THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tonight's Contest Is 63rd
In Historic Puck Feud
Between Two Teams
(Continued from Page 1)
of collegiate hockey will alternate on
Big Marty Falk, a newcomer to the
Minnesota-Michigan series but a vet-
eran of amateur hockey, will be in the
Gopher goal. Falk played in the To-
ronto series last season and then was
out of action until the Southern Cali-
fornia series last December.
In one of their games against the
Illini Falk became one of the few
goalies in hockey history to have
scored a goal when he came out and
made a penalty shot.
The Gophers starting line will have
Frank St. Vincent, who is right be-
hind Mariucci in scoring, at center.
Babe Paulsen another newcomer will
take over one wing spot while the
other will me filled in 'by Hayden
The Gopher's alternate forward line
will match the starting trio in scor-
ing ability. Orv Thompson, a sopho-
more, is stationed at center, with
Captain Anderson at right wing and
veteran Bob Rhineberger on the left
As in all previous games, Wolverine
hopes for a victory will depend on the
first line combination of George
Cooke, Ev Doran, and Al Chadwick.
On defense will be Capt. Les Hillberg
and Larry Calvert both of whom will
be forced to turn in 60 minute per-
Alternating with the fast forward
line will be the sophomore line of Bert
Stodden, Jim Lovett, and Chuck Ross.
Although not noted 'for their scoring
drive so far this season, they have
been able to keep opposing teams
from making those much' needed
Gopher Sextet Invades
Minnesota Sophomore Scoring Threats
Harold Paulsen, Bert McKenzie, and Haydon Pickering, are the three
Gopher sophomore puck stars to be watched tonight. This trio started
the season as Minnesota's "kid" second line but now Paulsen and
Pickering are the number one wings. Tonight's game is the first of the
two game series. The face-off is at 8:00 p.m.
Ten All-Americans To Compete
In Ohio State Meet Tomorrow
By MEL FINEBERG tivities to sprinting tomorrow night
Second In Row
At Penn State
Wolverines Face Nittany
Lions Tonight In First
Meet Of Eastern Trip
Michigan's Varsity wrestling team
will be gunning for its second straight
victory of the season tonight when it
faces Penn State College, Pa. in the
first of a two-meet Eastern road
trip. The Wolverines will journey to
New York City immediately after
their encounter with the Nittany
Lions to battle the New York Athletic
Club Saturday night.
A capacity crowd is expected to be
on hand tonight as the Perma Staters
attempt to gain revenge for their 22
to 6 loss to the Wolverine, at the
Field House last year. It will also be
the Lions second meet of the year,
Coach Carl Spiedel's club having
already wrestled Nebraska's travel-
ing team to a 14 to 14 deadlock.
Seeks Second Straight
The opening match will find Michi-
gan's Tom Weidig seeking his second
straight win at the expense of Carl
King, veteran State 121 pounder,
while Andy Sawyer, 128-pound red-
headed sophomore, will meet Frank
Craighead, runner-up in the Eastern
Intercollegiate meet last year.
In the 136-pound battle, Michi-
gan's Jim Mericka will be the favor-
ite in his match with sophomore
Frank Gleason, while Capt. Harold
. Nichols at 145 and Rex Lardner at
155 will also be pitted against State
first-year men. Nick will grapple
Frank Horpel and Lardner will take
on Joe Scalzo.
Bachman Is Lion Star
Frank Morgan will be facing the
Nittany Lions' best man in the 165-
pound match when he faces Capt.
Don Bachman. Bachman beat Morgan
when the two met last year and he
has lost only one match in three
years of wrestling' at Penn State.
Don Nichols tangles with Ernie
Bortz of State in the 175-pound battle.
Last year, Nick beat Bortz in the
heavyweight encounter at the Field
The final match of the evening will
find Forrest "Butch" Jordan of the
Wolverines an overwhelming favorite
to down Bob Elliott, State sophomore
who has already been pinned in his
one match this year.
By BuD BENJAMIN
^Right on hand and fighting all the
time to keep the Wolverines on, top
will be "Spike" James in the goal for
the home team.
Minnesota Pos. Michigan
Falk G James
Mariucci D Hillberg
Cramp D Calvert
St. Vincent C Doran
Paulsen W Cooke
Pickering W Chadwick
Minnesota spares: McKenzie, K.
Anderson, Thompson, Rhineberger,
Michigan spares: Stodden, Lovett,
Tobin, Samuelson and Ross.
Drills For Trip
To Face Iowa, Ohio State,
Without Center Rae
Michigan's Varsity basketball squad,
victims of a one-two punch last
weekend, worked out yesterday in
preparation for what promises to be
another tough pair of battles coming
The Wolverines, minus Jim Rae who
is definitely out for three weeks, head
west by train Friday to meet a re-
juvenated Iowa team that has just
finished polishing off Purdue and
Chicago. Monday night Michigan
takes on Ohio State, conquerors of
Indian;, at Columbus.
Coach' Bennie Oosterbaan decided
to give Jim Rae's injured back a good
rest after his star pivot man suf-
fered through the Minnesota game.
In his present stiff condition, Jim
cannot scrimmage with the team and
his shooting has suffered from the
lack of practice as a result.
By the beginning of next semester,
Bennie hopes Rae will be back in his
old form--a happy state of affairs
which would mean a lot to the Wol-
verines' Conference hopes.
Meanwhile Danny Smick will con-
tinue in the center position with
sophomore Tom Harmon and Charley
Pink teaming at the forward posts.
Harmon and Pink were Michigan's
high scorers against Wisconsin and
proved to be the bright spots of an
otherwise cloudy Michigan picture.
Although they have already dropped
three games, the Wolverines still are
within hailing distance of the Big Ten
leaders by virtue of the defeats hand-.
ed Minnesota and Ohio Monday night.
. .. .
The' Intramural Pool is going tol
look like a coach's heaven tomorrow
might as no less than 10 all-American
swimming stars high-light the Ohio
State University-University of Michi-
gan swimming meet.
The Buckeyes will bring six of the.
natators whom Ed Kennedy, Colum-
bia swimming coach and the "Wal-
ter Camp of Swimming" placed on his
all-American squad of 1938.
Leading. the invaders will be Al+
Patnik, the outstanding diver in the
country last year. Patnika literally
cleaned up. , He was Big Ten cham-
pion, National Collegiate champion
and National A.A.U. champion. He
was unbeaten in dual competition.
Bring Olympic Breastroker
Johnny Higgins, ranked second in
the breast stroke to Dick Hough of
Princeton, comes here with experience
in the 1936 Olympics. Higgins, a pow-
erful swimmer, has been counted on
by Coach Mike Peppe for a first in his
speciality and a big margin in his
medley relay leg and what Higgins
doesn't pick up, Bill McKee usually
stoops for. McKee was awarded
fourth place in Kennedy's rating and
in the first of the Buckeye-Wolverine
dual meets, McKeeturned the tables
on his teammate %and whipped him.
The Bucks are counting heavily on
Billy Quayle, ranked third in the 100-
yard sprint. Quayle is expected to
swim anchor on both relays and
then to turn in a better than a .53
hundred in the free-style. Quayle
outsprinted Michigan's Ed Kirar at
Columbus last year in 52.5.
Johnson May Sprint
Bob Johnson, the invader's cap-I
tain, was rated fifth at 220 yards
last year and finished second to Tom
Haynie in the furlong at the Big Ten
meet. Johnson may confine his ac-
Psi U. Wins I-TR
After trailing 11-0 in the third and
deciding game yesterday, Psi Upsilon
staged a brilliant comeback .to down
-Sigma Nu 17-15 and win the fratern-
ity volleyball championship. Sigma
Nu won the first game 15-6 and
dropped the second 15-13.
The outstanding performer for the
winners was Paul Keller, while Don
Brucerand Lige Norton stood out for
the Sigma Nu's.
Phi Kappa Sigma has rolled the
best score to date, 2417, in the quali-
fying rounds of the fraternity bowling
league. Lynn Parker of the Phi Kap-
pa Sigmas has turned in the best in-
dividual performance when he rolled
a 215, and also the best three-game
total of 539.
however, as Peppe might gamble on
him in the free-style relay and pos-
sibly the 100- and keep him out of
Woodling May Enter Relay
Kennedy placed Elwood Woodling
sixth in the 1500-meters but Wood-
ling may do just about anything at
all tomorrow night. He was Junior
A.A.U. individual medley champion
last year and is likely to go in the
quarter. It was rumored that Wood-
ling might join the free-style relay
team besides doing his distance swim-,
The Wolverine all-Americans will
be Tom Haynie, rated third in both'
220- and 440-yard free-style, Johpny
Haigh, placed fifth in the breast
stroke just behind Ohio's McKee, and'
Adolph Ferstenfeld and Hal Benham,
ranked third and fifth in fancy div-
The pool should be full of lightning
when these comets, plus several soph-
omores who have gained all-Ameri-
can interscholastic rating, meet.
All Freshman football players
now out for boxing report to box-
ing room indWaterman Gym at
4:00 p.m. today.
PRIVATE SIGHTS OF A PUBLIC SIGHTSEER:
Don't believe the drivel which local wisenheimers are purporting anent
the Siegel-Lovett postponement at the Congress show Tuesday night .
Some of the fast talking boys are hinting that there never was any bout, that
Lovett had never been signed, that Siegel was out of training and unpre-
pared . . . This sort of stuff is pure Ferdinand . . . Siegel was in the locker-
room with all his equipment before the bouts started . . . His opponent was
phoned repeatedly by Phil Westbrook, but the Detroit number provided no
Lovett . . . Two reasons for his failure to show up have been suggested:
(a) Mr. Lovett was dissatisfied with his expense provisions which local pro-
moters say was entirely adequate; (b) Mr. Lovett was dissatisfied with his
opponent-for which he cannot be blamed. Mr. Siegel has plenty of "whack"
inside of those ropes . . . . Speaking of ropes, reminds me of that rare story
of philanthropy emanating from the local National Guard . . . Each year,
these gentlemen, headed by a Col. Burlingame, sponsor the local Golden
Gloves tourney at the Armory . . . University boxers have participated freely
-and successfully . . . To adequately seat the patrons at this show, the spon-
sors have borrowed seats from the Yost Field House and have been duly
accommodated . . . Yet when Congress had the audacity to ask the Guard
for the loan of their boxing ring the other night, they were quickly refused
Athletic authorities have hinted-and in no uncertain terms-- at
these gentlemen had better look elsewhere for their seats this year.
MARRIAGE NOTE:-Congratulations to Fred Martin, 1958 javelin star, and
his recent bride, the former Louise Mars, '38 . . ..Walt Peckinpaugh, the
apple eating baseball captain, reports a thorough eye examination this Christ-
mas with near-perfect results . . . Which should quiet his fears about glasses,
eye-cups, etc. . . . Before I forget, there will be no University representatives
'at the local Golden Gloves matches this month . . . Sports writers are
divided on every aspect of the Lewis-Louis heavyweight tangle this month
except the result . . . All give the nod to the Brown Bomber, but several
scribes have suggested that since both fighters belong to the same race, the
bout will lack the usual viciousness of Joe's fights . . . Jimmie Rae is through
for the rest of the semester-at least . . . His "sacroiliac" maladjustment is
causing medics no little concern . . . It is located in the same area of the
'back as an old high school malady, and it keeps jumping out of place
when he practices . . . Rest seems to be the only cure . . . The palm to
Richard Bray and Carl Burt for a swell job of officiating at the Michigan-
Minnesotd basketball party last Satidee . . . Congress made enough for two
scholarships at their show-fine business . . . Charley Toll, former Prince-.
ton tackle, and Butch Jordan should have a real bout when Michigan's
wrestlers grapple the New York A.C. Saturday night . . . Toll is an ex-
Eastern Intercollegiate champ and a rough brother . . . If 600 odd fans.
(before exams) don't prove that boxing will draw here-well, then pass me
the celery, Jeeves . . . Wouldn't a Bill Watson-Don Siegel bout be a pip?
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The 1938 all-America track teams
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