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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JAN. '2, 1939

Minnesota Outroughs Michigan Pucksters To Triumph

4To0

Illini Grab 37-34
WinO ver Badgers
MADISON, Wis., Jan. 21-UP)-The
Illinois sharpshooters, Bill Hapac and
Lewis (Pick) Dehner, sparked the
Illini into undisputed leadership of
the Big Ten Conference tonight by
taming the fiery University of Wis-
consin cagers, 37 to 34.
Hapac, forward, scored 17 points
on seven field goals and three free
throws. Dehner, center, tallied 10
points on three field goals and four
free throws. The Illini started click-
ing late in the first half and cap-
tured a 16 to 15 halftime lead.
Dave Dupee, forward, was high
scorer for Wisconsin, collecting six
field goals and three free thrws.
Andy Smith, forward, who played
only part of the game, was second
with eight points.
It was Illinois' fourth victory :n
five games and Wisconsin's third de-
feat in five. Minnesota and Indiana,
co-holders of the conference lead up
to tonight, were idle, thus allowing
Illinois to move to the top.
Michigan FiveI
Meets Veteran
Buckeye Team
Lynch Is Only Newcomer
On Squad That Finished
Third Last Year
The traditional Ohio State-Michi-
gan feud takes to the hardwood to-
morrow night when Coach Bennie
Oosterbaan's Varsity quintet invades
Columbus to meet a hard-fighting,
veteran Buckeye squad - the same
team minus Jim McDonald that fin-
ished third in last year's Conference
race.
Ohio lost five Big Ten games last
season and two of them were to
Michigan. That fact is expected to
add extra heat to the festivities.
The Buckeyes stamped themselves
as prominent title contenders in their
opening game two weeks ago when
they scored a convincing 45 to 38
triumph over the heavily favored In-
diana five. This was followed by
another win over Northwestern, but
last Monday they suffered their first
reverse at the hands of Illinois.
Ohio State's first team is made up
entirely of veterans, with Bob Lynch,
reserve guard last year, replacing big
Jim McDonald, only regular lost by
,graduation. Michigan fans just
loved Jim.
Capt. Jim Hull, the squad's big gun,
is the boy Columbus fans are boosting
for All-Conference recognition this
year. In the Buckeyes' final three
pre-season games and first three Big
Ten scraps, Hull averaged 14 points
a game to rank among the leaders in
Conference scoring. Last season he
was fifth in the Big Ten with 136
pointst-a mark that established a
new Ohio State record. He will start
at one forward post tomorrow.
Another high scoring senior, Dick
Baker, is Hull's running mate at the
other forward position. Center
Johnny Schick rounds out a speedy,
sharpshooting forward line.
Guard Dick Boughner was good
enough last year to rate Conference
honorable mnetion along with Hull
and McDonald and is a defense bul-
wark besides being an accurate shot.
He scored 72 points in 1938. Bob
Lynch has been performing satisfac-
torily at the other guard.
The game will be hotly contested.
In Ann Arbor last year the Ohio-

IVarsity Downs
New York City
Matmen, 20-8
Wrestlers Win Last Six
Events After Dropping
First Two MatchesI
NEW YORK, Jan. 21. -(A')-The
University of Michigan wrestlers com-
pleted a successful dual meet trip in
the East today by defeating the New
York A.C. matmen, 20-8 at the home
club's gymnasium.
Having successfully disposed of
Penn State Thursday, Coach Cliff
Keen's team won five decisions
against the New Yorkers, lost one;
won one match by a fall and lost an-
other the same way.
Peterson Pins Weidig
Cleveland (Tiny) Peterson, Nation-
al 121 pound champion who threw
Sophomore Tom Weidig in 5:10 with
a cradle hold and Freddie Collins who
decisioned Andy Sawyer were the
only victors of the hosts.
Thereafter, Jim Mericka scored
over Warren Bund, Harold Nichols
defeated Alex Henry, Ralph Turner,
Frank Morgan, and Forrest Jordan
bested Don Taylor, Frank Gonzales
and Gridley Barrows all by the ref-
eree's decision.
Nichols Scores Fall
Michigan scored its fall when Don
Nichols, 175 pound champion of the
Big Ten, tossed Charles Powers in
6:11 with a top scissors and a reverse
half nelson.
It was Don's third victory of the
season as against no defeats, and his
brother, Harold, has the same rec-
ord. Michigan, last year's Big Ten
titleist, next faces Michigan State
Feb. 12.
SUMMARIES
121 pound-Cleveland Peterson,
NYAC, defeated Tom Weidig, fall
(cradle hold) 5:10.
128 pound-Eddie Collins, NYAC,
defeated Andrew Sawyer. Referee's
decision. /
136 pound class-James Mericka,
Michigan, defeated Warren Buna,
referee's decision.
145 pound-Harold Nichols, Michi-
gan, defeated Alex Henry, referee's
decision.
155 pound-Ralph Turner, Michi-
gan, defeated Donald Taylor, referee's
decision.
165 pound-Frank Morgan, Michi-
gan, defeated Frank Gonzales. Ref-
eree's decision (overtime).
175 pound-Don Nichols, Michi-
gan, defeated Charles Powers. Fall,
(top scissors and reverse half nelson)
6:11.
Heavyweight -Forrest Jordan,
Michigan, defeated Gridley Barrows.
Referee's decision.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Jackson J.C. 47, High. Park J.C. 33
Columbia 37, Cornell 32.
Yale 27, Princeton 26
Missouri 54, Nebraska 41
Western Reserve 57, Case 30
Wilmington 40, Denison 30
New York A.C. 45, Georgetown U. 43
South. Methodist 40, Texas A&M 29
Tennessee 30, Kentucky 29
Rice Institute 44, Texas Christian 41
a lot of fouls. Conditions are still
the same evidently because in Ohio's
win over Washington during Christ-
mas vacation, the Bucks were charged
with 20 fo'lis and the Huskies 17.
PROBABLE LINEUPS
Michigan Ohio State
Pink F (c) Hull
Harmon F Baker
Smick C Schnick
Beebe G Boughner
Thomas G Lynch

Three Outstanding Sophomores I
Strengthen Quarter-Mile Ranks,

Sports

(Editor's Note: This is the third In a
series of articles discussing the pros-
pects for the 1939 Michigan track team
which will be defending its Big Ten
Indoor title this winter. Toda-the
440.)
By DICK SIERK6
When three freshmen quarter-
milers run the distance in better than
50 seconds it is to be expected that
when those same freshmen become
sophomores (as freshmen are wont
to do) they will find the varsity coach
awaiting their coming with open
arms.
And just so does Wolverine coach
Charlie Hoyt welcome sophomores
Warren Breidenbach, Phil Balyeat and
Jack Leutritz to his squad. But here
complications enter in, for veterans
Doug Hayes, Doss Faulkner, and
Harvey Clarke are all better than 50
second quarter-milers and all are
back seeking their regular berths.
Clarke, Leutritz Move Up
To solve this problem has called
for some rather astute maneuvering
on the part of CoachsHoyt and even
this has not entirely solved his prob-
lem of six better-than-50 men. Char-
lie's partial solution has been to
shove Leutritz and Clarke up a notch
into the half-mile. These men will be
available for the 440, however, should
spme unforeseen event cause a short-
age in the quarter-mile ranks.
Faulkner and Hayes will probably
be in there when the Wolverines
square off against Michigan State in
the first meet. Ross, a strong, smooth-
striding runner, took down second in
the outdoor Conference meet last
spring and, although he has been
hampered in his workouts this winter
by frequent colds, should rate as one
of the best in the Conference.
Breidenbach Is Smooth
Hayes finished fourth in theindoor
Conference meet last year and the
extra year of running under Coach
Hoyt has improved his chances of
bettering that accomplishment in
this year's meet.
Breidenbach is the smoothest run-
Track Team Holds
Final Time Trials
Coach Charlie Hoyt's Wolverine
track squad gave definite indications
that they are rounding into top form
as they went through the last in a
series of pre-season time trials at
the Yost Field House yesterday after-
noon.
"It looks like a pretty well balanced
team with quite a few of the second
place men almost as good as the
leaders," was the Wolverine men-
tor's comment. "The boys appear
in good physical condition, and if:
they're all available, we'll win some
track meets."
Although the sprinters' work did-
n't seem quite as satisfactory as he'd
like to have it, Hoyt expressed con-
fidence that the short distance
speedsters would improve in due
time.
Ohio SLate agers Hand
Army Five First Defeat

ner of the entire field. He has not hadj
much chance to show what he can do
in competition but he turned in a 49
flat quarter on one occasion last'
year out-of-doors.
Hoyt Enthusiastic
Balyeat is technically not a sopho-
more, having transferred here from
Michigan State, but this is his first
year of varsity track. He, too, has
done 49 flat and won the Junior
AAU quarter-mile championship last!
summer.
Hoyt is enthusiastic about prospects
for a good mile relay team and ex-
pects the Wolverines will improve on
their fourth in that event in the in-
door meet at Chicago last year. Wal-
do Abbott, another veteran, will prob-
ably see service with the relay team.
The ultimate success of the four-
some will, however, according to
Coach Hoyt, depend upon the develop-
ment of the sophomores.

The Ringers, Daily staff represen-
tatives, defeated the Type Lice 31-
29 in an extra period game at the
Intramural building yesterday for
their third straight win on the in-
dependents' basketball league. It was
a scoring duel between Mel Fineberg
of the winners with 20 and Bill Cain,
who scored 27 of his team's 29 points.
Results of other games yesterday
in the fraternity Class A league show
Psi Upsilon beat Sigma Alpha Mu 23-
8, Phi Delta Phi trimmed Delta Sig-
ma Pi 20-3, and Alpha Omega fell
before Pi Alpha Kappa 13-3. The
B.M.O.C. Boys defeated the Terrors
23-8 in the other independent game.
Sam Henderson will meet W. P.
Foster in a semi-final handball match
Monday evening, the winner to meet
Ralph Roseman for the all-campus
championship later in the week.

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WEST POINT, Jan. 21.-(k)/-
Army's basketball team dropped its
first game in six starts this season
today, falling before the high scoring
Ohio State combination 48 to 39.
The Big Ten five took the lead in
the first minute of play on two field
goals by Baker and never was head-
ed. With both teams using a fast
break and scoring often, the first half
r ended with Ohio State on the long
L end of the 28-21 score.

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