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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1936

IlE'd I'CII(AN IDAILAY

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Crippled Hoytmen Faee State Toiinight In Opening DuI
higanD Stil Track And Hockey Squads Are Hardest Hit By Inel
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Injury And Ineligibility
Crack Team; Wolverines
Should Take 4 Firsts
A badly crippled Michigan track
team, rated as the best in the Mid-
West until hit by eligibility rulings,
will be host to Michigan State at
7:30 p.m. tonight in the first dual
meet of the 1936 season.
The Wolverines have not only suf-
fered through scholastic rulings dur-
ing the past week but physically as
well. Dave Barnes, veteran dash
man, will not compete in tonight's
meet nor will Stan Birleson, starI
quarter miler. Both suffered minor,
injuries recently and Coach Hoyt isi
taking no chances of losing them forI
the all-important meet with Indiana
next week.
Patton May Not Run
Hoyt stated last night that he does
not know whether he will use Harvey
Patton against State, his decision
resting on how he performs in drills
today. Patton has a foot injury. The
fourth of Coach Hoyt's men on the
crippled list, Nelson Droulard, will
definitely compete in the pole vault.-
However, Michigan seems assured of1
at least four first places if Sam Stol-
ler, Bob Osgood, Clayt Brelsford and
the mile relay team continue as they
have done during recent time trials
and the lone meet.
Tuesday night Stoller equalled
Willis Ward's' Field House record of
:06.2 in the 60-yard dash, proving
that he is in excellent shape and may
turn in equally as fast a dash tonight
if pressed. Osgood, one of the best
hurdlers in the Conference, is not
expected to have trouble winning,
wlile Brelsford is favored in the mile.
Having staged a thrilling victory with
Pittsburgh in the special relay Tues-
day, the Wolverines are also favored
in that event.
Strong In Half Mile
As a result of Hunn and Kingsley's
being lost through ineligibility, Mich-
igan will be noticeably weak in the
pole vault, and State is also expected
to mass points in the high jump.
However, State will find trouble fac-I
ing them in other events where Mich-
igan boasts known strength.
In the half mile Davidson, Starr
and Devine are entered and should
gather at least six points between
them in the event. Bill Staehle and
Walt Stone are also strong contend-
ers for two mile honors while in the
440, even though Birleson and Patton
do not run, Capt. Frank Aikens and
Steve Mason should prove too stiff
for Spartan entrants.
One of the outstanding events of
the program will probably be the mile
run although the race for first place
may narrow down to Ray Fink, prom-
ising Michigan sophomore, and Brels-
ford, Conference indoor mile cham-
pion. This will be the first meeting of
the two incompetition, although they
have run against each other numer-
ous times in time trials with Fink
often showing his heels to the veter-
an from Birmingham.
Sextet Opens
Gopher Series
HereTonight
(Continued from Pagel)
nate pair, Dick Kroll, and Bob Carl-
son, when the former need a rest.
At one end of the rink will be
Irwin Shalek, batting a barrage of
rubber away from the Michigan net,
and at the other Bud Wilkinson,
Gopher co-Captain, doing his best to
prevent the Wolverines' great Hey-
liger-James passing combination
from scoring him dizzy.
Tonight's game should be a col-
legiate hockey classic andthe real
losers will be the spectators who are
turned away from the packed Coli-

seum.
The probable lineups:
Jiehigan Po s. Minnesota
Shalek G Wilkinson
David D B. W. Smith
Simpson D Bredeson
Heyliger C Bjorck
Fabello W Arnold
James W Baker
Michigan spares: Merrill, Radford.
Minnesota spares: J. Carlson, Taft,
Mitchell, Berry, Wallace, Brude,
Kroll, R. Carlson, Schwab.
Referee: Paddy Farrell.
I-M Basketball Drawings
For Playoffs Due Today
With the completion of the regular
league play last night, representatives

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Oppose Iowa Concerning Chicago Tilt ! Lost To Hoyt
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3imnneapolis Breeds Hockey
Stars; Look At The Gophers

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Baseball Drills Today
EAST LANSING, Feb. 20.---(P)-
John Kobs, baseball coach at Mich-
igan State College, found encourage-
ment today in a large turnout of can-
didates for the team. General prac-
tice opened yesterday on a diamond
laid out in Demonstration hall.

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y LUr3 k U LIILI Iling meet to be held Saturday af- 1"I'-1 U By FRED BUESSER
ternoon at 3:30 in the Yost Field Boasting a record of nine wins in
House has been cancelled will be fourteen starts, the Minnesota hockey
Tarsity Cagers To Leave verified or spiked this morning when Error Reported In Case squad which arrives in Ann Arbor
This Afternoon To Meet Coach Cliff Keen contracts T. Nelson Of Bert Smith; Tankers at 4 p.m. today, includes on its!
Metcalf, Director of Athletics at Chi- j15 man roster just iwo pucksters who'
Hawkeyes At Iowa City cage. Gain Four Men are not permanent citizens of Minne-
The Maroon grapplers had also apolis.
With John Gee, who suffered a planned to meet Michigan State on By FRED DeLANO apOnly Dick Kroll, spare defense-
)rained ankle Wednesday afternoon, the same road trip. Last year the Michigan's Varsity track and man of International Falls, and Roger
doubtful condition and Earl Mey- Wolyerines defeated Chicago by the hockey teams were dealt a severe blow Brude, third line flanker, whose home
-s, number one relief man, off the score of 19 to 15. ast night when the eligibility com- is in Fargo, N. D., did not learn their
iuad because of ineligibility, Coach'hthenf hockey in the Minneapolis High
ranklin C. Cappon named a weak- mittee of the Board in Control of School Hockey League.a
ed ten-man squad to invade Iowa Medley Record Is Athletics officially declared five mem- Beaten By Manitoba
ity for the Wolverine basketball bers of the former and two of the Baaten BylManitoba
am's ninth Big Ten contest against Doomed; Swimmers latter ineligible for competition this Victories over Carlton College, D
ie Iwa Hwkees Sturay nght ton, Princeton, Michigan and Mich-
Traine RawyRoes auablgto Tsemester. Another hockey player's igan Tech attest the class of this
Trainer Ray Roberts was unable to To Really Open Up case has yet to be decided on and the same league and hang as pelts at
y how soon Gee's injured ankle wrestling and basketball squads each Coach Larry Armstrong's belt in his
ould be able to hold the giant cen- By GEORGE ANDROSg first year as Minnesota puck coach.
r's great weight, expressing little B Osuffered the loss of one man. In fact the only setbacks which the
)nfidence in Gee's chances to play "It's time we showed what we Outstanding among the names of Gophers have received this season
ny great length of time Saturday really have," Coach Matt Mann de- ineligibles is Dave Hunn, veteran pole have come at the hands of ranking
ght. This is a definite blow to the clared yesterday, "and we'll start out vaulter and one of the outstanding teams, and none have been bad de-
ichigan quintet's chances for Gee's tomorrow afternoon against Ohio men in the Conference, who was con- feats. Manitoba took the Minneso-
nproved showing in both the Mich- State with a new National Intercol- sidered a sure point getter in all tan's measure in straight games, 3-2,
an State and Indiana games seemed legiate record in the 300-yard medley meets this year. Jim Kingsley, a and 5-2, and Princeton took an over-
justify Cappon's confidences that relay." sophomore vaulter who was expected time tilt 4-3, but on the whole the
e would make a real ball player. The present mark of 3:00.8 made to place in many of the meets, is also Minneapolis boys have come through
Plan Short Drill by the Michigan team of Taylor lost to Coach Chuck Hoyt's squad. for Armstrong in great style.
The squad named by Cappon in- Drysdale, Jack Kasley and Ogden Besides this pair, the track team The Gophers have scored 42 goals
ude Johuanad El Tponend Dalrymple in a dual meet with North- loses Ed Stannard, Howard Bratt so far this season for an average of
dorge Rudness, Captain Chelso Ta- western last March was an unof- and Leon Moore. Staar is a half- I3 goals per game, while limiting their
ago, Johnes, Jablkin Matt an- ficial world's record for a few months, miler while the other two are high opponents to 24 counters, or less
iagno, John Jablonski, Matt Paten- but Coach Mann promises that Fred jumpers. All three were expected to than two goals a game. Michigan, on
ick HE s, ndieither G orMany, Cody. Kasley and sophomore Mark be of value in the coming campaign. the other hand, has tallied one more
Lavin. These men will leave Anny McCarty will break three minutes Of Coach Eddie Lowrey's hockey goal than the Gophers in three less
aboriat T5:00 pmater arille against the Buckeyes squad Dick Berryman and Dick games, but the opposition has count-
rbor at 5:00 p.m. after a short drill. Griggs, center and wing, are definite- ed 42 times on the Wolverines, thus
the arsiys, h e aed Jt Cagai ready to go places in the bac- s y ugh for the season while the showing Michigan to be a better of-
y the Varsity in the first game Jan- stroke events this season, and with case of Bert Smith has not yet been fensive, but a weaker defensive squad
ary 20th in an overtime, 31 to 27, ssettled. It is reported that there may than the Gophers.
re in sixth place in the Conference Kasley always his record-breaking be an error in his record, and until
andings, a half game behind Michi- self in the breast-stroke, Coach it has been checked the committee Bjorck Leads Scorers
an and Ohio State who are tied for Mann figures that McCarty, rated a will not state definitely as to his Heading the list of Minnesota scor-
)urth and fifth. bit below Bob Mowerson as Michi- eligibility. However, Coach Lowrey ing stars is Reynold Bjorck, first line
gan's outstanding sprinter, can show is keeping him out of the lineup until center who has nine goals and 3 as-
Travel To Urbana enough to help his two junior team- a final decision is rendered. sists to his credit. Following closely
One of the features of the game mates to a new mark. Earl Meyers was the only one of the on Bjorck's heels, although he has
ill be the scoring duel between John Mowerson has shown signs of be- basketball team to suffer through in- scored but one goal, is Jimmy Carl-I
ownsend, who is in seventh place in coming a capable 220 performer so eligibility while of the wrestlers Bob son, playmaker on the second for-
idividual scoring with 70 points, and he is being kept out of the relay to Brundee is ineligible. At the same ward wall, who has passed to Ted
id Rosenthal, midget Iowa forward, compete in the furlong, event just time it was announced that Paul Mitchell and Wally Taft, his flankers,
ho is only four points behind the preceding. Cameron and Lilburn Oakes of Coach for nine assists. Co-Captain Mitchell
Volverine sophomore. Rosenthal's There is no immediate danger that Keen's squad have regained their is third in points scored with seven
verage, however, is not up to Town- the Buckeyes will put the ,Varsity eligibility. goals and two assists, while Ridgeway
nd's for he has competed in one down to defeat tomorrow afternoon, Ben Grady, Dick Blake, Manley Os- Baker and Wally Taft are tied for
ore game. but Coach Mike Peppe's proteges ap- gccd and Harry Reich, ail swimmers,
Monday night the Varsity will pear to have enough to hold Michi- have also regained eligibility. The CALL FROSI!
avel to Urbana to meet the third gan's champions to below 50 points, cases of Harry Wright and Bud Han- A meeting of the Freshman
lace Illinois five in the first of two something that has not been done shue are still being pondered. crack squad will be held in Yost
ames with the Indians in a week. since Northwestern forced the Wol- - -Field House Saturday afternoon,
he second will be played on March verines to win with a score of 49 to BATTERS WEAKENING Feb. 22, at 2 o'clock. All first year
nd at Yost Field House 35 during the 1933-34 season. Where three American League bat- men who are interested in track

fourth place among the scorers with
seven points apiece.
EMinnesota presents one of the most
balanced puck squads in collegiate
hockey, and when the Gophers skate
out on the Coliseum ice tonight they
will be favored to drop Coach Eddie
Lowrey's men for the third time, thus
regaining the Conference Champion-
ship which they dropped to Sherf,
Jewell, Inc., last season. Eddie Low-
rey says differently however, and pro-
phesies a win for the Wolverines to-
night. Only the final score can tell
the story.

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