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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PRES
w LAow

Dehner, Andres Again Selected
>S As Daily All-Conference Cagers

Matmen Seek
To Keep Title
This Weekend

PASSES

-By BuD BENJAMIN-11
As Good As Won..
EIGHT or nine years ago, he has
forgotten just when, Phil Dia-
mond came down to the Field House
and announced to the irritation of
all that by his calculations, Indiana
would win the Big Ten indoor track
meet 28 to 27.
Such unmitigated brass was not
to be tolerated. There was a general
hubub over the statement of the
smiling, hatless German professor,
who has adopted the study of track
as a minor in the academic field.
An expert timer, a keen spectator,
a close friend of Coach Charley
Hoyt, Diamond had joined the track
entourage as a general handyman
and friend of the boys. But where
did he get this business about Michi-
gan losing the Conference title?
Michigan did not come in second in
Conference track meets. I
Well, they finally held the
meet and the results went some-
thing like this: Indiana, first,
with 27 15/16 points; Michigan,
second, with 27 points. Mr. Dia-
mond showed up at track prae-
tice the following Monday, sans
"I told you so" and with no vin-
dictiveness. But the boys, es-
pecially the lords of the press,
bladnt forgotten the cahmny
which had been heaped upon
this outspoken gentleman. He
immediately became honored as
a master prognosticator. Phil
Diamond had lost his amateur
standing.
His repute thus enhanced Diamond
continued to predict the outcome of
Conference track meets, still "just for
fun." But the press hadn't forgotten.
His dope sheets were picked up by
the national wire services and sent
to Conference points. Detroit papers
,clamored for his stuff. But fame did
not warp Diamond's capabilities. Since
his coup, which missed by 1/16 of a
point, he has continued to hit the
nail right on the head. Only once has
he missed his shot. That was in 1936
when Indiana won a smashing upset
over Michigan in the outdoors at
Columbus.
"Never figured it could hap-
pen," Phil sighs. "As for my fig-
ures for this year, they're very
conservative. Probably too con-
servative. Why even Charley Hoyt
has looked them over without
objecting too seriously. I "have
had to compile two sets of calu-
lations, one including Wes Allen
and the other excluding him. end
then, who can tell how high Bill
Watson will jump. Anyway after
the qualifying round Friday night,
I can tell you almost to the
point how they'll finish."
SUNDAY morning, according to Dia-
mond, you'll read the following
score in the papers. Michigan 39
(with Allen) or 36 (without); Wis-
consin 34 or 32 (again depending on
Mr. Allen; Indiana 19; Ohio State
14; Iowa 13%; Chicago 9 or 10; Illi-
nois, Northwestern, and Purdue 7;
and Minnesota 1.
Here's the Diamond dope sheet,
event-by-event:
Sprint: 1. Kauffman (Wis); 2. Pik-
er (Northwestern); 3. F. Teufel
(Iowa); 4. Davenport (Chi); 5. Smith
(Mich).
444-yard dash: 1. Howells (Ohio);
2. Cochrane (Ind); 3. Faulkner
(Mich); 4. C. Teufel (Iowa); 5. Breid-
eubach (Mich).
880-yard run: 1. Trutt (Ind); 2.
B'odeau (Pur); 3. Graves (Iowa); 4.
Hodan (1liich); 5. Davidson (Mich).
Mile run: 1. Mehl (Wis); 2. Trutt
(Ind); 3.Schwarzkopf (Mich); 4.
Wisner (Mch); 5. Buxton (Wis.).
Two mile run: 1. Mehl (Wis); 2.

Schwarzkopf (Mich); 3. Whittaker
(Ohio); 4. Heyl (Mich); 5. Williams
(Ohio).
70-yard high hurdles: 1. Gedeon
(Mich); 2. Smith (Wis); 3. Gutting
(Pur); 4. Collinge (Iowa); 5. Kelley
(Mich).
Shot put: 1. Watson (Mich); 2. Har-
-is (Ind); 3. Rendelman (Chi); 4.
Malisch (Wis); 5. Gragg (Ill)-
High jump: 1. Diefenthaler (Ill);
2. Allen.? (Mich); 3. Smith (N.W.);
4. Best (Wis); 5. Harrer (Wis).
Pole vault: 1. Padway (Wis); Gard-
ner (Wis); 3. Davidson (Chi); 4.
Cassels (Chi); 5. Gushing (Mich) and
Roberts (Iowa) tied.
Mile relay: 1. Ohio State; 2" Michi-
gan; 3. Iowa; 4. Indiana; 5. Illinois.
Rinek Elected Manager
Of '39-'40 Cage Squad
Lorenz W. Rinek, '40E, Washington,
Penn., was chosen manager of the
1939-40 cage squad last night. He
will succeed Bob Lindgren.
The alternate manager is Seymour
P. Ellman, '40, of Detroit.
Sophomores who have been chosen
for junior positions are: David M.
Tad. Ann Arhnr: RavmondD. TDwv-

Champion Buckeyes Place
Two; Ed Thomas Gets
Second Team Position
(Editor's Note: This team is a collab-
oration of two members of the sports
staff, Tom Phares and Herb Lev.)
Two of the Big Ten's brightest
cage stars fought off the attack of
a brilliant field this season and for
the second straight year win recog-
nition on The Daily All-Conference
team.
Lewis "Pick" Dehner, colorful Illi-
nois pivot man, and husky Ernie An-
des, Indiana's high scoring guard,
repeated their fine performances of
last year and take their places on
the honor role along side three first
team newcomers, two of whom hail
from Ohio State's championship
quintet.
Forward Jim Hull and guard Bob
Lynch are the Buckeye stalwad
and are joined by forward Ben
Stephens of Iowa. The team was
selected strictly according, to posi-
tion.
FORWARDS: Capt. Jim Hull of
Ohio set a blistering pace through-
out the campaign to beat out Pick
Dehner for top Conference scoring
honors with 169 points-a new Buck-
eye record. An inspiring floor lead-
FIRST TEAM
Hull, Ohio State ........forward
Stephens, Iowa.........forward
Dehner, Illinois ...........gcenter
Andres, Indiana.........guard
Lynch, Ohio State ........ guard
SECOND TEAM
Hapac, Illinois . ....forward
Kundla, Minesota .. ....forward
Schick, Ohio State... ...center
Beretta, Purdue ........center
Thomas, Michigan ........guard
HONORABLE MENTION
Forwards: Dupee, Wisconsin;
Igney, Purdue; Armstrong Indi-
ana.
Centers: W. Menke, Indiana;
Lounsbury, Chicago; Rae, Michi-
gaml
Guards: Maki, Minnesota; Dick,
M~innesota.
er, Hull shoots early and often in his
unorthodox style which is all the
more valuable in that he doesn't need
to "get set" but takes a pass and
shoots all in the same motion.
"Blazing Ben" Stephens of Iowa
who was a second team choice last
year, again was mired with a poor
outfit but stepped into the spot-
light despite a two-game absence to
score 136 points for the season-a re-
markable record in view of Iowa's
last place finish.
Illinois' Captain-elect Bill Hapac
and Johnny Kundla of Minnesota
pressed Hull and Stephens all the
way.
CENTERS: This was a one-sided
battle as Pick Dehner of Illinois again
proved to be the class of the league.
He started the season's festivities by
Pucksters Beat
Pt. Edward, 2-1
Cooke, Hillberg Score One
GoalApiece
(Continued from Page 1) !
not turned away by the defensemen
were sent out of the danger zone, one
side being taken care of by Harris,
the other by James.
Coming out in the final official
period, Point Edward put the pres-
sure on the Wolverines, but by play-
ing an excellent brand of defensive
hockey the local team was able to
hold the visiting team scoreless. A
few breaks up the ice by Cooke, Hill-

berg, and Chadwick, also failed to
bring the Wolverines a much needed
goal.
After Hillberg made his goal in the
overtime period Point Edward sent
all men down the ice but time and
Michigan's defense were working
against them.

Keen Chooses Seven Men
For Trip; Sawyer 0ut
With The Flu
Michigan's Varsity wrestling team,
the first in the history of the school
to go through a dual meet season
without a single defeat, departs for
Chicago this afternoon at 3 p.m. to
{° defend the Big Ten title which it
r wrestled from the Indiana Hoosiers
last year by the narrow margin of
two points.
-. Coach Cliff Keen is taking a squad
of seven men with him to the Windy
City. They include Tom Weidig, 121;
Jim Mericka, 136; Capt. Harold Nich-
ols 145; Bill Combs, 155; Frank Mor-
gan, 165; Don Nichols, 175; and For-
rest "Butch" Jordan, heavyweight.
.. . .. Andy Sawyer, 128-pounder, is suf-
fering from the flu and will not ac-
company the team.
Anticipates Hot Fight
Keen anticipates a hot fight for
the title this year, with the always
dangerous Indiana outfit, Illinois,
Ohio State and Minnesota the lead-
ing contenders for the crown now
held by the Wolverines.
ERNIE ANDRES Capt. Harold Nichols, content with
a third place in the last two Confer-
ence meets, will be out to climax his
cracking the Madison square Gar- greatest year in wrestling tomorrow
den scoring record in December and and Saturday. Undefeated in dual
went on to tally 151 points in Con- meet competition this year, Harold
ference competition, a feat exceeded would like nothing better than to
only by Hull. walk off with the Big Ten 145-pound
The scrap for second team honors title to top off his last year at Michi-
was between John Schick of Ohio gan. The way is open for him, since
State and Indiana's sensational soph- his main rivals will be Tony Monto-
omore Bill Menke. Schick gets the naro of Ohio State and Homer Fau-
call owing to his steadier floor play. cett of Indiana, who were both drub-
Menke showed flashes of brilliance bed this year by the Wolverine lead-
but his defensive work couldn't quite er.
match his offensive performance. Brother Don, Big Ten title-holder
Michigan's Jim Rae might have at 175, will have to stave off a very
threatened the leaders had it not tough and determined Chris Trai-
been for his handicapping back in- coff of Indiana and an equally tough
jury. Ed Valorz of Chicago if he is to re-
GUARDS: With the exception of tain his crown, while the final day of
Indiana's Ernie Andres, outstanding the heavyweight competition should
guards were conspicuously absent. 'find a host of football tackles still
The Hoosier captain scored 96 points around; namely, Forrest "Butch"
in 11 games and was the steadying Jordan of Michigan, Ed Sikich of
influence in his sophomore-studded Illinois, George Downes of Ohio, Wil-
quintet. Despite his 205 pounds, An- bur Nead of Iowa and Nick Cutlich of
dres is fast and always a dangerous Northwestern.
scoring threat. Mericka Has Chance
Andres' running-mate is Ohio's One hundred thirty-six-pound Jim
Bob Lynch, the only junior on the Mericka is conceded a good chance
team. Although his forte was de- to take the individual title at his
fensive play, Lynch turned in his weight, but he must get by Art
top offensive performances against Deutchmann, Illinois title-holder,
Michigan dropping in 25 points in the and Joe Roman, Indiana star who
two games. His long shot ability is eager to turn the tables on his 8 to
netted 70 points for the Buckeyes. 7 loss to Mericka early in the year,

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A second team berth goes to reli-
able Eddie Thomas of Michigan
whose 79 points made him third high
scorer among Conference guards.
Fred Beretta of Purdue gained the
other guard position.
Michigan . Pos. . .Point Edward
James G Harris
Ross D W. Gutteridge
Calvert D Janes
Hillberg C Prudence
Chadwick W Kirkland
Cooke ' W Butler
First Period
1. Point Edward, Corbett from B.
Gutteridge, 4:10.
2. Michigan, Cooke from Hillberg,
18:15.

while Tom Weidig, vastly improved
121-pounder, may prove a point-
winner for Keen, although Joe
Gluckman of Northwestern and Bob
Martin of Ohio State are given a
better chance to cop the title. Dale
"Swede" Hanson, veteran Minne-
sota grappler, is the favorite at 128
pounds.
Bill Combs of Michigan, ,Antony
Lazzara of Indiana, Bob Anderson
of Wisconsin, Jean Peltier of Ohio,
Bill Body of Illinois, and Bob John-
son of Iowa are alltop-notch wrest-
lers at 155, while in the 165-pound
bracket Chauncey McDaniel of In-
diana, Frank Morgan of Michigan
and Wes Leverich of Illinois, scissor
artist,. are the top-ranking perform-
ers.

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Second Period
Scoring-none.
Penalty-Ross.
Third Period -
Scoring-none.
OVERTIME
3. Michigan, Hillberg, 6:15.
Penalties, Chadwick, Woods.

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