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LY, FEBRUARY 16, 1935

TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Y, FE~UARY 16, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

Ontario
Michigan After
Third Win Over
Canadian Team
Host Of Champions Out To
Avenge Two Wolverine
Triumphs
Drysdale To Swim
Maize And Blue Squad At
Full Strength For First
Time This Season
The Ontario All-Stars of Toronto,
swimming champions of the British
Empire, invade Ann Arbor tonight
with prospects of handing Michigan's
National and Big Ten Champions
the first defeat the Wolverines have
suffered in their home pool since
Northwestern won in 1930.
The meet will be held in the In-
tramural pool, beginning at 8 p.m.
Coach Matt.Mann's squad will be
at full strength for the first time
this season and is out to make it three
in a row over the All-Stars, having
won twice from the Canadians by very
close scores during the recent road
trip East. The Ontario team defeated
the Wolverines last year in Toronto.
Co-Captain Taylor Drysdale has re-
gained eligibility and will lead the
Michigan team against the Canadians
in company with Co-Captain Bob
Renner. Other erstwhile ineligibiles
who will go into action for the first
time this year are Jack Kasley, and
Ned Diefendorf.
The 50- and 100-yard free-style
events will find Co-Captain Renner,
Ogden Dalrymple, Bob Mowerson,
and Dick Blake meeting George Bur-
leigh and Bob Larson, champions of
the British Empire and of England,
respectively.
Tex Robertson and Frank Barnard
will be out to avenge the three de-
feats they have suffered this sea-
son at the hands of Bob Pirie, dis-
tance champion of Canada, in the
220- and 440-yard free-style races,
and breast-strokers Kasley and Bill
Crittenden are matched against Ben
Gazelle of the 1932 Canadian Olym-
pic team in the 200-yard event.
National champion Co-Captain
Drysdale faces a huge task in his
first race of the season as he meets
Fred Cody, brilliant sophomore, and
Warren Fry, third place winner in the
Empire games in the 150-yard back-
stroke.
Alfred Phillips, fourth place winner
in the last two Olympics, will oppose
Der Johnston and Ben Grady in the
high-board diving competition. Ned
Diefendorf and Frank Fehsenfeld, two
other National Junior A.A.U. cham-
pions on Coach Mann's squad will
also perform, but their dives will not
be judged.
Admission for tonight's meet will be
25 cents with coupon books and 40
cents without.
Union's 10-Mile Swim
Will Begin Monday
Registration will close today and
actual competition will start Mon-
day in the Union's ten-mile swim
event: More than 30 students
have already signified their inten-
tion of entering the distance event.
The competition will end Sat-
urday, March 23.
Each entrant will sfim two miles

a week. The place-winners in the
event will be determined March
23 when all entrants who have
completed the necessary require-
ments will swim the last ten laps
against time.
Only letter-winners and mem-
bers of the Varsity swimming
squad are excluded from the com-
petition and all freshmen are eli-
gible to compete.

AlI-Stars
Scores First Goal

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Cagers Battling
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arsity Swimmer

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Wieman Thinks Penn Elevens
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Vic Heyliger scored the first of two
goals which defeated the Michigan
Tech hockey team at Houghton last
night. It was the ninth goal of the sea-
son for the Michigan center. Co-Cap-
tain Johnny Sherf was responsible for
the winning goal, catching the net
after 18 seconds of the overtime period
had passed.
Big Ten Cage
Leaders Play
Crucial Games
Purdue And Indiana Meet
Lone Conquerors In An
Attempt To Break Tie
TODAY'S GAMES
Illinois at Purdue.
Indiana at Wisconsin
Michigan at Iowa
On the results of tonight's games
largely depends the final standings of
the Conference cage race. Both lead-
ers, Indiana and Purdue, meet the
teams responsible for their only losses
during this season's Big Ten' hostili-
ties and these quintets are in second
and third place respectively, needing
only to win both of these games to go
into first place.
In their second battle of the year
Purdue lost to Illinois, mainly as a re-
sult of the combined efforts of Fros-
chauer and Henry, whose scoring abil-
ities have kept the Indians high in
the first division. Since then, how-
ever, the Boilermaker mentor, Ward
Lambert, has developed Jim Seward,
lanky sophomore pivot man, into
a real scoring threat and perfected
the work of his two dangerous for-
wards, Cottom and Kessler. These
improvements combined with the fact
that the game is on Purdue's home
floor in the Jefferson High School
Gym, which always strengthens their
fast break, should make a difference
in the final score.
Indiana is banking on plenty of
trouble from the erratic Wisconsin
five to whom they lost early in Jan-
uary by a 30 to 23 score. The Badgers
have played much the same type of
basketball as the Hoosiers, all of their
players having divided upon the scor-
ing while holding their opponents to
comparatively small scores. Wisconsin
has the best defensive record in the
Conference, having held their oppo-
nents to 162 points in seven contests.
In the first Wisconsin-Indiana
game Preboski ran wild and scored
about half of his team's points. Since
then Demark, Poser, and McDonald
have also contributed their share.
In the other Conference game
Michigan meets Iowa at Iowa City.
Both quintets are well down in the
standings with little hope of recov-
ering much ground. Iowa, early sea-
son leader, has lost three games in a
row to Indiana, Minnesota, and Ohio
State, while the Wolverines are fight-
ing to raise themselves out of eighth
place.

B T CWestVirginia By ROBERT CUMMINS '
Bi e T r tuneetIfgthe pendulum of football for-1
Cn'tunaeHgswings as it should Michigan
Cappon's Men Face High Varsity, Riddled By Injury will meet a Pennsylvania eleven next
Scoring Hawkeye Team And Ineligibility, s 5 fall that is coming up and aColum-
ToihtA IwvCt ART CARSTENS- *n neiiiit bia team that is slipping from the
Tonight At Iowa City Regulars Missing rather lofty position the Lions have'
WAS SURPRISED at the good enjoyed in Eastern football for the
Michigan's band of 10 fighting cag- brand of hockey they play here," Michigan's wrestling team will meet past two years, Tad Wieman, Varsity
ers, battling to stay out of the Big i. football coach in 1929, and now line
Ten cellar whch Cicago hast onss said Gib James, freshman hockey a strong West Virginia team today
playei fi om Ott Cat Morgantown in the first contest caha rneoasrs
tently occupied, arrived in Iowa City player from Ottawa, Canada, answer- of itranual Eate is Coach Wieman, who has seen Princeton's
early this morning for its game with ing the question of how collegiate of its annual Eastern invasion. Coac position in football rise from the
the University of Iowa five tonight. hockey above the St. Lawrence com- squad into the ring which has be negligible to the eminent in the past
The Wolverines have won only one few years, believes that he will be
Confeencergmes hile droppig fve pares with the sport as played at weakened by both injuries and inelig- muc etr ble thate ich-
Conference game while dropping five Mcia.Jms ncs o aeiiiy much better able to estimate Mich-
to date. Despite this record they are Michigan. James, in case you have ibility. ian chances of defeating the Quak-
eighth in the standings. Northwestern not seen him in action at Varsity Five regulars will not see action ers after his own team has met them,
and Chicago are lower, practices and intramural puck tilts, against the Mountaineers today: They Oct. 1. Princeton is resuming grid-
Opened Season Strongly is the ace up Coach Eddie Lowrey's are Chuck Brooks, 118-pounder, Capt. iron relations with Pennsylvania af-
Rolling up 148 points in its first Jack Harrod, ace 145-pounder, Louis ter a lapse of 39 years.
four league games for a 37-point-a- for the 1935-36 season. Mascuruskus in the 155-pound divi- Columbia,. Rose Bowl winner in
game average, Iowa defeated Chi- Johnny Sherf is one of the best sion, Harold Ross, 175-pound grap- 1934, and a ranking team in the East
cago, Ohio State, Northwestern and wingmen James has ever seen on the pler and Harry Wright, star heavy- this year, will be phenomenally for-
Minnesota to gain an undisputed ice, and he thinks the Wolverine weight. tunate if it continues mowing down
hold on first place as the first semes- speedsters will go far in the profes- Kellman May Start the opposition as it is in the past,
ter ended. sional game. Ed Kellman will start in the 118- but Michigan will have much to fear
Since Feb. 2, the Hawkeyes have . James has seen scores of good puck- pound division today if he can lose from any Little-coached team, Wie-
dropped four straight contests, two men, and has even played with some enough weight to be eligible. If he man indicated.
to Indiana, and one each to Ohio who have since made their way into cannot, the match will be forfeited Michigan's gridiron collapse dur-
State and Minnesota, to descend from the major leagues. Glebe Collegiate, to West Virginia. In the 126-pound ing the past season, Wieman said,
first to sixth place in two weeks. where James spent his preparatory class, Gard Slocum will start in his was quite as astonishing to the East
Despite its current standing, Iowa days, has been a sort of subsidiary second Varsity meet and Wally Heav- as it was to the Mid-West, and ex-
is the second high scoring quintet plant for big time hockey. This in- enrich, undefeated 135-pounder, will 1 perts in that section found them-
in the Conference.. In only one game stitution has turned out more than attempt to extend his winning streak selves as much at a loss to explain
have the Hawkeyes been held to less its share of outstanding hockey play- to five victories. it as Wolverine observers themselves.
than 32 points. Although Iowa has ers. Seymour Rubin, letterman last year, That Michigan's prestige was high
continued to run up high scores, even will wrestle in his first 1933 meet in in the East was evident from the con-
in defeat, its defense has been its! "There's Sid Howe, the one the the 145-pound class. Frank Bissell will tinued belief there that the Wolver-
vulnerable department, allowing op- Detroit Red Wings just bought grapple at 155-pounds and Abe (Tuf- Ines would snap out of the losing
ponents 270 points in eight games, from St. Louis; Bill Beveridge, fy) Levine will be the Wolverine entry streak at any time.
while the Hawkeyes were amassing a St. Louis goalie; Jack McGill with in the 165-pound division. Bill Low- Although Princeton's eleven lost
total of 272 points. Les Canadiens; Bill Cowley, now ell will replace Ross at the 175-pound to ae itesohamougeupes,
Barko And Rosenthal Star with St. Louis ... I played with post, and Willard Hildebrand will at- Wan fulesodas the 135eleve
Barko and Rosenthal, forwards, Cowley at Glebe. He was our tempt to fill the position left vacant wc was good as the 1935 eleven
and Blackmer, center, are the sharp- center. . . The list was obvious- by. the ineligibility of Wright. "To win every game a team has to
shooters of the Iowa attack. Barko ly too long to continue. Hildebrand is the only one of the be good and it has to be lucky enough
is thirdanamonghthetleadingcscorers,
is third among He sadng bo, ''On the whole the games are faster starters who has not been working Co be at its peak when it has to be.
with 81 points. He is a rangy boy, spe- "up the. the aew retr out regularly with the mat squad this In 1933 we were good and we had this
cializing in one-handed shots. Rosen- up there. There are two or three season and Keen is uncertain as to - - -
thad ia fast, tricky forwd ans a frnta lines and they are able tohow well he will make out against the Wolverines will have a hard task
good dribbler. He has scored 51 points,maninafsclpIfhrfwe his experienced opponents.onterhds
and Blackmer, cagy veteran of three playing up there, he would prob- on their hands.
years is the sixth leading scorer with ably be sent in for five minute Meet Washington & Lee The next meet after the Eastern
58 points stretches, during which time he After meeting West Virginia today trip will be Feb. 23 against Indiana,
Grim and Bobby, guards, complete would be instructed to burn up the the matmen will travel to Lexington, Big Ten champions. The Hoosiers,
the Iowa lineup. Grim is one of the ice. Then he would go to the box Va., where they meet the Southern who have held the title for four years,
1 best guards in the Big Ten, and get a good rest. Here with only Conference champions, Washington have exhibited a great deal of power
Coach Cappon will use the same one line, he and the other wings & Lee, Monday. The Generals have so far this season and will come to
lineup he started against Minnesota: have to rest while on the ice. a very powerful team this year and' Ann Arbor at full strength.
Plummer and Meyers, forwards, "That Vic Heyliger has one of the
Evans and Patanelli, guards, and best poke checks I've ever seen,"
either Tamagno or Gee, probably the James added in admiration. "It's a
former, at center, will start for the j good place to have a fellow like
Wolverines. him-right in center ice where he
The other four men who made the can break up everything that comes
trip, Oliver, Jennings, guards, and along."
Joslin, Rudness forwards, are sure to
break into the lineup as substitutes. ALTHOUGH JAMES showed appre-
After the game tonight the Wol- ciation of the present edition of
verines will leave for Evanston where Michigan's hockey team and ex-
they will meet Northwestern Mon- pressed regret that the loss of John-
day night. Michigan holds an earlier ny Jewell, "a good goalie, and a fine
19-11 verdict over the Wildcats. After fellow," may cost Michigan the Big _______
a successful pre-league record North- Ten title, speculation at the Coliseum
western has folded up, losing six Con- has it that the 1935-36 forward line
ference games and winning one, plac- should be even a smoother working AND SUPPLIES FOR ALL D E PA R
ing them one notch below Michigan unit with Gib James present.
in the standings. James' virtues are many Although

luck, in 1934 we were equally good
but we didn't have the luck with us
when we met Yale. Yale deserved
to win that afternoon," he said.
Another, football series between
Princetonrand Michigan would please
Wieman greatly, he said. "I'd like
to see Princeton play the Wolverines
when we had a really good team."
Although Michigan won from the
Tigers in both 1931 and 1932, those
who remember the scare thrown into
the Michigaramp in the 14-7 1932
game arequite appreciative of the
vigor of Princeton's elevens, "really
good team" or not.
NOW A "GHOST" BASEBALL
The International League is plan-
ning to use a tinted ball for all night
games this season.

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UMPIRES BEWARE
. .Pat Malone, recently of the Cubs,,
was once a professional fighter, un-
der the.name of Kid Williams.
WHO PAYS THE BILLS?
They say the bat makers would
close shop if Babe Herman dropped
out of the leagues . . . the supersti-
tious Babe bought 86 war weapons
last season.

not as powerful, weighing but 140
pounds. James is a faster and more
graceful skater than Sherf. While not
using as hard a shot as the Calumet
wonder boy, he is very accurate with
his quick flips at the net. Warming
up in Intramural games, and playing
for the Berryman A.C. - which by
the way is named after Dick Berry-
man, regular right wing on the Var-
sity - James has scored between five
and eight goals in each appearance.

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