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TILE MLUIiGAN D:41LY

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Whips Sextet 6-0; Swimmers Meet Ohio

Tonight

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7ophers Score
In Each Period
For Easy Win

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PRESS PASSES

Game Enlivened By Fist c
Fights; Mariucci Leads
His Team In Scoring
(Continued from Page 1)
with the disk, Spike James had de-
flected his shot to Orv Thompson,
and when the latter fired a high one,
Spike stopped it with his shoulder.
The puck rolled off his arm to the
ice, Mariucci rifled it inand the
Gophers had their first score.
Hayden Pickering, flashy Gopher
wing, made it two after 2:08 of the
second frame had passed. He picked
up a loose puck in front of James and
rifled a low shot into the nets be-
fore Spike had time to set himself.
Eight minutes later it was three.
After Bert McKenzie had been oust-
ed for tripping, the Gophers decided
that five men were enough to score
a goal anyway. They wound up with
two before they returned to "full
strength."
That Man Again
Mariucci intercepted the puck deep
in his own ice, skated down the side'
with amazing speed to blast past
Calvert without even slowing up, and
shot a pretty pass to Pickering who
rammed it home.
One minute later, he carried the
mail alone, shooting through the
Michigan defense for an open shot
and another goal.
Bert McKenzie relieved Mariucci
in the third period and tore a page
out of his book with a well executed
goal. Thompson tossed him a pass to
the side of the nets, and sophomore
defenseman flipped it into the far
corner past James' lunge. The time

Michigan Minnesota
James, G Falk
Calvert D Mariucci
Hillberg D Cramp
Doran C St. Vincent
Cooke W Pickering
Chadwick W Paulsen
Alternates: Michigan: Lovett, Stod-
den, Ross. Minnesota: Anderson,
Boyle, McKenzie, Rheinberger, Kar-
anen, Thompson, Hokanson.
Officials-Art Leaver (Windsor),
Roy Reynolds (Chatam).
First Period
1. Minnesota - Mariucci f r o m
Thompson, 18:04. Penalties, Hill-

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By BUD BENJAMIN

berg, Cramp.
Second Period
2. Minnesota-Pickering,
3. Minnesota-Pickering
riucci, 10:36.
4. Minnesota-Mariucci,
Penalties: Stodden,
Mariucci, Hillberg.
Third Period

1:08.
from Ma-
11:06.
McKenzie,

The Swim Of Things ...
I IKE two chess players weighingj
4 their every move, Matt Mann of
Michigan and Mike Peppe of Ohio
State battle at a game of wits to-
night, and the winner will probably
be heralded as the coach of the finest
swimming team in the nation.
With the Intramural Pool their
board and a crew of outstanding
swimmers as their pawns, these two
gentlemen will stare at each other
across the churning waters of the
Natatorium, each attempting to anti-
cipate the next move.
In such a contest split second
decisions are made, decisions
which may well determine the
victor of tonight's meet. Trying
to fathom what intricate double
jump the two men may resort to
as a means to their end, is obvi-
ously impossible. The manipula-
tors themselves must wait for the
unforeseen to pop up before they
decide which move is most feas-
ible.

5. Minnesota - McKenzie f r o m
Thompson, 3:00.
6. Minnesota-PaulsoA, 14:36.
Penalties-Hillberg, St. Vincent..
Cagers Leave
For Iowa; Rae
Remains ere

the meet. If Michigan can take
this one, the Buckeyes will have
to go all out to win. But the edge
should go to Ohio with Harold
Stanhope, Johnny Higgins and
Billy Quayle rated over the Wol-
verine trio of "Good-Time"
Charley Barker or Bill Beebe,
Johnny Haigh and Tom Haynie
or Bill Holmes. /
In the 220-, we picked Tom Haynie,'
Bob Johnson of Ohio, and Ed Hut-
chens in that order. Loophole :-Will
Johnson beat Hutch and will Haynie
be yanked in favor of sophomore Jim
Welsh who can win?
In the 50-, Ohio appears weak.
Either Barker or Beebe can win but
probably only one will swim this
event. Then can Michigan's Holmes
beat out Johnson or Johnny Hart-
line? An will Johnson swim this
one?
The dive may bring up an upset
but in any event Michigan probably
won't be benefited. Earl Clark may
beat out his favored teammate Al
Patnik but both rate ahead of the
Michigan entries.
The 100- free should go to
Quayle. The Ohio junior is prob-
ably the fastest in collegiate
circles. But how about second and
third? Will Mann try to pick up
valuable place and show points
by putting Haynie and Barker
in here? Or will Holmes be able
to beat out Johnson for third
place?
The backstroke is another tough
one. Barker can win but so can Beebe
or Stanhope. We'll take Beebe, Bar-
ker and Stanhope in that order.
Johnny Higgins should win the
breast-stroke but here again the
runner-up spot will' be all-important.
Can Haigh beat out Alex McKee? We
, think so.

Varsity Matmen
Rally To Down
Nittany Lions.
Don Nichols And 'Butch'
.Tordan Win Final Bouts
To Give Team Victory
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STATE COLLEGE, Penn., Jan. 19.
-Special to the Daily)-By virtue of
a referee's decision in the final bout,
in the heavyweight class, the Univer-
sity of Michigan's wrestling team
opened their Eastern invasion by
downing Penn State, 16-12 here to-
night.
Points garnered by falls in the, 136
and 156 pound division proved to be
the visitors' margin of victory. The
Wolverines came from behind after
the Nittany Lions had annexed the
first two bouts by decisions.
Weidig Is Beaten
Tom Weidig, inexperienced Michi-
gan sophomore, fell a victim to Carl
King's clever grappling in the 121
pound class. Apparently stronger,
Weidig took the smaller Lion to the
mat at the outset, but was unable
to hold the advantage. The Michi-
gan grappler was able to reverse once
with five minutes to go, but King soon
took the advantage of the bout.
It was a close tussle in the next
division, with Penn State's Frank
Craighead showing superior skill to
overcome Carl Mosser in a split bout.
Jim Mericka, Wolverine 136 pound-
er, took the advantage at the outset
and with his opponent, Frank Glea-
son, having an advantage of head
scissors, the Wolverine used this to
his own advantage to pin Gleason in
five 'minutes, 58 seconds.
Nichols Gets Pin
Wasting no time, Capt. Hal Nichols,
pushed sophomore Frank Horpel all
over the mat and finally threw the
Nittany Lion with a simple leg pick-
up, giving the visitors a 10-6 ad-
vantage.
State .sophomore Joe Scalzo, 155,
gained an easy decision over Rex
Lardner. Scalzo took Lardner to the
mat with two minuteq gone, and ex-
cept for one short-lived reverse, Scal-
zo, with three near falls, got the
referee's nod. Capt. Don Bachman,
Lion 165 'pounder, duplicated last
year's result, working from under-
neath to gain the decision over Frank
Morgan and put State ahead 12-10.
Morgan gained the advantage at the
start, but was unable to hold the ap-
parently stronger Bachman in a see-
saw struggle.

Buckeyes And Wolverines Meet
At I-M In Battle Of Champions

(Continued from Page 1)
Ohio's Johnson. Johnny Hartline orj
Bill Howell.
The meet might well be over at
this time. If Michigan can takeefirst
and second in both 220- and 50-, or'
win the medley relay the Wolverines
may emerge from a year's submerg-
ence and rise again to the pinacle.
Patnik Should Win
The diving, both first and second
places, should be conceded to- the in-
vaders. Al Patnik, National cham-
'pion, is superb and Earl Clark, a
sophomore, is not far behind. Michi-
gan's entrants, Hal Benham and
Adolph Ferstenfeld, placed third and
fourth in last year's Nationals but
Patnik and Clark, barring an upset,
should prove too good.
The free-style will probably go to
Ohio's Billy Quayle who turned in a
52.5 century in the first Ohio meet
last year. Barker, Beebe, Holmes and
Haynie are all entered here with the
last two the likely starters.
Those Sophomores Again
The backstroke has the sophomore
triumvirate, Beebe, Barker and
Holmes pitted against Woodling and
Stanhope. In last year's AA.U.'s,
Beebe nosed out Stanhope for fifth by
a touch after the latter hit a bad
turn and the Ohio sophomore will be
out for revenge.
The breast stroke should go the
way of the dive and the century with
Olympian Johnny Higgins, butter-
flying his way to victory. Johnny
Haigh will have to fight it out with
Alex McKee, runner-up to Jack Kas-
ley of Michigan, in the National Col-
legiates two years ago.
IPRACTICALI
T RA IN I N G
II with an

In the quarter, Ohio will have to
fight for its points. Welsh and Hay-
nie can win but Ed Hutchens may
swim instead of the Wolverine cap-
tain. For Ohio, it will be between
Johnson again, Howell and Tron-
stein.
If the meet goes like the pair did
last year, the final event, the free-
style relay, will determine the/but-
come. Peppe will probably send John-
son, Howell, Howard and Quayle out
in an attempt to stop Beebe, Barker,
Hutchens and Haynie. This event
might be the peg on which the meet
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Michigan Center
To Make Trip;
To Meet Ohio

Unable
Varsity
Monday

Babe Paulsen ended the scoring for
the evening in the closing minutes
when he stole the puck from Stodden
aid skated in on James to score on.
a short flip. The time was 14:36.
Play Is Half-Hearted
Michigan's play was half-hearted
on occasion, especially in the early
minutes of the game. There was a
general reluctance in the Wolverine
ranks to mingle too freely with Mr.
Mariucci, the Eveland (Minn.) assas-
i, who is a native of the town which
sent Mike Karakus and Frankie
Brimsek to the major leagues. The
big boy wasn't pulling his punches
in those early moments and combined
with Ken Cramp, his defense mate,
he gave Marty Falk, Gopher goalie, a
quiet evening.
Spike James, as usual, had his regu-
lar nightmare in the Michigan goal.
With his defense being outmaneu-
vered and cohtinually penetrated,
James was peppered repeatedly from
near and far. His efforts prevented
the evening from qegeneratifig into
a complete 'travesty.
Penalties mounted as the game
progressed with eight misdemeanors
being called during the evening.
Capt. Les Hillberg of Michigan was
sentenced four times, once for a run
in with Mariucci and later for a simi-
lar row with Frank St. Vincent.

An 11-man Michigan basketball
squad boards the train for Iowa City
at 1 p.m. today and by the~.time they
return Tuesday local fans will know
whether it's thumbs up or thumbs
down on Wolverine Conference hopes.
TIe weekend engagementswith
Iowa and Ohio State should show if
the 1939 Varsity quintet has the stuff
it takes to get up after being floored
twice in a row.
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan an-
nounced yesterday that the traveling
squad will include his regular first
two teams minus center Jim Rae,
plus forward Dave Wood. Rae's in-
jury will keep him home for the first
time in two years.
Wood, a hard-working junior, is
fast and his play this week earned
him the eleventh place on the squad.
Danny Smick, Tom Harmon, Char-'
ley Pink, Eddie Thomas, and Capt.
Leo Beebe will take the floor tomor-
row night against the Hawkeyes and
the second five will include, John
Nicholson, Mike Sofiak, Russ Dobson,
Milo Sukup and Herb Brogan.
While Bennie worries about hid
team's poor shooting which produced
a bare 16 per cent accuracy average
in the last two games, Iowa's Coach
Rollie Williams is gleefully celebrat-
ing the contrary state of affairs.
Recalling the swift smart passing
and the "make your shots good" skill
of his team in their two victories over
Purdue and Chicago, he is hoping for
a repeat performance against Michi-
gan.
"I thought my boys handled the
ball better than any Iowa team of

Tonight the two swimming arma-
das of Ohio State and Michigan meet
to decide the winner of the first
round of the battle for national col-
legiate supremacy. The winner should
be the group which boasts of superior
performers, but an important part of
this meet will be fought from the
respective benches. The two squads
are so evenly matched that victory
may well be determined by strategic
placement of personnel. Each coach
has sufficient leeway in arranging
his slate; and the decisions are made,
in many cases, just before the event
begins.
Thus today it's Mann versus Peppe,
and as these two pilots steer their
courses, sports analyists will watch
their deviations from the charted
route with keen expectation. For in
this refinement of an apparently cut
and dried affair we have an element
of suspense-a spice and zest which
adds a red hot flavor to tonight's en-
gagement.
THIS column makes no pretense of
having fathomed tonight's out-
come. In collaboration with George
Andros, former sports editor of The
Daily and a keen student of swim-
ming, we have rather gone throiih~
the various events trying to pick out
the loop holes and question marks in
each event.
The first event, the 300-yard
medley relay, might well decide
recent years," he said Wednesday.
They worked in for short shots and
played two exactly opposite styles of
basketball efficiently. They were
alert on rebounds and the defense
was good."
That's not exactly an understate-
ment and it indicates that Michigan7
must show a reversal of form if they,
hope to move on to Columbus with
a second victory marked up in the
win column.
At present, the Wolverines' point
total is 117 for their four Conference
games and only two teams, Chicago
and Northwestern, are lower. Indiana
tops the Big Ten scoring with 149
points while the tenacious Minnesota
defense has the best record in that
department, having held their four
opponents to 110 points.

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Who'll swim the 440- for
Michigan? If Haynie swims in
the free-style relay he won't go
the quarter. Here again Welsh, a
comer, should win. But can Hut-
chens hold off Johnson? Or will
Johnson swim this one? How good
is Bill Howell? Will Woodling
forsake the back-stroke for this
one? But Michigan is good here
for at least six points and pos-
sibiy eight.-
The sprint relay should decide the
meet but here again entrants are
doubtful. For Ohio, it's likely to be
Johnson, Howell, Howard and Quayle;
for Michigan, Beebe, Barker, Hut-
chens and Haynie. But Welsh and
Holmes can do the century in pretty
rapid fashion.
It all comes down to a matter of
"ifs and maybes." Will Haynie swim
in the distances? Will Beebe or Bark-
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Ohio State?
Yes.

WRESTLING SUMMARIES
121 pound-Carl King, Penn State,
defeated Tom Weidig. Referee's de-
cision.
128 pounds-Frank Craighead,
State, defeated Carl Mosser. Referee's
decision.
136 pounds-Jim Mericka, Michigan,
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145 pound-Capt. Harold Nichols,
Michigan, defeated Frank Horpel by
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155 pounds-Joe Scalzo, Penn
State, defeated Rex Lardner, Ref-
eree's decision.
165 pounds-Capt. Don Bachman,
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