men certain of their posi-
tions at the present time are Wally
_ Heavenrich at 135 pounds, Frank Bis-
sell in the 155 or 165 class and Harry
, Wright in the heavyweight division.
J The remaining positions will be de-
termined today by Keen.
EX-WOLVERINE RETIRES
ST. LOUIS, Feb. 12.- (P) - Pitcher
Bill McAfee,ofethe St. Louis Browns,
has been placed on the "voluntary
retired list' to enter personal business
with his father, the Browns' business
office announced today. Used as a re-
lief hurler last season, McAfee had
a part in 28 games, was credited with
one victory and no losses. He once
performed for the University of Mich-
igan.

* -* Cappon Seeks Eighteen Battery
A ScorinoAbility Coach Fisher
SFor Iowa Tilt Baseball made its first official local
appearance of the season when 12
Coach Cappon began a five day pitchers and six catchers answered
session yesterday to uncover some Coach Ray Fisher's call for Varsityf
ARTCARSTENSscoring talent in his squad of score-i
-Eless wonders. The entire week of prac- batterymen in the Field House yester-
AN ACQUAINTANCE made the un- tice before the Iowa game there next day.
A usual observation yesterdayae ad e th a Saturday will be devoted to offensive With Jabby Jablonski ineligible,
ifbsketall wbereanyetonday "grat maneuvers and it is possible that the Coach Fisher finds himself in the
at five men who display the best scoring same predicament of last spring. Hel
big court with 12 players on a side i w sa the has potentially, a strong ne, but
Michigan would be in first place in- ability will start against the Hawk-hapoetlyasrn nibu
g-eyes. Cappon declared yesterday that will be forced to select a catcher from1
stead of making a determined bid for es Can st a group of mediocre candidates
the Conference cellar. he is uncertain of his starting lineup agopo eicecniae
teofthe novelty of the idea and the performances during practice The three leading candidates fori
syi will determine his selection. the regular catching job are Parker,t
the suggestion served only toindi- As Cappon explained one day, his reserve backstop last year, and Wil-
cate the belief that Michigan has one Ae liams and Berryman, the most cap-
of the best 12-man squads in the squad of fifteen players is as good able freshman receivers last year. Rei-
Conference. Box scores of all Big Ten or better than any other Conference e, Rosen and Ballance, also of last
games played this year show that squad as a whole, but where each Big eros ad Ballnceas of ld-t
Coac Caponhasuse 17men asTen five has at least one dangerous year's frosh squad will receive consid-,
Coach Cappon has used 17 men, as erable attention before the Wolverines9
compared to 16 by Purdue and smaller scorer who is apt to break loose and leave on their southern training trip
#numbers by other teams. roll up ten points or more, consistent- April 4.
It would appear then, that no team ly Michigan is lacking. i Only Three Veterans
in the league is as well balanced as The 11 points registered by Earl
Michigan's, but no rival coach envies Meyers in the Minnesota game was Of the twelve pitchers who reported,
thehigestindviualscoe rcoredArt Patchin, Milton "Gomez" Meltzer
Cappon's position for he is exactly in the highest individual score recorded Lefty Settle are the only veterans
the same spot as Kipke was this fall by a Wolverine cager this season. An and efty Settle a e
in tyingto ind winingelevn exmintionof te bx scres illwith experience. Settle and Gomez are aog3 eicefobl lyr.dsls hti nyoeohri-suhas
in trying to find a winning eleven i examination of the box scores willsuhp s
among 35 mediocre football players. disclose that in~ only one other in- suhas
w e g stance did a Michigan man sink more Pre-season dope ranks Art Patchin,
I t daresay Cappon would be glad than three baskets. stocky right hander and only letter
to trade Leviticus Gee, Dick Joslin, Two teams alternated on offense winner among the hurling candidates,
Chelse Tamg against a defensive third squad dur- as Michigan's number one hurler for
forhis centersembryolikeMinnesota's ing yesterday's practice, trying to ithe 1935 season. For the past two
Gordon Noman orike Mfesma's, break in for lay-up shots, in which seasons he did a commendable job of
Gordon Norman or the freshman, the Wolverines have been woefully dividing the important pitching as-
John Townsend.rformanceiintheMinn a weak. signments with Whitey Wistert. With
Gee's performance in the Minnesota ne team was composed of Patan- his added experience this year Coach
game was adequately described by elli and Jennings, guards, Tamagno Fisher is counting upon him to carry
some one who asked us if we had seenI center, Meyers and Ford, forwards. the burden of the hurlg.
"The Lost World?" while Goose Jos- The other five had Oliver and Evans Freshman Star Reports
lin must have been reading too many at the guards, Joslin, center, and George Butler, John Gee and Jer-
books like "The Red-Headed Out- Rieck and Solomon, forwards. ome Ramsbey, the three aces of last
fielder" and "Harold Holt, Hero of
Howell High," the way he attempted _________-i

1/3a-OFF
SALE

,men Report To
For First Drill
year's freshman nine are among the
Varsity candidates.
Others who have reported are Ber-
ger Larson, who showed promise as a
freshman in 1932, but dropped out of
school the following two years, Ron-
ald Wolfe, a reserve last year, McClin-
tic and Anderson, newcomers. Capt.
Russ Oliver, who will spend most of
his time in the infield this spring, and
George Rudness, ineligible last year,
but who has first crack at one of the
two vacant outfield posts, will also
fill in as pitchers when they finish
their basketball season.
In natural ability, George Butler,
lanky right hander, is the brightest
prospect. He has a good fast ball,
sharp curve, and rapidly-developing
change of pace. If he stands the test
in actual competition, he will make
Fisher a good pitcher.
Coach Fisher will give his hurlers
ten days in which to limber up. Dur-
ing the last week in February, infield-
ers and outfielders will be called out,
and batting practice will begin in the
cages.
COR BETT'S

on

Lowe
Net

To Get Workout In
This Week; May

MICHAELS STERN
SUITS & O'COATS

Accompany Team
The search for a successor to John-
ny Jewell, former Michigan goalie,
still goes on with Coach Eddie Lowrey
now taking an especial interest in
what the Intramural ranks have to
offer in the form of a capable tender.
Hoping to discover some latent talent
Ssomewhere, somehow, Lowrey is ready
to look at anything on skates.
Bill Chase, who holds down the job
at present, managed to turn in a
shut-out performance against the
Ontario Aggies Monday in his first
appearance as a Varsity player and
above all as a goalie. However, the
Cardinal wingmen didn't give Chase
much of a test, and Lowrey was con-
sequently unable to ascertain the true
extent of his ability.
Lowe Will Get Trial
Reed Lowe, sophomore puckster,
will get a workout in the nets this
week to determine whether or not he
is worthy to be taken along with
Chase to Houghton this week end
for the two-game series with Mich-
igan Tech.
In the meantime, speculation to
the effect that Dick Berryman, reg-
ular right wing at present, might
snake a good goalie, mainly on the
strength of his experience as a base-
ball catcher, was being seriously con-
sidered by Lowrey yesterday. Berry-
man may try his hand at batting the
puck away from the goal in this
week's practice sessions.

to snare baskets from impossible
angles instead of passing the ball to
a teammate.
Both Gee and Joslin looked like the.
stuff of which bad dreams are made
1when they got "in the slot" under
Minnesota's basket on offense; Nor-
man fed the ball to his mates for
easy "dogs" in the first half and
stepped away from the ungainly Gee
for three consecutive baskets on re-
verse shots in the second period.
One effect of the near-perfect bal-
ance of the whole squad is the strain
it places on players fighting for start-
ing positions, especially since Cappon
has not seen fit to name a first team
and stick to it since his early-season
plans were wrecked.
A member of the squad expressed
the idea yesterday when he said that
he felt as though he was playing

VALENTINE'S DAY
Thursday, February 14th

Going Strong

11

Send a
GREETING
CARD
A large and select stock
suitable for anybody
anywhere. Priced Ic up

t...
.,r.-

COOPERS HOSE
35c Values, 4 pr. $1.00
COOPERS
SHIR'T'S & SHORTS
50c Values, 3 for $1.25

0

i
i
x

COACH CALLS NETMEN
Practice for all candidates for
the Varsity tennis team will begin
'Ihursday at 3 p.m. at the Intra-
mural building and continue every
day thereafter.
Freshmen interested in trying
out for the freshman squad are
asked to report to Coach John
Johnstone personally.
-d

with a sword hanging over his head
all the time.
The strain is showing through dur-
ing practice these days. Russ Oliver
is the only one who grins when a
misplay is made. The others look a
shade more grim and throw the ball
into the stands a little more often.

0. D. MORRILL
314 South State Street
The Stationery and Typewriter Store

WALK A FEW STEPS
AND SAVE DOLLARS
Tom Corbett
YOUNG MEN'S SHOP

116 East Liberty St.

I

a

I

P
H
O
N
E

New Cars for Taxi Service
CAMPUS CABS
24-HOUR SERVICE

P
x
0:

All Second Semester

f .

I

CLEARANCE!
Great Reduction-Buy
Now and Really Save'
M EN'S $UITS
Jit he- f t.- oe f * Fine Woolen Fabrics

and

XTIjl~KS
P LIES

at the

LOWEST

PRICES

right when you'd ex-
pect to pay more.
Here's your suit, at a
price you're glad to
pay. Surprisingly little
for suits so masterfully
made.

* Excellently Tailored
* Carefully Finished
o Single Breasted
* Double Breasted
* Young Men's Styles

In the City
A HUGE SUPPLY OF USED BOOKS We have the answer to all your
second semester requirements.
ALL TEXTBOOKS, BOTH NEW AND USED At Reasonable Prices.
BUY and SAVE!!
at

I

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan