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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

MONDhAY.flDEC.14. 1936

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Final

Preparations

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Matmen Meet
New York A.C.

December

22

Keen Holds Tryouts Tlis
Week To Choose Squad
Making Trip
Eight Varsity wrestlers, with pos-
sibly one or two alternates accom-
panying, will leave Ann Arbor Fri-
day, New York bound to meet a crack
team representing the New York
Athletic Club on Dec. 22. The squad
will motor to New York arrivng some
time Monday.
Coach Cliff Keen announced yes-
terday that the all-campus wrestling
meet, completed Saturday, gave him
an excellent lineup, on the material
this year, but that he expected to
hold tryouts Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday of this week to ascertain
definitely what men would make the
trip. Coach Keen also stated that he
doubted whether any Varsity letter-
men would be displaced by the other
candidates, for the added experience
of last year merits their choice, for
the trip.'
The New York Athletic Club team
is coached by Murl Thrush, a Mich-
igan alumnus and a former wrestler
under Keen in 1927 and 1928. Thrush
took over the coaching of the New
York team in the latter year and
since then they have lost only two
dual meets, Michigan beating them
on Jan. 3 last year. This was also the
only meet they had ever lost to a col-
lege team.
The feature match will be between
Joe LaTout, a former national cham-
pion, and Earl Thomas in the 135-
pound class. Thomas just missed an
Olympic berth last year and should
battle on even terms with LaTout.
Another lumniary will be Ben Bishop,
at 155 pounds, former national in-
tercollegiate titleholder and Olympic
wrestler at Berlin.

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Wrestlers Regret That Coach Cappon With Nary A R
Iowa Isn't Their Home To Take Squad Huskies, Pitt I
The greater portion of coach Cliff Of 10 Players B
EKeen's ;wrestlers are lamentingI the RO ETH
fact that they weren't born in Iowa,iiBRO HET
Lhat middle-western state where the As the Washington Huskies and the
wrestlers grw,especially in a little Need For Counter Attack Pittsburgh Panthers enter the Rose
section around Cresco. Shown InaiGame Bowl for the 22nd renewal of the
Three of the brightest lights on the Spartan original New Year's day football
varsity this year, the Nichols broth- Huskies Are Strong classic, the thought uppermost in the
ers Donald and Harold, and James minds of both teams will be "We're
Cameron, claim Cresco, Iowa as their Michigan's Varsity basketball team about due this time."
birthplace; while Frank Morgan, All- will begin drills this afternoon for its Although these teams have entered
Campus titleholder in the 155-pound extensive vacation tour that will take the Bowl five times between them,
glass, hails from Decorah, a town it to Seattle, Wash., for a three-game Pitt three times and Washington
hardly 20 miles away from the Nich- series with Hec Edmundson's Uni- twice, neither have ever had the pow-
ols biothers' home. - versity of Washington five, then back er or the breaks to emerge on the

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Feel About 'Due'

Will Go 9,000 Miles

Local Townsend Plan Netters Practice

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Cameron, wrestling in the 126- to Toledo and up to Indianapolis. - long end of the score.
pcund class, was one of the most con- Twelve men will make the western Sailors Pass Well
sistent winner : on the Varsity mat trip, including 10 players, senior The 1924 battles saw the Navy pass-
team last year, his only defeat com- manager Hubert Bristol, and Coach ing combination of McKee to Cullen
gin in the Conference meet. Cappy Cappon. They will entrain for take command early in the game to
Harold Nichols, touted as one of Seattle Thursday. roll up a 14-point lead over the
the best 146-pounders ever to grapple Learn Lesson Huskies. Soon after this, Washing-
for Michigan, won his numerals last The Wolverines learned a much ton halfbacks Abel and Wilson start-
eason as a freshman and proved needed lesson Saturday night against ed things moving with a few passes
that he was the class of his division Ben Van Alstyne's Michigan State on their own account, Wilson taking
when he pinned Louis Mascuruskus team. Their screen plays are not a flip from Abel in the third to score
in the recent All-Campus tourney. unbeatable and a well-developed de- with Sherman converting. Sherman
-- ----- - fense can stop them, momentarily at incidentally, played the game with
least, unless they develop a counter boils on both of his knees.
Puc en1i1 attack. Van Alstyne did only what In the fourth period another pass
any other smart coach would have from Abel to Dubois netted another
Yl * l done. He dropped his guards back in- touchdown, Sherman again putting
8($1(30 9 Y to Jake Townsend at pivot, stopping the ball through the uprights to tie
rMichigan's set-up plays but giving the score. Washington stiffened to
D u in R ecess the back line an opening for long stave off the best that Navy could
shots and Townsend an opening for muster and gain their tie.
pivots. In their second appearance at the
Now that his highly geared hockey Jake took advantage of this open- Rose Bowl in 1926 Washington had
machine has definitely come into its ing for 12 points and he might have the bad luck to run into the most*
own, Coach Eddie Lowrey will take collected more if he had tried more successful of all the visitors to the
no chances for a set-back to occur shots. The guards, on the other ! Bowl, the Crimson Tide of Alabama.
in the playing form that has netted hand, did not take many longs and Wilson Is Star
the Wolverines two consecutive vic- hit only two of those that they did The Huskies started out in ,a fair
tiaes. .way to win with their now All-Ameri-
Th ere is a standing order posted in State Was Tough can back, George Wilson, rammingf
the Coliseum for practice each night On the whole, however, the Varsity ! home a pair of touchdowns in theM
this week, and for those members of played satisfactory ball, for a team first half before he succumbed to in-
the siuad that will spend their holi- that beats Michigan State, 34 to 21, j juries which he had sustained in the'
days im Ann Arbor there will be a has done a good job. season's regular campaign.
daily scrimmage session. The bewildered Southerners came
After a slow start against McMas- back in the third quarter to literally'
ter on Saturday evening, the sextet a game the Washington Huskies will
ticked up speed as they went, and play. Last year they were champions T
in the last period repeatedly brought of the northern division of the Pa-: N8 aitors To Spend
' t'.he crowd to their feet with their in- ific Coast Conference, l.ng to Florida
'icate plays. Stanford in the play-offs. In the v acatY on InFlrd
With both defensemen using their Olympic play-offs they went to the
,veight to the best advantage, a big semi-final round of the finals, losingh
problem has been solved, and if the to the Globe Oilers. Gone from \nVith the swimming carnival past
two attacking lines maintain their last year's team, nowever, is Ralph n go r a an'sp a are
present effectiveness, Sarnia* will be Bishop, star center; though Ed LOv- 1kehm ng for a vacation trip that will
in for a real battle here in the next erich, Bob Egge, and Bud Wagner alke in suthemonnya Florida.unt to F Both Varsity
ame scheduled for January 9. are back again. I6c!qne in sunywFlorida iBthbarity
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ill the California air with passes i w
rom halfback Pooley Hubert to W
andsome movieman, Johnnie Mack f
rown, and cross the Huskies goal w
hree times. Two of these touch- I A
.owns were converted by Bill Buck-1-
er to put the Tide out in front to
he tune of 20-7.
In the fourth, Washington, operat-
tng without the services of Wilson.,
managed to gain one more counter I
but the chance for a tie faded as the
attempted placement went wide and
he Crimson tide trickled over Wash-
ngton by one point.
Pitt Fares Badly
Pittsburgh took Mr. Greeley's ad-
vice for the first time in 1928 and
'Went West" to start on of the most
disastrous Rose Bowl records on the
books.
Their first game with Stanford was
a hard fought affair from the whistle
to the gun in which the Indians
tripped the favored Panther to annex
one of their few wins out of many
tries.
In the fourth period Biff Hoffman
led the Indians down the field to the
Panther 10, flipped a short pass to
Sims who ran a few yards and
fumbled, whereupon Wilton went
from 'goat' to 'hero' as he grabbed
the ball on the bounce and scooted
across for the Indian's only touch-
down. Hoffman's toe made the score
Stanford 7, Pittsburgh-6.
.Trample Panthers
In 1930 the University of Southern
California, full of the belief that
Stanford had not properly impressed
Dr. Sutherland's teams with the
might of Pacific Coast football, set a,
new Bowl record for top-heavy scores
as they trampled the hapless Pan-
thers deep into the turf with a score
of 47 to 14.
The Trojans simply passed Pitt
off their feet, gaining 287 yards by
the air lanes alone.
In 1933, despite her ties with Ne-
braska and Ohio State, Pitt was fated)
to feel again the heavy hand of Troy.
The Trojans outweighed the boys I
from Pitt 14 pounds per man and
outplayed them by an even greater
margin.
The stars of the game were Grif-
fiths and Warburton of U.S.C. who
passed, ran, intercepted, and kicked
while 'the Troy line bounced every
Pitt thrust for a loss. When the sun
went down over the Rose Bowl the
frayed Panther staggered from the
field on the short end of a 35-0 score.)

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Michigan's own "Townsend Plan"
the person of John Townsend, star l
asketball forward and shot-putter,
ill cover over 9,000 miles in the next
our months, going to Seattle this
eek as a cager and to California in
pril with the thinclads.i

II-.M Gymnasium
Five of last season's seven tennis
lettermen, led by Captain Miller
Sherwood, have been working out
in the Intramural Sports Building
gym under the tutelage of Coach
John Johnstone. Practice will con-
tinue all winter.

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luded on the squad making the trip.
* * The tri will serve as a fievca-
eW Oe U eS ~ nlnR uan nd at the same timefaiown he
New Hockey Rules Eliminate ;Tiin tri llseveasa in
mci men to get in a great deal of
'Packed Defense' And Stalling racice and give the younger me
ersof hesquad a chance to go
_rough the experience of perform-
By GLEN PHELPS Coming under the head of an 'anti- before rge gallees.
'I'The tankers are also looking for-
Now that the boys are away on defense' rule the 1936-37 code of ward to the eastern trip in the early
what looks to be a big year in in- ethics provides that not more than hart of February which will take
tercollegiate hockey, maybe it would three teammates shall be in their de- mem first to New York where they
fenivezon whn te pck s nt i jwill meet the New York A.C., then to
be a good idea to have a look into fensive zone when the puck is not i I
the rule book and see what changes that zone. This extraction is de- jhoetheytangle with the Red Raid-
have been made in the list of 'dont's' signed to do away with a 'packed de- ers. Th z journey will be the long-
for the current season, and take a fense' and to prevent a slow and est to be taken by any swimming
back glance at a few of the old lstalling type of game. jsquad in 'he Conference this season.
Along the ongm These eastern meets and the others
standbys that still have a lot of us Along the long road of develop-on the schedule except the one with
puzzled. ment from the 'shinny' stage, the i Indiana in January are in the sec-
The change that will probably be game of hockey has picked up many ond semester.
the most apparent to the majority of innovations, but the present status of
fans has to do with the return to geometrical figures being employed h

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in the layout of the playing surface,
sets a new high in something or
other. At the present time there are
some six circular figures, and two
linear constructions to be found on
the well appointed rink. Starting at
the nets, a 'crease' of seven foot
radius is inscribed across the front of
and extending behind the posts of
the cage. It is, thoroughly unlawful
for any player to go into that crease,
take a pass ,and shoot.
Shoot At Goalies
Mid-way between the goal and the
sideboards, and 15 feet in front of
the cage mouth at each end of the
ice is located what has been labeled
the 'special spot.' It is from this
spot that face-offs are made, as
penalties for certain technical viola-
tions. Thirty-eight feet in front of
the nets are found 10-foot circles,
whose purpose is to provide a place
from which a 'penalty shot' must be
made. For infractions of certain
rules, the puck is placed in the cen-
ter of this circle in the belligerent's
defense zone, and a member of the
offended team has the privilege of
taking a pot shot at the enemy net
minder who must be all alone in his
efforts to prevent a score.
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the one perennial stickler in the rule
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shall cross his opponent's red line
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