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TUESDAY, MARCHs8,1938 TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'3y IRVIN LISAGOR

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In Our Opion . . .
THEY finally kicked Cappy up-
stairs.
His appointment as head backfield
coach at Princeton is vindication of
his reputation. which had been
smudged in cold, black type and
cruelly damaged by wi'ispering Iagos
during the last two years he has
served at Michigan.
Unjustly painted as the "vil-
hAn" of Michigan's recent foot-
ball farce, Cappon received the ;
stinging barbs without comn-
rla nt, with a stoical attitude
that disturbed his friends, who
knew the intense remorse he
must have suffered. Cappy was
heartsick because Ile was sub-
jected to such humiliation at his
alma mater ,the school he served
faithfully as both player and
coach. Any indiscretions he
might have shown were prompt-
ed by a devotion to Michigan.I
No better indication of the esteem
he commands from his associates can
be made than the statement Tad
Wieman issued to The Daily last
night. Wieman played with Cappy,
worked together with him in a coach-
ing capacity, and therefore knowsI
him. Asked how long Cappon's con-
tract would run, Wieman said, "I
prefer not to reveal that, but we
hope it will be forever."
Need more be said? Cappon
carries The Daily's sincerest wish
for success at his new position.
There must, after all, be some-
thing to this law of compensa-
tion.
* * *
And now if you will indulge your
old ASIDELINER another guess .
With the basketball coachship va-
cant, the question arises as to who
will fill it. Logically enough, Bennie
Oosterbaan, we think. Bennie has
served a long apprenticeship as an
assistant coach and is ready, in this
department's humble opinion ,to ac-
cept the responsibility that neces-
sarily accompanies the head man's
position. One of Michigan's "im-
mortal" athletes, Bennie knows the
ropes-and will be able to manipulate
them.
Also, as another conjecture, we
venture that Wally Weber, the
other question mark on the
coaching staff, will remain in
some capacity. Announcements
confirming these hunches should
be forthcoming shortly, maybe
very shortly.
* * * *,
Varsity Votes ..1
MICHIGAN'S basketball squad se
lectedstheir all-opponent team
for the past season last week in a
special poll sponsored by The Daily.
First and second team choices were
made, with each first team vote re-
ceiving two points, second team selec-
tions one.

ownsen
Captain Breaks
All -Time Mark
With 135 Total
Jake' s 13 IPoints Smashiea
Oosterbaan'M Teii Y#o
Record Of 129 TialFles
(Coutinuc ifrom Page I)
were in the first half, they bridled
Townsend in the second stanza, per-
mitting him only one basket-a loop-
ing one handed shot put in as Mannie
Slavin, who replaced him, reported to
the scorer. Jake had written his
name indelibly inConference annal.
and stepped off the floor amid a deaf-
eniug accolade of applause and cheer-;
in .
Las-t For Fisthnia. Barclay
In three years of play Townsend
scored 364 points. and though no one
can ascertain the number of assists
he has made, the numerical propor-
tions would probably be astounding,
for he was primarily a team player
and passing was his main forte.
The Wildcat game also marked the1
end of the cage careers of Herman
Fishman and Bill Barclay. It was
Fishman's birthday and the Varsity
band honored him by singing "Happy
Birthday to You," to the accompani-
ment of a respectful cheer. Barclay,
still slightly lame from a leg injury.
played only briefly but received a
signal tribute for his gameness. The
stolid little guard contributed a long
basket in his farewell, while Barclay,
barely missed a set-up.
Nagode Leads Wildcats
Northwestern's star of the evening
was Jake Nagode, who spent a busy
forty minutes guarding Townsend
and scoring 10 points. But neither
' Nagode nor any of his teammates
could dent Michigan's defense for 15
minutes of the second half. Les Har-j

Leads
Little Iron nJt

Cagers

To 30-22

Wildcat

4

Hoytmen Seek Paul . Cameron Looks Forward
Tenth Bi Teti To Return Match With Nenesis
Indoor Crowni By NEWELL McCABE hue to fate it was Al Sapora of Il-
With a record of 33 consecutive linois.!
wins to his credit as a high school Won 7, Lost 1
SlRciious Drills Featured wrestler, Paul Cameron packed his A senior on the squad, his record I
In Final Pre atiQnl trunk, left Cresco, Iowa, and headed is similar to that of the WolverineIS.
Sfor Iowa State College. After a S- team. Dully of Coach "Billy" Thom-
b beed mester in the Corn State sciOCI, s outfit darkened his initial appear-
Canmmney" once again lifted his
Back on the home cinders after a ;t ;kes. this time comning to Ann Ar- a ce when he pin~ned him in the 1
ws t t a l rbsiug secauds of their match at1
uik-of moppingtup the luli e-Ir As a pre-college wrestler he spent z uomington. From that time on
histime working in the 115 poundIh has kept a clean slate, having
ay& atChampaign, Michigan's track- class, but in intercollegiate conmpe- taken his next seven matches, three
stens yesterday began final prepara- tition, he has wo! n the Wolverine by falls and the rest by decisions.
for the defense of their Big Ten, colors in the 126 pound division. In- Paul will end his career as a Wol-I
ind~ocr crown at Chicago, Friday and cluded in his great record at high verine -grappler this week-end when
_, urday. school "Cammey" had ,nnexedI thl he enters the Big Ten Meet at Evans-t
ote title two times, in as many? ton as Coach Keen's entry in the 126
CeCrs. pound class. With Duffy again com-
fAf as being more than satisfied with Imncdjalyi3 ;ter c'Ominflh i deUfld peting. Cameron is looking forwardj
the rzhowxin s made by his team at the tutelage of Coach Keen the low- with vengeance to a return match
I Champaign where they met all but 1 an began working as a regular on the with the Hoosier A.A.U. champion.
Iowa of tliei" nine Conference oppon- :1Varsity squad. Since the second fight
eas. of his sophomore year, he has taken
Watson Wins Shot part in every match that the local
The Wolverines breezed through at{teamhhad s
Champaign. Bill Watson was with- j Nv Md A Mathh
drawn from the 75 yard dash after Up to Saturday night both he and
placing an easy second in his trial Co-captain John Speicher were cred-
heat. Big Bill copped his usual first item dith having parti ipated in every
in the shot and placed second in the # atch sincetey josed thie rsity
broad jump, inches of first money. However, because Ohio Universit" i
Jimm Kigsly ot di hisel inI failed to bring a man of "Spike's"I
thepolemvaul asngseyclearedh13 et weight "Cammey" will be the one
the pole vault as he cleared 13 feet' senior who has taken part in every
6 inches for the first time this season. m he m-
lie was beaten by Milt Padway of I atch from the time as a memI
lie as eatn b Mit Pdwa ofberz of the Wolverine wrestling team. !
Wisconsin who topped 13 feet 10 E
inches on the third try after King'sley In his sophomore year he went to
had ticked the bar off with his hand. the finals of the Conference meet but
Elmer Gedeon and Stan Kelley " was stopped there by Willard Duffy
were split in the hurdles, Gedeon do-Iof Indiana. Last year the former
ing the highs where he tied the world- Cresco, Iowan followed the course of
record to win and Kelley running the the majority of Coach Keen's men in
lows to place second, inches behind that he found himself ahead in the
Bob Lemen of Purdue, third in the win column when it was time tohang
otdoo Cmnferce, thyerd. up his wrestling togs, six wins to
outdoor Conference last year. three defeats. Once again he met his There are many fi
- I Bad Break In Relay Waterloo in the Conference meet, and
Only bad breaks kept Michigan outj coats still in our St

Canning Is Chosen
Head Cheerleader
Michiigan's new head cheerleader
for 1938 is Rober J. Canning, '39, of
V.nawanda, N.Y.
Tn the traditional ceremony be-
;ween halves of last night's basket-
ball finale, Robert Williams, '38, of
Oak Park, Ill., the outgoing head
Theerleader, presented Canning with
the silver megaphone, symbolic of
the new position and introduced him
to the crowd.
STROH'S CARLI NG'S
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At All Dealei s
J. J. O'KANE Dist. Dial 3500
Read Daily Classified Ads

Victory

Paul t ameron, senior 126-1
pounder, has grappled in every
Wolverine meet since the second
one of his sophomore year. le
will wind up his varsity career at
the Big Ten meet in Chicago this
week-eud, making a determined bid
to capture his class title.
Cappon GoesF
To Pjincetoti
AsWiemalIAid
T as Position Of head
Basketball Coach And
Football Assistant
(Continued from Page I)
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man, a sophomore substitute, finallyj March 14,1butiwill returnto Ann
broke the ice with an overhand flip Arfch ,.but wirl return to all
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from the center.
The victory gave Michigan an even
break for the season, a .500 percent-
age, with six wins and six reverses.
Northwestern finished its season with
a record of seven victories as against
five defeats to wind up in a third
place tie with Iowa.
Shot-By-Shot

FIRST HALF

Player Shot
Voights, set-up ....
Nagode, hook ......
Beebe, long ........
Townsend, set-up
McMichael, flip,.. .
Nagode, long ......

Townsend, pivot-hook .......
Beebe, flip ..............
Townsend, foul (Vance)
Townsend, hook ............
Nagode, pot-shot ............
Fishman, long ..............
MeMichael, long ............
Townsend, hook ... ........
Rae, foul (Nagode) .........
Nagode, foul (Townsend) ....
Nagode, foul (Townsend)
Rae, foul (Currie) ...........
McMichael, 2 fouls (Beebe)

M N
..0 2
..0 4
..2 4
..4 4
..4 6
..4 8
..6 8
8 8
..9 8
.11 8
.11 10
.13 10
.13 12
.15 12
.16 12
.16 13
.16 14
.17 11
.17 16

fV o fresume Cresiec ut a
Mr. Yost has graciously granted
ne a leave of absence for the duration;
of spring practice,"' he said.
Edgar L. Walker, head coach at
Mississippi, will become end coach,l
and Charles L. Ceppi, Princeton's star]
tackle a few years back, line coach.
Cappon will succeed Kenneth E. ,
Fairman as Tiger basketball coach
next season. Fairman is withdrawing
from coaching to devote his time to
the job of graduate manager of ath-;
letics.
Fairman and Ceppi, college room-
mates, were graduated in 1934.
Princeton grads put them down as'
one of the Tiger's greatest end-tackle
teams. A medical student at Syra-
cuse, Ceppi has been helping with
freshman coaching there.
Ixpe'-s Find Flaw
In Baseball Theory
WASHINGTON, March 7.-(/P)-
Government scientists batted out the
theory today that the wallop, not
the baseball, is the major factor in
home runs.
Wheeling their mechanical home
run swatter out to Griffith Stadium,
Bureau of Standards experts loadedl
it up with American and National
League balls and aimed it at the farl
flung fences.
The very first shot was a dandy---

of the win column in the distance
medley and two mile relays. In the
former Harold Davidson handed the
stick to Ralph Schwarzkopf even. The
exchange was made on a turn and
Schwarzkopf, forgetting the fact as
he watched Davidson coming in, ran
practically in to the third row seats
before he got straightened out, in-
curring a loss which not even a 4:16
mile could make up.
In the two mile relay Bill Buchanan
collided with a finishing Indiana run-
ner and crashed to the ground. Bu-
chanan and the Michigan anchor
man, Tom Jester, were able to finish
in fourth place only by a super ef-
fort. Wes Allen ,did an encore on his
performance in the Michigan-Ohio
State meet as he tied the Buck's
great high jumper. Dave Albritton at
6 feet 5 3f8 inches.

That Happy Ending

- 11

FIRST TEAM:
Players -r
Louis Boudreau (Ill.),
Ben Stephens (Iowa),
Lewis Dehner (Ill,)
Marty Rolek (Minn.)
Fred Trenkle (N.U.)
SECOND TEAM:
Howard Powell (Wis.),
Mike McMichael (NU)
Jack Drees (Iowa,
Paul Maki (Minn.),
Ken Suesens (Iowa,

Pos. Votes

Michigan (30)
Townsend, f ..... .
Slavin, f .........
Thomas, f ........
B-rclay, f ........
Rae, c ..........
Beebe, g .........
Fishman, g ......
Pink, g .. . .. ... .
Totals ... . ....
Northwestern (22)

fg ft
5 3
.0 0
... .0 0
.0 0
1 4
3 0
1 0
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13
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2
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23
.....20
.....20
.....12
9.
6
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..... 11
,.. 2

SECOND HALE

Beebe, long-flip ...1.........
Townsend, 2 fouls (Nagode)
Rae, foul (Vance) ..........
Pink, foul (Smith) ........
Rae, flip-under .............
Pink, set-up. .........
Herman, flip ...............
Nagode, set-up .............
Rae, foul (Herman)
Townsend, long-fip .........
Herman, tip-in ...........,

..19
.21
..22
..23
..25
..27
..27
..27
..28
..30
..30

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Nine Cagers Win
Varsity 'M' Awards
Immediately following Michigan's
victory over Northwestern last night,
Coach Franklin C. Cappon an-
nonnced the award of varsity letters
to nine of cagers and reserve letters
to four.
Varsity award winners are: Capt.
John Townsend, '38, Indianapolis,
Ind.; Herm Fishman. '38, Detroit;
Leo C. Beebe, '39, Dearborn; Edmund
Thomas, '39, Ishpeming; James Rae,
'40, Toledo; William Barclay, '38,
Flint; Manuel Slavin, '38, Cleveland;
Charles Pink, '40; Detroit and Dan
Smick, '39, Hazel Park.
The following men won reserve
awards: Russell Dobson, '40, Ann Ar-
bor; Robert Palmer, '40, Grand Rap-
ids; Fred Trosko, '40, Flint and David
Wood, '40, Detroit.
German Tennis Ace Held I
For Moral Delinquency
BERLIN, March 7.--(/P)-Baron
Gotrifried Von Cramm, the world's
second ranking tennis player, re-
inained in custody tonight for exam-
ination "on suspicion of moral delin-
quencies." Authorities were reluctant
to discuss his case beyond admtiting
that he was being held for examina-
tion.
KALAMAZOO WINS
GRAND RAPIDS, March 7.-(A')
Virtually sweeping hope College offl
its feet by speed and accurate pass-
ing, Kalamazoo College won the play-
off game here tonight for the basket-
ball championship of the M.I.A.A, 44 1
to 31.
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it cleared the centerfield fence, soared IMcMichael, f ............2
over the bleachers and fell beyond Harman, f . ......... .2
the wall-the longest base hit ever Smith, f . . .............0
banged out in the American League Gerkin, f . . ..0
Park. Currie, f ............ . . 0
They came to the conclusion--that Kowalski, f ..............0
the much-talked of difference be- Melchior, f 0
tween the two big league balls is Nagode, c ................. 4
not enough to count scientifically. Vance, g...............0
1 Voights, g ...............1

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Boudreau's votes were split between
forward and guard position, but prac-
tically every player voted for him for
at least one position.
Non-conference players were not in-
eluded, but the cagers unanimously
selected Chuck Chuckovits of Toledo
and Marty Hutt of Michigan State as
the two best they'd faced all year.
* * *
DOTS AND DASHES: Herm Fish-
man's whole family was in the
stands last night, to celebrate his
birthady and watch him climax his
college basketball career. . . The
crowd was in a remarkably good
humor, too good, in fact, for the
cheerleaders, who couldn't an-
nounce their new head, Bob Canning,
for several minutes . . . Charley Pink,I
strapped up to protect a healing
charley horse, forgot all about his
injury several times in plunging
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I ijuries May Force Star
PIickster Out For Seasoll
An infection which kept Ed
"Smack" Allen, Michigan's flashy
red-headed hockey center, out of the,
line-up in the team's last two games,
may force him out for the remainder
of the season it was learned yester-
day.
Smack received a split scalp against
Western Ontario two weeks ago
which required 19 'titches to close.
Playing two games while this was
healing, he performed brilliantly. In
the third game against Michigan
Tech he was forced into the boards
and at the same time suffered anoth-
er gash two inches above the first on
his forehead which took five stitches
and aggravated the first suture.

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FINAL

Purdue . . 10
Minnesota .,.. 9
Northwestern . 7
Ohio State . . , 7
Michigan......6
Iowa..........6
Wisconsin .... 5
Indiana . ..... 4
Illinois ........4
Chicago ...... 2

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5
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.500
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.333
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511
393
407
458
403
416
439
463
428
389

J1alf-Lime score: Michigan 17,
Northwestern 16.
4 'ersonal fouls--Nagode 3, Voights
2, Vance 3, Currie 3, Kowalski, liar-
8man, Fishman, Townsend 2, Beebe;
$ Rae, Thomas.
Free throws missed--Smith 2, Na-
Sgode, Vance, Townsend 2, Beebe 2,
9 Fishman, Pink, Rae.
X01 Referee-Nick Kearns (DePauw).
5 Umpire--George Higgins (Minnea-
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