AY, DEC. 6,1936 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
+olverineQuintet Opens Season Here Monday With Hi
Over Ypsi Five
Michigan's Defense To Be
Tested By Opponents'
With the outlook for a successful
season the brightest since the advent
of Coach Franklin C. Cappon, Michi-
gan's Varsity basketball team will
open its 1936-37 campaign at 7:30
p.m. tomorrow against the neighbor-
ing Michigan State Normal five at
Yost Field House.
Everything seems to be on the side
of the Wolverines. They are far su-
perior to the Ypsilanti team in size
and experience and their past record
points to top-heavy victory. But still
the game is far from being "in the
Have Speedy Team
Elton Rynerson, Huron coach, will
put a team on the floor that has
plenty of speed, the perennial "boo-
gey man" of Michigan fives, that is
well capable of getting the jump on
the Varsity and keeping it if they are
hitting the basket.
Cappon is still not certain exactly
what his lineup will be. Capt. John-
ny Gee and Jake Townsend will defi-
nitely start at the pivot positions
with Gee jumping center. Herm
Fishman, flashy junior from Detroit,
and Matt Patanelli, football captain,
will be the back line, but it is hard to
say who the fifth man will be. In
yesterday's practice Cappy used both
Bill Barclay, quarterback on the
football team, and Ed Thomas, Ish-
peming sophomore who is out for
basketball for the first time in his
collegiate career, as the third man in
the back line on the left side of the
floor. Both play the same style of
game. They are fast, small, and
good shots. Barclay is better ac-
quainted with Cappon's methods
while Thomas is a better long shot.
The Huron team will find Neville
"Tex" Walker and Bud Casucci at
forward, Ed Engle of Ann Arbor at
center, and Capt. George Wendt and
Lou Wenger, another Ann Arbor
product at guard. Engle, a graduate
of St. Thomas high, is the tallest
man on the Ypsi squad at six feet
two inches and stands practically no
chance of getting the tip against any
Wenger is probably the outstand-
ing man on the squad. His defensive
play against "Houdini" Townsend
last year was noteworthy and he will
probably be assigned the job of
guarding the Wolverine star again
Have Height Advantage
Michigan's greatest advantage,
both offensively and defensively, will
be its superior height. It was this
advantage that was largely respon-
sible for the Varsity's drubbing the
Normal team 37 to 17 last year. The
Michigan Goliaths were able to
monopolize the ball off both back-
boards, never giving Ypsi a chance
The probable starting lineups:
Michigan Michigan Normal
Townsend ......F......... Walker
Thomas...... F ........Casucci
Gee ............C........... Engle
Fishman ...... G.......... Wendt
Patanelli .......G......... Wenger
To Feature Trades
NEW YORK, Dec. 5.--(P)-The
baseball market shifted from Mon-
treal to 42nd street today as officials
rolled their hopes and problems south
for the major league meetings.
Officially the meetings do not start
until Tuesday, but most of the club
owners and managers were around
singing the praise of players they
want to get rid of.
The possibility that Commissioner
Landis would declare Bob Feller of
the Cleveland Indians a free agent
and that the St. Louis Cardinals
would trade Dizzy Dean still dom-
inated the conversation.
The Intramural riding class will
meet at the Engineering Arch at
7:45 p.m. Monday.
Make that Gift a New
Camera or Camera Gadget.
Starts Last Season
Ghe Breaks To Tie
PRESS Irish 13-13
ANGLE2Crowd Of 75,000 Thrills
To Langley's 100-Yard
-- By GEORGE J. ANR CTouchdown Run
(Daily Sports Editor)
The following column was written LOS ANGELES, Dec. 5.-VP-The
by Fred H. De Lano. luck of the Irish deserted Notre
* *Dame today and University of South-
WjITHIN seven days two of ern California's Trojans scored once
Michigan's most promising j on a 100-yard sprint and again on a
soihomore frotheUayersave 65-yard dash to tie the Green of
withdrawn from the University SuhBn,1 o1.
because of conditions which South Bend, 13 to 13.
could be immediately remedied Seventy-five thousand fans at the
by the establishment of a train- Troy homecoming saw fullback Dick
ing table. Berryman run 65 yards for the open-
First it was Alex Loiko who "went ing Trojan score. A moment later
,,s L o " they went into hysterics when Bud
home for dinner." The letter printed Langley, a substitute halfback, in-
in this column yesterday from E. M. tercepted a Note Dame pass on his
Conklin, principal of the Hamtramck own goal line and ran the length of
High School, proved beyond doubt the field for another tally.
that Loiko was going hungry. At the Smash For Scores
Coach Elmer Layden's decided fa-
same time he was expected to excel vorites made their touchdowns on
on the gridiron as a member of Mich- 'smashing, battering football, and out-
igan's football team. Naturally this gained the men of Troy in top-
was an impossibility. heavy fashion. Southern California
Yesterday Don Paquette an- made only one first down-on ,a
nounced that he was leaving school holding penalty. Notre Dame made
and here again the absence of a 18 and outrushed U.S.C. 223 yards to
training table can largely be blamed 24.
as the cause. Paquette worked for Headman Howard Jones lived up
his meals three hours each evening to his promise that the Trojans
with the result that he could not give would not lose prestige in this, the
the time needed to his courses. He eleventh annual intersectional clash
fell far behind in his work and con- between the schools.
sequently felt that he might as well Wilke Scores
leave. Notre Dame's starting team took
Johnny Gee, captain of the
Michigan, basketball team, will
start his last cage season tomorrow
night when the Varsity opens
against the Michigan State Norm-
al five at Yost Field House. Gee's
six feet nine inches are expected
to prove a major factor in the cen-
ter jump and pivot positions dur-
ing the coming campaign.
April '24-Purdue at Michigan.
May 1-Ohio State at Michigan.
May 8--Michigan at Illinois.
May 10-Michigan at Northwest-
May 15-Indiana at Michigan.
Jan. 15-Michigan at Lehigh.
.Jan. 16-Michigan at Franklin and
Jan. 23-Ohio University at Mich-
Feb. 15-Michigan at Northwest-
Feb. 20-Ohio State at Michigan.
March 1-Indiana at Michigan.
March 6-Michigan at Michigan
March 12, 13-Conference meet at
April 19-Michigan at Ohio State.
April 21-Wisconsin at Michigan.
April 23, 24-Michigan at Iowa.
May 1-Ohio State at Michigan.
May 7-Indiana at Michigan.
Mav 8-Illinois at Michigan.
May 13-Michigan at Indiana.
May 14--Michigan at Purdue.
May 15-Michigan at Illinois.
May 19, 20-Minnesota at Mich-
Jan. 16-Indiana at Michigan.
Feb.A 1--Michigan at New York,
Feb. 13-Michigan at Colgate.
Feb. 20-Michigan at Ohio State.
Feb. 26-Michigan at Iowa.
Feb. 27-Minnesota at Michigan.
March 3-Ohio State at Michigan.
Had there been a training
table Paquette would not have
had to put in those three hours
every night. Neither would Loiko
have gone hungry. And Michi-
gan would most probably not
have lost two good athletes.
DESPITE all this the faculty (or
should we say "faulty") repre-
sentatives of the Western Conference
yesterday patently ignored the pro-
posal that training tables be allowed.
We know that the Big Tenacoaches
are for the plan and it was also sup-
ported by T. L. "Tug" Wilson, ath-
letic director at Northwestern, but
the aforementioned faculty men, are
fearful that the training table might
be taken as a form of subsidizationj
and the Conference bends over back-
wards in steering clear of this nasty
evil of college athletics. Oh, yes. It
most certainly does! In fact, those
same faculty men were so afraid of
the plan that they did not even put
it to a vote.
In our opinion the training
table is a necessity. Prof. Ralph
W. Aigler, Michigan's faculty
representatives, claims that
football is not a business at
Michigan. But, Professor Aigler,
just how would Michigan's ex-
tensive physical education pro-
gram of which intercollegiate
athletics are the cap stone be
vupported were it not for foot-
ball and the gigantic profits de-
rived from this sport? Quite
right. They just wouldn't be sup-
ported unless the legislature add-
ed another $150,000 to the an-
the opening kickoff and paraded 78
yards for a touchdown, halfback Bob
Wilke passing 32 yards to Bunny
McCormick enroute, and Wilke cut-
ting back over tackle for the final
three yards to score. Pupils failed to
. It looked easy for Notre Dame, and,
the first stringers were replaced by
reserves who didn't fare so well.
On Cage Squad
After nearly a month of practice,
the 80-odd freshmen who turned out
for the frosh basketball team have
have been cut to 20. These 20 will
form the squad for the remainder of
Coaches Franklyn Cappon, Ray
Fisher, and Ray Courtright made the
final cut yesterday after watching
the yearlings work out against the
Varsity Wednesday and Thursday.
. Practice will be resumed regularly
from now on at the Intramural build-
The freshmen who were selected
are: Horace Adams, Paw Paw; How-
ard Blankertz, Grand Rapids; Her-
bert Brogan, Lansing; Stanley Cox,
Detroit; Howard Darrow, Grand
Rapids; Russ Dobson, Ann Arbor;
Don Elson, Flint; John Fehsenfeld,
Indianapolis; Leo Jablonski, Ann Ar-
bor; Dennis Kuhn, River Rouge;
Thaddeus Kwiecinski, Detroit; Clin-
ton Mahlke, Ann Arbor; Bert Mich-
ael, Macon, Ga.; Robert Palmer,
Grand Rapids; Charles Pink, De-
troit; James Rae, Toledo; Lynn Riess,
Ypsilanti; John Stirling, Detroit,
Fred Trosko, Flint; and Don Yerke,
Feb. 16-Michigan A.A.U. relays at
Feb. 20-Michigan State at Mich-
Feb. 27-Ohio State at Michigan.
March 5-Pittsburgh at Michigan.
March 12, 13-Conference meet at
March 20-Butler or Armour
April 17-Michigan at California.
May 1-Indiana at Michigan.
May 8-Ohio State at Michigan.
May 15-Michigan at Illinois.
May 21, 22-Conference meet at
June 19-National Collegiates at
April 17-Wisconsin at Ann Arbor.
April 23-Indiana at Ann Arbor.
April 30-Purdue at Lafayette.
May 1-Iowa at Lafayette.
May 7-Minnesota at Chicago.
May 8-Ohio at Chicago.
May 8-Chicago at Chicago.
Duration And Number Of
Time Outs Is Changed
Approximately 1000 coaches and
officials gathered here yesterday to
attend the annual meeting of the
state high school basketball clinic.
In the morning Chuck Taylor, rep-
resentative of the Converse Shoe Co.,
assisted by a group of Ann Arbor
High School players gave an exhibi-
tion attended by the coaches and
officials at the Intramural Sports
A luncheon was held at the Union
at noon for the visitors at which
Eddie Powers, who officiated the
basketball games at the Olympics
this year, was guest speaker.
In the afternoon the coaches and
officials again assembled on the floor
of the Intramural Sports Building to
discuss and consider rule changes
suggested by a previously appointed
committee. Charles E. Forsythe of
Lansing, state director of athletics,
and R. C. Miller, an official from
Kalamazoo, directed the proceed-
ings. The meeting terminated with
an exhibition by the Varsity bas-
ketball squad demonstrating various
types of calisthenics, ball handling,
and floor work besides going through
their regular scrimmage.
Reject Overtime Rule
An important rejection was that
of the proposed "sudden death" rul-
ing which provided that in the case
of an overtime period, the first team
to make two points would auto-
matically be declared winner with-
out further play. This also provided
that if teams were tied at the end of
the first overtime period, the players
on both teams would be allowed to
shoot on free-throw each, and the
team having the greater number
would be declared winner.
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-Horton Smith, pallid Chicago pro-
fessional, retained the lead in the
$10,000 Miami Biltmore golf tourna-
ment today with a 36 hole score of
His putter clicked again, giving
him a snappy 69 to lead the field for
the second straight day. He had a
68 on the opening round.
Right behind him was Ralph Gul-
dahl of St. Louis, who scored a 68
today-thanks to his chip shots-for
a two day card of 138.
Jimmy Hines, of New York, third
with 139, had a 67 today and W.
Lawson Little of San Francisco,
making his winter debut as a money
golfer, tied the competitive course
record with a 66 to take fourth place,
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Evening's Swim Card
Matt Mann has announced the spe-
cial program of events for the annual
gala swimming carnival to be held
Friday in the Intramural pool. Fea-
tured on the program are guest stars
from Detroit, Toronto, members of
the Woman's Athletic Club, Varsity
and yearling team representatives and
relay teams from University High
One of the foremost events listed
is a special 100-yard sprint between
Mavis Freeman, member of the Olym-
pic woman's swimming team and Hel-
ena Tomski of Detroit, prominent
woman dash star.
Dolphinettes To Perform
The three Dolphinettes of Toronto,
fancy swimmers are carded for an
exhibition of fancy pool maneuvers.
Critics have proclaimed their act one
of the most beautiful ever performed
in the water. Members of the Wom-
en's swimming squad will precede this
event with a "floating figure" display
in which the mermaids present sym-
metrical human designs floating on
the water. A relay of girl teams from
various sororities and athletic zones,
Wrestlers Await First Because football does support the
rest of Michigan's athletic program
Test On December we feel that the University owes that
A squad of 40 freshman wrestlers squad something. And a training
s table would help to square the debt.
has been working out at Waterman Athesm tieceslktoe
Gym throughout the greater part of At the same time cases like those
the semester. The boys are eagerly concerning Loiko and Paquette
anticipating their first big test, which would not arise.
appears in the form of the All-Cam-
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