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rackmen Triumph 79-15; Hockey Team Loses To Gop

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Thundering Herd Wins By 7-0 Score
Over Varsity Sextet In Colorful Tilt'

The shorthandedness hampered the
Gophers not a jot, however. In spite
of five penalties, they were always on
the offensive in winning their 15th
consecutive game, their third this sea-
son and their seventh in a row in two
years over Michigan. It was Michi-
gan's seventh game without a victory
and the end appears not yet in sight.
The score at the latest tabulation
was 7-0. Mariucci scored twice un-
assisted, Paulsen did the same, Ken3
Cramp scored once by himself, Dave
Lampton took a pass from Al Eggle-
ton to count and Eggleton reciprocat-
ed by taking a pass from Lampton.
The boys showed nice cooperative
spirit.
Only the excellent work of captain
Eldon "Spike" James in the nets saved
the Wolverines from worse than ig-
nimonious defeat. He made 38 saves
most of them while the Gophers were
close enough to him to be paying rent.
Gopher goalie Marty Falk made 30
saves, but most of them were from
so far out they could have been sent

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Detroit Opens
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Tigers Begin Pre-Season
Workouts At Lakeland
LAKELAND, Fla., Feb. 24.-(4P)-
The Detroit Tigers will open their
1940 training season here tomarrow
pitchers and three catchers.
The weather outlook was just fair.
Cool with occasionai shower was the
forecast. Manager Del Baker said
he would confine the squad to lim-
bering up exercises.
Seven new pitchers, including the
just-acquired Lynn Nelson, will be on
the spring roster. Nelson, obtained
with a light workout for their 19
from the Philadelphia Athletics in a
cash transaction, probably will re-
main all season. He won 10 and lose
13 for Philadelphia in 1939. Four of
Shis victories were over )etroit.
Freddy Hutchinson and Harold
Ncwhouser, talented youngster from.
I whom much is expected, were on hand
for the opening of the season. Hut-
chinson is believed to be about ready
for big things. Newhouser may be a
year away.

COLLEGE TRACK
Triangular: Purdue 431/2, Iowa 38,
Northwestern 26.
Builer 52 2,3, West.ernt Statev 51 1/3
i1llini-18, Chlicago 17
NATIONAL LEAGUE HOCKEY
New York Rangers 2, Montreal Ca-
nadiens 0
Toronto Maple Leafs 3, Boston

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Ohio State 48, Minnesota 43
Indiana 38, Chicago .34
Wtiern iState i51, Miamti -47
Noithwst~r:39. Iow", 29
Kansas 48. Nebraska 41
Kentucky 43, Vanderbilt 38
Lawrence Tech 47. Ferris 27
IIope 35, Alma 34
Ohio University 60, Cincinnati 37

Bruins 1

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MINNESOTA
Falk
Mariucei
Cramp
St. Vincent
Taulsen
Pickering

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field, Corson, Collins.
Minnesota alternates: Anderson,
Junger, Lampton, Eggleton, Keranen,
Rhineberger, Fischer.
First Period
1. Minnesota, Lampton (Eggle-

ton), 10:18.
2. Minnesota, Paulsen
ed), 14:0)0.
3. Minnesota, Mariucci
ed), 14:35.
Penalties: Mariucci E
Samuelson (tripping).
Second Period
4. Minnesota, Paulsen
ed), 3:25.
Penalties: RhinebergerE
St. Vincent (misconduct).
Third Period
5. Minnesota, Mariucci

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(unassist-
(tripping)
(unassist
(tripping)
(Junger)

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4:33.
6. Minnesota, Eggleton (Lampton
Junger), 16:33.
7. Minnesota, Cramp (unassisted)
18:31.
Penalties: Cramp (high sticking)
Mariucci (charging).

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