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THE MICHIGAN IL

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THE MICHIGAN DAIlY PAI~ THRTP

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Idiana Five Outlasts Wolverines''Iron Men' To Win

41-37

Intramural
Angles
By Gene Gribbroek
John Cory, Sigma Chi basketball
star, cracked the Intramural indi-
vidual scoring record last week as he
tossed in 12 buckets in a regular 20-
minute tilt to lead his "A" squad to
a 52-9 win over Pi Lambda Phi. Cory's
mark bettered that set by Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon's Hensley in February,
1935, when he hit for 11 baskets.
S.A.E. still holds the team scoring
mark of 70 points, set in the same
game.
The strong Sigma Chi five has a
chance to establish another record in
the playoffs. Two years ago the Sigs
captured both the "A" and "B"
crowns, the first time the trick had
ever been turned, and both their en-
tries have again reached the cham-
pionship playoffs. Phi Gamma Del-
ta, Zeta Beta Tau, Theta Xi and Phi
Delta Theta are also in the running
for both crowns.
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SPORTS BUILDING FACTS:
Michgai and Ohio State have the
oldest Intramural programs, both
dating from 1913-14.. there were 14
sports on the program then . . .
this year you can do any one of
39 things, including taking a show-
er. . . cricket, regulation football
and miniature golf were all includ-
ed at one time or another ... bas-
ketball, golf, ice hockey, tennis and
track have been on from the start
. and softball, boxing,handball
and wrestling have been on the
schedule since 1920-21 . . . the cag-
ers always turn out in the largest
numbers . . . two hundred teams
are fighting for the basketball
-crowns this year.
Gerry Schaflander, liked by many
to cop the all-campus indoor singles
tennis crown in the tourney now go-
ing on, has his numerals, all in ten-
nis, from the different schools. He
played for the frosh at Wayne and
Wisconsin before coming to Ann Ar-
bor, and won a freshman award here
last year.
Robert Owen, defending its all-
year independent title won last sea-
on, is in front again, according to
latest rankings. Volleyball champ-
ions, tied, for grid title with Hill Bil-
ly, and runner-up in the handball
play, Owen has run up a 302l2-
point total to date, 44 points ahead
of the second-place Forestry club.
The Wolverines, handball cham-
pions, are in third with 238%.
points. The other leaders line up
as follows: Lincoln House, 185; Ad-
mirals, 145; Congress, 143; Hillel
142 and Hill Billy, 137!x.
There's an independent entry in the
Michigan State intramural basketball
league playing under the name of the
Tom Harmon Independents . . . they
lost their first contest the other night
... Williams House hopes for a bas-
ketball title received a jolt last week
when Bob Stenberg, former frosh
gridder at the University of Chicago,
and a key man in the Williams cage
plans, had his foot gashed by a skate
at the Coliseum . . . he will be on
the sidelines indefinitely.
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Jim Mandler
High Scorer
In Close Tilt
Starting Five Plays Entire
Contest For Michigan ;
Sofiak And Cartnill Star
(Contnued from Page 1)
basket to give the Oosterbaanmen a
26-25 lead, force the Hoosiers to call
time out, and lend a momentary
rosy hue to Michigan's hopes. But
once play was resumed, the Indiana
cagers turned on a burst of power to
tuck the game safely away.
Herm Schaefer tossed in a pair of
foul shots, lanky Andy Zimmer tipped
in a follow up shot and Indiana led
29-26. Brogan caged a foul, but Jay
McCreary. Zimmer and Logan con-
nected with three straight hoops to
send the Hoosiers eight points in
front. -
Cartmill, Brogan and Ruehle each
flipped in a two-pointer within the
next few minutes but every shot was
matched by a Hoosier basket immedi-
ately afterwards, and with two min-
utes to play Indiana started to freeze
the ball.
Mandler and Sofiak managed to
break up Indiana's stalling tactics
long enough to draw foul shots, both
of which were sunk, and little Mike
intercepted a pass and dribbled in for
a layup shot, but the gun barked
finis 17 seconds later to kill the
Wolverines' remaining hopes for the
ball game.
Indiana had an edge in shooting
over the losers, the Hoosiers connect-
ing with 18 baskets in 63 attempts,
while Michigan hit for 13,in 53 tries.
The Varsity cashed in on 11 out of
18 free throws to five out of 11 for
the visitors.
- ... But Unbowed
Ind. G F T Mich. G F T
M'Crery, f 3 1 7 Sofiak, f 3 5 11
Schafer, f 3 2 8 Cartml, f 2 0 4
Logan, f 3 0 6 Mndlr, c 4 4 12
Francis, f 1 0 2 Brogn, g 2 2 6
W Mnke, c 2 1 5 Ruehle, g 2 0 4y
Zimer, g 4 1 9
Dro, g 2 0 4
Driver, g 0 0 0
Totals 18 5 41 Totals 13 11 371

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Coach Ken Doherly

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Byn de HAL WILSO N -C more illustrious teammates--but their I tunate." For it is more than mere ed i is a le yes
Seven little letters. B-A-L-A-N-C-E, effort pays off in team titles. fchancenthat stronginbalancedioutfits
mhetchance that strong. balanced outfitsirday that Forest Evashevski, Mich-
form the key which has opened the rersnsleMieadBu er
door to seven consecutive Big Ten !se th Ma ad B ese an's 1940 captain and quarterback,
after year. It's no accident tht I s satd t jon he taf o Hai
indoor championships for Michigan's lesser lights of the cinder sqa issof- join the staff of Hamil-
mighty track powerhouses. ten cash in on their grueling hours ton College.
There have been individual stand- of practice. Campbell tickson, end coach at
outs-a great many of them-in the The answer lies in coaching policy. Michigan under Fritz Crisler in 1938
Wolverines ranks throughout the .Coach Ken Doherty cultivates these and 1939, is the dean of men at Ham-
Wolverinesrankswhhrughouteth
years. And these brilliant performers lads who manifest a burning de ire ilton.
have turned in yeomen service while to learn and improve themsel eS. CV- When questioned last night over
wearing the Maize and Blue.en tousthey aren chmpion the phone, Evashevski refused to con-
But when it comes to winning team firm the report.
in their teo -h i d n i

titles in such meets as the Big Ten
championships, the thirds, fourths
and fifth places more often than
not boost a squad right up to the
crown.
Michigan has been fortunate for
a long, long time in having a num-
ber of such more or less obscure
cindermen who come up to a crucial
Conference meet unheralded and un-
acclaimed, who put forth all the
energy at their command, and who,
sometimes, add a point or two to the
Wolverine total. And these few points
may mean the very margin of vic-
tory. These are the lads who work,
sweat and struggle in the shadow of
Spartans ' Oklah
Worries Mic

lltitei ic nque, anc no aspiring
cinderman is too unimportant to mer-
it his attention. Yearling coach
Chester Stackhouse assumes a simi-
lar attitude with his freshman
charges.
And it goes back further than Ken1
and Stack. Charley Hoyt, aid his
predecessors, Steve Farrell and Keene
Fitzpatrick-all knew and practiced
this secret of molding champions.

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Bill Cartmill, forward, playing
a fine defensive game since break-
ing into the starting lineup against
Wisconsin, was the Michigan hero
in last night's loss to Indiana.
Man .Natators
Face Tartars
Here Feb. 19
Wayne University's swimming
team, conquerors of both Ohio State
and Yale last year, will meet Michi-
gan in a dual meet in the Sports
building pool February 19, Matt Mann
announced yesterday. The strong
Tartar squad will play host to the
Wolverines in a return engagement
March 15 in Detroit.
Last year Matt Mann's gang out-
swam Wayne, 54-30, in a thrilling
meet here. Despite the fact that the
Tartars are weak in the back and
breast stroke. Matt avows they're
plenty good.4
"Any team with men like Andy
Clark, Guy Lumsden and Bill Prew

By STAN CLAMAGE
With complete disregard for any
possible clash between ASCAP and
BMI, the Wolverine wrestlers have
adopted a new theme sang--"WI
can't get Oklahoma off our minds."
Coach Cliff Keen has been warning
his men that Michigan State will be
one of the toughest opponents that
will face Michigan this season. But
it is doubtful that Keen knew the
full extent of State's new power--
Oklahoma power.
Fortified with new sophomore
Sooner strength, the Spartan team
swept through a thoroughly surprised
Ohio State squad last Saturday night.
After trouncing a weak Wheaton Col-
lege squad in their first encounter,
State swamped the 1941 Buckeye
team, a team which tied them last
year, 14-14, 21-3. Playing host to
Ohio State in their new Jenison Field
4 House, State took every match ex-
cept the 165-pound tussle. Although
no falls were made, every clash was
won by a considerable number of
points.
Probably the biggest upset of the
evening took place in the 155-pound
match. This tussle brought together
one of the Spartan co-captains, Ben-
ney Riggs, and Ohio State's Western
Conference Champion, Tony Monton-
aro. The match score was 6-0. Last
year Montonaro was defeated by the

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Perhaps it is unfair to term this -
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EXAM week NOW
Michigan captain, Bill Combs. But
he reversed the decision by taking
Combs in the Big Ten meet.
Last year Combs beat Riggs. AndForntn a for resistance
word from East Lansing says that F r uaf rr ssa c
Riggs will be after the "Wildcat" to
avenge his defeat of last year.tgl ne!
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Half-Time Score: can't be anything but good. They'll
Indiana 22, Michigan 18. probably take a licking from Yale
Pedsona2oul,:IianMc.ea this year because of that one weak-
Personal Fouls: Indiana, McCreary ne,Mnpote out ,bu thyl
3, Schaefer 4, W. Menke 3 Zimmern u ointeout bu he'l
3, Dro; Michigan: Sofiak 2, Mandler giveus one of our best meets this
3, Brogan, Ruehle 2. ;season."
Mann was especially pleased with
Free throws missed: Indiana, Lo- the showing his men made while
gan, W. Menke 3; Zimmer 2; Michi- swamping Purdue, 63-21, Saturday
gan, Sofiak, Cartmill, Mandler 2, night. "They're just at the right
Brogan 3. point for this time of year," he said.
"From now till examinations are over
AP the boys will swim a lot, but easy."
S ports1 Bruce Allen and Bob West, who
Afinished in a hot 50-yard free style
Roundun *battle, were singled out by Mann as
V giving a swell account of themselves,
in addition to Francis Heydt and
Gophers Lick Ohio State Blake Thaxter, Wolverine veterans.1
MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 27.-W)-Min- Heydt was clocked by Mann in
nesota tonight handed Ohio State's 1:38.9 while beating Ted Horlenko in
basketball team another severe jolt the 150 yard backstroke event, and
in its bid for top ranking Western Thaxter, with not a great amount of
Conference honors when it scored a work under his belt, still sped the
thrilling 46-43 overtime victory over 440-yard free style in 5:07.
the Buckeyes before 6,300 persons. .:.:__::.;".::___._
Wings Lose Bruneteau
DETROIT, Jan. 27.-(P)-The De-
troit Red Wings, dropped to third
place in National Hockey League G 0
standings by a 2-0 defeat adminis-
tered by the Toronto Maple Leafs,
today encountered more bad news. :>.:.
X-rays revealed the injury suf-
fered by Mud Bruneteau, veteran
right wing, in the Toronto game, was
a separation in the right shoulder
which is expected to keep him out
of the lineup three weeks. Manager
Jack Adams, in a subsequent juggling NO(
of his squad, replaced the injured
veteran with Eddie Bruneteau, his Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandv
21-year-old brother. Choice of Salad -or Dessert C
Williams May Be Drafted Chipped Beef in Cream on Toc
MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 27.-(MP)--Ted (Choice o
Williams, youthful slugging outfield- Mashed Potatoes
er for the Boston team of the Ameri-
can Baseball League, may find him- Baked Beans
self in an army uniform next sum- Baby Carrots Stewed
mer. Coc fSldo esr
The Minneapolis draft board, Choie of Salad or Dessert C
where he is registered, informed Wil-
liams he was subject to call some-NIG
time during the summer unless he Hamburger Steak
was given deferment. Williams, in
his selective service questionnaire, Mashed Potatoes Ci
said he was sole support of his moth- Italian Spaghetti American F
er who resides in San Diego, and this Kidney Beans Baby C
may put him on the deferred list. (Choice of

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