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ILLINOIS .... 28 VANDERBILT. 23 PITT ........36 TEMPLE .... 38 1 N'WESTERN .. 41 KANSAS U. ... 42 NOTRE DAME .41 B
CHICAGO .... 22 ALABAMA ... 19 PENN STATE . 28 CARNEGIE ... 27 MICHIGAN S. . 36 WASHBURN .. 27 PENN.........36 M
PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY

UTLER ..... 29
ARQUETTE . 26
SUNDAY, JAN. 2, 1937

Michigan Hockey

Teem

Noses ut Hog ton Sextet, 3 To 2

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Pucksters Gain
Tie With Tech
In Series Final
James Tallies Two Goals
In Final Peri od To Clinch
Close Contest
,Game Played lean
HOUGHTON, Jan. 23. -(P)- Uni-
versity of Michigan evened up its
two-game series with the Michigan
Tech hockey team tonight, defeating
the Engineers, 3-2, before 1,100 fans
at the Amphidrome.
The Engineers took an early lead
tonight, McCarthy scoring on a solo
dash at the 17-minute mark in the
first period. Fabello and James
teamed up for Michigan in the sec-
ond period to tie the count, with
Fabello on the scoring end of the
play.
James put Michigan in the lead
early in the last period and Heyliger
made it 3-1 on another unassisted
play at the 18-minute mark. With
15 seconds remaining, Pekkala of
Tech took Walsh's pass to bulge the
twine.
Tech played a five-man defense in
the first period, but launched a major
offensive in the second session, with
Smith, Michigan defense man, in the
penalty box. Goalie Wood, however,
was equal to the occasion.
Tonight's game was hailed by fans
as the best exhibition of college
hockey seen at the Amphidrome.
Only four penalties were called. All
goals were made while the teams had
their full lineups.
Lineups:
Michigan Tech Pos. Michigan
MakiG .........Wood
Bucher........D.........Smith
Stimac..........D....Simpson
McCarthy......C.......Heyliger
Stack.....W ......... James
Pekkala.......W........Fabello
Tech spares -Walsh, J. Hascall,
C. Hascall.
Michigan spares - C. Case, Cooke,
Merrill.
First Period
Scoring -. McCarthy, unassisted,
1.7 minutes.
Penalties - Smith (Boarding).
Second Period
Scoring - Fabello (James) 16:30.
Penalties - Smith (Boarding);
Stimac (Interference.)
Third Period
Scoring - James, unassisted, 3
minutes; Heyliger,(unassisted, 18
minutes; Pekkala (Walsh) 19:45.
Penalties - Simpson (Cross check-
ing).
Referees - Al Jacobson, Mar-
quette; Phil Peterson, Calumet.
Attendance - 1,100.
Bible Accepts
Coach At TMU
Crisler, Madison, Named
Nominees To Fill Posts
At U. Of Nebraska
LINCOLN; Neb., Jan. 23.-()P)-The
names of Fritz Crisler, head football
coach at Princeton, and Slip Madi-
gan of St. Mary's cropped up tonight
as nominees to succeed Dana X.
Bible as football coach at the Univer-
sity of Nebraska.
Bible accepted the offer to become
head football coach at the University
of Texas today and the Nebraska
University athletic board in turn "re-
gretfully accepted" his resignation as

athletic director and football coach.
"D.X.," bald and genial, declined
to talk about his new salary, but
rumors from the Lone Star state had
it that the figure would be about
$15,000 a year for 10 years.
His contract here expires March 1
but Bible said he would be available
to assist with winding up spring foot-
ball- workouts. Spring work at Texas
will be finished before Nebraska's.
Bible's tenurO at Nebraska was the
longest of any in history-eight years.
He gave the state six Big Six foot-
ball titles, won 50 games, lost 15 and
tied seven. His complete record dis-
closes 147 victories, 42 losses and 16
ties.
In addition, the little southerner
promised to help the Cornhuskers
choose their new gridiron tutor. Every
hour saw a new name pop into the
discussions. But the athletic board
was silent. A subcommittee, its
identity secret, started the task of
hiring a new coach. Most frequent-
ly mentioned was the name of W. H.

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Illinois...............
Purdue ..............
Ohio State ...........
Minnesota............
Michigan...........
Indiana.............
Northwestern .........
Iowa .................
Wisconsin...........
Chicago ............

W L Pct.
.5 1 .833
.4 1 .800
.3 1 .750
.2 1 .667
.3 2 .600
.3 2 .600
.2 3 .400
.1 4 .200
1 4 .200
.0 5 .000
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By PAUL MICKELSON I Louis, a bit listless and over-con-
NEW YORK, Jan. 23.-(P)-Sens- fident, now has been stirred into ac-
ing a possible but highly improbable tion. In his training camp at Pomp-
upset, a capacity crowd of 18,000 ! ton Lakes, N.J., the Brown Bomber
spectators is expected at Madison is working much harder than he did;
Square Garden Friday night to watch for Max Schmeling.
Bob Pastor, fighting descendant of "I know what I'm talking about;
Suffragette Rose Pastor Stokes, bat- Pastor will lick Louis Friday night,"
tle Brown Bomber Joe Louis. I says Johnston, who reminds the ex-
The match, for 10 rounds, was re- perts that he was one of the very
garded far and wide as just another few who picked Schmeling to trim
Louis setup until promoter Jimmy Louis.
Johnston of the Garden began to "It won't take Joe more than a
drum up the idea that Pastor, piloted round to polish Pastor off," counter-
by his son, could beat the Bomber. ( punches trainer Jack Blackburn.
Johnston Gets Action "Joe'll be ready for him."
Johnston's prediction did more New York boxing experts, who'd
than cause a flurry at the box office. rather be right than president now i
Promoter Mike Jacobs, alarmed lest that they've picked so many losers,1
Joe be caught unawares by a better can't see anything but a Louis vic-
fighter than bargained for, hustled tory, although they are punctuating7
his fat and contented fighter into their speculation with plenty of loop-
immediate action- holes.s

Arithmetic and past performances,
which sometimes don't mean any-
thing when two willing fighters slug
it out, point to an easy victory for
the bomber.
Draws With Simms
For instance: Eddie Simms drew
with the former New York Univer-
sity football star after knocking him
down three times in a six round fi:ht.
Louis took 26 sec'onds to kayo Simms
and the count was included in the
time.
Pastor, a fine physical specimen
scaling 183 pounds as against Louis'
somewhat flabby 203, fought his most
impressive fight against Ray Impellit-
tiere, heavyweight giants Displaying
a vicious, sharp right hand punch,
Pastor knocked Impellittiere out in
seven rounds last December. That
fight convinced Jimmy Johnston, Jr.,'

MONDAY'S GAI
Chicago at Michigan.
Tanksters

Just One Mistake--Pastor; 'Only One Round'--Louis

that he was ready for a shot at Louis.
"If the Bomber makes one mis-
take," bragged the cocky Pastor to-
day as he tapered off training, "I'll
knock him out.
"Sure, you will," said promoter
Johnston, a man who has been
strictly behind the eight ball since
Louis came over the fistic horizqn
and lined up with his arch rival,
Mike Jacobs. "But you've got to be
careful, especially in those early
rounds."
May Upset Dope
And that seems to be the real dope:
if Pastor, in superb shape but bound
to be jittery, can get by the first three1
rounds, he may pull an upset that'll'
be heard around the world and once
more crumble the hopes of Bomber:
Louis.
But if he forgets to duck .
That's something else again. !

osts To State
OnWednesda
Michigan Heavily Favored
To Repeat Last Season's
Decisive Win
BY STEWART FITCH
The Wolverine natators engage in
their second dual meet of the season
next Wednesday evening when they'
tangle with Michigan State's tank

Detroit Boosts
League L ead
In Tie Contest
Maroons Manage To Tie
Wings 1-1; Idle Bruins
Slip Farther Behind
MONTREAL, Jan. 23.-(AP)-De-
troit's powerful Red Wings managed
1-1 overtime draw with the Montreal
Maroons tonight in a National
Hockey League game played before
7,000 fans. The tie increased De-
troit's lead in the American section
to eight points over the New York
Rangers and Boston Bruins.
Stocky Syd Howe scored the Detroit
goal, poling one past Bill Beveridge,
Montreal sub goalie who is filling in
for the ailing Alex Connell, after
taking a pass from Hec Kilrea. Kil-
rea neatly feinted Beveridge to his
side of the net before passing.
Herbie Cain made Montreal's ty-
ing goal in the second frame when
hetook Bob Gracie's long pass, shook
off Mud Bruneteau, who was check-
ing him, and beat Norm Smith with
a blistering shot.
The Maroons played fine defensive
hockey from the second period on
Lineups:
Summary:
First period: 1-Detroit, Howe (H.
Kilrea) 15:01. Penalty: Bowman.
Second period: 2-Montreal, Cain
(Gracie) 12:05. Penalty: Bowman.
Third period: No scoring. Penal-
ties: Cain, Pettinger.
Overtime period: No scoring.

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squad in the Intramural pool. The'
Varsity defeated the Spartans, 58-26,
in last year's meet.
Although the score indicates an
overwhelming victory for the Varsity,
the State rooters found good reason
,o cheer for it was in this meet that
they scored their first place against
Michigan in 10 years of dual compe-
tition. Bill Bell, Spartan aprinter,
surprised everyone when he came in

Baseball Salaries
In Big League Run
IHig~hest Since 1931
By ALAN GOULD
NEW YORK, Jan. 23.-(A)--The
upward trend in big league baseball
salaries will send the aggregate pay-
roll beyond three milion for 1937 an
Associated Press survey indicates to-
day. The combined total for the 16
major league clubs will be the high-
est since 1930-31, the peak years. The
boom-time aggregate, however ran
well over $3,500,000 per season be-
fore the big downward dip from the
days when Babe Ruth collected $85,-
000 for his baseball chores.

Christensen Is Silent As Lions,
Alarmed, OfferHim More Pay

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ahead of Mark McCarty in the 100- 1
yard free-style event. The Babe's old companion in clout,
State Chances Slim Henry Louis Gehrig, is now the high-
est paid performer. The Yankees'
State's chances for a duplication famous "Iron Man" also is among
of this feat in any event this year are the first potential holdouts of new
very slim. Michigan's championship year, on the theory that his great
crew is strong in every event and 1936 season entitles him to a substan-
furthermore, Coach Jake Daubert's tial boost over the $31,000 he has
squad has been hard hit by injuries been paid for each of the past two
and the influenza epidemic. The campaigns.
Spartans were expected to be strong- Despite the upswing in salaries of
er this year than in the last few pre- most stars, the demands of the hired
vious seasons, but illness has been hands may be as vociferous as it was
troubling three of the team's out- last spring, when the first of March
standing swimmers, found about 50 holdouts sticking to
Flu Slows Spartans their guns. Two perennial holder-
Co-captain Jim Harryman, dis- outers, Dizzy Dean of the St. Louis
tance swimmer who holds the MSC Cardinals and Van Lingle Mungo of
pool record for the 220 and 440 yard the Brooklyn Dodgers, already have
swims has been laid up with the flu lifted their voices to defiant pitch.
and will probably not be in top.form Yanks Have McCarthy
for the meet. The other co-captain, In addition to Gehrig, the Yankees
Ed McNamara, who handles the have the highest paid manager in
sprints for the Spartans has been the business, Joe McCarthy, who gets
troubled with an injured foot which $35,000, under a long-term contract.
may handicap him somewhat in the McCarthy's nearest rivals, under
forthcoming meet. Alan Black, num- conrtact terms, are: Mickey Coch-
ber one breast-stroker of the squad rane, Detroit, $30,000; Bill Terry,
has just got out of bed following Giants, $27,500; and Joe Cronin, Red
a flu attack. Sox, $25,000.

Rumors Have Dutch Clark Christensen works has kept in step )ry4
Ag ith the Lions by offering Christen-
sen a arise also, rumors say. Wheth- BALTIMORE, Jan. 23. -(/P)- Ells-
Struggle For Pro Ace er the Detroit coaching-business worth Vines, youthful American ten-
Sa aomb anation would prove more prof- nis star, defeated Fred Perry 6-1, 7-5,
By BILL CUMMINS i a ee n ne maave in their exhibition match here to-
Denial by Hary Kipke that George ned before Christensen is nonight, Perry was badly off form in
Christensen,,Detroit Lion tackle, had edthe first set, losing the six games
Icoach at t is said that Christensen's friends after winning only the first.
beona asked to become linecochatbeliev~e the veteran will leave his foot-
Michigan, failed to halt a flow of ball cre behind him enti n Perry, most recent of the recruits
speculation climaxed yesterday with devote all his time to business and to the list of tennis professionals, was
an offer by the Lions of promotion law afflicted by double-faults. He lost the
and a &salary increase for Christ n- last game of the second set in this
sen. manner.
In some quarters the Lions' move FrisSh Passes Bruce Barnes defeated George Lott
was interpreted as an attenpt to in a subsidiary match, 6-1, 2-6, 6-2.
check n whatever temptation Chris- TBarnes and Lott are touring with the
tensen might have to come to Michi- buckI 1iO ss professional aces, and both played
gan, or to give up football entirely here in their amateur days
in favor of law study coupled with Branch Rickcv In his first set, Perry, who played
automobile business interests. for England before he took up pro-
Christensen has made no state- fessionalism and touring, made a
ment. ST. LOUIS, Jan. 23.-0 P)_-Manag- stand in the fifth game. With his
As player and line coach with :De- er Frankie Frisch of the Cardinals single game opposed to Vines' four,
troit last year, Christensen received. he stiffened his stand and the game
approximately $3,000. The purport- brought his troubles to St. Louis to- went to 20 points before finally fall-
ed Michigan offer was said to be day to the man who always sees sil- ing to Vines.
$2,500 for the football season, sup- ( ver in the clouds, owner Sam Bread- Perry began his series of double-
plemented by a salary as executive!on, and the man who usually faults in the first set, dropping three
with the Detroit manufacturing firm ltraightens out all difficulties, Vice- of them into Vines' advantage
oa football-conscious Michiganv-

Penalties: None.
Smith ..... ... g . .
Goodfellow....rd
Bowman .......ld
W. Kilrea..... c . .
H. Kilrea ...... rw
Sorrell .........1w

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Wentworth
..Conacher
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.....Trottier

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Hiestaid Captures
Trapshooting Crown
MIAMI, Fla., Jan. 23. -(,')- Joe
Hiestand. the grand American-cham-
pion, finished four days of trap-
shooting by capturing the Peckaway
handicap today fcr a tournament
string of 781 out of 800 targets.

President Branch Rickey.
Pepper Martin wasn't among
l Frisch's trials and tribulations, and
with good reason. The wild horse
of the osage drove into town in a
truck, galloped into the Cardinal of-
fice and speedily signed his 1937 con-
tract. He said he was "tip-top and
ready to go."
But, all in all, it was "worry, wo::ry,
worry" with the "Forham Flash." He
fairly barked:
"What if Paul Dean doesn't come
back? What if Jim Winford doesn't
come through? What if we don't get,
any help from our young pitchers?
What if-you fellows don't know
what worrying is in this world."
Frisch will be here for about 10
days and then he hopes to get to
Flo ida in time for a little fishing be-
fore the spring training grind starts.

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et's Go. . . .
ORGANIZE YOUR PARTIES NOW !
Enjoy the Snow While It Lasts.
GOLESIDE RIDING ACADEMY

After the performance that the
Varsity turned in last week against
Indiana, it is doubtful that the Spar-
tans would be capable of causing any
trouble even if their squad were at
full strength. Baker Bryant's at-
tainment of eligibility filled out the
Varsity line-up so that Michigan
finds strength in every event with-
out forcing one man to bear the
brunt of swimming in more than one
individual swim.

'1he rillsbori ohu, sure-snot, sir
Subject to changes in either di- ing from the 24-yard scratch line,
rection, the list of athletes in the smashed 97 of his 100 targets in the
$20,000 class, or close to it, includes Peckaway club's concluding event.
Lefty Gomez, eccentric Yankee twirl- Second high-gun man was William
er; Charley Grimm and Frankie Eldred of Cincinnati, with 765 x Z00.
Frisch, respective pilots at the Cubs Sam Parker of Kalamazoo, finished
and Cardinals; Hank Greenberg, De- the four days of firing with 761 x 800
troit first baseman for third place.
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