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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1938

Six Events

Left For

olverines

On

Week's

Crowded

Card

Gopher Puck
Team To Face
Michigan Here
Wolverine Cagers Travel
To Iowa City; tate Is
Foe In Dual Track Meet

Stoller Wins Year' s First Start

Chieagfo Tea
Saturday

The 110T STOVE
- By BILL REED

Having participated in four event
already this week, Michigan's Varsity
squads have yet to go into competi-
tion six more times before the busiest
week of the winter season is over
Of the six remaining engagements
five will provide entertainment fo
Ann Arbor fans while the sixth is
away from home.
Coach Eddie Lowry's hockey sextet
is seeing the most service this week
Capt. Larry David not only leading
his team into action against St
Thomas last night but also Friday
and Saturday against the powerfu
Gophers of Minnesota. Both of these
next two games will be played at the
Coliseum and will give Michigan
,fans a taste of some of the fastest
hockey shown here this season. The
Gophers have already defeated the
Wolverines twice.
Cagers Memt Iowa
The track, basketball and wrestling
teams will all meet opponents for the
second time in the week over the week
end while the swimmers make their
lone appearance Saturday. Only the
basketball team plays away from
home, meeting Iowa at Iowa City Sat-
urday night.
On Friday, besides the hockey
game, local fans will get a chance
to see Coach Chuck Hoyt's track team
in its first' dual meet of the year.
Michigan State's strong cinder squad
will furnish the opposition to the
Wolverines, but are not expected to
upset the defending Western Confer-
ence champions. After the showing
in the State A.A.U. meet last night,
Michigan appears ready for their
strenuous indoor campaign that will
be climaxed with the defense of its
Conference and Butler Relays cham-
pionships.
, Wrestlers FaceChicago
Saturday the wrestling team makes
its second Big Ten start, facing Chi-
cago here. The grapplers dropped
a meet at Ohio State Monday, but
are favored to defeat the Maroons.
The hockey team will make its last
start against the Gophers and the
Cappon quintet will seek to admin-
ister a second beating to the Hawk-
eyes.
In the first start against Iowa, the
court squad won after a hectic over-
time struggle. Monday night, fac-
ing Indiana for the second time,
the Wolverines found themselves
stopped by the close guarding Hoo-
siers and despite a lead at half time
lost, 37-23.
The 10th Michigan athletic appear-
ance of the week will feature the Na-
tional Intercollegiate swimming
champions against Ohio State, prob-
ably thebestteam to face Mih-
igan this year. However, despite
the Buckeye strength few concede
Ohio a chance for victory.
Cardlinl BoSS
Tells Dean To
Forcret Antics
Executives Say Dizzy To
Be 'Good Boy' Or Make
Good Quit Th~ry ts

Sam Stoller, veteran Michigan
in the State A.A.U. meet last nigi
tape in the 60-yard dash at the Fie]
secnds for a new A.A.U. record and,
record held by Willis Ward.
Wolverines Do
Well In First
SMeet Of Year
High School Mile Run: Won by
Ralph Schwarzoff (Saginaw East-
ern); second, Fager (Saginaw East-
ern); third, Herman (Jackson).
Time: 4:29.4.
High School 60-yard Dash: Won
by Ira Hughes (Monroe); second,
Hoffman (Jackson); third, Zimmer-
man (Monroe). Time: :06.6.
Open 60-yard Dash: Won by Sam
Stoller (Michigan); second, Tolmich
(Wayne); Thomas (Pittsburgh).
Time: :06.2. (Ties Field House record
held by Willis Ward.) New State
AA..U. record. Old record :06.3 held
by Ward and Don Renwick.)
Open Half-mile Run, First Section:
Won by Abe Rosencrantz (Michigan
Normal); second. Starr (Michigan);
third, Green (Michigan State). Time:
1:56.
Open Half-mile Run, Second See-
tion: Won by Bob Butler (State
Frosh); second, Devine (Michigan);
third, Giles (State Frosh). Time:
2:03.4.
Open 65-yard High Hurdles: Won
by Bob Osgood (Michigan); second,
Tolmich (Wayne).;third, Mathews
(Michigan Normal). Time : :08.1.
(New Michigan A.A.U. record. Old
record :08.2 held by Ward.)
Invitational High School Mile Re-
lay, First Section: Won by Jackson
(Dickerson, Gloar, Campbell and
Hoffman); second, Saginaw Eastern;
third, Ann Arbor. Time: 3:42.8.
High School-65-yard Low Hurdles:
Won by Henry Cooper (Ann Arbor);
second, Grueschow (Ann Arbor):
third, Herbst (Birmingham). Time:
:08.5.
Open 65-yard Low Hurdles: WonI
by Al Tolmich (Wayne); second
Mathews (Michigan Normal) ; third,
L. Bryant (Michigan Normal). Time:
:07.4.
Invitational lig'h School Mile Re-

Mascurtskus Is Welcomed EiVERY fourth year to one of the
primary divisions of humanity is
Back After Absence Due simply Leap Year. To the other it
is Olympic Year, and more than 300
of the state's finest track and field
by Ohio State, stars from high school to club dem-
A7-hun heartn by Ohio Suatet onstrated their consciousness of that
17-13. in thenr first Big Ten dual meet
of the season held Feb. 17 at Colum- fact in the A.A.U. meet last night.
bus, Coach Keen's Varsity grapplers Perhaps it is only a coincidence,
were glad to welcome back Louis but the third annual relay carnival
Mascuruskus, veteran 155-pounder, was by all odds the most successful,
who has been out with an arm in- from the point of view of competition,
jury suffered in the Penn State bat- yet held.
tie. However, Mascuruskus will not Without a doubt, whether individ-
be able to help his teammates con- ual athletes have the fact in mind or
quer the Chicago matmen who will not, Olympic Year is a real stimulus
furnish the competition for the Wol- to track and field performances.
veiines in their conference opener
scheduled for this Saturday night in One of the most interesting
the Yost Field House. developments in intercollegiate
Having reached Ann Arbor yester- athletics during the past few
day afternoon. Coach Keen immed- weeks is the following letter,
iately ordered a light drill during which is for the most part self-
which the Wolverine mentor pointed explanatory. It has been sent
I out the various mistakes made in the out to Varsity Club members of a
Buckeye meet. Mascuruskus went midwestern school which for
through various exercises to strength-
i enhis rm ad my beread to ace years has been noted for its strict
-_ en his arm and may be ready to face avoidance of athletic policies
Washington and Lee, Feb. 24. aodneo tltcphis
Washngto andLeeFeb.24.tending towards any form of sub-
sprinter, opened his 1936 campaign Wright Is Out dsidization.
ht by beating a strong field to the I Weakened by the loss of Harry I"There is to be a reorganization
Id House. Stoller was clocked in 6.2 "Tiny" Wright, whose scholastic of the department of athletics at
at the same time tied the Field House status will be reviewed this Friday, Albion. This new program will
and Frank Bissell, who left school to have in mind the placing of phys-
-- ------- manage an inherited estate in Pitts- ical training of Albion students
burgh, the Wolverines staged a great on a more effective basis and
fight before bowing to the Buckeyes. again give "A" men pride in their
Hockey SumtmarieS Due to Lilburn Och's recent injury college athletic program.
Coach Keen was forced to use Stan Here is a chance for the "A"
Schuman in the 175-pound division Club to assist and help direct this
Michigan Pos. St. Thomas and James Lincoln was sent in to fill program that is of vital interestd
Shalek G Connor the heavyweight vacancy. Both to every athlete that ever playedn
David D Ponsford Schuman and Lincoln, who are Var- for old Albion. 'You have been
Simpson D Jones sity gridders, are inexperienced interested and may have been
Heyliger C Moore wrestlers. one of those who have com-
Fabello W Carson For the first time during the sea- plained that the whole college
James W Done son, Bill Lowell competed in the 165- athletic program seemed deadr
Spares: Michigan-Merrill, Rad- pound division substituting for Bis- wrong. Here is a new program c
ford. St. Thomas-Brown, Barnett, sell. Boehm of Ohio State barely which will succeed if it has thei
Wilks, Cinnamon. managed to eke out a victory on a -----
3 :09 time advantage. John Speicher.
First Period: Scoring-James (Da star 18-pounder, extended hiswin-
vid) 9:55; James (Heyliger) 10:40:
Moore, 13 :40. Penalty-David (Trip- ning streak to three stra'ight when he
defeatedAndrews by chalking up a
ping). 4:49 time advantage.
Second Period; James (Heyliger) Thomas Had Fall
2:28; James, 7:25; James (Heyliger) Paul Cameron and Earl Thomas
15:45; James (Heyliger) 18:08; ccounted for the rest of Michigan's
James (Heyliger) 19:50. Penalty- points by gaining falls in their first
Cinnamon (Tripping), conference battles. Cameron pinned
Third Period; James (Heyliger) Elliott in 4:51 and Thomas threw
1:30; Fabello (James-Heyliger) 2:30; Cox, Ohio State captain, after 4:10 of
Walks (Cinnamon) 9:25; Jones (Cin- wrestling.
namon) 10:40; James (Heyliger) Mindiin started the Buckeyes on
11:40; David, 13:50; James (Rad- their way to victory by beating Cap-
ford) 15:05; Moore, 16:15; Cinnamon, tain Wally Heavenrich on a 3:33 time,
18:33. Penalties--James, Barnett advantage. Schurher followed with
(Roughing), a win over Gross while Boehm, Heiser
and Lightburn continued the spurt
with respective victories over Lowell,
John Townsend Seventh chuman, and Lincoln.
In Conference Scring;1WORTH THE PRICE
CHICAGO, Feb. 18. -- (A - Sid The publicity the Red Sox have Scientific research has expl
Rosenthal, Iowa's new captain, today received for buying Jimmy Foxx has
moved into eighth place in the Big already paid back the purchase price, so important in our daily lives.
Ten basketball individual scoring according to Eddie Collins, the Boston
race,collecting 21 points against Wis- business director.The Idea That Seeing
consin.
The scoring leaders: GRIHLDERS REPORT TODAY
G FG FT TP All football candidates who did The fact is that seeing affe
Haarlow, Chicago.....9 37 28 102 not report yesterday are requested your eyes for a long time in po
Kessler, Purdue ......8 41 18 100 to report to Coach Kipke this digging a ditch. Even the rate o
Whitlinger, O. State.10 31 28 90 afternoon at 11h Intramural t
Thomas, 0. State. . .10 34 14 82 Sports Building. the amount of light you have o
Gunning, Ind. ...... 9 28 23 79 ments in the Lighting Research L
Young, Purdue .......8 30 18 78 ---reading a book developed ver
J. Townsend, Mich. .. 8 25 20 70 tension with 100 footcandles of1
Baker, Minn. .....9.10 21 20 62 II ) and wasted energy results from
Smith, Northwestern. 7 21 15 57 W hen You are now known to result from e
MlUST ENTER SOONNed
IUT TE ON id The Idea that Glare Is
Qualify ing entries in the men's T e!'IG r s
All I lnun

support of men like yourself and
all parties interested in Albion's
success.
Albic a college needs stident
afhlttes --men that are cf high
calibxr beth in tlicr stufies and
irT phy ;cal develcpment. MIany
cf thesE men will need finali-al
acistance. We do not intend to
buy cur athletes, but these alpha-
letieal org Aniza tions known as
the FERA and NYA have been a
great hJlp the past two years with
{I'cir giant. of assistance to stu-
dentr. There may all cnd in the
fall and it will be necessary to
find added curces of student aid
whatever may happen.
With the approval of President
Seaton and the officers of the
"A" Club, we have been appointed
members of a committee to bring
this matter very earnestly to the
attention of the membership of
the "A" Club and to cooperate
with the alumni office in this
matter.
A friend of the college offers to
give fifty dollars or more if the
same amount is given by twenty-
five or fifty other former students
of the college. Quite a number of
others have suggested we do
something like this and have of-
fered amounts from ten dollars
up. Knowing your interest in this
matter, the committee is asking
you to make as large a subscrip-
tion as possible to this desirable
end for the next three years."
The letter is signed by the presi-
dent of the "A" Club and the com-
mittee.
CANCELS RUNS
Fears that an old foot injury will
return has caused Don Lash, Indiana
distance star, to cancel all remaining
indoor appearances.

K iReturn
Bolsters. Hope
Of Golf Squad
Michigan's hopes of retaining both
the Big Ten and the National Inter-
collegiate golfing titles were material-
ly bolstered yesterday with the deft-
nite announcement that Chuck Koc-
sis, captain elect, would return to
school this semester.
Kocsis plans to return to Ann Arbor
from Detroit today and will enter the
University after being out the first
part of the year.
Kocsis, whose brilliant record dur-
ing two years of competition as a
Wolverine, has included Big Ten and
National Intercollegiate titles, will
lead another formidable Michigan
golf squad this year.
Woody Malloy, a brilliant veteran,
will in all probability, give Kocsis a
real battle for the number one posi-
tion, with Al Saunders fairly sure of
a place on the squad. Larry David,
captain of the hockey team, and a
member of the squad last year, will
round out the four man team, al-
though Al Karpinski, Rochester soph-
omore, may give both David and
Saunders a real battle for a place
among the first four on the customary
ten man squad.

FRITERNITY
JEWE LRY

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oded and outmoded many ideas about eyes and
For example:

seeing, which are

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ST. LOUIS, Feb. 18.- Executives lay, second Section: Won by Monroe;
of the St. Louis Cardinals today defi- second, Flint Central; third, Granda
nitely expressed themselves as far as Rapids Central. Time: 3:46.5.
Jerome "Dizzy" Dean is concerned Open Shot Put: Won by Ken Barn-
when they said that Dizzy had his hill (Unattached); second, Watson
choice between being a "good boy" (unattached); third, Blumenfeld (un-
next season or making good his attached). Distance, 45 feet, 934
threats to quit baseball. inches.'
Branch Rickey, vice-president of Open Mile Run: Won by Clayton
the Cardinals, added that it might be Brelsford (Michigan); second, Staehle
a good thing for the club if Dean (Michigan); third, Hess (Western
did stay away for a, season, certainly # State). Time: 4.24.
so if he planned on continuing his! College Mile Relay - First Sec-j
antics of the past two seasons. tion: Won by Kalamazoo College;
Hasn't Answered Yet- second, Albion; third, Northern State.
Dean was recently mailed the new Time: 3:37.3.
platform of reform but as yet he has Pele Vault: Won oy Dave Hunn
not answered. (unattached); second, tie between1
Although Rickey refused to elab- Lowrey (unattached) and Hawthorne
orate on the letter, there were reasons (Michigan Normal). Height: 13 feet
to believe it contained definite cen- 4% inches.
sure against Dizzy as a self-appointed I Open 35-Pound Weight Throw:
manager. Last year he was in fre- Won by Clark Haskins (Detroit Po-
quent quarrels with other players, and lice); second, Noah (Detroit Police);
once engaged in a fist fight with Joe third,.tie between Van Nortwick De-
Medwick. troit Police) and Blumenfeld (unat-!
Reportedly his favorite bench say- tached). Distance: 50 feet, 4 inches.
ing was."why did Frisch do that?" (New record disallowed due to light
"I do not care to make a definite weight.)
statement in Dizzy's case," Rickey Open High Jump: Won by Roscoe
continued. "I am not positive he will Washington (unattached); second,L
sign. You see I will insist. upon him Wellwood (Wayne); third, tie be-
making certain . agreements in his tween Bratt (unattached), Drewyour
general actions on the ball club be- (Normal Frosh) and Noisette (Nor-
fore I'll care to see his signature on mal Frosh). Height: 6 feet 3 5/8
a contract." inches. (New Field House and State
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tvi-A~.O~iLu .ai JU ' g meet, will
close Wednesday, Feb. 26.
All those entering the All-
Campus handball doubles meet
do so by Feb. 21.

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ample. What we do not realize i
mind. When you drive your car
is to see . . . how it may make y
as hard on your eyes and on thet
The Idea that a Home
Just Because It HasI
If we compare nature's lig
Here are approximate figures:
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or light may be as tiresome as
of your heartbeat is affected by
n your book or work. Experi
aboratory proved that a person
y much less musular nervous
light than with one footcandle. A great deal of nervous tension
working in poor light. Many cases of headache and indigestion
e strain due to inadequate light and improper lighting.
Caused Only by Headlights or Bright Sun,...
ost as much glare indoors as out. Glare from bare bulbs, for ex-
s that this indoor glare is very hard on our eyes and nerves and
against glaring headlights on a dark road, you know how hard it
your eyes hurt. At home, the light from a bare bulb may be just
eyes of everyone. Yet it is easy to have good lighting without glare.
e Is Well Lighted
Electric Lights .
hit with the light in the average home, the difference is astounding.
Light outdoors on a sunny summer day: Approaches 10,000
footcandles.
Light under a shady tree on same day: Approximately 500
footcandles.
Light on a shaded porch, same day: 250 footcandles.
Light next to a window, indoors, on same bright day: 100
footcandles.
Light in the average living room at night: Often under five
footcandles,

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It has been proved that nervous tension increases as the brightness of light decreases, even
if your eyes are doing nothing more difficult than reading a well-printed book. Proper lighting
means less effort in seeing - less strain on eyes, nerves and body. It is just as necessary as proper
glasses. Light and glasses are good friends. Eyes should be examined every year.

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