THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Gib James Leads Scoring
With Five Points; May Be
Lost For Tonight's Game
Shalek Stars In Net
Teams Meet In Deciding
Clash On Coliseum Rink
W ill Battle Northwestern Here
Scores Two Wins
At 8:30 Tonight
By FRED BUESSER
Michigan's scrappy little
team, off to a sluggish start
opening stanza, came to life
second period of last night's series
opener with the Michigan Tech Min-
ers and banged home five goals tc
assume a lead which was neve
threatened. The final count was 6-3.
The Wolverine forwards, paced by
Gib James, who counted two goah
and three assists, all broke into the
soring column. James, ;however.
was forced to retire from the gam
early in the third period when he
suffered a badly bruised back after
a collision with the boards. Whether
the Toying Tory will be able to play
in tonight's game, the last scheduled
home tilt of the season, and the
deciding clash for the mythical Mich-
igan crown, was not known late last
Irwin Shalek turned in an out-
standing performance in the nets for
Michigan last night as time after
time he came out to smother what
looked like sure goals from men in
McCarthy Opens Scoring
Trhe first period was marked by
sporadic sallies on the part of both
teams until Larry David was put off
for charging. Tech tried to put on
the pressure, but James captured a
loose puck and raced the length of
the ice only to be robbed by Camp-
bell, Tech goalie. .
Upon David's return, Michigan re-
sumed the offensive, but Tech caught
the Wolverine rear guard asleep, and
only a great save by Shalek averted
a Husky score..
There was less than ten seconds to
go in the period when McCarthy,
sophomore center, catching the Wol-
verine forwards all down the ice,
broke with Joe Stack. Just as he
hit the defense, McCarthy laid a
beautiful pass on Stack's stick, and
the latter rode in on Shalek to blast
a shoulder high drive into the corner.
Michigan returned to the game
after the first period intermission
and proceeded to run all over the in-
vaders. Gib James broke down his
own left flank, circled the goal and
passed out to Heyliger who smacked
the rubber into the twine just 45
seconds after the opening whistle.
Fabello Gets One
Michigan made it 2-1 after seven
minutes of play when James, after
missing a long shot, followed in after
the puck and passed it back to Johnny
Fabello who was standing about fif-
teen feet out on his accustomed right
wing berth. Fabello took plenty of
time and drilled the disc past Camp-
The Tech skaters, suddenly cata-
pulted from the position of leaders
to that of underdogs, put on the
pressure. Fabello snagged the puck
after a mix-up in front of the Mich-
igan goal and whipped a pass to
James. Gib was carried wide at the
red line by Captain Doug Latimer,
but the Canadian sophomore let loose
a blazing drive which caught the far
corner and made the score 3-1. The
fourth Wolverine counter came on
the same kind of play. Heyliger
passed out of a melee at the Mich-
igan end of the rink to James, who
skated around the lone Husky de-
fensemen to give Michigan three-
Jack Merrill made it 5-1 a few min-
utes later when he rammed James'
pass from behind the goal past the
frantically outstretched arm of Goalie
[ichigan Po. Mich. Tech
Shalek G Campbell
David D Latimer
Simpson D Mullins
Heyliger C Pelto
James W Hurley
Fabello W Nekervis
Spares: Michigan, Merrill.
Michigan Tech: Abb, McCarthy,
Scoring: Stack (McCarthy)
Penalty: David (Roughing).
Scoring: Heyliger (James) :45.
Fabello (James) 7:45.
James (Fabello) 9:55.
James (Heyliger) 12:55.
Merrill (James) 14:45.
Penalty: David (Roughing).
Snoring: Heliger (Merrill)
By BILL REED
JUST as some of our friends, and
not all of them as seedy-looking
as the moralists would have it, take
,heir greatest pleasure in predicting
he outcome of various contests of
,peed among horseflesh, this depart-
ment makes no secret of its delight
'n doping college track meets.
Not at all that we make any claim
to the status of expert, for the very
fact that the predictions are pub-
'ished is pretty definite proof to the
:ontrary. Rather we are simply
young and indiscreet, with nothing to
lose anyway. And that is not even
mentioning the rationalization that
;uch a dope sheet does offer a basis
:f comparison before the meet.
At any rate, we submit this dope
sheet for tonight's Michigan-Indiana
'rack meet. Phil Diamond, dean of
;he dopesters, has remarked that no
less than a six-point spread in either
direction is possible for either team
and there is no doubt about that.
Elowever, and the. Michigan total has
nexplicably jumped since early in
the week, our sheet shows the Wol-
verines to win by no less than three
Mile run: This should be the best
"ace of the evening. We pick Clayton
Brelsford (4:22.2) to finish ahead of
the Indiana entries, probably Smith
(4:22.7) and Lash. It will take a
4:20 pace to beat Brelsford and one
.low quarter will favor him as he un-
questionably has the speed which
none of.the Hoosiers has.
60-Yard Dash: Sam Stoller (:06.2)
won't be pressed, Bob Collier of In-
diana (:06 4) should be second and
either Steve Mason or Harvey Pat-
ton can take third.
440-Yard Dash: Ten days ago Stan
Birleson (50.2 in practice) would
have been a cinch, but a leg injury
and Bob Collier's :50.5 last week make
things look different. Mason or Pat-
ton cannot be ruled out, either. Give
Michigan four, Indiana five, and
there is no question.
65-Yard High Hurdles: Two com-
plications here, both concerning Dan
Caldemeyer. In the first place he
has never run at this distance, sec-
ondly his physical question is, to say
the least, conjecture. Bob Osgood
has done :08.1, however, and should
win with Mo Hunt third..
Two-Mile Run: The Hoosier's Big
Three in action here. A 9:30 race
by Bill Staehle or Walter Stone might
place either in this greatest of long
distance stars, led by Smith (9:22.7).
Half-Mile Run: If Howard David-
son (1:57) can win, Ben Starr can
take second ahead of Marmeduke
Hobbs, an in-and-outer who is liable
65-Yard Low Hurdles: Caldemey-
er's condition again. But an excep-
tionally fast race last week makes it
only safe to pick him over Osgood
(:07.4) and Hunt.
Shot Put: Schneiderman's 45 feet
;ive him a first over any Michigan
pair, including John Townsend.
High Jump: Caldmeyer could win,
his teammate Baldwin can place.
Michigan's Harold Robinson hits the
veiling at about 5 feet 10 inches
Pole Vault: It will take a mathema-
;ician to figure the fractions here.
Nelson Droulard can do 12 feet con-
sistently but Shoemaker of Indiana
has wone once at 12 feet 6 inches and
lost again at 12 feet. Third place
may also be split.
Mile Relay: Five points in the bag
for Michigan (3:24.4). Figures in
parenthesis indicate best winning
time this winter).
Total Score: Michigan, 501/2, In-
diana 441/2. And if this seems to
make the meet less of a toss-up, con-
sider that a single event can reverse
the score, should Brelsford fail to
win the mile.
N * * .
On the subject of dopesters, last
night's swimming meet certainly ap-
peared a challenge to any prediction.
And yet George Andros' sheet showed
the exact final score and exact point j
totals in every event but two.
And speaking again of Phil Dia-
mond, he will again add his illumin-
ating knowledge of track to the con-
duct of the meet in his capacity as
Split Even In
Big Ten Meets:
Wolverines In Final Start
At Home; Invaders Boast
Power In Four Weights
Making their last appearance of
the year, the Michigan Varsity wrest-
'ers meet the Northwestern matmen
at 3:30 p.m. today in the Yost Field
House. The Wildcats come here with
a record of an even split in four Con-
ference starts, winning over Wiscon-
sin, losing to Ohio State, and split-
ting with Chicago in two meets.
Outstanding on the Northwestern
squad are Bronson, who is undefeated
at 135 pounds this year, and Gibson.
a tackle on the football squad, whoI
has won all of his matches in theI
heavyweight division by falls. Kor-
shak, a 126-pounder, and LaVerde,1
who wrestles at 145 pounds, are alsok
expected to give their Michigan op-
ponents plenty of hard competition.
Capt. Wally Heavenrich, who will
be after a victory in his last showing
before an Ann Arbor audience under
Michigan's colors, meets LaVerde in
what promises to be the feature match
of the day and one upon which the
outcome of the meet is likely to de-
pend. Last year, it was LaVerde whoj
ended Heavenrich's undefeated sea-
son in the Big Ten meet, and Wally
is out to turn the tables this after-
Coach Keen considers Tiny Wright
one of the best heavyweight wrest-
lers in collegiate circles, and Tiny
will have a chance to justify his
coach's faith in him when he meets
Gibson today. This match between
two good big men should provide
plenty of action before they leave the
mat at its finish.
The Michigan lineup will include
Speicher in the 118-pound division,
either Kellamn or Cameron at 126
pounds, Thomas at 135 pounds, Cap-
tain Heavenrich in the 145-pound
division, Taylor at 155 pounds, Low-
ell at 165 pounds, Schumann in the
175-pound division and Tiny Wright
in the unlimited class.
Local Talent Abounds
on Tech's Iuck Squad
Every member of the Michigan
Tech hockey squad with the ex-
ception of Goalie Campbell, a
product of the Canadian Soo, is
a native of Houghton or the sur-
rounding copper country, but the
fact that the team is largely made
up of local talent has seemed to
exercise little effect upon the
character of the teams which the
Hiskies have met in fifteen years
of hockey competition.
Yale. Harvard, Princeton, Notre
Dame, Michigan and Minnesota
are only a few of the formidable
opponents which have played be-
fore large and enthusiastic crowds
on the shores of Lake Superior,
and Tech's record against all
these teams has been exceptional-
F aces Indiana
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:06.2, is expected to win the dash and
Harvey Patton is counted on for at
least a third in the event. He was
clocked in :06.4 in trials this week.
The 440 will probably be one of the
closest races with Stan Birleson and
Bob Collier fighting it out in the
stretch drive. Collier has a :50.5
quarter to his credit this year but
Coach Hoyt thinks Birleson can bet-
ter this in his first start of the sea-
son. Patton will also run in this
race, and judging from previous per-
formances he should be good for a
Bob Osgood will have his hands
full in the hurdle races with Dan
Caldemeyer of the Hoosiers. In fact,
Hoyt is not counting on anything
better than a split in these events
with Osgood taking the lows and Cal-
demeyer the highs. Michigan is al-
so favored in the half mile run but
odds appear about even for the rest
of the meet and neither team is ex-
pected to register more than a five
point margin of victory.
Iowa In Close
Barnard Leads Way Withf
Firsts In Two DistanceI
Events; Rieke Wins
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can performer in the 150-yard back-;
stroke. Coach Mann's new star,
stamped himself as a coming cham-
pion by employing a smooth stroke
to stay ahead of Westerfield all theE
way and win by three yards in 1:41.9.-
Ed. Drew, regular sprinter, changed
strokes for the evening and drove to
a welcome third over Harold Sears by
the small margin of a foot.
Barnard won the first of his two
victories by stroking to an easy vic-
tory over Christians in the 440 with
Jack Kasley close behind. Kasley,
saving for the quarter, eased to his
usual win in the 200-yard breast-
stroke with Ed VanderVelde third be-
400-yard free style relay: Won by
I Iowa (Wehmeyer, Sieg, Walters and
Capt. Jacobsmeyer) ; second, Michi-
gan (Drew, Blake, McCarty and
200-yard breast-stroke: Won by
Kasley (M); second, Allen (I); third,
i VanderVelde (M). Time-2:33.1.
150-yard back-stroke: Won by
Rieke (M); second, Westerfield (I);
third Drew (M). Time-1:41.9.
50-yard free-style: Won by Walt-
ers (I); second, Wehmeyer (I); third,
Osgood (M). Time-:24.2.
440-yard free-style: Won by Barn-
ard (M); second, Christians (D;,
third, Kasley (M). Time-5:00.7.
100-yard free-style: Won by Walt-
ers (I); second, Mowerson (M);
third, Sieg (D. Time-:55.1.
Diving: Won by Fehsenfeld (M);
second, Christen (I); third, Johnston
(M). 120.7 points.
220-yard free-style: Won by Barn-
ard (M); second, Christians (I);
third, Jacobsmeyer (I). Time-2:17.3.
300-yard medley relay: Won by
Michigan (Rieke, Kasley and Mow-
erson); second, Iowa (Westerfield,
Allen and Wehmeyer). Time-3:01.
Leaders Face Real
Indiana's Red Raiders and Purdue's
sharpshooting Boilermakers, tied for
first place in the Conference title
race, run into real competition to-
night when the Hoosiers face North-
western, conquerors of Purdue, and
the Lafayette five meets Iowa on their
I. U. will go into the game fa-
vorites to defeat the surprising Wild-
cats for they will be keyed for the
game while the Purdue team was not
expecting the beating and were taken
by surprise by the Evanston quintet.
Other Big Ten games tonight find
Chicago at Wisconsin and Illinois at
Monday night Indiana closes the
Big Ten season against Ohio State at
Bloomington. Three weeks ago the
Buckeyes gave the Hoosiers their
only Conference beating and seem
capable of repeating if the Dean-
men play the type of ball that they
played at Columbus.
Purdue will close the season at
Michigan next Saturday in what will
be the crucial game of the season for
Frank Barnard came through
with victories when his points were
needed most last night to help the
Michigan tank squad to victory
over Iowa and keep clear the Wol-
verine Conference dual meet record
of being unbeaten since Northwest-
crn turned the trick back in 1929.
Barnard easily outdistanced Chris-
tians of Iowa to win the 220 and
440-yard free-style events.
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