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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JAN. 23,

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.. 41 NEBRASKA... . 46
.. 23 KANSAS STATE 32

DARTMOUTH . .
PENN........

43 CHICAGO...... .44 OHIO STATE. . . 46 LONG ISLAND . 4,6 GEORGIA TECH.
38 LOYOLA....... 29 ILLINOIS.... .26 DUQUESNE.. . . 411 MERCER... .

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Stave Off Rally

To

Edge Cagers

In 30-29 Thriller

rrestlers Throw Penn State; Hockey Team Smothers Sarnia
Adds To Scoring Total Penn Matmen arsit Swim Sextet Defeats 'Dribble And Drop' Jim Braddock Considers
Is New Title Given Offers For Another Fight
Defeated 22-6 Team To Meet Imperials,6-3, NEW YORK, Jan. 22.- (:) -Jim
12 Braddock, back in the heavyweight
9. By WolverinesI Powerful Foes In Slow Game picture as a result of his 10-round
__By STEWART FITCH victory over British Tommy Farr last
j The "Greeks" are at it again. The night, today took under advisement
SHome Team Winner In Six By DAVID ZEITLIN Wiii Is Seventh Of Season juggurnauts of State Street and offers for a return match with Farr
A low hurdle and three highs ai i or a bout with Max Baer, April 1, in
Matches; Frank Morgan A For Varsity; Gib James, Washtenaw Avenue, resplendant in
And Dick Tasch Lose impending obstacles to be c eared by ~Allan, Fabello Score trunks of motley array and old sweat .adison Square Garden.
Michigan's varsity swim forces as _shirts, vie furiously every night on
By NEWELL McCABE they continue their campaign to re- (Continued from Page 1) the hardwood of the Intramural gym trthYour Appetite
in the game of "dribble and drop"
Pushing a weak Penn State team tain the Big Ten and National Col- - - -- --------- kss.t
around the mats, Coach Cliff Keen's legiate swim championships. check when it was most necessary. n in some circles as basketball.- But Not Your
wrestlers downed last year's eastern The Wolverines will run into Mich- The large crowd waited until over "Dribble and drop" is no misnomere
intercollegiate champs by a score of igan State's water representatives next seven minutes of the third period had Thedgame as played a la Greek in-
22 to 6 last night at Yost Field House. Wednesday night at East Lansing and gone by before it showed any real
When the curtain fell on the last should be able to continue right on enthusiasm for the battle. At that dribbling and dropping. The drib- Choice
match the final tally showed that the without breaking their stride. A trio time the dullness was relieved by a bling always comes first but the drop Cream of Chicken a aRichmond
Wolverines had taken all but two of engagements after the State affair minor flare-up on the ice between ping falls into two categories. Either Chilled Tomato Juice Cocktail
matches from their visitors. will find Coach Matt Mann and his Gib James and Roger Clute. 90c
' the hoop or drops in person-to the,
Starting the victory march, co-cap- pupils matching strokes with three James, Smack Allen. and Johnny hoo Sizzling Porterhouse Steak
tarn John Speicher defeated Carl of the strongest dual meet teams in Fabello split the Wolverine scoring Sizzling Filet Mignon
King of the State men, when, after the country. among them, each accounting for two The moguls of Greekdom, who train gOc
eight minutes of fighting King suf- To Meet State of the markers. Gib, however, gained on cigarettes and beer and report for Sizzling 1-lb. T-Bone Steak
fered an injury to the shoulder and On Wednesday night, Feb. 16, more points in that he assisted in one practice most days at the local brew Sizzling Reg. Filet Mignon
had to default the match. At the time Coach Mann will lead his swimmers more goal than did the others. This dispensaries, are becoming more and 65c
of the forfeit Speicher was working into the confines of Yale University brings his season's mark to 22. more iri favor of the return of the Roast Young Vermont Turkey-
for a fall, and had established a 5 to 0 where Michigan will do battle with Sarnia gave the score-keepers their center-jump and rules requiring lim- Dressing, Cranberry Sauce
point advantage over his opponent in the Boys in Blue in the palatial pool first bit of work when they converted ited stops in the back court and foul Sizzling Top Sirloin Steak
the 118 pound class. housed in the Eli's Payne Whitney in 7:50 of the initial stanza. The goal IOn contestant, well played out af- 60
Two goals and three assists last Cameron Wins Gym. Michigan will enter the meet came while Evvie Doran, Maize and ter a gruelling 20-minute struggle in e
night in Michigan's 6-3 victory over Paul Cameron carried on for the primed as favorites, and the Wolver- Blue second line center, without which the score was 8-6 or there- Le- Famous Regular T-Bone Steak
Sarnia gave Gib James, above, five Wolverines by chalking up a win over ine will be in top shape for the battle.: making an offside or in any other way aboutsh observed that it would be L. Beef Tenderloin Steak, Sauce
more points to add to his previous John Craighead by one point. Both Matt Mann has been seeking a attempting to halt play, knelt downabuts, observed thamestworei Tender Cured Ham Steak, Jelly
season total of 17. His play at left men started slow but Cammey soon meet with Yale for a number of years and calmly proceeded to lace-up his much egte i tegadm werersi ivided s_ T r55ar
wing against the Imperials was out- got the vantage position. From then in order to settle the argument as to skate. Sarnia pushed their advantage r to get more time to catch his Fried Oysters with Tartar Sauce
standing, offensively. on the Wolverine was able to stay the nation's most powerful dual meet here and Charley Sweeney pushed er to getmrime tocaty i Special T-Bone Steak, Sauce
ahead of his rival, although Craigh- team. Final negotiations for the meet through the goal, Doran still tying his stomach Special Beef Tenderloin Steak
ghead worked out and took the favo1ed never were completely effected until his shoe..50
Ph 'eD ts Arspot in the closing seconds of the 126 Harvard and its great Johnny Hutter Allen Catches Net On every team there is at least one Fried Scallops, tartar sauce, lemon
tl Michigan came right back as F man who thinks he can handle a ball Small T-Bone Steak, Sauce
ong ut f. i th 135 consecutive victories a thing ofbe omissed a trgo a pas fro i Townsend, shoot like Luisetti and Roast Prime Ribs of Beef au jus
o d f 160 Bello missed a try on a pass from dribble like Fishman and more times Grilled Pork Chops, Apple Sauce
First tn Race class co-captain Earl Thomas the past. James, but Allen skating in fast took than not there are five suchrilledChops,e
little trouble in getting behindBo Eli, Varsity Tangle thnntteeaefv uhidvd Grilled Lamb Chops, Mint Jelly
the rubber off the goalie's pads and uals on a quintet. Grilled Veal Chops, Currant Jelly
For ImM -Title Reynolds of the Nittny men, and Grile__al_ hosCuranJll
F enod f h The Michigan-Yale meet will prb- nicked it in (10:42).
after driving his opponent for three TpPassing is virtually unheard of in - 45e
minutes, Thomas was able to win his ably be one of the most closely fo The Wolverines second marker this rough and tumble league. It is Fried Fillet of Haddock, Tartar
mtrsttbar nwed dual meets in the history of came on the easiest play of the night. classed as one of those things that Breaded Veal Cutlets, Ton. Sauce
With results tabulated on five sports h inthe sport. Both teams will be staking With Capt. Bob Simpson in the cool- can be done when every other pos- Griled Young Liver and Bacon
out of the nineteen that are offered I the evening Harold Nichols, Coach great records on the outcome, and er Sarnia sent five men up the ice on I sibility has been exhausted. When a Grilled Chopped Round Steak
throughout the year, Phi Delta ThetaKeeventry in the 145 pound dvi- they will send great swimmers into a power play. In the melee about the team takes the -floor, there are five Vegetable inner, Fried Egg
islain hwd hs skill and power Michigan net Gib pounced on a loose potential high-point men and this Mushroom Omlette (3 eggs)
with 365 points. Psi Upsilon, last I when he defeated Aldo Zazzi of the Three days after the Yale meet, puck, outskated the Imperials and attitude is clearly reflected in the
Zazzi seastern intercol- Michigan will be active in its most having no one to stop him carried it play.
visitors.Zaz waseatr nrcl, pay With the Dinners -- Choice of 3
year's runners-up, are again second legiate champ at 135 pounds last year, important meet of the year-with the entire length of the arena. He s
legite camp t 13 pouds lst who' Of course, there are a few who' Mashed Potatoes Potato Salad
with a score of 342 and Chi Psi, de- but Nichols displayed the hard end Mike Peppe's powerhouse at Ohio then laid it on the stick of Allen h were taught that defense is part of Candied Yams
fending champions, occupy the third of the heavier class when he out- State. The outcome of this meet will was following and saw Smack lift it the game and hang back to protect Fresh Spinach ubbard Squash
t with a total of 337. 1 pointed his man by a score of 16 to 6. probably be as uncertain as the win- over the outstretched body of the net the basket but they are looked on as
spot aiuei tmro' ubr idC 1:3.HarroetuSad a
Of those houses that finished in the Steve Priolo was no match for Har- ning figure in tomorrows numbers minder (11:53). "queers" and more times than not Head Lettuce Salad
land Danner Michigan's junior star. game. The Buckeye roster is dotted The third Michigan goal was made they are reprimanded for not mak- Cottage Cheese Salad
first ten last year, only the Phi Delts From the start of the match Danner with names of established swim greats in almost as easy a manner. This ing any points. If a loss has resulted, Homemade Apple Sauce
have improted their position to dat e had full control over his opponent but -Patnik, Patterson, Johnson, McKee, time Allen carried the disc and passed it is the man with the fewest points Dessert
and only four others (Chi Psi, Psi was not able to put his rival's shoul- Neunzig, Higgins, Quayle, Saybol and to James who did the scoring (15:02).- who usually takes the blame. Baked Apple Fruit Jell
others. Everyone of these men is na- Sweeny Ta(llies Pie Ice Cream
Upsilon, Lambda Chi Alpha, and dens on the ma.. tionally known. Higgins is an Olym-
Theta Xi) are still numbered among The Wolverine first loss came in t Sweeny opened the bidding in the utes was made by James without any
the fraternity "Big Ten" to date. the 165 pound division when Don tn second period as he outmaneuvered trouble as he took a pass from Fabel- THE
Bachman, a junior defeated Frank Tthe whole Wolverine sextet and un-I lo and scored. (18:15).
Biggest improvements so far this Morgan by the score of 10 to 8. The other side of the assisted let fly from directly before Michigan's final tally in the lastPA RRO T
year are Kappa Nu, last year holders thalf of the match was all Bac the Wolverine lineup is not lacking the net to bring Sarnia's total to two. period, saw the whole front line
o. 4th, and Tht Delta Che man, however Morgan came back in in stars . . . The meet will provides(nf:t again figuring, Faiello from Allen 338 SOUTH STATE
N o . 4 b e r th , a n d T h e t a D e lt a C h i ' h l s n m n t s t a k h:0e2f)e.oe t n a t s r c sa d J m e , ( : 8 . N o m r c r n
who finished 36th in 1937, at the the closing minutes to make the ever produced in a college meet. Swim Red France, Sarnia defenseman,, and James, (3:18). No more scoring;
broke forth with a final blast which entasts should am io ate's was sethin the pext two xinutes, Clute, with seemingly no opposition - Read It In The Daily
Following are the highest 10 houses new swim plant to see this battle. adwti h ettomnts
gave him the favored spot ove Mtwo The final hurdle will find the Wol while he was off the ice, MichiganI (Continued on Page 7). ------ -
their standing in 1936-37. verines taking on Minnesota's Goph- scored two goals. Doran went in for
points. Simpson giving the Wolverines a four ""c>or o o > o
1 Phi Delta Theta (10) ........365 At 175 pounds, Dick Tasch was ers at Minneapolis. The Minnesota Sm n iing the Woleinesy frk
2 Psi Upsilon (2)............342 completely outclassed by Capt. Ross team will be paced by Rex Hudson away with the puck and set it up fori
3 Chi Psi (1) ................337 Shaffer of the visitors. Eastern in- veteran sprinter who ranked high in Fabello who forthwith raised the
4 Kappa Nu (19) .............328 tercollegiate champ tw years in a the Conference meet last year. All Michigan sum to four (17:35).
5 Lambda Chi Alpha (3) . . . .286 row, Shaffer hit his wining stride three meets willkcome in the short The second one inside the two mi-
6 Theta Xi (4).............269 when he downed the Wolverine by a space of one week.
7 Alpha Tau Omega (24) .....255 score of 14 to 8.
8 Theta Delta Chi (36) ......245 In the dullest fight of the match,
9 Delta Upsilon (23) .........239 sophomore Don Nichols of the Wol-
10 Phi Kappa Sigma (15) .....225 verines continued to keep his slate
clean when hedefeated Ernie Bortz
CASH TO TRY AGAIN of Penn Sta 23% iscoun
SUMMARIES
Don Cash, '40, a lightweight who 118: John Speicher (M) defeatedI
dropped a narrow decision to Tom Carl King (P.S.) default 8:06.
Root in Vern Larsons 'recent boxing 126: Paul Cameron (M) defeated
show, will attempt to erase that loss John Craighead (P.S.) 4 to 3.
from the records in the Ann Arbor 135: Earl Thomas (M) pinned Bob/ i
Golden Gloves which gets under way Reynolds (P.S.) 3:50.
thi e to e . B t o s a e e t r d i A d a z P S ) 1 o 6 K UT ~O ~ ' 5 : H r a d D n e ~ M d f a e
this week. Both boys are entered in 145: Harold Nichols (M) defeated 7"='<"=>0< >
the tourney. Aldo Zazzi (P.S.) 16 to 6. S U I

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