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January 28, 1938 - Image 6

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PAGE SI THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Five University Boxers Are Winners In Golden Gloves

FRIDAY, JAN, 28, 1934
Bouts

Spectator Interest In Basketball
Be Harmed By Use Of Zone

Ma
Defence

By MEL FINLI3ERG
On Dec. 21, Michigan's basketball than a mere exhibition. It was a clash for speed on offense will be lessened.,
team encountered a defense which is between two types of flay; the block- The best way to beat a zone is byl
rapidly gaining favor in the East. c ing offense as expounded by Michi- deft ball-handling and set shots.:
The defense was the zone defense gan and the zone defense used by Neither of these two require speed in
and its exponent was the University Rochester. The contest was no true a team.
The game itself was a runaway criterion of the merits of the zone Will Slow Up Game
with the Wolverines running ram- defense however. With slower men on the floor the
pant over the Flower City boys to the R Pochester is, like many Eastern game will have less interest for the
tune of 50-29. The score might have teams, using it for the first year. But spectators. The pick-off, the quick!
been even higher had not Coach before many seasons have passed a break and the lay-up shot, the pret-
Cappy Cappon elected to give the lot more Eastern teams are going to tiest sequence in the game will be
second five some experience, abandon the man-to-man defense in eliminated. According to Nat Holman,
No Exhibition favor of the zone. one of the greatest players of all time
But the game was more important It all started last year. The East- and at present coach at C.C.N.Y., thej
ern Intercollegiate Basketball Asso- game will suffer greatly.
ciation made a simple change in the - --° ___
rules to guide officials in calling
OT $ bocking fouls on the attacking team.

STEELE STAKES TITLE CANADIANS STOP RANGERS
MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Jan. 27.-0P) MONTREAL, Jan. 27.--')-The
Middleweight Champion Freddie Montreal Canadians, skating at top
speed through three periods, ended
Steele will leave Sunday for Phila-Ithe New York Rangers' streak of six
delphia. to go into training for an games without a defeat by coming
overweight match Feb. 8 at Roches- through with a 4 to 2 victory 'in a,
ter, N.Y., and a title fight in Cleveland National Hockey league engagement
tonight. The defeat kept the Rangers
Feb. 19. Steele and his manager, from deadlocking the Boston Bruins
Eddie Miller, have been vacationing for first place in the League's Ameri-
here two weeks. can section.
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