TnURT1?T. fDEC. 10.'1936'
TI MICHIGAN DAILY
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1m-M Of ficials
Fraternities Led By D.U.,
Theta Chi; D.Dt Players
By GEORGE J. ANDRE--
(Daily Sports Editor)
Diving Ace To Perform
Conference Rule Is Expected
To Improve Big Ten Baseball
Intramural director Ernie Smith,
along with league umpires and of- 1Qa i t Talk
ficials, last night -picked an All-Star MATT MANN has become secretive.
Fraternity Speedball team. Theta And when Matt Mann becomes
Chi, the league winners, and the run- secretive you can bet that something
Chr-u, DheltagUesinnesandotedn-is in the air.
ner-up Delta Upsilon team dominated It all has to do with the annual
the selections, each placing three swimming festival Matt is putting on
men on the All-Star team. tomorrow night at the Intramural
Robert and Roderick Howell, the Pool. The veteran Britisher has a
Theta Chi's brother act at the for- habit of announcing to the press be-
fore a meet that certain records will
ward posts who received honorable be broken-and those records are!
mention on last year's selections, were duly wiped from the books by his
outstanding and have a good running championship mermen.
mate in Elbert Haight who is fast, a But try as I may I cannot get more
good kincEker a ght whcuratspassr.than a grin from Matt every time I
good kicker and an accurate passer. attempt to make him say that one
Good Defensemen or more important marks will fall to-
The four guards, Jerome Dick, Har- morrow night. However, I am not
old Clayton, Joe White and Dick satisfied. After looking at a few of
Shroth were selected mainly for their the times that have been turned in
defensive ability although they are by Matt's great crew in practice this
all capable of taking the ball up the week, I feel quite calm in predicting
field should the occasion arise. Shroth that one or more firmly established
is the only man on the team that has world swimming records will be a part
not had speedball experience before. of the past when the Varsity natators
Collins Brooks of Chi Psi rounded finish their act tomorrow night.
out the team as the goalie. The three "Dolphinettes" from To-
The D.D.'s perennial winners of ronto who will appear on the pro-
the Independent Touch Football gram have Matt groping for adjec-
championship, led the selections for tives. This trio of graceful girls put
the All-Star team placing three men, on an act that he terms "the most
one of whom, Bob Kunitz, was given marvelous non-racing spectacle in
the mythical captaincy of the team. present-time swimming."
The Forestry Club also placed
three players; the Jay Hawks, two; Marriage Is The Life
and the Wolverines, one.
The selections announced were: j: ARRIED LIFE apparently has
agreed with Der Johnston, Na-
Forwards, Robert and Roderick tional Collegiate low-board diving
Howell, Theta Chi and Elbert Haight, champion last year. "The man who
Delta Upsilon; guards, Jerome Dick, came back" is 15 pounds heavier than
Sigma Alpha Mu, Harold Clayton and he was when he drove through to his
Joe White, Delta Upsilon, and Dick title last March. But he will be on
Shroth, Theta Chi; goalie, Collins hand tomorrow night, still a cham-
Brooks, Chi Psi. . pion off the board in spite of thef
added avoirdupois. Der is one of the
Honorable mention: R. Dobson, very, very few divers who can do a
Phi Kappa Psi; H. Tillotson and W. three-and-one-half somersault dive'
Graham, Theta Chi; J. Palmer, Chi off the highboard, you know.,
Psi; L. Kasle, D. Levy and D. Stein, One race I am going to have my
Sigma Alpha Mu; D. Barkdull and A. eye on is the 100-yard back-strokel
Tyler, Lambda Chi Alpha; J. Merrill, event. In this event will be Fred!
Kappa Sigma. Cody, Harry Rieke and Tom Haynie.
Touch Football Cody was rated the second best col-
Center, Al Gensch, Forestry Club; legiate back-stroker in the country
left tackle, Ed Wissenhof, D.D.'s; left two years ago behind Michigan's
end, Benjamin Leopold, Wolverines Taylor Drysdale, and last year when
right tackle, Constantine Kogut, Jay ineligibility took Cody away for a
Hawks; right end, Richard Stoker, while, Rieke stepped in to gain about
Forestry Club; quarterback, Robert the same ranking Cody had the pre-
Kunitz, D.D.'s; left half, Edmond ceding season. And now comesalong
Wisnewski, Jay Hawks; right half, sophomore Tom Haynie, National
Julian Bucher, Forestry Club; full A.A.U. 220-yard free-style champion,
Alexander Zuber, D.D.'s. to spot both of them two-seconds in
Honorable mention: E. Stone, Wol- a 100-yard back-stroke.
verines; F Risner. Ja Hawks;D -D
Der Johnston, who holds the
National Collegiate low-board div-
ing championship, will give an ex-
hibition of his specialty at the
swimming festival tomorrow night
in the Intramural pool. Der fea-
tures the rare three-and-one-half
Fomersault dive off the highboard
in his repertoire.
Title Bout Hearing
NEW YORK, Dec. 9.-( P)-Max
Schmeling is due on the S. S. Bre-
men tomorrow for a showdown with
the New York State Athletic Com-
mission on a heavyweight title fight
with James J. Braddock next June.
The German is to appear before
the commission Friday, along withI
the champion and representatives of
Madison Square Garden and the 20th
Century Sporting Club, to sign for a
battle either on June 3 or June 10.
There may be complications galore
before the deal is made.
If Schmeling should fire a broad-
side at the proposed Braddock-Joe
Louis bout in Atlantic City in Feb-
ruary, there is no guessing what
course Braddock will follow.
If the commission insists Max post
$25,000 as a guarantee that if he
beats Braddock he'll defend the title
within a year, the Teuton may kick
up a few capers.
or atJ k) vleYI- 1 By FRED DE LANO the powerful aggregation at William
IFor a number of years the Big Ten and Mary. All three of the defeats
Defensive Drills Feature has been popularly known as the were by one run.
"toughest league in football" and Fisher is expected to call his bat-
Practice In Preparation , now, unless perhaps you have terymen, not engaged in any winterI
For Spartan Game scruples against such things, you can sport, together shortly after Christ-,
bet.your last nickel that within many mas vacation in Yost Field Houset
"Michigan fears Van Alstyne." seasons the Conference will also be where they will drill in the cage in
Not a single word has been said "tops" in collegiate baseball circles. j preparation for their title defense
around Yost Field House concerning Not that Big Ten nines cannot al- which begins in April.
any fear of Coach Ben Van Alstyne, ready hold their own in competition Spring Schedule Set
Michigan State basketball mentor, with clubs from any part of the Another great Southern trip hasr
but the very character of the drills country, but the recent action taken been scheduled for 1937 and calls fort
and the absence of any over-confi- in the Conference meeting which let games with Ohio Wesleyan, Marshall,
dence, despite the pessimistic reports down the bars in regard to summer Roanoke, Washington and Lee, Wil-
from Lansing and the Varsity's im- baseball should make the brand of liam and Mary, Virginia, Maryland,
pressive61to 12 victory oversMirch- ballplayeddin the loop the toughest Navy and then Ohio State on the way
igan Normal. have made observers in the land. This action has beenI back home.
realize that the Wolverines are tak- sought by the coaches for sederal Last season the Wolverines won 20
ing their game with the Spartans years and was definitely a welcome games out of 25 and captured their
this Saturday night seriously. stepa. first Big Ten championship in seven
appy Drills Defense Make New Rulng years. Prospects for another title
No matter how good or bad the The new ruling will allow college winning aggregation appear good at
upstate quintet may have looked ball players to participate in amateur this time but much of the success of
against Albion last night there is games even where admission is the club will probably hinge on how
always the suspicion that Van Al- charged, provided that they play no- the battle with the eligibility bugaboo
styne has something up his sleeve. more than three games a week and comes out in February.
Coach Cappy Cappon revealed this in no more than 30 a season. They also
yesterday's practice when he drilled must receive permission from their L
his cagers all afternoon on Michigan director of athletics and from their T iL P
State's close checking defense which college baseball coach. The games Tailor
caused them so much trouble last will be restricted to playing on teams Relining. Repairing & Altering
year. participating in an organized com- Ladies' and Gents'uSuits and Coats
Jake Townsend, spearhead of the munity sports program. $25 u
Wolverine attack and dlefense, went Formerly college students in the
through only a short practice ses- Western Conference, if they played
sion because of a head cold. Cappon sum m er baseball w here 'adm ission istakingnchancewith hisstaral
is taking no chance with his star al- was charged, were ruled ineligible for
though there seemed to be little dan- collegiate competition. SPEC
ger. Improve Brand
In Townsend's absence Manny It can easily be seen that this
Slavin scrimmaged with the first five, change in the rule should improveF d y - '',
regular guard, who moved to pivot o the simple r ason that thnemreF id y-cetr
dividing his time with Matt Patanelli, the brand of ball in the Conference
reguar uar, wo moed o pvotfor the simple reason that the morey
with Leo Beebe taking his place at games a young ball player partici- Fresh Raspberry S
'the center of the fioor. Ed Thomas, pates in, the better he becomes. Also,
sophomore speedster, looked good in this will enable men to play in faster
the offensive drills, hitting the basket company than formerly when they At M I LLER S - you
consistently and handling the ball could play in games only if there were Peanut Butter Sand
efficiently. Thomas shows more no admission charge.
fpromise every day although his de- Southern and Eastern teams have Rick Malted Milk, a
fensive game is still weak, on the whole been considered the
Gee Regains Form standouts in collegiate baseball in
Capt. Johnny Gee also looked bet- recent years and players there have M!' D
ter. Despite the fact that he led the constantly played summer ball. How- M Iliers ua'°
scoring in Monday's game with 10 ever, Coach Ray Fisher's champion-
points Gee had an "off" night, miss- ship club of last spring won six out of 1219 So. University 6201
ing many scoring opportunities and nine games on it annual southern
muffing a goodly number of passes. tour and among the conquered was
Yesterday, however, he encountered ----_nodifiultfnd---- ----------n
no difficulty finding the basket and
played a satisfactory floor game.
Danny Smick, reserve pivot man
who showed up so well in his first
game against Ypsi, is still in the hos-
pital with the leg injury that he re- A
ceivedyesterday._1A Gift With All the Cornforts
Brook lyi IBodgers
Get Hemie Manush1
NEW YORK, Dec. 9.-(P)-Heinie
Manush, 35-year-old outfielder who
signed as a free agent with the
Brooklyn Dodgers today, won the
American League batting champion-
ship in 1926 when he was with the
Manush was given his uneondi-
tional release by the Boston Red Sox
at the close of the 1936 season. He
appeared in 82 games for the Red
Sox last season and batted .291.
Although a veteran of 14 years of
major league warfare, Manush will
be making his national league debut
when he appears with the Dodgers. In
addition to Detroit, Heinie played
with St. Louis, Washington and Bos-
ton, all in the American league.
MILWAUKEE, Dec. 9.-(AP)-Ath-
letic Director Conrad M. Jennings
announced today that Marquette
University had accepted an invitation
to represent the north in the Cotton
Bowl football game at Dallas, New
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In First Game
LANSING, Dec. 9.-(OP)-Michigan
State's sophomore basketball team
scored a 32-22 victory over Albion
College in the opening game of the
.season here tonight.
State won without much trouble
although the Britons had the better
of the scoring in the second half. The
inexperienced Spartans were in front
at half time, 21 to 9.
State rolled up seven points before
Albion broke into the scoring column.
The Britons appeared over anxious
and missed shots.
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