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SUNDAY, DEC, 5 1937
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11 MINI III
London A. C. Hands Hockey
Team First Loss Of Season 3-2
Red Wings Aurie And Smith Are lNvw I-M Schedule r
Two Biggest Little Men sIn Gae Effect Today
The winter activities schedule of Mi
By MEL FINEBERG By IRVING GERSON the Intramural Sport Building will its m
The name of Norm Smith, star De- A "natural" is a term of sport go ill to effect Sunday henil t day
troit goalie, is another which can be phraseology applied to an athlete The swimming pool will be open from er, a.
addtth evrgoiglsofwho learns easily, and performs well 3 p m. to 5 :30 p.m. the sq
added to the ever-growing list oficonsistently. Larry Aurie, ace for-3pm.o :0p.ths
Canadian-born hockey players who Iward of the Detroit Red Wings To assure tennis players that courts Co
war oftheDeroi Re Wigswill be available between the hours 2oy
have beaten smooth the rocky road to hockey club, fits into this category of 8 a.m. and 2 p.m., Assistant Direc-2'-y
fame. very well. tor Riskey announces that courts may his fi
In town for Saturday's Red Wing To hockey followers his name is be reserved by phoning or calling at leg i
practice session at the Coliseum, well known, for Larry is regarded as the office anytime after noon on Sat- prope
Smith, who has just gotten up fromte best wings in the gaetO urday. After 2 p.m. the gymnasium regai
Smtwohs1stgte pPr day. Despite his short stature, he is! will be devoted exclusively to basket-' As
a sick bed to rejoin the floundering one of the hardest going players and wibll. 21.1 s
world champions, had high praise for has clashed with the biggest during This new schedule will be effective the
the rink and hockey facilities here in his career, yet rarely has he come every Sunday except during vacation. BobC
Ann Arbor. It 'is kept up as well as omeet
Born In OntarioHl
most of the big league rinks," he Being born in northern Ontario HaBenham Fractures He
claimed, meant of course skating, for up there torn
Started Out Early they start them young. Larry esti- rm tS stront
Smith, like most Canadian puck- mated that he was about five years Hrconti
sters, learned to skate about the same old when he first donned skates. His Hal Benham, varsity diver, received
time he started to walk. The first first hockey experience was with a broken arm in an exhibition swim-
time he was on skates wa~s so hazy neighborhood pick-up teams which mmg meet Friday night at Cooley
in his mind that he said, "Oh, I don't are as common up there as football High School in Detroit.
know. I was just a little tot." or baseball groups are in the United Benham made a high dive into the
Hockey was the main theme of his States. shallow pool and was unable to pro-
ltest himself. He will lose several
life up through Toronto high school, Larry played organized amateur weeks practiceb ut will probably eal
St. Michaels College and the O.H.A. hockey, leading a team to the finals ready for the first meet.
League and finally he turned pro for the Northern Ontario Junior ds
with the Montreal Maroons where he Championship where they were de- BASKETBALL RESULTS
stayed for three years. He was farmed feated, but later he joined a squad
out to Windsor and then went to Que- which captured the Intermediate South Dakota University 23, Min-
oec city. Next he travelled west to Division Title in the same tourna- nesota 45.
St. Louis in the ill-fated American met. Marquette 32, Wisconsin 21.
League from whence, three years ago, Joined London Sextet De Paul 28, Chicago 20.
he was sold to the Detroit Red Wings In 1926 he turned professional, Waynesburg 38, Carnegie Tech 43.
where he has enjoyed phenomenalJ joining the London sextet inath
success. 1JirgteLno etti h
s Never SeiCanadian-Professional League which
Never Seriously Struck won the championship that season.
Smith is small, for his position, At the end of his first year of minor
scarcely topping 5 feet six inches, league hockey, Larry was drafted by
weighing 155 pounds stripped. He the Detroit Club which was then
carries less goalie equipment than known as the Cougars, and has re-
anyone else in the league with a mained there throughout his Major
mere 25% pounds of protection from League career.
flying pucks. Unlike most goalies he In regard to the present slump of
has never been seriously struck by his club, Larry feels that "it is just
a puck but was out last year when, one of those things."
of all things, a rival player fell on his "Boston and Toronto will probably
arm. i the championship race," Larry con-
Smith's biggest thrill came when provide our toughest opposition in
the Red Wings won their first Stan- cluded, "but we have as good a chance
ley Cup Eas anybody." AS
Inter raten ity comies fromt the sea, the gar
the table should pause n:
By BILL BLACK bridge, all potential winners in thea cardinal rule of the cuisi
After three weeks of interfrater- sprints.
nity dual swimming meets several With Jack Barrett, free styler, Hugh
teams are beginning to appear as Wagner, breast stroker, and Jim A LL
possible winner of the title held by Brown, diver, leading the way Chi
Sigma Chi for the past two years. Psi will prove strong in determining 126 EAST HURON S
Chi sAthis year's winner. They swamped
hi Psi, Alpha Tau Omega, and Sigma Phi Epsilon 40 to 21 and Kappa
Phi Delta Theta have been installed Nu, 42 to 19, in their first meets. - a aoie ncnieaino lyPiDla ha
as favorites on consideration of play Phi4 t De ta 'Aheadmts
thus far in the tournament. Each of The Phi Delts will count on their
these teams reached the quarter finals three undefeated stars to carry them
last Thursday night by defeating to number one position. Roy Heath
strong opponents. in the free style, Jim Henderson in
Noteworthy Performance the longer sprint, and Dave Hunn in
A.T.O. turned in the most note- the breast stroke and diving events six
worthy performance in trimming the have won firsts in each of their vic-
defending champions, Sigma Chi, by I torious meets.,Eighn- --
a 38 to 23 count. Mal Lang who took Since these three teams are all inEightt-r-ieirth--
the breast stroke in fast time and the upper bracket, there is a possi-
added the diving event to his credit bility of a dark horse coming through. Drop eleven,
later is the A.T.O. individual star. Trigon and Chi Phi both won their
Team strength is added by Bill Ga- . opening meet by large scores and may '
briel. Tom Courtney, and Tom Col- be the dark horse.
Forced To Withdraw
Varsity 1938 Baseball
chigan's track squad lost one of CHICAGO, Dec. 9.-( P)-The 1938
ost promising members yester- 'Michigan baseball schedule arranged
when Roy Heath, junior sprint- stodayat the Big Ten meeting is as
announced his withdrawal fromApril 19: Wisconsin at Ann Arbor.
quad. April 23-24: Illinois at Champaign.
nsidered one of the most likelyl April 29-30: Purdue at Ann Arbor.
d. men ever to enter Michigan May 7: Indiana at Ann Arbor.
rxst year here, Heath incurred a May 13-14: Ohio State at Ann Arbor.
May 26: Wisconsin at Madison.
njury which failed to mend May 27-28: Minnesota at Mnae-
erly, and he has been unable to apalis.
in his first year form.-May 20: Notre Dame at Ann Arbor.
a freshman he was clocked in. May 21: Notre Dame at South Bend.
seconds for the 220, which broke
yearling record and matched
Coller's time in the Conference
ath's injury was diagnosed as a
muscle in his leg and doctors
gly recommended that he dis-
nue all running activity.
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