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February 16, 1937 - Image 8

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THE MIChIGAN DAILY

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gel, Bowler Victorious

Siegel Scores
Three Of Four
Wins By K.O.s
Leonard Spector Is Given
Ann Arbor News Annual
Novice Award
By I VIN LISAGOR
While most Michigan students were
deep in the throes of final exam.
craming, and finding little time for
anything else, Don Siegel, '39 Lit., and
Mike Bowler, '38 Bus. Ad., who re-
cenijy withdrew from school, were
busily engaged in winning the state.
Golden Gloves championships in their
respective divisions, the novice heavy-
and bantamweights.
Siegel, a Varsity tackle on the
grid squad, won three of the four
bouts he fought via the knockout
route. Only Ced Sweet, a fellow grid-
der, managed to withstand the fury
of Don's leathered fists in the Ann
Arbor finals, but even the doughty
Sweet was out on his feet when the
final bell clanged.
Siegel Gets Technical K.O.
The Sweet-Siegel embroglio was
the highlight of the Ann Arbor tour-
ney as both men, forgetful of their
gridiron ,friendship, stood toe to toe
and slugged through three furious
rounds. Sweet plunged into his big
foe, with such vigor that exhaustion
began to overtake him in the second
round.
"wice, both men hit the canvas
from the momentum of misdirected
blows. On one occasion, however,
Don landed a long right flush on
Ced's chin, which sent therfullback
to the canvass for a short count.
Sweet's gameness in forcing the fight
brought frequent waves of applause.
Siegel continued his mastery in the
power division in the state finals at
Grand Rapids, where he sent three
men reeling to the canvas to cap the
state crown. His final match saw
him beat Dick Boven, Kalamazoo
husky, on a technical kayo in the
seeond heat.
Has Easy Work
Bowler, a short, semi-bald bantam,
waded through two opponents in the
local meet, with relative ease. After
beating two more at Grand Rapids,
he made short work of Jerry Sutter,
of Bay City, laying him out in the
second round.
Lonard Spector, Newark, N.J.
freshman, a protege of Verne Lar-
son's, won the trophy annually
awpded by the Ann Arbor Daily
News to the outstanding novice of
the local tourney.
FIghting in the welterweight divi-
sion, Spector completely outclassed
two pugs here with a clver display
of footwork and a murderous right'
from close in. Local fans remember
him as the fighter who disdained the
use of a stool between rounds, prefer-
ring to recuperate by dancing about
in is corner-the latest training pro-
cere for quick recovery.
Spector Discredited
The shuffling, expressionless Spec-
tor couldn't maintain his pace in the
. flials at Grand Rapids, however, and
lost his first bout to Stanley Brun-
zell, Holland hope on decision. Spec-
tor ,was discredited for registering
several low blows.
Art Downing, '38, who packed
dy nmite in both dukes, fought
trie in the local tourney and
kwoked all three opponents kicking.|
Clohes of Quality.

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In State Gloves Tourney
Sextet Off For Canada Minus Heyliger;
Grades Drop Bill Wood From Team

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I-M Cotinues
Full Program
This Semester
Following the usual vacation lull,
the Intramural program will be re-
sumed with many sports being or-
ganized.
The Fraternity and Independent
basketball tournament which has
been in progress for several weeks, is
now in the final round preceding the
All Varsity tennis players are
requested to report to Coach John-
stone Thursday afternoon at 1
p.m. at the Intramural Building.
elimination which will start this week.
Wednesday night will mark the re-
opening, as the gym will be completely
refinished and prepared for use.
The Coliseum will once more re-
echo to the shouts of the hockey
players as the Betas meet Alpha
Sigma Phi in a crucial contest tonight.
Qualifications for the fraternity
swimming meet will be held Wednes-
day night as 22 houses will be vying
for honors. The finals will be held at
the Intramural Building with Matt
Mann and McCaffree supervising.

CENTRAL STATE WINS 34-31
mTr PLEASANT, Feb. 15 - ( ') -
Central State Teachers stopped Nor-
thern State 34-31 her~e tonight.
THE PRICE OF
WOOLENS ARE
HIGHER... BUT-
M LTONS
STI LL GIVES YOU
THE BEST
Suit or Oo
at the LOWEST PRICE

Indiana (31
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Huffman, c
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Johnson, g
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Score at
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By BONTH WILLIAMS
Eddie Lowrey is going to be buying
lumber to board up the Michigan goal
before Friday night unless ...
The large fat question mark in the
Michigan puck picture was scribbled
in by the eligibility boogey-boogey
that rose up and hit Goalie Bill Wood
over the head with six hours of in-
complete.
A crippled Michigan hockey squad
with just two men over a full team,
departed for the Canadian wilder-
ness surrounding London, Ontario
early this morning on one of the
slowest trains on the continent of
North America, buthto those eight
hockey players it seemed like the
midnite express.
Varsity Won First
When the Western Ontario hockey
team ventured into the Coliseum
early in December, the Wolverines
twisted them by their tails and sent
them back to London on the small
end of an 8-1 score. The Wolverines
figured that when they journeyed au
Canada for the return engagement,
they would have a good look at the

town and knock off the Western
laddies like rabbits in deep snow.
Plans Go Astray
The best laid plans of mice and
hockey players oft go awry, however,
and the picture has changed a lot
of color.
Vic Heyliger, who banged home
four goals and was credited with six
assists, in the previous contest, did
not make the trip. The Beaver has
spent most of the time since the
Michigan Tech series at Houghton
in the University hospital where he
underwent an operation on his ankle,
and it wasw ith sad reluctance,nbut
a good deal of foresight that Coach
Lowrey left the Concord Flash to get
into shape for the return Tech Series
here Friday and Saturday.
Blow number two came when Bill
Wood was stricken with illness and
forced to take incompletes in at
least two courses. The agile little
Psi U net minder who was getting
better every game has only been out
of bed two days and is still a little
wobbly. There is some possibility

that he may be returned to good
standing by faculty action.
Chase Moves Up
Meanwhile the responsibility for
the rise and fall of Michigan's hockey
fortunes rests squarely on the shoul-
ders of Bill Chase. Bill is one of the
pair of twins, the other one of which
plays wing on the second line.
Two years ago Bill stepped into the
breach when Johnny Jewell was
forced out of the line-up and turned
in a great performance to aid Mich-
igan in winning the Big Ten crown.
This year Bill returned to the nets
and had a bad night. Since then he
has watched while Wood took his
place and kept getting better.
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half: Michigan 23, In-

Missed free throws: Michigan 4 f
(Patanelli 2, Gee, Townsend); In- 1
diana 4 (Gunning 2, .suffman, John-
son).
Officials: Nick Kearns (DePaul),
referee; John Kobs (Michigan State),
umpire.
Changres Made
In Grid Rules
For Next Yea-
NEW YORK, Feb. 15- (/)-The
football rules committee of the Na-
tional Collegiate A.A. placed a heavy
premium today on the kickoff, gave
officials and the .defense a little lee-
way on the disputed pass interference
regulation and threatened drastic ac-
tion against ineligible pass receivers.
At the same time the committee
adopted the suggestion of the Amer-
ican football coaches association
FOOTBALL CANDIDATES
All candidates for the 1937 Var-
sity football team are requested to
report to the Union tonight at 8
o'clock for a meeting. Class cards
of this semester's courses must be
presented at the meeting.
making the numbering of all players
on the front and back of their jersies
mandatory, and clarifying the rule
against kicking.
Effective with the start of the 1937
intercollegiate campaign, only one
kickoff will be allowed. If the ball
is kicked out of bounds, it is to be
put in play by the opponents from
scrimmage "on their own 35 yard
line or ten yards from the point where
it crossed the side line, whichever is
more advantageous."
The rule makers added a supple-
mental note to the forward pass in-
terference regulation pointing out
that "defensive players have as much
right to the ball as the eligible op-
ponents, and bodily contact, however.'
severe, between players who are mak-
ing a 'bona fide' attempt to catch
or bat the ball shall not be construed
as interference."
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