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Large Gopher
Squad Battles
Lowrey Takes Nine Menf
To Minneapolis; Team
Seeks Even Break
The Michigan hockey team, a de-
termined little nine-man squad, ac-
companied. by Coach Eddie Lowrey
and Manager GeorgeGraves, en-
trained for Minneapolis late yesterday
afternoon, intent upon gaining at
least an even split with the Minnesota
Gophers in a two-game series, the
first of which is scheduled for to-
The Gophers, defeated last week
by the University of Manitoba, 3-2,
and 5-2, in one of the most bruising
hockey battles Minneapolis has seen
in a long time, have been drilling all
week on speed and scoring punen, and
Coach Larry Armstrong has his men
primed for the Wolverine invasion.
Minnesota's brilliant first line of
Ray Bjorck, Ed Arnold, and Ridgeway
Baker has been consistently danger-
ous all season. It was the effort
of this trio which gained the Gophers
a split in their series with Prince-
ton and enabled them to make such
a creditable showing against Mani-
toba, one of the strongest Ieams in
all Canada.
Have Plenty of Lines
The second line of Taft, Carlson,
and Berry is right behind the start-
ing forward wall in points scored,
while still a third line, made up of
Brude, Schwab, and Mitchell has dis-
played a good deal of class and af-
fords the first two lines plenty of
opportunity to get their wind.
Five husky Northmen share the
defense duties on the Minnesota
squad and no mention need be made
of their ability except that they lim-
ited the Manitoba speedsters to six-
teen shots on Goalie Wilkinson in
the first game of their series with the
Lowrey Starting Regulars
Against this imposing array of
strength and power, Coach Lowrey in-
tends to start his regular team, and
alternate it with his three spares
as strategically as possible in order
to keep his team fresh throughout
the game. It is no secret that Low-
rey will go after the Gophers from
the opening face-off tonight, and that
the team will be gunning for the
first game.
If the Wolverines can take one
game at Minneapolis, they will have
a good chance to take the series and
the Big Ten title when the teams
play here later in the winter, prin
cipally because Gib James, ineligible
sophomore star, will join the team
the second semester.
Goalie Irving Shalek will be on
the spot tonight, and the big arena
in Minneapolis will be of no aid to
him. Captain Larry David, Bert
Smith, and Bob Simpson will have to
be on their toes to keep the fast skat-
ing Gophers from outmaneuvering
them on the big rink and allowing the
Norsemen to ride in on Shalek for al-
most sure scores.
Probable Lineups
Wichigan po. Minnesota
Shalek Goalie Wilkinson
Smith LD Smith
David RD Bredeson
Eleyliger C Bjorck
Berryman LW Arnold
Merrill RW Baker
Michigan spares: Simpson, Griggs,
Minnesota spares: Brude, Schwab,
Carlson, Taft, Seidell, Mitchell, Gan-
ley, Wallace, J. Carlson, Berry.

Eddie Wiseman of the New York
Americans jumped from the Regina
Pats, a junior hockey club; directly
to a berth in the outlaw American
Like new, size 38-40; dark
northern, well-matched skins;
original cost new $500; a real
bargain at $100,00. P. J Cooley,
320 West Fort Street, Detroit.

Spartan Gridmen Meet
Horses In Tug-Of-War
EASTLANSING, Jan. 14. - (') -
Michigan State College football team
will doll itself up in playing togs
to compete against a couple of horses
as a feature of the Michigan farmers'
week here next February 3 to 7.
The players and a team of cham-
pion draft horses will vie for honors
as the strongest pullers. Each will tug
separately at a harness attached to a
dynometer, which will record the
power of the pull.
For thetsake of publicity they will
be hitched together as though for a
tug of war, to permit photographers
to take their pictures.
Varsity Swim
Squad Beaten
By Freshmen
Frosh Free-Stylers Bring
46-38 Win Over National
(Continued from Page 1)
for a tie when Haynie and Holmes
defeated Barnard in the 220.
In a special exhibition Byron O.
Hughes, Michigan swimmer in 1927
and now instructor at Harvard, broke
the world's record for under-water
swimming that has stood since 1902.
He traversed a distance of 337 feet,
staying under water for one minute
and 37 seconds. The old record was
320 feet and 1:31.4, held by E. P.
Swatek of Chicago.
400-yard free-style relay. Won by
Freshmen (Kirar, Emmett, Tomski
and Bryant); second, Varsity (Keeler,
McCarty, Blake and Mowerson). Time
200-yard breast-stroke: Won by
Kasley (Varsity); second, Vander-
Velde (Varsity); third, Hartwell
(Freshmen). Time --2:41.3.
150-yard back-stroke: Won by Cody
(Varsity) ; second, Robinson (Fresh-
men); third, Kasley (Varsity). Time
50-yard free-style: Won by Kirar
(Freshmen); second, Tomski (Fresh-
men); third, McCarty (Varsity).
Time - :23.8.
440-yard free-style: Won by Hay-
nie (Freshmen); Holmes (Fresh-
men); Barnard (Varsity). Time -
100-yard free-style: Won by Bry-
ant (Freshmen); second, Mowerson
(Varsity); Kirar (Freshmen). Time
Diving: Won by Fehsenfeld (Var-
sity), 110.5 points; second, Diefendorf
(Varsity), 104.1; third, Newhouse
(Freshmen) 78.95.
220-yard free-style: Won by Hay-
nie (Freshmen); second, Holmes
(Freshmen); third, Barnard (Var-
sity). Time -2:13.9.
300-yard medley relay: Won by
Varsity (Cody, Kasley and Osgood);
second, Freshmen (Robinson, Hart-
well and Emmett). Time - 3:04.2.

Louis Predicts
Fast Knockout
Over Opponent
Retzlaff Confident He Can
Floor Detroit Ace; Both
Men In FineShape
CHICAGO, Jan. 15. -(P) -Glove-
laden dynamite that laid Primo Car-
nera, King Levinsky, Max Baer and
Paulino Uzcudun low is ready for
Charley Retzlaff, the raw-boned
rancher from North Dakota.
Joe Louis, most murderous puncher
since the days of Jack Dempsey, said
today, after he finished boxing for
his battle with Retzlaff, set for 15
rounds or less in the Chicago Stadium
Friday night.
The Brown Bomber with the "dead-
pan" stare predicted that Retzlaff
would go the same way as Carnera,
Baer and the others.
"I am ready for Retzlaff," Louis
said. "I will be in there to give my,
1 best. The quicker I score a knock-
out the better I will like it. What's
the use of fooling? I want to get it
over as .fast as I can."
Louis breezed through seven rounds
of boxing today, the last workout
with the gloves he will have. His
workout was not particularly impres-
sive, but he was suspected of easing
Retzlaff, referred to as the Con-
demned Man, sharpened up his right-
hand punches in a three-round box-
ing drill, stepping the first with Art
Oliver and two with Johnny Brown.
Retzlaff appeared to be in excellent
physical condition, but missed fre-
quently in boxing.
"They can pick Louis to win," the
big farmer drawled, "but I'll show
them that he can be hit and hurt.
Down in my heart I know I have
what can beat him -a right to the

G7oing Back Hlrime

Johnny Gee Begins Vacation
To Recuperate From Illness

Captain Tamagno Nurses 1
Thigh Muscle Reinjured
In Purdue Game,
Still hampered by the effects of a
severe cold which kept him out of
the Michigan State, Mt. Union, and
Western Reserve games, Johnny Gee,
Varsity center, began a vacation yes-
terday which Coach Cappon has or-
dered in an effort to build up the
big cager's strength in hopes that he
will fulfill the promise that flashed
at the beginning of the season.
_Ti hm lnx G~ will bepot Can-

John Speicher, 118-pound soph-
omore from Reading, Pa.. is re-
turning to his home state to oppose

Franklin and Marshall and Penn JUsb 1now luee wi u
State tomorrow and Saturday as pon does not know. He may see serv-
a member of Michigan's Varsity ice against Chicago Saturday night
wrestling team. Ed Kellman, vet- when the Maroons invade Yost Field
Bran junior who fought in the 118- House, although it is doubtful if he
pound class in the first meet of the will be in condition by that time and
scason against New York A.C., has he may start against Iowa Monday.
been forced to remain in Ann Arbor The six foot five inch Hawkeye center,
due to a heavy scholastic schedule. Jack Drees, will probably control the
tip-off if Gee doesn't jump for the
Chicago Lists Grid With Gee out Coach Cappon shifted
Tits With Harvard around his squad putting Jake Town-
11end at center, Earl Townsend and
arl Meyers at forwards, and George
CHICAGO, Jan. 15. - -P1') - An- Rudness and Matt Patanelli at guard
nouncement of a home-and-home in the offensive drill which made up
football series between Harvard and yesterday's practice.
Chicago in 1938 and 1939 was made Patanelli took Capt. Chelso Ta-
tonight by William J. Bingham and magno's place in the back line. Ta-
T. N. Metcalf, athletic directors of magn. nursing the injured leg muscle
the two universities. which kept him on the bench last
k duN (t-kndhich wase hurt I Vain in the

looked forward to as a breather by conditional release yesterday, said
the Wolverines, looms up as no President Alva Bradley today. The
breather but a real battle. Monday club failed to find any buyers for
breaher ut rea batle.Moniy him, Bradley said.
night the Maroons lost to Indiana,
which is tied for the Big Ten lead
with Purdue, by a 33 to 30 score.
Bill Haarlow, last year's Conference
high scorer, made 17 points against
the strong Hoosier defense, hitting
one-handed shots from all angles. 727 North University
If Haarlow, who has made 39 pointsP ne 77
in the three Conference games he has
played, has another of his "hot" MALTEDS and
nihsChicago will cause Michigan
plenty of trouble. In their other Big MILK SHAKES
Ten games the Maroons were nosed
out by Wisconsin in an overtime
battle and beaten by Purdue by a
safe margin.
Choal nion
RUDOLPH KOLISCH, First Violinist
FELIX KHUNER, Second Violinist
BENAR HEIFETZ, Violoncellist
Monday, January 20
Guest Conductor, The Detroit Symphony Orchestra
Friday, January 24
Monday, February 17
MYRA HESS, Pianist
Monday, March 16
TICKETS for Individual Concerts On Sale at
The University School of Music, Maynard St.
$1.00- $1.50 -$2.00
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firs tin wh gw n
It will be the first time the two in- Purdue game, confined his practicing
stitutions have met on the gridiron, to some basket shooting.
The Maroons will travel to Cam- The Chicago game. which was
bridge to meet the Crimson Nov. 5, T Chicago gm wch s
1938, and Harvard will come here
Oct. 14, 1939.
Arrangement of the 1938 date was
made possible when Princeton ath-:
letic officials asked Chicago to be
released from the second date of a SU IT and
home-and-home series between the
Tigers and the Maroons because of
schedule difficulties. IEO

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