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JANUARY-14; 1541

TIlIE I MiCTGAN D AIY

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Wolverine Rally Falls Short,

Varsity Loses

To Illini, 47-41

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don wirtehafter's
DAIL Y
DOUBLE.
Random Jottings . .
All is well on the Michigan ath-
letic front.
Here is what the Double found yes-
terday on its customary Monday
morning survey.
Ralph Schwarzkopf has no ex-
cuses for his showing in Boston
Saturday night ... The rambling
ex-Wolverine captain has done
under 9:10 for the two mile severalj
times during his career ... Rice's
winning performance the other
eve was 9:12 with Schwarzkopf
loping home in sixth position ...
Ken Doherty blames it on the fact
that Ralph and Al Tolmich drove
home from the Sugar Bowl meet in
New Orleans . . . on a non-stop
auto trip.
When the Double was in South
Bend recently, Rice told us that he
was going to have a terrible time in
the big meets this year . . . He said
he didn't have enough work yet, es-
pecially indoor practice ... Poor kid.
Wally Weber was in town yester-
day after a 1400 mile banquet jaunt
through Illinois last week . .. "Yep,
they're still dishing out chicken in
the corn belt," he pointed out . . .
He had a letter on his desk addressed
to "Walley Weeber."
Contrary to rumors, Clark Gable
Harmon has not suffered a com-
plete nervous breakdown after one
)f the Detroit newspapers recent-
ly put a ban on the use of his name
in their sports section .. The Ace
is filling out a blank for "Who's
Who in America." . . .They asked
him for his greatest acomplishment
. . "Graduating from the Uni-
versity of Michigan, if," was the
answer.
Johnny Gee, towering Pittsburgh
Pirate hurler, has not arrived in town
yet but will do so within the next
two day . . . The former Wolverine
mound star will go through his us-
ual winter arm-loosening under Ray
Fisher's tutelage 'in the Field House
Supposedly sold by Syracuse to
the Piartes for a reported 75 thou-
sand rubles, Gee turned up with a
lame flinger last spring and was un-
able to stand the Big League storm
He'll be trying again come next
April.
Surprise guests at the Field House
yesterday were part of the cast from
Helizapoppin and also Doc Donahue,
Cliff Keen's first Western Confer-
ence wrestling champion.
The stage stars, three fems and
a male, came to see what the place
was like and were delighted by
the "boys who were playing so hard
and funny-like" up on the wrest-
ling roost .. . The three fems also
happened to walk by an open show-
er room door at the wrong time.
Donahue won his title in 1926, the
year the Wolverines captured their
first Conference team crown . .. He
grappled at 158 pounds and cap-
tained the squad . . .Is now a prom-
inent doctor in the Thumb.
Out for wrestling yesterday was
Jack Butler, varsity tackle candidate,
who could capably fill the heavy-
weight, hole in Keen's ranks.
Matt Mann has been placed on
a committee of swimming coaches
to make "Every Soldier a Swim-
mer." . . . The idea is relaxation
and good exercise for the national

defensemen.
With the varsity cagers battling
in Champaign, Coach Fisher took his
frosh basketball candidates into the
Field House hardwood for yesterday's
drills . . .Merv Pregulman, the fresh-
man 'grid center, has turned out for
the team, and after four sessions,
Fisher calls him a very good pros-
pect . .. "He moves awful fast for
a big lad and shoots pretty well for,
the amount of practice he's had,"
the coach commented.
Jhm Conant, the Harvard prexy's
son on campus, has been working out
with the freshman track squad.
That covers the Monday morning
survey.
Heston To Run For Judge
DETROIT, Jan. 13-(A)--William
M. "Willie" Heston, 62, famed as one
of the greatest football players in
the history of the University of Mich-
igan, filed a petition as candidate
for judge of the Wayne County Cir-
cuit court today. Heston formerly
was a judge of recorders court.
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;

Big Jim' Mandler Did His Best ...

Ca gers Suffer
Third Straight
Big Ten Defeat
hai(ler Tallies 14 Points
To Outscore Mathisen ;
5,619 Witness Game
(Continued from Page 1)'
toss before the final gun to narrow
Illini's advantage to six points.
Evers led all scorers, getting 18
points on six field goals and the same
number of free throws. Ruehle
trailed Mandler for Michigan. getting
11 markers on four baskets and a
trio of foul tosses.
Illinois thew up a shifting man-
to-man defense which the Wolver-
ines had difficulty penetrating in
the opening period. But in the last!
half the game opened up and the
Wolverines managed to get in for
some short shots. Michigan scored,
26 of its 41 points in this half.
In the final analysis, Illinois'
driving tacticsnandaEver's ability.
both from the field and the free
throw line, made the difference. Ap-
proximately half of Illinois' baskets
were scored on fast breaks while most
of Michigan's points came on pivot
shots by Mandler and long ones by
Ruehle.
The Wolverines managed to get in
tinder the basket at times during the
second half, but Sofiak was the only
one who really clicked there.
A total of 27 fouls marred the
game, 16 being assessed to Illinois
and 13 to Michigan. Capt. Herb Bro-
gan of the Wolverines went out on
personals late in the contest. The vic-
tory gave Illinois a record of two
wins and one loss in conference com-
petition while Michigan's loss was
its third in as many starts.
Still Game, But . . .

... But These Tw

For the third game in a row, Jim Mandler, sensational sophomore
center, tossed 'double figures' in a vain attempt to bring the Wolverines
their first Conference win of the season. But Mandler's 14 points weren't
quite enough last night as Michigan succumbed to Illinois, 47-41.
Wrestlers' Win Over .Dearborn
Reveals Need For Improvement

By STAN CLAMAGE
The Wolverine wrestlers may have
opened the season with a bang Sat-
urday night, but they will definitely
have to become quicker on the trig-
ger before meeting some real tough
opposition.
In winning six of the eight bouts
against a much weaker Dearborn
A.C. outfit the grapplers displayed
a great deal of technique and aggres-
siveness, but didn't have the zip to
gain falls instead of decisions-or
the difference between three points
and five points in evbry bout.

stage in three of the eight weights.
And in order to defeat some of the
better balanced squads which will
provide opposition in the near
future, the stronger men, particularly
in the middle weights, will have to
gain falls instead of three-point de-
cisions.
John Paup, Ray Deane, and Art
Paddy did have extra punch Sat-
urday, however. Deane and Paddy
each won their matches by falls, both
being constantly on the alert to take'
advantage of opportunities. Paup
I didn't throw his opponent, but only

Walter "Hoot" Evers (left) and
reasons for the Illini's victory over
scorers in the Big Ten last year, th
nine and did a good job holding th
Buckeyes Retain'
Wisconsin, I1
COLUMBUS, 0.,' Jan. 13-(A')-
Ohio State University retained the
Western Conference basketball lead-
ership here tonight, smothering Chi-
cago 67 to 38 for its third straight
league victory.
A crowd of 3,645 fans witnessed the
contest.
The Buckeyes, held to 20 points in
a slow first half; broke loose for 19
field goals in the second sessions, hit-
ting the hoop from all angles to pull
far into the lead.
Dick Fisher led the Ohio 'State
scoring splurge with 17 points.
MADISON, Wis. Jan. 13-(IP)-A
fighting University of Wisconsin
Greek Battler Beats
Bettina For Crown
CLEVELAND, Jan. 13.-(/P)-Anton
Christoforidis, the spirited battler
from Greece, won the world light-
heavyweight championship tonight
by pounding out a 15-round decision
over Melio Bettina of Beacon, N.Y., a
former titlist. The battle, ruled a
title match by the N.B.A., drew 8,499
fans who paid $20,462.
Christoforidis started slowly, but
pounded Bettina hard in the middle
rounds to pile up his margin. The
rugged Bettina, who held the title six
months before losing it to Billy Conn
had an edge in the final four rounds
as the two slugged it out toe to toe.

o Proved 'PoisO
Mann Smiles-
Pitt Is Added
n T o Swim Slate
By WOODY BLOCK
Matt Mann is all smiles again.
Yester day Michigan's swimmliig
coach received word fronthe Urn-
versity of Pittsburgh that the Pan-
thers would be more than happy to
meet the Wolverines on Thursday of
this week, and Mann gobbled up the
opportunity like a starved turkey.
This announcement followed close-
ly the surprise withdrawal of Frank-
lin & Marshall from a dual meet with
the Michigan outfit scheduled for
Friday. Now the swimmers will have
two meets for their trip East since
they swim the New York A.C. at
New York on Saturday.
There's quite a story behind the
on-again, off-again swimming situ-
ation. Originally the Wolverines were
supposed to match strokes against
the Pennsylvania A.C. in Philadel-
phia followed by the NYAC the next
Henry Sachs (right) were the big night.
Michigan. Evers, one of the leading The Penn A.C., however left Matt
rew in 18 points, while Sachs scored and his natators high and dry when
e Varsity's forwards in check. it suddenly cancelled its half of the
bargain. Matt then received a letter
from Dick Price, a Franklin & Mar-
Big Ten Lead; shall ace, proposing a meet between
BL his team and Michigan for the open
date the Wolverines had.
S oosWers in Everything was all set then, to
swim against F & M Friday and the
New York A.C. Saturday. But the
team came from behind to defeat AC audy u h
teamcam frm bhindto efet fworm turned again and F & M, with
Purdue 48-42 in a thrill-packed ov- I a sudden attack of cancellitis, called
ertime basketball game tonight be- off the proposed battle.
fore 9,500 spectators. Now it's Pitt to the rescue of a
The regulation game which ended meetless team. The plans had to be
changed once more providing for the
38 to 38, appeared safely in the Pur- Michigan-team to leave Thursday in-
due win column with seven minutes stead of Friday. Unless the 'disease'
remaining and the score Purdue 31, that afflicted the other teams hits
Wisconsin 21. Pittsburgh-those plans are definite.
The only problem Coach Mann
MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 13-A()- now has is to find enough swimmers
Iowa combined a stubborn defense who aren't faced with exams over
together with a consistent offense to the coming week-end to take along.
put on a second half rally and smear He won't have his strongest outfit
Minnesota 41-34 before 6,500 fans in to represent the Maize and Blue-
a Western Conference basketball that much is certain. Neither John
game here tonight. Sharemet nor Jim Welsh is planning
to make the trip and the entries of
Charley Barker and Jim Skinner are
Indiana 52, No'western 32 doubtful.

The team is weak at the present because he had too much trouble
- ______ __- trying to keep him on the mat.

Dodson Wins Coast
Golf Tournament
OAKLAND, Calif., Jan. 13-(/0)-
Leonard Dodson, golf's "oomph"
man from the Ozarks, won the tripleI
tie play off for $1,200 top money in
the Oakland Open $5,000 Tourna-
ment today-and made good his
boast he had never been beaten in
a battle after the regular competi-
tion.
The onetime Springfield, Mo., cad-!
dy, now professional at Kansas City,
carded a one-over-par 71 on the rain-
soaked Sequoyah course.

A factor that detracted some of1
the glory from the Wolverines' vic-
tory was the fact that the Dearborn
team was sadly out of condition.
Special weight divisions had to be
agreed upon because a few members!

Illinois (47)F
Drish, f ..............
Evers, f ..............
Mathisen, c ...........
Wukovits, g ...........
Hocking, g............
Sachs. g...............
Richmond, g ..........
Totals...I....

FG FT
2 1
6 6'
2 0
2 0
0 0
4 1
1 2
18 11

of the visiting squad were unable to Michigan (41)
make the required weights, Doyle, f............
At present the Michigan matmen Cartmill, f ...........

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are busy preparing for their first
Conference meet of the season
against Northwestern here Saturday
afternoon. The 'squad reported for
practice yesterday with only one
slight casualty. Ray Deane had a mild
case of water on the knee, but is ex-
pected on wrestle against the Wild-
cats.

Glasser, f...........
Sofiak, f ..............
Mandler, c ...........
Brogan, g...........
Herrmann, g ..........
Ruehle, g...........
Grissen, g...........

FG FT
0 0
0 1
0 0
4 1
6 2
1 1
0 r 0
4 3
0 3
15 11

TP
18
4
4
0
9
4
47
TP
0
1
0
9
14
3
0
11
3
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Lowrey Experiments

. * . . . To Start Novice Forward ine

By ART HILL
Odds and Ends from the Coliseum:
Eddie Lowrey announced yesterday
that, against Minnesota this week,
he will start a front line composed
of Max Bahrych at center and John-
ny Gillis and Bob Kemp at the wing
posts. 'Those fans who like their'
hockey fast and furious should ap-
prove of this change. All three of
the boys are fast, hustling hockey
players. All have led interesting ca-
reers to date. All are first-year men
on the squad.
Johnny Gillis played city league
hockey in his home town. Hibbing,
Minn., on the same line with Frank
St. Vincent and Haydon Pickering,
two former Minnesota hockey greats
. decided to try swimming at Mich-
igan instead of hockey . . . swam on
the National Champion 400-yard re-

lay team last year . . . decided to
play hockey this year after consider-
able persuasion by Charley Ross, his
room-mate and captain of the puck
squad . . . has improved terrifically
already and nowv grabs the starting
wing post.
Bob Kemp was born in China,
where his father was a missionary . .
.. Bob now lives in Oakville, Ontario,
near Hamilton, home city of Mc-
Master University . . . Michigan used
to schedule McMaster every year but
the Baptists gave up hockey this
year . . . Kemp is very fast and a
clever stick-handler . . . is fast de-
veloping into one of the best players
on the squad . . . an engineer.
Max Bahrych hails from Syracuse,
N. Y., .,where he played a good deal
of high school hockey . . . stood out
on a good freshman team last year . .
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scored two goals in first game may win but we think they'll be lucky
against Colorado . . . made three as- to hold the visitors down to a re-
sists in 6-2 victory over Michigan spectable score.
Tech . . . had his first train ride Arch Ward, Chicago Trib Sports
when the team traveled to Colorado . Editor, announces in his column that
made out okay with help of ex- Pacific Coast hockey mentors thought
plicit instructions from talkative the Illinois squad played too rough
Hank Loud, the Wolverine goalie, as in their recent holiday junket
to how one should best go about through that section . . . one coach
entering an upper berth. is said to have announced that his
Eddie Lowrey has announced the I team wanted no dealings with mid-
scheduling of a game with the strong western hockey teams if the Illinois
Brantford club of the Senior Ontario club was typical . . . the Illini are
Hockey Association to fill a gap in powerful this year . . . beat Minne-
the schedule early in the second se- sota Saturday night, 4-1 . . . pre-
mester . . Goalie Loud will have a viously tied the Gophers 2-2 .
busy night against this outfit . . . had trouble with Southern Califor-
the calibre of play in the Senior OHA nia while on the coast though . .. it
is plenty good . . . many boys jump is rumored that the Trojan squad
from that loop right into the Major is made up completely of native
Leagues . . . Lowrey says his boys Norwegians this season.

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