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SUNDAY, JANUARY 13, 1935

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Matmen L os e
Opening Meet
WithSpartans
Capt. Harrod, Heavenrich,
Bissel And Levine Win
As WrightLoses
Final Score 20-14
Final Result Not Certain
Until Overtime Period
Of Heavyweight Bout
(Special to The Daily)
LANSING, Jan. 12. - The inexperi-
enced Michigan wrestling team met
Mich igan State's grapplers at Lansing
here today and was defeated, 20-14,
in an exciting meet, the outcome of
which was in doubt until the end.
When the heavyweight match be
tween Harry Wright, giant Michigan
sophomore, and Reavely, the Spar-
tan captain began. Michigan State
was just one point ahead of the
Maize and Blue men. The Spartans
had won three of the preceding
matches by falls while Capt. Jack
Harrod, Wally Heavenrich, Frank
Bissel and Abe Levine had won their
matches for Michigan.
Both Wright and Reavely went at
each other with hammer and tongs
from the start. The advantage see-
sawed back and forth, first one man,
then the other maneuvering to a fav-
orable position. When the regular
period ended it was found that Wright
had a time advantage of 1:47 sec-
onds over the Spartan veteran.
Referee Drummond decided that
the bout was close enough to war-
rant an overtime period and Reavely
EVENTS OF THE WEEK
Basketpall
Monday - University of Wis-
consin at Madison.
Saturday - University of Illi-
nois at Champaign.
Hockey
Friday and Saturday - Univer-
sity of Minnesota at Minneapolis.
Wrestling
Saturday - Northwestern Uni-
versity at Evanston.
managed to pin the Michigan heavy-
weight in it, thus clinching the meet
for Michigan State.
Frank Bissel, 165-pound football
player, scored the only fall for Mich-
igan by pinning Orr in four minutes.
Wally Heavenrich, who represented
the Wolverines in the 135-pound class
in place of Seymour Rubin, won his
first Varsity meet over Stephenson
with a time advantage of 4:10 sec-
onds. Capt. Harrod lived up to ex-
pectations by beating Conant with
a time advantage of seven seconds.
In the outstanding upset of the
meet Abe (Tuffy) Levine, 175-pound
sophomore, rode Broome all the way
to win his match by the wide margin
of nine seconds. This victory put
Michigan one point behind the Lan-
sing team and then Wright lost the
deciding match although he wrestled
superbly all the way.
In the 118-pound match Genson of
Michigan State pinned Chuck Brooks
in six minutes, Teske of Michigan
State took a fall from Alan Rubin
in five minutes in the 125-pound
class, and Jacob of the Spartans
pinned Mascuruskus in the 155-pound
class in three minutes.

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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

bers and alumni are requested to{
make reservations for the banquet by4
calling Marlow, 21095, or Groening,.
4145. or Rogers. 4145.

STAR*
I DUST
*-By ART CARSTENS-
BUSINESS IS looking up again in
the heavyweight skill and science'
profession and promoters are .begin-
ning to think about a big-money gate
for 1935. The reason for the sud-
den change in the ring's chances for,
a successful year lies in the fact that
out of a group of would-be title con-
tenders, one or two of which have
shown ability, has come a hard hitting
Negro fighter who in addition to be-
ing an expert boxer has the "killer's
instinct" that sent Jack Dempsey to;
the top.
Joe Louis, Detroit's sensational bat-
tler, who only last July reigned the
amateur ranks as International Gold-

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Interpretive Arts Society: The
uekinen - (Continued from Page 2) * meeting of this Society will be held
Lambda Theta open meeting in Uni- at 7:15 p.m. instead of at 8 o'clock
versity Elementary School Library on Wednesday, Jan. 16, Room, 302
Wolverines Come From Wednesday, Jan. 16, at 7:30 p.m. Mason Hall. The program will con-
Behind With BerrymaniThere will be a panel discussion on sist of readings from modern Amer-
n"To what degree is indoctrination ican poetry. All persons interested
Scoring Both Goals I desirable in education and what are are invited to attend.
the criteria of desirability?" followed
(Continued from Page 1) by a half hour open dicussion. On Attention Zones, Dormitories, and,
scramble around the Wisconsin goal the panel are: Dr. Keeler, Dr. Courtis, Sorority Houses: There will be a com-;
and passed out to Berryman who Dr. McClusky, Dr. Katherine Green pulsory meeting for the Activities
slammed the rubber home for what and Dr. Olson. Chairman of each zone, dormitory'
proved to be the margin of victory. and sorority on Tuesday, 5 p.m., in
The game had few penalties. The Tau Beta Pi: Dinner meeting at 6 the Library of the Michigan League.
Mercer-MacCollum-David feud of p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 15, Michigan Un- If you are unable to attend a proxy
Friday failed to develop any further. ion. H. M. Merker, of Parke Davis must be sent.
Summaries Company, will talk on "The Engi-
Michigan Pos Wisconsin n eer and Medicine." Mimes, of the Michigan Union, will
__gns.scsn ehold an important meeting in Room
Jewell .......Goalie ......... Heyer A302, the Union, on Monday, at 4:00
David ......... RD ......... Femal lpha Nu meets at 4 o'clock Wed- 3 teUion, on n
MacCollum . . . . . LD.. . . . . . . Mercer nesday, Jan. 16, in the Alpha Nu p.m. Election of new members.
Heyliger ..... . . C ........ Anderson Room, four'th floor, Angell Hall.
Berryman ...... RW ........ Fallon After a brief meeting the group will Hile mlyes Jant meeting
Shef. . ........LW........illies go to Spedding's Studio for the groupf at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 15, Hillel
Michigan spares - Courtis, Mc- picture in the Michiganensian. After considered and plans fr the future
Eachern, Chase. taking of the picture, pledges and ciderb d an p
Wisconsin spares - Berry. officers will return to the Alpha Nu will be taken up.
I R.Pfrna f-lPPY'RV.rf.0ih - t. t trooms for initiation. Initiation fees

P. Marley will talk on "Coal and Cali-
co in Kentucky." All members of
the Michigan Dames are cordially in-,
vited to attend.
Adelphi House of Representatives
will meet Tuesday, Jan. 15, 7:30 p.m.
There will be a debate followed by
open discussion on the proposition:
Resolved that some form of unem-
ployment insurance should be adopted
in the United States. After this,
there will be a closed meeting for the
purpose of nominating men for the
offices of Adelphi. All members
should be present.

Yesterday's Results
Purdue 39, Chicago 21.
Wisconsin 30, Indiana 23.
Iowa 38, Northwestern 35.
Illinois 44, Ohio State 23.

VIII

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en Gloves light heavyweight champ- j
ion, has come to the fore as the out-
standing title contender of the mom-
ent by winning 14 consecutive fights

His last, a 10th round knockout of;
Hans Birkie, 'was his 11th knockout:
cf those 14 battles.
Recently Chicago experts, after
seeing Louis knock out Lee Ram-
age in the eighth round, declared
that Louis would be heavyweight
champion before he had fought
four times if the proper bouts
could be arranged. However, un-
til this week there was little sign
that .these proper fights would
be carded.
The latest development in the
fighting world is to the effect that
Louis may be signed to meet Champ-
ion Max Baer in the summer. Jack
Dempsey and Floyd Fitzsimmons of
Benton Harbor are angling to stage
the fight in Navin Field, Detroit.
Dempsey is reported trying to get
the Michigan legislature to pass a
bill legalizing 20-round fights in the
state. Without a doubt a 20-round
fight between Max -Baer and Joe
Louis in Detroit next summer would
come the closest to drawing a million
dollar gate of any fight staged since
the close of the Tex Rickard regime.
There are two ex-champions
on the comeback 'trail and one
may get somewhere. Primo Car-j
nera is cleaning up the heavy-
weight situation in South Amer-
ica and might as well stay there.I
Max Schmeling has his eyes set
on the title and started his title
campaign last November with a}
knockout of Hans Neusel, Ger-
man champion at that time, in
Germany.
Outside of the four heavyweights
mentioned there is only one that'
might cause Baer to lose any sleep.
Steve Hamas, former Penn State grid
star, has advanced rapidly in the last
few months and his greatest fight
was a victory over Schmeling. He
will meet Max again this spring,
fighting in Germany. The other
alleged contenders have little chance
of getting close to Baer's title unless
they happen to meet the champ in
exhibitions.
The Maxwell Street fish peddler,
King Levinsky, recently met Baer in
an "exhibition" and found that all
he had said he would do to Baer
when they met had apparently irri-
tated the champ to such an extent
that Levinsky was counted out in the
second round.

e eree - ercy irau , ueur ol.
First period - Scoring: Fallon
11:35. Penalties: Anderson (trip-
ping).
Second period - Scoring: Berry-
man (Heyliger) 4:12. Penalties: Fal-
lon (boarding).
Third period -Scoring: Berryman
(Courtis) 8:02. Penalties: Femal
(tripping), Sherf (slashing).
Saves:
Jewell ........7 3 0-10
Heyer .......15 11 13 - 39
Basketball Summary

will be due and payable at this time. Michigan Dames: TJhe Brige
The initiation banquet will be held at Group meets Tuesday evening, Jan.
0:30 the same day in the Union. The 15, at the League. Play will start
Hon. Wilber M. Brucker, former gov- at 8.
ernor of Michigan and an Alpha Nu I
alumnus, will be the speaker of the Michigan Dames: The Study Group
evening. All Alpha Nu alumni on will meet at the League Monday eve-
campus are invited to attend. Mem- ning, Jan. 14, at 8:00. Rev. Harold
FOR THE EARLY SHOPPERS
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we have placed our large and complete line onl
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BMichigan (24)
Jablonski, f .......
Teitelbaum, f .... .
Tomagno, f .......
Jeslin, f.........
Patanelli, c ....... .
G ee, c ...........
Plummer, g......
M eyers, g .........
Rudness, g .......
Evans, g ..........

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Totals ..............10
Minnesota (31) FG
Kupperberg, f ............0
W alblom , f ............. 0
R oscoe, f ............... 3
Norman, c .............. 4
Baker, g ................ 1
Eiken, g ................ 1
Barnum , g .............. 1
Sendsen, g..............0
Stelzer, g ............... 1
T otals ................11

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Score at half -Michigan 15, Min-
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Referee --Hedges (Dartmouth).

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