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FRIDAY, JAN. 22, 1937

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

Kasley, Haynie,
DegenerRate The pRESS ANCLE
Al -American By GEORGE J. ANDROS I

Hockey Team
EngagesTech

Sophomores Ar
By Presence (

e Conspicuous
)n Big Ten Fives

Medica, Flanagan, Fick
Gain Most Places; A.A.U.
Prexy Directs Choice
Two Varsity stars and another
former Wolverine performer were
named on the All-American swim-
ming team announced yesterday by
George W. Graves, Michigan A.A.U.
president and chairman of a com-
mittee which directed the selection
of the team.
Co-Capt. Jack Kasley was named
as a member of the 300-meter med-
ley relay trio as the fastest breast-
stroke swimmer over 100 meters,'
sophomore Tom Haynie was placed
on the 800-meter free-style relay
quartet and Dick Degener, Olympic
titleholder and former National Col-
legiate champion under Coach Matt
Mann, was named number-one div-
er off the three-meter or high board. I
Medica Most Popular
Jack Medica, Ralph Flanagan and
Peter Fick captured the largest num-1
ber of places on the team.
Medica, of the Washington A.C. at
Seattle, was named by the 23 swim-
ming coaches and officials partici-
pating in the selection, for five places
on the team and received the highest
number of votes.
Fick, of the New York A.C., was
picked for four events-100 yards and
100 meters free style, 300 meters
medley relay and 400 yard relay
team, while Flanagan, of the Great-
er Miami, Fla., A.C., was named for
the 880, one mile, and 880 yards.
Other members winning places in
the selections follow:
John Higgins, of the Olneyville
Boys Club, Providence, R. I., 200
yards breastroke and 300 meters in-
dividual; medley, and Adolph Kiefer,
Lake Shore A.C., Chicago, 150 meter
backstroke and member of 300 me-
ters relay.
Highland Named
Others on the 400 yards free style
relay team are Arthur Highland,
Lake Shore A.C., Chicago; Arthur
Lindegren, Los Angeles A.C.; and
Charles Hutter, of Harvard Univer-
sity.
John Macionis of Yale University
was named in the 880 yards free style
relay group.
In the diving division: Al Greene,
Lake Shore A.C., Chicago, 1 meter
(low) springboard, and Marshall
Wayne, Miami, Fla., Biltmore A.C., 10
meter (tower) platform diving.
Puckmen To Meet
Ontario Aggie Six
On Tuesday evening next, Coach
Eddie Lowrey's compact little hockey
machine will play hosts to the team
from the Ontario Agricultural Col-
lege.
O.A.C. plays hockey in a fast league
that includes municipal teams from
Galt, Guelph, Kitchener and Ham-
ilton, and the brand of shinny they
serve up will be right up with the
best.
In the last meeting of the two
clubs, the Wolverines were victorious
to the tune of 5 'to 3, but the re-
ports indicate that they are not to be
taken lightly.
Lenny Wilkes, a newcomer to the
O.A.C. ranks who established some-
thing of an outstanding reputation
playing football for the college this
fall, is understood to be' the spark
plug of the outfit.

Another Great Minnesota Team
LARRY ARMSTRONG, Minnesota coach, says the Gophers will be stronger
than ever on the gridiron next fall . . . The star of the team, the
temperamental mentor says, will be an unnamed fullback "who is better
today than Herb Joesting or Stan Kostka ever were" .. . Joesting and Kostka
will be remembered as two of the best in a long line of great Minnesota line
plungers . . . Freshman track records are being gradually lowered through
the years, Coach Ken Doherty's bulletin board charts reveal . . . Ken feels
that some of the records are due to stay, but quite a few will be lowered
still more.I
Michigan's basketball team has engaged in three overtime battles this;
season-and has won all three . . . Two were against the University of;
Washington in Seattle Christmas vacation, and the third with Chicago last
Monday . . . Cappy's five will not have to worry about Fred Fechtman,
huge Indiana center, in its two games with the Hoosiers next semester ...
Fechtman is through as a college player under the Big Ten's eight-semester'
rule ... He finished his career in grand style against Ohio State last Monday
-scoring ten points . . . A striking parallel is found between Fechtman
and Capt. Johnny Gee of the Varsity . . . Both are six feet nine inches in
height and neither played basketball in high school.
No Pro Ball For Pat
S X-CAPT. MATT PATANELLI, All-Conference end, says that he will not
play professional football under any circumstances ... Pat has been sent a
"feeler" letter by the Pittsburgh Pirate club of the National Professional
League ... Fullback Cedric Sweet is entering the Golden Gloves boxing tour-
nament as a heavyweight . . . Cedric has been complaining about lack o:
exercise since the football season ended ... If drive and power make a boxer,
Sweet's opponents are in for some bad sessions . . . Have you noticed the way
Gib James, ace junior wing, walks around in any and all weather wearing
only a jacket?
The hockey team was given a rousing sendoff yesterday yesterday morn-
ing . . . All of two people were at the station at train time-one reporter and
one rink rat . . . Assistant Coach Bennie Oosterbaan, the Big Ten's leading
scorer during the middle twenties, still plunks them in with unerring ac-
curacy from all parts of the Field House floor . . . I take exception to the
statement in The Daily Illini that says IIlinois "still has the fastest white
man in the Big Ten in Bobby Grieve" ... I say Sam Stoller's record is much
better. . . Any bets on the result when the two meet next time?
Wolverine Wrestlers Favored
To Defeat 'Green' Ohio Bobcats

SquadToni ht jy IRVIN LISAGOR: heavily on the pair to keep Indiana's
The Big Ten basketball style is far stock high in the league standing.
from being of the sophomoric va- Minnesota's startling upset ofI
Play First Game Of Year riety, yet a goodly number of the Northwestern Monday was greatly at-
Away From Home; sHaveSeason's stars thus far are second- tributable to the Addington-Kundla
year men. sophomore duo. The two forwards
.571 Average Illinois features perhaps the out- garnered 12 points apiece to topple
standing sophomore performer in the Wildcat. They have made the
For the first time 'during the cur- Louis Boudreau, who came out of Gophers a distinct threat in the cur-
rent season, Coach Eddie Lowrey will J the Thornton, Ill., high school with rent race.
send his colorful little hockey ma- his pal, Tom Nesbit, to show Confer- Smick Is Capable
chine out onto foreign ice tonight ence fans some real ball handling Over Iowa way Ben Stephens, a
whentheWolvrins mach pee and point getting. Boudreau has yet, flashy forward, keeps the sophomore
iwhen the Wolverines match speed Ito experience an "off" night in Il- prestige high, while the Chicago Ma-I
and cunning with the Michigan I linois togs. A pulled tendon has; roons boast of Morris Rossin, a close-
School of Mines sextet away up in hampered Nesbit. checking back guard.
Houkhton. A Not Publicized Michigan, of course, claims lanky
Behind the leadership of their dy- Gene Anderson hasn't been pub- Dan Smick as its most prominent

Texas Hires Bible
On Long Contract
AUSTIN, Texas, Jan. 21.-(/P)-The
University of Texas today hired
Dana X. Bible, one of the ranking
football coaches of the nation for
10 years at a salary reported to be
$15,000 a year.
The genial, bald-headed mentor,
who, coached Nebraska to six Big Six
conference titles in eight years, thus
will return touthe scene of his early
triumphs, the Southwest Conference,

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namic Captain Vic Heyliger, the 10- licized as much as such of his Pur-
man squad will be ready to dig deep due teammates as Jewell Young and
into their bag of tricks to chalk up Jim Seward, but the six foot four
their fifth victory since the schedule inch forward is one of Piggy Lam-
got under way back in November. To bert's best fast-break artists. As a
date they are credited with a .571 star in Franklin, Ind., he matched
victory average, having won four out his superb play against Michigan's
of their seven contests. Townsend when both boys wore high
That Tech. will be formidable op- school spangles.
position is a foregone conclusion, for Dick Baker, Ohio State's climax
it is little short of a habit, or a player, is another soph lumniary
tradition or something that the men from Indiana, having also opposed
from Houghton are real hockey play- Jake as a member of the Anderson,
ars. Ind., quintet. Baker has kept the
Maki Is Goalie Buckeyes among the front-runners
The lineup the Miners will probab- by sparking last minute rallies and
ly use will find Ed Maki in the nets, stacks up as being a real up-and-
Stinac and Bucher on defense, and, coming sharp shooter.

second-year man. Smick has proven
a highly capable replacement for
Captain John Gee at the center post,
being the man who registered a brace,
of baskets to help salvage the North-
western game from the fire.
Throughout the Conference, sopho-
mores are making themselves con-
spicuous by being very much in the
cage mix.!

whose fame in colorful football he
helped build as coach at Texas A. &
M. College from 1917 to 1928.
Bible left Austin tonight to tender
his formal resignation to University
of Nebraska officials, but said he
would return in a few days to take
over the athletic destinies of the
Texas school.
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two forward lines with McCarthy,I
Pekpala and Stack on the first trio
and Walsh and the Hascall brothers,
Jim and John making up the other.
Of Maki's abilities as a guardian
before the twine much can be said,
for he has compiled an enviable rep-
utation playing in both the Intercol-
legiate and the M-O circuits. During
this two-game series, Maki will act
as captain besides plugging up the
net mouth. The elected Captain,
'Moon' Mullins has been forced from
the game for an indefinite period due
to an operation resulting from a back
injury.1

Voights Wins Berth
Northwestern's veteran Wildcat
five had to make a regular berth for
Bob Voights, a guard, who doubles
on the gridiron as a tackle.
The newly labelled "Fightin' Hoo-
siers" of Indiana present another
crack combination in Bill Johnson,
forward, and Junie Andres, guard,
both of whom came from Jefferson-
ville, Ind. Coach Dean has banked

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By BUD BENJAMIN
Michigan's Varsity matmen, with
three wins and one loss behind them,
will climb through the ropes Satur-
day afternoon at 3 p.m. as heavy fa-
vorites over Ohio Universities' ag-
gressive Bobcats. Activities will take
place as usual in the Yost Field
House.
The Ohio aggregation, coached by
Thor Olson, former world's middle-
weight champion, will send seven
sophomores and one junior against
the up-and-coming Wolverines. All
promising, the inexperience of Ol-
son's forces, is expected to provide,
too much of a handicap against the
Varsity grapplers.
Injuries alone may beat Mich-
igan. Paul Cameron, Frank Morgan,
and Butch Jordan are all on tlr
"question mark" list, and the ability
of their replacements may well deter-
mine the outcome of the meet.
Ed Kellman, Dick Tasch and Lil-
burn Ochs will be the probable re-
placements for these men in that
order; only Kellman hasndone any
wrestling this year.
Captain Frank Bissell and Harland
Danner, senior and sophomore re-
spectively, lead the Varsity point
scorers this year with perfect totals.
Each has engaged in four tilts and
has emerged victorious by a fall in
every bout.
Bissell is enjoying the most suc-
cessful season in his wrestling career.
The veteran 155-pounder has dis-
played brilliant form all year and is
counted on to top the class of the
Big Ten when they gather here in
March.
Danner has been the surprise and
sensation of the season. An obscurej

sophomore two months ago, Harland
was fighting hard for a Varsity berth.
Today he is among the mainstays of
the squad and has served notice that
he will go far in this, his first year
of competition.
Unassuming, modest, but extremely
aggressive within the ring, Danner
combines all the best requisites of a
collegiate wrestler. He is fast, strong,
and willing to mix. All of his bouts
this year have been crammed with
action, and this may well be account-
ed to the "go-get-'em" attitude of
this young star.
At present Bissell and Danner have
amassed twenty points each in Var-
sity competition. A fall, for those un-
familiar with the mat game, is count-
ed as five points for the victor; a
decision as three points, and a draw
as one-and-a-half points for each
competitor.
THE STANDINGS:

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McCarthy, the centeronsthe first The Al
line has established himself very S
clearly in the minds of the Wolver-_
ines that played against him last
year, for he matches Heyliger with
his poke checking, and is a remark-
able playmaker besides. While not
the high scorer of the squad, Mc--
Carthy's name is the one found most
often in the 'assist' column of the
summaries.
Coach Lowrey took the same nine
men to Houghton that faced Minne-
sota here last week-end, and in ad-
dition, Bill Chase, in the capacity ofI
alternate goalie. The squad is in the
best of condition and the minute
they find their bearings in the P
strange ice house, they should be 106 East
able to take up where they left off
last Saturday evening.
A brief peek into the records re-
veals that the Wolverine pepper line FLORIS
of James, Heyliger and Fabello hasE
scored all but four of the 32 count-
ers that have been gathered in to
date. Of these, Captain Heyliger is ---
credited with 14 goals, James with READ THE
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