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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 16, 1938

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TH.REE

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- 'Iy IRVIN LISAGOR---
A Non-ileliever...
EXCERPT from Stanley Wood-
ward's sports column in the New
York Herald Tribune, of Feb. 6:
"The only major football univer-
sity which hasn't a coach, or at any
rate hasn't announced that it has a
coach, is Michigan. Unless there is
a leak from official sources nothing
will be forthcoming oh this s'tua-
tion until a week from Monday.
Michigan is now having mid-year ex-
aminations and publication of theI

Veteran

Paris

Team

Here'

Tonight

Varsity Sextet
Guns For 4th
St r aiSL e a -t W i n ,'
Scoring Lead; tooke's
Return Adds Strength
With nothing more at stake than a
chance to increase their winning per-
centage the Michigan hockey players
don the padded uniforms again to-

Varsity Scoring Threat

'Michigan Daily;' the capably edited night and face-off with the Paris'
undergraduate newspaper, is sus- hockey club. The game starting at 8
pended. They never announce any- j p.m. is slated for the Coliseum.
thing at Michigan without giving the The visitors from Ontario come
'Daily' a crack at it." hre boasting no especially impressive
Why don.'t somebody tell us these record, but then, in the Ontario
things!!! Hockey Association records don't
count for very much. The Paris ros-
The classic remark after Mich- ter is filled with veterans and the
igan's quest for a coach ended game should prove to be interesting
came from Helen Douglas, Daily's Loth from a succtator's and a players
women's editor. angle.
The day the papers were inked After Ninth Win
up with news of Crisler's ap- I Michigan will be after its ninuh win
pointment, Helen was asked what and its fourth in a row. Its presery
she thought of the new coach. tatting average of .800 is high in any,
"Who?" inquired Helen, dead league and if the Varsity can con-
serious. tinue at the uresent rate a new all-
"Why, Crisler!" exclaimed her time hockey record will have been set
irritated prompter. "Haven't you for Maize and Blue sextets.
read the papers?" Smack Allen, based on the way
"Sure I have," Helen replied. he's been clicking in the last few
"But I didn't believe them." . . games, may step ahead of Gib James
* * tonight in the (eam's high-scorinu
race. Both are tied at 25 points
3 ysiery 111f Solved . . . Smack, although he has scored more
oals than Gib, receives most of his
MICIJIGAN'S "Boy meets Girl" f issfo i unn ate .c
oa-ses from his ruuning partner and
drama was partially solved yes- in that way both forwards continue to
terday when the Daily learned the keep abreast of each other.
name of the young lady .whom Coach The return of George Cooke to the
Fritz Crisler sought as a dinner guest Michigan lineup last Saturday when
at hisAnn Arbor home when he gets ie Varsity licked Ontario Agricul-
tural College, 5-3, gives the teami
She is Margaret Carlson, of added strength. Cooke, ineligible lastt
the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority, -emester, is a former regular wing and
who lives in Trumann, Ark. Mar- s considered one of the fastest, if not
garet, who told a strange gentle- the fastest members of the squad. He
man on the train, that she pre- wvill alternate between wing and cen-1
ferred Tom Hamilton, Navy lieu- fer on the second line.
tenant, as Michigan's new foot- Line-Up Remains Intact
ball 'coach, "probably because of Practice since the O.A.C. game has
his uniform," and who then ap- )cen primarily with the idea of bring-t
praised other candidates, includ- ;ng the players around to a betterc
ing Fritz Crisler, was consider - hysical condition than they showed
ably embarrassed to learn the $aturday night.
stranger was Fritz Crisler him- No changes will be made in the line-
,sclf. She says, however, that she ;ps.The front lines will include Al-
will accept his dinner invitation. c James nd JohnnyFabello.
_ t~~en, James and mhny obil,
Now if the Daily can discover the eCoke, Evvie Doran, Ed Chase, Al1
name. of the young fellow who :'hadwik, and Lees Hiiiberg. Tne de-z
thumbed a ride out of Miami during 'ense will consist of but Captain Bob
the Christmas holidays with an Simpson and Bucko Smith. Spiker
equally curious stranger, the Crislers' James will continue in the nets. 1
dinner party will be arranged. Paris will line-up with Larry Eng-f
land at. goal, Nelson Bestwick andt
John Rac. defense, Bud Kenthorne,
No Slhrpshoters . . . * center, and Benny Walker and Bob
BOUQUETS in profusion were Midgley wings.
handed Michigan's basketball The daily golf class will be held
team before the Conference season as usual this afternoon at the In-
got under way, and the experts even tramural Sports Building, and allI
placed it third in the nation's rat- students interested are invited to
ing. The boys themselves believed attend. There is no charge for
they had the goods. tsa
Ukheske Alessonsfl (Andt .J the ar en to

Cagers Work Spartans Expect
Hard To Snap Real Test Iti
Losin gStreak By ROY HEATH
Michigan's tracksters open their
1938 indoor campaign Thursday
Faulty Teamwork, Shot night when they play host to the
Inaccuracy Resp oIsible Spartans from East Lansing. For
a number of reasons it should be
For Present Slump an interesting evening, both for the
teams involved and the cash clients.
Disgruntled over their surprise Iowa Heading the list of reasons is the
defeat, Michigan's basketball team fact that Michigan State has a
drilled strenuously last night in an chance, albeit a slim one, to wind upj
on the long end of the score. This isI
effort to snap their two-game losing somewhat of an improvement over
streak and return to predicted form. the last two years when the Spar-
It was a nettled and somewhat dis- tans were given no chance at all toI
consolate band of Wolverines that win and didn't. In fact, they were
took the Field House floor last night. trampled by scores that compared
Their chiampionship hopes were vir- favorably to the lacings their grid,
tually blasted by the Hawkeye loss. machines dealt Michigan.I
fsbw ltWoodstra ToughI
Their play has been spotted by faulty No dyed-in-the-wool Wolverine
teamwork as well as listlessness. I track fan will admit that State has
Here's What Happened a look in but Coach Charlie Hoyt will.
What happened Monday night? Charlie isn't just exactly a fan.
Briefly and in order of importance Says Charlie: "This state team is
here's Cappon's story of the Michigan no soft touch. It will be a track meet{
loss: not a slaughter. They have the same
1. Michigan could not hit from team they had last year (the one
outside the foul line. that Michigan beat 67-28) plus some
2. Iowa could and did; the Hawk- valuable additions and another year
2.s pyd consistently good Hawk- of competition. They will be a real
eyesplaed cnsitenty god bll. test."
3. The Wolverines used five indi- The chief "vaxaable addition" to
viduals, but rarely did they play as a the Spartan cinder forces is Harvey
team- Woodstra. Mr. Woodstra is some-
The Michigan shot inaccuracy is thing of a hurdler having come to
convincingly shown by the statistics the green fields of East Lansing via
of the game. 60 shots were taken Grand Rapids Junior College where;
from the floor; eight were made.
Plays Fail To Click ,
The Wolverines played together 'd eis 1 1C ( IAS1
only at brief intervals. Plays were nr
started but the key men either lagged For Two Matches
or failed completely to carry out theirI_
I end. The locals followed their shotsIHoping to take Temple and Lehigh
lethargically, they missed repeatedly in a manner similar to the way in
from under the basket as well as from which they downed Penn State,
outside, and they lacked alertness on IlCoach Cliff Keen sent his Wolverine
defensery Cwrestlers through a hard workout
Yesterday Cappon had Townsend, esterday in preparation for their
Jim Rae, Herm Fishman, Leo Beebe, Eastern invasion this Friday and
and Fred Trosko on his first five. Saturday
Trosko replaced Ed Thomas who is At present, as in all previo's meets,
suffering from a shoulder injury, t proeta t Coh Kees
while Dan Smick played in Town- one problem that Coach Keen is
send's spot most of the afternoon. forced to solve is the question of
Jake incurred a hip bruise Monday whom to use in the upper weight
night and is resting the injury, divisions. Sophomore Don Nichols

ed To Furnish
First Track Meet
he put in two years of first class'
timber topping.,
In the past two years he has been
runner up in the Michigan State In-
ter-collegiate meet to Wayne's crack'
high and low hurdler, Allen Tolmich,
who lately chalked up a decision over
Spec Towns of Georgia.
'Gone Ducks'
Practically "gone duck" are Mich-
igan sprinters against State's Wil-
bur Greer. In the absence of Alan
Smith who will not see action Thurs-
day due to illness, the brunt of the
sprint chores will fall to Big Bill
Watson, Norm Purucker, and one or
Ithe other of the Culver twins (the
, two guys there ain't but one of).
Watson will be the best Mich;an
bet but that will be none too good.
While Big Bill will probably shatter
his own 50 fet 5 inch Field House rec-
ord in the shot, he is hard pressed to
better 6.5 seconds for the 60 and
Greer is capable of 6.3 without a deep
breath.
ALTES
THE BEER IN THE GREI

Swimmers
Bulldogs

(Continued from Page 1)
Capt. Kirar and Walt Tomski are al-
most certain to wind up on top in tbe
sprint races and Tom Haynie can be
relied on for the distance grinds. Bill
Farnsworth and Ed Hutchens, already
tabbed the "iron man" of the team,
are also expected to show up well in
the sprint events.
The meet is a "natural" and the
eyes of all swim followers will be fo-
cused on the outcome of the clash to-
night.
All candidates for Varsity base-
ball team are requested to report
to Coach Ray Fisher this week to
sign up for practice which will
start March 1.
Phone 3205
Groceries - Beer - Wine
STy4s Service Market
1 '420 Miller Ave.

Encounter
In East Today

Playing his first year of Varsity
hockey, Ed "Smack" Allen, above,
is rapidly becoming one of the out-
stauding -players on the Michigan1
team. le hails from Niagara Falls,
Ont., where he gained his exper-
ience.
Dehiwnr Still Lead's
CpDfreiice Scorers
Wit108 Markers
The Confer ence scoring race, which
has led a more or less anemic ex-1
istence these last few weeks, con-
tinued with renewed force this last
week-end with Pick Dehner of Illinois
still leading the parade.
The Illini ace has a record of 108
points in the seven games that his-
team has played. This total is only 131
better than second place Ben Steph-
ens of Iowa. However, Dehner missed;
the Purdue-Illinois fracas a week ago!
due to ineligiblity.
,Jewell Young, last year leader and
present Conference record holder is
only in fifth place. But figured on a
basis of averages he is in second with
12.3 points per game.
Jake Townsend, Michigan's lone
representative in the top ranks this
year, is in eighth position, with 76
markers and a seven game average of
10.9 points. Strong point in his fight
for scoring honors is his ability from
the charity toss line, as was proven
Monday night against Iowa.
THE BIG TEN'S BIG TEN
Including games of Feb. 14.
b f p t gp av.
Dehner, Ill. ....42 24 13 108 7 15.4
Stephens, Ia....5 25 15 95 8 11.9
Hull, O.......40 13 14 93 8 11.6
Powell, Wis. ....36 18 14 90 8 11.2
Young, Pur...,.32 22 11 86 7 12.3
Andres, Ind....32 16 16 80 7 11.4
Rooney, Wis. . . .29 21 17 79 8 9.9
Townsend, l[. .26 24 14 76 7 10.9
Anderson, Pur. . .27 10 14 64 7 9.1
Lounsbury, Chi. .25 11 11 61 7 8.7
Legend: b, baskets; f, free throws;
p, personal fouls; t, total points; gp,
games played; av. points per game.

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Football players please report to
me to leave a class program for'
the second semester. Will those
players who did not register at the
football meeting please do so at
my office.
W. J. Weber.

has proven himself to be the greatest
potential winner so far by virtue of
his clean slate this season.
Co-captains John Speicher at 118!
pounds and Earl Thomas in the 135
pound division are counted on as al-
most sure winners in their respective
weight classes. So far this season
Speicher has a perfect record win-
ning all his matches by pins.

Today Michigan is a poor
fourth and the reason a strange
one. Bill Barclay's injury cer-
tainly didn't help, but it should
not have portended an ultimate
f:asco. It seems that Capt. Jake
Townsend can't work his pivot
magie because of a total lack of
maneuvering underneath the
basket. And when a defense drops
back to handcuff Jake, the Var-
sity offense goes blooey.
One remedy which Coach Cappot
has unsuccess fully sought all season
is a rmn who can stand a few feet
beyond the free thr'ow circle and
pop them in with fair consistency.
That would draw opposing defenses
out and relieve the congestion around
Jake. As yet no' sharpshooter has
appeared. Ed Thomas, Leo Beebe,
Hfer m Fishmanm, Charley Pink and
Russ Dobson have tried in turn, to no
avail. Dobson, in practice, gets hot-
ter than a blue flame, but lacks that
fire and assurance in a game.
FOUNTAIN
PE NSC and
PENCILS

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UIUQ 1lNW1") lm ~lly U Cviip1
all students and faculty member:;.
Also, members of the Varsity Golf
squad should plan to see me today
between the hours of 2 to 4:30 at
the LM building.
Coach Ray Courtright.

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