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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THUJRSDAY.

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Ralph Heikkinen Gains Place On Daily's AI-Conference
Gophers Place Hockey Team W orks Hard To Prepare For Western t
Four As King

Team
Ontario

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Daily's All-Conference Grid Selections
Fist Team Second Team
King, Minnesota..............L].. ...... Kenderdine, Indiana
Midler, Minnesota .............. LT........ Schoenbaum, Ohio State
Twedell, Minnesota ..............LG............. Zarnas, Ohio State
Wolf, Ohio State.............C . . .. Miller, Indiana
Heikkinen, Michigan ........... RG........ ....... Bell, Minnesota
Haak, Indiana ................ RT ............. Schreyer, Purdue
Kavatch, Northwestern ........RE ............. Fitzgerald, Chicago
McDonald, Ohio State ...........QB........... Vanzo, Northwestern
Isbell, Purdue ................. LH............ Heap, Northwestern
Van Every, Minnesota .......... RH ................. Kinnick, Iowa
Davis, Indiana .................FB............... Weiss, Wisconsin
HONORABLE MENTION
ENDS: Crow, Ohio State; Lannon, Iowa; Smick and Nicholson,
Michigan.
TACKLES: Cutlich and Voights, Northwestern; Siegel, Michigan;
Kaplanoff, Ohio State.
GUARDS: Brennan, Michigan; Sirtosky, Indiana; Calvano. North-
western.
CENTER: Ervin Wegner, Northwestern.
QUARTERBACK: Hamity, Chicago; Filchock, Indiana: Wasylik,
Ohio State.
HALFBACKS: Nardi, Ohio State; Sherman, Chicago; Ritchie,

Goalie Position
Still Undecided
For First Tilt
Two Full Forward Linest
Available; Sophomore
At Center Post
Moving swiftly into shape, Mich-
igan's hockey team last night went
through its third straight 90 min-
utes of hard, fast and rugged practice
this week in preparation for its first
game of the year Saturday night.
Meeting the University of Western
Ontario at the Coliseum in the sea-
son opener with only a week of
workouts to prepare them, Coach Ed-
die Lowrey again intends to work
the boys hard this evening and then
give them a well-deserved rest to-
morrow thereby hoping to bring

Starts Third Season

Collegiate Wrestling Will Enter
New Era, Tempo To Speed Up

By BUD BENJAMIN
The venerable rulemakers have tak-
en so much of the drab out of wrest-
ling this year that the sport is virtual-
ly entering a new era in its long and
stormy history.
Striking out emphatically against
stalling charges levied against it, the
wrestling heads have taken definite
steps to both step up the tempo of
the game and add audience interest.
Chief sore spot in grappling circles
during the last decade has been the
"ride." Wrestlers have been prone toI
rely so heavily on this maneuver that
they have forgotten the chief purpose
of the sport, namely to gain a fall.
Would Gain Time
In the ride, a man would get a hold
on one of his opponents or get behind
him, hang on, and thus mount up a
time advantage to give him a victory.
The result has been dull encounters
with one man struggling to free him-
self, the other hanging on desperately
to maintain his advantage. Not that
the ride is merely a brute strength
accomplishment and doesn't require
technical prowess. It demands prac-
tically as much skill to secure as a

fall, but it lacks crowd appeal-es-
sential in the success of any sport.
Now Last Nine Minutes
The new rule is simply a new en-
forcement of an old one, but it has
the teeth which the old dictum lacked.
Match time has been reduced from 10
to nine minutes. If, at the end of the
first three minutes, neither opponent
has gained an advantage, the match
is divided into two periods of three
minutes each, with each man having
opening advantage in one of the per-
iods. Last year, the division was two-
four-four.

Michigan; Matheny and Gmitro, MinnesotaJeffersono.Northwestern.
ULciaB;±AK:±1 R b OhZiLU 1ethem around to the best possible con-
FULLBACK: Rabb, Ohio State. dition that the short time allows.
Goalie Job Is Toss-up
Varsity Bas etallam e The one position on the sextet
es which is still bothering Coach Low-
Squad Scrimmages, rey is the goalie job. Although he
Kj A "ii has back last year's cage tender, Bill
Chase, it is a toss-up between Chase
Michigan's basketball team went Scand an up-and-coming sophomore,
through their first regulation scrim- rangy Eldon "Spike" James, brother
mage of the yearyesterday in a 40 appear about evenly matched and the
minute session at the Yost Field When Michigan faces off against starter will probably not be named
House. the University of Western Ontario until either tomorrow or Saturday.
Coach Franklin C. Cappon express- here Saturday night in its opening For the first time in several seasons
ed satisfaction with the drill and in- hockey game of the 1937-38 season, Michigan will have a complete second
dicated that more will be in order next Gib James, the Wolverines' veteran line to take the ice when the first
week. wing, will have two things in mind line of Johnny Fabello, Gib James
sented the first squad. Captain John i The first, of course, will be to help and Smack Allen are given a rest."
Tsendhermsad.Capain oh iwinning the initial match and his The front wall named will provide
Townsend, Herm Fishman, Leo Beebe, help should go quite a way in that plenty of speed in Fabello and James
Ed Thomas, and Jim Rae were pitted direction. The second will be to at wings while Allen, another soph-,
against a second team of Mannie Sal- 'continue thes scoring streak he start- omore, who will be at center, is a ;
yin, John Nicholson, Bill Barclay, ed last year on the Coliseum ice and tricky stick handler and a shifty
Russ Dobson, and Charley Pink, which ended only with a new Mich- skater.
Townsend consistently found the igan scoring record for a one year I Defense Again Same
range from his up position while period. The second line will include twol
Barclay showed up well from the back Record Kept Rising new names and one veteran, besides,
line of the seconds. This year will be Gib's third and an alternate. Ed Chase, who was
last year of Varsity competition and used as a spare last season will form
will see him a more improved player one of the wings while Les Hillberg,
Ohy Woman Scout if one week's practice is any criterion. a junior, but who did not play last
Playing on the first line, with Johnny year will be at the other wing. A third
In Major Leagues Fabello as the other wing and with sophomore, Evie Doran, who is a
Smack Allen at center, he should go a speedy skater, although somewhat.
Turns Philosopher long way in breaking his '37 record. erratic, will take over the center post.
Three years ago Johnny Sherf, out- The defense will once more see
standing Michigan forward who is Captain Bob Simpson and Burt Smith
McKINNEY, Tex. Nov. 24-(IP)- at their old posts. Coach Lowrey, be-E
'The major leagues' only woman scout now playing professional hockey au he has o o to te for
whiled away convalescent hours in the caused a scoring record of 43 points- cause he has no one to substitute for
hospital tonight with a little off-sea- 33 goals and 10 assists-to be en- theydefensemen, will count on their
tered in the Maize and Blue books. playing practically every minute oft
In 1936 Vic Heyliger, another grad- the game. e
"Wine, woman and song-broke, 'uate into the professional ranks did Last year both Smith and Simp-
minors and gone," cautioned Mrs. Roy :Johnny one better and boosted the son proved a fine combination inE
Largent, who sent the Chicago White top to 44 points. This went by the checking attacks before opponents
Sox Luke Appling, Zeke Bonura, boards and Gib James did the doing. could get into scoring distance.
Monte Stratton and other stars. Set New High Of 46 Is A Tougher Team
' She also discovered Art (the great) Playing in every one of the Wol- Western Ontario is reputed to have
Shires, who let a diamond career slide verine games last year, Gib com- a much tougher team this year than
to play the role of "Peck's Bad Boy." bined 25 goals and 21 assists for a they had last when the Varsity de-
The feminine scout, recently re- total of 46 markers to once again feated them in two closely fought.
turned from another ivory hunting shatter the record. The final game matches. The visitors will have had
expedition for Jimmie Dykes, is re- of last season, against Chatham A.C., the advantage of about a week of
covering from an appendicitis oper- gave him six points, the six points extra practice.
ation. She talks baseball 12 months which enabled him to set the new Michigan's chances in the openert
a year anyway, so when illness forced high. rest more or less on whether the team I
her into idleness jotted down these Saturday night, when he lines up has had enough conditioning to last.
terse warnings to the boys in the on the left side of the puck, facing through the three 20-minute periods.
major leagues: Ontario's cage he will be trying for That has been the intent of Coach
"What this country needs is more another scoring record, 'will be at- Lowrey in holding the tough drills
left-handedtchi ngr sesit tempting to break his own of 46, and that he has been holding - to bringi
left-handed pitching prospects, with will be fighting for Michigan's first the team into the best physical shape
r win of the season. as rapidly as possible.

Johnny Fabello, right winger of
Eddie Lowrey's puck chasers, will
embark on his third season of
Varsity hockey when Michigan
takes the ice Saturday night
against Western Ontario. Johnny,
one of the fastest skaters on the
squad, is from Scituate, Mass.

Promising Material For Varsity
Is Developed By Jayvee Squad

By HERB LEV y
"Well, the boys had a lot of fun
out of it, and they really did quite
well in their four game schedule,"
was Coach Ray Courtright's opinion
of the recently completed Junior Var-
sity football .season.

According to Courtright the Jay-
vee season wasn't strictly a success
because the venture did not accom-
plish its chief purpose, namely, to
develop promising sophomores who
were not quite up to Varsity standard
at present, in anticipation of future
Big Ten campaigns.
Material Was Scarce
The main handicap which con-
fronted Courtright this fall was a
shortage of material. Receiving only
eight players from Coach Kipke's
Varsity squad, he was forced to lit-
erally scour the campus for grid tal-
ent to fill out his team, and, of
course, the newcomers were mostly
boys with very limited football ex-
perience.
From the original eight, one play-
er, Jack Kinsey, fullback, was re-
called by the Varsity in mid-sea-
son. At least four others, including
Dave Gates, halfback, Herman Ule-
vitch and Jerry Belsky, guards, and
Tom Hutton, center, should merit
consideration for Varsity berths next
year by virtue of their fine show-
ing in the Jayvee games.
Benefitted More On Jayvees
However Courtright feels that this
quartet would have benefitted muchI
more had they been kept on the first
squad, seeing action in the Varsity
scrimmages and possibly occasional !
game service.4
There was but one bright spot in
the fact that the Junior Varsity was
forced to pick up outsiders to fill
out the team. Courtright thinks he

general, Ochs should be in the thick
of the fight for a position on next
year's eleven.
Jack Weiner, a burly tackle, Al
Ricketts and Tom Courtney, half-
backs, and Paul Penvenne and Chuck
Bowers, ends, are others who showed
definite promise, but could hardly
rate serious Varsity consideration at
present.
N.Y.U. Has Goat Mascot
For Game With Fordhan
NEW YORK-New York Univer-
sity can't very well use a Violet for
a mascot, but a couple of students
have found a rival for Fordham's l
Ram to display at Saturday's intra-
city game. For the sum of $18, two
Af them bought a goat, which they
named Miss Violet. They hope she
turns out to be white after a wash-
ing and they hope the game will turn
out like last year's so they canan-
nounce it was Fordhams goat they
fgot.

Absolutely no credit is given for
time advantage. The decision, in case
there is no fall, -is rendered solely
by the referee on the basis of which
man has shown in best wrestling abil-
ity in attempting to secure a fall.
Thus, merely riding an opponent is
valueless.
Would Ride To Stall
Last season, a man holding an ad-
vantage was supposed to be penalized,
unless he attempted to go for a fall,
that is if he merely "stall rode." This
year, he has to go for a fall or he
loses all chance., of winning a decision.
The old rule was not readily enforce-
able. This one will be.
In the East, where wrestling enjoys
wide popularity, the ride has not de-
generated to a stall measure and the
bouts have, consequently been a lot
more interesting. Ample proof of-this
is the fact that in the Eastern Inter-
collegiates last year, 22 falls were
registered. In the Big Ten meet only
three falls were secured.
Wrestling Coach Cliff Keen, long
an advocate of this type of measure,
is well pleased with, its passage. His
lone worry now is whether the ref-
erees will be capable of filling their
new responsibility. Whether they are
or not is conjectural, but the new
measure is well worth the risk. It's a
hypo for a sport that really deserves
a break.
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Rose Bowl Seats Are Sold Out
BERKELEY, Nov. 24.-(P) -If ever, gave 'Bama third choice, Dart-
you're planning a trip to Pasadena mouth and Pittsburgh led, and Ford-
for the Rose Bowl game, you might ham was fourth.
as well stay home.
Ted Priestley, University of Cali- CELEBRATES 50 YEARS
fornia graduate manager, said today I Notre Dame will celebrate its fiftieth
33,000 California alumni and stadium football anniversary on Saturday
script holders, each entitled to six against Southern California at South
tickets, probably would fill the Bowl's Bend.
80,000 seats New Year's day.
Speculation as to California's op-
ponent continued. Opinion here was
that Alabama will get the bid if it
fbeats Vanderbilt tomorrow. j
A postcard poll by Bill Henry, a Los!
Angeles (Times) sports editor, how-
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uncovered at least one real football
player from the lot, in the person of
Lilburn Ochs, quarterback, who
turned out to be one of the stars of
the team despite the fact that he
wasn't included in the invitational
'squad list. A fine blocker and field

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