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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THUJRSDAY,

Buckeye Five,
Hopes To Stop
VarsityAgainr
Olsen To Rely On Height
For Victory; Fishman Is
Fully Recovered

Has Birleson To Beat

Beethan, Birleson To Assault
440, Mark In Saturday Clash

Campus Relay
Teams Picked

Veteran Sutherand s
Urged To Stay At Pitt

The Michigan basketball team's
field day at Purdue's expense, con-
trary to. popular opinion, does not
cinch a part of the title for the Wol-
verines.
Saturday night, invariably a bad
night for the Varsity, Ohio State, one
of the two Conference teams that
have defeated Michigan this year,
will be waiting for the Wolverines at
Columbus. Monday the Cappon squad
will travel to Bloomington, Ind., to
take on Indiana's disgusted' Hoosiers.
And a week from this Saturday Mich-
igan closes the season against the
lowly Wisconsin Badgers.
Long Shot Win
Ohio State beat the Varsity, 37 to
32, before finals. The game was
played on a Satur-
day night and as
has been usual on
most Saturdays the %
Wolverines played
a miserable brand
of ball. Despite the
Buckeyes' inferior
height they domin-
ated the backboard
and capitalized on
their long shots to>
deprive Michigan
of anychance of an:
undisputed title. f - x'"
And Columbus FISMAN
fans also capital- Michigan
ized on the victory to assure all in-
terested that they have a team that
is definitely superior to the Wolver-
ines. Well, they have every right to
believe it for Ohio State did win. And
Ohio State can repeat if Michigan
relaxes into one of its intermittently
poor games.
Coach Harold Olsen will probably
put his biggest five on the floor. This
will be made up of Earl Thomas at
center, Jim MacDonald and Bud Hull
at forwards, and William Henry Har-
rison (Tippy) Dye and Jack Raude-
baugh at guards.
Plays RoUgh Game .
Thomas played a good game in the
first game, hitting his long shots and
looking tough under the basket. Mc-
Donald, a football player who plays
much of the same type of game as
Michigan's Matt Patanelli, although
not as smooth, will'
be guarding Jake
Townsend, and like
Patanelli, he will
probably go out on
fouls.
The strength of
the Buckeye team
is, however, really
in its guard. Dye,
all-Conference last
*Y......... year and a prob-
able repeater, has a
good long shot,
- plenty of speed, as
McDONALD well as defensive
Ohio State ability and leader-
ship. Raudebaugh is also a good
shot, dangerous from any spot on the
floor.
Michigan should be considerably
strengthened by the return of Herm
Fishman, who came from the sick bed
Monday to start against the Boiler-
makers. Fishman, along with Bill
Barclay and Ed Thomas, Michigan's
"sixth man," should have their hands'
full with Dye and Raudebaugh Sat-
urday and Ken Gunning and Bob
Etnire' at Indiana Monday.
The. Varsity looked bad yesterday
in its scrimmage with the second five
composed of Thomas, Bill Lane, Dan-
i& Smick, Dick Long, and Leo Beebe.
In a 10minute workout the reserves
scored nine points to the first team's
three.
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of PITTSBURGH, Feb. 24. (I)-Men1
By FRED DELANG third place. Harvey Patton of the For Pitt M eet who made Pitt athletic history on.
By FED E LNO hir plce. arvy Ptto ofthethe gridiron and cinder track joined
In the Western Conference indoor Wolverines was second. toda i ging thei vete foal
track meet last March Ray Ellinwood Last season i the mdoor dual meet Eig To coach Dr. John Bain Sutherland to
SCBeetham set a new Field House recordEght SquadsTOCompete "stay with us."
ofwhiago astuned urt e l hee beating Sta in :50.3 secon, During Varsity-Panther They acted formally, but feelingly,
with a phenomenal quarter mile vic-~ a record that stood until last Satur; m I' dpigareouinadesdt
tory in :48.9 seconds to be one of the day when Birleson erased it with a Cinder Clash a pting a resolution addressed to
first men ever to break 50 seconds on decisiveness that was not to be de-t h cigm
an indoor track. Saturday night in nied. Then on the outdoor track it Twelve fraternity and seven ind- "Not only that it not accept Dr.
Yost Field House Ellinwood's record was Birleson who again hit the tape pendent relay teams battled it out in Sutherland's resignation if tendered,
may be crossed from the books. first, being clocked in :49.7. preliminary heats at Yost Field House but that it take immediate steps to
Capt. Chuck Beetham of Ohio Beetham has never competed in the last night for the privilege of run- remove any obstacle which might
State's thinclads and Stanley Birle- 440 in Conference meets, confining fning in the finals of the contest at the stand in his way."
son, Michigan. senior and ace quarter his efforts to the half mile in which Pittsburgh-Michigan dual track meet Talk of resignation of the Silent
miler on. the greatest track team in he is national champion. It is ex- March 5. Eight squads, four frater- Scot began with discussion of a rift
Wolverine history, will furnish the pected, however, that the Buckeye nity and four independent, those between Sutherland and W. Don
feature attraction of the Michigan- captain will compete in both events making the lowest times, qualified. Harrison, Director of Athletics.
Ohio State dual meet when they in Saturday's dual meet here. Running for the All Stars "A" Harrison has remained mum since
team Car, CverFrak Coerdenying any outright break, saying
match strides in what may prove to I Albritton Will Compete team, Carl Cover, Frank Cover, hen ing of plak, a
be the fastest quarter mile ever run Beetham is not the only star onthe Golden, and Laskey established a new he knew nothing of plans for a
on an indoor track in this State, per- Ohio State squad and Coach Larry independent record of 1:36.2 in the' d
haps even in the world. Snyder's Buckeyes are expected to half-mile distance to set the pace for- -
Bound To Be Exciting give the Wolverines their first stiff both divisions. The old record estab-I*
Last Saturday Birleson, competing battle of the season. Dave Albritton' lished by them in 1935 was 1:36.9.
against Michigan State, was clocked and Wendel Walker of Ohio should The fraternity record of 1:38 estahi- Ann Arbor's Own
in :49.2 for the 440 while Monday stage one of the best battles'in the lished in 1929 by the Phi Kappa Sig-
! night in the Buckeye-Indiana dual high jump ever seen here. Albritton is ma team remained unbroken. CA D . ,IA C
meet Beetham= was an easy winner in co-holder of the world record at 6 The All Sta "B" team proved it-{[
:49.8. When two quarter milers who feet 93/4 inches while Walker is cap- self almost as good as their mates
can break:50 this easily clash there able of clearing 6 feet 6 inches:and by qualifying second with 1:40.1. The SUNDAY, FEB
is bound to be plenty of excitement better. other two independent teams to qual- N
and no local track fan will' miss Sat- Michigan will enter the meet a fa- ify were the Wolverines, who covered (Weather
urday's battle. vorite but because the Buckeyes de- the four laps in 1:43.1, and the For-
Birleson and Beethan have faced feated Indiana's powerhouse in a dual estry Club who ran it 1:47.8. 65
each other three times in the last two meet this week fans are expecting a Best of the fraternity men were
years, with Michigan's ace winning close fight all the way and will prob- the Phi Gamma Delta runners, Bill ADULT FARE
twice. In 1935 in the -Michigan-Ohio ably be treated also to a number of Knecht, Bob Holt, John Appleton,
outdoor dual meet Birleson won the spectacular perf ormances in several and Jimn Rae, who negotiated the dis- SKIlI NG - TOBOGGA N I N
440 in :49.2 with Beetham trailing in of the 11 events on the card, tance in 1:40.1. Theta Xi and Ti- ICE FIHIN(N
440-angle tied for second in this division ICE FISHING o
__rwith 1:43.2, and the Psi Upsilon squad SKATI NG and,

Rappert Stands Firm
In Yank Hold-Out War
CHICAGO, Feb. 24.-(P)-CoL Jake
Ruppert, owner of the world cham-
pion New York Yankees, asserting
that "Somebody has to take a stand
an this salary business and I'm taking
it," said today his star first baseman,
Lou Gehrig, would be paid $31,000 for
next season's work-or nothing."
Ruppert said that Gehrig, reported
to be demanding a $50,000 contra.ct,
and Joe DiMaggio and other Yankee
holdouts, "have my ultimatum-take
the contracts offered them- or leave
them."
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- Associated Press Photo
This picture shows Capt. Chuck
Beetham of the Ohio State track
team as he flashed across the finish
line to a new Big Ten remord in the
half mile- last spring in the an-
nual Conference outdoor meet. His
time was 1:52.4. Saturday night in
the Michigan-Ohio dual meet in
Yost Field. House Beetham will
compete in the a440 as}wel[ as the
half mile.
Hockey Summaries
Michigan Pos. Minnesota
W. Chase .. , .... G....... Wilkinson-
Simpson.......D......R. Carlson
Smith.........D..........Kroll
Heyliger.......C.........Bjorck
James.........W........Arnold
Fabello .........W ........GAnley
Spares: Michigan-Merrill; Cooke,
E. Chase; Minnesota-J. Carlson,
Taft, Anderson, Randall, Wallace,
Bredesen.
First Period

MICH IGAN
WARY 28, 1937
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Cappon Chooses Two
Johns On Star Team
"Credit where credit is due" was
the motto of Coach Cappy Cappon
yesterday as he named in his choice
of the Big Ten All-Star team, to be
used in the Chicago American poll,
two of his own Wolverine basketball- '
ers, John Gee and John "Jake"
Townsend. Cappon went on to create
a scoring avalanche as he chose Jew-
ell Young of Purdue, Marvin Rolek
of Minnesota, and Harry Combes of
Illinois as teammates of Gee and
Townsend.
Cappon is backed up in his selec-
tions by the scoring statistics, for
with the exception of Rek all of
the Wolverine mentor's choices may
be found in the upper 10 of Con-
ference scorers, while Rolek's air-
tight defensive tactics undeniably
place.him in the select circle of Big.
Ten basketeers.
Cappon's second team consists of
Mike McMichael, Northwestern, and7
John Kundla, Minnesota, at for-;
wards; Bud Riegel, Illinois' captain;
at center, and Tippy Dye, Ohio State,
and Ken Gunning, Indiana co-cap-;
tain, at the guards.

Former Star
Features I-M
Hfandbal ard
Following the appearance last week
of the world's foremost badminton
player, Howard Davidson, the Intra-
mural Department is sponsoring the
appearance of Al Banuet, considered
to be one, of,, the, leading hand ball
players in this country. Banuet
will give an exhibition at 8 p.m.
this evening at the Intramural Build-
ing, opposing Fred York.
Banuet, who is considered to be
the greatest player ever to appear in
Ann Arbor, was National- A.A.U.
champion in 1929, '30 and '31, finally
retiring undefeated in order to give
the younger players an opportunity
to win the crown.
The State Doubles Handball Tour-
nament will also be' played at the
Intramural Building at 8 p.m., with
the semi-finals scheduled for Friday
and the finals for 4 p.m. Saturday
afternoon.
Al and Lou Zerbo, city champions
of Detroit, are favored to annex the
meet,

rounded off the quartet of Greek
letter teams qualifying for the finals
with the time of 1:44.5.
Besides. the qualifying teams in the
meet,? others to run in the fraternity
section were Sigma Alpha Mu, Phi
Kappa Sigma, Lambda Chi Alpha,
Theta Chi, Phi Sigma Delta, Delta
Sigma Pi; and Chi Psi. The Sigma
Chi squad would probably have fin-
ished as one of the winners had not
the anchor man tripped and fallen
when but some 20 or 30 yards from
the tape.
The other Independent squads to
run were the' Penthouse A.C., D.D.'s,
and the Jay Hawks.

Leave Ann Arbor 7:30 a.m., A.A.Rd.
Arrive Cadillac, Mich. 1 :00 p.m.
Return to Ann Arbor Sunday night.
Advance Reservations necessary
Get tickets at
Randal Trav-el Agency, Nickels Arcade
or
The -An-n Arbor Ra ilIroad Co

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scoring: J. Carlson (Unassisted)
13:10.
Penalties: Simpson.
Second Period.
Scoring: Fabello. (Heyliger) 8:52.
Penalties: Kroll (major), James.1

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Third Period
Scoring: Taft (J. Carlson)
Wallace (Unassisted) 8:21.
Penalties: R. Carlson.
Officials: Tony Conroy and
ningham.

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Grid Official Favors
Interference Ruling

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NEW 'ORLEANS. Feb. 24.-(AP)--
R. "Bill" Crowley, veteran footbe
official, said today he was oppos
to the change in the forward passir
rule which says bodily contact shd

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not be termed interference.
Crowley, attending the convention
here of the Department of Superin-
tendence of the National Education
Association, said he believed the lift-
ing of this rule might lead to serious
results.
He added he intended to take a
bold stand against it at the inter-
pretation meeting of the football
rules committee in September.

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