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Y, FEBRUARY 26, 1936

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAG

Michigan
Cappon Lauds
Squad's Work
In Both Games'

Cagers

Tied

For

Expect Toughest Competition From Michigan

PoW
Te
T

Third Place In Conference Race
verful Iowa Tradition Of Historic Minute-Men Is
am Is Threat U
.Upheld By Present Day M' Puck Trio

Rosenthal Leads Hawkeye
Scorers With 13 Points
Before Leaving Floor
14,000 View Tilts
Illinois, Purdue Clashes
To Conclude Basketball
Season Next Week
Coach Franklin Cappon's surpris-
ing Wolverines, temporarily safely
lodged in third place with Illinois,
returned from their most successful
week-end of the season late yester-
day afternoon, having drubbed Iowa
Saturday, 31 to 25, and outscored the
Iun Monday, 42 to 37, giving them a
record of six wins against four losses.
Cappon was completely satisfied
with his basketball team. At Iowa
the Varsity ran into a strong defense.
Ken Suesens, Hawkeye sophomore,
put on one of the best guarding per-
formances recorded against the Wol-
verines this year holding John Town-
send to six points. Every time the
ball came into Townsend, Suesens
was on him like atleech, giving him
but little chance to either pass or
run up his scoring total.
Has Real Speed
Most of the scoring against the
Iowa five was done on long shots
and one-handed flips. Capt. Sid
Rosenthal was the Hawkeyes' out-
standing offensive threat, scoring13
points before he went out of the game
on fouls. It was Rosenthal's speed
that gave him his baskets.
Ilinois was a different story. The
Indians couldn't stop John Town-
send's passed and had a lot of trouble
getting the ball both off the back-
board and tip-off. Despite an injured
ankle John Gee got more than his
share of the center-tips from Bob
Riegel, -high jumper on the Illinois
track team. Gee, whose injury made
him, a doubtful starter, played 33
Minutes against Iowa and 29 against
Illinois, scoring a total of 10 points.
John Townsend hit the basket for
16 points, running his total up to
86 in Conference competition. Earl,
who had hit a slow spot in the last
few weeks, came out of it, hitting for
14 ,points while George Rudness, who
looked bad at Indiana, led with 18.
Bud Combes Hot
' hBud Combes, Illini forward, put on
the best scoring exhibition of the
year, despite the efforts of Capt. Chel-
so Tamagno, connecting for nine field
goals and a free throw for a total of
19 points. According to Cappon,
Combes was just hot and no amount
of guarding would have stopped him.
He was hitting the hoop from every
corner and was not to be denied his
points.
A total of 14,000 spectators watched
the Michigan five, with 8,000 pack-
ing the Iowa field house and 6,000
paying their last respects to Craig
Ruby, retiring Illinois coach.
The Wolverines have two games re-
maining on their schedule, both to be
played at Yost Field House. The Il-
linois five will attempt to break the
third-place tie next Monday night
andPurdue's Boilermakers close the
season in the year's feature a week
from this Saturday.
Class B Cage Teams Win
Feature Intramural Tilts
The Sigma Alpha Mu and Delta
Tau Delta class B basketball teams
won their regular league tilts in the
featured games of yesterday's Intra-
mural cage competition at the Intra-
mural Sport, Building.
The Delt quintet defeated Chi Psi,
8 to 7, whie the S.A.M. five drubbed
Alpha Omega, 28 to 6. In a previous
game the Delt teamed beat Alpha
Omega by an identical score.
AT LAST!
Reggie McNamara, the iron man
of the six-day bike races, has defi-

nitely retired.

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Hawkeye Natators' Times
In Most Events Better
Than Those Of Varsityj

By FRED BUESSER perience previous to this year hadl
"They shall not pass" was the re- been confined to playing goal for al

ply hurled into the faces of the
British regulars by an American Pa-

i
I

Stop-watch evidence drifting into
Ann Arbor from Iowa City this weeki
is proving that Coach Matt Mann had

done some very serious thinking last
month when he aired the possibility
of a Michigan defeat at the handsx
of Iowa in the Big Ten swimming
meet.c
The Hawkeyes, who come here for ac
dual meet Friday night, overwhelmedt
Illinois, Conference second place win-1
ner last year, in a clash in the
Iowa pool Saturday night with a score
of 58 to 26, and in doing so broke
two National Intercollegiate records,
:"Y"'" ':"^"":... .... ........P:?"}::}r. :xsfive university marks and bet tered-
{:; .;.. ':.;..::.;;::,;>:" {..ss:>:<>s:z> ; ::.>">: L?::.six Big Ten standards.
:::;:}L;: <. "::":.y.,:.:,:::.:::::.::::::::....~..:.. . . ... . . . . . . . . On a whole the performances of
we better tn Miia simmers
Drysdale's Mark Falls
--Associated Press Photo
Indiana's two wrestling champions, "Two Bit" Meyers, national Dick Westerfield, All-American
A.A.U. 112-lb. titleholder, and Charley McDaniel (left), national inter- of his career to break Taylor Drys-
collegiate heavyweight champ, will defend their laurels in the coming dales atolrecordafor tey5-
Natinal meet. Johr. Cameron and Tiny Wright, two of Cliff Keen's yard distance in 20-yard pools by
proteges, are expected to supply the stiffest opposition to these Hoosiers one and five-tenths seconds Wester-
in their quest for further mat glory. field's time of 1:36.6 in the short
tank would be good for about 1:39 in
Michigan's 25-yard pool. Harry Rei-
Track TeamIs Freshmen Grid Huskies ker has the best Michigan mark this
winter to his credit with an effort
Bolstered For Dave Walters recently acquired
"8-6-4 wham," and two fresh- sprint star, accounted for the second
men football huskies pushed National record when he swam the
Hports reporter half way across out the old mark of :29.4 made by
the gym. Michigan's Ogden Darymple last
Indiana Will Face Strong "2-3-7 wham," and they rode winter.gWalter's time at this odd
Michigan Team; Patton the rest of the way across the distance would give him about a
floor. :23.6 50-yard sprint, as compared to
Definitely To Run Coach Kipke and the reporter the average of :25 made by Coach
were riding on the new blocking Mann's dashmen this season.
When Indiana's powerful track dummy that has been the cause After Yale's record of 3:34.5 in
squad moves in on Coach Chuck of many headaches to the fresh- the 400-meter sprint relay, the Iowa
Hoyt's Wolverines at Yost Field man football players since prac- quartet of Walters, Dick Sieg, Bill
tice started last Thursday. The Wehmeyer and Capt. Adolf Jacobs-
House Saturday night it will not meetblocking dummy has taken the meyer did 3:34.6. Michigan has not
an injury-riddled team as many fans place of the driving net in the broken 3:40 so far this season.
believe, but instead will facethe de- Intramural Sports Building and In the course 'of the relay, Walters
fending champions of the Western I Coach Courtright has taken over swam his 100-yard leg in 51.5, un-
Conference at their full strength. the responsibility of seeing that officially equalling the Intercollegiate
the dummy is kept in constant record for the short course. Bob
use. Mowerson is Michigan's best in the
sence of some of its stars, the Michi- ( The practice is designed pri- century at around :54.
gan team is this week rounding into marily to get the players in con- Even In Distances
shape. Coach Hoyt stated yesterday dition for spring practice. Against Illinois Bob Christians,
that Stan Birleson, outstanding quar- Hawkeye sophomore, negotiated the
ter miler, would make his first start T 440-yard free-style distance in 4:57.7,
of the year in the meet Saturday un-T ree H ckey and Capt. Jacobsmeyer won the 220
less a recurrence of his injury oc- in 2:17.8. Fitting these times to a
curs before that time, which is not G am es Rem ain 25-yard course, it appears that the
likely. Birleson is working out daily Iowa distance stars are about on
now and his presence will bolster ta par with Frank Barnard's efforts
Michigan's hopes considerably. Har- rOnIck Cart this winter. Friday night's meet may
vey Patton, short run star who was be decided on these races.
kept out of the State meet, will defi- AIowa failed to break Michigan's In-
nitely run against Indiana. A lengthy scrimmage followed by tercollegiate record of 2:59 in the
Dave Barnes, however, appears to a short shooting drill was the order medley relay, but the performance of
be through for the rest of the indoor of proceedings in the Coliseum last Westerfield, Wehmeyer and Walters
season, Hoyt stated, due to a pulled night as Coach Eddie Lowrey put his in covering the 300 yards in 3:00.6
leg muscle. His absence cuts down pucksters through their first stiff gives notice that the usual supremacy
the Wolverine strength in the dash. workout in preparation for the Michi- of the Wolverines in this event is in
Outside of Barnes the entire Michi- gan Tech invasion Friday and Satur- danger.
gan team is expected to be in condi- day. With Jack Kasley swimmg mnhis
tion, although Davidson is reported Tonight Lowrey plans the same usual championship manner, the
to be slightly ill. He is expected toll tonic for his small squad and willW stroke, but diver annex the brasde-
be able to compete against the Hoos- then let the boys taper off Thursday frke Michigan's Der Johnston and
iers,. however. evening with a good rest. Ned Diefendorf in competition, so the
Speaking on the possibility of a The Tech Series will be the last outcome of the springboard event
Michigan victory, Coach Hoyt yes- scheduled home games of the sea- appears to be a tossup.
terday classed the meet as a toss-up son, but there is a strong probability
with the odds, if favoring either that the Chatham Maroons who were IT'S hEREDITARY
team, giving a slight edge to In- recently eliminated from the Senior Jim Ten Eyck, Syracuse coach, has
dbea.ro.A.taf heyit.d w inthree candidates for his varsity crew
Indiana may enter any of a quar- be brought back the first week in whose fathers rowed for him more
tet of men, Lash, Smith, Decker and March. than 20 years ago.
Hobbs, in the mile and two mile and Chatham was beaten by Pt. Ed-
if the first three run in each race ward, 1-0, in a startling upset in
Michigan will probably get no better which both goalies had more than
than one position in each. Clayt 1 60 saves. -__ _
Brelsford, conference indoor mile 1 In the event that the Chatham
champion, is expected to lead the tilt, one that would be sure to pack
parade of Wolverine milers but will the Coliseum, can not be arranged,
have to turn in excellent time to-beat the Wolverine hockey season will
out Lash or Smith. Both of these, close on March 3 when Captain Lar-
men will probably place in the two ry David leads his team into De-
mile also while Staehle is depended troit's Olympia for a clash with the f
upon to place for Michigan. Wayne University sextet.
isi

triot at Concord bridge a hundred-
and-sixty years ago.
Today "They Shall not Pass" isl
the grim axiom of Victor Heyliger,
Concord, Mass., New Englander who
has become famous as one of the
greatest back-checkers collegiate
hockey has ever known.
Playing his second year as center
on the Varsity team, Heyliger's great-
est asset is his ability to break up
the passing plays of opposing teams
before they get well underway.

mediocre fraternity team and watch-
ing Tiny Thompson perform in the
nets for the Boston Bruins, is anoth-
er Massachusetts Minute-Man. He
has picked up the principles of goal
tending with remarkable speed con-
sidering his late start, and the cour-
age which he demonstrated in the

week. The northern hefters, Captain
Larry David and Bob Simpson, are
the staunch pioneers who back the
Minute-Men, but whoa there. Hid-
ing out on left wing is old Gib James,

IRWIN SHALEK

a sly Canadian and a Tory of the
worst scort. He reiases to acknowl-
edge anyone but his Royal Majesty
The King of England-and his team-
mates, for whom he will some day
become a great star.

ODD

JOHNNY FABELLO

VIC HEYLIGER

Heyliger is not the only Michigan
hockey player with the heritage of
the Massachusselts Minute-Men,
however. Both Johnny Fabello and
Goalie Irwin Shalek boast Massa-
chusetts homes, and both have been
instrumental in Heyliger's Minute-
Man "They Shall Not Pass" cam-
paign.
In his first year as a Varsity starter
Fabello gives every indication of de-
veloping into a great wing. His speed
and stick handling abiilty seem to
develope every time he skates out on
the ice, and his two goals against
Minnesota in Friday night's thriller
are only mild indication of what the
Scituaite Flyer can do.
Shalek, whose only hockey ex-

recent Gopher series, stamps him as
worthy of wearing the same Minute-
Man Badge as Heyliger and Fabello.
Between Michigan's three Minute-
Men is the well known pair of Min-
nesota bouncers who paraded so ef-
fectively in Michigan colors last
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