THE MICHIGAN D.AILY
ne Swimmers Triumpyh Over Bulldogs, 46 To
Cagers Travel To State; Ma (men Face Purple II
Spartan Five Grapplers Try Sextet Meets Minnesota
Seeks To End IN THIS CORNER To Start New (Continued from Page.1 received an ofer ,o
___c__ga__Jix_ By _E___NEBE__Vic orytringCm Johnny sonGl ame- Blackhawks while still
./ son, Fred Heddle and Bill Canfield. Thursday when hefa
.Collins, husky sohomore from De- single goal and made
Clah n ew Fiel House Ba big fA B lir al,,Coach Keen Shifts Lineup; troit, broke into the limelight Thurs- Faaseorhd
Is Expected To Drw OHNNY LATNwsaottreqatr fa orlt narr'ving V styHopes To Gain day when he took a pass from Larry l gi g i
Record Crowd Tonight Tat the Union Billiard Room (pool hall before the recent housecleaning) First Conference Win fired the puck pas ""Marty Falk, barty resets th u1
Thursday afternoon, but he finally showed up. In a way it was unfortunate _____Gopher goalie for the Wolverines' sec-'o Ma goalee wh is
(Continued from Page 1) that he did arrive; it left the opportunity for one of the poolroom characters GungfrthifrsCneenendndatscr fhevnn. o'agaie hos
to remark that it was "better Layton never" Grthrea. He takes all
and who has seen considerable ac- But in spite of such an unillustrious beginning, Mr.' Layton proceeded win, the Wolverine varsity wrestlers Calvert himself scored the other penalty shots and Ja
tion in relief roles, will not make the t t ael t osewill face an underdog Northwestern Michigan taly the first period nois net-minder clai
trip because of a bad cold that has hower t as axpprent hat he hamjust e nr ous thentns squad tonight at 7:30 p.m. at Yost when he skated the length of the ice the hardest shot on
confined him to bed. Bill Cartmill coldecause is face aspery redh adst orid. Ad s l the nes Field House. It will be the grapplers' and scored om Falk after the Minne- has missed but one i
has been slowed up by a charlie markd tathuse a r IN f oeet reut he e- last home appearance until the Navy sota net-minder had kicked out his years. -
s sohkskd h rmeet on F.4frh eadingat4scornedo
hore is w contentions that florid face had so odiously presented. Coach Cliff Keen, who saw a dual The Minnesota line-up will see CO- is diminutivoaelBabe
-tCanshrIteNew Field HounewasaquiKeeamuhing. Hididn't drostteredelastowthe asmelight Thswep
AIs rd eptaes h wiO meAT n a .aytnres-quatet record of16 straight wins shat- captain Frank St.Vincent at center started playing ity le
Alth Cw oug tt a enwitht weainvewth Hayein tPicinond rold hsomnowdo
the services of Bob Phillips, six-foot e in a three-cushion billiards with a couple of the local through the rlower g classes, "Babe" Paulsen playing the wings. he he dwai
forward who caused Michigan plenty talent although it was likely that this too was a direct result of the will send a slightly juggled lineupr h eMarlen s e
Thrdyatron u e ial hwdu.I Rwyi a notnt ouhgadefre olvMriucce wllTh Baeeen-o
of trouble in the last game, for the cold weather. He managed to scrape out a nair of wins but it wasn't against the Wildcats. A forced changeae w o I
past two weeks, it has found a cap- the Mr. Layton that must have astounded the schnooks down at will be made in the 121-pound divi- teanm upsths Kno ra m ate end- spree Thursday whe
able replacement for him in Joe Ger- Joe's Snooker Parlor in those days before the frigid days set in. But, wsion, where junior Fred Klemach will fthe pos r thae reter less than six points t
ard, whot sieno n sophrbe ak evn to t uninita it was apaent tat MnMr. L n ha ore take er from the ijured veteran theMpadfo, theGophepr.do inge hecredited with tJ
Phillip left or hishome to week than passig acquintanc withlle gac.eIfnsoeonerwregtooomtWeies.ern __Michigan___tally__inthe__first__period_
to when hisfth er dit and e present him with a Chrstmas present of h ee round bal s he would a Another shift, in then 136
just a rend tise weekn but he ilow immediately that it wasn't an invitation to a pawn shop but spot filled against the Illini by John
have a ardtm braing intoe.Gead e the rather a billiard game. Raschbacher. Sergeant's win in the
Syracuse games and was tse n Now this Mr. Layton has had quite an interesting life-if you find that pfrance in the past week' dris
to Chet Aubuchon in the Marquette sort of thng interesting. At the tender age of 13 he won the championship give him the nod.
tilt. of the state of Missouri, a phenomenon of no small note. It appeared that At 165, both Jim Galles Nawho won
Aubuchon, who is the same height Mr. Layton the first was a contractor and builder and, as is the wont of most a decision victory last week) and Art
as Gerard and plays guard, is the contractors and builders, had a spacious house. And in every other room Paddy will weigh in, and Capt.
leading scorer on the team. In 12 there was a billiard table of sorts. Here a snooker, there- a pocket table and "Butch" Jordan and Jack Butler are
games this season, of which State then again a straight rail table. It became the talk of the country gentry; possibilities for the heavyweight post.
has won nine, Chet has collected 107 it was described like a hotel only instead of saying 12 rooms with adjoining Michigan till probably meet its
points and 47 of these have come bath it was 12 rooms with adjoining snooker table. biggest hurdles tonight in the 128
hfrom free throws. But from there he graduated to bigger things although the figures show and heavyweight classes. The Wild-
Best In State's History that it took quite a while for him to receive his diploma. He was 32 when, cats' two wins in their 28-6 trim
The little "Sparkplug" is being in 1916, he won the poket billiards world championship. In between he wing by Iowa last Satuday were
called the greatest guard in State's had e tor,'haeotouract o th la st 40syears.ascored in these divisions. Capt. Joe
history, and some have even ventured atmusthave atorthesh4ky atGluckman, 128-pounder, is i veteranu
tosayhe is one of te best if not the Was it worth while to leave his plane and folding ruler? "Well,,, with a reputation, and will provide
best in. the country. Only a junior he said, "I don't figure that the game owes me anything ve done Michigan's Joe Robmison with a stiff
Aubuchon is being praised for his a test. Big Joe Vavrus, one of two
marvelous ball handling, dead-eye t . musb ne tohben tuandet e theoungast. Seoe the c sretiy, other letter ,ien n the invaders'
shots and all-around floor workid'he rs beniewt aeChnitmsresentheoundy. lsehe would' M squad, is described as a threat for
In the opening game here at Yost imdeed (from this expletive it must be obvious that Mr. Layton is a the Conference heavyweight title in
Field House the State stair was held very mild man). A I see of it is the highway. Im either driving or advance notices.
to only one field goal, but he turned . playing billiards." Return of Hank Puharich, promis-
in acure ga envehame along with ing sophomore 145-pounder, whom
somCet buco n lymkn.Ti r atnwsavnigaogi er mrhingherMahquettng ivle him ketnodo h Iw e
Coach Ben Alstyne of the Spartans with him, was an decided increase in .weight. It was not only marchingt brightened Northwestern's hopes
has eased up on his team this week with him but it had gotten a step in front of him. He acknowledged the somewhat but 136-pounder Jack
in practice for fear that they might fact, albeit with more than a modicum of regret. "I used to be 40 pounds Rothbart is still nursing the injurted
go stale, but he did not neglect to lighter than I am now. 138 pounds was my best playing weight and I neve shoulder that put him on the side-
stress to his players that to stop went up over 141. And I used to train like a fighter to keep fit. Roadwork, conines io thee spob.anepost.
Michigan they must stop Capt. Jim calisthenics, rope-skipping and the rest." contin illepobe
ae fst 4otse aeco- But could he keep up with this young blood now that he's out of train- 121 pouds: Frd Inach , (M) vs.
ae soreI14pitaes itortakesor-' t obablesin erps8- ta n d
nth"a itKeep up with the mt, he puffed, "I don't need to train to, keep up Luke Hollister (N).
ing honr inth fistnougnterand inwith them. don't need condition to keep up with them. I beat them with 128 pounds: Joe Robinson (M) vs.
cadthe st attu d theSga e'say eno or a eno ornfcfrtels0yas
histe up, wtokhob eitzgergald i my brain." Supplemented by a cue, it was assumd. Joe Gluckman, capt. (N).K
for the Wolverines, and the Spar- Among the things that Mr. Layton pointed out was the fact 136 pounds: Jack Sergeant (M) vs.
tans are not forgetful. athat all you needed to know to play three-cushion billiards was how Bob Vanderpool (N).
Glass Backboard Worries to add up to eight. In his diamond system (the rewards for whIch 145 pounds: John Paup (M) vs.
The Wolverines may be faced with Hank Puharich (N).--
a backboard handicap tonight if the have bronght hm gems) certain spots on the sides of the tables have 155 pounds: Harland Danner (M)
reports from the teams that have particular arithmetic values. All you have to know to make the vs. Ed McMillan (N).
played on the new Jenison floor are billiard is to subtract the osition of the object ball from the position 165 pounds: Jim Galles or Art
correct. State's opponents have com- of the cue ball(All determined by the relationship to the spots or Paddy (M) vs. John Ferguson (N).
plained that the ultra-modern glass diamonds) and then shoot. Simple, isn't it? Just say to yourself 175 pounds: Don Nichols (M) vs.
backboard on the court is very dis- six minus four equals two and then shoot at diamond two. Dick Trubey (N).
advantageous to invaders, because OThr.eLythasradcrogMr. Lason ,. masiht long illnHeavyweight: Forrest Jordan or
Oh p A stneotheSprttherjwlsadroled frmc r.Layon'sglistwasothJack Butler (M) vs. Joe Vavrus (N).
Only State, players are supposed forthcoming; that he had 400 stops to make on his tour and that he needed leeget b a3 oer acB
to have learned the knack due to a cup of coffee.mbll nuBskebaue
go their oppotun, ity ; to ptigc o°ihe hnIa ow onssm etrickin weghtandfnver Kaolam taoopu4 himosd he s e
sots against te board aiy. Jric O K S States Sox N~ew York Yankees Mail Ka ansa State 32 Nebrska 25 ~*
se hisplaye-U thtSt tenWiplo Be S ra e ri Player Contracts To 31 John Carroll 36, Baldwin-Wallace *A *GE S '
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Rae FRu finmBn WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., Jan. 19. Yankees precipitated another one of Alma 69, Michigan Normal 40
Ra scre 14 as. t aeso-ig K pwt te, he p uffe" on'sne o truesincontkestsupto- ke Carlse N) . no3
Brnubuhon rshipofteChiagoWitthose baseball guessing contests to- Carleton 5.
Pink G Dalrymple -(P)-Legal problems involving own- day by announcing that they had Eau Claire (Wis.) Teachers 59,
Brogan G Aubuchon ership of the Chicago White Sox mailed out 31 player contracts for R rFl 5 Ws)Tahr 9
- won't keep the club from being right 1940 and that one of them called for Drake 47, Grinnell 33
-But They Found in the thick of the American League a cut in salary. Lawrence Tech 40, Calvin 34
le t a pennant race next summer, Manager htwots unftute eso n Rapids Junior,ackson
Jnmmy ydmight be, but the baseball writers Albion 32, Hope 27
His only comment on reports from named Vernon (El Goofy) Gomez. ,
Mal Elward, Purdue's head football Chicago that the J. Louis Comiskey ----- - -
coach, tells this on himself: heirs would oppose a plan of bank WASHINTON, Jan. 19.-(A)-Pres-
Jesse Harper, then Notre Dame trustees to sell the club was: "It will ident Clark Griffith of the Washing-
coach, sent Elward into the game make no difference to us. We'll be ton Senators, once an enemy of night
as a a substitute for the late Knute in there scrapping." baseball, asked technicians today to
Rockne. Dykes made no rash predictions for give him an estimate on the cost of 6
"Keep your mouth shut and no- the coming season. lighting Griffith Stadium for night$8
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