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THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1936

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THRDA-JNUR 913-PG

Cagers Work .
For Impending
Gopher Battle
Varsity Seeks To Combat
Close Guarding System
Of Defensive Play
Realizing that they must find a sys-
tem of carrying the ball down the
floor despite the close guarding which
all of the Varsity's opposition is
bringing into play against them if
they are to remain title-contender,
in the Big Ten basketball race, the
Michigan cagers went through a hard
scrimmage against Coach Ray Fish-
er's freshmen yesterday in prepara-
tion for the Minnesota game at Yost
Field House Saturday night.
Paced by Jake Townsend who
scored 24 points, hitting 11 baskets
in 21 attempts, the Varsity ran up
46 points to the freshmen's 4. Coach
Fisher instructed his charges to check
the first team closely in the same
way that the Indiana and Butler de-
fenses stopped the Wolverines pow-
erful offense, but the Varsity using
a criss-cross formation and fast
breaks got through and scored almost
at will.
Townsend has done but little shoot-
ing in any of the eight games that
the Varsity has played so far de-
spite numerous openings preferring
to pass the ball. In the practice
scrimmages, however, he has demon-
strated his shooting ability often and
observers believe that fans will be
seeing more shooting from the soph-
omore ace during the remainder of
the season.
Tamagno Not In Uniform
Capt. Chelso Tamagno, who suf-
fered an injured leg muscle in the
Butler tilt, was not in uniform yes-
terday and probably will not be avail-
able for the Minnesota contest. Earl
Meyers, who started in his place in
both the Toledo and Indiana games,
continued to fill the vacant guard
position.
' Coach Cappon is taking no chances
in his preparations for Minnesota, for
though the Gopher's have suffered
several losses and dropped their Con-
ference opener to Illinois by a 42 to 19
score, they demonstrated in the last
of their pre-season games which they
lost 27 to 26 to the strong Notre Dame
five that they are improving and can
be dangerous.
George Roscoe, hard hitting Min-
nesota halfback, has been the spark
plug of the Gopher five with Jimmy
Baker leading the scorers. Coach
Dave MacMillan has not decided on
any definite starting lineup but has
been changing his combinations with
every game searching for five men
with enough speed and accuracy to
compensate for lack of height.
No Regular Center
King, Jones, Freimuth, and Gustaf-
son have seen service at the center
post which Gordon Norman, All-Con-
ference center last year, left vacant
by graduation, but MacMillan still
has not selected any one of them as
starter.
In the Illinois game the scoring was
well divided with seven men scoring
one field goal apiece.
Next Monday night the Varsity
will travel to Lafayette, Ind., to take
on, the fast-breaking Purdue squad,
which by virtue of an easy Confer-
ence schedule is favored to finish
at the top of the heap as usual.
For the ' first time in years the
Wolverines will hold a height ad-
vantage over the Boilermakers and
experts are counting on this advan-
tage to bring the Michigan team out
on top.
ALL-CAMPUS ENTRIES OPEN
Students desiring to take part
in All-Campus tournaments in

handball, tennis, bowling, and
codeball are requested to enter
not later than Friday. Entries
will be accepted in the general
office in the Intramural Sports
Building,

Injured Diver

Der Johnston, one of Coach Matt
Mann's sterling quintet of divers
and for two years a member of the
All-American Collegiate Swimming
Team, will be unable to perform
against Indiana Saturday after-
noon in the Intramural pool due to
a split toe sustained when he struck
the bottom of the pool in practice
- this week.

Net Team Will
Engage Detroit
In Indoor Tilts
Varsity Schedules Pair Of
Practice Matches With
Auto CityTennis Club
Coach John Johnstone announced
yesterday that two practice matches
had been scheduled with the Detroit'
Tennis Club for the middle of this
month and thatattempts were being
made to contact the newly formed
Grosse Pointe Club for a match. Ten-
nis is rapidly becoming a year-around
sport, and here at Michigan the f a-
cilities for all-year play are the best
in the Conference, four courts being
available dailr for use-
Michigan encounters the two
strongest teams in the Big Ten,
Northwestern and Chicago, in the
dual meet season and only constant
practice and team harmony can get
the Varsity into shape to defeat those
two squads who, on paper at least,
look to be much superior.
Although it is zoo early in the
season to state any positive opinions,
this year's squad does not look to be
as strong as last year's team which
turned in a very mediocre record in
Conference competition. Outstand-
ing among the newcomers is Jesse
Flick, a transfer from Texas. Re-
turning from last year are Captain
Howard Kahn, Jarvis Dean, John
Rodriguez, and Miller Sherwood. Ted
Thorward, also a letterwinner last
year is out West at present but is
expected to return for the second
semester.
Coach Johnstone has worked out
several charts by which he hopes to
improve the position play and court
strategy of the team members. Prac-
tice of late has been devoted to the
study of the angling of shots and
anticipation of the opponents' moves.
Any man interested in trying out
for the squad may report to Coach
Johnstone any day between the hours
of 1:00-3:30 p.m. ready to play.
Jimmy Foxx' Salary
Reported At $25,000
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 8 - (P) -
The Ledger says that the contract
Jimmy Foxx signed with the Boston
Red Sox today is for one year at a
salary of $25,000.
His contract with the Athletics,
which was destroyed, still had two
years to run, at a figure estimated at
$18,000 annually.
He was given the increase after he
explained to Tom Yawkey, Rd Sox
owner, that he would be giving up
several contracts, including one for
radio broadcasting, when he left
Philadelphia.

Batterymen Begin Drills For
Oncoming Baseball Campaign

Allison Said To Be
No.1 In1935 Rating
NEW YORK Jan. 8 - (A') - Two

By FRED DE LANOE
Gazing three months into the fu-
ture when his baseball team will have
opened its 1936 schedule, Coach Ray!
Fisher is daily conducting practice
sessions in the Field House for his
battery men.
The large part of his present squad
is from last year's freshman team.
with a number of others unable to;
report due to their being on theI
basketball squad. Fisher will not
call out his complete squad until the{
second semester starts.
At present workouts are very light,
consisting mainly of drills that will
bring the men back into condition.
Fisher stating yesterday that until'
after the end of the semester there
will be no hard throwing. He is in-
tent now on perfecting form and
control in his moundsmen.!
Kim Williams, who was first string
catcher last year, is still doing most
of the receiving with Les Brauser
doing the rest. John Jablonski, vet-
eran backstop who was ineligible last
year, will report after the basketball
season, but may be converted into aj
first baseman. Besides Capt. Berger
Larson, Art "Lefty" Settle is the only
Frank Bissell, Recovered
From Illness, Works Out,
Prospects for a successful wrestling
season reached a new high, following
the holiday win over New York Ath-
letic Club, when Frank Bissell, starI
165-pound grappler, reported for
practice yesterday, recovered from an
attack of influenza which kept him
out of action in the big city meet.
Bissell worked out with Julian
Gregory, former EasternIntercol-
legiate mat champion from Prince-
ton, and later pinned Bailey and
Bill Lowell, 175-pounder. He also
exhibited his ability to "get out from
underneath" when Lowell was unable
to ride him in four tries. Bissell's
speed and quick thinking were too
much for Lowell. The star football
guard also drilled on the switch
which Coach Keen said he may adopt
as means of escape. It may be used
from either a knee or standing posi-
tion.

veteran pitcher working out now. New York newspapers today printed
John Gee drilled throughout the fall unofficial but apparently well-found-
months but is confined now to bas- ed reports that the Men's National
ketball. tennis singles ranking for 1935 would
Bob Marnden, Ed Andronik, Merle be as follows:
Kremer and Bert Smith, the first: No. 1, Wilmer Allison; No. 2, Don-
three all sophomores, round out thea
squad that is drilling at present. John4 Sidney Wood No. 5Frank Shiels;
Smithers will report when he has No. 6, Frank Parker; No. 7, Gregory
recovered from a present illness. Mangin; No. 8, J. Gilbert Hall; No.
Coach Fisher's biggest task this 9. Wilmer Hines; No. 10, John Van
year will be replacing the infield of Ryn.
the 1934 team which was depleted by
graduation. His outfield is prac-
tically intact from a year ago and if CLEARANCE
the size of his corps of hurlers is
anything to go by Fisher may find SA LE
the burden of picking starting hurl-
ers a light one.

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SHIRT
SALE

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Discount

RIGHT AT THE TOP
Tony Canzoneri, veteran boxer, has
fought for or in defense of a fistic
title twelve times since 1928, when he
first became a champion, in the
featherweight class.

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Line-ups And
Summaries

Collar attached, also Neck-
band Style and Tab Collars.
White, Figured Broadcloth,
Plain White Broadcloth,
Fancy Patterns . . .
$2.50 and $1.95 Values
$ I69
2 for $3.25
Neckwear
$1.50 Val, 1.29, 2 for $2.50
$1.00 Val., 79c, 2 for $1.50
THE DOWNTOWN STORE
FOR MICHIGAN MEN
$t bub & itsaxe
wIe Serve &m Sens ,Again1
609 *OUT" MAIN *TRWL

OVERCOATS

Blue

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Blue
Kersey Jackets
Sweaters

" Short vamp, thick through
the hips, built close to the
ground-the LO-DOWN
gives your foot the smart,
close-coupled look young men
are favoring. Ample toe room.
Snug fit at arch, ankle and heel.
Semi-soft toe.

SUITS

Michigan Pos. Ilderton
Low G Chapman
Smith LD Freeborn
David RD Kennedy
Heyliger C B. Given
Berryman LW J. Given
Merrill RW Robson
Michigan Spares: Fabello, Simp-
son, Griggs, Shalek, Ilderton, Law-
son, Keen, Morton, Stewart, Maurice.
Referee: Paddy Farrell.
First Period: Scoring-
Heyliger (David) 0:45.
Fabello (Heyliger) 4:25.
Berryman (Heyliger) 7:45.
Berryman (Heyliger) 11:52.
Robson (Keen) 15:58.
Heyliger 17:21.
Penalities: David (Roughing).
Second Period Scoring-
Heyliger 0:45.
Heyliger (Berryman) 10:11.
Berryman (Heyliger) 16:24.
Penalties: Keen (tripping).
J. Given, Smith (fighting).
Third Period: Scoring-
Heyliger 3:17.
Penalties: Simpson (Board check-
ing.

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To make room for our fast increasing clothing business we are compelled
to close out our entire shoe stocks of fine
SUEDES --- SCOTCH GRAINS - - - CALFS
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PAIRS

SIZE CHART
52 6 6% 7 7% 8 8 9 91/210 10 211 111
B. 1 2 4 4 4 6 3 3 3 2 2 2 1
C. 3 12 18 20 16 6 10 9 13 14 27 18 2
Ds 6 23 17 13 7 7 9 10 8 18 28 17

JANUARY
WOOLEN SPECIPLS

SPATS, ALL SHADES . . . . 83c

FlEGEL'S

A REAL-

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20% off

TWO GROUPS

JAN UARY

CLEARANCE

$29.50

and

$34.50

SALE
Now On All
MEN'S and BOY'S

SUITS & OVERCOATS

SUITS
OVERCOATS
TOP COATS
Men's Shirts
ONE LOT - 1.59
3 for $4.50 $1.5
Values $1.95 to $2.50
ONE LOT-
3uE O$3.50 $1.19
Values $1.50 to $1.95

-I ESE are all Higher Priced Worsteds, Chev-
iots and Tweeds and are being offered
you for the balance of January at the above
low prices because we want to clean up our
stock of woolens as closely as possible before
the arrival of Spring Woolens.
It's a REAL opportunity of saving from
Five to Ten Dollars on each suit pattern.
If you are interested stop in at your earliest
convenience and examine these Specials.
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BROKEN LOTS IN SIZES 34 TO 50
SUITS . Regulars . Shorts .. , Slims, , , Stouts , , , Sport
/j Y Backs . . . Double Breasteds, in Tweed, Cassimeres, Worsteds. $
2 OVERCOATS Half and Full Belted Models with Raglan or
Set-in Sleeves, in Fleeces, Llamas, Meltons, Tweeds.
MATCH THAT ODD COAT !

PAJAMAS, HATS and CAPS,
ROBES, SWEATERS
201, OFF

ALL $5.50 SUIT TROUSERS,
WORSTEDS, TWEEDS, CHEVIOTS

OTHERS $1.95 ..

ALL $4.50 SUIT TROUSERS,
WORSTEDS, TWEEDS, CHEVIOTS
$2.95 . . $3.95

$3.60

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