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THE-MICHIGAN DAILY

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atmen Meet Hoosiers In Big Ten Opener

Tonight

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Varsity Faces
Toughest Foe
In Dual Meet.
Injury To Traicoff Ends
Chance Of Grudge Battle
With Don Nichols
(Continued from Page 1)
verines has some bones to pick with
Seymour Weiss, 23-year-old Indiana
star. Nichols appeared in every dual
meet match of the ,season last year
n~i his~ only red mark came when

28 Michigan Swimmers Seek

PRESSI
PASSES
-By BUD~evnIv

Natators Hope All-Star Shwiv S
To Set Records Fate Of Local C
At, AAU Meet BY HERB LEV
The 10-bout all-star boxing show
Ed Kirar To Swim On Six to be held in Yost Field House next
Tuesday evening, should throw new
Man' Relay Team; Frosh light on an old question which has
yope e Agait Vbeen troubling University athletic
ConpeteAgainst Varsity authorities for years-whether box-1
ing would pay for itself if adopted as 1
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Hockey Squad
Leaves Today
S U l d Puck Team Meets Illinois
In Conference Opener
o le 'iqtc B xing Having been initiated into the de-
feat column last Tuesday night by
37, competing in the 147 pound the London Athletic Club, Coach
lass. Eddie Lowrey and his Wolverine
The battling Root brothers com- hockey team will leave late this af-
71ee te istofMiciga bys hoternoon for Champaign, where on
lete the list .of Michigan boys who Saturday they will try to get back on
'on Gloves titles. Tom took the 160- the winning side and at the same
ound toga last season while Sam was ; time seek their first Conference win
he best at 147 pounds. of the season by defeating Illinois.
All these boys will be seen in action Those making the trip are: George
usdyngtaogwtoteou-Cooke, Ev Doran. Al Chadwick,
uesday night along with other out- "Spike" James, Bert Stodden, Les
tanding performers turned out by Hillberg, Larry Calvert, Chuck Ross,
Larsen in recent years including Vir- Jim Lovett, and either Jim Tobin
il Young, flashy colored boy who or Gil Samuelson (call Lowrey at
ompetes in the lightweight class, 8:15 and find out which one).
Ken Chernin and Bruce Deyer, feath- In spite of the fact that he received
iweights and Bill Newnan, 147 a head injury in Tuesday's game Bert
ounder. In addition several of this Stodden will be making the trip and
ear's freshman crop will make their will be ready to play in the opening
ows in competition. Conference game.

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Weiss nosed him out in the opening THEY TELL me that finals are in .
meet of the year. Harold gained par- the offing, but a glance at the local
tial revenge in the Big Ten tourna- sports calendar fails to reveal that
raent when he gave Weiss a goo4 such a travesty actually approaches.
wlhipping and he's out to make it com- If anything the local scene is seeth-
plete tonight. ing with activity, and the action be-i
Michigan's Frank Morgan will take gins tonight with a triple header.
on an unknown opponent in the 155- 1 O.Atnde of that balmy day each t
pound match. There is still some ques- May when the local fandom takes
tion as to who will face Frank, but it{ in a track meet, baseball game,
will be either Angelo Lazarra, John I and spring football exhibition, all
Teeer or Garnet "Tuffy" Inman, in a single afternoon, I know of
each of whom are wrestlers of top- no comparable period on th
notch ability. sports log.
Inman For Traicoff Here's a resume of what you may
The 165-pound match will find Dick expect in the next few days:
Tasch, two letterman, facing a very TONIGHT
tough customer in Chauncey Mc- I-M Pool: The State A.A.U. swim-
Daniel, 23-year old junior who has re- ming meet with Michigan's natators
turned to the Indiana mat wars this attempting to wrest the title from the
season after a year's absence. He beat Detroit Athletic Club. Five events
Frank Morgan in the finals of the for men, two for women, and one
Midwest meet in Chicago. handicap event for each sex. Matt
A last-minute leg injury to Indi- (Mann will enter 28 of his finest, and
ana's Chris Traicoff, who was to three marks will be on tap-the 200,
have wrestled Don Nichols for a gold 250 and 300-yard free-style relays.
wrist watch offered to the winner of Outstanding stars of the state will
the Midwest title in which the two join with the local standouts in
boys wrestled to a draw in the finals, Michigan's last warmup for the 1939
is destined to weaken the Hoosier season. Time: 7:30 p.m.
lineup. Traicoff won four decisions, Field House: Indiana versus Michi-
one fall and lost one decision, that gan in the opening wrestling match
to Nichols, last year, and was counted of the year. A grudge battle all the
on to give Don a terrific battle. Gar- way, the meeting may well determine
net "Tuffy" Inman, an experienced the outcome of the Conference meet
grappler who did some wrestling at two months hence. Michigan is
175 last year, may be called upon to primed, especially in the top weight
take Traicoff's place. divisions, and the evening cannot fail
Jordan Meets Hyde to be packed with thrills. Time: 7:30
The heavyweight encounter will be p.m.
marked by the absence of Bob Haak, Coliseum: The Union Ice Carnival,
220-pound football tackle undefeated one of the most cleverly publicized
in two years of dual meet competition, events in many a moon. Fraternities,
who was declared ineligible for pro- sororities, figure skaters, and Jac-
fessional football New Year's day. queline Brennan, beauty queen, are
Haak was to have met Forrest "Butch" among those participating. The re-
Jordan of the Wolverines, himself of ceipts go towards the pictorial dis-
the gridiron and also a very powerful play of Michigan athletics which has
young man. As it is, Jordan will face been started in the Union billiard
F3ammy Hyde, 25-year old senior and room. Society will be there. Time:
two-letterman who won four out of 8 p.m.

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will be the 100-yard free-style. The !
reason is simple-Ed Kirar is going
to be in it. Says Coach Mann, "I
don't think Ed will break :51 (the1
record) but he's going to come near it.
He's been going great-even better
than last year (last year Kirar was
double sprint champion at both BigI
Ten and National Collegiate meets
and he holds both Western Confer-
ence records and has tied the Nation-1
al 50- mark).
And in the same race will be "Long"
Walt Tomski, second and third in the
50- in Big Ten and Nationals respec-
tively last year, Bill Prew of the De-
troit A.C., scholastic double sprint
champion in 1938, Bill Holmes, de-
fending. A.A.U. champion and four
of this year's freshmen crop, D. Bur-
ton, Gus Sharemet, Tom Williams
and John Gillis.
Welsh Vs. Haynie
It was originally intended to have
Jim Welsh in the century but he
has been withdrawn and will compete
in a special quarter-mile free-style1
with Capt. Tom Haynie. Welsh, a
sophomore, has been likened to
Haynie, who two years ago was
chosen America's outstanding collegi-
ate swimmer. Welsh has been going
great guns in practice and will be
the white hope for the distances for
the next two years.
The 220-yard free-style will bring
the freshmen against the varsity. The
desire for vengeance burns strong
and eternal in yearling breasts and
they'd like nothing better than to
hand the varsity a beating.,Art Ebel-
ing, Blake Thaxter and Ed Hutchens
will hold the fort against freshmen
Dobson Burton, Gus Sharmet, Tom
Williams and Bill Buckingham. In the
ungrammatical but authentic words
of Mann, "This one's going to be a
pip."
, Women To Race

Here at Michigan, Vern Larson has'
developed several boxers, who judg-
ing by their records in local Golden
Gloves tournaments, should do well
in any sort of competition.

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Headed by big Don Siegel, state iK
heavyweight champion, Larson ex- e
pects to have five former Gloves title p
winners ready 'for Tuesday's show. y
Among them are Mike Rodnick, 135 b
pounder, who last year was awarded -
the trophy given annually to the out-
standing novice boxer in the local
Golden Gloves tournament, and Len
Spector who won similar honors in
Cagers Get Hot
On Long Shots
Beebe Sinks Five Baskets
From Outside Circle
If MicbMgan's long shot artists have
their eye tomorrow night like they
did yesterday afternoon. Minesota's
league leading Gopher quintet and a
packed house of rabid fans are going,
to get a surprise.
In a short 25-minute scrimmage
with the second team, the Varsity
connected for 10 long shots out of 17
attempts to score a 32-25 win and
give themselves a lot of confidence
that they lost at Illinois.
Beebe Leads
In that game, the Wolverines' in-
ability to hit from outside the foul
circle gave away the contest but yes-
terday they were on 'once again.
Capt. Leo Beebe led the way mak-
ing good on five out of seven shots
from his favorite spot outside the
circle and scoring 14 points alto-
gether. Charley Pink scored on three
out of five longs while Smick and
Thomas made one each. Jim Raei
worked out but did not participate in
the scrimmage and was replaced by
Smick. Harmon was the other regu-
lar.
Gophers Tough
Rae will be in there tomorrow to
meet the challenge of the hard-driv-
ing Gophers however and if Assistant
Coach John Townsend's scouting re-
port is to be believed, he will be
needed.
"Minnesota has a very good team,"
observed Jake. "It's the best that
I've seen so far this year." The
Gophers have scored 18 straight vic-
tories going into this game.

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five dual meet matches last year.
Hyde, is also a powerful gent and the
two should put on a very rough and
entertaining show.

I-M Sports

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Sigma Alpha Epsilon copped the
fraternity swimming title by beating
Psi Upsilon 32 to 29. The winners won
four of the seven events on the pro-
gram. ,
In the water polo finals, Trigon
shut out the Psi Upsilon team 2 to
0, scoring both goals in the sec-
ond period. Tom Lawton and Col-
in Weymouth were the boys who
came through with the winning
markers. Goalie Dick McGrath of
Trigon turned in a splendid per-
fonnance as he held the losers
scoreless.
Alpha Omega pulled the "iron
man" stunt as they beat Delta Sigma
Delta in the semi-finals of the gradu-
ate volleyball eague by a 2 to 0 score,
and followed up with one of those
extremely rare victories over the
Chinese Students in a hard-fought
match, winning three games to two.

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TOMORROW
Field House: Michigan and Minne-
sota in an important Western Con-
ference basketball game. The Goph-
ers are heralded as the top team in
the Conference and have an unblem-
ished record. Michigan is still of un-
known qualities, having won and lost
one game in Conference competition.
This Wolverine team can scrap, how-
ever, and no matter how strong the
visitors may appear to be, you can
expect a real battle. Time: 7:30 p.m.'
MONDAY
Field House: Wisconsin's basketball
team invades, and you may be hold-
ing your varsity in much higher
esteem by then. Of course, tomor-
row night's big affair will determine
that.
THURSDAY
Coliseum: Minnesota versus Michi-
gan in hockey-which simply means
concentrated mayhem with a guy
named Mariucci in the middle. Two
games are booked, the second coming
Saturday night, Jan. 21.
Note to scorers: Please chalk up
two more points for Capt. Leo Beebe
who registered four baskets for eight
points against Illinois last week. You
have him down for only six markers.

The dive, as usual, will hold its
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ski, T-Bone Martin and Mack Hayes,
try to repel the invasion of the De-
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Olympic dives, which are required
in all meets, will be shown.
Halina Tomski, holder of four na-
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