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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

3ritish Empire Champions

Meet

Michigan Here Saturday

Wr es ding
Hoytmen Op
Big Ten Sea
At Minneal
Smallest Squad In
Years, Paced By
Faces Minnesota
Probably the smallest tr
ever to represent Michigan
oday to open its Conferen
season in a dual meet wit
ota at Minneapolis tomorr
Coach Charlie Hoyt h
welve men to make the tri
ng six sophomores. Stan
he brilliant sophomore qu
star whose eligibility statu
uncertain. will not go to Mi
ress Photo.Willis Ward will again
.rf, leading Wolverines, and has been
th 18 goals enter three events, the shot
to his na- hurdles and 60-yard dash.
he Wolver- 'nursing a sore heal in
Ame series workouts, Ward again will
i team at to as the spearhead of the
from Cal- attack.
In the high jump Hoyt .
Konrad Moisio, a letterma
Captain Harvey Smith,
, new record in the Michig
irs half mile run, wil comp
half mile and mile even
Clayton Brelsford. Brelsfc
his berth yesterday in winn
Vcialmile race in 4:30.3.
The mile relay team wi
posed of the sophomores
good, Howard Davidson
ennings Stiles, and Harvey Patton,
Patton and either Stiles o
Dn Five will run in the quarter-mil
'avors The Gophers have comp
one meet, against Drake
rTLE their strength in that m
sophomore, who record
istrated in run and the shot put.
is the best Perennially strong in t
verine cage events, Minnesota swept
ne, around event in the Drake meet, D
revolves. owski, giant sophomore,
for scoring with a throw of 43 feet,
perimpnted Stan Kostka. the Gopher
s in an of- earned second place wit
freshmen, of 42 feet, 10% inches, an
Solomon on of 42 feet, 6 inches ga
most effec- place.
in for short Ward has done 42 feet,!
his only trial of the seaso
1, Plummer, In the two-mile run th
nings broke will present Wayne Slocu
e for more sophomore, who record
ther teams against the Bulldogs. He
who broke posed by Neree Alix, Con
re of a pass door champion last year,
)m the pivot Stone, a sophomore who
new yearling records as a
lin were all here.
n but none Sam Stoller and Ward,
he precision both recorded 6.3 seconds
i the shifty in the 60-yard dash will]
nates. in that event by Lander
>sed inter- the only other first aga
Evans, Gee, in 6.4 seconds.
ss and Ford The squad named by H
ing scoring posed of Captain Harvey
lis Ward, Harvey Patton,
men. Dave Hunn and Konrad
id haall i veterans, and Bob Osgood,
Lng the ball er, Fred Stiles, Howard
neither is a Walter Stone and Clayton
ubtful state sophomores.
ieup for the
i will prob- LAYDEN'S BROTHER
state until Mike Layden, brother

Teams

Leave On Road

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ran s

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Recent WHEN MICHIGAN'S basketball on it. I think Cappon's policy is neces- The crippled Michigan wrestling
team lost its first two Big Ten sary to keep all of them working." team will leave at 1 p.m. today for
Ward, games this year people said: "We need 6. "The uncertainty is bound to their annual Eastern trip. The Maize
a new coach!" and I answered: "Cap- affect a man's playing adversely." and Blue matmen will meet West Vir-
pon's doing as well as anyone could E Though there was no question cov- ginia Saturday at Morgantown and
ack squadlwith the material." ering the matter, the correspondents then will travel to Lexington, Vir-
wil lead When the team lost two more I agreed pretty generally that the op- ginia, to ieet Washington and Lee
wi indoo said: "Cappon's doing as well as he timistic predictions made before the on Monday.
ce Mindoor c "start of the season have not come Coach Cliff Keen will take nine
Sh Minne- can. . M true through no fault of Cappon's. men with him for the invasion. If
row night. Since the Minesota game I haven't The key to the situation, they believe, Ed Kellman can make the weight
as named known just what to say in reply to is the lack of a man who can fill in the 118-pound classe he will
p, includ- the firebrands who accost me with the pivot position with sufficient effi- wrestle at that position; if not he
Birleson, the demand that someone start a ciency to capitalize on the speed pos- will battle it out with Gard Slocum
arter-mile Icampaign to have Cappon removed. sessed by available forwards and for the 126-pound post. The 118-
s remains jIn self defense I have compiled a gad.pudmthwilte efretd
nneapolis., list of questions on the situation guards. pound match will then be forfeited.
Another criticism was that the Vacancies Not Yet Filled
ledtewhich were submitted to a group of Bt
lead the wiclsersbmited.Theygr avefteam either had no plays or the Both Seymour Rubin and Wally
mdput, high watched the team in all its home guards weren't calling them when the Havenrich will make the trip. Both
t ahd t tm of its ce Michigan offense found itself fac- the 135-pound and 145-pound weights
'Although games and most of its practice ses- n are open, the latter because of the
yesterday'sj sions, and should have an objective ing a set defense.
be looked viewpoint. Each man's reply was en- j In justice to Coach Cappon and the rib injury which Capt. Jack Harrod
Michigand tirepyinn.eEendentn'sfrtheyothersn correspondents quoted above, I think suffered Monday. Keen is still un-
it necessary to add that the latter decided as to which weight Rubin
Question One: Do you think that find him one of the finest coaches and Heavenrich will wrestle.
has named Cappon has developed the best pos- on the Michigan staff to work with. In the 155-pound class Frank Bis-
n. - - sible team out of the material he has Tho ho do not aprove of him asell, who regularly wrestles in the
D U osT wo BoYotaprovT fhma ._ +-

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oA.set a
A.Uavailable?
in the Three said "no," three said "yes."
as will No decision there!
earned Question Two: Do you think Mich-
a spe- igan needs a new basketball coach?
The answers: "Yes," "No," "No,"
e com- "I dont think I'm qualified to' say."
ob Os- "I'm not convinced, yet I find it easier
d Fred to believe now than I would have be-'
'eteran. fore this season started." "New ,blood
avidson might do some good."
vent. Question Three: Do you think that
i in but that the players reveal lack of con-
turday, dition in recent games? If so, what
being individuals specifically?
9:46.4 The answers: "Yes, all except Pat-
anelli, Joslin, and a couple of the
weight others." "Yes, generally." "Of course
e shot none of them train, but Al Plummer
c Krez- is the only one to show bad effects."
ning it "They were in better condition last
inches. night (Minnesota game) than against
'id star Northwestern." "No." "You can't say
throw much, because Cappon used a lot of
a throw substitutes against Minnesota. Rud-,
d third ness and Plummer looked a little sick,
though."
iches in J Question Four: Do you think that
Cappon's policy of starting a different
Gophers team in practically every game is con-
another ducive to hard work in practice, or
9:46.4 is this gain offset by the resulting
[ be op- lack of smoothness, and 'the' doubt
nce in- existing in a player's mind from day
Walter to day as to his status on the squad?
ablished The answers: "He was just about
'eshman forced into that policy when his orig-
inal team flopped, and 'again when
ho have he benched most of the regulars. I
opposed think it's all right under the circum-
o took stances."
h Drake 2. "I think it's better to stick to
one team, developing smoothness and
is corn self-confidence."
th, Wil- 3. "The bad effects of constantly
'ee Alix. shifting the line-up outweigh the
isio, all good."
m Stoll- 4. "The whole thing, I think, is
avidson. that Cappon's in a spot where he has
relsford,. 12 men of equal ability and cannot
pick five outstanding stars and stick
to them through the season. In such
TARS ;a situation the teams almost have
jto be picked from game to game.
Elmer 5. "This is obviously one of those
1 coachsquads that has a lot of play boys

head basketball coach think he would 165-pound dir c
be most effective in an administration Levine, regular
job connected with Michigan ath- wrestle at 165-]
letics. Generals and the
old Ross and B
go along on the
Fraternity Tank while Harry Wr
the unlimited we
rearns Go Tonight After the mati
I East, they will
Fifteen teams will be battling to- competition whe..
night in the preliminaries of the an-
nual fraternity swimming meet to
place men in the finals to be held at
5 p.m. tomorrow. Tonight's pre-
liminaries began at 7:30 p.m. in the
Intramural pool.
Theta Chi, defending champion,
must meet the strong challenges of
at least three other teams: Psi Up-
silon, winner of the dual meet tourna-
ment; Pi Lambda Phi, runner-up in
this tournament and the team which
eliminated Theta Chi; and Chi Phi,
the other semi-finalist.
At least four men in each event
will survive the preliminaries, and,
in the event of exceptionally large
entries in some competition, more
than that, according to Intramural
officials.

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Are Carried in Complete Assortment

Downtown

Layden, Notre Dame football
is not only a star of the gridi
also is the best hurdler of th
team.
LACROSSE IS IN
Lacrosse again will be on th
pic Games program in 1936, b
as a demontsration sport.

.rn, but
ae track
e Olym-
but only

,

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STE

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