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SUNDAY, DEC. 13, 1936

Coach Hoyt Is Satisfied With Results Of Track Time




Captain Osgood Michig~an
Is Impressive__
In Hurdle Heats More Beaver
Thinclads Show Balanced
Michigan Pos. MMaster
Strength In Events As Wood ...............Richardson
Huge Squad Competes Simpson .......D........ McAdam
Smith .........D ............. Leal
Heyliger....... ....... ..Imirie
Stard Do Not Run James .... .W. . . .... ..Kent
Fabello .......W ........ McLean
Elgibi.i HurdleWill BemMichigan Spares: Merrill, Berry-
y urle We man, Cooke.
Foremost Test To Be Met McMaster Spares: Daizell, Burt,
Wilson, Lawrence.
This Semester First Period:
No scoring..
Coach Charley Hoyt, Varsity track Penalties: Mc Lean (tripping);
mentor, yesterday sent his huge Cooke (tripping).
squad of thinclads through their Second Period:
only pre-Christmas time trials and at Scoring: Heyliger (James) 4:40;
the conclusion expressed himself as James (Heyliger) 7:15; James (Hey-
satisfied with the efforts of his title- liger) 12:45; Heyliger (unassisted)
seeking team at such an early date in 14:06.
the campaign. Penalties: Heyliger (tripping).
A number of the Wolverine stars Third Period:
did not participate in the trials, Scoring: McAdam (Kent) 4:03;
among them Sam Stoller, Stan Birle- Heyliger (Fabello) 6:08; Heyliger
son, Walt Stone and Howard David- (unassisted) 10:03; Imirie (unassist-
son. Of those that did compete Capt. ed) 11:33; Kent (McAdam) 17:24.
Bob Osgood looked impressive in Penalties: James (tripping); Leal
winning two heats of the high hurdles (tripping).
and Ross Faulkner, sophomore,
turned in a final performance when ler, member of the American Olympic
he captured the quarter mile. team last summer. In the support-
Sophs Win Dash ing cast will be Smith, Wilkinson,
In the 60 yard dash Michigan's two Heath and Abbott, a quartet that
outstanding sophomores who are ex- should bring in plenty of points. In
pected to develop into point winners the quarter mile Birleson, Miller,
during the coming season, Allan Faulkner and Mason can be counted
Smith and Roy Heath, won easily in on to prove just as beneficial to the
their heats. In the half mile Ed Wolverine cause.
DeVine surprised onlookers by flash- Davidsons In Half-Mile
ing a much improved form over pre- The Davidson brothers, Howard
vious years to romp home in front and Harold, along with Starr, Clark
of the field. Ray Fink and Harold and Aigler will do most of the work in
Davidson took first and second in the the half-mile and according to all in-
mile. dications they should do it well.
After the trials Coach Hoyt said, Michigan's hopes in the longer dis-
"We have the material here for a tance runs, the mile and two mile
great track team if it is available." By events, will be carried by a depend-
this he hade clear that one of the able group of veterans including
biggest worries in regard to his team Brelsford, Fink, Staehle, Stone and
will be over eligibility at the end of Alix.
the first semester. Capt. Bob Osgood, Mason and Mar-
Start Preparation tens will do the hurdling, with Os-
Michigan's first meet of the 1937 good probably setting the pace for the
season is still two months away but Conference as he is reigning Big Ten
already Hoyt's men have settled down champion for the highs both on the
to serious work in preparation for indoor and"outdoor track.
the long campaign ahead. The third Power In Field Events
annual Michigan A.A.U. relay car- For once Michigan will also have
nival will be held in Yost Field House plenty of power in the field events
on that date and will mark the first during the coming season. Stoller,
appearance of the Wolverine thin- Smith, Watson and Clark will do the
clads who hope to make a sweep of broad jumping with Watson, sensa-
Conference honors before the year is tional freshman of last year, also
over, the leading Wolverine high jumper.
The Wolverines have captured theIIn the pole vault Dave Hunn, Na-
Big Ten indoor crown for three suc- tional A.A.U. indoor champion, along
cessive years and again should rule with Kingsley, Stein and Morgan
as favorites when they enter the af- appear to give Michigan more
fair next March in Chicago. Michigan strength in this event than in several
is also expected to be one of the rain seasons. The only other field event
contenders for the outdoor champion- on the indoor card is the shot put
ship next May. and here Michigan, with Watson,


Vic Heyliger
Figures In All
Varsity Goals
Burt Smith, Rear Guard,
Outstanding Factor In
Wolverine Defense
(Continued from Page 1)

A thletes From South
Must Be B3.M.O.C.'s
In Scholarship Too
RICHMOND. Va., Dec. 12.-(;P)--
College athletes, under a regulation
adopted by the Southern Conference
today, must maintain a,higher scho-
lastic standing than the minimum re-
quired of students to remain in the
various schools.
This action climaxed the final ses-
sion of a stormy annual meeting
which saw the controversial Graham
Plan for eliminating subsidization
abolished, but a substitute proposal
adopted which still kept the organi-
zation firmly pledged to anti-subsi-
dization policies.
The conference scholastic measure
will require participants in intercol-
legiate athletics to have passed 21

Underclassmen Take M
In Campus Wrestling

When the smoke and fire of the
finals in the All-Campus Wrestling
Tournament cleared away yesterday
afternoon at Yost Field House, the
sophomores found themselves in pos-
session of five medals, while thel
freshmen pressed them for honors
with three.
The calibre of the matches sur-
passed that displayed last season. The
boys appeared to be in much better
condition; and consequently were
much faster. They showed a much
better knowledge of holds and
escapes, a fact which brought delight
to Coaches Clifford Keen and Otto

noon occurred w
pert, sensational
with a strong, c
ner. The bouts
bang and mainta
until its speedy e
queror of Brumby
natingly had the;
Danner, whoa
trick for every oc
escape for everyl
switch and his fe

rval's advantage. He suddenly
edals clamped on a body chancery and
head sissors to end the match in 3:58.
Tourney Frank Morgan retained the title he
won last year by throwing Paul Dow
in the fast time of 1:58, using a sis-
'hen Howard Rup- sors and a cross face.
sophomore, met up Don Nichols, the best freshman
rafty Harlan Dan- 175 pounder to appear at Michigan
started out with a in years, defeated Lilburn Ochs by
ained a fast tempo time, but was unable to throw the
nd. Ruppert, con- football player. Employing his tre-
varsity man, alter- mendous speed to great advantage, he
advantage and was piled up a 6:36 time advantage.
Forrest "Bone Crusher" Jordan,
appears to have a otherwise known as Butch, met Fred
:casion and a novel Olds in the unlimited division. The
hold, -employed the two gridders put on an excellent
eet to overcome his match. Jordan won by a fall

suffered a painfully bruised jaw, and
didn't return until late in the third
The second period opened with a
rush, and the pace set was bound to
be productive of something or other.
With just four minutes gone, Gib
James drew the Purple defense wide
to the boards and pushed a perfect
pass over Capt. Heyliger who was
alone in front of the net. Vic didn't
fool when he sidestepped Richardson
and sent the puck into the twine.
Three minutes later, James and Hey-
liger again broke, this time from
center ice, and as he covered the goal
mouth, Gib made a chip shot of Hey-
liger's pass off his back hand and
scored over the prostrate net minder.
McMaster Wide Open
Being two goals down at this point,
the McMaster forwards put the pres-
sure on-in fact a little over did it
for they were leaving their checks
wide open-and once more the 'Bea-
ver' intercepted a pass at center ice.
Using James 'as a decoy on the left
wing, hie split the defense and rifled
the bootheel past the bewildered
Richardson. This one packed so much
steam that it came back out in front
of the net and Richardson fell on it
thinking he had actually made the
stop, but the official nod was given
and the goal was allowed.
McMaster, at this point, requested
a change of goal judges. The portly
Pat Conger was nominated to fill the
bill, which he did to everyone's satis-
With but three minutes left to play
in the period, Heyliger was sent down
for two minutes, having illegally in-
terfered with Dean Kent's progress.
Once again Bill Wood was called
upon, and he delivered in fine style.
Heyliger Sent Outj
The third period developed into a
scoring bee with McAdam, Heyliger,
the injured Leal, Heyliger once more,
Irnirie, and Kent clicking in that or-
der. Play was rapidly assuming the
proper attitude fur a brawl, but Ref-
eree Ferrell kept things well in hand
when the sticks began to rise, and
didn't spare the wear and tear on the
penalty gate as he sent first Leal
and then James in for two-minute
terms for minor offenses.
Aside from Capt. Heyliger's highly
satisfactory efforts, probably the most
improved man on the Wolverine
squad was Burt Smith, on the de-
fense.Burt was sporting the latest
in crash bonnets, and that bonnet
was easily followed into just about
every play in the Michigan defense

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ur ' . Di . ~ LwntOw N >rth 0 1 ivan P ot omfce
semester hours, or the equivalent, for Frosh Fight It Out fLW ELT E R LiiThe ATHENS PRESS
the preceding year in 1937-38. For In the 120-pound division two AC& EYEI GeIATES IR
the next session, 1938-1939, the re- freshmen put on a close struggle. WATCH & JEWELRY REPAIRING SEE US FIRST
quirement was advanced to 24 hours. Both profited by excellent use of the - - - -------
Exceptions were made in the case of switch, but Hal Wilson appeared to
graduate students, who will be cer- have a decided advantage over Joe
tified as eligible by the deans of the Robinson, when the latter gained an
respective schools. Themconference unexpected fall slightly after -the
previously had no uniform scholastic five-minute mark.
man, a varsity man, opposed Harold j
AND THEN THIS Rosen, a sophomore who hails from
DALLAS, Texas, Dec. 12.-(R) - the same home town as Robinson.
Open subsidizing of athletes for the The bout was fast and furious at the1
Southwest Conference was proposed outset, with the advantage being ex- I
before the seven-man governing body changed several times. Rosen finally ST U D E NTSE C T IO N
today, obtained the lead and was content to
Dr. J. C. Dolley, chairman of the ride his opponent til the conclusion
University of Texas athletic council, of the bout as both were near ex-
championed the proposal and suc- haustion. The winner's time ad-H E WL V E R-N E
ceeded in having a three-man com- vantage was 2:40.
mittee, including himself, appointed Sophs In Firalin for Detroit ob hDnl, 1N York
President E. W. McDiarmid of two sophomores, fought it out for the and Bot ,
Texas Christian University, asked championship of the 137 pounders. O Of
Dolley, J. S. McIntosh of Southern Johnson employed a figure eight very
Methodist University and J. T. Mc- effectively to wear down his opponent
Cants of Rice Institute to spend the and pile 'up a large time advantage of
next few months in evolving, or re- 6:54.
jecting, a plan and report back at Two good experienced wrestlers
Austin in May. clashed in the 147-pound division. Leaves Ann Arbor 6:30 P.M.
Discussion on the matter was lim- Louis Mascuruskus, winner of the
ited. championship in the 155-pound class instead of 6:59 P.M.Time of the
last year and a definite contender for
a regular birth, met a tartar inHar- Regular Train.
Sant (Cara s U set old Nichols, freshman phenom.
Texas Christian Mascuruskus had all the better of DON'T MISS I
Christianas the early going, proving himself anDO ' M SS T
exceptional rider, thwarting all of
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 12.-V')- his opponent's escapes. However, once
Behind the amazing throwing and Nichols gained the advantage he
punting of ;Quarterback Samm''y never was in danger again, finally I C ri I GA 1-1 E TA
Baugh, Texas Christian smashed to throwing his older rival in 7:24, with
a 9 to C victory over the previously a head sissors and a bar arm.
undefeated, untied University of The feature match of the after-
Santa Clara today in an intersec- ----

Hockey Team Outskates McMaster University 6-3

tional football game played before
40,000 fans.
It was a bitter blow to the great-
est Santa ChOia team in history, al-
ready selected to meet Louisiana
State in the New Year's Day Sugar
Bowl game at New Orleans.
The Texans chalked up their up-
set victory through a second period
touchdown and a third period field





A Gi4ft Of Gi4fts..


Has Great Balance Townsenand Siegel snaring the
duties, will also be' hstrong.
The reason for the optimismovr All in all it looks like Coach Hoyt
the Wolverine prospects this year lies and his Wolverines are headed for a
in the great balance that the squad great year.
appears to have. In no event can greatye___
Michigan be classed as weak and in MEET FOR PRO TITLE
several there are -exceptional out-
standing men, thus causing experts to NEW YORK, Dec. 12.-(IP)-The
rate Hoyt's charges on top of the Gieen Bay Packers and the Boston
Conference heap in the pre-season Red Skins will meet tomorrow in the
doping. Polo Grounds for the championship
In the dashes the Wolverine con- of the National Professional Football
tingent will be lead by Sammy Stol- i League.

goal for their
Santa Clara.

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