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MARCH 1, 1935


Wolverine Six



With Michigan


Of State Hangs,
On Last Series
Team Of Veterans Is Only
Collegiate Six Boasting
Win Over Wolverines
MichiganIs Favored
Fast Play From Start Is
Anticipated; Tech Band
With the State title at stake, Mich-
igan's Conference hockey champions
will tangle with the Michigan Col-
lege of Mines sextet in the last two-
game series of the local schedule to-
night and tomorrow night at the Coli-
seum. Both games will start at 8:30
Tech is the only collegiate team
that has been able to defeat the Maize
and Blue outfit this year. In the
two-game series at Houghton two
weeks ago, the teams split even, Tech
losing to Michigan 2 to 1 the first
night, and winning the second, 3 to 2.
To Open With Rushj
Coach Eddie Lowrey and his skat-
ers will lose no time this evening.
Lowrey has planned. to put on pres-
sure from the opening minute of the
game, hoping to build up a score be-
fore Tech can get started.
Presenting a line-up composed of
experienced players most of whom
have appeared here before, the in-
vading contenders will put up a dang-
erous struggle for the title.
In the forward line, Captain Mor-
ton Croze, right wing, will be sup-
ported by Latimer at center and C.
Ferries at the other wing post. Croze
has been scoring ace of the invaders'
squad this season, and has teamed
with Latimer to form an accurate
passing combination.
Veteran Goal Tender
Goalie Maki is a veteran in the
nets, having turned in stellar per-
formances at that post for two years.
Guarding the Tech territory in front
of the goal are two more veterans,
Olson and Mullins. The latter cap-
tained the Miners last season.
Coach Savini, hailed by Lowrey as
being responsible for all the good
players turned out of the north coun-
try, is acting as mentor to the Tech
aggregation. He replaced Noblet, for-
mer coach, this year.
Savini, incidentally, was coach of
the Calumet high school squad which
Captain Johnny Sherf of the Wolv-
erines captained for three years.
Playing on their home ice, the
Wolverines are favored to win. A
comparison of scores with the Min-
nesota sextet also gives Michigan the'
edge, as the Gophers defeated Tech
four times, while the best they could
get against the Maize and Blue was
two ties.
It was reported yesterday that the
Tech band was accompanying the
team to Ann Arbor. A group of Tech
alumni from Detroit, 200 strong, has
requested reservations for the games,
and the advance sale of tickets at
the Athletic Administration Building,
indicates a capacity crowd.
Michigan Line-ups Techk
W. Chase ... G....... Maki
David......... RD ........Mullins
MacCollum ....LD.........Olson
Heyliger ........C......... Latimer
Courtis ........ R W...... Croze (C)
Sherf .........LW ........ Ferries
Jay Berwanger and Bill Haarlow,
Chicago's stellar athletes, are ushers!
for the university's symphony con-!

Basketbaii, Swimming

Teams Leave Today

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Mann To Take
Fourteen Men
To Ohio State
Buckeyes Are Stropg In!
Sprints; Wolverines Are
Heavy Favorites
Fourteen members of the VarsityI
swimming squad and Coach Mann
leave by automobile at 3 p.m. today
to meet the Buckeyes of Ohio State in,
a dual meet Saturday night at Col-

St. Thomas Repiaces
Brantford As Puck Foe
A change in the last game of the
hockey schedule was announced
yesterday by Eddie Lowrey, Mich-
gan mentor. St. Thomas A.
C., of St. Thomas, Ont., will make
the trip to Ann Arbor March 7,
instead of the Brantford, Ontario,
Owens Leads
Ohio Thinelad

TOMORROW has been officially set
aside in Michigan and Ohio as
"Show No Mercy" Day. The occasion
is the conflict between teams repre-
senting the state universiites of the
two Commonwealths in four sports.
"Show No Mercy!" became the fa-
mous slogan of Buckeye fans last
fall when they saw that their football
team was going to "Mangle Mich-
igan." Tomorrow four Wolverine
teams will have an opportunity to
show whether that "mangling" was
due only to a temporary debility or
may become a permanent affliction.
The way things look now the schools
will break even, Michigan winning
the swimming and track meets; Ohio
I the basketball and wrestling. The
only team conceded a chance to do
much mangling is Matt Mann's swim-
ming aggregation which Pas prom-
ised to "shoot the works" in seeking
retribution for the 34-to-0 catastro-
phe on the turf of Memorial Stadium
last fall.
The Buckeye basketeers have al-
ready beaten Michigan once this sea-
son and are now a much-improved
team over what they were then, if we
consider their upset of Purdue as
meaning anything. Michigan's de-
fense ought to save them from "mang-
ling" however.
Both wrestling coaches have been
emitting agonized moans about in-
juries and ineligibilities, and one1
might think the meet would end in a
scoreless tie, each team having been
forced to forfeit every match. On
past performances we must given the
Bucks an edge.
The real piece de resistance of the
day is the track meet in Yost Field
House. Star Dust predicted on Sun-
day that Michigan would win by 12
points or more. Although Coach
Chuck Hoyt characterized that esti-
mate as "pretty optimistic" we're
sticking to it. Some of the other ex-
perts give Michigan a minimum mar-
gin of 15 points.
N THE WELTER of inter-state
rivalries it will not do to forget
the little intra-state matter which is
to be disposed of at the Coliseum to-
night and tomorrow night.
Rumor has it that the Michigan
Tech team was not such a perfect
host on the ice as off it during the
recent series at Houghton. Rumor
goes on to state that maybe there will
be a couple of good fights at the Tech-
Michigan games for the championship
of the State.
We are as much opposed to fight-
ing at hockey games as the next per-
son but do think that the noble res-
traint shown by Messrs. Sherf, Hey-
liger, David, and MacCollum in the
Minnesota series, is too much to ex-
pect for tonight and tomorrow. They
wanted the title more than they
wanted a poke at Gophers Russ,
Gray, or Wagnild, but there is a strong
possibility that no punches will be
pulled this heek-end.
two brothers, from Houghton,
appear here in tonight's hockey game,
has no problem of conflicting loyal-
ties over the impending battles.
When asked which team she would
pull for she promptly replied, "Mich-
igan Tech."L

Co-captains Bob Renner and Tay-
lor Drysdale lead the Michigan squad
which includes five sprinters, two Ward, Stoller, And Ohio
distance men, two breast-strokers.
two back-stroke swimmers, and three Flash Will Contend In

The Wolverine performers should
score heavily in the breast-stroke,
medley relays, while Ohio State is
expected to pile up points in the
sprints, with the diving and sprint
relay a toss-up.
Aiding Renner in the 50 and 100-
yard free-style events will be Ogden
Dalrymple, Bob Mowerson, Ed Drew,
and Paul Keeler or Dick Blake. Tex
Robertson and Frank Barnard will
meet Ohio's Dexter Woodford in the
220 and quarter-mile with some good
times expected.
Drysdale and Fred Cody will have'
their hands full with sophomore
Charlie Salie of the Buckeyes in the
150-yard back-stroke, but breast-
strokers Jack Kasley and Bill Crit-
tenden will probably not be pressed
by Captain George Colville in the 200-
yard event.
Coach Mann has picked Ned Dief-
endorf, Frank Fehsenfeld, and Ben
Grady as divers for Saturday's meet.
Diefendorf and Fehsenfeld will prob-
ably compete officially in the event
which is to be held off the high board.
Michigan Mat
Team To Meetj
Ohio Saturday

Dash Feature

A. squad of 25 Ohio State tracksters.
led by the brilliant Jesse Owens, will
invade Yost Field House tomorrow
night to meet Michigan in a dual
meet which is expected to be a pre-
view of the Western Conference team
championships to be held next week
in Chicago.
Some of the outstanding stars of
the Conference will appear in tomor-
row's meet, and observers have gen-
erally predicted that it will be the
feature event of the indoor season.
Hoyt to Take 24 Men
Coach Charlie Hoyt has named 24
men to represent Michigan in meeting
the Buckeye invasion, led by Captain
Harvey Smith in the half-mile and
mile, and Willis Ward, "the one-man
track team," who will be entered in
the 65-yard high hurdles, 65-yard low
hurdles, and 60-yard dash.
The meet will mark the first ap-
pearance here in competition of
Owens, hailed as the most brilliant
star on the American track horizon.
Owens, who has tied the recognized
world mark for the 100-yard dash
outdoors in 9.4 seconds, will be en-
tered in the 60-yard dash, 65-yard
high hurdles, and 65-yard low hurdles.
Owens last week established a newI
}world's mark of 6.6 seconds in the
60-meter dash at the National Senior
A.A.U. meet, as well as a new world's#
indoor mark for the broad jump of
25 feet, 9 inches. The broad jump is
rot scheduled for the Michigan-Ohio
State meet, however, nor for the Con-
ference meet which follows next week.
Ward faces Owens
Owens will be faced in the dash by
Willis Ward, making his final home
appearance indoors, Sam Stoller, who
has met the Buckeye sophomore in
competition which has extended over
five years, and Davey Barnes, Wol-
verine dash star who last year went
to the finals in the Big Ten meet.,
In the hurdles events Owens willl
meet Ward, who has announced anj
attempt to smash his own Field House
Secord of 8.2 seconds for the high!
hurdles event, Moreau Hunt, who
holds the dual meet record in the lows
c of 7.5 seconds, and Bob Osgood.
Records for dual meet encounters
between the two schools are expected
to be broken in practically every
event, while several Field House rec-
ords will meet concerted onslaughts.
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ertaken By Test In First
Preparing for the rattling war clubs
s Will Attempt To of the infielders and outfielders in
the batting cage at the south end
Second Place In of Yost Field House next Monday, 1
rence Coach Ray Fisher is grooming his
batterymen in daily drills. The pitch-
ers will be able to toss them up with
s basketball entourage of enough stuff so that they are not t
and Coach Cappon will knocked down by eager sluggers lin-
eir last road trip this af- ing groove balls back to the box, ac- 9
r Columbus, where they cording to Fisher.
io State in the Buckeye'sArt Patchin heads the list of mound
Saturday ight. Mich- candidates afid has already displayed
lonclude its season here a fast ball that is better than last
;ht against Illmnois. year. His curve is beginning to show
o their last act with sev- the hop it had most of last season,
d four losses, the Bucks and Art is managing to break it close
ting for a four-way share to the corners. If he can develop his
lace in the Big Ten, hing- change of pace he should have a very
n Ohio victory and losses successful year.
by Illinois, Indiana and George Butler, lanky sophomore
three occupants of second right hander, has showed a fair fast
ie of their two remaining ball and a good curve in practice so
far, but a sore arm that developed
g to Harry Volk, sports several days ago has resulted in his
the Ohio State Lantern, confining himself to work on his curve
lowly Wolverines will be and his change of pace, with the re-
s for the powerful Buck- sult that his fast ball, that needs more
igan is regarded as a set- attention than anything else, has
ound Columbus, but a sur- been neglected. His arm should work
store for the Buckeyes if itself out quite soon, however, and
forwards start hitting the the flaws in the fast ball delivery
orrow. smoothed over.
te's quintet is now a great- Practice Begins Monday
3 team over the one which Official practice will begin in the
n overtime, 33-30 triumph cages Monday, but many of the play-
Wolverines in the most ers depended upon to hold down regu-
me in the Field House this lar berths on the Varsity will not be
out until the conclusion of hockey
erts Four New Mien ( and basketball seasons.
t game, Coach Harold Ol- From the ranks of the pucksters
erted four new men in the will come the wings of this year's
-up, and the new combina- championship hockey team, Dick Ber-
* from the start. His great- ryman as a catcher and Vic Heyliger
Earl Thomas, 6 foot-2 inch as an outfielder. Both bays are rated
center, whose fine play on as excellent *prospects and their names
ne has set up Whitlinger may well be in the startling line-up
his scoring opportunities. when then the ball team opens its
'itics are comparing him eastern road trip.
er (Bill) Hoskett, Ohio's Cappy Cappon's cage squadwi
once center two years ago, alsoayild Capweanh'sfcaensquad wil
ne Ohniwo yates scorig.baseball team when this rather dull
er, Ohio State's scoring season reaches its conclusion. Ferris
ed Wilson, have replaced Jennings and George Rudness are
and Smith, forwards. both promising outfielders, Russ Oliv-
is the fourth leading Big er, George Ford, and Jack Teitel-
with 127 points. Wilson baum are three infielder who will be
l of 98, and Tippy Dye, in the thick of the fight for Varsity
guard, has 84 points, sec- berths.
o Gunning of Indiana in Pre-season dope on the personnel
ed by a guard. Of the of a ball team is mostly guesswork,
Vhitlinger and Wilson will but a good guess at prseentswould
ast game for Ohio State. find Johnny Regeczi, Vic Heyliger,
appon has also made sev- and George Rudness in the outfield,
ions in his lineup for to- Dick Berryman catching, and Art
'amagno and Evans will Patchin as starting pitcher. 'In the
forwards in place of Mey- infield either Joe Lerner or Matt Pat-
lummer. Gee will jump anelli at first, Clayt Paulson at sec-
h Rudness and Patanelli, ond, Jack Teitelbaum at short, and
he other five men making either George Ford or Russ Oliver
e Teitelbaum and Meyers, at third.
olomon, center, Plummer Veterans To Play
guards. ' Regeczi, Patchin, Paulson, and

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The wrestling meet with Ohio
State Saturday will be one of four
athletic events with the Buckeyes to
be held on that day. The track, swim-
ming and basketball squads will also
be going through their paces againstI
the scarlet and gray teams.
Coach Bernard Mooney's Ohio State
znat team has had a very successful
,eason so far. The Buckeye grapplers
have been defeated only once and
.hat was by Indiana, who put up anI
impressive showing in beating Mich-
igan 22-6 last Saturday.
Both teams will be endeavoring to
get the undisputed right to second
place in the Conference. In the Con-
ference, the Buckeyes have defeated
the same teams as have the Wol-
verines and by nearly similar scores.
Northwestern and Chicago have fallen
before both mat squads.
The Ohio State team which de-
feated Northwestern last week with
three substitutes in the line-up was
composed of the following men: 118-
pounds, Leonard Fauver; 126-pounds,
Don Rhotun; 135-pounds, Bill Rob-
bins; 145-pounds, Len Faurot; 155-
pounds, Co-Captain Downes; 165-1
pounds, Dave Schuger; substitutingI
for Co-Captain Walt Cramer who is
out with an injured leg; 175-pounds,
Walt Heiser and Heavyweight.Char-
l ey Black.

)n Will See
.A.A. Title Tilt
RAPIDS, Feb. 28 -(/P)-
id Albion Colleges will set-
sketball championship of
an Intercollegiate Athletic
Wednesday night in a

Oliver were regulars on last year's
team. Lerner played several games
at first base when Wistert pitched,

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Reach Season's Height ~post-season game at Jackson.
The play-off, under a rule adopted
Winter sports activities at the I-M by the Association last year to pre-
building are now in their final stages vent titular ties, became necessary
with several All-Campus tournaments when Hillsdale defeated Albion last
in progress or planned to start within Tuesday, 39-35, in a double overtime
the next two weeks.d t game that closed the regular season.
Ihree men have advanced to the
quarter-finals in the indoor tennis
competition. They are Kasabach,
Elkes. and Anderson, last year's Friday & Saturday
champion. In handball Bates, runner-
up last year, is in 'the semi-finals
and Kunitz and Rosen are quarter- SS


BACK IN THE FIGHT We hope the athletic administration -__
After four years of inactivity China will take this slight suggestion in the A.A.U. meets was eminently satisfac-
has decided to enter the Davis Cup spirit we offer it: Couldn't we please 1ory, and far superior to Coach Ken+
tournament again in 1935. In all the have a public address system installed1 Deherty's voice through a megaphone,
years of competition, China has not for the track meet Saturday night? the method used at the triangular
yet won the coveted cup. . The system in use at the recent! meet last week.
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