MONDAY, DEC. 13, 1937 T HE M I C H IGAN DA I LY
Redskins Defeat Bears 28 To 21
[inproved Varsity Meets
McMaster University Six
In beating Brantford A.C. Saturday
night by a 2-1 score the Michigan
hockey team demonstrated beyond
any doubt that it's on the upswing.
All the faults that were so apparent
in the two earlier games this season
were almost entirely eliminated in
. McMaster University of Hamilton,
Ontario, when it comes here tomor-
row night to meet the Wolverines, will
find an awaiting team which is sure
to be up to or above the level it set
against Brantford. If the former
Dominion intermediate intercollegiate
champions hope to win they will have
to be plenty good.
Balance, Timing Corrected
The off-balance and off-timing
which the Wolverines so glaringly
displayed against London A.C. two
weeks ago were corrected so well that
the front line of Gib James, Smack
Allen, and Johnny Fabello found no
trouble in passing near and around
the goal mouth and in working the
puck in for shots. Only the saves of
the Leaf's goalie kept more points
from being scored against the vis-
itors. The Brantford defense was
consistently pulled out of position and
offered very little resistance to the
fine team-play of the clicking Mich-,
igan forward line.
Another error which was corrected
was backchecking by the forwards.
Captain Bob Simpson and Bucko
Smith found their work much easier
because of the way the wings and
center came back up the ice to take
over their men.
The work of Goalie Spike James
needs no comment.
On only one occasion did Michigan
find it necessary to use a power play,
something which accounted a great
deal for their only defeat by London.
However, the play did not function as
well as it might have and it's likely
that Coach Eddie Lowrey will con-
tinue to work the boys on this detail
in today's light drill.
Schmeling Returns Baugh's Third
To Fight Thomas Period Passes
NEW YORK, Dec. 12.--()-Herr
Max Schmeling, the man who showed Score 3 imes
them Joe Louis could be whipped,
returns to the boxing wars tomor-
row night in a 15-round engage- Slinging Sammy Finishes
ment with Harry Thomas, hard- 17 Out Of 34 Aerials;
hitting Chicago heavy, in Madison;
Square Garden. 15,878 Fans See Game
For Schmeling this is merely the
first of several warm up bouts to gear CHICAGO, Dec. 12.- (A) -The
him for a June title struggle with Washington Redskins, with the sen-
Louis, whom Max kayoed last year, satiohal Sammy Baugh slinging
but it may prove a stiffer test than passes with the bow-and-arrow ac-
a lot of people (Schmeling included) curacy of the first Americans, de-
figure. Thomas is not the best feated the Chicago Bears, 28 to 21
heavyweight in the world, but neith- today to win the National Profes-
er is he anybody's pushover. sional Football League championship.
He is a rugged young man who has Trailing by seven points as the sec-
won 51 of his 56 professional fights. ond half opened, the amazing Baugh
Most of them were against second hurled three spectacular touchdown
and third raters but Harry won 43 of passes in a drive which had the Bears
them via the knockout route. He reeling. And in the closing minutes
has never been knocked down, much of the thrill packed battle witnessed
less knocked out. He is dead game by 15,878 shivering fans, with gross
and socks hard with either fist. receipts of $32,198, Baugh played a
major role in a stout secondary de-
cheyes Promise Chief Threat Revolta Cracks
To Michigan Swim Supremacy Par To Annex
By STEWART FITCh his meligible charges will have to Biltiore Lead
scene changes. square themselves with the faculty.
Ca gers Appear
fense which nullified Chicago's des-
perate efforts to pull out with a tie
Baugh, who came out of Texas
Christian University, recognized as
one of the finest collegiate passers in
years, climaxed his freshmen year in
By BUD BENJAMIN the pro ranks in a fashion which
Monday morning quarterbacking is prompted fans to give him a tre-
rampant today as Michigan basket- mendous ovation as he left the field
ball fans seek an explanation for the in the final minutes. He completed
Wolverines' unimpressive victory over 17 of 34 passes he tried for 352 yards,
Michigan State Saturday night, and ran well the few times he rushed
the ball, once breaking away for 17
The quintet-even in a43 to 40 win yards.
-foel far below expectations. Perhapswo With the frozen field extremely
Pehs ixctationstate was under- slippery, both teams, with all players
rated even after a smashing victory using basketball shoes, resorted large-
last week over Hope College. Or per- Ily to passes when scoring chances'
haps first game nervousness and ten- came, although the first two touch-
sionareveneterouesita- downs were on line smashes. Wash-
ion prevented the are possibiities, ington grabbed an early first period
but none can be pointed out as casual lead, Cliff Battles smashing left
at this stage. pt tackle for seven yards and a touch-
down after one of Baugh's passes had
Defense Poor helped set the stage. Shortly after
During the first half Saturday the Bears, with Bernie Masterson
night, the Wolverines showed flashes shooting a 52 yard pass to Ed Mans-
of the offensive power they had been ke, tied the score on a 10 yard plunge
credited with. Their defense was by Jack Manders. Then the aerial
poor in this stanza, the Spartans bombardment really began.
scoring time and again with their Bears Drive Back
potent rebound game.
Tentcendchage.intThe Bears came driving back in
The scene changed in the second the closing minutes of the opening
period. The defense improved mea- stanza, after Wilson intercepted one
surably and State's backboard game
was stymied on the whole.,The Wol-ondB s overheadsat midfield
verine attack, however, slowed. Manders took a 13 yard pass from
down to a standstill. Three field Masterson and ran 25 yards to score
goals in a half is hardly typical of in a manner which indicated the Red-
a team supposedly Michigan's cal- skins were in for another playoff
ibre. whipping such as they suffered in '36
From a personnel point of view the when, playing as the Boston Cluby
Varsity has plenty of class. Captain they were defeated in the finals by
John Townsend is still a superlative Green Bay.
ball player. His technique has gained Then Baugh, after a comparatively
finesse through experience, and he is dull second period, in which Man-
undoubtedly in for his biggest year. ders missed long field goals attempts,
went to work. The Redskins, after
Rae Shows Well receiving the third period kickoff,
Sophomore Jimmie Rae drew a worked the ball to their own 45.
tough defensive assignment. His job Baugh shot a low, 2,0-yard pass to
was guarding Marty Hutt, State's Wayne Millner, end, and the former
brilliant sophomore forward, and the Notre Dame star raced 35 yards to
pressure was on Jimmie in no uncer- score. Riley Smith, who converted
tain terms. He garnered eight points all extra points, as Manders did for
during the evening, passed well, and the Bears, booted the ball through
showed a lot of natural abiity on of- the uprights to tie the score at 14
fense. to 14.
e Savilla, Ochs
Are Keen's Chief
It is not the lack of material that is
worrying Coach Cliff Keen these days
as he attempts to whip his Varsity
wrestling team into shape, but how
to make best use of the material he
has on hand.
Although there are a host of letter-
men back, the line-up is still far from
set. Especially in the heavier divi-
sions is Keen having trouble selecting
the best men.
One man who seems reasonably
assured of a spot in the starting line-
up. is Don Nichols, sophomore from
Cresco, Iowa, and brother of the
veteran 145 pounder, Harold. How-
ever Keen is not sure whether to use'
Don at his natural, weight, 175 pounds,
or advance him to the heavyweight
class to take the place of "Butch"
Jordan, who has withdrawn from
The development of two men on the
squad, who at the present, can be'
rated as nothing but question marks,
may help Keen decide what to do with
One of these is Joe Savilla, the'
rangy sophomore tackle, from West
Virginia, who although he has never
wrestled before in his life, is showing
exceptional promise for a beginner.
Six foot, three inches tall and weigh-
ing about 195 pounds, he possesses
what Keen terms an ideal build for
wrestling. Although he is probably
too inexperienced at present, Savilla
gives every indication that he will
be a valuable man later on.
The other so-called question mark
on the squad, is Lilburn Ochs. His
case is almost exactly opposite to that
of Savilla. Coming here with a fine
high school and amateur reputation
two years ago, Ochs proved to be one
of the outstanding 175-pound fresh-
man prospects to compete here. How-
ever last year as a sophomore, he
was handicapped by numerous in-
juries, and his performance was a big
Having just completed a strenuous
Junior Varsity football campaign,
Ochs is not in the best wrestling trim'
The back line men didn't approach
their real form. Herm Fishman played
erraticaly. Ed Thomas missed three
easy set-up shots, and Leo Beebe was
too busy watching dangerous George
Falkowski, State ace, to add much to
the team's attack.
All these factors figure promin-
ently in the Varsity's poor showing.
as yet, but showed during the grid
schedule that he is fully recovered
from last year's injuries. If he re-
gains his freshman form, Nichols
could be moved to the heavyweight
class without noticeably weakening
the 175-pound division.
Baugh Clinches It
The Bears then drove 78 yards to
go in front again, Masterson passing
three yards to Manske for a touch-
down. Seconds later, on the first
play after the kickoff, Baugh lined
another pass to Millner who ran 50
yards to score. In the final seconds
of the third period, after his short
passes had the Bears dizzy, Baugh
faded back and passed 20 yards to
Ed Justice, reserve Washington back,
who ran 15 yards for the touchdown
that gave the Redskins victory and a
smashing climax to a late season
drive to the League's eastern division
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