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November 23, 1939 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1939-11-23

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Michigan Swinim
Ohio State Holds Final Contact
Work Today For Saturday's Tilt

ers THold Annual Swim Gala Tomorrow
Returns To Old Haumt Smith Rejoins il ini Squad
Matt ivi~~7ann s Nat atorsToMkDeu
M CHAMPAIGN, Ill. --(P)- Jimmy
Smith, sophomore halback injured
In Ffth Tank Carnival At I-M Pool in the Ohi State game, rejoined the
Ssquad Wednesday and took over left

(By Associated Press)
COLUMBUS-Ohio State gridders
went through a muddy workout Wed-
nesday only to find there will be no
Thanksgiving Day let-down before
the Western Conference champion-
ship game against Michigan at Ann
Arbor Saturday.
Coach Francis Schmidt ordered the
sqpad out Thursday forenoon for a
two-hour drill, to be climaxed by the
"last tackle" ceremony for 15 seniors.
However, they will get a turkey din-
ner at their final training table meet-
ing of the season.
Schmidt named 36 players to make
the Ann Arbor trip. Today's work-
out folidwed the week's pattern, con-
centrating on "stop Ilarmon" plans
and brushing up on pass offense and
defense as well as blocking,
BLOOMINGTON-Indiana drilled
Wednesday on blocking for "Hurling
Hal" Hursh, its ace passer, in prac-
tice for the Purdue football game
here Saturday. Coach Bo McMillin
sought to improve the timing of
Hoosier plays and polish defensive
MADISON--Several times Coach
Harry Stuhldreher had to caution his
University of Wisconsin football play-
ers to- take things a little easier as
they executed a snappy practice ses-
sion with the freshmen squad- Wed-
nesday. He named 36 gridders to
make the trip to Minneapolis for the
game against the University of,
Minnesota on Saturday.
CHICAGO -Chicago's Maroons
shifted from offensive to defensive
maneuvers Wednesday in preparation
for their season's windup here Sat-
urday against Illinois. Special stress
was 1i1aced on guarding against Illini
passes. Thirteen Maroon seniors will
end their intercollegiate football
careers in Saturday's game.
* * *
EVANSTON-Coach Lynn Wal-.
dorf tried out a new fullback on of-t
fensive plays and switched his line-
men around Wednesday in an at-
tempt to find a combination capable
of stopping Nile Kinnick and his Iowa
Iron Men Saturday. Don Kruger, a
sophomore, was tried out at fullback
to fill a position left by George Ben-
son, when he was hurt two weeks ago.'
MINNEAPOLIS-More pass de-
Skunks Take Lead,
In Bowling League
In this week's bowling matches the
Lawyers were ousted from first place
by the Skunks, who defeated therem
3-0. . Walter Steffan's record break-
ing score of 250 failed to prevent the
Markers from upsetting the second
place Spares, 2-1. ,
In the other matches the Splits de-
feated the King Pins, 2-1; Theta Chi
downed the - Strikers, 2=1; Zeta Psi
lost to Sigma Chi, 2-1; and Theta
Delta Chi held on to last place by
losing to the Pacers, 2-1. .
The standings. in the Campus
league are:

fense drilling and running of Wis-
consin plays occupied the Minnesota
Gophers' workout Wednesday in
preparation for" their gridiron clash
with Wisconsin Saturday in the sea-
son's closing game for both teams.'
LAFAYETTE -Purdue's football
squad reviewed its defensive and of-
fensive plans Wednesday on a sloppy
practice field. Coach Mal Elward
experimented with several backfield
combinations in case of emergency
in the Indiana game at Bloomington

Double Handicap

Coach Believes Freshman
Jim Skinner Will Crack!
Rreast Stroke Record
(Continued om Page 1)
row's Gala program. Three 100-yard
and two 200-yard free style handi-
caps, a 50-yard race for the girls
featuring Lois Kivi and Mary Claire
Uptogrove, a 200-yard free style re-
lay with two teams froi. the Wo-
men's Athletic Club competing, and
two relay events by the varsity are
all on tap for the carnival fan.
Relays Take Spotlight
Among the -most colorful features
in the program is the medley relay
race with two varsity trios and a
yearling squad all entering with equal
handicaps. Horlenko, Jim. Skinner,
and West will swim for the freshmen
while Beebe, Haigh and Gus Share-
met will make up one varsity team
'and Riedl, John Sharemet and Bark-
er, the other.
The spectators will get their share
of thrills too in the 200-yard relays.
The top Wolverine sprinters, Barker,
Gus Sharemet, Gillis and Holmes,
have been given a six count handi-
cap while Dobson Burton, Beebe,.
Jim Welsh, and lastyear's captain
Tom Haynie will take off after the
count of four.
World Records To Fall
As hasrbeen the customain the
past years of the festival, world
records are destined to fall when
Matt Mann's swimmers get together
in the Gala. This year yearling
Skinner, a six foot, one inch, Ann
Arbor lad, will be favored to dump'
the present 100-yard mark in the
breast stroke. At present, the record
approved by the A.A.U. is 1:03.5, set
by Jacl asley, the Wolverine star
and captain, in 1935.
According to Coach Mann, "Skin-
Maple Leafs To Loan Out
In ured Walter Stanowski
TORONTO, Nov. 22.--P)-Man-
ager Conny Smythe of the Toronto
Maple Leafs of the National Hockey
League announced tonight that Wal-
ter Stanowski, rookie defenseman,
will be loaned to a minor league team
when his injured ankle heals, to
allow him to get back into condition.
Smythe said Stanowski, who played
with Syracuse of the International
American League last season, is ex-
pected back on skates at the end of
this week. He then will be sent to
some International-American League
club for a couple of weeks.
Houghton 22, Lake Linden 19
Baraga (Mich.) 49, Dollar Bay 29

ner will undoubtedly better that mark
tomorrow and that will be an exhi-
bition worth while seeing."
Benham Heads Divers
Every three-ring has its clowns
and the Swim Gala won't be an ex-
ception. Matt has worked out a.
number of stunts and comedy events
to mix in with his expert swimming

Ralph Pyszynski and the rest will
show the Gala fans the most intri-
cate twists and turns possible before
hitting the water. Dick Papenguth,
Purdue's coach and Wolverine diver
in 1925 will also be on hand.
Proceeds Go To W.A.A.
All in all they're holding quite a
show- tomorrow night at the I-M
Building -and' it's not without a
worthy cause. The proceeds of the
Gala go toward the- W.A.A. swimming
pool project.
Tickets are on sale at all sorority
houses as well as the I-M Building
at 40 cents apiece.
in four years now Matt Mann1
hasn't failed the fans yet at the
Swim Gala, so get your ticket, bring
along your friends from Ohio to show
off the Wolverine team, and take in
a real festival.
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Last year's swimming captain,
Tom Haynie, will return to aetion
with his former mates in the
Swin Gala Friday. Haynie will
swim in the handicap, 200-yard
relay team, along with Burton,
Beebe and Welsh.

Ladies 25c

Men 40c

RED RITZ and His Band

Friday and Saturday, 9

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Veteran Johnny Haigh will draw
a heavy assignment' in tomorrow
night's swim festivities when he
competes in the individual breast
stroke and in. the medley relay
with a handicap in each of the
State Tries Passes
For Temple Game
EAST LANSING, Nov. 22.-(P))-
Despite Michigan State's general lack
of success in passing this fall, it
probably will depend mainly on that
form of attack in its final game here
Saturday with Temple.
The Philadelphia Owls have not
been noted for an aerial game this
season and it seems to be Coach
Charley Bachman's hope that he can
;ain -an advantage with plenty of
Temple is bringing a line averaging
200 pounds to East Lansing and a
brace of backs who have made good
shoWing with a running attack.
In scrimmage today Bachman called
up all his passers to demonstrate what
they could do and their worst was
better than anything seen in com-
petition this season.

demonstrations. There will -be such
events as old-time diving and kick-
ing races to send the fans home , in
the rigltt frame of mind.
The Wolverine divers will also be
on hand to lend their share to the
carnival. Captain Hal Benham, Jack
Wolin, sophomore T-Bone Martin,

discontihued items.
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Skunks ............15
Spares ............14
Sigma Chi...........13
Markers ...........10
King Pins.......... 9
Zeta Psi ...........6
Theta Chi.......... 6
Theta Delta Chi ... . . 5




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