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FEB. 27, 1938

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

lIowa

Trounces

Cagers,

37-25;

Wrestlers

Beat

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lawkeye Rally
In Second Half
BringsVictory
S -ephens Sinks 16 Points;
Townsend Scores Nine
To Lead Wolverines
,OWA CITY, Feb. 26.-(P)-Iowa'sj
H wkeyes, uncorking a second half
realy, jumped into fourth place in the
B139 Ten basketball race ahead of
M chigan tonight by downing the
W >Averines, 37 to 25, before 8,000
pe sons.
t was Iowa's sixth victory in 11j
C nference games, while the Wol-
vc:ines ,ere pulled down co a .500
av -rage for 10 games.
The first half was a tight defensive
batle with honors all even in a 13 to
13 tie.
Stephens Scores 16
The Hawkeyes, led by Ben Steph-
ewi, who scored 16 points, outdis-
ta -ced the invaders in the second
halif.
.ohn Townsend, Michigan ace, was
hed to two field goals, but added five
free throws to top,
the Wolverine
scorers with nine
points.
Iowa was a spit-
fire quintet to-
night, flashing in
and out of the in-
flexible Wolverine
defense for bas-
kets from every
.3 ....angle, whereas the
Sh om e g u ard s
turned in a spec-]
tacular j ob of
keeping down the
STEPHENS Michigan scoring.<
Iowa Spearhead of the
L a defense was rugged Erwin
P sse, the sophomore who was like-
v. ie the defensive thorn in Michi-
gai's side in the previous battle be-
tw4 en the two clubs. Prasse held the
va .nted Jake Townsend to one field
gc .1 before being ejected from the'
co- test on fouls with three minutes
to go.
in the scoring department it was
ag in Iowa's brilliant Stephens, one
of the loop's leading marksmen, who
ca tured top honors. The black-
her red ace poured in seven field
ba kets and two free throws for 16
po nts.
Hawkeyes Aggressive
owa's aggressiveness on defense
co t Michigan. many scoring chances,
Dr -es snagging the ball time after
tir.:e on the rebound. The percentage
of free throws was high on both
sic as tonight, Iowa making nine of
11 and the visitors.
ge ting seven_ outj;>::::""..:
of 10 chances.
7The Iowa victory
ws all the more
an azing in the
fat that none of
thO Iowa. players
exvept Stephens
we e able to score
in the first period.>
He was pouring
them in from every «
a r g 1 e, however,
an I when he left CAPTSUESENS
the contest about
fiv minutes before Iowa
thc initial period was over he had
sc red five field goals to give Iowa
10 of its 13 points. a
Kinnick Bags Three
-n the second half, the rest of the
_Iowa men came to life. Kinnick
scared three field goals and a pair of
free- throws to get his eight points
th tenacious Prasse came through

wi h a pair of buckets, and Kenrl y
Su .sens and Joe Van Ysseldyk were
go d for one each.
t was Michigan's first loss on the
Iowa court since 1926.
As evidence of the superb Iowa de-
ft sive play, Michigan was allowed
bu 28 shots in the first period and
th y were able to cash in on but five
o' Lhem.
:ll of the Wolverines but Jim Rae
wvee able to score from the field, Leo
B?, be, with four field goals took sec-
ou honors to Townsend.

His Efforts In Vain

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MICHIGAN WRESTLERS WIN
Michigan's varsity wrestlers de-
feated Ohio State's Buckeyes at
Columbus last night 19 to 10 to
keep their season's slate clean. It
wa he;varsity's fifth win of the
Eeascen against a lone defeat at the
hands of Indiana. Due to unfore-
seen difficulties in Columbus, the
Daily was unable to get any details
ether than the score of the match.
Add ight New
Teamls 'to'3
Golf Schedule
Linksmen To Make FirstI
Southern Trip To Play
Noire Dame Here
Despite prevalent snow and slush.
Coach Ray Courtright and his crew of
mashie wielders are limbering up
their swings these afternoons in the
new nets installed in the basement
of the Intramural Building.
But there is a definite reason be-I
hind these activities, for the Varsity
golf team is faced with the heaviest I
schedule in the sport's history at.
this school.
For the first time, the squad will
take a southern trip during spring
vacation, engaging in six warm-up
tilts before meeting Ohio State at
Columbus in their first Conference
meet.
The trip is expected to be advan-
tageous to the Wolverines as it will
afford them an opportunity to engage
in competition and outdoor practice
which is usually hampered by in-
clement weather conditions here. j
Michigan will encounter the divot-
digging forces of Kentucky, Ten-!
nesse, Clemson, Georgia, Vanderbilt
and Cincinnatti with the Ohio State
match the last one on the trip. }-
In all, eight new opponents havel
been added to the Wolverine docket.j
Those on the southern trip. Notre!
Dame, and Marquette.
1938 GOLF SCHEDULE

Two Good Nichols

Combs And Sparks Stand Out
During Freshman Mat Seas(
By HERB LEV Bill Combs, sensational 155 p
Working in two separate groups, grappler from Tulsa, Okla. In
because of the size of the turnout at daily workouts, Combs has shows
the start of the year, the freshman mercy towards any of Coach K
wrestling squad is nearing the climax Varsity men, regardless of w
of a highly shccessful season. land boasts two victories over;
About 16 of the more experienced land Danner, Michigan's outst
boys have been working out with the ing point gatherer. Last,
Varsity under the guidance of Assist- Bill wow the state A.A.U. title a
ant Coach Port Robertson, with the pounds, defeating Harold Nicho
remainder of the squad practicing the Varsity in the finals.
under Freshman Coach Otto Kelly's Little Tommy Sparks, an
tutelage. Tulsa boy, ranks along with hi
"They're a fine bunch and I would low townsman as a top-flite
not be surprised to see a couple of former. Right now he rates on
real wrestlers develop from among with Johnny Speicher, and shou
them," was Coach Robertson's opm- an able successor to Co-Ca

Jumping Jerusalem!
And We'll Bet Gus Cou fd
SARASOTA, Fla., Feb. 26.- { }-
ounl Gas House Gus, long-legged bullfrog
i the from the Florida Everglades, tontght
tn no claimed a new record for broad jum. p-
Ceen's
eight, Chingh
Har- Clearing the hurdles with the great-
tand- est of ease, Gus leaped nineteen fee,
year, co better a previous reported marh o"
t 145 14 feet established by a California.or
ols of in 1936.
Gus topped the field of 100 ctm-
other peting in Sarasota's second annaai
s fe1- "Frogolympics," a feature of the Pa-
per- geant of Sara De Sota.

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ld beI AMERICANS WIN
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ion 'f the squad. "Spike" when the star 118 pounder I MONTREAL, Feb.
ij, adlining this year's prospects is hangs up his Logs at the end of the York Americans all but elimin :teC

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HAROLD

Leo Beebe dropped in four Las-
kets last night for an eight point
total but his efforts were in vain
as Iowa's unpredictables defeatedI
Michigan's equally erratic quin-
tet 37 to 25 at Iowa City.
Cage Summaries

Iowa (37)
Johnson, f ...............
M ilsap, f ................
Stephens, f ..............
Kinnick, f ...............
Drees, c.................
Plett, c ..................
Suesens, g ...............
Van Ysseldyk, g ..........
Prasse, g .................
Hohenhorst, g ...........
Totals ................
Michigan (25)
Thom as, f ...............
Slavin, f...............
Townsend, f . .............
R ae, c ...................
Sm ick, c .................
Beebe, g .................
Fishman, g.............
Dobson, g ................
Palmer, g ..............
Trosko, g ...............

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..1 0
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..2 0
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April
April
April
April
April
April
April

9-at Kentucky
11-at Tennessee
12-at Clemson
13-at Georgia
15-at Vanderbilt
16-at Cincinnati
18-at Ohio State

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Totals ................
Halftime scores-Iowa 1
gan 13.

Personal fouls-Stephens 2, Drees
2, Suesens, Prasse 4, Thomas, Town-
send 2, Smick, Beebe 3, Dobson.
Free throws missed-Drees, Sue-
sens, Thomas, Townsend, Rae.
Referee, John Getchell (St. Thom-
as); umpire, John Schommer (Chi-
cago).
Wings' Reputation
As Money Players
Is Now At Stake
DETROIT, Feb.-( P)-The in-and-
out Detroit Red Wings, Stanley Cup
hockey champions for the past twoj
years, face a stern test of their repu-
tation as "money players" next week.
Victors in only nine games this sea-
son, the Detroiters need to win a
majority of their remaining contests
to retain a chance to edge out Chi-
cago's Blackhawks and gain a place
in the post-season playoffs for the
ancient cup they now proudly possess.
Montreal'shCanadiens, three-time
victims of the Red Wings this sea-
son, come to Detroit's home ice to-
morrow. Goalie Norm Smith has
blanked the Flying Frenchmen in
their last two meetings.
The- real trouble starts Tuesday
night, when Detroit ' tackles the
league-leading Boston Bruins at Bos-
ton. On Thursday the Red Wings
must face the second-place Rangers
at New York, then return to Detroit
to play the Bruins again on Sunday,
March 6.

April 23-Michigan State, here
April 25-Wayne (course
undecided).
April 30-at Indiana
May 2-at Purdue
May 5-Wayne (course undecided)
May 7-Illinois, here
May 9-Northwestern, here
May 14-at Michigan State
May 16-Notre Dame, here
May 21-at Marquette
May 23, 24-Conference Meet (at
Minneapolis).
W.A.A. SCHEDULE
Badminton: 7:30 to 9 p.m. Wed-
nesday, Barbour Gymnasium.
Basketball: Club basketball:
Jane Dunbar vs. Helen Wolf, 4:30
p.m. Tuesday; Louise Barr vs. Joan
Bevington, Gene McCoy vs. Sally
Connery, 5:10 p.m. Tuesday; Mar-
ian Marsh vs. Joan Bevington,
4:30 p.m. Thursday; Jane Dunbar
vs. Gene McCoy, 5:10 p.m. Thurs-
day ,Barbour Gymnasium.
Bowling: Intramural tourna-
ment; 4 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.
tomorrow through Friday, 3 to 5
p.m. Friday, W.A.A. Building.
Dance: 7:30 p.m. Thursday,
Barbour Gymnasium.
Fencing: 4:30 p.m. Thursday,
Barbour Gymnasium.
Rifle: 3to 5 p.m. tomorrow and
Wednesday, 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursday, W.A.A. Building.
Swimming: 4 p.m. tomorrow and
Wednesday, Union pool.

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Navy 66; Army 44.
Purdue 50; Indiana 36.
Columbia 48; Dartmouth 37.
Pennsylvania 40; Harvard 35.
Yale 39; Georgetown 38.
Cornell 43; Princeton 42.
Minnesota 38; Chicago 27.
Rochester 34; Oberlin 30.
Baltimore 43; Catholic U. 35.
Wooster 70; Otterbein 42.
Manhattan 34; Fordham 31.
Kansas 50; Nebraska 47.
Oklahoma 35; Iowa State 32.
Xavier 40: Loyola (Chi.) 27.
Oklahoma Aggies 43; Washington
U. 36.
Cincinnati 38; Miami 29.
Notre Dame'49; Colgate 38.
Pitt 36; Carnegie Tech. 30.
Penn State 38; Syracuse 32.
Tulane 41; Louisiana State 39.
Rice 54; Baylor 47.
Detroit Tech 34; Toronto 24.
TRACK
Purdue 47; Northwestern 39.
Butler 62%; Western State 32%?.
Wisconsin 57; Minnesota 24.
Michigan Normal 85; Ohio Wes-
leyan 19.
Drake 52; Notre Dame 52.
SWIMMING
Ohio State 70; Wayne 14.
Minnesota 56; Wisconsin 28.
Princeton 52; Navy 23.
Dartmouth 42; Army 33.
Northwestern 52; Illinois 32.
Kentucky 39; Loyola 27.
HOCKEY
Chicago 3; Illinois 1.
Army 2; Cornell 1.
Harvard 5; Yale 4.
Dartmouth 4; Princeton 1.
WRESTLING
Northwestern 24; Purdue 6.
Chicago 22%; Grinnell 9%.
Michigan State 15%2; Brown 14%.
PRO HOCKEY
N.Y. Americans 5; Montreal 1.
N.Y. Rangers 4; Toronto 2.
Pittsburgh 1; Syracuse 0.
Cleveland 3; Springfield 2.
Philadelphia 5; Providence 2.
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Purdue WhipsIp
Indiana,50-36; p
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Leads__ig T
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M11innesota rTakes Seventh
Cane sIn 0w 1Beating
Chicago,_38-27
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Feb. 26.-
(.UP)-Purdue's Boilermakers barged
into first place in the Big Ten bas-
ketball Conference here tonight as
they turned in a 50 to 36 victory over
their old rivals from Indiana Univer-
sity before 5,000 fans.
The victory gave the Boilermakers
eight victories as against two losses.
Nor thwestern, idle tonight, has won
seven and lost two.
Purdue, led by its sharpshooting
j forward, Jewell Young, was steaming
hot tonight while Indiana barely was
on speaking terms with the basket.
Young, who has scored twenty
points in each of his last two previous
games missed that figure by only one
point tonight and he was out of ac-
tion for ten minutes of the contest.
Indiana, already crippled by the in-
eligibility of Jim Birr and the illness
of Capt. Joe Platt, was handicapped
still further in the second half when
Marvin Huffman and Jay McCreary
went out on personal fouls.
Purdue held Indiana to two field
goals in the first half, piling up a 28
to 12 lead.
GOPHERS TOP MAROONS
CHICAGO, Feb. 26.-(I')-Minne-
I sota's Gophers won their seventh
straight Big Ten basketball game to-
night, defeating Chicago 38 to 27.
The Gophers, remaining in the
Western Conference title fight with a
record of seven wins and three de-
feats, led from the start and were
threatened only on one occasion.
Early in the second half the Maroons
pulled up to trail 23-21, but the Go-
phers then scored eight quick points
and won comfortably.
Minnesota made 14 free throws on
16 attempts while Chicago cashed in
only once in eight chances. Johnny
Kundla was high scorer for the victors
with eight points.
FOOTBALL NOTICE
All football candidates are re-
quested to bring their spring class
programs to me. Also, those can-

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Once again there is no outstanding
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ips the beam at somewhat less than
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