TUESDAY; FEBRUARY :, 1936
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
To Meet With
Hawkeye Tea -
Coach Mann Satisfied With
Showing Against Bucks;
Kasley, Reike Star
Well satisfied with his champions'
showing against the powerful Ohio
State team, Coach Matt Mann yeter-
day set about to prepare the Wol-
verine swimmers for Friday night's
meet with the cocky Iowa team
that is headed for a strong drive
at Michigan's Conference title.
The Varsity took six firsts in nine
events Saturday afternoon in drub-
bing Coach Mike Peppe's Buckeyes
50 to 34. Harry Reike and Jack Kas-
ley shared the spotlight for Mich-
igan, while Dexter Woodford starred
for Ohio State.
Reike in his first start for Mich-
igan won the back-stroke from Cap-
tain Charlie Salie of the invaders in
the good time of 1:41.5. Taking the
lead at the outset, the Wolverine
sophomore employed a smooth
stroke to stay ahead all the way and
defeat his All-American rival by a
Kasley repeated his performance
of the first Indiana meet by swim-
ming the 200-yard breast-stroke in
2:26, one and six-tenths seconds bet-
ter than his own National Intercol-
Defeating his old rival Frank Bar-
nard first by inches and then by
less than a yard, Woodford won the
440-yard free-style in 4:59.3 and the
220 in 2:18.2. Bob Mowerson was a
foot back of Barnard in the latter
Lew Faulkenstein gave the visitors
their third first place with a :25 per-
formance in the 50-yardhsprint.
Ned Diefendorf in the high-board
diving, Ed Drew in the 100-yard free-
style and the medley and sprint re-
lay teams were the remaining Wol-
400-yard free style relay-Won by
Michigan (Drew, Osgood, McCarty
Mowerson); Ohio State (Williams.
Smith, G. Figley, Kessler), second
200-yard breast stroke-Won by
Kasley (M); Kirbert (Ohio), second;
Gustafson (Ohio), third. Time-2:26
150-yard back stroke-Won by
Reike (M); Salie (O), second; Smith
(O), third. Time-1:41.5.
50-yard free style-Won by Faulk
enstein (O); Blake (M), second; Wil
liams (O), third. Time-0:25.
440-yard free style-Won by Wood
ford (O), Barnard (M), second; Fig
ley (O), third. Time-4:59.3.
100-yard free style-Won by Drew
(M); McCarty (M), second; Kessle
(O), third. Time-0:56.3.
High-broad diving-Won by Dief
endorf (M), 127; Grady (M), sec
ond, 118.55;; Patterson (O), thir
220-yard free style-Won by Wood
ford (O); Barnard (M), second
Mowerson (M), third. Time 2:18.2.
300-yard medley relay-Won b:
Michigan (Reike, Kasley, McCarty)
Ohio (Salie, Kirbert, Kessler), sec
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The iOT STOVEj
_______________ -- By BIILL REEO -
WELL, it seems that Michigan has hope), gave Michigan a one-point
already lost the Big Ten track advantage over the Hoosiers.
championship, or so it seems from Indiana presents a powerhouse in
what werhear. But then, Coach the distances with the great trio of
Eddie Lowrey was slated to go backSmith, Deckard and Lash. The lat
to Canada without exactly pleasantSr, Decenrd and L he lat
memories of the current hockey sea- ter, Conference outdoor champion in
son after a trip to Minneapolis last both mile and two mile, has been
month. beaten consistently during the in-
What we mean is simply that our door season by the other two, both
money is still on Coach Hoyt's team sophomores. In the quarter In-
in the Conference meet next month diana has Bob Collier, the diminutive
after witnessing the precedent estab- sprinter, who ran that event for the
lished last weekend by Larry David first time against Ohio State in the
and Company. surprising time of 50.4 seconds, and in
Every Michigan hat goes otTn.o the hurdles events Dan Caldemeyer,
that little gang of Eddie Low- whose times this year are at varying
rey's (and a few Minnesota hats, distances, making comparison im-
too, we suspect). (Speaking of possible.
hats at the moment, Michigan The ubiquitous Marmeduke Hobbs
doffs theirs to goalie Bud Wilkin- of Indiana may be the key to the
son) meet's outcome with his showing in
But what we started off on was the half mile. Howard Davidson and
track. Thinks admittedly look pret- Ben Starr can pick up eight points
ty dark, and Coach Hoyt is one of in that event if Hobbs does no better
the. bluest men in town these days. than he has to date, but he is a per-
Three weeks ago Michigan was the sistent fellow. And perhaps the final
team to beat without question, but deciding factor will be the manner in
then came in eligibilities and injur- which Coach Ed Hays uses his dis-
iies atance trio.
Barring injuries, which may be
recovered without harm to the squad Despite a considerable reputa-
by March 15, the worst blow of course Lion for the use of his physical
came with the ineligibility of Dave gifts which he has built up in
Hunn, who won the A.A.U. pole vault midwestern football circles, Ced-
Saturday. For Hunn, class of the ric Sweet is the number one fall
Conference pole vaulters, not only guy in athletic tests around here
meant from three to five points for Last winter in a confident mom-
Michigan, but those points were cnt he wagered a quart of ice
places taken away from Wisconsin cream with Coach Charlie Hoyt
so that his loss means a six or ten in a 10-yard sprint. He lost.
point difference in the standings of Saturday afternoon, on a bet with
these two teams, doped to battle for 145-pound Ferris Jennings, Cedric
the title with Indiana. lost, again, when the 145-poun
The size of the situation today Jenruings pinned him in a wrestling
is simply that every man on the matcl.
Michigan team will have to give _-~~--~~~_
everything he has and more. And -
the hockey team's precedent and
the past record of Coach Hoyt's i y.aa- - --gs
squad shows that it can be done.
We repeat, our money still rides. W..Pt
And still on track, it looks like the
best meet of the year here Saturday ...............9 1 .90C
night with the Indiana powerhouse. I.Purdue........:........9 1 .90
Nomteyowyufgr i i ilMichigan...............4 .60(
be close. At a matter of fact, 'weIllinois ................6 4 .60
havelbefore us twodope sheets, the Northwestern ..........5 4 .55
. Ohio State ............5 5 .50
one compiled last week after Michi-......................4 6 .40
gan had competed in the State A.A.U. Wisconsin............3 7 .30
- meet and after Indiana had over- Minesota....... . . . . . 3 9 .25
- whelmed Illinois, the other compiled Chicagot..............0 9 .00
yesterday on the basis of Michigan's'
- win over Michigan State and In- Last Night's Results
diana's win over Ohio State. Michigan 42, Illinois 37.
Both sheets, based on the most Purdue 34, Minnesota 29.
conservative estimates (so we Northwestern 33, Wisconsin 28.
Hockey Squad Dy
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- IL)t dby veek in May to form an or-
Sii olvritie iuizaonforthe inauguration of a
it alt1 #, e>< t#1 e~t>E it, <T'ifOlympiad" proposed by Her-
Battere#d Condition After beri flayard Swope, chairman of the
Slphtiiig Wit G 4)p1lfr s New York Racing Commission.
I PHILADELPHIA -__~ John D. Shibe
was elected president of the Phila-
Michigan's gallant little hockey "delpia Athletics yesterday, succeed-
team, battered and leg weary after pghis Atler ticerTeiaysced
hei guing twogame seies w Shibe, who died a week ago.
Minnesota, began preparations last HARTFORD - Germaine Glidden,
night for the invasion of the Michi- No. 1 Harvard man, is the new Na-
gan Tech puck squad Friday and Sat- tional Squash Racquets champion.
urday nights. In an all-Harvard final here yester-
Beaten, 5-1, in their second clash day, he defeated Andrew J. Ingra-
with the Gophers after a sensational ham, of Cleveland, a Harvard grad-
2-1 victory in the opening tilt, the bate, 15-9, 13-15, 15-8 and 15-6.
Wolverines put up as game an ath- HANOVER -- Lotta McCray, star
letic performance in the Coliseum lastg don the Dartmouth football
week-end as Michigan sport fans willteam rallied last night after under-
ever witness.-1 going an operation for a ruptured
'Almost 'L'oo Much' spleen suffered in a skiing accident,
_"Playing.___ two games ........:4on.. successive,,...a~
1 - _ I ___
"Playing two games on successive :
nights against teams with double our
man power is almost too much to
ask," Coach Eddie Lowrey said yes-T
terday, as the Wolverines limbered up3
in their initial drill of the week. "Noc
other Michigan teams are called up-l
on for the same stamina with so few1
reserves, and I hope in the future we1
can work out an arrangement which
will take less out of the players on
the perrennial small hockey squads
we have here."
Vic Heyliger, whose long hockey
stick was the key to the effectiveness
of the Michigan back-checking in
both games, said that the series was
the most gruelling in which he had
Gib Still Smiles
Gib James, whose father came all
the way from Ottawa to witness the
game Saturday night, was still able to
flash his Canadian smile in the locker
room after it was all over and said
"next year" whereupon Co-captain
Ted Mitchell, one of the best sports-
man hockey will ever produce, said
he and the fellows would look for-
ward to the series next winter, and
added as an afterthought, that Min-
nesota would lose only Bud Smith and
Dick Kroll from this year's squad.
Larry David pulled a muscle in his
abdomen late in the game but con-
tinued at his defense post despite
considerable discomfort. Irwin Sha-
lek, Wolverine goalie, deserves a big
hand for his work in the net.
but his condition is still regarded
NEW YORK - Jimmy Johnston,
Madison Square Garden promoter,
yesterday wired Max and Buddy Baer
offers to meet the winner of the
Primo Carnera-Isidor Gastanaga
heavyweight match. Max was quoted
last week as planning a comeback.
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hard battle in the 145-pound match.
The Generals' star chalked up a 2:13
Carl Arenz, another Southern Con-
ference titleholder, proved to be too
powerful for Taylor, winning the 155-
pound tilt as he pleased. The wrest-
lers were ordered to mix it up from
a standing position in the final two
minutes because Arenz was penalized
for stalling. The visitor ran up a
7:26 time advantage. However, Tay-
lor deserves a lot of credit for his
fighting spirit and fine courage.
Following Seitz's 2:59 win over
Lowell in the 165-pound class, Ka-
plan registered the only fall of the
evening when he pinned Schuman's
shoulders to the mat in 3:46 with a
half nelson and body hold.
118-pounds: John Speicher (M) de-
feated J. P. Evans (W. & L). Time
126-pounds: Rowland Thomas (W.
& L.) won referee's decision over Paul
135-pounds: Earl Thomas (M)
gained the referee's decision over
Dave Basile (W. & L).
145-pounds: Glen Shively (W. &
L.) beat Capt. Wally Heavenrich (M).
Time advantage, 2:13.
155-pounds: Carl Arenz' (W. & L.)
defeated Wendell Taylor (M). Time
165-pounds: Ed Seitz (W. & L.)
won from Bill Lowell (M). Time ad-
175-pounds: Martin Kaplan (W. &
L.) pinned Stan Schuman (M). Half
nelson and body hold. Time: 3:46.
Heavyweight: Hugo Bonino (W. &
L.) defeated Harry Wright (M). Time
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