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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan-Illinois Cage Tilt Dedicated To

Founder Of Sport

Illini Mentor
Here For Last
TimeMonday
Earl Townsend, Rudness,
And Gee Nurse Injuries
But Will Start
The Michigan-Illinois basketball
game next Monday night at Yost
Field House has been designated as
"Naismith Night" by Coach Franklin
C. Cappon to honor Dr. George Nai-
smith of Kansas University, founder
of the hardwood sport.
Colleges and high schools all over
the country have honored Dr. Nai-
smith in this way as a part of a na-
tion-wide campaign to send the ven-
erable founder of basketball to
Olympic games in Berlin this sum-
mer. The first Olympic basketball
championships will be played this
year marking the development of the
cage game into an international sport
since its founding some forty years
ago.
Coach Cappon said that pails will
be placed at each entrance of the
Field House to receive contributions
to the Naismith fund. Any size con-
tribution will be appreciated.
Ruby To Retire
Monday's game will also mark the
final appearance of Craig Ruby, Il-
linois mentor, and Ruby-coached
teams in the Field House for the
Illini coach is to retire at the close
of the present season. The Michi-
gan-Illinois tilt at Urbana last Mon-
day night marked the final appear-
ance of Ruby at Illinois.
Three Varsity cagers are nursing
injuries following last week-end's
brace of wins. John Gee, who has
shown so much improvement in the
last few weeks, is still hampered by
a painful ankle sprain; Earl Town-
send, forward, has a heel bruise; and
George Rudness, guard, a sprained
ankle. Coach Cappon was reasonably
sure that all three of these men
would be in shape for the return
game with the Illinois team.
Will Break Tie
Both of the remaining games on
the Wolverines' Big Ten schedule are
of the utmost importance with re-
gard to the final Conference stand-
ings. The Illinois game will break
the third place tie between the Var-'
sity and the Indians. The Purdue
game, however, will have even great-
er importance on the ultimate title
winner.
Working on the supposition that
the Boilermakers get by Iowa with-
out harm Saturday night and In-
diana's Red Raiders defeat Northwes-
tern's "bag of surprises," the Michi-
gan-Purdue tilt will be the deciding
and most important game of the sea-
son. At Bloomington Hoosier support-
ers are giving up daily prayers for the
Wolverines. The scene 'at Lafayette
is slightly different.
Rates Third
At the present time Michigan rates
third in the Conference in team scor-
ing with 346 points behind Purdue's
411 and Indiana's 377. However, the
Varsity does not rate so high de-
fensively at least as far as its op-
ponents' scoring record would show,
ranking seventh. Ohio State's 209 is
first by 48 points.
The Illini leadsMichigan in points
scored by the opposition but lags be-
hind as far as their own scoring is
concerned.
LIONS OPTIMISTIC
The Detroit Lions will win the Na-
tional League pro football champion-
ship for the next three or four years,
George A. Richards, owner of the
club, told west coast writers.

Athletic Board Restates
Policy On Admissions

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Squad To Test

Due to a misunderstanding ap-
parently brought about by an ad- Til Chces
mission charge at the State A.A.U.
track meet, held independently of the Chief Strength
University, the Board in Control of 1-oosiers' Chief Strength
Physical Education has re-stated its Lies In Distance Events
admission policies.
All students are admitted free to And 440-Yard Run
every athletic event held in Ann Ar-

bor upon presentation of their identi-
fication cards, except swimming and
hockey. Due to the limited seatingI
capacities at the pool and at the ice
rink, it is necessary to make a charge
for those events.
Mermen Rest
Bef ore Clash
With Hawkeyes,
Probable List Of Entries
Contains Surprises; Bill
Crittenden To Swim
Believing that his proteges have
reached a maximum of development
for the week, Cotch Matt Mann yes-
terday called off this afternoon's
practice and will allow his swimmers
to rest until time for the Iowa meet
tomorrow night.
At the same time Coach Mann!
made known the probable entries he
will pit against the powerful Hawk-
eye team in a list that contains some
surprises.
Bill Crittenden, letter-winner as a
sophomore last year who was de-
clared eligible last week, has sup-
planted Ed VanderVelde as second
man in the. breast-stroke to swim
with Jack Kasley, National cham-
pion.
Kasley, along with his duties in the
200-yard event and the very im-
portant breast-stroke leg of the 300-
yard medley relay, will swim in the
440-yard free-style with Frank Bar-
nard. Kasley beat Bernard in the
220 against Michigan State in his
only free-style start this year.
Two more changes contemplated by
Coach Mann are even more surpris-
ing. The Wolverine mentor has nom-
inated diver Ben Grady for action in
the 50-yard free-style sprint and
will probably use Ed Drew, senior
sprinter, in the 150-yard back-stroke.
Manley Osgood, letter-winner as a
dashman in 1934, will perform in the
220 free-style with Barnard. Osgood,
who regained his eligibility with the
new semester, swam in the 400-yard
sprint relay against Ohio State last
Saturday.
PITY THE ANNOUNCERS
Harry Yamagamachi, of Japanese
parentage, is being groomed for quar-
terback at the University of Wash-
ington next fall.

Rated a heavy favorite to retain
its Big Ten track crown in early
winter predictions, but given only a
slight chance to do so after the in-
eligibility announcements were made,
Michigan's Varsity track team Satur-
day night will have the opportunity
to send its stock soaring once again
when it meets Indiana's powerhouse.
All that the Wolverines will have
to do to reestablish themselves as
main contenders to succeed them-
selves on the Conference throne is
score an impressive victory over the
Hoosiers, a feat already conceded by
Coach Chuck Hoyt to be practically
impossible. A week ago this team
that will meet Michigan in Yost
Field House romped to a 72-32 win'
over Ohio State, bettering three of
their field house records.
There is no doubt about the fact
that Indiana has the strongest group
of distance men in the Conference
and Michigan's best chance of beat-
CALDEMEYER ILL
According to reports from Bloom-
ington, Ind., Dan Caldemeyer, ace
Hoosier hurdler and high-jumper,
may be unable to compete against
the Wolverine track team in the
Michigan-Indiana meet Saturday
night. Caldemeyer was taken to the
hospital Tuesday with an attack of
influenza. The I.U. star was a sure*
point winner in both of his events.
ing the Hoosiers, if they can do so
at all, lies in cutting them out of
points in the long runs.
In the mile this burden will rest
upon the shoulders of Brelsford, Fink
and O'Connell. Staehle and Stone
will be depended upon to score for
the Wolverines in the gruelling two
m'iles race. Indiana, on the other
hand, has a quartet of men to enter
in each of these events and the out-
come of the meet may depend on
how Coach Hayes arranges his en-
tries.
Last week Smith won the mile in
4:22.7 against the Buckeyes while
Brelsford was clocked in 4:22.2. Both
times are better than Brelsford's
time in last year's Conference indoor
meet in which he placed first. Deck-
ard, Lash and Hobbs round out the
visiting quartet of distance stars and
both Deckard and Lash rate prac-
tically on a par with Smith.
Aside from the distance events
the 440 should be the best race of
the meet for in this event Stan
Birleson will be facing Bob Collier
who turned in a 50.5 quarter against
Ohio State. Birleson is just recover-

The hOT STOVE
-- By BILL REED ---
THE five best two-milers in the of the cage season, in fact. Holder of
Conference and only three places the freshman record of 47 feet four
for them is the prospect for the In- inches in the shot put, John will
diana-Michigan dual track meet make his first Varsity track appear-
which tops the sports program for ance against Indiana.
the week-end. Lack of practice, however, is ex-
The quintet is composed of Don pected to keep him from pressing
Lash, Harry Smith and Tommy Schneiderman of Indiana, who had a
Deckard, all of Indiana, making up best throw of better than 45 feet last
the greatest group of distance run- week.
ners ever to compete from one school, *
and Walter Stone and Bill Staehle, Genial Matt Mann, who also
Michigan's distance stars. has something of a dual meet on
The Indiana trio to date has the schedule for Saturday, draws
competed in two dual meets this the line. In twenty-five years of
winter, and in the mile and two coaching he has drawn all sorts
mile they have not lost a single of verbal abuse, but without a
place! Smith and Deckard, both murmur.
sophomores, have cut in front of It remained for the South Bend
Lash, who is Big Ten outdoor Tribune to bring a response by term-
champion in both events, but the ing him "the venerable Matt Mann"
three have never allowed an out- recently.
sider to place. ~eety
Matt is a very easy man to get
Michigan's duo, however, is very along with, but if you care to unleash
much determined to protest the the gruffest in British gruffness, call
Hoosier monopoly, but comparative him "venerable"
times if nothing else indicate their _
difficulty. Lash has yet to win the
two-mile this winter against the oth-
er two as Smith has finished first Our New
twice, but each time he and Deckard
have both been close behind.
Smith, national cross-country
champion, has a best time for the Spring
winter of 9:22.7. Lash, in winning
the Big Ten title here last spring, was
timed in 9:17.2. SU ITS and
Stone and Staehele are both cap-
able of 9:35 and better, the timeT
which Staehle turned in in winning opCOats
in the Michigan State dual meet Sat-
urday.
* * MALLORY HATS-

TEAMS ON TOUR MORE POLITICS?
Two English college rugby teams Tom Farley, brother of the post-
from Edinburgh and Oxford will tour IImaster-general is a deputy boxing
the United States this spring. ! commissioner in New York.

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As an added attraction at the
Indiana track meet (as if an
added attraction were needed)
Coach Ken Doherty is going to
send his freshman mile relay
team out against the present rec-
ord of 3:29.3, held by Brelsford,
Stiles, Birleson and Hall.
The quartet selected by Doherty
for the race is composed of Ross
Faulkner, Harold Davidson, Ralph
Rosenberg and Roy Heath. The
quartet was selected on time trials
among twelve freshmen, with Heath
running the fastest quarter in 52.3.
The individual trial times give a total,
of 3:30.5 for the mile, and taking off
a second and a half for running starts
it appears that the team has a good
chance to break the old mark.
John Townsend is going to make
the transformation from basketball to
track in rapid order, before the end
ing from an injury but is expected
to be in shape by the end of the week
and fans will probably see one of the
fastest quarter mile races of the local
indoor season.

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