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THE M GCHIGADAIY PAGE

Elevens

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Battle

Before

102,000 Today

Wolverines' Marks Up For Approval
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Coach Oosterbaan Will Stress
Speed In Michigan Cage Attack

JACK KASLEY

By TOM PHARES1
Bennie Oosterbaan, Michigan's new
head basketball coach, will this sea-{
son introduce to Wolverine fans an.
offensive weapon little used during
the "Townsend era"-the fast break.
For the past three years "Jake" was'
the key man in the Varsity offensive,
the team's scoring leader and the
greatest ballhandler ever to perform
for the Maize and Blue. As a pivot
man, he knew no equal when it came
to making those seemingly impossible
passes to his mates for set-up shots.
Small But Fast
But this year it's a different story.
Townsend has graduated and the
first string lineup promises to include
three men who are classed in bas-
ketball circles as small. Forwards
Charley Pink and Eddie Thomas, and
both soph candidates for the one
guard spot, Mike Sofiak and Herb
Brogan, all are well under the six
foot mark.
Oosterbaan's trump card however
is the fact that all these boys are fast
and can qualify as real sharp-shoot-
ers. Last years center, Jim Rae;

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ELMER GEDEON
1:2.8 and 100 meters in 1:9.7 at Cleve-
land on Jan. 8, over the 20-yard
course, and 100 meters in 1:8.6 over
the short course at Detroit on April
2.

TOM HAYNIE

The marks of three present Michi-
gan athletes and one'former Wolver-
ine captain will be up for approval as
American records when the A.A.U.
holds its annual convention at Wash-
ington Dec. 2, 3 and 4. All records
approved by the body will automa-
tically become American records.
Former swimming captain, Jack
Kasley, has three marks in the breast
stroke which will be considered by
the body. He swam 100 yards in

Varsity swimming captain Tom
Haynie's free-style mark of 1:24.7
for 150 yards over the 20-yard course,
also made at Cleveland on Jan. 8,
and his 1:34.7 over the shorter course
in the 150 yard medley on April 2 at
Detroit will also be up for considera-
tion.
Bill Watson, Wolverine track cap-
tain, and Elmer Gedepn, varsity
hurdler, are also slated for recogni-

BILL WATSON
tion. Watson put the s-pound shot
70 ft. % in. at Randalls Island, N.Y.j
on July 17. Gedeon's mark over six
3 ft. 6 in. hurdles on a dirt track was
made in the Conference Indoor meet
at Chicago March 12 when he won
the 70 yard high hurdles in :08.6.
Watson's 8-pound shot put mark
and Hayni's medley record, if ap-
proved, will be listed as "noteworthy
performances" as no record for these
events is listed.

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Armstrong Hammers Out Win
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, holder was unanimous by Referee
New York, Nov. 25-(P)--Geared only Arthur Donovan and the two judges,
to a forward speed that never let up, but even then some of the "gallery
Henry Armstrong did a hand carving gods" in the crowd of 15,725, who con-
job on Ceferino Garcia's face for 11 tributed to a gate of $79,931, didn't
rounds tonight and then fought back like it. Booes rang down from the
against the Filipino Flailer's closing upper deck after the verdict was an-
rush to retain his world welterweight nounced, but all, observers at the
championship by a 15-round decision. ringside decided these were unfair.
The Little Brown Bomber from The Associated Press score card
Los -Angeles, spotting his rival 12%/2 gave Armstrong nine rounds, five in
pounds in this first defense of his a row from the seventh to the elev-
147-pound crown, chopped both of enth. Garcia was credited with five,
Garcia's eyes with vicious short taking three of the last four.
swings and never gave the challenger
a chance to take the pace through-
out the entire 15 tough slugging ses- Gehringer Is First Tiger
sions. Then, in the end, Garcia, obvi- To Sign Pact For 1939
ously outpointed, threw everything
into a knockout attempt in the final DETROIT, Nov. 25-P)-Never a
four rounds that hurt the little "Ham- holdout 'during a long major league
mer" but never made him slow up career, Charles Leonard Gehringer
his terrific pace. today became the first Detroit Tiger
In the final analysis, it was this to sign a contract for 1939.
everlasting forward drive that decid- Recently returned from a Mediter-
ed the issue. Garcia tried time and ranean cruise, Gehringer dropped in
again to make Homicide Hank give on Walter O. Briggs,. Sr., owner of
ground. Buhr it didn't work. Henry the Tigers, grabbed a pen and signed
poured in all the time even with his a one-year pact.
right eye closed and Garcia's feared Gehringer is the oldest Tiger in
bola punch doing damage in the late point of service, and the contract he
sessions. accepted today was the fourteenth he
The decision in favor of the title- has signed since joining Detroit.

Strickland Wins Crown
In Squash Tournament.
Russ Strickland became the new
All-Campus squash champion when
he defeated John Fechnay, 3-0 yes-
terday in the final round of the
tourney held. at the I-M building.
In the semi-finals played earlier
this week Strickland beat Howard
Rogers, the defending title-holder,
3-1, while Fechnay whipped Robert
Bogert 3-2,
Twenty-three students entered this
year's tourney.

Lowrey's Puck
Squad Displays
A 4V
Form In Drill
Coach Eddie Lowrey's 1938 edition
of Michigan's hockey team went
through a two-hour ' practice at the
Coliseum last night in a manner
which brightened the Wolverine
hockey hopes for the coming year.
With the opening game against
McMaster University only two weeks
off, Lowrey's charges have finally be-
gun to round into shape. Last night
attention was given putting the soph-
omores through their paces and drill-
ing them on fundamentals,
Meanwhile, the probable first line
of returning lettermen continued to
polish their passing attack. EVie Dor-
an worked as playmaker at the center
spot of the first line, while George
Cooke and Al Chadwick flanked him
at either wing.
"Spike" James, colorful varsity
goalie, donned the pads for the first
time this year after being kept from
practice by an ankle injury.

back for his second year of compe-
tition, has benefited by his workouts
on the track team and is also show-
ing the speed which will keynote the
Michigan attack. Capt. Leo Beebe,
veteran guard, has shown too that he
can stand the pace.
Team To Break Fast
"Take it down fast," shouts Bennic
in practice scrimmages. "Go right
in and shoot." And his team does.
As soon as they get the ball they
break fast; that is, they either pass
to a teammate well down the floor in
enemy territory, or relay the ball
down court by a series of fast short
passes, or else one man breaks for
the basket upon seeing an opening
and dribbles clear in to take his shot.
"I like the fast game," explains
Oosterbaan who played that style of
basketball when he was an All-Con-
ference forward and leading scorer
for Michigan in 1926.
"Bven if we should not use it to a
great extent during the season, it is a
great help in getting a team in shape
and furthermore it is much easier to
slow down your offense than it is to
speed it up."
Speed Is Keynote
The men on the team who have
been practicing since the regular
drills began will testify that they are
already in better condition than they
were all last season when they had
to run less with the set play type of
offense.
It's new to them. None of the
regulars played the fast break in high
school, but they're learning every af-
ternoon. The regular daily scrim-
mage consists of two 20 minute
halves, and during each 20 minutes
it's the fast break with scarcely a let-
up.
Speed and more speed is the slo-
gan, which makes one fact certain.
If Michigan court fans are bored this
season it won't be for the lack of
action.
Blackhawks Buy Gracie
CHICAGO, Nov. 25-(P)-The Chi-
cago Blackhawks announced tonight
the outright purchase of Bob Gracie,
left wing and center, from Montreal.
'M' CLUB MEETING
All M men please attend im-'
portant meeting at Union, 8:30
p.m. Tuesday night in Room 318.

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