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22, 1935

THE MICHIGAN DAILY !AGE TRw

Hockey Six Battles Gophers For Big Ten Title Here

Expect Rough
And Fast Play
In Series Here
Minnesota With String Of
Six Victories Anticipates
Another Championship
Both Sides Confident
Michigan Hopes Rest On
Tight Defense, Strong
Scoring Punch
With the Western Conference
hockey championship as the prize,
Michigan and Minnesota will tear
into each other at 8:30 tonight at
the Coliseum in the first of what
will probably be on the whole a hectic
two-game series.
Both outfits are thirsting for battle
and both are confident of winning.
Minnesota, after recovering from an
unsuccessful early season start, came
back to administer trouncings to
Wisconsin and Michigan Tech in six
straight games and tonight is on the
crest of a wave of self-confidence
which Gopher fans hope will sweep
them into their perennial position at
the top of the Big Ten hockey heap.
Michigan, greatly outbalanced in
man-power, since Minnesota has two
veteran and one sophomore forward
lines to alternate, will depend upon
what is undoubtedly the best defense
in the League, plus an offense which
has averaged close to four goals a
game in Big Ten competition.
Michigan will throw her All-Amer-
ca ace, Co-captain Johnny Sherf,
into the foray with the hope that he
Big Ten Hockey
W L T P
Michigan ......3 0 1 7
Minnesota........2 1 1 5
Wisconsin........0 4 0 0
will add plenty to his total of six
goals scored in Conference games;
while Vic Heyliger and Dick Berry-
man, sophomore forwards, are ex-
pected to hit the net.
Captain Spencer Wagnild, defense
man for the Gophers and one of their
leading scorers, will lead a band of
about 15 invading puckmen, most of
whom are veterans. Bud Wilkinson,
goalie, and Ray Bjorck, whose re-
cent promotion to the position of
regular center has improved the play
of the forward line, are the only
sophomores in the Minnesota lineup.
Besides Wagnild, Russ Gray and
Bill Zeiske, who have appeared here
before, and Bjorck are the big guns
in the Gopher attack. None, however,
is capable of scoring frequently on
solo dashes, and consequently depend
upon shooting into the corner and
ganging around the net.
LINEUPS
Michigan Pos Minnesota
B. Chase . .. .Goalie..... Wilkinson
MacCollum ... . RD....... Wagnild
David ...........LD..... Malkerson
Heyliger ........ C........ .. Bjorck
Berryman ......RW ..........Russ
Sherf..........LW.........Gray
WOMEN'S
SPORTS
The first meeting of the candidates
for Interclass basketball was held

Thursday afternoon in Barbour Gym-
nasium and practice games were held.
Practice periods will be held this
week and next and then the regular
games will begin.
All candidates for Interclass teams
must report for' three practices. The
people who participated in the Intra-
mural season and distinguished them-
selves in the games were invited to
play in this tournament on their re-
spective class teams.
Anyone who is interested in play-
ing in this tournament but did not
receive an invitation may report for
the practice games in the next two
weeks and qualify for the tournament
in that way. Practices are held in
Barbour Gym every Tuesday and
Thursday at 4:30 p.m.

Michigan.

Track Squad

To
Tender

Meet State And State Normal

How They Will Loc k To The Minnesota Goal

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Michigan's forward line pictured above has not been shut out-this year and has been one of the better
scoring trios to represent the Wolverines.
Dick Berryman (left) has scored less times than his mates, but four of his five goals this season
have come in Conference games. Vic Heyliger (center) and Johnny Sherf (right) have thus far accounted
for 30 of the team total of 38 goals.

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STAR DUST

By ART
CARSTENS

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Michigan Will
Meet Badgers
Here Saturday

Distance Races
Feature Zepp,
Smith,_Ottey
Wolverine Captain Entered
In Mile Run; Relay Team
To Attempt New Record
Michigan's track team will make its
initial home appearance in Yost Field
House in a triangular meet with
Michigan State, and Michigan State
Normal College. The meet will begin
at 7:30 p.m.
Although the Wolverine squad was
represented by individuals in the
State A.A.U. carnival held here Feb.
9, tonight's meet will be the first ap-
pearance as a whole of the team.
Michigan opened its dual meet sched-
ule last week at Minnesota, when a
skeleton squad of 12 men over-
whelmed a weak Gopher team.
Stars To Perform
Tonight's meet will present prac-
tically all the outstanding collegiate
performers of the State, including
Tom Ottey of Michigan State, Bill
Zepp, Abe Rosencrantz and Ray Low-
rey of Normal.
Ottey's choice of either the mile or
two-mile run will stamp tliat event
as the feature of the evening, with
'a dual between him and Harvey Smith
in the mile or between Ottey and Zepp
in the two-mile.
Captain Smith, who set a new Field
House record in the half-mile last
week, will not enter that event to-
night, concentrating in the mile, and
will be supported by Clayton Brels-
ford.
With Smith out of the half-mile,
Abe Rosenkrantz of Normal, who bat-
tled the Wolverine captain in his rec-
ord-breaking run, will be installed as
the favorite to take the event. Mich-
igan entries will include T. K. Fish-
er, Paul Gorman, Howard Davidson
and Ed. Devine.
Alix Is Michigan Entry
In the two-mile although Ottey's
entry is expected to make it a duel
with Zepp, Michigan will be repre-
sented by Neree Alix, Walter Stone
and Rod Howell, making his first ap-
pearance of the year.
The meet will also mark the first
appearance in competition for Mich-
igan of Stan Birleson, sophomore
quarter-miler, who has been heralded
as one of the most brilliant prospects
in recent years.

Wrestlers To Renew Big Ten
Drive Saturday Against Indiana
Michigan will renew its Big Ten for that division. At 126-pounds
wrestling title drive at 4 p.m. tomor- Gard Slocum will start; Wally Heav-
row a g a i n s t Indiana, defending enrich will try to keep his winning
champion, at Yost Field House. Ad- streak intact in the the 135-pound
class. Seymour Rubin will wrestle
mission w free upon presentation at145-pounds and FrankLBissell in
of coupon books. the 155-pound post. Abe Levine will
The Hoosiers are bringing a power- wrestle at 165-pounds and Bill Low-
ful team to Ann Arbor. Eight men ell will start at the 175-pound post.
on the team have not suffered a de- Willard Hildebrand will be the Wolv-
feat as yet this season. Coach Billy erine's heavyweight entry.
Thom has under his guidance such
stars as Capt. Ray Neal, Lorin Gillin,
and Frank Krabulik. The feature EXPERT PRINT ING
match of the day will probably bring Programs, Bids, Evps., Letterheads
together, Frank Bissell, Michigan high Our Piices are never high
point man, and Artie Peters, Indiana The ATH ENS PRESS
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Coach Keen intends to start the (Next to Postoffice)
same lineup that defeated West Vir-
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will be forfeited since the Wolverines READ THE WANT ADS
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r HERE came to light the other day,
. the rather astounding fact that
W. Lawson Little, British amateur
and national amateur titleholder, isj

national supremacy, west of the Alle-
ghenies, where Michigan brought it
last year.
That Little will eventually assert

Wisconsin Is Trying
First Place In Big
Basketball Race

For
Ten

but number three man on the Leland his supremacy for number one posi-
Stanford golf team. With a team tion on the Stanford squad is rea-
including two men who have been sonably certain. The supremacy of
able to demonstrate their superiority Michigan and Stanford, with three
over Little, Michigan will have con- men whose strength will approxi-
siderable competition when it comes mately balance each other will then
to defend its National Intercollegiate probably rest upon the strength of
title at Memphis next June. the teams' number four men.
Michigan, however, will have the Nothing is known of the Stanford
ahistoroffineteam strength at the number four position,
but not only will three of the 1934 coutteioneforythatdpostion thet
national champions be back, but John competition for that post on the
Fischer, medalist in the 1933 tour- I Michigan squad will be intense.
ney, record low qualifier in the Na- Cal Markham, the Wolverine cap-
tional Amateur and a member of tan, has indicated that he may not
the 1934 Walker Cup team, has an- o able to give full time to the sport
the 94 Wlke Cuptea, ha anin the spring and with him out Alan
nounced that he will compete in the Saunders, a sophomore star, Dana
spring. Secley, whose rounds in the National
Fischer will be supported by Chuck Intercollegiates placed him uponathe
Kocsis, who broke Fischer's qualify- winningteam, and Carroll Sweet, a
ing record with his low medal of 143 letter winner, will probably compete
in the 1934 national meet, and Woody am n e es orb hey o uth
Malloy, one of the most outstanding among themselves for the fourth
of the state's younger golfers. place.
Louisiana State Likes Golf Too
Ahead of Little on the Stanford Twenty Grand Turns In
team have been Jack Hoener andr.
Jack White, neither of whom has had Good Time In Trial Run
extensive national tournament ex-
perience, but both of whom havef LOS ANGELES, Feb. 21- (P) -
bested Little in competition for places Crippled old Twenty Grand took a
on the Stanford squad. morning stroll at Santa Anita track
Hoerner, who comes from Okla- today in anticipation of a $100,000
homa, is open titleholder of that state, horse race here and then sauntered
one of the toughest leagues in the back to the stable to leave the clockers
country. Hoerner was the lone Stan- talking to themselves.
ford representative in the/ last na- With the Santa Anita Handicapj
tional intercollegiates, but failed to only two days off this seven-year-old
qualify. His qualifying round in that son of St. Germans worked the mile
event was not indicative of his real and a quarter in 2 minutes 4 4/5 sec-
strength, however, according to Koc- onds Ito prove that there is yet an-
sis, who played with him, and the other race in his system which night
Wolverine star looks to Hoerner as easily, come out Saturday at the ex-
one of the future stars of the coun- pense of his old rival, Equipose, and
try. a score of other thoroughbreds. His
Although Michigan and Stanford time was just four seconds over his
apparently are the outstanding con- Kentucky Derby record, set in 1931.
tenders for the team championship,
strong squads will be sent by Georgia BOWLING FAVORITES BEATEN
Tech and Louisiana State, which has Herb Schmidt and John Schmeiler
added golf to its claims for athletic eliminated Woodrow Hunter and
recognition. Ralph Sidman yesterday to become
Georgia Tech Is Strong the favorites to win the doubles com-
Georgia Tech will offer a team petition in the Union Bowling tourn-
composed of three members of their ey. Hunter and Sidman had pre-
1934 squad, including Charlie Yates, viously been heavy favorites in the
last year's individual champion, while doubles.
Louisiana State will be led by Fred
Haas, Jr., Western Junior Amateur HANDBALL RESULTS
and Southern Amateur titleholder. Results of the semi-finals of the
The strength of Michigan and State A.A.U. handball tourney will
Stanford, however, will undoubtedly I be found on page six.
keep the Maxwell Cup, symbolical of I

Hot on the trail of a Big Ten bask-
etball championship, the University
of Wisconsin cage team will arrive in
town today, prepared to match bask-
ets with Coach Cappy Cappon's hap-
less Wolverines, tomorrow.
With the Badgers riding on the
crest of a four-game victory wave,
which placed them in second place,
one-half game behind the league-
leaders, Purdue, Madison has gone
basketball crazy, and Wisconsin's
rooters will await with bated breath,
the returns of tomorrow night's tangle
with the Wolverines.
Last Saturday, 8,900 wild rooters
packed the Badger Field House to
capacity to see Wisconsin down In-
diana in an overtime battle in their
last home game.
Coach Harold (Bud) Foster has de-
veloped the tightest guarding team in
the Conference which is evidenced by
the low scores attained by opponents.!
Wisconsin stands at the top of the
heap defensively, having the lowest
number of points caged against it.
Chub Poser, All-Conference guard
last year, and Gilly McDonald, his
running mate, are the key to Wis-
consin's success. Both are hard to get
around for shots; McDonald special-
izes in tracking the opponent's of-
fensive star, having checked each
scoring leader who has taken the floor
against Wisconsin. Poser is an all-
around star; in the Badger's last
game, he provided the winning margin
with 11 points.
Preboski, who leads his team in
scoring with 64 points, and DeMark,
forwards, and Stege, senior center,

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Grid Star Loses Race
And Ice Cream To Hoyt
Charlie C. Hoyt, the Wolverine
track coach, was eating ice cream
yesterday as a result of having of-
fered convincing proof that he can
give practical as well as theoretical
demonstrations of sprinting form.
Cedric Sweet, the grid star, who
has been working out in the sprints
to improve his starts, took Hoyt's
offer on a ten-yard dash with a
quart of ice cream as added stakes,
Tuesday.
Yesterday Sweet paid off, and is
still trying to deny that Hoyt's
edge was five yards.

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or Jones, a sophomore who has de-
veloped rapidly, will complete the
Badger lineup tomorrow.
Coach Cappon's Varsity, which
fared poorly against a reserve five
in scrimmage yesterday, will remain
unchanged for the Badgers, with
Plummer and Meyers, forwards, Gee,
center, and Patanelli and Evans,
guards. The Wolverines guarantee
plenty of action starting at 7:30 Sat-
urday night as they will be out to
topple the Badgers for a previous 34-
20 defeat.

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