JAN. 7, 1938
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
JAN. 7, 1938 PAGE
Trio Of Goals
In Last Period
Nine latmen Form Squad To Face Indiana Tomorrow Night
Shades Of Nat Hickey
Fisticuffs Feature Fourth
Win Of Season; Fabello
Scores Three Points
(Continued from Page 1)
and Allen skated in unmolested on
Gustafson, but the sharp Tech goalie
was adequate in the pinch. Through-
out the evening he kicked out 22
shots, while Spike repulsed only 12,
a credit to Michigan's defensive' play
after opening period lapses.
The short-lived battle was precipi-
tated by Doran's unintentional swipe
of his stick across McCarthy's scalp.
When Evie stepped up apparently to
apologize, judging by his expression,
the Tech center punched at him. Les
Hillberg and Burt Smith plunged in,
and in a few seconds it was all over,
with the two principals drawing
Fabello Scores Twice
Johnny Fabello, resourceful Wol-.
verine wing, amassed three points in
the final period, scoring twice and
earning an assist on Smack Allen's
second goal of the evening. With only
three minutes gone, Johnny kated
in unassisted and banged one past
Gustafson. At 11:54 he managed to
wriggle through for another shot, but
Gustafson deflected it over to Allen,
who flicked in an easy goal.
A minute later, Gib James, Allen
and Fabello combined their talents
in front of the Tech goalie, and fi-
nally, Johnny slashed the rubber disc
through the battered Gustafson for
the final tally.
Michigan 5 pos.' Mich. Tech. 2
E. James g Gustafson
Simpson d Alvord
Smith d Hascall
Fabello w Pekkala
G. James w Stack
Allen c McCarthy
.. Michigan alternates: Chase, Do-
ran, Chadwick, Hillberg.
Tech alternates: Briden, Villerr
euve, Walsh, Johnson.
Official: Paddy Farrell.
Scoring: (1) McCarthy (unassist-
ed) 10:30; (2) Allen .(unassisted)
12:08; (3) Hillberg (Doran) 13:47;
(4) Pekkala (McCarthy) 17:08.
Penalties: Hillberg, Villeneuve, 14:12;
Scoring: None. Penalties: Simp-
son, 12:33; Smith, 14:05; McCarthy,
Scoring:A(5) Fabello) unassisted)
3:00; (6) Allen (Fabello) 11:54; (7)
Fabello (James, Allen) 12:54. Penal-
ties: None ._
Aim To Repeat
Natators To Seek Four Marks
By IRVIN LISAGOR II
Absence Of Heavyweights The Press Awaits ...
To Handicap Wrestlersi THOSE IRREPRESSIBLE gentlemen of the news-writing craft, sensing
In Opening Contest a possible announcement of Michigan's new coach, will probably con-
gregate in Angell Hall this afternoon, impatiently awaiting the pleasure
Prepared to repeat last year's win- of the assembled Board of Regents. Most of them feel that if the regents
over Indiana, Coach Cliff Keen and must approve the selection they should do so within the next few days.
nine members of his wrestling squad Certainly the Messrs. Yost, Aigler and Anderson have their man inter-
ington,awhere they will encounter the viewed, at least; they may have'him ready for acceptance, pending the
strong Hoosier team in a dual meet regents' approval. We can see no reason for further delay because the
tomorrow night. new man has .a large house to get in order, and although the "roast beef"
Those selected to make the trip are season is rapidly waning, he may want to beat the bushes a bit before the
Co-captains John Speicher and Earl ;pring training siege.
Thomas, Paul Cameron. Harold Nich-_
Swimming's little red record book, I
the storehouse of the sport's most
notable aquatic achievements, will
undergo at least four alterations Sat-
urday night if a quintet of Michigan
swimmers are successful in their at-
tempts to better a quartet of Ameri-
The Wolverines will shed all wraps
at the Cleveland Athletic Club in an
exhibition meet and level their seige
guns at the 60 yard free-style mark,
the 160 yard free-style relay stan-
dard, and the 100 yard and 100 meter
Jack Kasley, butterfly bireast-
stroke specialist will put on a double
bill effort at one time by trying to
lower the existing records in the two
breast-stroke distances mentioned
above. Kasley, after he reaches the
100 yard mark will continue on for
approximately 10 more yards to make
his bid for the 100 meter mark.
Coach Mann's free-style relay quin-
tet, the same team that bettered the
world record for the 200 yard relay
distan'ce in the swim circus here in
November, will take to the water with
intentions of smashing the record for
the 160 yard event. Walt Tomski,
Ed Hutchens, Tom Haynie, and Capt.
Ed Kirar will comprise the team.
Long Walt Tomski, one of the Na-
tion's outstanding sprint stars will be
gunning for the fourth American
mark when he races in the 60 yard
free-style event. Tomski will be at-
tempting to lower a mark just two
weeks old, as Peter Fick, veteran
New York A.C. star, set a new stan-
dard in Florida recently.
HEADS ALUMNI GROUP
George Rich, who captained Michi-
gan's football team in 1928 was elect-
ed president of the Cleveland Alumni
Association during the Christmas
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ols, Harland Danner, Frank Morgan,
Don Nichols, Tim Hurd and Dick
When diminutive Eddie Thomas,
the speed merchant of the Wolver-
ne quintet, hit the East this year,
the writers saw shades of famous
Nat Hickey in his flashy play. The
junior forward will be seeking to
live up to that reputation in the two
week-end cage encounters.
For Two Tilts
In Light Drill'
Michigan Holds Advantage
Over Illinois In Reserve
Power; Team Is Fit
Coach Franklin C. Cappon eased
up on the throttle last night as he
put his cagersthrough an hour of
preliminary drill, scrimmaged each
of his three teams for 20 minutes,
and called it quits for the evening.
After Wednesday's intense session,
Cappon felt that it was time for ta-
pering in sight of the Varsity's two-
game week-end. The policy will be
continued this afternoon with scrim-
mage barred and the emphasis be-
ing placed on shot accuracy.
Illini, Buckeyes Invade j
Illinois invades the Wolverine camp
tomorrow night, and Ohio State fol-
lows on Monday. Cappon will nurse
the cagers along so as to insure top
condition for these two stiff contests.
He refused to issue a starting lineup
yesterday and indicated that there
are four possible quintets for the two
games. Bill Barclay is the odd man
in the set-up, for he may be substi-
tuted for either Herm Fishman, Leo
Beebe, or Ed Thomas, if he breaks
into the starting five at all. Capt.
John Townsend and Jimmy Rae are
Illinois Reserves Weak
Looking toward the Illinois fracas,
Cappon stated that he expects the
toughest sort of opposition. One edge
that the Wolverines do have over
their initial opponents, he pointed
out, is in the matter of reserves. Both
Barclay and Dan Smick are sure to
see action for the Wolverines and
are players of high calibre. The Il-
lini subs are vastly inferior to their
Beebe and Rae, both on the injured
list during the early part of the
week, have rounded into top shape
and seem set for both Saturday and
Varsity Whips Subs
The Varsity again took the measure
of the second and third stringers last
night. They whipped the second five
10 to 4 and topped the thirds 12 to 4
in the other twenty minute session.
Thomas led the way with eight
points in the two drills. Townsend
had six, Barclay four, and Rae and
Charley Pink, the diminutive sec-
ond string guard, led the scorers with
four field goals and a foul for nine
Ticket sales for the Illinois game
along with the expected student
crowd point to a full house, the ath-
letic office reported yesterday. Game
time is 7:30 p.m.
SUITS AND 0'COATS
With the team weak only in thej
heavyweight division Coach Keen
found it necessary to take three men
who normally wrestle in the 175
pound class. Although Tasch will
make the trip, ,there is little chance
that he will see action due to a slight
Leading the team will be Co-cap-
tains Speicher and Thomas. Last
year Speicher fought to a draw with
Indiana's "Two-Bits" Myers in the
118 pound class, while Thomas had
no trouble in winning his match at
Danner, last year's outstanding
sophomore, will represent the Wol-
verine team in the 155-pound divi-
sion, while Morgan will wrestle in the
165 pound class.
Cameron Has Tough Bout E
Cameron will be faced with his
hardest intercollegiate match when
he runs up against Willard Duffy of
the Hoosiers in the 126 pound divi-
sion. Harold Nichols, who won his
fight last year, will be out to repeat
his win at 145 pounds.
Because of the injury to Tasch, and
the inexperience of his other two men
Coach Keen was undecided as to his
starting lineup. However, Don Nich-
ols will probably wrestle in the 175,
pound class, while Hurd will repre-
sent the Wolverine delegation in the
S I-H Sports
Semi-final matches of the All-Cam-
pus Squash Tournament will be
played on the Intramural courts this
afternoon at 4:15. The two matches
will be between John Frost, 39E and
R. Norbom and between George
Sprau, '38A and Howard Rogers, '39.
In the All-Campus Handball Tour-
nament, Fritz Radford, '38 will play
the winner of the Stilson Ashe-Jerold
Benavie match and Jesse Drogin, '38
will play the winner of the Bruce
Anthony-Kenneth Bergeson match
In an intramural hockey game
Wednesday night, Theta Xi defeated
Beta Theta Pi 2 to 1.
PIRATES EYE TRADES
PITTSBURGH, Jan. 6. -(RP)-Bil
Benswanger, president of Pittsburgh's
baseball Pirates, put his prima don-
nas on the trading block today with
the calm remark he was ready to
dea] "star for star" with any club in
the National League. Benswanger in-
dicated that the Pirates would make
a deal with any club in the league
for players equal in calibre to such
men as the Waner brothers or Arky
Meanwhile, in local soft-drink parlors and among the omniscent
whisperers, the guessing game converts new followers daily. This
department learns a certain campus figure is willing to wager any
sum that Fritz Crisler, Princeton's coach, is a certainty. Still others
cling to the hunch that Gus Dorais, contrary to appearances and
despite denials, is Michigan's "Moses." Ray Morrison and George
Veenker are conjectural choices in other quarters. The three afore-
mentioned men alone know. And they won't talk ...
t Personal: To You Gate Crashers ...
IF YOU YEARN to crash the gate at either the basketball or hockey game
Saturday night, accept this warning from a party who's had distracting
experiences with the obdurate men who guard Michigan gates. In fact,
out of sheer boastfulness, we'd defy "One-Eyed" Connolly to pass his magic
on the burly, suspicious-eyed sentinels.
They are a tough lot and dispense with explanations when you're
hooked. As a freshman, we were stripped of an "M" sweater and four
precious ducats, which we tried to peddle outside the Stadium gates,
by ticket mgr. Harry Tillotson. We nervously offered proof of our
innocence, but Tillotson turned a deaf ear toward us, had us ushered
to the "cooler," where we spent a chill half hour with the calloused
professional scalpers, also confined. It was an amusing sight as they
circulated among the students in an effort to promote a crap game,
but the scholars outwitted the come-easy go-easy lads by cagily
withdrawing from the game when the stakes began to soar. The
conspiracy wound up with the nomadic fleecers rooking, not the
students, but one another . . .
A later experience further illustrates how tough it is to worm yourself
in. Last winter, assigned to cover the season's hockey finale in the absence
of other reporters, who were occupied with the Conference swimming and
wrestling meets, we ran into another snag. All other passes being in use,
we resorted to a Chicago American Annie Oakley, but because we neglected
to change the name on it, Tillotson took it away, confiscated it and left us
stranded and frothing dire epithets. We implored him to call the Daily a*i,
establish our identity, but he refused flatly. Only the mind-photo of a
worried night editor and the shudder of neglected duty caused us to pay
our way in. We had a legitimate story each time, but that doesn't matter.
So, as a friendly tip, don't slip up on your credentials during the week-end
athletic soirees ..
IDLE THOUGHT 1-How would you like to coach this team? (The posi-
e tions are arbitrary).
Boudreau, f Illinois.
Luisetti, f Stanford
Townsend, c Michigan
Young, g Purdue
Chuckovits, g Toledo
yr IDLE THOUGHT 2-Temple probably has a quintet of national cham-
d pionship calibre, judging by their recent successes against the phenomenal
Stanford five and the capable Illini team . . . Temple's first five tower in
e height as follows: Black (6-1), Shields (6-5), Bloom (6-6), Henderson (6-5),
. and Boyle (6-4) . . . Illinois' sports editor called them "skyscrapers with
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