THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Trim Badgers 41-27; Puckmen Fall To
Gee Lead Five
In Final Game
Cagers Record Is 16 Wins
And For Losses; Finish
In Third Place
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same time the Wolverines worked
under the net on set-up plays and
scored on follow-ins when they
missed their set shots.
In the second half it was a little
different as the Varsity relaxed in
its long lead and Wisconsin began to
hurry the play.
Patanelli Goes Out
Gee and Townsend ran the score
up to 28 to 11 and then Lee Mitchell
drove down the floor for Wisconsin's
first shot basket of . the game. Mit-
chell, Rooney, and Stan Haukedalh
ran the score to 31 to 24 but then
Michigan awoke from its lethargy as
Gee hit a pivot and Leo Beebe, in the
game for Patanelli who had retired
with his usual four personals, drop-
ped two long arches thru the netting.
Wisconsin presented just the kind
of opposition that is easiest for thel
Varsity. Unlike Indiana the Badg-
ers had nothing figured out to beat
Michigan. They tried to work under
and seeing that they couldn't they
shot whenever they got a chance, us-
ually from the field, thus allowing
the Michigan "giants" to take the
ball off the backboard and dom-
inate the play.
Varsity Misses Ten
The Varsity made 13 out of 23 at-
tempts at the foul line, while the
Madison team looked bad hitting only
five out of 15.k
Nine of Wisconsin's 11 field goals
were long shots.
The rest of the Michigan team,
Herm Fishman, Bill Barclay, Ed
Thomas, and Danny Smick, played
good ball, never giving their men an
The PRESS ANGLE ... By George Andros
In Fast Game
Michigan Tankers Are Odds On
Favorites In Coming Title Race
Family Cooperation .
MY BATTERED gray chapeau
comes off to Howard and Harold
Davidson for the strategic race they
ran against Johnny Woodruff in the
Field House Friday night . . . The
two of them working together came
almost unbelievably close to creat-
ing one of the major upsets of track
history by beating the Olympic
champion at his own distance .--
And on a well-trimmed cinder track
that was large enough not to handi-
cap the 12-foot stride of the dusky
Pitt sophomore . . . Brother Howard,
veteran senior, lost the sprint to the
pole position from the starting blocks
to the huge Olympian, but passed
Share Big Ten
Illinois Tops Northwestern
Team, 32-26; Minnesota
EVANSTON, Ill., March 6.-(.)-
Illinois defeated Northwestern 32 to
26 to tie Minnesota for the Big Ten
title before a crowd of 6,000 tonight.
The Illini set the pace and held the
lead throughout to give Coach Doug
Mills a Conference winner in his first
year and to avenge the defeat handed
them by the Purple at Champaign
early in the season.
Northwestern fought a stubborn
uphill fight and launched rally after
rally only to have Illinois turn on
the speed and pull away.
Illinois whizzed to a one-point lead
in the first five minutes, with Bob
Riegel and Wib Henry leading the
scoring. Jean Smith dribbled in to
give Northwestern its first basket and
to start a rally by the Wildcats which
left them four points behind at 16-12.
Henry and Boudreau connected for
field goals to give the Illini a 20 to 12
margin at half time.
Minnesota Wins, 33-23
CHICAGO, March 6.-(A)-Minne-
sota won a half-share of the 1936-37
Big Ten basketball championship to-
night, coming from behind to defeat
Chicago 33 to 23 in the final game
of the season for both teams.
The victory gave the Gophers a
season's record of 10 victories and
two defeats, the same as compilel by
Illinois, victorious tonight over
Chicago, in taking its 12th defeat
in an many starts this year, made
things interesting for the Minneso-
tans in the first half and at the
intermission point held* a 14 to 13
edge. Seconds after the "second pe-
riod opened, however, the Gopher of-
fense began to click, and baskets, by
Kundla, Addington, Manley and See-
bach gave Minnesota. a commanding
lead which it easily held to the final
him before the first lap was ended ...
From then on it was Howdy staying
in front of Woodruff with the as-
sistance of some verbal coaching by
younger brother Harold who was
boxing the champion in from the
outside . . . It was not until the
three runners were within 100 yards
of home that Woodruff shoved his
way out of the trap . . . But even
then the race was not over . . . Har-
old's pursuit of the long-striding
Negro was a thrilling thing to watch
. . . And it fell just short of success.
Wingmen Jake And Bill . . .
TWO WOULD-BE sophomore base-
call players (and they might be).
Chuck McHugh and Pete Lisagor.
have figured out a plan to propose to
football Coach Harry Kipke .
Why not put Jake Townsend on one
end of the 1937 eleven and Bill Wat-
son on the other . . . There is no
doubt of the power this combination
would possess, and you can just pic-
ture Jake tossing tricky laterals to
leaping "Big Bill" . . . Morris Mor-
gan took second place in the pole
vault from Gerrety of Pitt Friday
night although both cleared the same
maximum height of 12 feet six inches
. It was due to the new ruling that
in case of a tie in a jump event gives
the man requiring the least number
of jumps to clear his maximum
height the higher-ranking place ---
"Jarring Jim" McDonald of Ohio
Gib James Win
ALU Star Posts
HOUGHTON, March 6.-(Special
to The Daily)-Vic "Beaver" Hey-
liger, the Michigan hockey team's
leading scorer, was selected as center
and honorary captain of the 1936-37.
Midwestern all-star college puck team
named by coaches of Minnesota.
Michigan, and Michigan Tech.
Gib James, also a Wolverine, was
named to one of the wing positions
on the first team. Bob Simpson and'
John Fabello were chosen for second
The University of Minnesota led
with three Gophers rating the first
sextet and two others the second.
Michigan Tech placed one man on
the first team and two on the sec-
The selections follow:
Goal - Edward Maki, Michigan
Defense - Richard Kroll, Minne-
Defense - James Carlson, Minne-
Center and Honorary Captain-
Victor Heyliger, Michigan.
Wing-Edward Arnold, Minnesota
Wing-Gib James, Michigan.
Michigan nPos. Toronto
Simpson .........D............ Rey
Snith ...........D........ Driscoll
Heyliger ........ C...... Valequette
Michigan Spares: Ed Chase, Cooke.
Toronto Spares: Morrison, Fuller-
ton. Sweeney, Gregory, McLaughlin.
Referee: Paddy Farrell.
1. Cassels 14:30.
2.' Discoll. (Fullerton) 17:55.
3. Driscoll (McClelland) 18:12.
Penalty: Sweeny (tripping).
4. Sweeny (Fullerton)
Penalty: Cooke (tripping).
5. James (Heyliger) 14:40.
6. James (Heyliger) 19:59.
Penalty: Cooke (tripping).
State (Danny Smick's friend) has
just made history by being elected
captain of the basketball team along
with his co-captainship of the "Scar-
let Scourge" eleven . . . There was
not a single fall registered in the
Michigan-Michigan State wrestling
meet Friday night . . . Coach Cliff
Keen's team, well-sprinkled with re-
serves, won every bout by decision
. Every Varsity hockey player in
the Big Ten will be awarded a gold
puck, emblem of Conference cham-
pionships . i . Michigan and Minne-
sota are the only Big Ten schools
sponsoring hockey teams, and the two
tied for the title ... In persuing the
pages of The Daily Illini, official or-'
gan of the University of Illinois, I
noticed what I consider to be an out-
standing example of sports curiosa.
Teaming with flashy Bob Grieve in
the sprints is a speedster blessed with
the surname of Wedding, dubbed,
how appropriately I can not say,
'Big Meechigan Day' ...
THE COMING weekend is the big-
gest of the indoor seasorn for
three Wolverine teams, the swim-
mers, the wrestlers and the track-
men . . . It is the weekend of the
Conference championships, and Big
Ten titles mean more than any other
honor to Wolverine squads . . . And
it looks like a grand slam for Michi-
gan this year . . . I am not taking
too much for granted in predicting
championships for all three squads
The swimmers will get some
strong but scattered opposition from
Northwestern, Ohio State and Iowa,
but the well-balanced power inherent
in Coach Matt Mann's squads will be
too much for the other boys . . . The
chance of the wrestlers hinge on the
condition of "Butch" Jordan and
Paul Cameron and the outcome of,
Johnny Speicher's bout with "Two-
Bits" Meyers of Indiana . . . Coach
Charlie Hoyt has seen his track
team smitten by the ineligibility of
Walt Stone and Ben Starr, and Dave
Hunn's leg is a problematical quanti-
ty, but I still favor the Wolverines
. Again it will be Michigan's bal-
anced strength against individual
stars from Indiana, Ohio State and
All members of the, freshmen
boxing squad report at 4 p.m.
Monday in the boxing room, Wa-
Canadians Are Best Club
Ever Seen Here; Show
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pass on Chuck Sweeney's stick and
the latter made no mistake.
Toronto was all over the ice from
then on with Normie McClelland,
stellar Varsity veteran, pacing an at-
tack that was dangerous all the time.
Cooke spilled Morrison midway in
the period, and Toronto powered, but
the Wolverines checked hard and
Chase made a half-dozen beautiful
saves to keep the blue shirts away.
Michigan Back Strong
Michigan came back strongly in
the final period and began to really
go. Heyliger was robbed twice as the
fighting Beaver tore through the
rocky Canadian defense. The Ca-
nadians countered with a four-man
drive that just missed. Campbell
went prone to rob Fabello on what
lookd like a sure goal. Then play
shifted to the other end as Chase
made five saves in a row to with-
stand a vicious Toronto attack.
The Canadians broke again, but
Heyliger, just named All Mid-West
captain and center, hooked the puck
with a beautiful pole check and start-
ed in. Gibby James came tearing
on the right flank and Vic's pass was
perfectly timed. Gib let go with a
scorching drive that caught the far
high corner just over Campbell's
Both teams went at it in the final
five minutes to give the crowd their
money's worth as they took turns
racing up and done the ice in the
fastest hockey exhibition ever seen
With less than a minute to go
Coach Eddie Lowrey put on four for-
wards in a finalattempt touscore.
There were just five seconds left
when Heyliger hooked the puck again
and passed to James as the latter
raced into the Canadian defense
zone with only Campbell to beat.
Gib's shot was hard and low and
plucked the far corner just as the
gun barked finis to a thrilling game.
Eddie Lowrey and his club have noth-
ing to be ashamed of. They played
their hearts out against a great
hockey team that had twice as much
man power, and they turned in a
By STEWART FITCH
With a highly successful season
in dual competition now a part of
the past. Michigan's Varsity swim-
mers are pointing toward the three
meets which will provide them a
chance to prove their caliber against
all of the outstanding collegiate tank
teams in the country.
First in line for the natators will
be the Western Conference cham-
pionship meet to be held at Bloom-
ington, Ind., on Friday and Saturday
of this week. Last year the Wolver-
ines were nosed out by a powerful
Iowa team after a tough battle for
first place honors.
It will be a different story this
year, however, for the Varsity has
proved itself vastly superior to all
of the competition that the Big Ten
has had to offer. The Buckeyes from
Columbus came close once in at-
tempting to humble the highly touted
Wolverines, but when they came to
Ann Arbor for a return meet, a little
pressure applied by the Varsity sent
them home with a stinging defeat.
Michigan can count on victories in
the sprints, medley relay, free-style
relay, breast-stroke and at least one
of the distance swims. Tank follow-
ers are already hopeful of seeing a
shiny new '37 attached to the bot-
tom of the long column of Big Ten
victories on the record board at the
end of the Varsity pool.
Defend National Title
On March 25, the natators will
head for Minneapolis to defend their
National Collegiate title, and perhaps
add a few tank records to the books
of the N.C.A.A. With the exception
of Yale, the cream of the country's
swimmers will be present tocompete
for top honors in the collegiate
meets but an additional victory in
the A.A.U. contest would not be wei-
In addition to these two major con-
quests, Matt Mann will send a group
of tankers to compete in the Na-
tional A.A.U. meet to be held at the
Yale pool at New Haven, Conn. The
Varsity is concerned mainly in win-
ningthe conference and National
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Townsend well on offense.
was third in scoring with
kets and a free throw.
Townsend, f .........4
Barclay, f .. ......0
Thomas, f ...........1
G ee, c ...............4
Sm ick, c .............0
Patanelli, g ..........0
Beebe, g.... . .....2
Fishman, g .........3
Fuller, f ............1
Rooney, f ............4
Dupee, f .............0
Powell, f ............0
Bell, c...... ......0
Haukadalh, c .. ¢......1
M itchell, g ...........2
Coyne, g ......... .0
Frey, g -.............3
Weigandt, g .........0
Big Ten Standings
Cagers To Get
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Eight Wolverine cagers received
Varsity "M's" last night immediately
following the conclusion of the Mich-
igan-Wolgehine basketball game. Five
others received minor awards.
Block letters were awarded to Capt.1
John Gee, Syracuse, N.Y., and Matt'
Patanelli, Elkhart, Ind., seniors; John!
Townsend, Indianapolis, Ind., Bill
Barclay, Flint, and Herman Fishman,
Detroit, juniors; Leo Beebe, Garden
City, Dan Smick, Hazel Park, and Ed.
Thomas, Ishpeming, sophomores.
Gee and Patanelli, playing their
final basketball games for Michigan
received tremendous ovations as they
left the floor.
Minor award winners are: Ferris
Jennings, Ann Arbor, senior; Manuel
Slavin, Cleveland, O., and Bill Lane,
Detroit, juniors; Dick Long, Butler,
Ind. and Louis Levine, Muskegon
Robert Williams, Oak Park, Ill., a
junior was introduced as head cheer
leader for tthis year between the
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CHICAGO, March 6.-(AP)-Little
Archie San Romani of the Emporia,
Kans., State Teachers College, raced
to a brilliant and unexpected triumph
over Glenn Cunningham, King of
American milers, tonight in the
Bankers' Mile, feature event of the
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