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THE MIC IIGAN DAILY.

TUESDAY, FEBRUA

Y 12,

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Strong

Michigan

Defense Shuts

Out Ontario

Aoggies. 2-0

Bill Chase Stars
In Nets; Sherfg
Heyliger Score
Team Protects Sub Goalie
Effectively In Ragged
Defensive Battle
By KENNETH PARKER
Bill Chase, the other half of the
gaunt Chase twins, substituted for
incapacitated Johnny Jewell in the
1Miichigan nets last night at the Coli-
seum and was good enough to score
a shutout over the none-too-hard-
skating-or-hard-shooting Ontario Ag-
Aggies, of Guelph, Ont., 2 to 0. It
was Chase's initial appearance both
as a Varsity player and as a goalie,
but he duplicated the auspicious first
performance of his brother Ed, who
scored a goal against Wisconsin in
his first game.
A fair-sized crowd which had as-
sembled as much to see if all the
Michigan pucksters had survived the
exams as to watch the new goalie
cavort in the nets, showed none too
much confidence in the lean substi-
tute, expressing unusual delight when
he stopped the few hard shots which
got past the Michigan defense-
Well Protected
The work of Larry David and Red
MacCollum, body checking, back
checking and driving the opposing
forwards into the corners, kept Chase
pretty well protected. Seven saves
were recorded in the first period,
seven in the second, and five in the
final period for the Michigan goalie.
In contrast to this, the Wolverine
wings rifled long shots all evening at
little Normie Scott, tender for the
4ggies, and kept him busy turning
away 40 shots, one of which caught
him in the throat in the third per-
iod, laying him out for a short time.
The night's scoring bracketed a
drab exhibition of hockey, the first
goal coming midway in the first per-
ipd on a solo dash by Johnny Sherf,
and the second very late in the third
period when Heyliger took the re-
bound on a bullet-like shot by Sherf,
and pushed the puck past Goalie
Scott.
Sherf Opens Scoring
The Wolverines played economical
hockey in theafirst period, counting
on the one real opportunity Which,;
presented itself. Sherf picked up the
rubber in the middle of the ice, when
a shdt was blocked by one of the
Michigan defense men, skated around
the Aggies' defense, and sent a hard,,
fast one past the goalie.
The second period found neither
side able to break through for a goal;
and most of the third period was a
duplicate of the second, until the last
few minutes of play when Heyliger
got hold of the puck while the Card-
inal wingmen were deep in Mich-
igan ice, passed to Sherf, who. rifled
a hard drive at the' goal. Rieyliger,
following up nicely, took the re-
bound from close in and fairly pushed
Scott as well as the rubber into the
net.
Last night's contest besides extend-
ingMichigan's string of victories to
seven games, put a stop to all fears
that Coach Eddie Lowrey would lose

STAR DUSTRT
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Gophers Handj
Michigan Fifth
Big Ten Defeat
Wolverines Bow, 29-26, As
Meyers Garners Eleven
Points To Lead Attack
(Continued from Page 1)

R ECEIVED from the sheriff of Ash-
tabula County, Ohio.
Gentlemen:
Harry Kipke is going to be with
us this month and I would appreciate
it very much if you could send me
a couple of mats of Kipke so I could
get a story and the picture in our
local paper.
We expect this to be one of the'
outstanding events of the year. I
(Signed) Jerry Benson,
Sheriff, Ashtabula County...
Maybe he'd like a complete set of
finger prints, too?
Michigan's baseball team's hopes of
going to Japan again this summer as
they did in 1932 are temporarily
dashed by the invitation extended to
the Yale University team by the Jap-
anese authorities. The Eli board in
control has not yet accepted but will
probably do so since Harvard went
last year, breaking the Big Three's
traditional aloofness from such trips.
The Wolverines made the trip in
1929, and '32 and expected an invi-
tation this year.
WHILE MICHIGAN'S track teami
was giving a good account of it-
self in the highly successful Michigan
A.A.U. relay carnival held Saturday
in Yost Field House, Jesse OwensI
was amassing a total of 18 points in
a dual meet between Ohio State and
Indiana at Columbus.!
The Buckeyes' sensational sopho-
more star garnered firsts in the 60-
yard dash, the 70-yard low hurdles,
broad jump and a second in the 70-
yard high hurdles, but comparative
records fail to show outstanding su-
periority over performers in the Mich-
igan meet.
Owens' time in the dash event was
6.3 seconds, identical with the times
recorded by Willis Ward and Sanit
Stoller of Michigan in the A.A.U.
meet. Ward was given first after al-
most a dead-heat finish in which the
judges disagreed as to the positions.
Comparisons between Owens' time
of 7.7 seconds which set a new field
house record in the low hurdles with
the time of John Mullins of Western
State who smashed'YostsField House
records in winning the 60-yard lows
in 7.1 seconds are impossible because
of the differences in the distance and
number of flights, as are the times of
Ward in winning the 60-yard highs1
here in 8.2 seconds with the winning
GR!DDERS TO PRACTICE
Football practice will be held
next week Monday at 4 p.m. in the
Intramural Building, instead of 4
p.m. Wednesday in the Field

time in the 70-yard highs at Colum-
bus of 8.7 seconds.
Owens demonstrated his strength;
in the broad jump, however, when heE
won the event in setting a new record
of 24 feet, 612 inches. This event is
not included on the Conference in-

EVENTS OF TIRE WEEK
Ba sketball
Saturday - University of Iowa
at Iowa City.
Indoor Track
Friday - University of Minne-
sota at Miinneapolis.
Hockey
Friday and Saturday-Michigan
College of Mines and, Technology
at Houghton.
Swimming
Saturday, 8:00 p.m. - British
Empire Champions at the Intra-
mural swimming pool.
.. ... ....W restling .. .. . ...
Saturday - University of West
Virginia at Morgantown.
Max Baer Will Aid
ire 7 W-b XIr "

lnterfraternity Swimming Meet
Preliminaries Begin Wednesday
Fifteen fraternities have entered Monday, Feb. 18, the state handball
teams in the annual Interfraternity singles tournament will begin. It
swimming meet, which in the st will be played in the Intramral
has been one of the outstanding ath- cors Thiry-d inate haveren
ietic events on the Intramural pro- courts. Thirty-two players hate cn-
gram. In this meet all fraternities tered including a large delegation
compete at one time as distinguished from Detroit. Local entries arc Al
from the dual meets which were held Hilburger, Bill Bates, A. W. Smith,
carlier in the year. John Spiecher, and Bob Kunitz.
The preliminary events will be.gin The University extensions depart-
at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday. and the ment is offering class instruction in
finals will be at 5 p.m., Thur jday. six sports, namely: swimming, squash,
There are eight events of which one tennis, fencing, archery, and badmin-
man can enter only two and a relay. ion. The course starts tonight at
For entrance points a team must havc 7:00 and is open to all men and
at least four men competing. vwomen. The fee is $5 for 16 lessons.
The'Intramural gym floor bas Twelve men have entered the All-

door meet program. I couldn't connect. Dick Joslin attempt-
ed 10 shots in the fifteen minutes
THE SPORT STAFF of The Mich-I he was in, revealing his usual tend-
igan Daily is in dire need of a ency to try impossible shots rather
curling expert. We've been caught than pass to a teammate.
stranded up the proverbial creek by The lead changed three times in the
the announcement that the Detroit first nine minutes, Stelzer opening the
Curling Club will give an exhibition scoring with two free throws. Baskets
at the Coliseum February 19 or 26. by Gee and Meyers and Evans' free
Apparently the Michigan Alumni in throw gave the Michigan team five
Detroit feel that the lack of a Varsity points and the lead which they speed-
curling team is regrettable and must ily relinquished when Baker connect-
brmed e immedtely. sed for his first two field goals.
Part of the letter sent to Eddie Roscoe, Baker and Stelzer collected
Lowrey by J. Fred Lawton, author of goscin Bikesin efe ey-
sundry college songs, perennial alum- goals in quick succession before Mey-
nus-at-pep-meetings, and father of ers got his second bucket. Stelzer
the present senior class president, is offset his own one-handed basket
reproduced here: when he fouled Meyers who made!
We will probably send our "ice" good on two free throws.3
man out to mark your ice and Baker ran his point total to 10 with
"pebble" it. We will bring a truck load two more baskets and Meyers made
of curling stones, Scatch costumes, his third free throw before the half
and maybe a bag piper for Scotch ended with the Gophers leading, 18 toI
atmosphere. 10.
(Maybe Dean Bursley should be Patanelli gave Michigan three
warned to look into this ."Scotch points points with a free throw and
atmosphere" stuff.) a field goal to open the second half,,
Anyway, the Camels are coming, but from then on until the entrance of
my friends, and anyone of you who the Wolverine substitutes they were
can speak intelligently of "pebbled" held scoreless while Norman got threeI
ice, curling stones, etc., will be very consecutive baskets from his pivot po-
I welcome as The Daily's correspondent sition.
pro tem. Michigan FG FT TP P SA
Meyers, f........3 5 11 0 22
Sir Malcolm Campbell Plmmer, f .....0 0 0 1 11
Sets New Speed MarksGaee cg.........1 0 2 1 9
Patanelli, g. . .. ..1 0 2 1 6
DAYTONA BEACH, FLa., Feb. 11 Evans, g ........0 1 1 0 2
-(,P)--Sir Malcom Campbell, world's Ford, f ..........1 0 2 0 1
automobile speed king, set new ( Solomon, f ......0 0 0 0 2
American stock car records on the Joslin, e........1 0 2 0 10
beach here today while forced to Tomagno, g ......1 0 2 0 2f
leave his record-holding Bluebird in Rudness, g . . .0 0 0 0 3
its garage beacuse of inadequate Rieck, g........0 0 0 0 0
beach conditions. Jennings, g ..... 2 0 4 1 7
He boosted the flying start rec- 10 6 26 4 75
ords as follows: One mile from 86.295 Minnesota FG FT TP P SA
to 88.202. Five miles from 86.237 to Stelzer, f .......2 2 6 4 11
88.051. Baker, f ........6 1 13 0 15I
Campbell set the new records in Norman, c... 4 0 8 0 18
a new 1935 Hudson sedan.i Roscoe, g..... 0 2 1 8
The flying start records Campbell Seebach, g ......0 0 0 0 1
broke today were set on Muroc Dry Kupperberg, f .0 0 0 1 2
Lake in 1934 by'Tony Gullotta. Wallblom, f .....0 0 0 0 0
Following Campbell's record- Freimuth, c.....0 0 0 0 0
breaking performances, Buddy Marr Svendson, g.....0 0 0 1 2
did some smashing runs, setting a Kane, g ........0 0 0 0 0
new mark for stock cars (Hudson) 26 3 29 9 57
from a standing start and bettered Score at half, Minnesota 18, Mich-
his old mark of 67.969 by doing the igan 10.
mile in 68.188. His old mark was Missed free throws: Michigan -
made in 1933 on the beach here. Meyers 2, Joslin 1, Patanelli 1, Rieck

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theiefore will not be opened until
SAN F.RANUi CCO, eb. --Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. At this tine
A the Interfraternity basketball c n-
Five years after his crushng Xsts petition will resume with 20 game7
battered Frankie Campbell into in- scheduled for the opening night.

Campus codeball tournament which
begins at 4:15 p.m. today. This tour-
ney will be followed by the State
A.A.U. and the National A.A.U., all
of which will be played in the Intra-
mural courts.

sensibility and later death, Max Baer
is ccming to a San Francisco rin
to tcss punches for the unfortunate
fighter's widow.
Through his managzr, Ancil ErUT-
man, the heavyweight chamnion has
agreed to meet Stanley Poreda, of
Jersey City, in a four-round bout Fri-
day. Six-ounce gloves will be used.1
It will not be an exhibition. Proceeds
of the prcgram, except for the barej
expenses tC cover preliminary bouits
and Poreda's purse, will be turned
over to Mrs. Campbell.

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Last minute reports on make-up ex- 3
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factory. Gil McEachern and Johnny team provided outstanding perform-
Jewell are the only losses sustained ances in the Michigan A.A.U. relay
thus far, the former leaving school
and the latter recovering from an carnival held Saturday in Yost Field
appendectomy. House.
SUMMARIES With Johnny Mullins of Western
State Teachers' College and Bill
M~ichigan Pos Ontario
Chase, Bill ....Goalie ........Scott Zepp of Michigan State Normal,
David.. .RD. GamboulWard and Smith accounted for three
acCollum.....D......Doucette records shattered and another tied.
Heyliger.......C.......Ready Mullins acounted for the biggest
Berryman.......RW ........ .Graper personal slash in records as he broke
Berym........LW........Warner the Field House record in the 60-
yard low hurdles in the afternoon
Michigan spares: Courtis, Ed. preliminaries and in the finals cut
Chase. - another tenth second from his mark
Ontario spares: Ferguson, Sloane, making a new record of 7.1 seconds.
Gagnon, Armstrong. In the half-mile run Smith ran
First period - scoring: Sherf 13:42. the field into the ground op the last
Penalties - none. lap to break the record set by Otto
ecdperiod-scoring: None. Pongrace of Michigan State, creat-
SecoPenalties: Graper (tripping).ng a new mark of 1:55.8.
Zepp trailed Tom Ottey of Mich-
Third period - Scoring: Heyliger igan State, national cross-country
(Sherf) 19:50. Penalties: None. champion, for 14 laps in the twoI
Saves - Chase .........7 7 5 1.rmile run but put on a sprint for the
Saves - Scott .........12 15 13 last two laps which left Ottey far
Referee - Percy Traub, Detroit. behind, smashing the Spartan's rec-
ord time, set last year, with 9:21.8.
Besides tying his own 60-yard high
SORT OF A SHRINE hurdle mark of 8.2 seconds, Ward
The suits of famous Indiana track garnered a first in the 60-yard dash
stars are being placed in glass trophy in a close finish with Sam Stoller,
cases. _the Wolverine sophomore star, in 6.3,

and tied fqr first in the high jump
at 6 feet, 2 inches.
The Michigan mile relay team,
composed of Fred Stiles, Howard
Davidson, Harvey Patton, and Cap-
tain Smith easily bested teams from
Chicago and Wisconsin, in the Uni-
versity relay division.
In the pole vault Dave Hunn went
over a 13 feet, 3 inches to tie for
first with Lowry of Michigan Nor-
mal. Howard Stein, a Michigan
freshman, was credited with a vault
of over 12 feet, but did not place.

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