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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNI AY,' JAN. 17 '.1937'

I~AGE SIX SUNDAY, JAN. 17, 1937

Wolverine Cagers Def eat isconsin,

43 To 31, Before 4,500

Michigan Five
Scores Second
BigTen Win
Varsity Uses Short Shots
To Chalk Up Margin
Against Badgers
Mitchell Top Scorer
By RAY GOODMAN
MADISON, Wis., Jan. 16.-(Spe-
cial to The Daily)-After playing
sloppily for 28 minutes, the Michigan
basketball team came to life to down
an outclassed Wisconsin five, 43 to
31, tonight at Camp Randall Field
House.
The Varsity led 16 to 12 at the
end of the half with free throws and
long shots giving the Wolverines their
margin as they saw the ball roll out
of the basket time after time on
their short shots. In the second pe-
riod, however, Michigan came to life
and started moving with the same
speed that defeated Northwestern, to
go past Wisconsin and win by a com-
fortable margin.
Approximately 4,500 spectators
saw the Wolverines take their sec-
ond conference victory.
Mitehell Leads Badgers
Lee Mitchell led the Badger attack
with 12 points as he hit four field
goals and as many free throws on a
fast breaking offense that found
Michigan flatfooted until near the
end.
The whole game was rough with
the officials blowing a quick whistle
to catch Michigan for 20 personals,
an incredible number, while Wiscon-
sin got nipped 17 times. Neither
team could hit its free throws con-
sistently, however.
Jake Townsend led Michigan both
on offense and defense, collecting 11
points, nine of which he picked up
in the last'half of the second period.
Two Wolverines, Johnny Gee and
Matt Patanelli, left the game on per-
sonals.
Gee Gets Jump
Gee took the opening tip and then
capitalized on his height advantage
to pivot around Bell, the Badger cen-
ter, twice in a row. Bell gave Wis-
consin its first score on a free throw
and Gee retaliated with a foul shot.
Fishman put Michigan ahead 7 to 1
with a long shot, but Fuller, Mitchell
and Weigandt suddenly came to life
and hit three consecutive baskets
to give Wisconsin the lead, 8 to 7.
Townsend tied up the score with a
free throw but the Badgers went
ahead again as Mitchell connected
again from far out on the floor. Then
the Varsity began to hit the basket
as Townsend followed in Barclay's
foul shot and then passed to Bar-
clay to goiahead. With less than a
minute to go Rooney picked up a
loose ball and went under.
Wolverines Get Hot
Once again the Wolverines warmed
up as Thomas, replacing Barclay,
dropped the ball through and Pat-
anelli hit at an angle from about the
center of the floor as the gun ended
the first half.
Both teams started slow in the sec-
ond half. Michigan still looked slow
and ineffective. Pat dropped another
ong as Wisconsin hit four free
throws to tie the score at 18. Then
Gee left the game on personals and
Danny Smick came in to score around7
Bell. Another period of quiet fol-
lowed and finally Michigan began
to move.
Ed Thomas, Townsend and Smick
found the basket, Mitchell continued,
to break fast down the floor but left
the floor with four personals as he
failed to stop Townsend.
SUMMARIES 1

Freshman Pucksters May Solve
Coach Lowrey's Goalie Problem

Bob Helmer, Eldon James
Appear As The Answer
To Chief Worries
By IRVIN LISAGOR
If Coach Eddie Lowrey could scrap
the rule prohibiting freshmen from
Varsity competition, his goalie prob-
lem would almost cease bothering
him-almost, because trouble would
arise in choosing between the pair of
bona fido net minders on the yearling
squad.
The two goalies are Bob Helmer,
Calgary's hope, and Eldon (call him
"Spike") James, Gib's kid brother
from Ottawa. Both are as suspicious
of stray pucks as a pacifist is of fire-
crackers.
Learns From Father
Helmer learned his hockey first
hand, his father being the former
coach of the New York Americans
and manager, at present, of a semi-
pro six in Calgary. Bob started tend-
ing goal in an amateur circuit at,
home which has produced such lead-;
ing puckmen as Sweeney Schriner,]
Americans' high scorer, and Tiny
Thompson, the Boston Bruins' tough
little barrier. Thompson it was, who
slipped. Bob several invaluable point-
ers on kicking the rubber disk out of
the nets.1

Michigan Wins
Over Fizanklin
And Marshall
Wrestlers Gain Even Break
In Road Trip; Team
Gets 3 BoutsBy Falls

Turns In Great Game

with assorted shots, and according to
reports, Young Helmer gave a praise-
worthy account of himself. Asked
which of the Wings was most clever,
he replied, "They were coming at me
so thick and fast I couldn't tell." He
has 150 pounds packed into his 5 feet
10 inch frame.
James Old Hand
Spike James has been frustrating
pucks ever since he turned thirteen.
The James family lived across the
street from the famous Kilrea hockey
clan, and the boys often gathered in;
their back yard for impromptu ses-
sions of light hockey. Frank Fin-
negan, now withktheyToronto Maple
Leafs, also lived nearby and occa-j
sionally joined the fun. From suchf
illustrious exponents of the ice art,
Spike picked up considerable knowl-
edge of the game. Bill Cowley, cen-
ter for the Boston Bruins, once
watched the lanky lad repulse those
back-yard attacks and persuaded him
to join up with a team in the junior
amateur league in Ottawa.
His supreme moment among the
amateurs came when he first played
against brother Gib, and Spike re-,
lates with pride how Gib failed to
slap the puck past him. In fact, the
sharp-eyed Varsity star couldn't dent
his brother's armor in three tilts.
Hockey is second nature to the

BUCKINGHAM
f, bulky
British
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During the recent holidays, Bob James boys. During vacations and
worked out with Jack Adams' De- 'brief recesses Spike can always be
troit Red Wings. Larry Aurie, Herb found with the Rink "rats" at some
Lewis, Gordon Pettinger, Syd Howe Ottawa skate center, keeping that
and other luminaries bombarded him elusive disk out of the payoff window.
1,400 Witness Sextet's Vietory
In Second Minnesota Contest

Danner In Unlimited
LANCASTER, Pa., Jan 16.-(Spe-
cial to The Daily) -University of
Michigan's wrestling team won its
third meet of the season tonight by
defeating Franklin and Marshall:
22e to 7g leBy this vctory th e Wol
ver ines gained an even break in the iri >::: <;:..;;:::«t :>:::>.::.-.;::.:
road trip, having lost their first de-
fcision of the year last night to Lehigh.
Michigan gained a lead in the first Playing despite a bad charley
match of the evening and from that horse, Vic Heyliger, captain of the
point on was never behind. Johnny Michigan team led the Varsity to
Speicher was the Wolverine' gaining victory in the second game of the
this initial victory, defeating Hocking Minnesota hockey series last night.
of Franklin and Marshall by a time Heyliger accounted for three of
advantage of 3:27. the eight goals scored by the team
Cameron Stops Urich while Gib James, pushed four past
theGoperspgaleUobWilcn
After Kellman had dropped the the Gopher's goale, Bob Wilkin-
126-pound bout to the local grappler son. Johnny Fabello scored the
Cameron again sent the Wolverines other goal early in the first period.
out in front by completely outclassing
Urich and finishing the match with
a time advantage of 9:17. Detroit Crowd
Three falls were scored by theDt
touring Wolverines. Thomas threw W a h s iece
McKenna of Franklin and Marshall W at lie Vi'ies
in 1:43 with a half nelson and Capt.
Frank Bissell scored nearly as quick Defeat Perry
a fall over his opponent, Carruthers,
in the 155-pound class, also with a
half nelson, The third was by Dan- DETROIT, Jan. 16.(Special to The
ner in the unlimited class. Daily)-Ellsworth Vines, world's pro-
Wolverines Cinch Meet fessional tennis champion defeated
With these decisive victories toF.
their credit the Wolverines had the Fred Perry in straight sets 14-12, 6-2.
meet cinched. Morgan of Michigan 6-1, here tonight before a crowd of
and Nagle wrestled to a draw in the 6,500 at the Olympia.
165-pound bout and Masuruskus lost It was Vines' second victory in five
to Co-captain Hetricl of Franklin matches with last year's world's am-
and Marshall by the time advantage ateur champion, the first coming last
of 3:46.
Danner, substituting for the in- night at Pittsburgh.
jured Forrest Jordan in the unlimited Both played very steady in the firsb
division despite the fact that h6 set breaking through each other's
wveighs only 155 pounds, threw Roed- serve only twice before Vines took
er with a reverse nelson and a bar advantage of a little luck to take
arm in 6:50. Perry's serve again in the 26th game
The Complete Summaries: to win the set 14-12.
118-pound class: Speicher (Mich- Perry becamhe wild at the begin-
igan) defeated Hocking (F. and M.). ning of the second set and could not
Time advantage: 3:27. keep up with Vines who was becom-
126-pound class: Fisher (F. and ing steadier as time went on.
M.) defeated Kellman (Michigan). In the third set Perry was either
Time advantage: 2:26. very tired or gave up, his strokes no
135-pound class; Cameron (Michi- longer possessing the speed they had
gan) defeated Urich (F. and M.). in the first set while Vines seemingly
Time advantage: 9:17. continued to become even more
145-pound class: Thomas (Michi- stronger than before.
gan) threw McKenna (F. and M.). ?InaoestxhbinGrg
Time: 1:43. '- In a one-set exhibition, George
Tim:1:-43. s:Lott defeated Bruce Barnes 6-2,
155-pound class: Bissell (Michi- breaking through the Texan's serv-
gan) threw Carruthers (F. and M.). ice in the fourth and eighth games.
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hand shot that caught the ne
ner as Wilkinson kicked just
tion of a second too late.
Penalty Shot Called
Two plays later Referee
Farrell called a penalty shot
Gopher defense for holding an
liger blazed a drive that budg
twine in the upper left hand
before Wilkinson even saw it.
Gibby James got Michigan'
and sixth goals less than ai
apart on passes from Fabel
Heyliger. Both were from c
and beat Wilkinson cleanly.
Captain Ray Bjorck got th
Gopher tally early in the
stanza when he rifled a har
from 15 gfeet out. Bill Wooi
played a great game for Mi
all night and made 40 stops, w
tially screened on the play ai
rubber caught the corner just
hit the ice.
Bert Smith, stellar defen
way in the period, but Bob Si
was sent off for high sticking
crashed a couple of over-2
Norsemen with stiff body chec
Gib James did a good job of r
the puck until Smith returnee
Beats Wilkinson Again
James took a pass from the
Johnny Fabello with 14 n
gone and rode in to outfox V
son again.
Minnesota staged a brief r
the early part of the last peri(
both Michigan lines were br
up the Gopher attacks at cen
and as the period progressed
Minnesota and not Michigan w
on the run.
Gibby James, providing a
climax to the evening's fes

. when he niked 1un ,a loose Duck

which Smith had carried the whole
ar cor- length of the ice and plucked the
a frac- cords for number eight.
Michigan's victory, besides being
sweet revenge, was the most lopsidedC
Paddy in the last eight years of competition
on the between the two schools and put
d Hey- them in a tie for the Western Con-
ed the ference Title with one win apiece.
corner
's fifth SUMMARIES
minute.Michigan Pos. Minnesota
to and Wood . . .. . ... G . .. . .. Wilkinson
to an .Simpson......G......... Ganley
lose in Smith .......D ........... Kroll
ie lone Heyliger .....C......... Bjorck
second Fabello ...... W ......... Arnold
d shot James ....... W. .........Baker
d hot Michigan Sparese Merrill,
chigan Cooke, Ed. Chase.
as par- Minnesota Spares: J. Carlson,
nd the Schwab, Anderson, Randall, Wal-
as Bill lace, Bredeson, R. Carlson.
R feree: Paddy Farrell.
seman, First Period:
mpson Scoring:
g id- 1. Fabello (James and Heyliger
zealous 2:25.
ks and 2. Heyliger 8:55.
agging 3. Heyliger 10:20.
gg 4. Heyliger (penalty shot).
5. James (Fabello 12:45.
flying 6. James (Heyliger) 13.32.
lying Penalty : Simpson (tripping),
Vilkin- Baker (tripping) (2), Bredeson
(tripping).
ally in Second Period:
od, but Scoring:
eaking 1. Bjorck 2:42.
ter ice 2. James (Fabello) 14:14.
it was Penalty: Smith (high stick).
ho was Third Period:
Scoring:
fitting 1. James 18:02.
tivities

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165-pound class: Morgan (Michi-
gan) and Nagle (F. and M.) wrestled
to a draw.
175-pound class: Hetrick (F. and
M.) defeated Mascuruskus (Michi-
gan). Time advantage: 3:46.
Unlimited class: Danner (Michi-
gan) threw Roeder (F. and M.).
Time: 6:50.
Referee: Rosenberg (Penn State).
HILLSDALE TO HAVE MEET
GRAND RAPIDS, Jan. 16.-(A)-
The Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic
Association's annual indoor meet and
field day will be held in the Hillsdale
College field house March 17. Kala-
mazoo College is defending champion.
The M.I.A.A. golf and tennis events
will be held at Kalamazoo May 28

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Iowa ..........
Chicago .......
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By catching those head colds before they get a
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