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Badger Quintet
Is Overcome
By Michigan

Tad W euman Is


Princeton Uni

versity e

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Scores Six Baskets

Townsend Gets 17 Points
As He Leads Team In
Field House Game
(Continued from Page 1)
transition may be found in the re-
lease of tension which followed its
elimination from the battle for the
winning chips. Its scoring current
flowed freely, and the dam did really
break in the second half when the
boys steadily increased their 10-point
intermission margin with an un-
stoppable assault on the hoop. Jake
was even relaying long shots, which
were destined to fall short, into the
basket with clever tips. Twice he
accomplished this notable feat.
Leads Team, Attack
And Coach Bud Foster sought
vainly to halt the Varsity bombard-
ment; He substituted frequently and
changed the guards, but nothing
worked. Offensively, the Badgers
never reckoned, as indicated by the
fact that Hod Powell, Cardinal for-
ward, led his team's attack with six
points. Toward the end, they found
the Varsity defenses nigh impreg-
nable and flung shots from midcourt
with abandon.
Wisconsin used its long-range gunsl
tQ, stay within 10 points of the Wol-!
verines in the first period. Of nine
baskets from the field, six were from
a distance. Three of its four bas-;
kets in the second half were shot from
near midcourt.
Bags Four Field Goals
In the second period Michigan
started with a terrific 'rush. In seven
minutes Fishman alone bagged four
field goals. After that it was a mere
matter of Michigan and the score-
board as the Badgers infrequently in-
terrupted the Varsity scoring with a
lane shot or free throws
Testimonial to Capt. Jake's mag-1
nificent show was the loud, lingering
applause he received when substi-
tuted late in the game. The crowd
had witnessed a rare bit of basket-
ball artistry and recognized it.

Athletic Council
Makes Selection
Una imoisly
Former Michigan Coach
Will Invite Assistant,
Dickson, To Remain
PRINCETON, N.J., Feb. 21.-()-
Elton E. (Tad) Wieman, line coach
at Princeton University for a half
dozen years, tonight was named
head football coach of the Tigers.
The husky University of Michigan
product succeeds Herbert O. (Fritz)
Crisler who resigned Feb. 9 to become
head coach and assistant director of
athletics at Michigan.




Player Shot MW
Frey, long ........ ...... 0
Rae, tip-in ....... .......... 2
Rooney, foul (Thomas) ..... 2
Townsend, hook shot ....... 4
Townsend, foul (Mavis) .. . 5
Rae, 2 fouls (Frey)........7
Townsend, foul (Powell) ... 8
Powell, long ............... 8
Fishman, long ............10
Rae, tip-in ...............12
Davis, flip..............12
Rae, tip-in ... . . ....14
Davis, flip ..... ............14
Thomas, hook....... ....19
Townsend, 2 fouls (Jones) ...18
Thomas, foul (Davis) .......19
Fishman, set-up ........21

Powell, long......... .
T h~ta. c tf-ms

.0 .21:

One of the big factors in Mich-
igan's sudden reversal of form last
night in trouncing Wisconsin, 58-
29, was the showing of Herm Fish-
man who made 13 points.

Mentioned prominently among l' """'stup.... .
candidates for the job ever since R ''ne-,long -.............23
Crisler left, Wieman finally decided Bell, set-up ................23
Ito remain at Princeton after careful o sen ong . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
consideration of an offer to accom- Rae flip...............27
pany Crisler to Michigan. Rupee, flip ................27
Is Former Michigan Tackle Frey, long .. ..............27
Graduated from Michigan in 1921, Rae, foul (Rupee)..........28
Wieman was a tackle and fullback
star and a Phi Beta Kappa to boot. SECOND HALF
The length of the contract given Townsend, tipin.........
Wieman as head coach and the salary D supee, foul (Rae)..........31
terms were not revealed in the an- Fihm, fli(sie)..........33
nouncement, made by Prof. Burf - Fishman, flip-side............33
ham Dell, chairman of the University Fishnan, long............35
SFishman,hook ............37
Council on Athletics. Rooney, foul (Fishman) ...37
The salary, however, is limited by Fishman, set-up ........... 39
that of faculty members and cannot Jones, flip .................39
exceed the $8,000 received by the Powell, long .39
highest paid professors. Townsend, flip.. .. .....41
Wieman said he had made no de- Townsend, set-up.... ...43
cision concerning his staff of assist- Townend, foul (tech.) ......44
ants except that he had intended to Fishman, foul (Jones) ..45
invite all the assistant coaches who Townsend, tip-in..........47
had served under Crisler to remain Beebe, set-up .......... . ..49
in their positions. He had been ap- Jones, long ............49
pointed backfield coach under Cris- Beebe, foul (Weigandt) ....50
ler at Michigan, leaving only himself Mitchell, long............50

Varsity Swim Michigan, Gophe
Team Opposes Real Thrills I
2 Gopher' S uad Retpning from their first defeat,
2 of the semester at the hands of Wes-
3 tern Ontario Saturday night, Michi-
3 Wolverines Are Favored gan's eleven-man hockey squad yes-
To Win Over Minnesota terday started intensive training for
3 . . its all-important two-game series
3 In Minneapolis Meet with the Minnesota Gophers Thurs-
5 day and Saturday. The 2-1 score by
5 Disconsolate by the aftermath of which the Mustangs won evened up
5 defeat for the first time in nearly a the count between the two teams for
7 decade, 13 of Michigan's Vrsity the year, Michigan winning the first
0 natators will battle with Minnesota's early last semester.
9 aquatic aggregation at Minneapolis Michigan and Minesota stand one
9 tonight in an effort to get back in the apiece in their 1937-38 rivalry. At
9 victory trali. Last night the Wol- Minnesota last January the Gophers
9 verine swimmers gave an exhibition took the first tilt and Michigan
9 at the Milwaukee A.C. turned around and captured the sec-
11 ond to even things up. Last year
11 The Gophers, rapidly becoming an an oeeIhng p atya
13 adept power in the swim field, will be both teams tied for the Big Ten title,
15 headed by Rex Hudson, veteran each winning two of the four.
15 sprinter, who last year captured sec- Gophers Bring Full Squad
15 and place in the Big Ten meet. Minnesota will bring along their
, . ' entire bunch of players numbering
17 Michigan's line-up will read the 13. Of that number only five have
19 same as that which won over Yale 1erformed nupronsyes he
19 and bowed to Ohio State, except for performed in previous years for the
19 the diving event in which Hanley Golden Tide.
Staley, a senior, who took first against Leading the team will be the co-
State, and Adolph Ferstenfeld, di- captains, Loane Randall and Dick
19 minutive sophomore ace, will perform Kroll, center and defense respectively.
20 off the one meter plank. But probably the most colorful and
20 Minesona'reentimthe best known player on, the squad is
20 Minnesota's recent improvement a sophomore, John Mariucci.
20 establishes the Gopher team as a Randall, Kroll head Defense
20 dangerous foe, but it is believed that R
21 the home team will lack the strength Randall, although he is not a high
21 to cope with the Wolverine balance, scoring player is a clever stick-hand-
23 which in turn, failed to outdo Ohio ler and a good team player taking
25 State's Buckeye natators in the meet over the back checking duties. Kroll,
25 at Columbus Saturday afternoon.- _
25 Everett Doran, sophomore cen-
25 ter on the Michigan hockey team's
25 line and one of the fastest men on
27 the squad was judged scholastical-
27 ly ineligible for the remainder of J
29' the season, it was reported last
29 night. Doran, who is from Pem-
29 broke, Ont., has played in all but
29 two of the Wolve'ine's games this
29 year and had been showing con-
29 tinual improvement.
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ad coach
rs To Furnish
n Hockey Series
besides his defense duties, finds time
to score and on three occasions this
year has found the nets and has also
received an assist.
Mariucci, rated as "one of the best
ever to play collegiate hockey at the
University of Minnesota," is the
highest scorer on the team. He, too,
is a defenseman but has been able
to carry the brunt of the attack both
scoring and otherwise.
Have Strong Reserves
Ray Wallace, left wing on the first
line is said to possess quite a shot, it
being claimed he can drill a hole in
the netting from well outside the
blue line. Frank St. Vincent, labelled
"Minnesota's iron man," plays center
on both the second and third lines.
He is also a sophomore.
Kenneth Anderson, a second-year
man on the team is the fastest skater
on the squad. He finds little difficulty
in getting through the defense, rely-
ing on his deceptive skating style. Bob
Thompson, an unknown sophomore
at the start of the current season has
proved his worth by scoring three
goals and an assist.
At All Dealers
J. J. O'KANE, Dist. Dial 3500



Michigan (58) fg
Townsend, f............6
Slavin. f...... 0
Thomas, f .... .....
Trosko, f..............
Dobson, f.......... 1
Smick, c...............0
Beebe, g..............'2
Palmer, g ........0
Fishman, g..............6
Totals ...............22


ft tp
5 17
0 0
1 5
0 2
0 2
3 11
1 1
2 6
1 1
1 13
14 58



and End Coach Campbell Dickson
remaining from Crisler's staff.
Was Unanimously Recommended
The choice of the former Michi-
gan star by the Council of Athletics
came after he had been unanimously
recommended by the Football Ad-
visory Committee. The Council's vote




long ..............54
foul (Anderson) . .. .55
fou (Dupee) . ... .56
set-up ...........58

Wisconsin (29)
arooney, f .......
Eiupee, .......
lowell, f . .... .
Jones, C ....,... .
Bell, c.......
Anderson, c ...
rey, g........
Mitchell, g.....
DOavis, g.........
Weigandt, g.

fg ft
.. 1 2
. ... . .. . .1 1
3 0
2 0
1 0
0 0
2 0
0 0
-... 13 3


Half time score-Michigan 29; Wis-

All eligible second semeste



zonsin 19. also was unanimous, Professor Dell
Personal fouls--Powell 3, Davis 3, announced. No action was taken on
Frey 2, Jones 2, Dupee 3, Rooney 3, filling any of the other coaching posi-
Bell 2, Weigandt, Anderson, Beebe, tions.
Thomas 3, Rae, Fishman, Townsend. In announcing his acceptance,
Free throws missed-Jones, Dupee Wieman dwelt upon the pleasant
2, Bell, 2, Beebe, Thomas, Fishman 2; coach-player relationships he had
Rae 2, Smick 2, Slavin. enjoyed for the past six years and
Refere -- Frank Lane (Detroit); said nothing concerning definite
Umpire - John Robs (Michigan s plans. He planned no changes in
State).,I the system used by Crisler "for the
present" but said the material would
i determine any changes he might
npionship Form ;mske.
p Asks Cooperation

freshmen and sophomores wish-
ing to try out for the Daily sports
staff please report at the Student
Publications Buflding Thursday at
4:30 p.m.



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Matmen Hit Chai


In A

A clean sweep of the East!!! Thus,,
may be summarized the results of
Coach Cliff Keen's wrestling team
in their matches, this season, with
three of the outstanding mat squads
in that part of the country.
On Friday afternoon before an
overflow crowd Coach Keen's men
downed the Temple Owls to the tune,
of 36 to 0. On the following night,
before a capacity crowd of 2,900 the
Michigan delegation allowed Lehigh
University, which is usually rated
either first or second in eastern
wrestling circles, to win only one
match, while they took the remain-
der and won the meet 27 to 3. This,
is the worst defeat that the Engineers
have ever suffered.
Penn State Falls First
Earlier in the season the local
matmen pushed Penn 'State, last
year's eastern Intercollegiate champs,
around the mats and came out on
the long end of a 29 to 6 score.
Co-captain John Speicher con-
tinued his perfect record in the 118-
pound class winning at Temple by a
default and getting a referee's de-
cision over Walter Allen at Lehigh.
Danner Still Winning
Harland Danner, using his unortho-
dox method of "go out and get 'em,"
caused many cases of near heart
failure in the eastern stands when,
on the verge of being pinned him-
self, he would break lose and then
follow up by adding points to the
Wolverine's score either by virtue of a
pin or a decision. In the closing
mniutes at Temple he won a decision
over Murray Wolf at 165 pounds, and
Saturday he came back in the 155,
pound division to pin Gus Hagermani
of the Engineers.
Sophomore Don Nichols showed
himself to be one of the leading men'
of the Wolverine squad when he won
both his matches at 175 pounds by
falls. Jim Mericka and Joe Savilla
saw action only in the Temple meet
but both men came through in great
style when they each put their op-
ponents shoulder's to the mat.

his improved form when he defeated
Jack Holmgren of the Owls at 155
pounds and followed up Saturday
night by a win at 145 pounds over
Hugh Ferry of Lehigh.
Dick Tasch participated only in
the match against the Engineers butI
he came through with flying colors
when he pinned Curtis Ford, a vet-
eran, in the 165 pound class.!

In his formal announcement that
he had accepted the post, Wieman
"In accepting the invitation of
Princeton Universityto takeicharge
of its football activities, I am mindful
of the high honor and the very real
challenge that are offered. For the
honor I am deeply appreciative; the
challenge I accept with eagerness and
"I pledge my best to Princeton and
in turn I bespeak the loyal coopera-
tion and assistance of all her friends."



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