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James, Fabello
Score In Fmal
Frame Of Tilt
Visitors Outplay Varsity
As, Allen's Loss Hurts
(Continued from Page 1)
game's outstanding player. When it
was necessary to rag the puck with
a man short, Gib showed how it was
'done and it was he who led the Wol
verine attack. Fabello played his
usual good game in back checking
and it was many of his blocks which
kept Spike James, who found busi-
ness brisk even so, from being set
upon more often.
Toronto scored all their goals in
the second period. Their first might
almost be considered a fluke. Ken
Maynard shot from the blue line and
Spike calmly proceeded to turn it
aside-but he was too .dsure and it
scored. Gib at this time was off the
ice with a penalty.
The Canadians next two markers
displayed their finesse. With the en-
tire Michigan line in Toronto terri-
tory the puck was picked tip by the
visitor's forwards and after passing
back and forth Mclquham tallied:
Mcllquham raised the total to three
later in the stanza when he fooled
the Maize and Blue defense and hit'
the extreme corner of the nets.
Paging 'Smack' AllenI
Michigan (2) Pos. Toronto (3)
E. James.... . G......... Caswell
Smith .........D........Driscoll
Simpson .... ,...D..MacLachlan
Cooke .........C.... Maynad
Michigan spares: Hillberg, Chase,
Toronto spares: Cassels, Mclqu-
ham, Craig, Morrison, Rey, Callon,
Stephenson, Blackhall.
First Periody
Scoring: None. Penalties: McLach-
lan (5:25); Hillberg (10:25).
Second Period
Scoring: (1) Maynard (unassisted)
3:10; (2) Mcllquham (Stephenson,
Craig) 7:47; (3) Mcllquham, (unas-
sisted) 18:13. Penalties: James
(1:21; Stephenson (11:16).
Third Period
Scoring: (4) James (Cooke) 17:18;
(5) Fabello (unassisted) 19:46. Pen-
alty: Stephenson (7:04).,
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Off Final Period Drive

To Stop Sextet 3-2

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Varsity Leads' Individual Scoring In Illinois Relay Carnival

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Elmer Gedeon
Captures High
TIN U E' r11 A rA',

Here's What They Did Purdue Defeats Purple, 42-39
At The Illinois 'Relays To Win Big Ten Championship
75 yard dash: Won by Clifford0-



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So Long 'Jake'...
Three short years ago, a baby-faced souhomore instituted an era
in Michigan basketball-an era of amazing exhibitions which provoked the
skeptical boswells into tantrums of literary delight. Every eyewitness had
a word for his performance, and in their desire to be meticulously exact.
to tab his play with the proper word, humble reporters resorted to Roget's
bible of synonyms, became unabashedly wordy. His adroitness at the pivot
line, his uncanny intuition in passing and his many "scoring guns" inspired
a Daily reporter to call him "The Houdini % the Hardwood." That, in our
opinion, came closest to describing his magic.-I
The "he" in this case is Capt. John Townsend-"Jake" to the aver-
age man. And though the search for adjectives has been a sustained,
intensive one, it has frequently been fruitless.. We say "frequently"
advisedly, because the big Indianapolis senior was no superman. ,
On "off" nights, he would sometimes lumber about clumsily, resemble
a so-so player. But most of the times he was a wizard, no less,
and begging description with a neat bit of work which escaped pre-
diction because the hand is still quicker than the eye.
Remarkable individualist that' he is, Jake never forgot the value of
team play-and that alone stamps him with a rare distinction. The
Luisettis and Youngs could score points until they were blue in the face
as far as Jake was concerned. He delished a productive evening, yes-
but only after the firing ceased. . During the fray he was a team player,
first and always.
Jake seemed at times to make a back-bending effort to avoid
shooting, sacrificed innumerable scoring opportunities to pass to a
teammate in a less strategic position than himself. Encouraging his
star to shoot more often became an acute problem with Coach Cappon,
and the Wolverine mentor's impatience was infrequently exhausted
by Jake's unwillingness to make points for himself.
Tomorrow night, the baby-faced sophomore of 1935, still as youthful
and imperturbable as then, gives his valedictory performance. And
it bears a sorrowful note. TheFates have denied Jake the pleasure of
playing on a championship team. Since high school, when his team always
clutched at the title, always fell heartbreakingly short, Jake has yearned
for that elusive thrill of a winner. This year, he thought, would bring it, but
alas, it was not to be, even though his mates felt-as voiced by one of
them earlier in the season-that "we've got to win for Jake!"
The Daily has designated the night as "John Townsend Night,"
and urges you to salute him in his final collegiate try. He will be
striving to break Bennie Oosterbaan's scoring record of 129 points,
made during the 1928 season. Jake needs only eight points to turn
the trick, and maybe your verbal appreciation of a glorious career will
help him along.
Hail And Farewell ...
TWO OTHER WOLVERINES fade out of the cage picture against the
Wildcats-Herm Fishman and Bill Barclay. Fishman contains that
intangible sports' quality, "color," which added considerable appeal to his
playing. Time and again, Herm pleased the crowd with his entertaining
dribbling, those foxy fakes that taunted his guards, distracted them. And
his left-hand push-in shot was practically unstoppable, although of un-
certain accuracy.
Barclay again substantiates the belief that he is as game a com-
petitor as they come. A dislocated fibula last semester threatened to
end his basketball playing for the season, and Bill had become recon-
ciled to his lot. But the injury healed rapidy, and now the Flint
senior will play for a few minutes anyhow. He can't resist the yen
to bow out in action.
DOTS AND DASHES: The Wolverine vote Frank Lane of Detroit as the
best referee they've had this season . . . And the impression is prevalent
that Barclay's presence on the squad might have kept the cagers from
dropping completely out of the title race . . . After tomorrow night's
game, several basketball players will swap gym shoes for spikes . . . They
include Leo Beebe, Dan Smick, Herm Fishman, Mannie Slavin, Fred
Trosko, Charley Ping, and Russ Dobson.

NJ.Ut1 U1 L V U II (N.D.); second, Davenport, (Chi.); Minnesota Takes Second
third Blaick (Marq,); fourth, Leh-
mann (Ill.). Time :07.7. Place With 35-28 Win
Michigan Takes Shuttles Shot put: Won by Watson (Mich.) ; Over Wisconsin
Relay; Bill Watson Wins second, Faymonville (N.D.); third
Shot Put Gragg (Ill.), fourth, Lohkamp (Em- EVANSTON, Ill., March 5.-(1)-
poria Teachers). Distance 50 feet Purdue won sole possession of the
(Continued from Page 1) 3 7/8 Tnches. Western Conference 1938 basketball
75 yard low hurdles: Won by Le- championtship tonight, defeating
the International Federation) in the men (Purdue); second, K e 1I e y Northwestern, 42 to 39, to wind up the
75-yard high hurdles wnen he kept (Mich.); third, Leutwiler (Il.); season with a record of 10 victories
his collegiate record unmarred by fourth, Baker (Drake). Time :08.1. and two losses.
equalling the time of nine seconds j 320-yard shuttle hurdle race: Won The high-scoring Boilermakers,
flat made by Lee Sentman of Illinois by (Mich.) (Kelley, Kutsche, Olm- who led Northwestern, 25 to 17, at
in the same meet in 1931. sted, -Gedeon) second, Emporia halftime, scored 511 points in 12 Big
Gedeon also anchored the Wolver- (Kans.) Teachers; third, (N.D.) ; Ten contests while holding opponents
ine shuttles relay team which in- fourth, (Ill.). Time, :39.6 (Betters to 414. It was Purdue's fifth undis-
cluded John Kutsche, Stan Kelley carnival record :40.5, by Neb., 1931). puted Big Ten court title. The Boil-
and Sherm Olmsted, and who shat- Broad jump; Won by Hubbard erinakers have shared seven other
tered the carnival mark for the 320 (Minn.); second, Watson (Mich.) crowns.
yard event in :39.6. third, Shurilla, (Marq.); fourth, The defeat was Northwestern's
Hoosiers Win Relay Underwood (Drake). Distance 24 fourth in 11 games. The Wildcats
Indiana's medley relay team, with feet, 5 inches. close their season against Michigan
Michigan pressing it hard to the '75 yard high hurdles: Won by Monday night.
final tape, broke the other "best Gedeon (Mich.); second Sumner o.s.U. 41; CHICAGO 29
listed mark" by running the odd dis- (Emporia Teachers) ; third, Demott COLUMBUS, 0., March 5.-(P)-
tances in 10.14, almost two seconds (Emporia Teachers) Fourth, Hatha-
better than the time of a Penn Statewy(NU) Tm -9.(Eus Ohio State defeated Chicago, 41 to 29,
betertha te imeofa ennStteway (N.U.). Time :09.0 (Equals tonight in the final Big Ten basket-
quartet on an outdoor track in 1929. world's American and Carnival rec- banlght fr h te Forar
Tom Jester in the half mile gave ords by Lee' Sentmann, Ill., 1931). Jim Hull of the Buckeyes set a new
nothing to Mel Trutt, and Waldo Ab-
bot kept his own in the quarter, as Uriversity medley relay: Won by Ohio State individual record.
did Harold Davidson with Tommy Ind. (Trutt, Miller, Deckard, Smith): Hull scored 12 points giving him a
Deckard in the three quarters mile second, Mich.; third, Wash. U. Time season total of 134, one more than the
leg. A bad exchange, however, gave 10:14 (Betters world's record, 10:15.9, individual Buckeye record set by
Jim Smith a lead over Ralph Sch- by Penn. State 1922 and American in- Johnny Miner in 1925. Hull nipped
warzkopf on the final leg which he door and Carnival records, 10:31.2 by the old mark with two field goals
could not quite make up despite a Chi. 1929). with less than three minutes to play.
4:16.3 mile. High jump: Tied for first, Allen The victory was Ohio State's sev-
Michigan also had a share in es- (Mich.) and Albritton, (O.S.U.) ; enth in 12 Conference games, the
tablishing a Carnival record in the third, Burke (Marq.); fourth Diefen- Bucks' 12th in 20 for the year, and
University mile relay, pressing Ohio thaler (Ill.). Height 6 feet 5 3/8 it was Chicago's 10th defeat in 12
State's crack quartet of Sulzman, inches. contsts.
Cooperider, Howells and Squire to a University mile race: -Won by MINNESOTA .PLACES SECOND
two-foot win in 3:20.4 on the six (O.S.U.) (Sulzman, Howells, Co- MINNEAPOLIS, March 5.-(Y')-
and two-thirds lap track. operrider, Squier), second, Mich., Opening with long range shooting
Wolverines Get Three Firsts third, Ind.; fourth, Marq. Time after trailing midway in the first half,
In the individual events Michigan 3:20.4 (Betters Carnival record, Minnesota defeated Wisconsin, 35 to
entries won firsts in the high hurdles 3:22.9, by Mo., 1930). 28, tonight to cinch second place in
by Gedeon, and in the shot put by Pole vault: Won by Padway (Wis.); i the Western Conference basketball
Bill Watson. Wesley Allen again tied secend Kingsley (Mich.) tied for Irace. It was the last game for the
Ohio State's Dave Albritton in the third, Eivens (Drake), Shoemaker Gophers.
high jump, this time at 6 feet 58 (Ind.) and Dean (N.D.). Heighth, 13 Led by Paul Maki, guard, who con-
inches. Seconds were taken by Wat- feet 10 1/8 inches. tributed 14 points, and aided by
son in the broad jump, by Jim King- -
sley with a 13 foot, 6 inch jump in
the pole vault, and by Stan Kelley in
the 75-yard low hurdles. SECRETARIAL and
Michigan's two-mile relay team got
a bad break when Bill Buchanan,
starting his third leg almost even with
Indiana, fell over Cunkle, finishing CLASSES NOW FORMING
his second leg for the Hoosiers. Bu-
chanan picked himself up in fourth FREE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
place and the Michigan team fin-
ished in that position as the Hoosiers Hs
went on to win in 7:49.5 for a Car- Haomilton Buu ines oleg
nival mark.
No team totals were tabulated for 23rd Year Phone 7831 William at State
the meet.



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JACKSON-(A)-About 100 repre-
sentatives of Junior Chambers of
Commerce in Michigan, Ohio and
Kentucky opened a conference here
Saturday. The conference will close

EAST LANSING, Mich., March 5.-
(M>--Michigan State College and
Wayne University shared the myth-
ical honors in the 18th annual Mich-
igan State College indoor track car-
nival here today,

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