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Y MARCH 3, 1936

THE MIChIGAN DAILY

Puckmen Close Season Against

Wayne In Olympia

Tonight

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Larry David To'
Play Last Game
For Wolverines
Wayne Coached By Jack
Tompkins ; Both Teams
Beaten By McMaster
Captain Larry David will lead the
Michigan hockey team out on the ice
for the last time tonight when the
Wolverine sextet clashes with Wayne
University in the Detroit Olympia at
8 p.m.
It will be master against pupil
when the Tartars face-off against the
Wolverines tonight in the final game
of the season for both teams.
Attempting to outfox Eddie Low-
rey, one of the smartest coaches in
hockey today, will be Jack Tompkins,'
Michigan All-American goalie of sev-
eral years ago, and a pupil of Low-
rey's from 1930-32.
Campus interest in the Michigan-
Wayne clash has been so pronounced
that bus companies are planning
special rates into Detroit for the
game. The Daily has agreed to co-
operate to the extent of notifying the
bus company of the number of fans
planning to make the trip if they will
call during the afternoon.
Out Numbered Again
Michigan will enter tonight's game
with just seven men, and the larger
Olympia ice will be of no aid to the
Wolverines who will be badly out-
numbered for the third time in five
days.
Gib James will be unable to play
tonight, according to Lowrey's state-
ment yesterday. The Canadian soph-
omer's badly bruised back is still very
stiff, and it is the probability that
James would not be able to play for
a week or more that prompted Low-
rey to cancel any plans ror a post-
season game with Chatham.
Wayne will line up tonight with
Jim Avery at center, Jim Seidell on
one wing and Stan Newsted, former
All-City center from Cooley High, on
the other. Captain Murray Robert-
son and Adam Widlak will team up
on defense and Stayner Durocher,
Windsor youth, will be in the Tartar
nets.
Six Regulars To Start
With just seven men at his dis-
posal, Lowrey can not be very choosy
about his line-up. The six regulars
who played all of the second Tech
game will start, and in all probability
finish, the game for the Wolverines.
Two of the famous Michigan Min-
ute-Men, Vic Heyliger and Johnny
Fabello, will be at their accustomed
posts on the front line. The third,
Irwin Shalek, will be kicking out fly-
ing pucks after his best style. Dick
Merrill will complete the forward
wall, and on defense will be Captain
Larry David and Bob Simpson. Frit2
Radford will be the only Michigan
spare.
Both Michigan and Wayne met
McMaster University earlier in the
year and both met defeat at the
hands of the Canadian team, but the
Wolverine's 6-5 loss was hardly as
humiliating as the 11-1 shellacking
which the Tompkins team took.
Michigan loses only Captain David
from tonight's starting line-up, while
Johnny Fabello and Bob Simpson, in
addition to the injured Gib James
have two years of competition re-
maining.
Tonight's line-ups:
Michigan Pos. Wayne
Shalek G Durocher
David D Robertson
Simpson D Widlak
Heyliger C Avery
Fabello W Seidel]
Merrill W Newsted
T. C. U. VISITS FORDHAM
Texas Christian and Fordham have

signed for a football game in New
York, in October, 1937.

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Basketball Summaries
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12 Swimmers
Leave Today
For Columbus.

Michigan (35)
J. Townsend, f

FG
7

E. Townsend, f.......1
Patanelli, f.........0
Gee, c.............. 1
SJablonski, c.........0
Rudness, g..........3
Fishman, g.........1
Tamagno, g.........2
Evans, g............0

FT PF TP
1 1 15
1 1 3
1 1 1
2 2 4
0 0 0
0 1 6
0 0 2
0 1 4
0 0 0

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Varsity Battles Ohio
Tomorrow In Last
Meet Of Season

State
Dual

Totals.
Illinois (22) Ft
Vopicka, f.........
Swanson, f.........
Gibbs, f ............
Combes, f ...........
Riegel, c ........... .
Marquith, c .........
Henry, g ............
Braun, g ........... .
Gates, g ............
Blout, g ............

15 5 7 35
G FT PF TP
0 0 0 0
3 0 2 6
1 0 0 2
2 3 0 71
0 1 3 1'
0 1 0 01
2 0 0 4
1 0 1 2
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0,

9 4 7 22

Totals ..
Officials:

Referee-Nick

KearnsI

(DePaul); Umpire-Dr. David Reese
(Denison).
Score at half : Michigan 24, Illinois
13.
Stan Birleson,
Harvey Patton
Hi ghly Praised
Hoyt Is Entirely Satisfied
With Track Team After
Indiana Victory
Coach Chuck Hoyt had nothing but
praise for his Varsity track team yes-
terday in speaking of its stellar show-
ing Saturday when Michigan's six-
year Conference dual meet record was
upheld by a victory over the power-
ful Hoosiers of Indiana.
Although he spoke highly of the
entire squad, Hoyt was particularly
loud in his praise of Stan Birleson
who took second in a record breaking
440. Birleson was performing in his
first meet of the year, having de-
veloped a leg injury four days before
the A.A.U. meet. Since that time the
Michigan quarter mile star ran in
practice only once for speed but.
nevertheless, ran a marvelous race
Saturday only to be nosed out by
Malcolm Hicks of Indiana in :50.4.
Harvey Patton's performance in'
the relay was also lauded by his
coach. Patton took the baton in sec-
ond place but made up enough dis-
tance to give Birleson a commanding
lead. Hoyt stated that he did not
think Michigan would have as tough
a dual meet the rest of the year and
although he does not think Ohio
State has a great team, especially
since Jesse Owens became ineligible,
he expects Friday's meet to be a good
one.
Ohio State was beaten two weeks
ago by Indiana, 72-32. With Michi-
gan holding a victory over the latter
it rates as a heavy favorite to add
another win to its long unbroken
string.
Ohio State possesses definite
strength in the field events and short
runs, however, but slams for Michi-
gan in the mile and two mile are not
improbable and a great number of
seconds and thirds should be taken
by Michigan men. Albritten, star
Buckeye high jumper has done bet-
ter than six feet five inches in his last
two meets and is favored to win the
Conference title March 14.

Coach Matt Mann and twelve Var-
sity swimmers leave for Columbus
by auto at 3 p.m. today to meet Ohio
State in the final dual meet of the;
1935-36 season tomorrow night.
The lineup that will attempt to
make it two in a row over the Buck-
eyes for the season and finish the
current dual-meet campaign with-
out a blemish differs in one and pos-
sibly two places from the one that
defeated the strong Iowa team here
Friday night. Capt. Frank Fehsen-
feld is being replaced by Ned Diefen-
dorf although Ben Grady and Der
Johnston are scheduled to do the
diving, and Coach Mann has yet to
decide whether or not Bill Critten-
I den will supplant Ed VanderVelde
in the breast-stroke.
The remainder of the squad is
composed of Jack Kasley, F1tank
Barnard, Harry Rieke, Bob Mowerson,
Ed Drew, Erwin McCarty, Dick Blake
and Manley Osgood.
Barnard, improved from the last
meet with the Buckeyes, will be seek-
ing revenge for the two defeats suf-
fered at the hands of Dexter Wood-
ford in the 440 and 220-yard free-
style events and is favored to turn
the tide on his old rival despite the
handicap of a strange pool.
The Wolverine springers will also
be out to make amends for the
only other victory the Scarlet and
Grey mermen chalked up -in the
50-yard free-style.
Along with the Barnard-Woodford
duals in the middle-distances, the
feature race in the meet promises
to be Blake's second meeting with
the renowned Charlie Salie, erratic
All-American bckstroker and cap-
tain of the Buckeyes. Rieke won by
a yard in their first meeting and since
then has beaten Dick Westerfield, an-
other All-American from Iowa.
I-M Sports

East, West Vary Widely Upon
Enforcement Of Blocking, Rule
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the second as we always play in the middle-
of two articles presenting the problem
of geographical interpretation of the west."
basketball rules which assumes great Lambert tends to agree with the
importance with the approaching Labrtedtogeewhte
Olympic tournamenthto choose an Notre Dame mentor. "Personally I
American team to represent the United do not feel that there is any great
States in Berlin this summer.dontfeththreiayget
difference in interpretation with the
By RAYMOND A. GOODMAN possible exception of the interpreta-
One of the outstanding differences tion on blocking or what they call
in the interpretation of the basket- 'picking off.' We were penalized once
ball rules in the East and West is in or twice on what seemed to be simple
blocking. It is largely from this vari- pivots and passes."
ance and on the differences in the de- All five men agreed in their an-
fense that the discussion has arisen. swer to the question on which of the
The West contends that no foul two interpretations is likely to be
can be declared in blocking unless followed in the coming Olympic
illegal body contact actually takes tournaments. None of them knew.
place. The East on the other hand As VanAlstyne points out the real
contends that even though body con- catch is that "according to the Olym-
tact does not take place - merely pic code no official can work who has
screening - a foul has been commit- received pay for officiating and where
ted and the offending team must be can they find such an animal."
penalized. In this way the offense is The last query as to the possibility
definitely hampered. Criss-crossing of the officials deciding on a universal
in the back court is practically pro- code laso drew similar comments
hibited and the blocking pivot play of from all of the five coaches. Van-
the Mid-West is obviously held in dis- Alstyne answers, "Each spring a uni-
repute throughout the East. versal code is attempted by the
Defense Given Breaks coaches at their annual meeting just

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Busses Offer Special
Rates To Hockey Fans
Hockey fans from Ann Arbor
desiring to see the Michigan-
Wayne game at Olympia, Detroit,
tonight may take the regular 6:15
p.m. bus which arrives in Detroit
at 7:40 p.m., and return on the
regular 11:35 p.m. bus which ar-
rives in Ann Arbor at 1 a.m.
However, if 29 persons who plan
to see the game call The Daily
Sports desk (4925) before 4 p.m.,
a special bus may be secured
which will plan its schedule to
suit the pleasure of the group.

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Michigan .............
Illinois ............
Northwestern ....,... .
Ohio State ...........
Iowa .................
Wisconsin ............
Minnesota ........,...
Chicago ..............

7 4
7 5
6 5
5 7
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4 8
3 9
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Big Ten Standings
W L Pct.
Indiana.............11 1 .917
Purdue ..............10 1 .909

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LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS
Indiana 40, Ohio State 34.
Northwestern 40, Wisconsin 26.
Iowa 47, Chicago 39.

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The defense on the other hand is
given all of the breaks by the Eastern
officials as Leroy Edwards, All-Amer-
ican center from Kentucky last year,
The annual Michigan Daily
All-Conference basketball team,
picked by Daily staff members
after consultation with Big Ten
coaches, players, officials and
sports writers, will be announced
on this page tomorrow.
can attest. N.Y.U. players literally
"attached" themselves to Edwards
like leeches everytime he tried one of
his pivot shots.
In answering the question "Do you
agree with Western coaches that the
Eastern interpretation is losing games
for them" Ben Van Alistyne of Mich-
igan State writes, "Yes, the officials
did not recognize legal screening in
our games. Merely criss-crossing of
the guards, in which no bodily con-
tact resulted was not allowed in our
Syracuse game.",
'Nothing Wrong'
George Keogan of Notre Dame and

prior to the Rules Committee meet-
ing but it seems a hopeless task, as
many of the coaches themselves dif-
fer in opinion as to the type of play
which is best for the game."

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There will be a Western Conference
faculty telegraphic bowling meet at
4:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 4 at the
Michigan Union alleys. All members
of the faculty who are interested in
bowling singles or doubles should
get in touch with Earl Riskey at the
Intramural Sports Building imme-
diately. The rotating trophy cup
will be presented to the faculty mem-
ber making the best score.
Coach Ray Courtright will give a
free lesson instruction course in golf
for students and members of the fac-
ulty beginning at 7:00 p.m. Thurs-
day, March 5 at the Intramural
Sports Building.
With DUKE ELLINGTON and
his WORLD-FAMOUS DANCE
ORCHESTRA to "charm" you
away from every orbital gee &
haw, Friday the thirteenth of
March portends but not to dis-
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Dance at the Naval Armory, De-
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Ward Lambert of Purdue, however .LARi"
do not agree with VanAlstyne, Price, -
and Cappon. The first pair, incident-
ly are the two biggest money draw-
ers in the East.
"I found nothing wrong with the ECOMM
interpretation of the blocking rule,"
Keogan says, "in the games we
played. We did not change our
style in any way, but played exactly

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