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Rae's 12 Points
Lead Changes 11 Times;
Tight Defensive Play.
Holds Scoring Down
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Of 9,212 Watch
Cagers Drop State, 32-27
Swimmers Sink New York A.C.
With Impressive 48-27 Victory
NEW YORK, Jan. 20.--A-)-Mich-Iformer Columbia star, in the 200-
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Mat men Overpower Wildcats
For First Big Ten Win, 24-8
Art Paddy, Harland Danner, Jim Galles Gain Falls;
Varsity Drops Heavyweight, 121 Pound Matches
ed push shot to pull up to within one
point of State.
However, the Spartans pulled away
again as the game progressed in a
slow tempo and before the half end-
ed the lead had exchanged hands
three times, but Michigan managed
to get a one point lead at half time,
State went ahead as the second
period opened and held the lead until
there were only eight minutes to go.
From here on the contest turned in-
to a wild and rough one that kept
the packed field house roaring, but
Michigan retained its calmness as
State began to press and it pulled
ahead with seven minutes to go 26-25,
as Brogan meshed a dog shot on a
perfect pass from Rae.
State failed to score again until one
minute was left and Michigan had a
three point lead. Hutt bucketed a
perfect backhand shot, but State
grew frenzied and shot wildly and
passed haphazardly to permit Rae and
Fitzgerald to score the final four
points for the Wolverines.
An important factor in slowing up
the tilt was an exceptionally slip-
pery floor that resulted in many
steps being called on both squads.
The new transparent glass back-
ground aided in keeping down
the score, since it offered no back-
ground for the players to shoot
against and required that they shoot
for the rims instead.
Not only did State lose a basketball
game tonight but the entire team lost
a steak dinner. Manager Everett
MacDougall promised the entire team
a steak dinner if they won.;
Bob Fitzgerald kept shouting at the
State Players when they were about
to shot, and Mike Sofiak continually
barked out "Aubie, Aubie," when the
Spartan star had the ball, and a lady
sitting behind the press box asked
one of the gentlemen laboring in front
of her, "Does that have any psycho-
Iogicil effect on the boys?"
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year and proved that facing a heav-
ier man made little or no difference
to him. He completely dominated
this fracas and was never at a dis-
advantage. The crowd laughed on
several instances when he noncha-
lantly hoisted Ferguson's leg with a
leg lift and tossed the Wildcat to the
mat. Danner scored his fall at 4:42
with a punishing key lock on Fergu-
son's left arm.
Pins Dick Trubey
Sophomore Jim Galles also moved
up a notch and pinned Dick Trubey
in the 175 pound match. Galles
wasted no time and gained a near
On Grid Card
Another Conference Game
Improbable; Eastern Foe
May Fill Out Schedule
Failing to name a new opponent to
replace The University of Chicago on,
Michigan's 1940 football schedule,
the Board in Control of Physical
Education said at their meeting yes-
terday that it would be necessary to
shift games in order to get a suitable
Because of the impossibjlity of
changing the schedule of any Big Ten
team, it was believed that an Eastern
squad would be secured. Fielding H.
Yost, speaking for the Board in Con-
trol, said that he wasn't sure when
an opponent would be named.
It also appeared that Michigan
State would be given a place on the
Michigan schedule other than the
traditional opening game. Michigan
State has Kansas Sate booked for
Nov. 2, but Coach Fritz Crisler last
week suggested a shift in schedules
with Spartan officials.
The entries of track captain Ralph
Schwarzkgpf in the two mile run at
the Melrose games in New York, Feb.
3, and Warren Breidenbach, middle
distance star, in the 600 meter event
of the Knights of Columbus meet,
Boston, Feb. 27 were approved by the
Plans for the renewal of the Mich-
igan AAU indoor track meet at Yost
Field House in March, with the pro-
ceeds going to the Finnish relief fund,
were also passed.
Radio station WWJ, Detroit, was
given the exclusive broadcasting
rights for all home football games in
1940. The bid, which the Board ac-
cepted, was "in excess of $8,000."
fall in the first few moments with a
top scissors. He went on to score a
fall over the Northwestern matman
at 2:14 with a body scissors and half-
At 145 pounds Johnny Paup regis-
tered a 16 to 2 victory over Hank
Puharich for Michigan. Paup dom-
inated this fast match and piled up
a point advantage with a head scis-
sors. He also scored a near fall and
several go behinds to clinch matters.
Jack Sergeant, Michigan, made an
impressive showing in defeating Capt.
Joe Gluckman, Northwestern, 8 to 3,1
in the 136-pound encounter. Ser-
geant took the offensive after the
opening minutes and soon passed up
the veteran Wildcat's point total.
Sergeant used a bar arm to good
advantage in defeating Gluckman.
Robinspn Wins Match
Scaring the first Michigan victoryj
at f28 pounds in three years, Joe
Robinson out pointed Bob Vander-
pool, of the Purple, 9-1. Robinson
slapped on a cradle and half-nelson
to control the early part of the match.
Vanderpool scored his only point with
an escape in the closing minutes.
Michigan dropped only two en-
counters to the Wildcats, Fred Kle-
mach being pinned by Luke Hollis-
ter in 6:25 at 121 pounds and heavy-
weight Jack Butler, wrestling in Capt.
Jordan's spot, losing to Joe Vav-
rus 14 to 5. Vavrus was heralded
as a threat for the Conference heavy-
weight title in advancenotices and,
he did show up well. Fred Klemach,
Michigan 12. pounder, lost to Hollis-
ter when he was pinned with a figure
four or hook scissors and half-nelson.
121: Hollister (N) pinned Klemach
(M) at 6:25.'
128: Robinson (M) defeated Van-
derpool (N) 9 to 1.
136: Sergeant (M) defeated Gluck-
man (N) 8 to 3.'
145: Paup (M) defeated Puharich
(N) 16 to 2.
155: Paddy (M) pinned McMillan
(N) at 2:29.
165: Danner (M) pinned Ferguson
(N) at 4:42.
175: (Galles (M) pinned Trubey,
(N), at 2:14.
Heavyweight: Vavrus (N) defeat-
ed Butler (M) 14 to 5.
Each Net Goal
James Makes 36 Saves
As Conference Champs
Win Second Straight
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period, that being on John Mariucci
It wasn't until the third period was
half through that little Freddy Jun-,
ger, skating through the entire Mich-
igan defense, after receiving a pass
from Mariucci feinted goalie James
out of position to gain the fourth
The fifth and final counter came
as a result of a very fine display of
stick-handling by St. Vincent on a
pass from Babe Paulsen at 11:13.
Tonight's game winds up the two
game series with Minnesota making
it a clean sweep to maintain its un-
The Gophers will meet Michigan
next at Ann Arbor in what is expect-
ed to be a series of thrills from start
to finish with the Wolverines striving
to take the Big Ten crown from Larry
Armstrong's strong aggregation.
Natators' Third Win
3C0-yard medley relay: Won by
Michigan (Richard Reidl, John
Haigh, Dobson Burton), second,
NYAC (Thomas Finnerty, Justin Cal-'
lahan, Walter Spence). Time 3:01.1.1
220-yard free style: Won by James
Welch, Michigan; second, Thomas
Williams, Michigan; third, Thomas
McDermott, NYAC. Time 2:14.2.
50-yard free style: Won by Charles
Barker, Michigan; second, Peter Fick,
NYAC; third, William Holmes, Mich-
igan. Time 0:23.7.
Fancy Dive: Won by Hal Benham,
Michigan, (140.13 points; second,
Jack Wolin, Michigan, (128.72);
third, Jack Smith, NYAC. (117.33).
100-yard free style-Won by Peter
Fick, NYAC; secondGus Sharemet,
Michigan; third, Thomas McDer-
mott, NYAC. Time 0:53.3.
150-yard backstroke: Won by
Richard Reidl, Michigan; second,
William Beebe, Michigan; third,
Thomas Finnerty, NYAC. Time
200-yard breastroke: Won by Jus-
tin Callahan, NYAC; second, John
Sharemet, Michigan; third, John
Haigh, Michigan. Time 2:28.8.
440-yard free style: Won by James
Welsh, Michigan; second, Ray Mul-
lane, NYAC; third, Blake Thaxter,
Michigan. Time 5:05.5.
400-yard relay: Won by NYAC.
(Thomas McDermott, Jack Thomp-
son, Walter Spence, Peter Fick), sec-
ond, Michigan (Charles Barker, Dob-
son Burton, Thomas Williams, Gus
Sharemet). Time 3:35.4.
igan's touring zwimming team gained
another impressive victory tonight by
defeating the New York Athletic Club
natators 48 to 27.
An exciting triumph in the 400-
yard relay, last event on the program
and a 100-yard victory for Peter Fick,
world 100 meters record holder,
saved local prestige.
Michigan took six of the nine
events with James Welch capturing
both the 220-yard and 440-yard free-
The free style relay was the most
exciting race on the program, as Fick
beat out Michigan's Gus Sharemet by
a touch on thevfinal leg to win in
3:35.4. Fick overcame a five-yard
deficit as he swam his 100-yard leg
in 53.3 seconds to duplicate his time
in the 100-yard individual race.
Gus Sharemet and his brother
John, sophomore stars, put in an un-
successful evening. In addition to
his defeat in the relay, Gus finished
second in the 100 while John trailed
Justin Callahan of the home club,
yard breast stroke.
Welch, National Collegiate 220-
yard champ, won his specialty in
2:14.2, beating his teammate, Tom
Williams, by at least 10 yards. Then
he won the quarter mile by six yards
from Blake Thaxter in 5:05.6.
Michigan's Charles Barker beat out
Pick in the 50-yard sprint in 23.7
seconds. Other Wolverine winners
were the medley relay team of Rich-
ard Reidl, John Haigh and Dobson
Burton, Reidl in the backstroke and
Capt. Hal Benham in the fancy dive.
DePaul 32, Chicago 22
Texas A.&M. College 51, Southern
Methodist University 49.
Marquette 46, Northwestern 30
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First Period. . Scoring: Minnesota,
Pickering (Mariucci, Paulsen) 1:43;
McKenzie (Paulsen) 13:35. Michigan,
Samuelson (Calvert) 6:00.
Penalties: Collins 2, Mariucci (5
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Second Period. Scoring: Minneso-
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Junger (Mariucci) 8:16: St. Vincent
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Fitzgerald, f 1
Sofiak, f 3
Harmon, f 0
Rae, c 5
Brogan, g 2
Pink, g 2
Grissen, g 011
Mich. State (27) FB
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