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,c THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan Hockey

Team

Easily Defeats Illinois By 8-1 Score

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L..-- 'Sy IRVIN LISAGOR

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Hitting, HurlingI
Are Stressed'
By Ray Fisher
With his entire squad on hand now
except Burt Smith who is still chas-
ing the puck around at the Coliseum,
Coach Ray Fisher and his ball club
have settled down to steady work-

Cook Is Star
For Pucksters

Townsend Is Placed
On AP All.Conference

W t CHICAGO, March 10.-()-The
With 3 oals 1938 Western Conference alstar bas~-

Wolverines Favored To Repeat
As Conference Trackmen Clash

James Scores Two Tallies
As Team Plays Without
Smack Allen At Center

Diamond Dops It. ..
WHEN sharper track dopesters are
created, they will be fashioned
after that eminent German profes-
sor, Phil Diamond. A versatile in-
dividual who once led his own dance
band at a J-Hop from a piano stool,
where he agitated the ivories with
such finesse that an RKO agent be-
seeched him to tour the circuit, Phil
Diamond now plays the piano only
occasionally, is a connossieur of
"swing" recordings and Hoyt track
teams.
So long and accurately has
Prof. Phil doped Big Ten track
meets for the Daily that it would
be a rude departure not to pre-
sent his sheet for the perusal of
the more discerning fans. The
Diamond system is roughly 'that
if you give a team the limit in
one event, knock it down a few
in doubtful events, and every-
thing will come out right. With
this in mind the prescient prof
picks the teams and individuals
to finish in the Big Ten com-
petition tomorrow as follows: .
First: Michigan-32; second: In-
diana, 31; - third: Wisconsin, 25;
fourth: Ohio State, 23; fifth: Illi-
nois, 13; sixth: Iowa, 12; seventh:
Chicago, 11; eighth: Minnesota, 5;
ninth: Northwestern, 2; tenth: Pur-
due, O.
60-Yard Dash: .1. Davenport, Chi.
2. Verran, Minn. 3. Lehmann, Ill. 4.
Allen, Ind. 5. Watson, Mich.
'700 Yard High Hurdles: 1. Gedeon,
Mich. 2. Smith, Wis. 3. Robinson;
Ill. 4. Kelley, Mich. 5. Lamb, Ia. I
440-Yard Run: Howells, O.S.U. 2.
Miller, Ind. 3. Teufel, Ia. 4. Sulz-
man, O.S.U. 5. Halcrow, Chi. or
Faulkner, Mich.
880-Yard - Run: Trutt, Ind. 2.1
Squire, O.S.U. 3. Fenske, Wis. 4.
Buchanan, Mich. or Webster, Chi.'
5. Lyle, Ia., or Jester, Mich.
One-Mile Run: 1. Fenske, Wis. 2.1
Deckard; Ind. 3. Smith, Ind. 4. Trutt,F
Ind. 5. Davidson, Mich.
Two-Mile Run: 1. Schwarzkopf,

outs every afternoon in the Field CHAMPAIGN, Ill.. March 10.-(P)
House dIc -Michigan's hockey team skated to
Batting and pitching still figure an 8-1 victory over Illinois tonight.
most prominently in the workouts It was the fourth straight loss for the
and it is on these departments that Illini.1
Fisher is concentrating most of his
attention. The Wolverines started out withl
Refuses To Predict Gib James goal just one minute af-
ter the first face-off and led all the
Queried about the strength of the way. James tallied a second time,
hitting of this year's Varsity, Coach while Cook scored three Mi.!higan
Fisher said he didn't care to say much goals. Cook replaced cent!r, Smack
as yet as he had a "lot of tinker- (alrn. injimred last week.
ing around to do with the boys yet." Joh' Whire tallied llinois' only
Fisher's system in aeveloping bat- oaf sfer two mintes of the second
ters is similarto that employed bylperiod.
most of the outstanding batting men-
tors in the game. If a man is hitting, '" skla min oand stick candlini
no matter how peculiar his batting
style may be, no attempt is made to Lineups And Summaries
alter that style in any substantial !Michigan. Illinois
way. If the batter doesn't get his E. James ......goal...... Beaumont
base knocks with any degree of regu- G. James ......l.w. ......... White
larity, then his style is corrected to Fabedlo ........r.w. ......... White
conform with what is believed by Cook..........c - ....Babbitt
Fisher to be the style best suited to cimnson ....... l.d . ............Fee
him. Smith .........r.d. ......... Berner
Dobson Shows Promise Illinois spares: Thompson, Mettler,
Most of the trouble with the Var- Slater, Fieldhouse, Hochschild, Carl-;
sity batters seems to be involved in son, Gardner, Neckrosh.
coordination and getting the wrists Michigan spares: E. Chase, W.t
out in front quickly enough to bring Chase, Hillberg, Chadwick.
the bat around in time to meet the First Period
ball squarely. 1-Michigan, G. ames (Fabello),
The pitchers are finding their main 1:00.
trouble with their curve balls. Of 2-Michigan, Cook (G. James),
all the moundsmen Coach Fisher has 7:10.
working out, Russ Dobson has shown 3-Michigan, Hillberg (Chadwick),
the best hook. 7:45. g(
Mich. 2. Deckard, Ind. 3. Benner, Penalties, none.
O.S.. 4 Meh, Ws. . SmthIndSecond Period
O.S.UJ. 4. Mehl, Wis. 5. Smith, Ind. 4-Illinois, Khite, (Fee), 2:00.
.igh Jump: 1. Albritton, O.S.U. 5-Michigan, Fabello,:11:15.
2. Allen, Mich. 3. Diefenthaler, Ill.l 6-Cook (Fabello), 18:00.
4. Best, Wis. 5. Watson; Mich. and' Penalties, Bell, Simpson 2.
others.V 1 Third Period
Pole Vault: 1. Padway, Wis. 2.! 7-Michigan, Chadwick (E. Chase),i
Kingsley, Mich. 3. Roberts, Ia., 4. 8:00.Ch
Shoemaker, Ind. 5. Gardner and 8-Michigan, G. James (Cook),I
Vierig, Wis. and Cushing, Mich. 9:30.
Shot Put: 1. Watson, Mich. 2. 9-Michigan, Cook (G. James),t
Gragg, Ill. 3. Malesch, Wis. 4. 11:40.
Schulz, Minn. 5. Townsend, Mich. Penalties, Chadwick, Berner.E
Relay: 1. O.S.U. 2. Mich. 3. Ind.
4. Iowa, 5. N.U. or Chi.
..,sn. nr Wrestlers Start T1

ketball selections, made by the
coaches for the Associated Press:
First Team Position
Jewell Young, Purdue forward
Howell Powell, Wis. forward
John Townsend, Mich. center
Ernest Andres, Ind. guard
Martin Rolek, Minn. guard
Second team: Ben Stephens, Iowa,
and James Hull, Ohio State, for-
wards; Lewis Dehner, Illinois, cen-
ter; Paul Maki, Minnesota, and James
McDonald, Ohio State, guards.
Bryant Rejoins
Natators; Ohio
State Favored
WINNETKA, Ill., March 10.-
(Special to The Daily)-Michigan's
squad of 16 natators worked out
twice today in preparation for the
trials in the Big Ten swimming meet
tomorrow afternoon and night in the
beautiful New Trier High School pool
here.
To fortify his charges, Coach Matt
Mann brought along Baker Bryant,
a letterman last year who has been
inactive this season, but who will
attempt to add an extra point in the
440-yard event and possibly anchor
the medley relay. Bryant's presence
in the quarter-mile swim will enable
Ed Hutchens to conserve his energy
for the all-important free style relay.
Although his team is in top shape,
Coach Mann, full aware of Ohiof
State's potency, declined to predict
the outcome of the meet, saying only
that he expected "a good meet." The
Buckeyes, denied the Big Ten swim
crown since the inception of Confer-
mce competition some 27 years ago;
are favored to win their first title.
Trials in all events are slated for
tomorrow, with the finals on the card
for Saturday night. Wolverine hopes
received a slight setback when it was
learned that Danny Zehr. Northwes-
tern's great backstroker, the man on
whom Michigan dependent to defeat
Ohio State's Bill Neunzig in the dor-
sal swim, will not compete in the
event,
itle Campatgn

CHICAGO, March 12.-(Special to
the Daily)-The attention of track
fandom the country over focused on
the Windy City today as an army of
spike-shod Big Ten cindermen as-
sembled here prepared to battle it
out for team and individual honors.
There was small prospect of the in-
door crown, worn for five consecutive
years by the Michigan Wolverines,
undergoing a resizing as Charlie
Hoyt's undefeated charges ruled fa-
vorites to defend their title success-
fully.
Hoosiers, Badgers Look Strong
Undismayed by Michigan's favored
spot in the pre-meet lineups, Wiscon-
sin and Indiana moved in with every
intention of giving the Wolverines a
going over, perhaps of carrying it as
far as relieving them of their title
while the smaller fry are primed to
walk off with a few individual titles.
Only three indoor titleholders sur-
vived graduation to defend their laur-
els. They are Michigan's mighty
Negro shot put star, Bill Watson; the
Ilini timber topper, Jack Robinson;
and Chuck Fenske of Wisconsin, who
twice beat Indiana's flyer, Don Lash,
for 'the gold medal in the classic
Conference mile.
Victor over world's -record holder,
Bob Osgood, in the 1937 meet, Rob-
inson is slated on the charts of many
observers to pass his hurdle crown on
to bsgood's lanky successor, Elmer
Gedeon, who outraced him at the
Illinois Relays lat week.
Watson In Sprints
The other two, Fenske and Watson,
seem to have a more tenacious grip
on their titles. Both have added events
to their repertories. Watson, the
"one man track team" has taken over
the sprint chore for the Wolverines
while Fenske added the 880 to his list
of Conference events in an effort to
garner an extra point or two for
the Badgers.
No snap, however, will be Fenske's
job of beating off Hoosier Tommie
Deckard, provided the diminutive In-
diana foot racer is in top shape. Al-
though he has carded close to 4:10
for the distance this season, Deckard
appeared far off his usual form last
week at Champaign when he was
beaten out of the mile team race it
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the mediocre time of 4:31.
The three returning champions are
not the only luminaries who will com-
pete. Included will be Michigan's
Ralph Schwarzkopf in the two-mile;
holder of the world standard in the
high jump, Dave Albritton of O.S.U.;
Wes Allen of Michigan who has tied
him twice this season; George Hal-
crow of Chicago, outdoor 440 titlist,
who has trouble on short indoor
tracks, and Milt Padway and Jimmie
Kingsley of Wisconsin and Michigan
in the pole vault.

NEW YORK, March 10.-(P)-The
parade of heavyweights will continue
across the boards at Madison Square
Garden tomorrow night with Max
Baer, former champion and Tommy
Farr, holder of the British Empire
title, the principals in the 15-round
main event.
Farr is a 5 to 7 betting choice not-
withstanding he has dropped both his
starts here. Most fight men pick him
because he beat Baer in London last
April and because he has been fight-
ing more regularly than the Cali-
fornian.

In Big Ten Preliminaries Today

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Coach Cliff Keen and his Wol-
verine grapplers will start their drive
to dethrone Illinois as Big Ten cham-
pions this afternoon as the prelim-
inaries get under way at Patten Gym-
nasium, home of the Northwestern
Wildcats.
At 118 pounds Co-Captain Speicher
of the Wolverines will be out for re-
venge over, "Two-Bit" Meyers of the
Hoosiers. The Indiana star has held
the title for the past two years. These
men will find the way to the title
a bit rough due to the appearance
of a sophomore from Minnesota
named Dale Hanson.
Thomas May Repeat
Willard Duffy also of the Hoosiers
will seek to regain the title he had
at 126 pounds in 1936. Last year
Al Sapora of Illinois was Conference
champion. Paul Cameron of Coach
Keen's men, will use all his ability
and power to take this title for him-
self.
Co-CaptainsThomas should repeat
his win of last year a-nd bring the
135 pound title back to the Wolverine
school. His greatest opposition will
come from Archie Deutschman of the
Illini. Joe Roman of Indiana should
be counted on to pick up some points
for Coach Thom.
The largest number of entries will
be in the 145 pound class. Culberson
of Minnesota, Finewald of Chicago
and Mindlin of Ohio State are favored
to take the top positions. However
Harold Nichols of the Wolverines
will be right on the heels of these
men as will Seymour Weiss of the
Hoosiers.
Danner Is Favored
Michigan's second title should come
at 155 pounds where Harland Dan-
ner will carry the Wolverine colors.
Before annexing the title the junior
will have to pass by Hudson of Ohio
State and Keller of Indiana.
John Ginay is favored to bring the
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Illini their only title of the meet when
he takes the 165 pound class without
much trouble. ;Sam Hyde of the Hoo-
siers will also be near the top. Dick
Tasch of the local matmen will also
pick up some points, but lack of
experience will be his drawback.
At 175 pounds El Valorz of the Ma-
roons should take the title, to which
he was runner up in last year's Con-
ference meet. Again a sophomore
will cause the veteran some trouble
this time coming from Don Nichols
of the Michigan men.
Leading the heavyweight class will
be Clifton Gustafson, captain of the
Minnesota team. Close behind him
comes Charles McDaniel of Indiana.
"Big Mac" of Coach Billy Thom's out-
fit was a member of the 1936 Olympic
team and also has a long list of titles
to his credit.
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