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MARQUETTE .. 39 BALL STATE .. 43 DEFIANCE .... 21I WAYNE.......2.23 FERRIS ........59 C. STATE ..... .38 IOWA STATE .. 41 NO
BUTLER ......32 W. STATE..... .35 ALBION ......24 1 MICH. NORMAL 20 G.R.J.C. .... ..43 LAWRENCE ... 34 KANSAS STATE 30 PE



Michigan Grapplers Drop W restling Meet To Hoosiers,


Hlaak Clinches
Meet With Win
In Fial Maiel
Speicher And Danner Pi
Foes; Don Nichols Wi
In First Varsity Match
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Jan. 8. -
(Special to fthe Daily)-Indiana o
ened its Big Ten wrestling season he
tonight by beating Michigan, th
team which last year broke a Ho
sier victory streak of 22 matches b
a score of 19-13.
Bob Haak, Indiana's 235 poun
wrestler and football tackle, clinche
victory for the. Hoosiers by pinni
Tim fhrd, Michigan reserve .wrestl
for three years making his first tri
in the hevayweight class-last on th
program. Indiana lead, 14-13, go
ing into the final match.
Speicher Wins
Johp Speicher, 118 pound sen
put Michigan out in front by throw
ing Andy Livovich, Indiana sopho
more wrestling his first collegia
match, but Willard Duffy, Big Te
and National A.A.U. champ in thi
126 pound division, threw Michigan
veteran Paul Cameron, in the nex
Joe Roman and Sidney Weiss wo
135 and 145 pound classes for In
diana with decisions over Earl Thom
as and Harold Nichols.
Give And Take
Then it was give .and take, I-ar
land Danner, 155 pounder booste
Michigan's score when he pinne
Tuffy Inman. Sammy Hyde cam
back with decision over Frank Mo
gan, Michigan junior in 165. Do
Nichols, Michigan sophomore mak
ing his first Big Ten appearanc
won the decision over Indiana's vet
eran Chris Traicoff at 175 pounds.
Haak with a 20 pound weight ad
vantage threw Hird. Michigan bea
Indiana 13%/2 to 12% last year.
118 pound class-Speicher (M
threw Livovich I) in 4 ins. 25 sC
126 pound-Duffy () threw Cam
eron (M) in 8 mins. 20 sec.
135 pound-Roman (I) won de
cision over Thomas (M).
145 pound-Weiss (I) won decisio
over Harold Nichols (M).
155 pound-Danner (M) threw In
man (I) in 7 min. 20 sec.
165 pound-Hyde (I) won decisio
over Morgan (M).
175 pound-Nicholas (M) won de
cision over Traicoff ().
Heavyweight-Haak (I) thre
Hird (M) in 7 mins.
Lucky Goal Gives Las
Puck WIn Over Ranger
TORONTO, Ont., Jan. 8.-P)--
lucky goal by Jim Fowler in the dyin
minutes of the game gave the Toront
Maple Leafs a 3-2 victory over th
New York Rangers in a Nationa
Hockey League clash before 13,500
fans here tonight.
Fowler rolle da long, slow shot a
the Ranger cage at 17:38 of the third
period and as Goaier Dave Ker
moved nonchalantly to play the puck
it bounced past his leg and into a
Freshman F it
TP Put Ot Aii
Hampered no little bit by Coach
Vern Larson's recent illness and en-
forced absence from workouts, the
freshmen boxing squad nevertheless is
going ahead with preparations for the
boxing show scheduled for Wednes-

day, January 19, in the Waterman
Gymnasium boxing room.
Coach Larson, recently rated one
of the leading boxing ,instructors in
the country by trainer Roger Wolfe
of the Chicago C.Y.O. ringmen, has
been confined to his room for the past
week but feels that his charges will
put on a good show on the basis of
the progress they had made in work-
outs before Christmas.
Several bouts, with upper-lassmen
as principals, have been added to the
card to assure some real action be-
tween seasoned performers as well as
the slam-bang slugfests expected from
the freshmen novices.
Ann Arbor's "battling brothers,"
Tom and Sam Root, will both have
prominent places on the card. Tom
will meet Don Cash, also a sophomore,
in a light-heavyweight bout while
Sam will tangle with Denny Skriga-
nuk in a welterweight feature. This
Itter bout has been tagged by Coach

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Hawkeyes Trip Watson, Smith
Highly Touted Are To Return
Hoosier Team Next Semester


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himl on the recent trip fromt Butler,.
Mason Still Captain . . . ItrB rgs a Coach Charlie Hoyt breathed easier
MICHIGAN'S trace squad mt tyes-i dhr-yesterday afternoon when it became
terday afternoon and decided that bor at 5-something in the morning, As Purdue Easily Stops certain that his number one sprinter,
the late Steve Mason would remain an.di most of the boys preferred play- -11j(.lt( .2 Alan Smith, and versatile shot put]
its honorary captain. To 'determine gin hearts to sleep, especially since I'champion Bill Watson would be avail-1
active captains during the season their repose would be interrupted at CHICAGO, Jan. 8,A---(')-Purdue's able to his 138 trak tea ro
Coach Charley Hoyt let his men draw such an early hour anyhow. But basketball machine sputtered for a Smith, an outstanding performer i;
lots and the leaders and their meet Russ enjoys relaxation and hopped few minutes tonight and then went in the sprints and broadjump, left;
follow: nito his berth. About three o'clock'! into high gear to bowl over the Chi- school early in the semester and a
Indoors: 1lie stuck his head out and asked Leo cago Maroons 5 to 34 few weeks later emulated Jesse Ow-
Walt Stone, Butler. Beebe the time. "We're coming in- After several long basket b ens, his eminent predecessor on the
Chuck Miller, Ohio State. to. Ann Arbor," gagged Beebe, and the Lounsbury and Eggeneyer had kept Big Ten cinder paths, when he took
Jim Kingsley, Michigan State. other fellows, quick to catch on, busied Chicago on fairly even terms with the vows of holy matrimony.t
Outdoors: themselves to sustain the impression. Chi Bonfairl evng te g Watson, being of no matrimonial
Fred Martin, Ohio State. tmselvesthee Boilermaers. during thedopenn turn of mind, gave financial difficul-1
John Townsend, Illinois, Indiana.,Dobson jumped out of his berth, found the hoop range, and from that ties as his reason for dropping his
At the end of the season, an hon- whipped on his clothes, pushed his: poit on the Maroons never had a studies just before Thanksgiving. Het
orary captain will be chosen from the laundry ifito valise and dashed to- chance. has continued to work out with the
outstanding men to succeed Mason. ward the end of the car, ready *or At the half the Boilermakers led Wolverines while holding down a job
exit. He finally heard the muffled 26 to 1~ and as Young, high scorer and it now appears that he has ac-
R USS DOBSON, reserve cager who laughter and realized he'd . been f last season's Big Ten title chase, quired the necessary wherewithal to1
scorns the barber, is a bit piqued duped. And two hours of precious continued to sink. shots from all re-enter the University second semes-
at his mates because they hoaxed shut-eye was lost' ...te. anes, his team built up a Also be
-- - -- -of 44 to 22. Purdue then used nu-! . Also brightening the Hoyt outlook
:g l .merous reserves who permitted Clh'- in the sprints, was the return of
They Threw Him lit The Jag . ..(Frn Wiksotcyspetr
cago to pull up slightly. foank Wki o s orcedot
A MEMORY: As a young hillbilly we were steeped in unbecoming idolatry. BADGERS TRIP GOPHERS f'tm a wo musle.cA or.
and strangely that idolatry spawned an early disrespect for jail guards. MADISON, Wis., Jan. 8.-IP)Wis-
especially did we worship major league baseball players, each of whom wore cousin defeatled Minnesota tonzht, 35 t ye in Mihigans star sprt ciw
to 28. in a tensely fought basketball!ls er Vlisnsoe rms
glowing halos and roosted atop untouchable pedestals. So when the coal- ;am be a rowd f o kf improvement under Hoyt tutelage
fields oiganized a semi-pro league and contracted seferal broken down idols, The defeat put Minnesota's fast will be a bolster to the shaky sprint
whose pictures--plucked off a piece of penny taffy-we cherished, our ex- team off to a bad start in the Big Tensituation
uberance became unbridled. And though climbing over a tall fencecrowned campaign. The Gophers were co- Smith should prove one of Michi-
with menacing barbed wire, often meant deniolition of good trousers, and ::hanipions with Illinois last year. It ;an's most consistant point winners
sometimes a few healthy belt lashes, nothing daunted us. It meant catching was Wisconsin's first victory in two idoors. Durig the last idoor sea-
a gander of "Bullet Joe" Bush or "Shuffling Phil" Douglas, that renegade of C enfeicse starts. e pl owe rSto erofCofer-
the Giants' dugout in John McGraw's heyday, and any price was worth Iugh scorer of the game was
iCh, iles Jones. center, who made Wis- rgan and Grieve of Illinois at the Big
that. But back to the jail guards. lCl's firs et p to ae a Ten Indoor Meet and the Butler
One day, the news spread about town that "Shufflin' Phil" had been dtue Badgers never relinquished.y
head teBdesnvrReiqihd elays. Stoller and Grieve have both I
pinched in a night raid and was confined to the local bastille. It cut deep j His game total was 11 points. Three gone the way of all seniors, leaving
into our boyish sentiment, and we walked down to the clipk for a misty Minnesota 1Layers, Manly, Spear and Smith a shot at the indoor crown,
glimpse of our abused hero. A sharp flash of memory recalls the big idol, Dick, set their pace at 5 points each. presuming that he hits or betters his
his face aglow in an alcoholic flush, reeling against the bars, muffling con- I1OOSI IRS FALLo copped one title, the shot
tempt for his oppressors, a dazed look of bewilderment for the dusty young- IOWA CITY, Ia, Jan. 8.--P>- Wtsnolrpad oe trtlduth shot
sters who had come to stare in awe. He represented to us the combined flashing a brilliant offensive punch, and discuss titles outdoors render-
injustices of cops and judges, and though we didn't think in such big the University of Iowa basketball ing his loss to any track team a blow
words then, Lhey would have been labelled, "dirty iconoclasts" today. But team scored a surprise victory over of catastrophic proportions.
Indiana tonight. 48 to 39, in its first___
somehow, an irreparable blow had been dealt that deep-seated idolatry, and Bi n ge of t on.
we were hurt. A short while later, we sold our album of big league playersBAcrowd of000 saw the o awkeyesTsorkr
for a cheap hair of dime-store handcuffs.grab an early Icad througn the ef-

From the original turnout of ap-
proximately forty freshmen hockey
aspirants, Coach Eddie Lowrey has se-
lected twelve yearlings to continue
practicing for the rest of the puck
season. It is hoped that from this
squad several outstanding players will
develop for future varsity competition.
Included in the group is Erwin Cla-
hassey, a promising goalie, who is
now a sophomore, but is ineligible for
varsity play as last year he attended
the University of Alaska, and al-
though a first year man, he was regu-
lar net minder on that school's team.
His home is in Detroit. Jim Tobin
who was chosen on the Detroit all-
city hockey team is also a member of
the squad.
Other men working out include Jim
Anderson, Windsor, Ontario, Stan
Botwinik, New Haven, Conneticut,
Fred Heddle, Ann Arbor, Herb Kilner,
Detroit, and Jim Lovett, Detroit.
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.ake Never Off...

-.ye ase a coa.
THERE WAS no congestion in the Michigan last night and
Illinois dressing quarters after last some interesting data f
nights cage treat, and handsome, back home.
mild - mannered Doug Mills, Illini THE SIX DAY bike rid
coach, had no complaints. He re- , around the wooden s
iterated what he told us earlier in the denly, the crowd gaspe
afternoon, "They had too much height the peddlers had suffer
for us." It was big Jake's night, we spill, and the trainer sen
suggested. He was "on." and Mills ate stooge out to learn
smid andreplied. "That .fellow never pened. In a moment h

- -forts of Benny Stephens, star R
1 diminutive ward. The Iowans were never bei
ch, scouted after the opening minutes of play.
should have I - -
or the boysU S, ,A.Lists
tiers, whirled
aucer. Sud- Ex-Wolverme
d. One of s
ed a nasty Golf
t his illiter- On Gol Teat
what hap-
he returned,,


So (a rab Open Lead
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 8.-(P)-Jim-
my Thomson continued spectacular
golf today, shooting a su par 66 for'
a 36-hole total of 131 to "grab undis-
puted lead in-khe $1,060 Los Angeles
Open Golf Tournament.
The Shawnee-on - the - Delaware
professional put together nine hole
scores of 31-35 for a score six shots
under par 72 for the Harding course.
His 65v esterdav alsV was six un'der!

has an of'nightaghast: "Boss," he cried, t'ink NEW YORK Jan. 8.-tiP-The par for the Wilson course, companion
ie's got confusion of the brain!" United States Golf Association today out of the Griffith Park Golf
Mills needn't have too many regret It was the same man who sat in the named a 1938 Walker Cup golf team Links.
Spor'aiseothjobund whzeniuitretundidableachers under a broiling sun and of nine players and two alternates toa
praiseworthy job and when it returned said: "Jeez, but this heat sophisti- be captained by Fancis Ouim With a number of rankg con-
to the floor in the second half and said: m!n adopted a one-year modification of thders still out, but none liable to
tallied nine points in hasty succession aTs .catchThomson. Lloyd Mangrum of
aDOTS AND DASHES-MA Indiana~ the stymie rule.Thmo.LydMnrm f
e Michigan's chances, at least in the student walked into a Bloomington The make-up of the team which Dayton, Ohio, with a 68-70-138, was
l press box, dwindled alarmingly. music store and asked for a "Don will meet the British at St. Andrews, closest to the front
We hope the Illini recuperate suf- Lash record." . . . A Chicago cager Scotland, June 3-4 occasioned little
ficiently to trip Purdue Monday night, was halted in the heat of a game and ! 'surprise. In addition to Ouimet, Bos-
t If neither Michigan or Minnesota, or told: "Your nose is bleeding!"I ton veteran who has been a member
: the team you like, hopes to cop a title, ,"Where?" he inquired . . . The James of ea('h l sUad since the mnatches were
r those speedway bipeds from Lafayette hockey clan played last night with !ai g19ated in 1922, the nen invited
will have to be knocked off. And the a few personal accoutrements, Gib Ito be on the team were:
Wolverines should be careful not to I using a thick rubber shock absorber Jolu y Goodman of Omaha, Nebr.
suffer a relapse Monday night against against his warped ankle. Biowso Aouh mpieN ry
3ASNTBAATQURNAMENT ner-up to Goodman at Portland, Ore..
ers Are Ready ST Rlast August; Johnny Fischer of Cin-i
The women's intramural basketball cinnati, 1936 title-holder and 1937
tournament, which has not been 'enii-finaIist: Marvin (Bud) Ward of
iiiaj Joxili" TiO piayed this wcek lecause cxtra bad- ' Olympia,. Wash.: Reynolds Smith.
'rn mittor, coort* arc being piDallas. Twx.: ired Iaas, Jr., of New
___n o cor(rIt --osrbn p tezlcans, Inteircollegiate c hampion :
Wallach. These two, who weigh in at Baruiour Gymnasium floor. w-:ill be re- Charles (Chuck) Koe sis of Detroit
around 160 pounds, are well versed sumed next week. and Charles R Yates cf Atlanta. Ga
zn hzc. YtsoAtat.G. in the scientific aspect of the game,_________-
and should offer an entei'taining pei-
In the only heavyweight contest;OF
scheduled on the card, Bob ThalnerComplcI(-' rainig :#
'40, will meet Claire Bell of the fresh- BALLET -u T"E -'TAu ACT
men,' a big and willing worker who
has developed a wicked punch under Children, Beginners, l dvanced and Professional Classes
the tutelage of Coach Larson. With Private Lessons in Ballroom
two such devastating punchers facing
each other it is more than likely that Phone 8006 or 7227 320 South Main Street
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