W I NDAY, JAN. 10, '19".2
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
~UNDiiY, JAN. 16, 1938 Pft(~E THREE
..... 32 PURDUE ...... 10 ILLINOIS ..... 51 HI (1O STATE .. 48 NOTRE DAMNEi . 47 SY-RAI.S .
..... 29 WISCONSIN . . . 34 CH1CAGO . . ... 34 IOWA ........ 29 KENTUCKY . . . 37 1MI(Ii. STATE
59 OhIo U....... . PENN
416 1 T'0l1)() U. . . . 48 NAVY.
In Final Half To
In Last Stanza
He's Still Doing It!
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By IRVIN LISAGOR
With 12 Points;
Pearls Of Wisdom .. .
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and the Michigan team leading 31
to 13, Roy Gustafson, a third-string
center, counted a free throw for the
Then with less than a minute left
Costney Egan sank the only field goal
made by the Gophers in the second
Michigan's defense in the last
stanza was so closely knitted that the
Gophers had trouble getting beyond
the foul line for shots. They were
forced to resort to one-handed push
shots from almost midway out in the
court, or long shots from farther out.
Townsend ,f ....
Thomas, f .......
Wood, f ...........
Rae, c ...........
Fishman, g...... .
Beebe, g ...... .
Pink, g .........
Dobson, g ........
Kundla, f .........
Addington, f ......
Halverson, f ......
Gustafson, c ....
M aki, g ......... .
Rolek, g .........
Dick, g ..........
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Score at half: Michigan 11, Minne-
Personal fouls: Townsend 3, Tho-
mas 3, Rae, Smick, Fishman 3, Beebe
4, Wood; Kundla, Presthus, Manly 4,j
Spear 3, Maki 2, Nash 2.
Free throws missed-Townsend 4,
Thomas 3; Kundla 6, Addington 3,
Spear, Maki, Rolek 3, Johnson 2.
Referee: Nick Kearns (Depauw)
Umpire-Lloyd Larson, Milwaukee.
Tops Boxing Card
Ring fans were assured of a fitting
climax to the great card of bouts
which have been arranged by Coach
Vern Larson for Wednesday after-
noon in Waterman Gym, when Cedric
Sweet, ex-varsity fullback and a fine
boxer, was matched yesterday with
Bob Thalner in a featured heavy-
Sweet and Thalner are both 200
pounders and possess plenty of punch.
Sweet took the bout as a warm-up
for his forthcoming campaign to an-
nex the Ann Arbor Golden Gloves
heavyweight crown which he so nar-
rowly missed gaining last year.
Michigan's incomparable captain,
John Townsend, led the scorers
again last night with 12 points.
It's getting to be a habit with Jake.
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more star, Jack Wolin. Wolin's div-
ing mate, Hanley Staley took second.
Sophomore Johnny Haigh was
clocked in 2:s5' for his specialty the
200-yard breastroke. Wally Creigh-
ton, Michigan senior, placed second.
Ed Hutchens mastered the resistant
surface of the imiiiana pool to come
through a pair of victories in the
middle-distance events. He beat out
his teammate David Holmes twice,
taking the 220-yard swim in 2:19.4,
and the quarter mile in 5:21.
The Wolverines will spend this
week in hard drills, and will take to
the road again for a meet next Sat-
urday with the Spartan swimmers of
300-Yard Medley Relay: Won by
Michigan (Burke, Benham, and,
220-Yard IFree Style: Won by Hut-
chens (M); Holmes (M) second;
Thomas (I) third. Time 2:19.4.
50-Yard Free Style: Won by Tom-
ski (M); Marsh (I) second; Emmett
(M) third. Time 24.1 sec.
Diving: Won by Wolin (M); Sta-
cey (M) second; Feigel (I) third.
100-Yard Free Style: Won by Kirar
(M); Emmett (M) second; Marsh
(I) third. Time 55 sec.
150-Yard Backstroke: Won by
Sauer (M); Burke (M) second; Ja-
cobson (I) third. Time 1:49.4.
200-Yard Breastroke: Won by
Haigh (M); Creighton (M) second;
Feigel (I) third. Time 2:35.
400-Yard Free Style: Won by Hut-
chens (M); Holmes (M) second;
Thomas (I) third. Time 5:21.
400-Yard Relay: Won by Michigan
(Tomski, Kirar, Hutchens and
Holmes). Time 3:47.3.
W ARM BLASTS on a cold day--
Kingfish Levinsky: "I made t'ree hunnerd t'ousan' bucks in de fight
ring. And I ain't got a quarter to show fer it. No sir, not one two-bit piece
left of all dat jack. Not even a copper." (Best remembered for the symphonic
tattoo his knees tapped out the night he froze against Joe Louis, the King
is now rassling for his keep. And he misses every cue!) .
Patricia Dean, the Great Diz's wife: "In fact, we are likely to be pumping
gas instead of playing baseball next summer if that contract doesn't look
good." (Pumping gas will make less wear and tear on both your'n and Diz's
arm, Mrs. Dean).
Mushky Jackson, professional sparring partner and linguist: "I hit 'im
in de cellar plaxiss so hard he got conclusion of de brain....'
Lord Patrick Lansdowne Finnegan, monocle and all: "If you mugs
don't like dis scientific rasslin' we do, you can git yer dough back, and de
m-g-r'll be glad to refund it." . . . (Lord Patrick graduated (we think) from
the Springfield (O.) high school, and his real monicker is Will Finran).
Charlie McCarthy to Falstaff: "As one dummy to another, is that a dimple
or are you hungry?" .. .
Senator Josiah W. Bailey (Dem., N.C.): Referring to the book "America's
Sixty Families,"-"So if you wash you are guilty. If you get into the bathtub
you are condemned ... Above all things, do not bathe. If you bathe, you are
guilty. It evidences a feeling of subconscious guilt, and I understand that
one of the most awful feelings in the world is subconscious guilt." (In that
case, we had Falstaff all wrong from the first).
Jim Farley: "These newspaper reports that I am a candidate for the
Michigan football coaching job are erroneous. I am not a candidate, but
now maybe I have a man who ..."
Hank Greenberg: "I am sick and tired of being Charlie McCarthy to Del
Baker's Edgar Bergen." (There are worse ways of making a living).
Kresge Clerk: "Boy, this John Townsend's sure a comer. He'll go a long
way, won't he?' (Sure, but how about Babe Ruth?)
Paging The Coaches-And Jones.. .
HIS SPORTS DEPARTMENT has been the subject of a lot of uncompli-
1mentary blurbs lately, many of them unwarranted, perhaps. But today's
mailbag portends better things for you faithful readers. Included in it
were letters for the following: Walter J. Weber, c/o Sports Dept.; John
Johnstone, c/o Sports Dept.; J. Kenneth Doherty, c/o Sports Dept.; and a
Mr. Jones, c/o Sports Dept. Although they haven't officially advised us
that their new headquarters are henceforth on Maynard St., we'll gladly
share this pillar with them, if they express a willingness to have any part of
it. This mysterious Mr. Jones is even at this moment the object of an inten-
sive search, and will be revealed when found ...
ON THE CUFF-Adolph Ferstenfeld, Varsity diver, used to spar
with Davey Day, the professional pug, when both were neighbors in
Des Moines. . . Cappy Cappon is displaying an innovation in vests ...
It has a concealed zipper on it, for use on fat men only, says Cappy,
when the buttons fail to work ... Bill de Correvont is still in the market
for a school. . . After his Rose Bowl jaunt, he took an excursion to
Ohio State and Notre Dame, and you guess for what ...
Relayed to us is this story, credited to "Doc" May. It concerns this
perfectly coordinated athlete, this poem ii motion, this two-legged gazelle.
What coordination! He broke his left arm the other day, pitching with his
right arm. What coordination!
Illinois Wins As Dehner Equals,
Scoring .record With 29 Points
Matmen Open Sophomores Star
Home Season Sophomore Ralph Schwarzekopf
and Wes Allen yesterday highlighted
A a nst} State teMichigan track team's first time-
gainstrial since Christmas in the Field
Schwarzekopf, the "Galloping Au-
Matches To Begin At 7:30 maton" from Saginaw ran his op-
Tomorrow Night; Varsity position rubberlegged as he reeled off
ta mile and a half practice distance in
Drills With Frosh championship caliber time while Al-
len, Negro high jump ace, rolled over
In a final showdown before tomor- the barrier at 6 feet 4%iK. inches, fail-
row night's match with Michigan ing at 6 feet 6 when his hand flicked
State, Coach Cliff Keen put his Var- the bar.
sity wrestlers through a stiff work- Elmer Gedeon, converted footballer,
out against Coach "Port" Robertson's scissored the high hurdles without
yearling squad yesterday at Yost Field serious opposition while sophomore
House. timber-topper Stan Kelly rested a
The first match saw Don Paup of trick knee. Veteran Harold Davidson
the yearling team force Paul Camer- carded excellent time for the mile
on into an overtime match and defeat without ever being crowded to a
the experienced varsity grappler by strenous effort.
two points. Co-captain Earl Thomas Big Bill Watson continued to act
pinned Dan Ranney and then went as both the best sprinter and best
on to win by a point decision over shotputter as he eked out a hairline
Art Sherman. Harold Nichols showed finish in the 60 and continued to sur-
improved form in whipping 'Jim pass the half-century mark with the
Merika and Bill Jefferies. shot.
Danner Beaten Bill Buchanan experienced his
In the oustanding battle of the first defeat of the season at the hands
afternoon Bill Coombs, of the fresh- of able sophomore Tom Jester. Jes-
men team, just barely nosed out Har- ter took over the lead after a desul-
land Danner, Coach Keen's leading tory first quarter and staved off a
junior wrestler by one point.
Don Nichols and Tim Hurd, Michi-
gan's upperweight men spent the
afternoon in a similar manner to - the
strong men of a traveling circus. B E T T E R V A L U F S
They stood ready, and defeated, all
the men that Robertson could find.
Tomorrow night the Wolverines
will meet the Spartans from Michi-
gan State, at Yost Field House.
Although the State squad will be
without the services of veteran Sam
Aldrich, they will pick up strength in
the 145 pound class with the return
of Clifford Freiberger, runner-up in
the National A.A.U. meet two years
203 East Liberty
Remind her with
r In Track Tests
stretch drive by Buchanan, finishing
a yard in front.
The 440 men, minus Ross Faulk-
ner, lacked their pre-vacation speed
by an appreciable margin. The af-
ternoon's best effort by Harvey
Clarke netted a time better than a
second slower than the best turned in
I Has She Said "Yes"
OSU, Boilermakers And
Wildcats Winners As Mad
Court Race Continues
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Jan. 15.-()-
Lewis (Pick) Dehner, Illinois center,
tied the Big Ten single game scoring
record of 29 points here tonight to
lead the Illini to a 51 to 34 victory
Dehner scored 12 field goals and
five free throws to equal the record
tied by Jewell Young of Purdue here
last year and originally made in 1933
by Joe Ridff of Northwestern.
Wildcats Still On Top
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Jan. 15.-
(A')-A free throw by Currie and an
under-the-basket field goal by Mike
McMichael gave Northwestern Uni-
versity a 32-to-29 victory over Indiana
in an overtime basketball game here
The triumph enabled Northwestern
to keep its Big Ten Conference lead.
The score was tied, 29 all when
regulation play ended. Marvin Huff-
man, Indiana guard, fouled Currie,
Northwestern guard, who made the
point. McMichael's two points came
on a "sleeper" play.
Purdue Trips Badgers
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Jan. 15.-()-~
Purdue's Boilermakers dedicated
their new $750,000 field house here
tonight with a rousing 40 to 34 bas-
ketball victory over Wisconsin which
kept the Boilermakers close to the
top in the Big Ten title chase. They
have won two and lost one.
A capacity crowd of 8,500 turned
out in the hopes of seeing Purdue
put on one of its high scoring sprees
but the Boilermakers, departing from
type, played a deliberate game, work-
ing the ball down close and then
breaking fast under the hoop.
Purdue jumped into a lead at the
start and led for 13 minutes before
Powell put the Badgers out in front
by a point. Wisconsin still was one
point ahead at the half, 15 to 14.
Ohio Drubs Iowa
COLUMBUS, O., Jan. 15.-P)-A
Ohio State annexed its first Big Ten
basketball victory of the season to-
night, running roughshod over a Uni-
versity of Iowa five, 48 to 29.
Forward Jim Hull and Guard Dick
Boughner paced the Buckeye attack
with 10 points apiece. Ben Stephens,
ace forward of the Hawkeye squad,
was held in close check, getting only
one field goal, but he added seven free
throws for a nine-point total.
Coach Keen will use the same line-
up that he sent against the strong
Indiana team with the exception of
the upper weight classes. Co-cap-
tain Speicher will be in his usual
weight class and will meet the State
veteran Gordon Purdy.
Paul Cameron faces another ex-
perienced man in Dale Ball at 126
pounds. Co-captain Earl Thomas will
meet Ted Crowe in the 135 pound
Nichols Has Battle
Harold Nichols has a real battle on
his hands when he meets Freiberger
in the 145 division. At 155 pounds
Danner is matched against Bill Ma-
pn of the Spartan squad.
Frank Morgan again wrestles at
165, and his Michigan State opponent
will be John Kellogg. Coach Keen
has decided to change Tim Hurd and
Don Nichols in their respective
weights. On Monday night Hurd
meets Steve Slezak at 175 pounds
-and Nichols tackles Dale Stevenson in
the heavyweight division.
This is the first home meet of the
season, and will serve as a final test
for the Wolverines before they meet
Penn State, Eastern Intercollegiate
champs last year, Saturday night.
COME NOW BRANCH
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 15.-()-Branch
Rickey, general manager of the St.
Louis Cardinals, predicted today Diz-
zy Dean's salary difficulties would be
ironed out "without any trouble." "In
fact," Rickey added, "there never has
been any trouble."
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