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Michigan Icers Stop

ec , 2-1, To clamp State Title

Prayer Out ..
LIKE buttoned shoes, Prohibition
and the dodo bird, "Michigan"
football passes finaly into the limbo
of the obsoete. And unless the i-
reverent neurotics who peddle half-
truths and run the government in
the smoky back room, have altered
their formula,' they will greet the de-
mise with such an indignant rasp as,
"Ain't it a doity shame!"
Yesterday, they described the
Michigan system as outmoded,
20 years behind the streamlined
offerses of this era. Today, they
lament in a manner which re-
calls the maudlin Sweeney at the
funeral of his avowed enemy,
Murphy. A friend tried to console
Sweeney by telling him that
Murphy would laugh uproarious-
ly if he knew Sweeney was cry-
ing like a big baby. Whereupon
Sweeney paused a moment,
looked at Murphy's bier and said,
"Yeh, but lie don't know it."
Then be resumed his bawling.
When Fritz Crisler selects his line
coach, whether it be Mike Getto, or
some other non-Michigan man, the
old influence will be gone. No one
then associated with the. Varsity
squad can be accused of being in a
rut from which there's no escape.
Maybe even the old slogan will be
displaced by a "punt, pass and pro-
gress'' saw, consigning the "prayer"
to a more proper department, as the
church. for example.
/1A nclor man Ilriti ..
rJOM H ARMON can run like a
striped .iackass, if anyone
had any doubts about it. In the
intrafraternity relay race during
the Ohio State-Michigan meet
Saturday, Harmon, running as
anchorman for the Phi Delts, lost
his opponents in acloud of dust.
The De Correvont of his high
school days, Varimen was the
storm center of the "Tulane Ex-
pose" during Michigans hectic
football situation last fall.
In the relay, Harmon received the
baton from Frater Bob Cooper, who
won the Chicago Alumni Award as a
freshman and who was touted as
the panacea for Michigan's grid de-
pression. That arouses the hope that
Harmon doesn't get that award this
spring, because it has developed a
"jinx" aspect. Something always
happens to the winner of it. John
Jordan faded, and Cooper had to
quit because of injuries. Only Fred
Trosko, of the recent recipients, sr -
vived the bugaboo.
BILLY QUAYLE, the Buckeye
sophomore who beat Capt.
Ed Kirar in the 100-yard free
style event down at Columbus
with a :52.5, rivals Stepin Fetchit
when not competing. IHis greatest
ambition is to recline under a
large tree with plenty of shade
and let the passing travail take
care of itself. To repeat a legend,
it is said he enrolled in Ohio
State because he heard the coach
had a large, comfortable sofa in
his office. Ben Grady told us
Quayle was undecided whether to
enter Michigan or Ohio State,
and flipped a coin to solve it.
Matt Mann's faith in a twirling
dime must have. diminished ap-
preciably, if the story be true.
*,* *
LEROY WEIR, Michigan's squash
champion, who has returned
from a round of tourney in Detroit
and the East, was absent from tennis
practice last week because his studies
demanded attention. Weir is doubling
as coach and student.

)ots and P.aslcs: Iloosiers,
Junie Andres and Bill .Johnson,
were interviewed on an Indiana
radio program, Wednesday and
each named as the toughest op-
ponent of their entire playing
careers-John Townsend, who
played against them at Tech
Hligh in Indianapoliis...

F .-- -

Allen Injured;
Cook Drives In
Winning Tally
IRolghhllse Simack Ost
After Crash With- Wall
I Reopens Scalp Injury
I~ "% Tl"rfT MI h0 lt

Hits Wall

Natators SeekI
Revenge Here
A( ainst O.S.U.
3ucks Favored In Return
Swiaem Ma tchilt'omorrow.
First Event At 4:00

Week-End Sees Puck, Mat, Tank,
Track Teams Win; Cagers Lose

!J'orstIBuck Mat Loss
P eturning from a victorious match
with Ohio State on Saturday night,
Coach Cliff Keen gave his Varsity
wrestlers a rest before starting finall
preparation for their match with
Ohio University this week, followedI

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HOUGHTON, Feb. 28.- (A: - jMichigan'sdetswimechain-a
University of Michigan won the i idby the Big Ten meet March 11 and 12.1
Umtiy coe hckey cmon-thepions will attempt to regain their pe- Lead by Co-captains John Speicher
mythical college hockey chiampion- destal of prominence tomorrow after- and Earl Thomas, the Wolverines
ship of the state tonight by defeat- 5;.noon when they clash with t er- ad Erl their worst defeat
ing Michigan Tech, 2-1. at the Am- State Buckeye natators who conquered of the season when they downed them
straight. vitory i thgf'sr-game them a week and a half ago. by a score of 192 to 102. Paul
a ystraight victory in the four-game t 1 aeo t16pudToa n
series. The finale will be played here The meet will commence at 4 p.m. Caeron at 126 pounds, Thomas in
Wednesday night. Mike Peppe's "Invincible Armada," the 13 iviion, and sophomors Don
The Wolverines grabbed the lead confident after a clean-cut victory Nichols fighting at 175 pounds, all
in the second period on a fluke shot. against Michigan in its home Waters, won their matches by virtue of a pin.
Fabello knocked the puck from be- will invade the Intramural Pool to The outstanding match of the eve-
hind the Tech net and it struck an- meet a foe smarting from the in- ning was the Harold Nichols, of
other player in front of the cage, juries dealt to its pride in the last Michigan, versus Mindli, of the
bounding into the twine. s encbunter. Buckeyes, in which neither was de-
Long Drills cared winner after going into an
The Huskies' lone tally came at the ~ Capt. Ed Kirar and company have overtime period.
4:10 mark in the third session when b
Pekkala scored from right wing on' - been putting in long work-outs and
Pekara'sored fr rigt win on be at full strength for the all- s I
McCarthy's pass. Michigan's win- DE'. ,it '[tI
ning goal was scored five minutes s
later when Cook beat Goalie Gustaf- Skipper Peppe, the Ohio aggrega- Swimming-Mannmen won their
son from scrimmage near the Tech tion's able leader will use a trio of fifth victory capturing five firsts
net. Michigan touted iermen i the first skirmish, against Iowa in the Intramural pool
Allen, Michigan center, was ns ured last night in the 300-yard medley race. Intercol- before a capacity crowd. Wolverine
to leave the game in the third period the Michigan-Michigan Tech hock- legiate champion Bill Neunzig will Capt. Ed Kirar led his mates with a
when he crashed into the boards at ey game. This rugged sophomore's paddle the back-stroke, Conference record-equalling and a record-break-
the end of the rink, receiving a scalp play has stood out all through the runner-up in 1937. Al McKee. will ing performance in two races. Kirar
wound which required medical at- year, climaxed by scoring iour sprint the breast-stroke. and the tied the pool and Conference marks
tention. goals in the recent Minnesota game. amazing Bill Quayle, will plow into with a :23.4 50-yard effort, surpassed
HOCKEY SUMMARIES !-the finish line at the anchor lap. This the I-M pool standard in the ceni-
Michigan Fos Mich. Tech. trio is favored to give the Ohio dread- tury, finishing in :53 flat.
E. James ......G .... . Gusta fson -e r rs .of nought a victory. The effects of long ti'avel told on
S.D.Alvord A pair of reliable "seamen" will put hitherto "Tireless Tom" Haynie when
impson ... D.. . . McIntyre lCoach Mann's Michigan galleon in le lost a 2:16.5 220 to Christains of
Alltn C.. ..D.. McCarhy the lead with places in the 220-yard Iowa. Haynie came back to nose out
. James ......F. .........Stack ATrace, and two more aquatic-minded the Iowan in a quarter mile thriller.
abJo..s....F........Pekkala " Wolverines will add to the home Arnie Christen, blond Iowa diver,
Michigan Spares-Cook, Doran, C. team's margin of comfort with 50- gave the best of four shoddy exhibi-
Michigan ecs-Cawikiend, ddashtallies. The four able- tion in that event to eke out a two-
Chase, Hillberg, Chadwick.By STEWART F1TCH bodied men are Tom Haynie, Ed Hut- point victory over Michigan diver
Michigan Tech Spares-Villeneuvecheus, Ed Kirar and Walt Tomski. Ferstenfeld.
Walsh, J. Hascall, Briden. Muscles creaked and eyes grown aBack Divers Tops Sophomore Johnny Haigh had too
First Period bit rusty from disuse sharpened up . .
Scoring-None. Penalties--McCar- yesterday afternoon as a mixture of The visitors are assured of the two much for the visitors as he sped to a
thy, fighting; G. James, fighting; G. Varsity and Freshman baseball slug- top positions in the fancy diving ------------
James, holding. gets lined up to take their cut at the event in which Al Patnik and Jim ARMSTRONG FLATTENS BURNS
Second Period slants dished up by the pitchers Patterson, two of the nation's top: MINNEAPOLIS. Feb. 28.-(IP) -
Scoring--Fabello 4:50. Penalty- Coach Ray Fisher has had in train- ranking performers, will represent the Henry Armstrong, world's feather-
Hillbcrg, tripping. ing for the last few weeks. Buckeyes ofl the high diving board. weight champion, made it 34 knock-
Hiliberg, tripping. 1 ~~~Patnikhaamzdsetorwi.+
Third Period . With the nets completely surround- a ias amazed spetators with outs out of his last 35 starts by put-
Scoring--Pekkala (McCarthy) 4:10: ing the small area, it was a bit liffi- his graceful splashless" dives, and is ting away Charley Burns of Johns-
Cook 9:50. Penalties--none. cult to ,judge the quality of the bat- a sure bet to awe the audience at the town, Pa., in the second round of
Referee--Al Jacobson, Marquet te. ted balls but a few of them appeared I-M pool tOmOrrOS their scheduled 10 round non-titl
to be labeled for extra bases. Don Billy Quayle, twice the conqueror fight here tonight.
Brewer dus his toes in and blasted of Ed Kirar, will renew relations with
a couple high in the upptr corner of Ihe Wolverine captam in the 1-y10 ard BASKETBALL SCORES
Four rce Krraternenity.,okizgfo
! the nets as did Forrest Evashevski, race. Kirar has becn working for Ohio State 41, Northwestern 36.
now a first semester sophomore ;nd this race, and the pool record which Wisconsin 34, Indiana 32.
Teams1 ii Icatching prospect. he set last Friday Minnesota 30; Iowa 29.

victory in the breast-stroke. Michi-
gan's 400-yard relay quartet avenged
a loss in the medley race' with a runa-
way triumph in the free-style event.
Uninspired Inaccuracy
Inaccurately described as "concien-
tious but uninspired" in pre-meet
stories, Ohio State two-miler, Paul
Benner ran a concientious and in-
spired race to defeat touted Michigan
two-miler, Ralph Schwarzkopf by five
yards, create a new Field House rec-
ord of 9:19.7 for the distance.
Just as concientious but not so in-
spired were Benner's Buckeye team-
mates who tallied 40 points while
Wolverine cindrmen were amassing
55 giving the revamped Michigan
team their second topheavy dual meet
victory, a bright outlook for the Big
Ten indoor championships at Chi-
cago, March 1L.
Season's First First,
Michigan's first Big Ten first of the
year came Saturday night when
Smack Allen scored four goals against
Minnesota to defeat the Gophers'
hockey team 5-3. Winning gave
Michigan a tie for the Conference
crown with Minnesota.
It gave Minnesota a serious defen-
sive blow in the loss of 'the guardian
of its most vital department, the nets.
Goalie Earl Petrich suffered a frac-
tured skull when he couldn't gt out
of the way of a long distance shot
driven from the stick of Johnny
Fabello. The inexperienced Bill
Bredesen who subsituted proved no
bulwark against the onslaught of Al-
len, Gib James and Fabello as three
goals were chalked up on: him.

CChi PsiEnters
Hockey Finals
Her) Kilner's The eGoals
Bring Defeat To Trigon
Cheered on by Chi Psi's noisy root-
ing section of a half dozen spectators,
Herb Kilner performed the well-
known hat-trick last night, enabling
Chi Psi to eke out a 3-2 win over
Trigon in the semi-finals of the In-
terfraternity Hockey League.
The battle started out at a fast,
high scoring pace, four goals being
chalked up in the first five minutes.

Eugene Klein bagged the first mark-
er of the evening in the opening
minute of play when he rounded the
defense and .sent a low shot past
goalie Brown of the. Chi Psi sextet.
Kilner Retaliates
Seconds later, Kilner retaliated
with the first of his three goals, shoot-
ing the puck just inside the post of
the Trigon net. Several plays later, he
gave his team a momentary lead by
flipping' a high shot that caught the
far corner of the opposing goal.
Dick McGarth, burly defenseman of
the Trigon squad put his fraternity
back in the running with a solo dash
down the left wing, outmaneuver-
ing the defense and slipping the puck
past the Chi Psi goalie.
This ended the scoring until mid-
way in the final stanza when Kil-
ner snared the deciding tally while
both teams were a man shy, Mc-
Grath and Lillie having been penal-
ized for roughing.
Lovett Hot
Although he did not score, Jim
Lovett played a stand-out game for
Trigon, consistently, breaking up
rushes and often leading dangerous
offensive attacks into* Chi Psi terri-
On Thursday night, Trig6n will
meet the winner of the Phi Kappa
Psi-Sigma Phi game, which will be
played tonight, for the fraternity
championship. The victory will en-
counter the independent winners for
the campus hockey crown.


.5th Loss, 5th Place
As unpredictable as the local'
j weather, Michigan's-traveling basket-
ball team slumped again Saturday
night to drop a 37-25 decision to
Iowa's in-and-outers.
It was the Wolverines' fifth loss in
10 Conference games and relegated
them to a tie for fifth place in the Big
l Ten standings,
The oft. fouled Michigan captain,
John Townsend, was held to two bas-
kets by Iowa's Erwin Prasse but add-
ed five fouls for nine points,
Benny Stephens, the' lawkeyes
crack shot forward, rang in seven
baskets and two fouls for 16 points
to lead the scorers.

-JL -ML JIKJIL Jw- .41 1 -


CenlIer Gedeon, who has definitely
P lcIy&) decided to hang up his running shoes,
after the indoor track season is con-
Theta Xi will meet Alpha Delta eluded in order to cover the first base
Phi, and Sigma Nu faces Chi Psi, in sector for the nine, took a few min-
the semi-final round of the fraternity utes off from his track duties to pick
'A' basketball league. The two win- up a few batting pointers from Coach
ners will play for the title, as a fea- Fisher.
ture of the annual Intramural Open Doing most of the work in the box
House, March 16. were Tom Netherton, one of the ace
Chi Psi, defending champions. hurlers on the Frosh nine last spring
gained a place in the round of four 1 and Ed Andronick, reserve from last)
by nosing out a fighting Alpha Tai year's Varsity. Both were making
Omega quintet, 12-10. Leading the good use of a slow-breaking curve)
victors was big Ed Greenwald, who but neither bore down against the
caged 10 of his team's 12 points. Bill relatively green batsmen.
Black and Ted Fraser were Alpha Many Absent
Tau's best bets. Les Brauser and Forest Evashevski
A desperate last-minute rally gave did work behind the plate and will
Theta Xi a 10-7 victory over Psi continue to do so until Leo Beebe,
Upsilon. Behind 7-6 with hardly a veteran from last year's squad, con-
minute to play, Paul Simpson sunk cludes his activities with the cage
two consecutive baskets from in close, team.
to spell victory for his team, and A large number of prospects, both
cinch a coveted semi-final berth. Paul veterans and new 'men, still have not
Keller, Psi Upsilon's lanky center was reported for practice but are ex-
his team's chief threat, and led both pected out within a few days. Notably
teams in scoring with five points. absent are the candidates for the
Simpson, his brother Clarence, and first base post, only Howard "Hank"
Ted Black, divided the victor's tal- Greenberg being on hand at the
lies. present time.

118: Speicher M ) defeated Var-
ney (O.S.)
126: Cameron (M) pinned Hind-
marsh (O.S.)
135: Thomas M) pinned Tuckey
145: H. Nichols (M) and Mindlin
(O.S.) drew in overtime.
155: Meyer (O.S.) defeated Danner

Purdue 64; Chicago 33.


Boehm (O.S.) defeated Tasch
D. Nichols (M ) pinned Hucid-

son (O.S.)
Hvywt; Downes (O.S.) defeated
Hird (M).
340 South State

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Half time score: Michigan 14, Illinois
Personal fouls: Townsend 2, Thomas



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