THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE
Mandler, Englund, Conference's
Top Centers, Will Battle Tonight
Jim Grissen At, Forward
As Oosterbaan Seeks
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out for him. The Cardinals' six-foot,
,four-inch ace, who piled up 139 points
in 12 Conference games last year
to finish third in the scoring race,
is once again displaying his high-
scoring tendencies in the present
Besides Englund, two veterans and
two sophomore stars provide the
Badgers with a well-rounded team.
Wisconsin's attack is directed by let-
terman Ted Strain, the team's best
ball-handler and dribbler, who teams
up in the backcourt with newcomer
Fred Rehm, a long sljot artist.
The forward positions are filled
by veteran Charlie Epperson and
Johnny Kotz, sensational sophomore
who possesses a deadly 1one-hand
shot. Six-foot, ten-inch Don Timmer-
man, tallest cager in the Conference,
Harlo Scott and Bob Alwin comprise
the Badgers' reserve corps.
Oosterbaan has definitely decided
to go through with his plan of shift-
hig Jim Grissen to the right for-
ward spot in the Wolverines' starting
lineup tonight. The stocky Holland
junior, who has been used as a re-
serve guard all season, has been prac-
ticing at the new position all week
with promising results.
Another new face who may be tried
at the troublesome position for the
first time tonight is Mel Comin, six-
foot Chicago sophomore. Comin has
come alongin practice lately, and
has convinced Bennie that he rates
a crack at the job if the opportunity
Varsity 'Big Four'
The rest of the Varsity lineup will
find the same "Big Four" at their
accustomed positions. Captain Herb
Brogan and George Ruehle at the
guard posts, Mandler at center, and
Mike Sofiak at the other forward
Michigan will be trying hard to
snap a four-game losing streak that
began with Princeton, Dec. 30, and
has plagued the Varsity through its
first three aBig Ten clashes with
Ohio State, Purdue and Illinois. At
present, the Wolverines are in last
place in the Conference standings,
while Wisconsin rests in third place
as a result of its triumphs' over Pur-
due and Iowa and a setback at the
hands of Minnesota.
A Bit Of This A nd that.. .
EH, NEIGHBOR, are our floundering cagers gonna make Jake the Junior
eat his words in the Field House tonight?
Keep your chins up, men. Don't lose heart. Remember, "there will
always be an Englund." Yeh, dammit, but on the Wisconsin team.
Paul Brown, Ohio's recent addition to the penitentiary, broke down
with the flu this week. Reports have it that he took one look at his new
colleague, swim coach Mike Peppe, and got the chills.
ATEST NEWS DEPARTMENT-Tom Harmon to get Douglas Fair-
banks trophy during halftime intermission of the Michigan-Minne-
sota basketball game Monday.
Don't be alarmed though, neighbor. Our own little silent picture sen-
sation, Thomas Barrymore Harmon, has not yet proved himself the wonder
boy of the 'talking cinema.
The award is given to the nation's gridiron star
And not for mugging with glamourous Hedy LeMar.
Why have this thing on Monday anyway? Those guys ought to know
that it's always sloppy weather when Michigan, Harmon and Minnesota
ALLOW THE DOUBLE to shed a tear. Poor Gophers. Their hockey team
team will never be the same without Johnny Mariucci. Why our fight-
ing pucksters held the Minnesota ice choppers to four goals the other night.
Minneapolis ... Minneapolis . .. phooey, sonny you take the joint.
Nobody ever wins anything there . .. except maybe Minnesota. I bet
Jake the Junior is raving mad over the Lowrey men.
Wildcat Leader .. .
Grapplers Favored To Defeat
Purple In First BigTen Match
Captain Dick Trubey, 175 pound
junior and one of the two returning
lettermen on the Northwestern
wrestling squad, will lead his mates
into their first Conference meet
this season against Michigan today.
It is expected that he and Jim
Gallea will put up quite a battle
in their weight division. Experience
has made Ttubey a much flashier
performer than he was a year ago.
Inexperience Of Visitors'
Aids Michigan; Butler
In Unlimited Division
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were given a chance to gain some
At the beginning of the current
season, Coach Brown expected to
have strength only in the 155-pound
and in the 175-pound classes. Against
Bradley, Captain Trubey, 175-pound-
er, ran true to form in winning his
match by a fall. But at 155-pounds.
Ed McMillen looked unimpressive in
winning. From the Bradley tussle,
it was evident that the Wildcats
were weak at 128-pounds, 136-pounds
and the unlimited division.
On the other hand, Michigan has
only one inexperienced man, sopho-
more Ray Deane. But Deane looked
good against Dearborn when he
emerged victor by a fall. The other
seven men include six seniors and
two juniors who, have all had con-
siderable competitive experience.
The Michigan grapplers held a
light workout yesterday-just enough
to keep themselves in good shape.
Afterwards, every man appeared to
be in excellent condition for today's
With an exception in only the un-
limited division, Coach Cliff Keen in-
tends to use the same men who faced
the Dearborn club last Saturday.
Jack Butler, varsity football tackle,
1107 So. University
has proved himself to be in suf-
ficiently good shape to take over the
post in the unlimited class today.
121-pounds, Klemach of Michigan
against Pfau, Northwestern.
128-pounds, Weidig of Michigan
against Taylor, Northwestern.
136-pounds, Deane, of Michigan
against Weinstein, NorthW estern.
145-pounds, Paup, of Michigan
against Puh arch, Northwestern.
155-pounds, Capt. Combs of Michi-
gan against McMillon, Northwestern.
165-pounds, Paddy, of Michigan
against Bartron, Northwestern.
175-pounds, Galles, of Michigan,
against Capt. Trubey, Northwestern.
Unlimited, Butler, of Michigan,
against Grover, Northwestern.
Millrose Trials Follow
Today's Mat Contest
At- 4:40 p.m. today in Yost Field
house, immediately after the wrest-
ling meet, varsity trackmen will run
trial heats in the half-mile to de-
termine whether a mile-relay team
will represent Michigan in the an-
nual Millrose Games in New York
Feb. 1. Captain Don Canham, star
high-jumper, is the only Wolverine
so far assured of competing in the
January 19, 1941
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6 to :30 o'clock
Tank, Ice Squads Play Out Of State
Mann Looks For Closer
Struggle Than Panthers
Offered;Martin To Dive
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gle than Ben Grady's influenza-weak-
ened Panthers gave him at Pitts-
Swimming against Jim Skinner in
the breast stroke will be Justin Cal-.
lahan, former intercollegiate cham-
pion, and another entry, Max Van
Isser. Skinner had a terrific battle
against Herv Cosgrave, Panther star,
last night before winning out by a
Mann indicated today that he
would juggle the lineup that cleaned
up against Pitt as soon as he saw
how Coach Walter Spence planned
to race his men.
Gus Sharemet will swim the 100-
yard freestyle and Charley Bark-
er is sure to begin in the 50. That
concentrates the bulk of Michigan's
strength in two sprints. Matt's six
sophomores will carry their share of
the burden in other races.
Jack Patten is pitted against the
former distance champion, George
Fissler, in the 440 yard free-style
and against two entries, Thomas Mc-
Dermott and Bud Fisher, a high
school lad, in the 220.
Tom Finnerty, Columbia tank man,
will match strokes with hard-work-
ing Ted Horlenko, the Wolverine who
turned in the best performance of
the evening against Pittsburgh in the
A welcome addition to the Michi-
gan corps was T-Bone Martin, who
arrived early this morning direct from
Ann Arbor. He dives against Jack
Smith and team mate Mack Hayes.
Wolverine Hockey Team Seeks
Revenge For Minnesota Defeat
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goals and assisting Captain Harold
(Babe) Paulsen on two others, giv-
ing the youngster a total of four
Pacing the Michigan play was Bert
Stodden who played great defensive
hockey and kept the score from being
a good deal higher. The little blond
defense man also led the Wolverine
offense which consisted of 11 shots at
Gopher Goalie Burt Joseph.
Loud Makes 43 Saves
Minnesota, on the other hand,I
managed to break through the Wol-
verines' close-knit defense for no less
than 47 shots at Hank Loud, 43 of
which the garrulous Michigan goalie
The Minnesotans wasted little time
in scoring after the opening of the
second period. With the score stand-
ing at 1-0 in favor of the home club,
Arnold took the puck at the face-off,
outskated the Michigan defense and
fired the puck past Loud with only
six seconds of the period gone. Two
minutes and fourteen seconds later,
Paulsen tallied the third Gopher goal
after taking a pass from Arnold.
The locals pulled the same stunt
in the third frame, the only difference
being that Arnold passed to Paulsen
for the score instead of making it
hiniself and that it took nine sec-
onds instead of six.
Lowrey Changed Lineups
Coach Eddie Lowrey of Michigan
made one change in his lineup as
he had previously announced it. Low-
rey had intended to play Max Bah-
rych at center on the same line with
Johnny Gillis and Bob Kemp. At the
last moment, however, he changed his
mind and inserted Paul Goldsmith
into the center slot to get the bene-
fit of Goldy's experience.
In the Minnesota lineup, Coach
Lari'y Armstrong started his alter-
nate front line instead of his star-
studded forward wall which he had
indicated would open the tilt. The
first line saw more service in the
game, however and accounted for all
four of the Gopher tallies.
By. Zivic I 12th
NEW YORK, Jan. 17-(/P)-The
miracle man of boxing, little Henry
Armstrong, came to the end of the
The spirit and heart of the greatest
little fighting man of our generation!
were willing, but the machine had run
down, and he was stopped in 12
rounds by Fritzie Zivic as he made
one last, gallant try to win back his
world welterweight cilampionship.
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