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C f,)Ay, ll-,Eill 17, 191"XI

PAGE LS

1'J TIE MICH.GAN DA-' "

7 tTiRr)At, FEI~. 1 , i~r PAGE ~A~N

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Northwetr
Hy. ScoreI
By NEWELL McCABE
{ he new semester off with
ach: Cliff Keen's wrestlers
7 il cats from Northwest-
o 6 yesterday afternoon in
._ .st Field House. .
Co-Captain John Speicher began
i.^ victor.y march at 118 pounds when
rned Joe Gluckman of the Wild-
_Tr scven minutes of the match.!
Thomas In Control
the 126 pound class Paul Cam-
'1 v' a decision over Arnie Tay -
r Nar thwestern. "Cammey" had~
roes r pin rositions on the Wilde-
4't each 1cehefailed to put his
~"eats shoulders to the mat.
C -Captain Earl Thomas had full'
control over Captain Jack De Capri o
of the visiting delegation. After threej
minutes of the match Thomas had1
pinned his rival.
Fighting for ie first tme withi the
Wolverine team, Jim Mc'Iri('ka mt Aa
hard man in Hank Tdtechler. How-
ever a body scissors and arm lock add-
ed another five points to the scor'e
when Mericka pinned the Wildcat ins
six minutes.
Heavies Trim med
At 175 Dick Tasch of the Wolver-
ines had a nip and tuck fight with
"Swiss" Joneli of the Wildcats, but,
finally came out the victor, 15 to 10.I
Due to an injury of Northwestern'sE
165 pounder_ in the MichigaOn S i"11,
fleet, threewere two heavyx oi h!t
mnatches.
Once again Michigan ('Quid not"rOde
through the upp.r-wight ca ras I
the first match Joe Savillat , fgtn
for the first time undrlC(oacvKel,
was defeated by Nick Cuttlich of thie
visitors. Tim Hird the othecr Wolver-
ine heavyweight lost to Joe Vavrus of
the Wildcats by the narrow margin
of one point.
118: Speich er {,M) ! innted (5iuck-
man (N) 7:54,
126: Cameron (MV) rdefeat ci Tay-
lor (N) 13-3.
135: Thomas (~M) piinned De┬░Caprio'
(N) 3:12'.
145: Meicka (M)1 pinned Tack-
ler (N) 5:47T
155: Nichols (M) pinned M1ler!
(N) 6:11.t
175: Tasch (M) defeated Joneli
(N) 15-10.
Heavy. Cuttlich (N) defeated Sa-
villa (M!) 3-2.
(M) ;3-2.

ASIlDE LINES

13 Swimmers
Leave ToMeet

Hoyt inert Open Season Thuirsday
Agains 'oh____ Squad
Michigan's revamped~ track team;.

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BY IRVIN LISAGOB 'F-Oii

il

rings up the curtain oan the 1938 in- , te itneeens zt il?

Press Vs. Crisler .
FRITZ CRISLER greeted the Press in the athletic offices yesterday, andl
if impressions are obvious he scored a strike in affability and tact.
Newspapermen peppered. him with assorted queries, and he answered each 1
with the proper mixture of candor and good humor. If the artful manner in
which he handled the Press-which has been militant, if not actually un-
,cruplous, in Michigan's athletic crisis-is any criterion, he will handle alum-
ni factions with diplomatic finese.
Stepping into a positioua which is jnrpoit~.dly surrounded with, strife
and discontent is no new experiece for Crisier. At botb Minnesota and
Princeton he faced reorganization problems similar to the one that con-
fronts him here. Morale was low, alu ni were on the warpath, and the
reed for a, strong man who could restore prestige was an acute one. Crislec-
salvcd the wounds with admirable success.
No one doubts that Michigan's athletic mechanismn needs a lubricant, if
ot a general overhauling. And Michigran students confidently expect Crisler
o repair the machine andI supvly renewedl impetus. To a man, they support
aim. It is regrettable, perhaps, that they have been no more than apathetic
mnlookers throughout the turbulent weeks that followed Harry KIpe's dlis-
ni siul. But the newspapers assumed the gauntlet and everyone concernezi
eemngb;-lvfojrot tIhat lhiciics. in the Tlast a.Ovw.j5is. belon* to the of iA,,,,

Miciga's arstyswimer let door season Thursday night on the
Michgans Vrsiy simmrs eftField House cinders when they meet
Ann Arbor early this morning for Michigan State.(c
New Haven, Conn., where they will The Wolverines, depending to at
meet the Yale natators WednesdayC
night in the Eli pool. great extent on sophomores, face
Coah Mtt annhasincude ona reportedly powerful State squad
Coah Mtt annhasincude onfeaturing Wilbur Greer in the sprintc
the trip roster Capt. Ed Kirar, Walde- and Harvey Woodstra, former Grand
marTomkiTomHayieEd ut-Rapids Junior College ace, in the,
chens, Harry Reike, Bob Sauer, Dave hurdles.1
Holmes, Johnny Haigh, Hal Benhaum, Opposing Greer in the 60 will bee
Jack Wolin, Adolf Ferstenfeld, BillIMihgnspwruBllWtod-
Farnsorth nd EdMack.ing double duty as a speedster anda'
ilay rtuntoigibieturns cniweightman. Practically a "sure
1laynie. Var sity free-style ace, assuresi;tig nteso hr SMl
Michigan of strength in every evenzt.I Ho use Big Ten indoor and outdoor1
With1-lanieswimingthe I ecord holder, Watson is given but
relay and the distances plus th little chance to trim Greer who fin-
-trength available in th6 persons of ished scar'cely a yard behind Sam
Kirar and Tomnski in the sprints alidi Moller in 6.3 last year when theI
Wolin and Bezihamn in the diving, [he Hoytmen crushed State 67-28.
varsityv will enter the meet as [a- Woodstra is due for more opposi-
vorites. Iion in the hurdles where Elmner Ged-
In addition 'to the free-style evex Ie~t oui Varsity end doing his first hrd-

Maraji to) overIcome
Davidson, running iris second year
of Varsity competition, should find
the going not too tough' in the mile
against State's Dick 1$rye while
Schwarzekopf, a seasoned performer
despite his sophombore standing,
will prove the class of the meet in
the two-mile where ho will tie into
K-en Waite, former IC-4A cross
country champion.

SPARTANS' LEAKY ROOF
S PSMICHIGAN
.S OS.S OSFor the " sake of th t ' files, it
should be recorded that Michigan
State's highly iitpoved cagers
beart Michigan *last Saturday
nit, 41 35. For a story's sake,
howeerit should be reported
thati the game was played under
exceedingly novel conditions; in
fact, uinder an exceedingly leaky
roof.
At times the floor became -so
slippery that Michigan was forced
either to sink or swim: And as the
score indicates, it chose to sink.

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p By EXPERT. o
Technicians

-however that my Le, those self-same students feel the author'ities chose tdixuCahManhapltyo
nan who answers "Michigan specifica t ois," a gentlemxan, a scholar, an abl excellent mreal available in the
administra tor and, a reputable coa ch.ale ack anzd breast-stroke events.
~Battle A Vatlural
Yn~c battle with the Yale swimn 'crs
If? Y Canw't a 'EmTit has been long anticipated by the Var-
sity andl Matt Maznn. Coach Bob Kip-
JjNTIL THE AMIABLE C1RISLER orients hzimxself to his new position, nxew utli'1)nmen have ridden the top of1,c
surroundings, ne-w mess relations and tactics, he will surely find his life wave in the East. while Michigan v as
3, Public affair. For example, when he arrivred in Detroit early yesterday dominated Mid-West and Nati-d
7norning, reporters and photographers hopped, aboard his train and roude Collegiate competition for mnaniy
nxto Ann Ab or with him. At 11 :15 he met the local corresponzdents, but notI years. 'The two teams have not ract
ntil he lh'adl graciously faced. a7camnera. barragv as the plxeohogts furiously spent duringtat time lt. hougcitil c have
jheir ish bulbs. snappillg hintfirst With FieldinffIT. Yosi t d Willie Ieston, ┬░dmitl,1tettemetwudb
one of Michigan's gridij'on .imxtmmetal, thenz with acssi;ats Qsocstorba in , 'l ey meet doe:,;not have the ;

ing for the. Wolverines, and Sopno-I
I more Stan Kelly, freshman record
holder, represent the Hoyt forces,
Harold Davidson and another
sophomore, Ralph Sehwarzekopf, the
"Galloping Automation," give the
Wolverine distance forces strength
Pueksters Win
Eighth Yietor
in Tet S-tarts

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'Ii ~1 x ' i-le ~u~ ' LUgeu 'n i~usa~ raction that it mlgnhinave mlast y -______
angle t. . or the year belore since Yale lostits flight wins out of Lail starts .i5 the i
hol, n he as wen ar ', Mchigan hockey team's record to-1
Tall and dlark-haairced, with. a slightly bald spot on top, Cridler, uasutally hodi lcE,' he .av,'.1 napped its long dual meet victoryj day. The eighth win came Saturday
wears ,lacses. tH6s cyes h lve a in-ewd g ii;t about thein, and his mild j string last year. However the Ekis night when the Wolverines downed
nhr bezies is rn{. i .t io32R'isa tern, disciplinarian,. Elsie Pierce Beglc,l are still a ma~jor powcr in the colic., the strong Ontario Agricultural Col-
'ialmiaging eiv'tor cl the Dly PA .inst year., Hwho}styinlt aview With him is .pub- giate sw inuning field and. the rmeet 210e esextet. at the Coliseum by a5-3
lislied on the front. a, (rep }orts thzat hea is an e.xpert at. dishintg out Zbould be a battle of "giants." soe
si zling z.invective whencFavcr a: playert steps tout I'd linec. Besides bringing the team's average
11 what may turn out before the year
One of the first que.:tmonis asked CriSleraIt hi;s press conferenice was how, he is 1 NieIL~ .m over to be the 'Varsity's best ever,
faxed as a Mici 'an iOpponent. t r -,i*~ ae game saw Michigan's red-headed
"While coaching at Minnesota," he replied, AI lost to Michigan twice. At jI Ifl i.a ~1 l '1IlU S nter, Smrak Allen, add five points
Princeton I lost to them once. So I figured if you can't beat 'em~, it' be bestI to his scoring total by figuring in
o join 'emn,"I BALTIMORE, Feb. 14-(A)-Leroy every one of the Michigan goals, He+
Someone inquired whether hie would radically alter Michigan's style ofI Weir, cf Ann Arbor. who paraded pushed in four, two un.assiasts, and
ootball, and Crisler thoughtfully pondered the question. a moment. "To my 'hrough both the Western and Mic'h- I aided in the fifth.
Smind, there are only good and bad systems. If you're winning, your system"a ~nSiahrcut ars (bJms le etwnesae
rodadMichigan hasn't done badly," he smiled. rents wi#-iin the last month w: th I off ensive honors with Smack,
s god-ndwhat. approac hed ar perfect record, last !cm ding, two assists and a goal on Al-
Crisler had an interesting cbservation, to miake on the type' of assistants I in his bid tolay for the National len's pass. Gib, and Smack are now
hec chose. "Every coach bas shortcomings," hc' began. 'I have inii&and (chamfpions~hip. Meeting Germ u xi tied at 25 points apiece.
realize them. So t try to find a staff Which will cover my shorteomings. Glidden,. defending titleholder, frojm O tntario opened the- scoring, but
My. Princetona zidq (Vv ciunlm1 zrtineau _ "tudr1 i&l~sona woil togetti i ew York, for the second year,', r Michigan came back to tally twice be-
spledidy,"went down the line in four gaiu s. fore the first period ended. .Ini the
Asked which football leaguehie considered twighest, he sm iiic and re. 15-,1-1,:-5,i-I[reon fam th.Wlviesc-
, It was the thirdc consecutive title f-orIverted three timzes to the Aggies cone
marked: "All I've found mys elf it) arc tough'" (Oliddvu, Only 'A'alley W. Pear oiln and in the last period allowed one
A Detroit repo-rter flipped open a 1938 Schedule and poilifed -out, "Myichi- 'of (gldep iever before won thri(' m arker for the visitors.
gali State, Minnesota and Ohio Stt the tir e ale Michigan four :year ill ;aStraight (,ham1pionshipsi in thie stren- Only the fine work of Clem Beaupre
row. What can- we do about that?" uous sport, Pearson turned the trick at goal for Ontario kept the Michigan'
Crider appreciated the levity of the statemzenat and countei'ed, "Well, they twice, 1915 thirough 1.917 and 1921- score down. The Michigan line missedI
23. many easy attempts primarily due to
haven't beateni us yet in '38." He added a moment later that Michigan off-timing___andoff-balanceof
would be undefeated when it meets State next fall. He was interested in .-ingadofblce
Jobn PingO, abort whom he had hrear"d little out East. INSTRUCTIONS _________________
Perhaps the happiest aim in flt fAdministration Bldg. was Athletic ;* Eeryforil cof' dancing.
Dlirect r VY(st. biuj lit_ his hand(s gleefully, appearing ro rust dcpt Open 10 to iii. terrace
erroneous 'reports of a nervous breakdown, Y0,31, pranced ;ab oltwitt a arden Studio. Wuerth
large smile on his face. He neglected his cigars o'h enfto photog- i Flor _I
rappers. To one and a1l, he shouted: "I's a great day for Meechegan." __________________

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