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Notre Dame Quintet Invades Field House Tomorrow
For '38 Defeat
Fitzgerald To Start Game
At Forward; Visitors
Boast Four Victories
By CHRIS VIZAS
Having already settled with Wis-
consin for last year's defeat, Notre
Dame's basketball squad will attempt
to settle the score with its second Big
Ten opponent when it engages Mich-
igan this Saturday night at 7:30 p.m.
at the Field House.
The favored Irish quintet will also
be out to continue a four-game win-
ing streak in addition to revenging
the defeat which they suffered at
the hands of the Wolverines on their
own floor in the last 70 seconds of
play last season. Charlie Pink tied
the score up when he made good on
two foul shots that he was awarded
and Danny Smick followed this up
with a field goal to give Michigan
a 40-38 triumph.
Wolverines On Short End
The set-up this Saturday will be
the same as last year when the Wol-
verines went into the game on the
short end of the odds for the second
straight week, but then as now the
Michigan squad had defeated a fa-
vored Spartan basketball squad the
Whether Michigan can repeat last
year's performance of up-setting the
pre-game dope twice in a row is high-
ly doubtful, but as the optimist Ben-
nie Oosterbaan has been saying right
along, "You never can tell what is
going to happen."
However, Oosterbaan has a great
deal of respect for Coach George
Keogan, who is starting his 17th sea-
son at the helm of the Irish cagers,
and he has stated that, "Notre Dame
has a good basketball squad this year;
but then they always come up with
A* great team."
Traveling Squad Doubtful
At present Oosterbaan's biggest
worry is who to take on the Eastern
swing. Last night he stated definite-
ly that Capt. Jim Rae, Charlie Pink,
Herb Brogan, Mike Sofiak, Bob Fitz-
gerald, who will start against Notre
Dame, and Bill Cartmill would be
or the traveling squad.
Due to their consistent perform-
ances and the fine brand of ball they
played in last night's final scrimmage
before the ,Irish contest, Bill Herr-
mann and GeorgeRuehle appear to
have the inside track on two of the
This leaves six men from which
the last two posts must be filled;
Dave Wood, Jim Grissen, Norm Call,
Joe Glasser, Don Holman and Harold
Westerman. Wood and Grissen must
prove their charlie horses are com-
pletely well and Glasser must con-
vince Oosterbaan he has fully re-
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Elis, Coached By Murray
Have Powerful Squad
The Michigan hockey team, bound
"or Colorado today where they will
Mueet a strong Colorado College out-
It tonight and Saturday, will be back
n Ann A-bor Jan. 2 for a contest
with Yale University that should be
one of the top games of the year.
The Yale tilt will be played at the
Michigan Rink starting at 8 p.m. and
as Jan. 2 is the day before classes re-
sume at Michigan, a good crowd is
Elis Traditionally Strong
The Elis will undoubtedly put one
of the best teams on the ice that
Coach Eddie Lowrey's Wolverines will
face this season. Yale hockey teams
are traditionally strong and play in
the same league with some of the
best college hockey teams in the
In their opening game this season,
the lads from New Haven walloped
the New York Athletic Club puck-
sters by a one-sided score of 9-1. The
game was featured by the brilliant
play of Dave Rodd, senior center who
pulled the "hat trick" scoring once
in the first period and twice more in
The second game for the Eli end-
ed in a 5-5 tie after 70 minutes of
hectic hockey. Although the Blue
took the lead four times during the
course of the contest, their opponents
the Boston Junior Olympics came
back each time to tie the score and
send the game into overtime.
In the extra period, Yale gain took
the lead but were forced to be con-
tent with a tie when the Boston team
scored a minute before the final gun.
Burr On Squad
Michigan sport fans should remem-
ber Freddy Burr, captain and star de-
fense man of the Eli hockey squad.
He played quarterback for the Yale,
football team which was defeated by
the Wolverines 27-7 in Ann Arbor
The Yale squad is coached by
Murray Murdoch, former star wing-
man of the New York Rangers, who
gained the title of "iron man of
hockey" during his 12 years in the
IN THIS CORNER
Ly MEL FINEBERG
From Me To You Down at the Field House track,
those inveterate feuders, the quarter
Whoa, Donner, Whoa, Blitzen. Got Imilers and the half milers, are at it,
to leave a few packages of Christmas. again, debating the respective merits
of each class. To settle the dispute,
cheer before we pack our little bag it was decided to match the best of
and go over the housetops to the land each crew in a 660-yard race. Warren
of nod. These are not to be opened Briedenbach, Conference 440 cham-
until Christmas. pion, and Dye Hogan were chosen to
Herbert Orrin (Fritz) Crisler: The run but only under the agreement
mmr chamnionnhin and the Bi that Briedenbach would run the first
Four N.Y. Giants
Selected On AP
All-Star Pro Team
NEW YORK, Dec. 14.-(;P)-Shorn
of their team title, the New York Gi-
ants today salvaged a measure of sat-
isfaction with the announcement that
four of their number were selected
for the 1939 National Football League
first all-star team, chosen by a vote
of the 10 coaches.
The Chicago Bears placed three
men, the Washington Redskins two
and the Philadelphia Eagles and the
newly-crowned Green Bay Packers,
one each. Only four players are re-
peaters, and for the first time in
league history two first-year men-
Davey O'Brien, of the Eagles, and
Bill Osmanski, of the Bears-were
selected. First Team
L.E.-Don Hutson, Green Bay.
L.T.-Joe Stydahar, Bears.
L.G.-Dan Fortmann, Bears.
Cen.-Mel Hein, New York.
R.G.-John Dell Isola, New York.
R.T.-Jim Barber, Washington.
R.E.-Jim Poole, New York.
Q.B.-Davey O'Brien, Philadelphia.
L.H.-Tufy Leemans, New York.
R.H.-Andy Farkas, Washington.
F.B.-Bill Osmanski, Bears
Paul Sobek, six-foot forward, will
be the only sophomore in the Notre
Dame quintet's starting line-up
Saturday night. At present he is
leading the Irish in the scoring
column, which shows that Notre
Dame has averaged a point-a-
minute in its four-game winning
covered from a cold to be considered.
Three Irish Threats
At the same time Oosterbaan pon-
ders over his traveling squad, he must
figure out how to stop Keogan's three
threats, Capt. Mark Ertel, center,
and forwards Ed Riska and George
Sobek, a sophomore who has been
burning up the meshes for the Irish,
Assistant Coach Jake Townsend,
who scouted the Irish in their 51-33
victory over Wisconsin, reports that
Ertel is one of the finest pivot men
in this part of the country. He stands
6 ft. 4 in. and is the loose and re-
laxed type on the floor, who can fake
and handle the ball well. He scored
14 points against the Badgers.
Ed Riska, 5 ft. 11 in. forward,
will be the smallest man in the
Irish starting line-up, which av-
erages 6 ft. 1 in. and a man to
be watched since he is a constant
scoring threat. Last year he scored
19 points against the Wolverines,
and Tuesday night against the
Badgers he warmed up by scoring
Heavyweight Beats Wilson
In All-Caipus Meet
New . champions were crowned in
six divisions as the All-Campus
wrestling finals were held yesterday
afternoon at Yost Field House.
Top bout of the day in point of
interest was Rudy Sengel's 7-5 decir
sion over John Wilson for the heavy-'
weight title. Sengel, tackle on Coach
Wally Weber's . freshman football-
squad, was competing in the mat.
sport for the first. time.
The 177-pound title went to Jim
Galles, sophomore, on a 19-16 deci-
sion over Emil Lockwood, while Ralph
Turner, '41. pinned Emanuel Knob-
loch in 7:29 for the 167-pound
Freshman Marvin Becker took a.
17-11 decision over Bob Bird in the
147-pound finals, and the 138-pound
championship went to Phil Detwiler
on a 15-13 decision over John Ser-
geant. The last title to be decided,
in the 123-pound class, was taken
by Harvey Littleton, '43, who pinned
Jack Toomey in 5:29.
The finals atd130 pounds between
IBill Creason and Jim Butler and the
match between Art Paddy and Harold
Langstaff for the 157-pound crown
have been postponed until the first
week after the holidays.
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Ten championship. A line that is
thicker in reserves than the hair on
Milo Sukup's head. A schedule that
will test the team without building
up to a psychological letdown.
Bennie Oosterbaan: A giraffe
and an octopus.
Major Bob Neyland: A happy new
Howard Jones: See above.
Charlie Bachman:' A happier year.
The Ace: A Merry Christmas.j
You'll need it.
Eddie Lowrey: Ice in the summer
time-without paying the ice man.
Harry Thomas: Either a gag or a
can opener. The former to keep him
quiet in the future: the latter to let
him start talking in earnest. Either
one will be a relief from the eye-
wandering, thumb-twirling Thomas
we've come to know and love.
Seven American League Base-
ball Teams: More rules and
regulations to cut the New York
Yankees down to their own size..
Eight National League Baseball
Teams: Hope that the Seven Ameri-
can League Teams get more rules
Matt Mann: The three little fishies.
Tom Harmon: Another Forest Eva-
Forest Evashevski: Another Tom
Herbert Orrin (Fritz) Crisler: (cf.
above) another Tom Harmon and
another Forest Evashevski.
Jerimiah T. Mahoney: More "wars
of aggression" so he can use more
of those high-sounding words to de-
scribe those "aggressed against."
A.A.U. in general: More boners to
pull to keep the A.A.U. in general
public disregard-as per usual.
New York Boxing Commission:
One less Harry Thomas.
Skiers in Ann Arbor: The new
skiing jump and teaching school
that is being planned.
Skiers in general: More snow to
ski on top of.
This Corner: Less of that g. .d.
Campus in general: A Merry, Merry
Christmas and a Happy New Year.
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lap (220-yards) in 27 seconds andc
then let Hogan set the pace for the1
second lap. Then they'd fight it out.1
Briedenbach started out, as per
schedule, ran a 26 second furlong and
then dutifully stepped aside to let
Hogan pass. But Hogan was bash-
ful, not to mention tired. "Go ahead,"
he puffed. So Briedenbach did. He
ran 27 seconds for the next 220 and
then 27.5 for the final third for a
total elapsed time of 1:20.5.
The closest time Ken Doherty can
remember is when this same Bried-
enbach ran 1:20.3, outdoors at the
end of last year. It looks as though
we can expect big things from the
taciturn quarter miler.
Hope 36, Michigan Normal 28
Hillsdale 50, Adrian 17
Lawrence 31, Cornell (Ia.) 25
Texas A&M 31, Denton Tchrs. 29
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Wolverine Mermen Head South
SToday For Lauderdale Meeting
By DON WIRTCHAFTER
Everybody around here goes on
vacation today except the Michigan
For the mermen it marks the start
of the annual trek toward the sunny
southland to take part in the Fort
Lauderdale International Aquatic
Forum, and while there's a change
of scenery ,o be sure, it will be busi-
ness before pleasure in Florida for
the Wolverines this year.
Both Ohio State and Yale are on
the Michigan schedule shortly after
school gets under way, and so Matt
Mann's five-car expedition takes off
for Florida today with the idea of
getting in plenty of work and train-
ing during the two-week sojourn.
Twelve Make Trip
Twelve varsity natators and one
freshman are making the trip with
Matt and his family. Included among
those going are: Charley Barker, Gus
and John Sharemet, Dobson Burton,
Bill Holmes, Ed Hutchens, Jim Welsh,
John Patten, John Haigh, Tommy
Williams, Ed Mack, Bill Beebe and
Strother "T-Bone" Martin.
As usual the high point in the
forum will be the annual East-West
relays that will be held Christmas
Day in the 50-meter Fort Lauderdale
pool. With Michigan, Ohio and
Wayne leading the way, the West
ought to find no trouble conquering
their eastern rivals.
While the Michigan team plays
the leading role in the afternoon
swimming exhibitions, Secretary of
State Cordell Hull will be the head-
liner at the annual banquet, express-
ing the theme of the forum, "Peace
Northwestern 41, Washington
Princeton 36, Colgate 33
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