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January 28, 1939 - Image 3

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uttting Capers . .
PEAKING of hockey-as this de-
partment is occasionally prone to
-may I recommend the following
lstar affair as a post-examination
Some time after exams, before the
clted eyes of their families, their
-l friends, and four rink rats, Fritz
Isler's 23 Skidoos and Archie Ko-
>s' Murderers Row will tangle in
Coliseum hockey duel. Arrange-
nts have been made, health serv-
facilities have been reserved, and
e game apparently can't help but
as wild as one of those mass wrest-
g bouts.
The coaches are primed. They
hiave oiled their skates, borrowed
a, few football helmets from Hank
hatch, who will not play, and
Insist that "it's a grudge battle"
The players, all of them gridders,
e at present too absorbed with
ademic pursuits to worry much
out the engagement although one
them, who obviously prefers to re-
dn unnamed, declared that "we'll
>lder 'em."
Perhaps memories of cold Novem-
r afternoons with three hour prac-
es and then a topper of nine
,gths of the field to get "loosened
will spur the gridders to new
ights. And then maybe they'll just
along on the asumption that it's
ly a game anyway, and why an-
gonize a bunch of fellows who are
und to get the final say in the long
Crisler's lineup is star-studded.
Flying Fritz will hold down a
wing post along with Killer Ken
olherty, who declares that hock-
ey is merely a refined form of
tralk on skates. At center will be
Muscle Man Martineau, who
elaims that he has turned down
several major league offers "po-
ferng football."
The defense is as dainty and mild
Tqny Galento after a glass of
ilk. Waldemar "Turk" Weber, an
Ldie Shore with a mad on, will ade-
ately fill one defense post while
b mate will be that gay impressario
arence Munn, a clever little tot 'of
ae 200 pounds who played a bit of
-American guard for Minnesota.
Tfe goalie has not been chosen as
' although those close to the ath-
I building report-that it will e
ry Weir, providing he can use his
inis racket to brush away those
'ing pucks. Weir tells us that he
s no desire to place hissframe in
54t ;of the goal, and instead will
a4d to the side, stopping enemy
ots with a "flat forehand."
"Of course," adds Weir, "should
we go to a lead, as we undoubted-
ly shall, I intend to switch to the
other side of the cage and show
those lugs a real backhand."
charley Hoyt, Ray Fisher, and Matt
pnn are, as yet, undecided as to the
1Visability of mixl~ with such
uthful talent. Fishr insists that
he is allowed to throw the puck
stead of sweep it with a hockey
lk, he will reconsider. Hoyt and
son are dickering for timekeepers
Ray Courtright and Bennie loos-
baan are listed as spares on the
nt line while Cliff Keen, Fort
binson, and Jot Townsend may
lp the coaches' slight defense. Keen

ends to employ a half nelson and
reverse armlock on any player who
is rambunctious.
For the football team, I find a
rness of ability which I shall take
the liberty of placing. Capt. Ko-
dros will be in the goal, although
the coaches have hinted that he
will be forced to stand side-ways
to even up things. "Who can push
one past that wide guy," corn-
plained one of them.
There is an abundance of defense-

Schwarzkopf Paces Varsity's
Formidable Distance Runners

I-M Offers
Host Of lNovel

eet With Yale May Determine
East-West Swimming Supremacy


dZ~it32-'l t.tcT h~i- i'the' fifth in izpf a^ a Sphcir'ae~ra
riesof ariclesdiscslng t ;z'
p, o for he ig a icrtiG ai 4aw -; C bLt the uOre Ttabl are: an
which will be defending it fEia Ten upset victory over Don Lash in the
Indoor title this winter. Today-the
distance runs.) s Penn Relays two-mile; third in the
By DICK SIER K two-mile at the Indoor Conference
New York City will get a preview eet and secoNation A. tdoeoe;
of the number one Michigan distance andra nwhetatal.A..rernt
and a new state A.A.U. record in the
runner when Ralph Schwarzkopf goes mile.
East to compete in the two-:rle event Wisner Also Switches
at the Millrose A.A. games, Feb. 4.be As Karl Wisner, like Schwarzkopf,
But in Schwarzkopf they will' be can switch from the mile to the two-
seeing only one unit of a strong Wol- mile and vice versa, it is quite prob-
able that Coach Hoyt will switch the
two men about as points are needed.
Wisner, a sophomore, has shown4
nrat form in time trials and can be
}., counted on to break 4:20 ins the mile.
Miler Harold Davidson is making
a comeback this winter after a
iather dismal outdoor season in 1938.
Davidson was sufferinig from sore legs
all spring and didn't show the stuff
on the outdoor tracks that brought
S -him home third in the Indoor Big
Ten meet last year. "Hod" appearsl
to have regained his form and will
v ~ put in a serious bid for Conference
honors this year.
Of the new-comers from Ken Doh-
erty's frosh squad, Ed Barnett and
Jack Dobson have a lot of possibili-
- ties according to Coach Hoyt. Dob-
son is a probable starter in the mile
while Barnett looks better over the
longer two-mile route.{
Round Out Squad
Brad Heyl, a junior, and Art Cline,
a isecond-year man, round out the
squad. Heyl ran the two-mile last
year and probably will stick in that
grind while Cline, who was a half-
miler as a freshman, appears at
present to be ready for no more than
the mile.
AVleast two good distance races in-
doors are in store for Wolverine fans
__with Schwarzkopf meeting All-Ameri-
RALPH SCHWARTZKOPF. can two-miler Dick Frey of Michi-
.LEADS DISTANC-MEN gan State Feb. 14, and National A.A.U.
champ Greg Rice of Notre Dame. The
Irish will invade the Field House
verine distance squad. Besides "Ram- Feb. 24.

o { Ie nn 7aplc uuic W4er Et for the first , °w s in a diual ixet a v;eei:^ ago andt
i Cd.in its swiming history and Tale has been trampiing all Eastern
10- t Michigan Felb. 11, the title of competition underfoot. The Blue has
Necatos, Codehall Included the drama mignt weu1 be "A swim- won all of its 10 meets this year with-
9 ming revival or a beginning of a new out encountering serious difficulty.
In Department's Varied era." Yale this year is a team with bal-
- Athlet ProgramIf the meeting between the Michi- ance. It has no national champion
gan and Yale swimming teams had but it has strength in every division.
By DON WIRTGIIAF'ERconm three years ago, it would have As Matt Mann 'says, "Yale will al-
B;uled the proportions in swimming ways be strong. They get too much
Did you ever hear of necatos? as a world series, good material to be anything but
Nope, it's not a bit of Greek pro- Three years ago Yale was the colos- dangerous."
fanity. Not even one of Franco's sus of the East and Michigan was the All seats for the meet will be re-
strongholds in Spain. Nor a new paladin of the West. Moving in their served. Students with identification
creation of the Sinister Six. It's own circles, never meeting each other card and 40 cents may get their tick-
just one of the 20' sports in which in a dual meet, the two schools were, ets at the Administration Building
the I-M department offers instrue- year in and year out, considered the around Feb. 1. Pool-side seats, also
tion. best in their respective districts. Yale to be reserved, will be available for
Played On handball COU'1 went almost a decade without losing the flat $1.10 for both students and
More explicitly necatos is a game a dual meet, They ran up a con- general admission.
played on a haidball court, with' a secutive victory string of over tio --
tennis ball, and by means of a scoop win.


U.S.G.A. Amateur
Policy Applauded
IAMI BACE, Fia Jan 2-(
-JohTi cher- fvr,.er -dchger.
golfer, applauded the United States
Golf Association today for drawing
a strict line between amateurs and
professionals and said its rulings were
entirely justified mtoeprevent the
simn-pure links game from "be-
coming the sham that amateur tennis
The National Amateur Champion
of 1936 was discussing a recent warn-.
ing of the U.S.G.A. to touring women
players not to accept reduced hotel
rates, traveling expenses or other
favors from resorts staging tourna-
Train for DEFINITE
Where All Graduates
Have Been Placed.
William at State Ph. 7831
SRead Daily Classified Ads

that looks like a smnall e(dition of
a jai-lal crease. For further infor-
mation stop in at the I-M building
sometime and have Assistant Director
Earl Riskey give you lessons on the
finer points of the game. That is one
of the many gratis services that the
I-M department offers.
Codeball is another one of those
fancy games that is taught there.
This sport might be called the h'and-!
less handball since it is played on
a handball court without the use of,
the hands. Johnny Johnstone, former
Varsity tennis coach, is, among otherj
things, codeball instructor. Among1
other things? Yes, since Johnstone is
also I-M fencing and tennis expert.j
All-Around Sportsj
Are you interested in becoming aI
real all-around man? Then go I-M,
young man, go I-M. Learn how to be-
come a member of Sigma Delta Psi,
honorary athletic society, there un-
der the tutelage of Assistant Director
R. W. Webster. When that organiza-
tion offers you its membership pin,
you have to do everything from the
soup to the nuts as far as athletics
are concerned.
If its boxing you are interested in,
then this might interest you. Martin
Levandowski, the I-M boxing instruc-
tor, once whipped Jim Braddock and
then quit the ring to watch Braddock
climb to world's titleholder in the
heavyweight ranks.
And that's not all. You can also
learn how to play badminton, golf,
handball,, paddleball, squash, and
table tennis at the I-M building.
Furthermore they will give you in-
structions in archery, gymnastics, life
saving, riding, rifle shootig, swim-
ming, weight lifting and wrestling.

Michigan Builds Repuiadioii
All this time, Matt Mania was
building up his reputation in the
West. Michigan went eight years un-
defeated and, besides being perennial
Big Ten champion, was National Col-
legiate title-holder seven times and
runner-up once in eight years.
But the two schools never met in a
dual meet. The Nationals went to
Michigan but Yale's consecutive vic-]
tory string continued unbroken.
East Meets West
East and West finally did meet last

It Saire Was A 1t1 Fight
,PORT HURON, Jan. 26.-(i-P) -
Thomas Cuttle, 72, who lighted a
match Wednesday night to tune in his
radio on the Louis-Lewis fight and
ignited his bathrobe, died Friday of
Manhattan 42; St. Joseph's (Phila) 37
DePaul (Chicago) 40; St. John's
(Brooklyn) 26
Long Island 46; Toledo 39

year but it was
had finally been

anticlimatic. Yale
beaten not by the
by a comparative

h. ~1


upstart in the swimming horizon,
Harvard. The long-awaited clash was
paled somewhat by the blot on the
Yale Blue, a blot which was ag-
gravated by the defeat Michigan pin-
ned on them, 41-34.
But the next week, Michigan also
fell. Ohio State relegated the Wol-
veines to the defeated class.
On Way Back
'Mit b nxrhtht fnmc aronn their


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5ul nlow Julbeuli sU7 oilUt1
way back. Michigan tied the Buck-


bin' Ralph," Coach Charlie Hoyt has
enough other potential point winners
hanging around his Yost Field House
headquarters to assure more than a
modicum of Wolverine places in the
mile and two-mile.
The accomplishments of Schwarz-
men with Forest "One Man Gang"
Evashevski and Mahatma "Jeep"
Mehaffey scheduled to cop starting
honors. In reserve, Kodros has Fred
Janke, Jack Meyer, Bill Vollmer, and
Hercules "Killer-Diller" Renda.
The front line finds Fred Trosko
teaming hp w'ith Ed Frutig at the
wings while Wally Hook, sans the
bearskin, will work at center. Per
Kodros: will any other fuotball play-
ers who can skate (the rest comes
later, boys) please sign up?
The referee will be Mill Marsh of
the Ann Arbor News, who has re-
ceived permission to use double-dill
ner skates while discharging his

Louis Wants More Foes
CHICAGO, Jan. 27.-(/)-Joe Louis
predicted today he would knock out
at least three more opponents this
year in defense of his world's heavy-
weight championship. Louis said he
expects to fight Bob Pastor, Tony
Galento and Lou Nova, but selection
of his foes was entirely up to Pro-
moter Mike Jacobs.

Dear Congressman
The very existence of democracy is Clleeng d
today by the Nazi and Fascist dictatorships that
stalk the world. Your interest and mine in helping
docraCy to defend itself demand that you
do everything to lift the embargo on Govern-
ment Spain. I'

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23 Skidoos

The Lineups;
Pos. Murderers Row
G Kodros
W Trosko
W Frutig
C Hook
D Evashevski
D Mehaf fey
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