AR.Y 22, 1936
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
~RI? 22, 1936 THE MIChIGAN DA fl2Y
Cody Lost As Sigma Chi Scores
Mermen Face 37Points To Win
Ohio State To Give Varsity
Hardest Test In Big Ten
Meet This Afternoon
Close Races Seen
Old Rivalry Renewed As
Barnard And Woodford
Vie In Distance Events
Stunned a bit by the unexpected
loss of Fred Cody, heir apparent to
the Big Ten back-stroke crown,
through an eligibility technicality, but
of national championship caliber nev-
ertheless, Michigan's Varsity swim-L
mers face their strongest opposition
of the season to date when they meet
Ohio State at 4 p.m. today in the
Cody is expected to have regained
his eligibility in time to face Iowa
in the final dual meet on the home
schedule next Friday. Paul Keeler,
ace 50-yard man, is also out tem-
Reicke Meets Salie
With Cody on the sidelines the
burden in the 150-yard back-stroke
event is placed upon Harry Reicke,
sophomore who will be swimming his
first race for Michigan. Reicke will
be meeting Charlie Salie, who gained
the second position on the All-Amer-
ican Intercollegiate team last sea-
son behind Michigan's Taylor Drys-
dale and ahead of Cody.
An old rivalry will be renewed in
the 220- and 440-yard free-style races
when Frank Barnard meets Dexter
Woodford of the Buckeye squad. The
two met five times last year with
Barnard the victor on all but one
occasion, and the Buckeye performer,
who is National A.A.U. long distance
swim champion, has a score to settle.
Mowerson In 220
Bob Mowerson, Coach Mann's
number one sprinter, has shown signs
of becoming a 220 man of champion-
ship caliber, and may surprise in the
furlong event. Woodford will be as-
sisted in both events by Dick Figley.
Coach Mike Peppe has two sprint-
ers in the persons of Ray Kessler and
Jim Williams who are pretty sure
of sneaking in for at least one first
against the Michigan squad of Mow-
erson, Mark McCarty, Manley Osgood,
Ed Drew and Dick Blake.
Jack Kasley and Ed VanderVelde
will handle the breast-stroke burden
against the veteran Russ Kirbert and
Phil Gustafson, with Kasley due to
take something off his own National
Intercollegiate record for the 200-
The Buckeyes have two veteran
divers in Jim Patterson and Harry
Kallman, and the Wolverine quartet
of Capt. Frank Fehsenfeld, Ned Dief-
endorf, Ben Grady and Der John-
ston is in for a troublesome session.
Admission will be 25 cents with
identification cards and 40 cents
Capturing four first places and
four seconds, Sigma Chi swept to
victory in the interfraternity swim-
ming meet held last night in the
Intramural Sports Building pool by
scoring 37 points. Alpha Kappa
Lambda beat out Lambda Chi Alpha
for second place garnering 20 points
to the latter's 19 while Psi Upsilon,
the defending champion, brought up
in fourth place with a total of 16
In the first event of the night, the
200-yard free-style relay, the Sigma
Chi team established a new intra-
mural record of 1:47.6 breaking the
old mark of 1:49.1 set by Lambda
Chi Alpha in 1931. The team rep-
resenting the latter house placed
second with Psi U and Theta Chi
carrying off third and fourth places.
Bohn of the winning squad cap-
tured the 50-yard breast-stroke in
34.6 seconds, nosing out Brumbaugh
of Alpha Kappa Lambda, Levitt of
Kappa Nu, and a teammate, Bulkeley.
Bauerman of AKL won the 50-yard
free style in the fast time of 26 sec-
onds flat. Dale of Sigma Chi was
second and Bradley and Staley of
Lambda Chi Alpha battled it out for
third and fourth.
Other winners included Tyler of
Alpha Kappa Lambda in the 220-yard
free style, Dale of Sigma Chi in the
50-yard back stroke, Kurtz of Psi
Upsilon in the 100-yard free style,
Haughey of Psi U in the diving, and
Alpha Kappa Lambda in the 150-
yard medley relay.
Third Place In Standings
At Stake In Monday's
Contest With Illinois
Michigan's basketball team, tied
with Ohio State's upset quintet for
fourth place in the Big Ten stand-
ings, entrained for Iowa City yester-
day afternoon to meet the Iowa
Hawkeyes tonight in the first of a
pair of week-end contests. The Wol-
verines will take on the third-place
Illinois five Monday night at Ur-
With John Gee, who sustained an
ankle injury in Thursday's drills, in
better condition than Coach Frank-
lin C. Cappon had supposed he would
be, the Varsity is favored to defeat
the Hawkeyes in the return game of
the season. In their first meeting
the Michigan team defeated Iowa
31 to 27 in an overtime.
As in past games, the Wolverines
will have a great height advantage
over the Hawkeye team, whose main
threat is Capt. Sid Rosenthal, five
foot seven inch speedster who suc-
ceeded John Barko as Iowa leader
following the first meeting between
the Varsity and the Hawkeyes.
Monday night's tilt at Urbana will
be the Wolverines' first game with
Illinois this season. The return game
with the Indians is scheduled for
After a slow start the Illinois outfit
has picked up speed and is rated as
one of the toughest teams in the
Probable starting lineup tonight at
Bad Weather Conditions Force
Maroons To cancel Mat Meet
By RICHARD LA MARCA them to travel by train. The Ma-
Although the University of Chi- roons also cancelled the Michigan
cago has cancelled its wrestling dual State meet which was scheduled for
engagement with Coach Keen's grap- 1 today at East Lansing.
plers, Michigan's mat enthusiasts will Washington and Lee, which may be
still have an opportunity to watch the very well known as "the wrestling
Wolvrins i acion At7:3 p~. Iking of the South." boasts a record
Wolverines inactionA7Yost3Fie0 of having lost only one dual meet
M na nih inthey pYoeW s t Field House in the last eight years. So far this
Sthen opofne ahgtonsfLer1season the Leemen have registered
Sthernastnse ren e camios.orthree shutout victories including a
Coach Keen received a telegram 32-0 win over Duke University.
yesterday from S. K. Voyrres, Chi- Due to the ineligibility of Robert
cago's wrestling mentor, in which he Brumby and recent injury of Lilburn
explained that weather conditions Ochs, Coach Keen was forced to re-
make it impossible for the squad to vamp his lineup which is as follows:
make the trip here and that the 118-pounds, John Speicher; 126-
University's budget would not permit pounds, Paul Cameron; 135-pounds,
Earl Thomas; 145-pounds, Capt. Wal-
ly Heavenrich; 155-pounds, Wendel
*S mTaylor; 165-pounds, Bill Lowell; 175-
I ummaries pounds, Stan Schuman and heavy-
weight James Lincoln. If Haxry
Michigan Pos. Minnesota Wright is declared eligible he will re-
Shalek G Wilkinson place Lincoln in the heavyweight di-
David D Smith vision.
Simpson D Bredes n Washington and Lee will present
Simps C J. Carlson a veteran squad composed entirely
Fabello W Taft of seniors. Thomas, star 126-pound-
James W Mitchell er, gave R. Perry, National Intercol-
legiate champion from Indiana,
Spares: Michigan-Merrill, Rad- plenty of trouble last year. Shively,
ford. Minnesota-Mitchell, Berry, 145-pounder, and Bonino, heavy-
Brude, Kroll, R. Carlson, Schwab. weight, are Southern Conference
First Period: Scoring-R. Carlson titleholders.
ANNOUNCE WRIGHT'S STATUS
The eligibility status of Har-
ry Wright, Varsity wrestler, will
be clarified today with an an-
nouncement by the University
Administrative Board regarding
his compliance with a technical
scholastic requirement of the
Discovery Still Favored
In Santa Anita Handicap
Discovery, Alfred Gwynne Vander-
bilt's great horse, was still rated as
the favorite to capture the $100,000
Santa Anita handicap to be run off
this afternoon. Time Supply at, 3-1.
and Top Row at 7-2 were expected to
give Discovery his hardest test.
Opens New Barber Shop
Mr. ROY BERRY recently purchased the
fine barber shop on State near Packard.
Mr. Berry has been on our campus for ten
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(13:56). Penalties-Baker (trip),
Bredeson (trip), Heyliger (trip).
Second Period: Scoring-none.
Penalties-Simpson (trip), Mitchell
(high stick), James and Bredeson'
Third Period: Scoring-Fabello
(16:31). Penalties-Schwab and
David (roughing), Bredeson (high
Overtime: Scoring-Fabello (4:54).
State at Liberty
Fine Watch and Jewelry repairing
Mile Run: Won by Clayton Brels-
ford (M); second, Ray Fink (M);
third, Harry O'Connell (M). Time,j
4:22.2. (New Dual Meet record.)
Sixty-Yard Dash: Won by Sam
Stoller (M) ; second, Carl Mueller
(S); third, Robert Adcock (S). Time,
440-Yard Dash: Won by Charles
Dennis (s); second, Ben Starr (M);
third, Fred Stiles (M). Time, :51.2.
65-Yard High Hurdles: Won by
Bob Osgood (M); second, Claire Mc-
Durmon (S); third, Moreau Hunt
(M). Time, :08.4.
Two-Mile Run: Won by Bill
Staehle (M); second, Walter Stone
(M); third, Gerard Boss (S). Time,
9:35. (New Dual Meet Record).
880-Yard Run: Won by Howard
Davidson (M); second, Frank Aikens
(M) ; third, Jim Wright (S). Time,
65-Yard Low Hurdles: Won by Bob
Osgood (M); second, Claire McDur-
mon (S); third, Moreau, Hunt (M).
Pole Vault: Tied for first, Wade
Allen and Lodo Haberle (S),, Nelson
Droulard and Morris Morgan (M).
Height, 12 feet.
High Jump: Won by Wade Allen
(S); second, Harold Robinson (M);
tied for third, Francis Dittrich (S)
and Charles Hibbard (M). Height,
5 feet, 93/4 inches.
Shot Put: Won by William Smith
(S); second, Arthur Jenkins (S);
third, Rex Ten Eyck (S). Distance,
43 feet, 10 inches.
One Mile Relay: Won by Michigan
(Steve Mason, Charles Miller, Ben
Starr and Bob Osgood). Time, 3:29.9.
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uate, Mass., winger tied up the score
The Michigan team. apparently
much fresher than the Gophers de-
spite their lack of rest, dominated
the play in the overtime period and
when Gib James dropped at Wilkin-
son's feet, Fabello slapped the de-
ciding tally into the mesh.
The overtime goal was the subject
of a good deal of controversy, par-
ticularly on the part of Coach Larry
Armstrong, who protested at great
length that the goal had been scored
after the pile up in the Minnesota
net. Referee Paddy Farrell, who did
a very capable job of officiating, ruled,
however, that the puck had crossed
the goal mouth before the players had
tangled in the net.
Tonight's game will be a real battle
between two teams fighting for the
Western Conference Championship,
and will start promptly at 8:30.
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Savings & Commercial Bank will be available only at the main office, Main
and Huron Streets, following suspension of functions formerly performed
by the temporary branch located in the former Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Banking facilities for the University area will be available at the Univer-
sity office, 707 North University Ave., the former location of the Ann Arbor
Savings Bank Branch. Safety deposit box service will be maintained at the
former branch of the Farmers & Mechanics Bank, Nickels Arcade at State St.
Both the Main office and University office of the Ann Arbor Savings
& Commercial Bank are equipped to extend complete banking service.
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