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4. 22, 133

THlE MICHIGAN DAILY F

Wolverine M at
Team Conquers
Spartans . 18-14'
Mosier, Wilson, Landrum
Score Falls; Helliwell
Secures Decision
Oakley Nosed Out
Lee Marsa Secures Only
M.S.C. Fall In Pinning
Harvey Bauss
Michigan successfully inaugurated
the wrestling season by defeating
the Michigan State grapplers 18 to
14 before 1,500 spectators in Yost
Field House alst night.
Each team won four bouts, but
three of the Michigan victories came
on falls while only one of the Spar-
tans was able to pin his Maize-and-
Blue adversary.
Landrum Wins
Jimmy Landrum gave Michigan
the lead in the point totals when he
pinned Floyd Austin, his Green-and-
Gold opponent in 3:24. Both wrest-
lers weighed 118 pounds. The fight
was fast and quite even until Lan-
drum, by a switch was able to secure
the edge.
In the 126 pound go Captain Stan-
ley Ball of M. S. C. won a time deci-
sion over Joe Oakley. Oakley suf-
fered a recurrance of a knee injury
early in the bout but continued and
carried the fight into overtime. Ball,
runner-up in the National Intercol-
legiate meet last year secured a time
advantage of 3:28 to chalk up the
first win for the visitors.
Helliwell Gets Decision
Bob Helliwell won the second Wol-
verine victory when he gained a time
advantage over Herb Thamer, at 135
pounds. Helliwell got the lead at the
outset of the bout and piled up an
advantage of 7:30. The Michigan
man was wrestling at a weight 10
pounds lighter than his usual class
due to the illness of Captain Blair
Thomas.
The Spartans won the fourth
match of the evening when Nick
Rajkovich, substitute on last season's
Green-and-White team, gained a
4:50 time edge, over Don Lewis.
Lewis, wrestling his first meet for
Michigan, put up a strong bid but
lacked experience. The weight was
145 pounds.
Wolves Cinch Meet
Two quick falls in the next pair of
matches cinched the meet for Michi-
gan. Art Mosier, letterman, had little
difficulty in pinning Allan Cox in
1:42 at 155 pounds. Moiser jumped
into the lead at the start and never
gave his adversary an opportunity.
Ed Wilson concluded the string of
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Independent Women To
Form Basketball Fives

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Independent women get their
best chance at organized athletics
during the year when they play
in the annual Intramural basket-
ball tournament. This year's tour-
ney, scheduled to start Feb. 28,
will see the organization of four or
five independent teams.
A meeting will be held at the
Women's Athletic Building this
afternoon to discuss and plan the
groups. Any women interested in
playing are urged to attend, and
to leave names, addresses, tele-
phone numbers and playing posi-
tions with Miss Burr, faculty
superintendent.
Three Seeded rTennis
Players Win Matches
First round matches in the All-
Campus tennis tournament yester-
day morning saw but three of the
eight seeded players in action. The
most interesting match of the day
was played by Herbert Penn, and
William Bowles. Penn, although
seeded third, . was hard-pressed to
win, the match going to three sets,
11-9, 7-9, 10-8.
Other seeded players in action
were R. Baldwin, ranked second,
who dropped the first set to Frank
Sanford, 6-3, but rallied to win the
next two and the match, 6-2, 6-1,
and Charles Nisen who defeated Vir-
gin Wells, 6-3, 6-0.
Wolverine victories when he scored
a fall over Bob Monnett, Michigan
State's star halfback. Wilson secured
a powerful body scissors on Monnett
and threw him in 3:14. The fighters
were 165 pounders.
The only Michigan State wrestler
to register a fall was Lee Marsa, a
veteran, who pinned Harvey Bauss at
4:17 in their 175 pound go. Greater
experience played a large part in
the Green-and-White fighter's vic-
tory.
In the final bout of the evening,
the heavyweight fight, Ilin Lepard
nosed out Willard Hildebrand. In a
sreat rally the Wolverine football
;star barely missed pinning his man.

FROM THE PRESS BOX
By JOHN THOMAS
BENNIE OOSTERBAAN HAS SERVED as an idol of most ends since his
own playing days. Recently Wesley Fesler was asked why he never
played pro-football. He answered, "Once up at Ann Arbor I was talking
with Bennie Oosterbaan and I asked him why he had never played pro-
football? He answered that he thought he had been fooling the fans long
enough and was afraid to take the chance any longer. I guess Bennie's
reason struck deeply, for I've never signed a pro contract."
RAY COURTRIGHT'S MIND IS STRAYING from the basketball court
to his first love, golf. This kind of weather has made a lot of golfers
do likewise. Its time to start polishing up one's clubs, Coach Courtright
says. He has repaired all of his own clubs and has them ready for outdoor
practice.
Michigan lost Jack Lenfesty ands'-

Johnny Howard by graduation andI
Jack Root, who went to the Univer-
sity of Indiana this year. Captain
Jolly, John Fischer, Eddie Dayton,'
George David, and Chub Hicks will
be back along with a strong fresh-
man team of last year. The name
of Johnny Fischer alone will throw
a scare into all Big Ten opponent's
ears as he is their champion. How-
ever he also stepped out and won
the National Intercollegiate title last
year and won the second ranking in
the National Open. He tied the all-
time low qualifying record in the
National Amateur and went on to
the quarter finals, bowing to Francis
Ouimet. Hicks, David, Dayton, and
Jolly will give Michigan a well bal-
anced team to keep up Fischer's good
record.

STEVE FARRELL IS a past master
at story telling. The retired track
coach tells one about the Yale Har-
vard football game of years ago.
Harvard had things its own way the
first half and when the teams came
into the dressing room, Yale was
pretty discouraged.
Yale had a trainer, Mike Murphy,
who was a consumptive, blessed with
the services of only one lung and a
sense of keen psychology. Murphy
planted his soap box in the center of
the tired Yale team and proceeded
to beg the boys to go out and win
this one for Old Mike, since the doc-
tor gave him less than a year to live.
It so happened that the Yale team
did win that one game, and what's
more, nearly annihilated the Har-
vard team in performing the miracle.

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