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Fraternity Mat Meet Ends In.



Hermitage, Phi
Gams Deadlock
For First Spot
Chi -Psi, Betas Split Third
Place Honors; Butler
Tops 136 Pounders
The Hermitage and Phi Gamma
Delta wrestling squads tied for first
place with thirteen points each in the
Interfraternity Wrestling finals held
last night at the Field House. Each
team won two first places and one
second place. Hermitage entered three
men in the meet and they all reached
the finals.
There were also two ties among
the next four finishers, Chi Psi
and Beta Theta Pi scoring ten
points each and Phi Delta Theta and
Zeta Beta Tau tying at nine points
each. Other results were: Theta Xi
and Chi Phi, five points each, and
Alpha Delta Phi, Phi Kappa Psi, and
Theta Chi one point each.
Jim Butler, Hermitage 136-pound-
er, came from behind to take his
division crown by scoring nine points
and finally pinning his opponent,
Chi Phi's Paul Wallace, at 5:43. Tom
Goodkind of Zeta Beta Tau pinned
John Haigh of Beta Theta Pi, form-
er varsity swimmer, in the fast time
of 32 seconds flat in the unlimited
121 pound class: Stewart, Phi Del-
ta Theta, pinned Katz, Zeta Beta
Tau, at 2:57.
136 pound class: Butler, Hermitage,
pinned Wallace, Chi Phi, at 5:43.
145 pound class: Martin, Chi Psi,
pinned Norwick, Phi Gamma Delta,
two falls, :54 and 5:43.
155 pound ^class: Fiske, Chi Psi,
pinned Bush, Beta Theta Pi, at
165 pound class: Ireland, Phi Gam-
ma Delta, won over Nies by default
at 6:49.
175 pound class: Swiderski, Herm-
itage, pinned Eshenroder, Hermitage,
in two falls at 3:19 and 3:34.
Unlimited: Goodkind, Zeta Beta
Tau, pinned Haigh, Beta Theta Pi,
at :32.
Jan. 17, Penn AC, Philadelphia.
Jan. 18, New York AC, New York.
Jan. 25, Purdue, here.
Feb. 20, Northwestern, Evanston.
Feb. 21, Iowa, Iowa City.
Feb. 22, Iowa State, Ames, Iowa.
Feb. 26, Wayne, here (tentative).
March 7-8, Big Ten Meet, Iowa.
March 10, Michigan State, here.
March 15, Wayne, Detroit.
March 28-29, National Intercol-
legiates, East Lansing.
April 4-5, National AAU, here.
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Prep Mentor
May Succeed
OS U's Coach
COLUMBUS, O., Dec. 17.-IP)-A1
miracle man of scholastic football
gained prominent attention tonight
in speculation over a successor to
Head Coach Francis A. Schmidt at
Ohio State University.
He's Paul Brown, who acts more'
like a classroom teacher than the
mentor of a Massillon, O., team that
has lost only one game out of 60 in
the last six years. Colorful and
precision-like, his elevens have won
him national recognition and at-
tracted more fans than were drawn
by any college team in Ohio except
Ohio State.
Brown was described by the Cleve-
land News as the "probable succes-
3or" to Schmidt, who resigned Mon-
day along with his entire coaching
staff ins the midst of a university
investigation of the coaching situa-
tion which followed Ohio's worst
season in 15 years.
Brown, who was nere two days
last week, said at Massillon that he
had talked with alumni representa-
tives about the job, but had not con-
tacted "anyone in authority".
"I would be definitely interested
in receiving an offer to coach at
Ohio State," he said, adding that it
would be "the fulfillment of a life-
time ambition."
Most prominently mentioned be-
Ades Brown were Jock Sutherland,
former Pitt coach; Earl Blaik of
Dartmouth, Buck Shaw of Santa
Clara, Wesley Fesler of Connecticut
Wesleyan, Marty Karow of Texas
A & M, and Earl Martineau of Mich-
Igan. Fesle' and Karow are former
Ohio stars.
Gopher Coach Contacted
MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 17-(P)-Dr.
George Hauser, line coach of the Un-
iversity of Minnesota's Big Ten
championship football team, tonight
said he knew Ohio State officials
were "interested in me" as a pos-

olve nIe (g1 ro Egage
Tough Irish Team Tomorrow

With victories over a pair of setups
behind them, Coach Bennie Ooster-
baan's Varsity cagers are preparing
for something stiffer in the way of
opposition tomorrow night when the
Wolverines travel to South Bend to
meet Notre Dame.
Victorious over the Irish on three
of the four occasions the two teams
have met in the past, Captain Herb
Brogan and his cohorts are harbor-
ing no illusions about the caliber
of their Indiana foe this year.
Coach George Koegan's quintet
ranks with the best in the Mid-West
The Irish opened their season last
week with a double-header victory
over Kalamazoo and Monmouth Col-
leges in which the Ramblers amassed
a total of 154 points., Koegan's
charges broke their all-time scoring
record in the first game by swamping
Kalamazoo, 81-34, and defeated
Monmouth in the nightcap, 73-39.
Every member of the Notre Dame
Tigers Won't Play
Home Night Games
DETROITr, Dec. 17.-(A)-Possi-
bility that the Detroit Tigers might
play night baseball at home during
the 1941 season was spiked today.
The Detroit Baseball Company an-
nounced flatly the American League
Champions would do all their play-
ing at home during the daytime.
Walter O. Briggs, Tiger owner, let
it be known early in the 1940 season
that he had consulted engineers on
the possibility of lighting the stadi-
uim, and it was believed for a time
Detroit might join the growing list
of night baseball proponents.
sible successor to Head Coach Fran-
cis A. Schmidt.
Asked whether he had been con-
tacted as a possible candidate, Dr.
Hauser said, "There's nothing I can
say about that. Everything is still
in the confidential stage."

team, with the exception of Captain
Eddie Riska, is six feet tall or
better. And what Riska lacks in
height, he makes up in scoring abil-
ity. The Irish leader tossed in 232
points in 21 games last year and
has already scored over 60, points
in the four encounters the Ramblers
have played to date.
Add to this the fact that Notre
Dame will be gunning for Michigan
to avenge the pair of two-point set-
backs suffered at the hands of the
Wolverines during the last two years
and the Varsity appears to be in for
a busy evening.
Milt Piepul Will Not Play
SOUTH BEND, IND., Dec. 17.-UP)
--Fullback Milt Piepul, captain of
the 1940 Notre Dame football team,
will not be able to play in the East-
West charity game in San Fran-
cisco New Year's Day.
Piepul said today he was unable
to get permission to miss his classes
to report to the East squad tomor-

Williams Defeats Fletcher Hall
To Annex Dorm Hockey Title

Combining a powerful offense that
scored three times in the first period,
with an impregnable defense, Wil-
liams House defeated Fletcher Hall,
5-0, at the Coliseum Monday night
to annex the 1940 Residence Hall
hockey championship.
It was the Williams Wildcats' first
championship in the two years of
dormitory competition. The victors
were led by Jimmy Claypool, who
tallied twice, and Steve Wygant,
Jerry Lavender, and Harold Frank,
who pushed across the other goals
for the victors.
But it was "Savin' Sammy" Sneath
who was the outstanding'nan on the
ice last night. The Williams goalie
made save after save, many of them
of the spectacular kind, in order to
keep his net empty. And with Gordy
Andrew and 'Joe Proctor carrying
the puck for Fletcher in a desperate
effort to score, Sneath had .his hands
In winning the hockey crown, Wil-
liams, under the athletic manager-
ship of Harry Moorstein, went
through the season undefeated, win-
Entries for independent basket-
ball must be in the student man-
ager's office at the Sports Build-
ing by 5:30 p.m. today.
- Intramural Department

ning its other three games played
with little trouble.

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lounging or sleeping they sell for
only .
1.65 to 3.00
Where the good clothes
come from.

Fletcher Hall Williams
Miller, J. G
Miller, W. D

Forrey, J.
Forrey, W.




Spares: Fletcher Hall, Proctor, Wer-
gil, Hutchinson; Williams House,
Stenberg, Brown, Frank, Wygant.


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