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Sixteen Frosh agers
Whin Numeral Awards
Sixteen members of the promising
1940-41 edition of the Michigan
freshman basketball team were
awarded numerals for the season,
Coach Ray Fisher announced yes-
The list includes: Morris Bikoff,
Flint; William Brown, Ann Arbor;
Fred Bryan, Melvindale; Harry Cas-
well, Ann Arbor; Martin Cooper, Chi-
cago; John Ehlers, Ann Arbor; John
Numerals were also awarded to
Walter Friehofer, Indianapolis; Ralph
Gilbert, Flint; Robert Gilbert, Chi-
cago; Robert Hubert. Kalamazoo;
William McConnachie, Montclair,
N.J.; John O'Hara, Detroit; Mervin
Pregulman, Lansing; Robert Shemky,
Crystal Falls; and Walter Spreen,
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March 2, 1941
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Puckmen, Cagers Lose; Wres tlers Defeat Navy
Ufer Sets 440
11 Points For
Collins Scores Michigan
Goal In 2-1 Setback;
Stodden, Loud Feature
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possible commendation for his fine
performance in the low barrier
event, so does Michigan's Al Thomas
who was nosed out by scant inches.
Leading at the third hurdle, the Maize verines. Two of these were majors,
and Blue junior was barely overtaken called against Fred Heddle and Bud
at the finish; but proved that he Henry for fighting, early in the sec-
will be a strong contender in next ond period. The exchange of fisti-
week's Conference meet at Purdue. cuffs threatened to develop into a
real battle royal when several mem-
The other pair of outstanding per- bers of both teams attempted to join
formances were turned in by Wolver- in, but the officials stepped in and
ines Bob Ufer and Johnny Kautz. In stopped the skirmish without more
the 440-yard dash U~fer, a powerful- ado.
striding 44opyordresbeUerd pea- The game started fast with the Go-
striding sophomore, bettered team- ~
mate Warren Breidenbach's meet phers storming the Michigan net in
mark of last year by a tenth of a sec- an effort to put the game on ice
ond in the exceedingly fast time of early. They had nine shots at Hank
49.7. Breidenbach didn't compete last Loud, Michigan net-minder, but Hank
night because of a scholastic defici- turned them all aside. Michigan got
ency, but is expect-dl to add his six shQts at Goalie Burt Joseph of
strength in the all-important Con- Minesota but were also unable to
Don't Be Fooled . ..
TON'T LET Michigan's compara-
-tively easy track victory last
night deceive you, dear neighbor.
Don't start getting mathematicalj
and come out with the conclusion that
the Wolverines will be nothing but
cinches to handily capture the Con-
ference title next weekend in Lafay-
Don't bring the old records of
past performances to the Double's
headquarters and begin pointing
out that Indiana stinks because the
Hoosiers had the time of their
lives edging out Ohio by less than
a point, while the superman Wol-
verines completely smashed the
Buckeyes in the Field House last
Please don't pass that kind of junk
off on the Double. He gets awful
sore sometimes. Nope, neighbor, as
much as we'd like it, they still aren't
handing out the Conference cham-
's nshin on duial meet triUMphs this
To Ohio State
Ruehle Keeps Wolverines
In Game With 14 Points,
Then Goes Out On Fouls
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igan got but one point, while Ohio
State looped eight to put the game
safely on ice.
The losswas Michigan's seventh
against five Conference victories, and
it was Ohio State's seventh league
win in 12 starts.
The Bucks opened the scoring with
a short basket by their stellar for-
ward, Dick Fisher, but then Michi-
gan jumped into a brief 6-2 lead.
From then on, however, it was a see-
saw contest with the two teams bat-
tling .for the lead throughout the first-
The score was tied six times during
the half, which ended with Ohio
State on the long end of a 24-19
count. Ohio State went on a scoring
spree in the last five minutes of the
period, running up a nine point lead,
but two quick Michigan baskets just
before the intermission sliced the ad-
vantage to five points.
While Ruehle ran wild scoring,
Ohio kept the clever Mike Sofiak,
Michigan forward bottled up through-
out the encounter. He made only five
Sofiak and Capt. Herb Brogan,
however, played an outstanding
floor game while for Ohio, sophomore
guard Max Gecowetz was the all-
around star, playing a fine defensive
game and scoring nine points. Fisher
led Ohio scorers with 11 points.
Kiemach, Paddy Win By Falls
As Matmen Sink Middies, 19-9
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Weidig decisioned Bill Godfrey in the
128-pound class and Ray Deane fol-
lowed suit by getting the referee's
nod over Navy's Earl Buchwalter,
36-pounder. Trailing 11 to 0 the
Middies gained their first three points
when Blue took Barnett's measure.
Michigan came right back, however,
getting five more points as Paddy
pinned Dick King's shoulders to the
mat with an arm hook and body press
after 8 minutes and 17 seconds in
the 155-pound tussle.
Navy retaliated in a close 165-
pound bout between Tar Mick and
Ray Courtright. Both grapplers had
four points each when Bennett gained
two more points for gaining top side
just before the time limit was reached.
Galles' victory over Weems in the
light heavyweight bout, by decision
gave the visitors a comfortable lead
19 to 6. Navy added three more points
to its total on Emerson's decision
over Emil Lockwood in the unlimited
decisioned Buckwalter. Time ad-
145-pound Class :Blue, Navy, de-
cisioned Barnett. Time advantage
155-pound Class: Paddy, Michigan,
threw King in 8:17 with arm hook
and body' press.
165-pound Class: 'ennett, Navy,
decisioned Courtright. No time ad-
175-pound class: Galles, Michigan,
decisioned Weems. No time ad;)ant-
Unlimited Class: Emerson, Navy,
decisioned Lockwood. Time 4:50.
Referee: Hollobaugh (Pennsyl-
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iexrie"Kautz Ties Record
Running a fine race, Kautz equaled
Dye Hogan's meet mark of last year
in the 880, winning from Wolverine
Jack Dobson by about five yards in
the fast time of 1:56. . The Michi-
gan junior took the lead on the last
lap and won going away. Sophomore
Dave Matthews finished third to give
the Wolverines a sweep and nine
points in the event.
In the grueling two-mile run lanky
Bill Ackerman gave evidence that
he is rounding into much better shape
by lapping his nearest Buckeye com-
petitor, Gene Kiracofe, and winning
the event in impressive fashion with
a clocking of 9:45.2.
The quartet of field event winners
was headed by big Bob Hook, veteran
shot-putter, who turned in a fine
heave of 47 feet 8%12 inches, bettering
Buckeye George Simmons by almost
two feet. Wolverine Tommy Law-
ton was third.
McCarthy Wins Again
Sophomore Frank McCarthy ex-
tended his string of broad jump vic-
tories for Michigan by leaping 22
feet 2/ inches for an easy first
place, while Capt. Don Canham and
Charlie Decker swept their special-
ties, the high jump and pole vault, in
rather easy fashion without being
extended by the Buckeyes.
Ohio's Capt. Les Eisenhart, ace
middle-distance performer, outclassed
the Maize nd Blue's Karl Wisner in
a 4:20.7 mile. The Wolverine stayed
right with the Buckeye leader forj
three and 9 half laps, but when the
invader turned on his last lap burst
of speed, Wisner was unable to stand
the pace and losttby _everal yards.
The evening's finale, the mile re-
lay, was awarded tothe Scariet squad
on a foul committed by Wolverine
Thomas, when he was ruled to have
cut in too sharply on Bob Sulzman
on a curve in their third leg of the
race. Michigan, anchored by the
fast-stepping Ufer, went on to beat
the Buck quartet to the tape by 20
yards in 3;24.5.
Paulsen Scores First
The Wolverines held until 2:26 of
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the second frame when Babe Paulsen year.
scored the first Minnesota goal on a A trio of outstanding Indiana
double pass from Bobby Arnold and competitors like Campbell Kane,
Allan Eggleton. It was a beautifully Roy Cochrane and Archie Harris
executed play with the Babe skating can reap in almost enough points
in on the net after eluding the Mich- to win the big meets despite the
igari defensemen, taking a short pass balance of which Michigan may
from Arnold and faking Loud com- boast.
pletely out of position. The facts still reveal that Indiana
Six minutes later, with the Wol- has 27 returning points from last
verines playing short-handed, the year's Big Ten indoor debacle, while
Twin Cities outfit did it again. Fred Ken Doherty only has 15 old tallies
Junger, the fastest skater Michigan still lingering around his pastures.
has faced this year, raced in on the To be sure, the Wolverines are a
goal where he picked up a rebound track squad that seems to be mov-
of a shot by Defenseman Ian Ander- ing along rather rapidly. Even
son and blazed it past the defenseless Coach Doherty admitted after last
Loud. night's showing that "if the im-
"The fireworks are starting now," provement continues during the
thought those of the spectators who next six days, I won't say that In-
had seen Thursday's holocaust, won diana will be favored to cop this
by Minnesota, 8-0. But the Michi--I meet."
gan defense tightened and held the It will be close, let there be no
visitors scoreless for the remainder question about that. It ought to be
of the game, an interesting weekend.
Bob Collins Tallies ***
Five minutes after the Minnesotans The judges thought speedster Al
had concluded their scoring for the Thomas was a naughty laddie for
evening, Bob Collins picked up a cutting off Ohio's Bob Sulzman so
loose puck at his own blue line, skat- abruptly in the final relay race last
ed down the left bank into the corner, night, and decided to penalize the
swerved in toward the goal, feinted Wolverines accordingly by handing
Burt Joseph off his feet and pushed out a disqualification.
the puck into the corner, Those sort of decisions are rare-
ly made in a close meet. They are
The crowd broke into deafening far too arbitrary. Runners have a
applause and implored the Michigan habit of bumping into each other,
club to tie it up. But it was not to shoving, pushing and cutting, es-
be. The Gophers held for the re- pecially on the turns. Occurences
mainder of the period and in the such as that are almost always un-
thirdsframe resorted to defensive tetial. At top speed, it's rather
tactics. The Maize and Blue had I difficult to look around and ob-
one chance with about a minute to serve whether you are the legal
play when Charley Ross, following a step ahead before moving to the
shot by Goldsmith got the puck in rail.
front of the net. Joseph saved, how-
ever, and the Wolverines' last chance Charlie Decker was somewhat dis-
was gone. hiarle p f ilinfn n ,a iii f
A Naval Reverse
121-pound Class: Klemach, Michi-
gan, threw Gano in 6:45 wth half
nelson and body press.
128-pound Class: Weidig, Michigan,
decisioned Godfrey. Time advantage
136-pound Class: Deane, Michigan,
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. .. Buckeyes Beat Us
Miklson, f 0
Miller, f 5
Fisher, f 5
Jorgson, c 3
Graf, c 0
McLain, c 3
Gecwets, g 3
Dawson, g 0
Mees, g 0
Mich. G F T
Sofiak, f 2 1 5
Cartml, f 1 1 3
Doyle, f 0 1 1
Wstmn, f 0 0 0
Mndlr, c 2 4 8
Glasser, c 0 0 0
Ruehle, g 6 2 14
Brogan, g 3 0 6
Comin, g 0 0 0
Hermn, g 0 0 0
Houle, g 0 0 0
Totals 14 9 37
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Totals 19 7 45
Personal fouls: Miller 1, Fisher 3,
Jorgenson 4, McLain 3, Gecowets 1,
Dawson 3; Sofiak 3, Westerman 1,
Mandler 1, Ruehle 4, Brogan 2.
Missed free throws: Cartmill 3,
Dawson 2, Mandler 2, Sofiak 2, Mc-
Lain 2, Gecowets, Fisher, Doyle and
Referee: Adams (De Pauw); um-
pire, Reiff (Northwestern).
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Two Floors 615 E. William St.
Mile Run-Won by Eisenhart,
Ohio ; Second, Wisner, Michigan;
Third, Leake, Michigan. Time 4.20:7.
60-Yard Dash-Won by Hammond,
Ohio; Second, Piel, Michigan; Third,
Wright, Ohio. Time 6.4 seconds.
440-Yard Run-Won by Ufer,
Michigan; Second, Porter, Ohio,
Third, Dobson, Michigan. Time 49.7
(New meet record.)
65-Yard High Hurdles-Won by
Wright, Ohio; Second, Sulzman, Ohio,
Third, McCarthy, Michigan. Time 8
seconds (Ties Yost Field House rec-
Shotput--Won by Hook, Michigan,
47 feet, 8% inches; Second, Simmons,
Ohio; Third, Lawton, Michigan.
Two-Mile Run-Won by Ackerman,
Michigan; Second, .Kiracofe, Ohio;
.1hird, O'Malley, Michigan. Time 9.-
Pole-Vault --Won by Jecker, Micb-
igan, 13 fect; Second, three-place tie,
Segula, Wedenoja, McMaster, all
Michigan, 12 feet, 6 inches.
88-Yard Run-Won by Kautz,
Michigan; Second, Dobson, Michigan;
Third, Matthews, Michigan. Time I
minute, 56 seconds. (Ties meet rec-
65-Yard Low Hurdles-Won by
Wright, Ohio; Second, Thomas, Mich-
igan; Third, Hall, Michigan. Time
7.4 seconds (New Yost Field House
High Jump- -Won by Canham,
Michigan, 6 feet, iM Inches; Second,
Three-place tie, McCarthy, Michigan;
"Yeh," said Decker, head down, MADISON, Wis., March 1-(/P)-
eyes sad, "with somebody else." Riding along on the crest of a 10-
- -- game winning streak, the powerful
University of Wisconsin Badgers tri-
AP Sport Shots umphed over Minnesota 42 to 32 to
capture their first undisputed 42 to 32
NEW HAVEN, Conn., March 1.- Ten basketball title since 1918.
(P)-Wayne University swimmers of The Badgers grabbed an early lead,
Detroit were deefated by Yale's un- increased it to a 25-16 margin at the
beaten team 48 to 27 today. Bill half, and then marched on to their
Prew of Wayne had the only double eleventh straight win against 12 Con-
win of the meet, taking the 50-yard ference foes before a capacity crowd
dash in :23.2 and tying the Yale of 13,500 madly happy fans.
recvrd in the 100-yard free style. I In avenging a 44-27 licking handed
Wayne's Capt. Andy Clark finished them by Minnesota in the Conference
ahead of Rene Chouteau of Yale in opener January 6, the Badgers also
'the 440-yard free style. boosted their season scoring total to
* 536 points to better an all-time high
LOS ANGELES, March 1. -P"- of 519 set by Indiana in 1940.
Bay View, 50 to 1 shot, shook off the Gene Englund, Wisconsin center,
clalleuge of the mighty Mioland bagged 13 points to bring his individ-
and the rest of the brilliant field and ual total to 162 points, two shy of
sped on through the mud to score a the Conference record of 164 points
smashing upset victory in the $100,- set by Bill Hapac of Illinois in 1940.
000 Santa Anita Handicap today. Don Carlson, Gopher forward, led
Bolingbroke, another long shot, ran his team with eight points, bringing
a startling third. his seasonal total to 116, with one
---in ---o--n-~Oi.game still to be played.
Sperling, Ohio;:,Jones, Ohio.- - - - - - - --
couragea aver iaing to pole vaui
over 13 feet last night . . . One of
the Wolverines came up to Charlie
to see what was wrong.
"Just didn't have any jump,
that's all," explained Decker.
"Was she here," inquired the
Broad Jump--Won by McCarthy,
Michigan, 22 feet, 21 inches; Second,
Keller, Michigan; Third, Hoeflinger,
Mile Relay-Won by Ohio (Hold-
ren, Porter, Sulzman, Collins) (Mich-
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