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THURSDAY, £'I:BRUAIZY 21, 29351

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TI{TJI~SDAY, VEBRUARY 21, 1935 TILE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thirteen

Varsity

Swimmers

Take

Road

For

Natators Will
Swim Against
Outdoor Stars
Lake Shore A. C. Finished
Second In 1934 Outdoor
A.A.U. Championships
Face Iowa Saturday
Wolverines Will Present
Exhibition At Indiana
This Evening
Coach Matt Mann and thirteen
members of the Varsity swimming
squad will leave at noon today for a
three-day auto trip that will include
performances at South Bend, Chicago
and Iowa City.
Tonight the Wolverine swimmers
will take part in an exhibition meet
in the Indiana metropolis, Friday
night will find them meeting the
strong Lake Shore A.C. team in the
Windy City, and they will top off the
week-end jaunt with the second Big
Ten meet of the season against the
University of Iowa.
The Lake Shore A.C. team finished
second in the National A.A.U. outdoor
championships last summer and will
send against the Michigan tankmen
such luminaries as Art Highland, for-
mer Northwestern captain and pres-
ent national titleholder at 100-yards,
Al Green, rated by Clarence Pinkston
of the Detroit A.C. as the third best
diver in the country behind Dick Deg-
ener and Marshall Wayne, and Max*
Briedenthal, veteran breast-stroker.I
The Hawkeyes of Iowa finished
setond in the Conference meet last
spring behind Michigan's National
Collegiate champions, and early sea-
son results this year indicate that the
Iowans are even stronger this sea-
son.I
Captain Adolph W. Jacobsmeyer of
the Hawkeyes recently negotiated the
440-yard free-style in 4:54, and
should push Tex Robertson and Frank
Barnard in this event as well as in
the furlong.I
The complete list of men making
the trip, with the events in which they
will compete, is as follows: Cc-Cap-
tain Bob Renner, Ogden Darymple,
Bob Mowerson, and Ed Drew, sprints;,
Co-Captain Drysdale and Cody, back-i
stroke; Jack Kasley and Bill Critten-
den, breast-stroke; Robertson and
Binrnard, 220- and' 440-yard free-
style, and Ned Diefendorf, Ben Grady,
and Der Johnston, diving.
Mat Prospects
ri hten For
Indiana Match
Indiana, Big Ten champion and
undefeated so far this season in eight
meets, will be the next opponent of
the Michigan wrestling team, at 4
p.m. Saturday in the Field House.
The Hoosiers, who have won 19 con-
secutive duel meets, will clash. with
a Wolverine team which exhibited
surprising strength on its Eastern
tour.
The smashing victory over West
Virginia and the close result with
Washington and Lee, defeated only
once in their last 62 starts, stamps
the Maize and Blue outfit as a team
which has proved its ability.
Despite the handicap of injury and
ineligibility which has hit them, the
wrestlers are confident of putting up
a hard fight against the Hoosiers
Saturday. Capt. Jack Harrod is still
suffering from an injured rib but
may be able to return to action for

the meet.
So far, Frank Bissell, 155-pound
star, leads the matmen in total points
scored. Bissell, who has lost only one
match and won five by falls has 25
points to his credit. He is followed
closely by Wally Heavenrich, unde-
feated in six meets, who has 21 points.
Both men are sophomores and will be
available for next season's team.
Willard Hildebrand, heavyweight,
will occupy that postion for the rest
of the season. Hildebrand won his
first Varsity match against West Vir-
ginia, but was defeated by Capt. Hugh
Bonino of Washington and Lee Mon-
day.
Coach Bill Thom's Indiana outfit
defeated Iowa State last Friday, 21I
to 1%. The lineup which started
that maeet and which will probably
meet the Wolverines follows: 118-
pounds -Willard Duffy, 126-pound
- Thomas McCarthy, 135-pounds -
George Linder, 145-pounds - Artie
Peters, 155-pounds - Frank Krabulik,
165-pounds - Capt. Ray Neal, 175-
pounds - Oldin Gillem, heavyweight,
--,Charles McDaniel.

Coach Hloyt Names

28

To

Complete In

STAR DUST

By ART
CARSTENS

Varsity Meets
State And Ypsi;
Mile Featured

Purple Dims
Hope Of .500
Court Season

Skaters Express Confidence On
Eve Of Decisive Title Games

Confident of capturing the Bigc

_.

The time has arrived when
And seeking are we a few
Far be it frcm us to holdl
As to think that many nec
But hpth do we there ex
Who our type of work wou
So if you like sports and
Towards turning out daily
Then pick up a pencil, doo
and trek to The

the tryout reports
writers of sports.
hopes so high
w Peglers are nigh,
isteth a few
ld liketh to do.
have inclinations
typewritten creations
n comfortable shoes-
Daily.

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The above being a laconic sopho-
4 avorites W in more's conception of the way to
sound the clarion call for sport staff
In State . A.AL.LJ. tryouts. As he mentions so euphem-
istically the time has arrived, or will
Handball Meet'Ihave at 3:30 p.m. today.
There are several pitfalls to avoid,
however. First, don't be swayed from
chaulfelberger Beaten By your purpose by the co-edian pul-
Dowd In Only Upset Of' chritude indigenous to Betsy Bar-
Ibour and Helen Newberry. They have
Quarter-Final Round become our blood enemies since we
chanted a rollicking lay or two un-
Favorites, with one exception, derneath their windows in the small
me through in the quarter-final hours of the night.

Ten hockey title for the first time
Ward Is Out Of High Jump No Change In Line-U since 1930, Coach Eddie Lowrey'
Wih Heel In ; Tom Cthage I-po opined yesterday that the whole mat-'
n Contemplated By Cappon ter would very likely be settled in the
Ottey Back For Record For Wisconsin Game opening contest of the two-game ser-
ies with the erstwhile favorites fromi
Coach Charlie Hoyt has named 28 Minnesota.
men to compete for the Wolverines Michigan's chances of nishing theI "The boys are keyed up for this
in the triangular track meet to be Big Ten basketball schedule with a series, and I feel they will play the
held Friday in Yost Field House be- I .500 average were cut to the mini- hard brand of hockey they displayed
tween Michigan, Michigan State and mum when the Wolverines lost to at Minnesota earlier in the season.
Michigan State Normal College. Northwestern last Monday. We're going out to take them in the
The Spartans have named a squad To attain the fifty-fifty mark in first game. If we don't win the first,
of 25 to compete and Coach Lloyd mIwe'll take the second.
Olds will send 19 to compete for Nor- Despite the loss of Johnny Jewell,
mal. the season successful despite recent the goalie who played a large part
The meet will be the first home disappointing results, the Wolver- in the successful campaign at Min-
appearance as a whole of the Mich- ines must sweep their four remain- neapolis, and despite the fact that
igan squad, Big Ten titleholders in- ing games to balance their present Michigan was beaten last Saturday
doors, and will present practically all record of two wins and six losses. 'by Michigan Tech, a team that the
the outstanding performers who made Home games with Wisconsin, Iowa i Gophers walloped four times in as
the State A.A.U. relay carnival here and Illinois and a road game with many starts this season, it is entirely
Feb. 9 the most successful in history. Ohio State are yet to be played. possible that the Wolverines will salv-
Ward Handicapped By Injury Displaying an improved floor game age at least one victory or a tie game
Willis Ward, Michigan's versatile and offense, Michigan scored a 29-27 out of the week-end's conflict.
star, will again lead the Wolverines upset ove Iowa last Saturday, but Goalie Shows Improvement
despite a heel injury which may keep played a ragged game against North- This is plausible when the improve-
western. Failure of the Wolverins ment of Bill Chase, substitute goalie,
himotoftheiwthroughNorthwestern'swde- iith the galie

of seven games, save one: the second
contest of the Minnesota series when
Berryman broke into the scoring col-
umns and boosted the total to four.
The sudden jump to four goals against
Minnesota indicates perhaps a weak-
er defensive opponent. This is con-
firmed by reports by the Michigan
forwards that the Gopher defense was
easy to fake out of the play.
In addition, the series is to be
played on home ice before home fans,
a condition usually considered to be
an advantage.

round cif tne tate A~..U. nandoal Another, and equally dangerous pit- door season, but the feature event of'I-ese for short shots was responsible
tcurnament last night at the Intra- fall, is the danger of joining the edi- the program is expected in either the fenr f;r shot At was esponsile
mural Building, but only after hara' tonal or women's staff by mistake. mile or two-mile run: cats had a 13-1 lead. Michigan's for- i
battles. - If you fall into the former you are The entry of Tom Ottey, Michigan wards didn't score a basket, beings
Larry Dowd whipped Al Schaufel- externally condemned to interviewing State's distance star, in either the held to three free throws.j
berger in the night's only upset, 21- stodgy professors about irrevalent mile or two-mile event will schedule Matt Patanelli gets credit for the
11, 11-21, 21-12. Dowd took an early subjects, if in the latter to writing that event as the feature, with a duel outstanding feat of the trip. He led
lead in the first game and was easily about what Miss Sylvia Gooselips predicted between the Spartan and the scoring against Northwestern and
the best. After falling behind again wore at the Goldene Grille last night. Harvey Smith, Michigan's captain, in' held the Wildcat ace, Fisher, scoreless.
in the early part of the second game, I
c Iheerg ame soclid gan' f, on the other hand, you success- the mile, should he enter that event, When Northwestern lost to Michigan
Schaufelberger came to life and 'fully achieve your objective of the or with Bill Zepp of Michigan State here, in January, Patanelli heldt
evened the match. But Dowd's low sport staff, we can guarantee you a Normal should Ottey run in the two- Fisher to one free throw. Fisher wase
powerful drives were the deciding sprightly hour or so every day. The mile. second highest scorer in the Confer- I
been all through the match. game is to make uncomplimentary Ottey last year was entered in both ence last season.
S a hh.remarks about a player or coach, events, and was defeated in both. Coach Cappon contemplates noI
Defending Clhampiz Wins then see how long you can go with- Running against Jack Childs in the changes for the Wisconsin game here,
Louis Zerbo, defending champion, out meeting him. mile,. Ottey was defeated when the Saturday. Plummer and Meyers, for-t
met stiffer opposition than he had Then there is the thrill, not unal- Wolverine senior turned in a time of wards, Evans and Patanelli, guards,9
encountered in his first matches with loyed, of your first by-line. Fresh- under 4:20, and was defeated by Zepp and Tamagno or Gee center, will
eFritz Brescell, but was not hard man have been known to do strange in the two-mile event. start.
pressed in winning, 21-15, 2-6. The things when they got their first by- Old Rivals Will Clash Rudness, shifted to a forward last
making apparently impossible saves line, but by far the safest thing to do Zepp and Ottey have met several week, is back at his old guard post
well is to go into hiding because it gives times in te twoe g on the second team. Oliver and Josln
and winning points with hard, well the irate coach or athlete the advan- 1935 An e -mile, including the are the other first string substitutes.
SThe play of George McCarthy, al- tage of knowning who his persecutor broke Ottey's 1934 record for Yost Cappon used his entire squad of 14
though not as sensational as it was j w oa e hp Field House in 9:21a.rmen in a onvk scrimmage yesterday.
iutgehofhknoigchorehisrpescutor ildHus nHe1..I-cis stillloknfrthtigso-
the night before last against Roland 1 -~IthmieCahHylokfr
dodge, but, heck, I haven't dared to In the mile Coach Hoyt looks for ing forward whom Michigan has
Smith, was good enough to beat the leave the office for a wee now. Smith to give the outstanding per- missed this year, but there was no
j Veteran Chet York in two games, formance of his career if sufficiently ; evidenceofs gtl h
21-15, 21-4. Anyway, if you're even remotelyI pressed, counting on the Michigan scrimmage.sat
York played a smart game, but did interested in sport writing, now is the captain's tremendous "kick" in the _c mag.
not have the youth and, more partic- time to get in on the ground floor. finish.A
ularly, the legs to withstand the still- * ' * Ward will be entered for the first 2 Track Meets On.
,pry McCarthy. McCarthy and Zer- Mr. Filpak's letter of yesterday time in the low hurdles event, run- t
bo meet tomorrow in one semi-final, aroused tremendous excitement. Bot- ning with Bob Osgood and Moreau , Weep.-end ScheduleIt
and the match promises to be one of anists, geologists, horticulturists, vet- Hunt, and will also enter the dash j
the best of the tournament if both erinarians, taxidermists and punsters and high hurdles. A heel injury in- Two track meets are scheduled to
are in top form. have all offered supplementary sug- curred in the A.A.U. meet has given;Twhltreometseareededth
Experience Wins For Dworman gestions. Here is an example: the big star constant trouble in his be held here over the week-end, with
Herman Dworman, another vet- Dear Sir: high-jumping, and, although his a triangular meet between Michigan,
eran, eliminated the best cf the Allow me to express my hearty ap- sprinting is not impaired, the neces- Michigan State, and Michigan State1
'youngerprplayerss seeniinathe, thurnaces
younger players seen in the tourna-i probation of the great work in which sity of placinga his full weight upon Normal College to be held Friday
ment, John Gustomski, 21-20, 21-12. Mr. Filpak is engaged. He errs, how- the heel in jumping will keep him out night in Yost Field House and a dual1
Dworman, with a great advantage in ever, when he suggests that there are of that event. meet between Michigan State Normalt
I experience, kept Gustomski con- not enough animal nicnames to go i Pole Vault Outstandin College and Butler University to bec
stantly on the run from one side of held Saturday afternoon in Water-
the court to the other around. Many of the best have not The outstanding duel in the fieldcoman Gymnasium.
been adopted. events is expected in the -pole vault "
Dworman showed prcbably the e, One of the outstanding races of the
most powerful kill, with his left It would have done Mr. Filpak good when Dave Hunn of Michigan and year was originally scheduled in the
hand, of anyone in the tournament, to read of a recent basketball en- Ray Lowry of Michigan State Normal Normal-Butler meet between Ray
counter between the University of { will renew their rivalry, with Nelson Sears, of Butler, and Bill Zepp, the
Experience, however, enabled him to Texas and the University of Arkansas, Droullard of Michigan receiving his Huron distance ace, but will be can-
Exeine owvr nbe i ofor the former go proudly under the first test in' competition. 1,
make most of his shots withh the celled with Sear's entry in an eastern
name of "Steers" and the latter sport Lowrey, holder of the Field House .
strong left hand. tesbiette f"aobcs record, was the winner over Hunn int meet this week. i
In the first game, with the score the sublime titles of "Razorbacks"rcd,- the . wie oe unn if1 Sears has been credited with a time!
20-4 aaint imGusomki alledand "Hogs." Such charm, such col- the A.A.U. meet with a vault of 13I
20-14 against him, Gustomski rallied or, such euphony . . . (Gurgle) . ,,feet, 3% inches. of under 9:15 in the run while Zepp,
sharply to tie the sdore at 20-all, but e - a Lver In the mile relay Coach Hoyt will registered 9:21.7 in the recent Mich-'
could not win the deciding point. He -Animal Laver start the team which he will rob- igan A.A.U. meet here.
was unable to repeat the rally in the And you can vouch for the verac- bly rely upon for the season, includ-
seodgm.ity of my facts), abl eyuo o h esn nld
-AL ing Stan Birleson, the brilliant sopho- PURDUE HAS A RECORD
_E___A__C_ -PH_'_ 'L * more who will be making his first ap- Since Ward (Piggy) Lambert as-
DELTS SWAMP CHI PHI'S mpearance in competition for Michigan. sumed control of the basketball
Delta Tau Delta's hockey team rode SPARTAN SWIMMERS LOSE The team will be composed of Birle- coaching reins at Purdue at the start'
rough shod over Chi Phi at the Coli-p
seum last night to win 5-1, and take AMES, Ia., Feb. 20.-- (P) - Iowa son, Fred Stiles, Harvey Patton, and of the 1919 season, the Boilermakers
tie lead in their league with a record State outswam Michigan State here I Bob Osgood. Hoyt has announced have played 187 Big Ten games, win-
of two victories and no defeats. Bob tonight by a score of 54 to 30 as that Patton and Birleson may be ning 133 while losing only 54 fora
Simpson and Fred Buesser led the the locals succeeded in taking five of withdrawn from the 440-yard run in percentage of .711, while in all games
Delt soring parade with three and ine events. It was the second vic- ' order to put a completely fresh team 'the Boilermakers have won 212 out of
wgoaleshonpyfives.avesthreeae 'tory of he season for Cyclones. in the race. 284 for a percentage of .746.
goalie had only five saves for the eve- ~~1
ning, and was well protected by de-
fensemen Bill Borgmann and Bob
i Colville. BrmnnadI i

is consiaere , alon g iu iula
that Michigan's defense can be almost
impenetrable at times and that the
Wolverine forwards have not been
shut out all year, and probably will
not be while Co-captain Johnny Sherf
and Vic Heyliger are skating for
Michigan.
All season the Michigan attack has
been consistently good for at least
two goals, except for one game, an
early season encounter with London
A. C., in which the Wolverines were
beaten 3 to I.
What is more important, since the
first game with Wisconsin, Jan. 11,
the Michigan offense has scored two
goals as regular as clockwork in all

Sugigm Alpha Es on's class "B"
basketball team briok 1,he Intramural
cage scoring record last night, run-
ning up 70 points aga nrt Phi Lambda
Kappa, while blanking their oppo-
nents. The winners averaged over
three points a minute, scoring all of
their points in twenty minutes.
Barton Hensely was nigh man, hit-
ting the basket eleven times for a
total of twenty-two points. Close be-
hind him was Jack McNiff with;
twenty. This was not the first game,
in which the new record holders have
run wild. They hav2 beaten Phi Beta
Delta 50 to 2 and Phi Kappa Psi 29
to 2 in their other two league en-
counters. In the Phi Beta Delta game
Hensely scored 24 points, eleven field
goals and two fouls, averaging better
than a point a minute.
Theta Chi, defending class "A"
champions, suffered their first defeat
at the hands of Delta Tau Delta, los-
ing a double overtime by a 10 to C. j
score. With a minute and a half left
before the end of the regulation game
the winners were leading 3 to 4, but
a determined rally on the part of the
Theta Chi five evened the score up
at 8 to 8. After two overtime periods
Delta Tau Delta finally managed to
eke out a one-point advantage.
FAVORITES BEATEN
NEW YORK, Feb. 20.-W() --Two
favored players were eliminated today
in the quarter-final of the Women's
National indoor singles tennis chain-!
pionship. It saw the end of the reign
of Norma Taubele as champion and
the defeat of Mine. Sylvia Henrotin of I
France.

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