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December 12, 1937 - Image 5

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Puck Chasers Capture


From Brantford Sextet, 2-1

Visitors Pound
Goal As James
Makes 31 Stops
Six Shows Improvement
Over Last Week; Front
Line Works Smoothly

Frank Wins Heisman Trophy

Improved Time Name Chicago Pitcher
-ig Ten's Best Player
T rils Brightenl
Trak Outlook aymond Pot of Chicagostar hurl-

Newcomers Add Power ro
Squad; Bill Watson Wins
Dash Event

team, was named today as the Big
Ten's most valuable baseball play-
er last season by Conference coaches.
Poat, a sophomore, won six straight
victories in Big Ten competition, and
was credited with three non-Con-
ference triumphs. He allowed 23

PITTSBURGH, Dec. 11.-O")-The COLUMBUS, 0., Dec. ll.--(T)-A
Pittsburgh Hornets, scrambling for fast, aggressive Ohio State University
a position among the International- basketball team defeated Nebraska,
American-Hockey League leaders, champions of the Big Six, 42 to 31,
shutout the Providence Reds 2 to 0 here tonight in an intersectional
tonight in a bitterly fought battle. game.

(Continued f
the word. 31 sto
mis-shot from his o
to his ability.
Another James, t
igan left wing, took
fensive duties of t
ing both Wolverin
from Smack Allen
The first came1
period when Allen t
the ice, around th
toward Goalie Jack
of shooting he nea
to Gib who faked B
first counter.
Brantford Si
Michigan's second
3:59 of the last per,
tire Brantford team
net and with the Mi
in. 1F~.bello somehow
to James who easi
the strings.
Brantforcrs only
10:41 of the final
Krieger, the Leaf's s
vantage of a gener
of the Wolverine's
Puck on his stick fr
and pushed it pastC
Visitors 0
Brantford, now o
hind, opened up for
Sending four andf
ously down the ice
any good as Spikes
shot. With only 3
play Official Roy R
James off the icef
laying the game.
nothing to lose by th
their goalie with a
remainder of the
away at the Wolv
with a full six man
igan defense held an
with the visitor; st
Captain Bob Sim
Smith playing the d
broke up plays an
form than they ha
past two games.
Second Line1
Although the mai
sity second line, Ev
not dressed for the
broken metacarpal,t
wards did work w
though they were u
the third period.I
shifted to center tot
place and Al Chadw
were the wings.
Several times thro
it looked as thought:
start but the high-
and dirty looks ing
to nothing in the en

TFr ei sre ext By ROY hEATH hits and five eained runs in 48 2 3
An obviously pleased Charlie Hoyt innings of Big Ten baseball, while FOR HOME-COOKED MEALS TRY
rom Pag________________ 1)___ put the stamp of approval on the compiling 50 strikeouts.
em Page 1) pre-season showing of his Wolverine
ps including one track team after the year's last time e
wn center attested trials yesterday afternoon at the Field j r ]ea (
his time the Mich- is"Now we can go home Christmas Swin Reaches
over the main of- and feel like we have a track team 615 East William Street Sundays: 12:30 to 2
he game by seor- s coming up," said Hoyt after watching
e goals on assists .N. \ . his runners swing through the trials FourthI Round
and Johnny Fa- After winning the John W. Reisman Memoria .rophy Clint Frank, which produced marked, improve-
Yale's geat back, is shown giving his autograph to a fan. Ile also has ments in every event. , . . TO=====-=-==
late in the initial definitely stated, recently, that he will not play professional football. Quxater-Mile On Upswing C1 PIi, ..., . E -__
ook the puck down Highlighting the workout were per- Psi Upsilon Teams Vie
e defense, and in formances in the quarter mile. Con- -For -11..l -..
Box. But instead Ry o~ I a k d ~7~~~ T s71- ~ .ideed only mediocre last week, the ~ r~Lan~ni~
ty flicked it over udge a kW hizzerW hite i ames for the event took a marked foC am sh p
ox and put in the upswing yesterday as Ross Faulkner, A field of 32 teams has been reducd
irst A.J . il/ill j o ' - C'k d l Abt to four strong squads in the bi-weeklyT h
FtstB AP1W l N t6t Harvey Clarke and Waldo Ab n2io"sla h
cores Late '"fished inches apart in that order to ming tournament held at the I-M
d came after only SWrts r ters I Y7 ij~ . shade 51 secon~ds. building for the past three weeks.
od. theI ports _rPters With Pirr a eCs h "CApha autrweSigma MIC HI GAN WOLYE RI
ichigan line mixed NW-ORDe. 3.M Re- il a tsonpro ed whe muscles bulgingApaEslnanss pio r
jerked the rubber headed John Donald Budge, who 113Player Are Posted Bal Watson addeer doe ofashe ntor hi the TfourUDENChousesOERTthateCwill.
alrad fllreeroie f vetsai rth ttl ad he75 ttepoints uthat t.ST UDENT COOP ERAT IVE INC
ly whiffed it into carried the tennis torch so dazzingly For Diraft; Clint Frank led the speed crew to the tape by a help in determining the 1937-38 all-
pon aea efa h o tlt fteyeadcsv agn campus championship. The semi-
point came at fr Uncle Sam, rathe te of tb hir Refuses Pro Chalice Purucker Runs secondi nals will pit Chi Phi against 2 St.Sr
stanza when Ray in the opinion of the nation's lead- Close on Watson's heels came Norm and A.T.O. against Psi U. These two
tar wing, took ad- ing sportswriting experts. CHICAGO, Dec. 1L.--AP)-Pitts- I Purucker who can be counted on as matches will start at 7:30 p.m. Mon-
al melee in front For his championship exploits at burgh's Pirate's of the National Pro- a definite bolster to the depleted day.wil cOntlue to serve meaIs
goal, received the Wimbledon and Forest Hills, topped fessional Football League were dash roster. Running in his first race The Chi Phi-S.A.E. meet will be a
rom Jack Webster off by playing the star role in recap- awarded the right to negotiate with since he left high school, the convert- battle of free stylers. John Seamann du-ring Christmas Vacation
Goalie James. ture of .the historic Davis Cup, the ed footballer was nervous on the and Mart Peckover representing Chi
}pen Up lanky Californian received a thump- Byron "Whizzer" White, Colorado's marks, jumped the gun four times. Phi and Bob Bougle and Hank Tuttle
nly one point be- -ing majority vote in the seventh an-sensational All-American halfback ! caused runners in the heat to break for the S.A.E. house are the featured
r all it was worth- nual Associated Press sports poll. today at the annual draft meeting of once before Dr. May got them away stars. Chi Phi is also counting on 0
five men continu-hs on the sixth try. Stu Wade to win the backstroke.
Now the World's No. 1 tennis play-'the League.
they couldn't do Another gridder strengthened the Chuck Coe, Phil Haughey, and
stopped shot after er but not even mentioned in last The names of 113 players were hurdle as lanky Elmer Gedeon, Var-( Chuck Newton have been delegated
0 seconds left to Year's poll, Budge was put at the top, posted for draft, some of whom may ity flanker, ran second and third in to lead Psi U in their attempt toi
Reynolds sent Gib of the all-sports list by 28 out of 48 decide niot to prolong their football the two flights of hurdles with Bob halt the A.T.O. powerhouse and ,, P b i
for seemingly de- experts in recognition of his highly- O pen to the Public
The Leaf, with dramatic achievements. He totalled careers in the interest of financial Osgood and sophomore ace, Stan Kel- should give a good account of them-
The Lafswithleyselves. A.T.O. broke the fraternity
he action, replaced 95 points under the 3-2-1 system of gains. Conspicuously missing was eyO record fo th e hr rayrnd
wing and for the scoring for the three entries posted Yale's All-American Chint Frank, the 1937 Captain Osgood, working out another season record in the breast
game hammered by each contributor to the poll.-l only all-star eligible for the draft for the Sugar Bowl Invitational meet, stroke last Thursday irtheir last vic-
erine pay station Chief contenders for the runner- who was not selected. Frank had scissored the timbefs in 8.1 and 8.2 tory over Chi Psi. Mal Lang and Tom
line. .The Mich- up honors were those two Major stated he would not play professional to win both heats. Kelly was close Courtney, Varsity prospects, have led Meal Tickets are now on sale
id the game ended League rivals for all-around honors, football. up in the first heat but only inches the team in meets so far. Lang is aC
tl trying for the Outfielders Joe Medwick of the St. Pirates Get Matisi ' ahead of edeon. In the second heat breast stroker and Coourtney a free
Louis Cardinals and Joe Dimaggio In addition White, the Pirates Gedeon turned on the steam and Kelly styler. or the weeks beginning DeCem-
pson and Bucko of the New York Yankees. Medwick were awarded Tony Matisi, Pitts- Isuffered a sinking spell, finishing Semi-finals in the water polo tour- b 0hadI~cm e 7h
defense constantly dfinally outpointed the Yankee sopho- burgh's All-American tackle. The only a fair third. nament will also be played Mon-
d displayed finer more, 39 to 35. Cleveland Rams, baby member of the Bill Buchanan, the squad's surprise day night following the swimming
ve shown in the League, also drew two All-America 880 man, proved that his win last meets. In the first match Phi Kappa
T selections-Joe Routt, guard from week was no fluke as he nosed out Psi will tangle with A.T.O. and Phi
Works Well I'homas To Fighi Texas A. and M. and Joe Franco, Tom Jester, prize graduate from the Kappa Sigma will take on Trigon in
nstay of the Var- Fordham tackle. freshman ranks and Doug Hayes in the other battle.
Sc'hmelrno o ea xelettmfrersaof-f--
verett Doran was t Y I The other eligible All-America's excellent time for early season ef-
e game due to a were disposed as follows: Carl Hinkle, forts. RANGERS BEAT MAPLE LEAFS
the alternate for-I NEW YORK, Dec. 11.-(A--Max Vanderbilt center, Philadelphia; Le-' e Schwarzkopf Wins TORONTO, Dec. 11.-(-')-Strik-
ell together al- SEhmeling is all set to launch anotherw roy Monsky, Alabama guardk There was no trial in the two-mile, ing swiftly in the first period, the New
sed only once in in his series of campaigns for the lyn; Chuck Sweeney, Notre Dame end, giving tireless sophomore, Ralph York Rangers trounced the Toronto stm as Bcrga
Les Hillberg was world heavyweight title in a 15-round Green Bay; and Sam Chapman, Cali-'in theaarsity mie o te fis tid Hkey League game befor 11,500n
take over Doran's match with Harry Thomas, rugged fornia fullback, Washington. in the Varsity mile for the first time. Hockey League game before 11,500
ick and Ed Chase Chicago slugger, in Madison Square Players Can Apeal He was never extended as he finished fans. The defeat droped Toronto
Garden Monday night. }Ifive yards in front of Harold David- to second place in the International
ughout the battle Nwhsadt The players were given the right to son who also loafed through the whole division.
fisotiheigbit Notwithstanding that it will be his appeal to the president of the League ruetuptn norgmn o-----k D
fisticuffing might first ring appearance since he stunned in the question of contract and salary rl Wisner i ncthiagsmt.t th M E RAE C
sticking, tripping the fistic world by knocking out the i disputes. Heretofore they had no an iersityi nt she or th w l affig
general amounted present champion Joe Louis, 18 I such recourse Wayne University's brilliant sprin- in shape for the Sugar Bowl affai
nJd. months ago, "Der Schlager" was a 2 r and hurdler of last season, Al Tol-also,negotiated three flights of highs With any Typewriter, adding or other Office Mac
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