THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ISUNDAY, JAN, 15, 1939
Maki Makes 'Em.
Siegel To Face Iowa U. Upsets P
Detroit Heavy O.S.U., Illini, I
On Fight Card'I Buckeyes Rally To Down.
Northwestern And Stay
'wolverine Football Tackle Undefeated In Big Ten
Will Meet Paul Lovett,
Rangy Badger Club
Tricky Offense To
Cagers In Big Ten
Colored Golden Glover'
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan's bas-
keteers have only today to take a deep
breath before they dive back intoI
Conference competition tomorrow
night when Wisconsin invades the
confines of Yost Field House.
The Badgers have always proved
puzzling to the experts. Last year
they presented an in-and-out seventh
place team which played with bril-
liance at times. It had the speed,
power, and size to make it a winner
but lacked the necessary stability.
Michigan fans can't forget that it
was this squad which handed the'
Wolverines their first Big Ten defeat
1 last year two days after they! had
(upset Minnesota 31 to 16.
The Badgers this season present an
inexperienged team which includes
only one of last year's regulars. Gone
with the other seniors is forward
George Rooney who scored 15 points
against Michigan in their first clash.
The only returning veteran is guard
Ernie Davis who is the squad's main-
stay and is a brilliant feeder on the
Team Is Rangy
The other four regulars this season
were reserves last year. They are for-
wards Dave Dupee and Andy Smith,
center Byron Bell and guard Johnny
Wisconsin brings to Ann Arbor one
of the rangiest teams in the Confer-
ence and boasts a tricky and intri-
cate offense which will force Michi-
gan to stress its defense if the Badg-
ers are to be turned back. Game time
tomorrow is 7:30 p.m.
The Madison boys' pre-season rec-
ord includes victoriesuover Notre
Dame and a powerful Marquette
team. They lost to Butler in a close
The other Confernee games sched-
uled for tomorrow night include:
Minnesota at Northwestern.
Purdue at Indiana
Ohio State at Illinois
Chicago at Iowa.
Paul Maki, Minnesota guard,
turned in a good game defensively
last night against the Wolverines,
and in addition aided the Gopher
offense with seven points. Maki,
a senior, was named on the second
All-Conference team last year and
is a leading candidate for first
team mention this year.
Shot By Shot
Thomas, set-up .............2
Maki, pivot push shot .......2
Pink, foul (on Maki) .......3
Maki, dribble in .............3
Spear, long from corner ......3
Spear, foul (on Thomas) .. ..3
Kundla, dribble in ..........3
Kundla, foul ton Thomas ...3
Rae, foul (on Spear) ........4
Dick, foul ton Harmon .......4
Rae, foul (on Maki) .........5
Addington, pivot shot ......5
Rae, set-up .................7
Spears, tip-in ..............7
Dick, set-up ...............7
Thomas, long ...............9
Maki, foul (on Smick) ......9
Smick, tip-in ..............11
Maki, corner shot ...........11
Addington, set-up .......13
Kundla, push-shot ..........13
Kundla, set-up .............13
Kundla, dribble in ..........13
Smick, foul (on Warhol) . . .16
Beebe, foul (on Addington) . .17
Kundla, set-up .............17
Mohr, foul (on Thomas) . ... 17
Harmon, foul (on Maki) ... .18
Vern Larsen and Marty Levandow-
ski, co-matchmakers for the all-starE
boxing show to be held in the Field
House Tuesday, yesterday announced
the complete card of ten bouts.
In the feature three-rounder, big
Don Siegel who holds the state Golden
Gloves title in the heavyweight divi-
sion at present, meets Paul Lovett,
rangy colored puncher from Detroit.
Lovett, who reached the semi-finals
in the Detroit Golden Gloves tourna-
ment last year, is said to pack a
terrific wallop in both hands and
should give the Wolverine football
star a busy evening.
Tom Root To Fight
A second Golden Gloves champ
who will see action Tuesday night
is Tommy Root, Ann Arbor junior,
who last season annexed the 165
pound title in the local tournament.
Tom meets up with a tough customer
in Bob Kovalec, promising freshman
from Detroit. Krovalec will weigh in
at 170 pounds, and will hold a slight
weight advantage over Root.
Leon Coquilette of Flint and Kermit
Bailer of Detroit, a pair of Larsen's
best freshmen, will meet up in a 150
pound go. At the same weight Ed
Morehouse of Waukegan, Illinois
trades punches with John Greil of
Clearfield, Pa. Both boys are fresh-
A feud of long standing will be
settled when Bob Trowell faces Bill
Newnan in a 147 pound fight. Last
year the two met in the all-campus
finals in their class and Newnan took
a very close decision. Trowell has
been clamoring for revenge ever since.
The boys are both seniors.
Johnstone To Referee
Al Wittenberg, All-Campus title-
holder at 165 pounds, faces Don Mon-
roe, a senior, in another three round-
er, while Karl Sjolander and Stan
Cox, two proteges of Marty Levan-
dowski, meet up in a heavyweight
Jack Wicker, a colored freshman
from Detroit, and a lad of wide fistic
experience, meets up with yearling
Lester Dwanzing at 125 pounds. At
135, Art Biggins meets Frank Black,
IOWA CITY, Ia., Jan. 14-(AP)-
The University of Iowa basketball
team scored a surprising 49 to 41
victory over Purdue, 1938 Big Ten
champion, here tonight as the entire
Hawkeye squad kept time with Maes-
tro Ben Stephens for the first occa-
sion since the season opened.
All up and down the line Iowa
had scoring punch, and the Hawk-
eyes were rewarded with their first
victory in three Conference games.
Iowa's final score set a new scoring
record in Conference play for the
Although Stephens was easily the
leader of the Hawkeye attack, ft re-
mained for a reserve center, Charles
Plett, to lead both teams in the scor-
ing. He poured in 14 points.
EVANSTON, Ill., Jan. 14 -(P).-
Ohio State turned on a second half
rally to defeat Northwestern, 38 to 33,
tonight, and remain in the ranks of
the undefeated Big Ten basketball
Long-range shooting by Capt. Jim
Hull sparked the Buckeye second half
drive after Northwestern had moved
into a 25 to 18 lead early in the period.
fndiana Also. Win
Hull rifled in four goals in the last
half which, added to three in the first
period, gave him a tie for scoring
honors with Bob Koble. Each got 14
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Jan. 14.--
(P)-Indiana University's basketball
team walloped Wisconsin 43 to 19,
here tonight to take its second Big
Four sophomores who scored 29
points among them starred for the
Hoosieurs. Paul (Curly) Armstrong
made 11, Tom Motter seven, and bro-
thers Bill and Bob Menke six and
CHICAGO, Jan. 14'- (P)-Illinois
basketball team, with Bill Hapac
bagging 17 points, easily won its sec-
ond Big Ten victory tonight by de-
feating Chicago, 43 to 33.
The Maroons, in taking their sec-
ond defeat in three Conference starts,
battled their opponents. evenly until
four minutes remained of the first
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Gedeon, Kelley, Kromer,
And Smith Impressive
Despite a bit of rustiness in the
limbs of his Wolverine track squad,
Coach Charlie Hoyt was nevertheless
pleased with the performances of his
charges in yesterday's informal time
workouts at the Yost Field House.
"The boys haven't had enough work
since the vacation to do wonders,"
was the way Hoyt put it, "but for
the amount of drill they've had,
they're doing well."
Gedeon has sufficiently recovered
from his leg injury to display his
old time form, and with Kelley and
Kutsche showing a great deal of im-
provement, Michigan appears well
fortified-in the hurdles.
Equally as impressive was the form
displayed by Kromer and Smith in
the sprints, Cushing's pole-vaulting,'
and the 44-foot shot-putting of Kin-
sey and Pen Venne.
The distance runners haven't ex-
tended themselves as yet, but Hoyt
was confident that they will round
into top form with more work.
Regular time trials are scheduled
for next Saturday afternoon, at
which time the cinder-pounders will
have another opportunity to show
what they can do.
Gridders Are Still At It
LOS ANtJELES, Jan. 14--P-
Football bids a belated farewell here
tomorrow when the New York Giants,
champions of the National Profes-
sional League, and a powerful aggre-
gation of pro players comprising an
all-star team meet at Wrigley Field.
33 eu '.erain orini laces Crayne
Kundla, foul (on Sofiak) . ..18 34
Thomas, tech. foul (Kundla), 19 34 Smith at 145. The latter four boys
Thomas,..ch.fol.(unda219 34 are all freshman.
Thomas, long........ . . . . . JohnnyrJohnstone of the Intra-
mural Department will act as referee,
State Wins Easily, 36-21 Levandowski will be time-keeper,
Wins ! while Matt Mann, Varsity swimming
From Western Reserve coach will take care of the announc-
EAST LANSING, Mich., Jan. 14- Price of tickets is 25c and 75c.
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quintet rushed to a 36-21 conquest of
Western Reserve University of Cleve- Leafs Strengthen Hold
land tonight. TORONTO, Jan. 14.-(AP)-The
Chet Aubuchon, guard, was the Toronto Maple Leafs strengthened
star and tied with anothEs State their fourth place position in the
guard, Callahan,!for scoring honors National Hockey League here tonight
guar, Calaha, Iwhen they defeated the Chicago
at 8 points. John Blair, tall Western Black Hawks 3-1 in a comedy of pen-
Reserve guard, led his teem with 7. alties.
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