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TUESDAY, JAN. 25, 1938

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Varsity Stays Amon;
By Edging Ohio Si

gLeaders

Jim Braddock May Seven Student Boxers Will Fight
In Golden Gloves Bouts Tonight
NEW YORK, Jan. 24.-(AP)-A re-

'LINES'
w - 'y IRVIN LISAGOR -
Almost An 'Incident' .- -
COLUMBUS o., Jan. 24.-Had
Michigan scored in those last
frantic, tantalizing moments of the
Northwestern game Saturday night,
the resulant argument would have
been scalding hot and forever incon-!
solable to either Wildcat or Wolver-
ine partisans, depending upon which
side won the squabble.
Feature this setup: Northwestern
led by the slim one-point margin, 30-
29; and the clock showed a minute to
go. The timekeeper hadn't yet poised
his gun when Coach Cappon sent
Mannie Slavin dashing from the
bench. Either in downright excite-
ment, or in haste to save those pre-
cious seconds, Mannie still had his
sweat pants on when he zipped up
to the scorekeeper's desk, gesticulat-
ing wildly for time out.
The ball was out of bounds at
the time, but no one gave heed to
Mannie as the furious scramble
onthe court continued, with the
fans - by now hysterical - on
their feet screaming without dig-
nity and the Wolverines striving
desperately for a pop at that
hoop. Seconds elapsed and Ed
Thomas did get a pot at it, a long
arch from midcourt which ap-
peared true as a birdseye. The
ball banked off, seemingly per-
feet, but spun around the rjm
and then whirled out as if pro-
pelled by force.
Still, the Wolverines battled. Town-
send and Smick tipped the ball high
in. the air several times, but it would-
n't go through the rim.
By this time, even the usually im-
perturbable Cappon had dashed from
his bench over to the timer's desk,
demanding to know why time wasn't
called. Almost simultaneously, men
left the Northwestern bench, happily
waving their arms to indicate the
game was over.
Later, according to a Chicago
newspaper account of the episode,
Ade Schumacher, the timekeeper,
explained that his gun had Jam-
med, and the terrific din pre-.
vented him from attracting the
officials' attention. According to
Schumacher, the battle was
through before Thomas had tak-
en his long shot.
It would have required more
than artful explaining to con-
vince Cappy of that had Eddie's
shot been good.
Several years ago Wisconsin lost a
Big Ten title when Illinois in a simi-
lar situation scored a basket to beat
the Badgers after the gun had jam-
med and the timer had failed to get
the attention of the officials. And
the game Saturday night certainly
carried title considerations with it,
although this campaign is only half
over and as confusing as the Sino-
Japanese war.
In Old Chicago . .
CHICAGO Street Scene: A tooth-
less wretch, clothed in rags and
carrying a basket of firewood, ap-
proached unsteadily a distinguished
little man, who sure enough awaited
a street car, and berated him with
this gibberish:
Oh, so you're the mayor, huh!
Why don't you hire yourself a
hall . .. Take this box, here's my
box-and speak, you, you devil!
You think I'm drunk, huh!
I'm not drunk, I'm Democrat .. .
Ha, ha, ha ... Take your hands
out of your pocket! I got some-
thing in my pocket, too . . . You
think-."
The words hung in his throat. He
began to cough violently, a volumin-

ous, wracking cough, then reeled and
fell heavily to the street. The trolley
arrived, the distinguished little man
boarded it without glancing back.
Rising to his feet with great effort,
the wretch spat a chunk of blood
and tottered a few paces, turned in
an alleyway-out of sight.
DOTS AND DASHES-Reb Rus-
sell, bruising Wildcat fullback of sev-
eral years ago and now engaged in
making Western movies, spoke
through the P.A. during the half in
Evanston . . . He elaborated upon
campus sentiments after graduation
. . . Fred Vanzo, present fullback of
the Northwestern eleven, patrols the
press box during basketball games
... And no one gets tough, either ...
A fencing exhibition kept the Patten
Gym fans amused during the half-
time ...

Jake Scores 12l
Pace Teainm;
Bu.cke e RaIll

Points To
Halt Late!

Cagers Hold Third
(Continued from Page 1)

Even Jack Doyle I
Wouldn't Gamble
On State Tankers
By DAVID ZEITLIN
Broadway Jack Doyle New York's

turn 12-round bout between James J.
ta te , Braddock, former heavyweight cham-
pion and the Welshman, Tommy Farr,I
in Madison Square Garden April 1.
was all but signed for today.}
Griffith Seeks To Promoter Mike Jacobs said he hopes
to have the bout in the bag by Friday
Check 'Rowdvism' when Braddock is expected to decide
s to accept 35 per cent as his share of
the gate instead of the 372 per cent
CHICAGO, Jan. 25.- uP) -Maj. he is demanding.
John L. Griffith, Western Conference Farr also held out for 27%t per cent
athletic commissioner, made a plea 1-just what he got for last Friday's
today to Big Ten athletic directors to fight-instead ofuthe 20 per cent Ja-
tody o Bg en thetc dretor t Icobs offered. But Tommy who still
check 'rowdyism" that has marked! j he was the victim of a raw de-
several games this season. cision last week is so anxious for a
Congratulating the directors on , i.urn crack at Jimmy, it is not like-
their success in reducing drinking ly he'll let this difference stand in
and gambling at Big Ten football the way of the meeting.

counted thrice, the latter getting two. czar of wagerdom, the man who's got
The score was 14-8. the Yanks spending the dough they're
The Wolverine offense began to going to win in the 1938 World series1
percolate, or rather Jake went to wouldn't stake a bag of peanuts
work. With ambidextrous accuracy, against a stack of gold for Michigan
}a~~a'c thna ohs.}ha U niv ity

he hooked two baskets, paused while a nncstooa Leuiity
Charley Pink dribbled through to of Michigan's swim forces when they
push another in and Beebe got a foul, clash tomorrow night in a dual meett
then added a neat tip-in to give Mich- at East Lansing.
igan a 17-14 lead at the half. And if the good gambling senorj
Michigan came back with a furious took a peek at the record book of
rush in the final stanza as Eddie past results, he'd probably set the
Thomas laced a long shot, followed by odds at about 100 to one against theM
Rae's tip-in. Eddie got another on Spartan's chances of copping a single'
a set-up. first place.
Michigan utilized its height to ex-' - Anyhow, Not So Hot
cellent advantage, with Jake, Rae In the 10 years of Michigan State-I
and Beebe practically controlling the Michigan dual meet swim competi-
backboard play. tion, the Spartans have been as hap-
In his own bailiwick, McDonald less in the water against the Wolver-
couldn't escape with his doubtful;nesnas a school of fish would have
tactics. Referee Lane and Umpire been out of it.
Kobs spotted him elbowing and push- Two years ago Michigan State
ing Townsend thrice in the first sprinter Dick Bell, (for whom it has
period, and the scarlet-jerseyed been rumored canonization plans havel;
rough boy was extremely cautious been projected) won the 100 yardI
from that point on. free-style race in a meet against
Michigan, and with that captured the;
I fF-supreme distinction of being the only
A Return To Form j.Spartan to ever win a race againstI
Michigan.
Michigan (29) g f tp No False Modesty Here
Townsend, f ............... 5 2 12 Tomorrow night's battle will prob-
Thomas, f.... ..........2 0 4 ably be a recurrence of past meets.,
Rae, c...................3 0 6 Last year the Wolverines won by a
Fishman, g...............0 0 0 58 to 22 count. The men of Mann have
Pink, g..................1 0 2 just completed a week of strenuous
Beebe. g.................2 1 5 drills and are expected once more to'
Smick, c.................0 0 0 finish first in every race. Matt Mann
- - - expects it, and Michigan State's'
Totals...............13 3 29 coach has gone so far as to state that
Ohio State (26) g f tp he and his forces would be lucky if
Baker, f..................1 2 4 they took one first place.
Hull, f.. .. ..........4 2 10 The Wolverine lineup will be about
Sattler, c ..................0 0 0 the same as that which trounced In-
Boughner, g ............... 5 0 10 diana in the team's first meet of the
McDonald, g.... ......0 0 0 year a week ago.
Goletz, g .... .............0 0 0 Another sophomore will see action
Stafford, f................0 0 0 ( this week in the person of Eddie Mack.
Schick, c ........... ... ...1 0 2 breast-stroker whom Coach Mann will
__ test against State's breast-strokcrs.
Totals................11 4 26, The swim meet will ring down th°
Personal fouls: Thomas 2, McDon- curtain on Michigan athletic activities I
ald 3, Sattler 2, Beebe 2, Baker 2. for the semester as exams will be the
Townsend 2, Hull, Boughner. primary time-taker of the athletes for
Missed free throws: Townsend .4, the next two weeks.
Rae 3, Hull 2, Thomas. -
Score at half: Michigan 17, Ohio PAUL WANER LEADS TOURNEY
State 14. CORAL GABLES, Fla., Jan. 24.-(EP)
Referee: Frank Lane (Detroit). -Paul Waner today led the Miami
Umpire: John Kobs (Michigan Biltmore left-handed golf tourney
State). with a 78.
Ii, 'ii-

games, Major Griffith suggestedl
these same energies be turned toward
controlling overly-boisterous cage
fans.
"In some cases this year the crowds
have gotten beyond control," the
commissioner said. "I feel we have'
not done our duty in developing
sportmanlike attitudes on the part of
students and others who watch the
games."
U. High Will Hold Annual
Athletic Show Wednesday
University High School will hold its
14th annual Purple and Gold Indoor
Sport Meet at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow in
the high school gymnasium. School
will be dismissed at noon so that all
students will be able to participate.
The entire school is divided into the
Purple Team captained by William
Comstock and the Gold Team cap-
tained by Howard Treadway. Each
team will enter one group into each
of the 26 events for the boys and the
11 events for the girls.
Judges will be the faculty of the
school and the following student
teachers; Arthur Valpey, '38Ed., Mary
Jane Mueller, '38Ed., Sally Kenny,
'38Ed.. Dorothy Gardner, Ed., Robert
Campbell, '38Ed., and David Holmes,
'39Ed.

Freshman Cagers
AreExperimenting
With Novel Basket
With its objective the improvement
of the game from a spectator's view-
point, a new type of basket has been
contrived and is. now being tested
out on the freshman basketball court
in the Intramural Building.
When a ball falls through this new
type of hoop a lever at the bottom
of the basket is forced down and
causes a red light to flash. In this
way fans in the most remote corners
of the gym can tell when a score is
made without waiting for the cheers
and the scoreboard.
If this new feature proves suc-
cessful with the freshman cagers the
Varsity may soon adopt it and it may
eventually be used in all Big Ten
schools.
However several of the yearling
cagers have different ideas on the
matter. Since the new contraption
requires a metal framework to sup-
port the lighting apparatus, the mesh
cords have been done away with,
and many of the boys are complain-
ing that they miss "the old familiar
swish."

Veru arson'-s Star Pupis defeated in a close fight last year,
S To See Action In EeryIStan Cieslik. who has won four
o. I straight crowns in the open class,
Weight Class At Armory Ralph Holbrook, another former
Khamp, and Warren Hersch, Michigan
i Normal titleholder will all be back.
Tonight at the Armory. local fight;
fans will witness the opening round Tonight's elimination round will be
of the 1938 Golden Gloves Tourna- followed by the semi-finals Thurs-
ment in which seven University of day evening and the finals Thursday,
Michigan boxers will launch their ca- Feb. 3.
reers in the world of amateur fistiana.1l
The addition to the entry list of
Don Cash, husky. sophomore light I-Mort
heavyweight. gives the Michigan con-
tingent at least one representative
in each weight division from feather- Apologies to the new All-Campus
weight on up to the unlimited heavy- Twenty-One champion. Sydney Fin-
weight class. kel, '38, whose name is not Sam Singal
Are Highly Held and who won his title last Tuesday,
Bruce Beyer will do battle in the Jan. 18, by the score of 8-21, 21-15,
featherweight division, Mike Rodnick 24-20.
and Virgil Yourig are lightweights,
Sam Root is a welterweight, his The last' intramural event of the
brother Tom is a middleweight and semester will be the hockey game to-
the other University fighter will be night at 10:15 between the B.B.'s and
Ced Sweet. the Hiawatha Club . . . No more bas-
All of these boys are expected to I ketball games will be scheduled before
prove their prowess in the local tour- final examinations start . . . The J-
ney. The Root brothers especially are Hop committee will receive permis-
held in high esteem by their many sion to start decorating for the Hop
constituents. Tom, who is normally on Sunday, Feb. 6 . . . The state
a middleweight, moved up a division Y.M.C.A. volleyball tournament will
on Vern Larson's recent fight card take place at the I-M building Fri-
to take a decision over Don Cash in day and Saturday, Jan. 29 and 30
a tough bout. Brother Sam was an . . . Three courts have -been set aside
easy victor in his match on the same for the special use of badminton,
card. players each Friday afternoon from
Includes Five Champs 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. . .
Rodnick has shown great promise
in the lightweight class and Virgil) Tennis players who have an op-
Young, fast colored puncher, is a portunity to play in the mornings may
clever boxer and hard to hit. Sweet ! place their names and telephone num-
hopes to make the fans forget Don bers on the large chart on the indoor
Siegel by going places among the courts together with the hours they
heavyweights. He too was the winner can play. They, will then be notified
of his bout last week at Waterman by phone as to the times they can
Gym, defeating Bob Thalner by virtue use the courts.
of a last round rally.
The open welterweight division will
include five former tournament RI D E R
champions. George Conley, Michigan i
student, who last year won the novice Is your pen ready for exams?
welterweight title will attempt to
continue his success against the on- 302 South State Street
slaught of Miles Underhill whom he

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