100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

January 09, 1943 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1943-01-09

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

. ,

£ ~ .~&4. .b'4.'

. . . ....... .............. . . ......... .......

low--

Cagers At Illinois; Sextet Plays Port Dover

Here

,., -

Only Four Dual Meets Carded
as Natators Face Slim Season

Quintet in Big Ten Tilt; LOCAL BOYS VS. STATE CHAMPS:
Wrestlers Face Detroit YMCA

Even the Wolverine swimmers can-
not drown the affects of wartime
transportation difficulties. For they
have, for the second time in nineteen
years, been able to schedule only four
dual meet opponents, and one of these
still is only tentative.
Of course, it takes a brave team to
face the great Michigan natators and
receive the usual dampening admin-
istered by the Maize and Blue mer-
men. The shortage of space on the
rails just makes it that much easier
for squads to escape inundation by
the Wolverines.

After the season's opener next Sat-
urday, the Michigan A.A.U. meet, the
dual meet season will start for Matt
Mann's proteges. The first of two bit-
ter struggles with Ohio State, the
only other threat to Wolverine title
hopes in the Big Ten, is carded forI
the 23rd of this month. On Feb. 13j
the team will travel to engage Iowa's,
Hawkeyes. The following week will)
see the swimmers in Columbus for the
return Buckeye match. A date for a
dual meet with Michigan State re-
mains indefinite.

A-uci t r 5Lnunaeraogs

Here Monday In First Big Test

[

LASSIFIED A DVERTISING

CLASSIFIED
RATES
Non-Contract
$ .40 per 15-word insertion for
one or two days. (In-
crease of 10c for each
additional 5 words.)
$1.00 per 15-word insertion for
3 or more days. (Increase
of $.25 for each additional
5 words.
Contract Rates on Request
MISCELLANEOUS
MIMEOGRAPHING-Thesis binding.
Brumfield and Brumfield, 308 S.
State.
MAKE MONEY-on your used cloth-
ing by phoning Claude H. Brown,,
2-2736, 512 S. Main.
TYPEWRITERS-All makes bought,
rented, repaired. 0. D. Morrill, 314
S. State St., phone 6615.
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL-
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.
Killins Gravel Co., phone 7112.
ALTERATIONS
STOCKWELL & MOSHER-JORDAN
residents-Alterations on women's
garments promptly done. Opposite
Stockwell. Phone 2-2678.

WANTED TO RENT
WANTED by February - a well-
heated apartment, three rooms and
bath for young couple, no children.
Occupationalydeferment. Box 7,
Michigan Daily,
TYPING
MISS ALLEN-Experienced' typist,
408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935,

HELP WANTED

SALESMAN for men's clothing store
to work afternoons and. all day
Saturday. Permanent position. Call
at 224 S. Main or phone 9686.
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN or widow
who would like to have a comfort-
able home environment for an in-
definite period. Salary and room
and board. Write in care of 235
S. State.
GIRL STUDENT to spend afternoons
with four- and ten-year-old girls
in exchange for either room or
board or salary-whichever pre-
ferred. Sundays off. Phone 5933.
Ask for Ted or Rose.
LOST and FOUND
LOST-wrist watch on E. Huron or
in Felch Park. Call 4121 Ext. 2127.
Liberal reward.
LAUNDERING
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price.

Illinois Likely to Start
Quintet That Won Big
Ten Title Last Year
By CLARK BAKER
Fur aplenty willbe flying at Cham-
paign, Ill., - tonight when Michigan's
rejuvenated cagers attempt to shove
Illinois' Whiz Kids off the top rung
of the Big Ten basketball ladder.
It will be the Conference opener
for both teams, but pre-Conference
performances have already tagged'
the two rivals as plenty dangerous.
Illinois has its sights trained on re-
taining its Conference crown while
the Wolverines aim to make it mighty
tough for their opponents and at the
same time climb a few rungs nearer
the top of the ladder themselves.
Thus far both teams have busied
themselves pushing around non-Con-
ference opponents. Coach Doug Mills'
lads have plastered defeats on five
of their six rivals, losing only to
Camp Grant's powerful quintet while
-the wearers of the Maize and Blue
have thundered home victors in all
five of their engagements.
Stanford Illinois Victim
Most notable of the Whiz Kids'
wins have come over a fast-stepping
Stanford crew and the strong Great
Lakes outfit. Miciigan's chief vic-
tims have been Selfridge Field and
Michigan State but neither can be
classed in the same category with
Stanford and Great Lakes.
In the matter of rivalry between
the two teams the Wolverines will be
seeking their initial win in two years
over the Illini. Last year Coach Mills'
team outlasted the Maize and Blue
44-40 here and then went on to
smother them 52-29 at Champaign.
Tonight's contest will be the only
meeting of the two teams this season.
Menke May Not Play
For the Illini it'll probably be that
same four juniors and a senior com-
bination that last year as sophomores,
and juniors, rolled to the Conference
title, although Ken Menke, the Illi-
ni's high scorer, has a sprained ankle
and may not play. If he doesn't Ed
Parker will probably take his place.
Michigan, however, mpay take the
floor with a couple of changes in the
starting five. Mel Comin has" been
putting up quite a battle for a start-
ing berth and may supplant Ralph
Gibert at a forward spot. The other
change may find Leo Doyle taking
over a guard post in place of Don
Lund. Both Comin and Doyle have
shown up well in practice.
:. * .

Hockey Team Seeking
First Win of Season;
Forrest Visitors Star
By HARVEY FRANK
Still trying for its first victory of
the season, Michigan's hockey team
will play host to a Port Dover sextet
at 8 o'clock tonight at the Coliseum.
The Wolverines will, go into the
game as the underdog just as they
have in their first two contests. Port
Dover will present the same lineup
that took Michigan's measure last
year, 2-1.
Outstanding star of the Canadian
team is their first string center, Red
Forrest. He's on the reserve list of
Les Canadians of the National Hock-
ey League, and he had a tryout with
them in 1941. He scored both Port
Dover goals last year on passes from
Babe Stewart, his right wing.
Three in Service
Stewart and Ed DesRosier, a re-
serve wing, are in the Royal Cana-
dian Air Force and are on special
leave for this game; Bill Murphy, a
defense man, is in the Canadian Ar-
my. Most of the players have had ex-
perience in senior leagues and in Al-
len Cup competition.
The Wolverines }will have one
change from the team that started
against Point Edward last week. Ed
Reichert will start at left wing in
place of Bill Dance, who is ineligible.
This might mean that Bob Derleth
and Bob Stenberg will have to play
the entire game at defense for Michi-
gan, for Reichert was the only other
defense man used in the two previous
games.
Kemp's Last at Home
The game will mark the last time
that Bob Kemp, first string wing,
will play for the Maize and Blue on
home ice. He'll play against Minne-
sota at Minneapolis next Thursday
and Saturday, but will graduate be-
fore the Wolverines again play in the
Coliseum.
In practices Coach Eddie Lowrey
has concentrated on improving the
Michigan defense. Notably weak in
the first two games, it has multiplied
the pressure on Goalie Hank Loud,
who has nevertheless turned in good
performances. If it has improved, the
Wolverines might possibly 'pull an
upset.
THE LINEUPS
MICHIGAN Pos. PT. DOVER
Loud G Reid
Derleth D MacDonald
Stenberg D C. Mummery
Opland C Forrest
Kemp W Stewart
Reichert W Schram
Montgomery Halts Rico
in Lightweight Tangle
NEW YORK, Jan. 8. -()- Bob.
Montgomery, rugged Philadelphia
Negro, advanced a long step up the
lightweight title. elimination trail to-
night by stopping Chester Rico, a
slim New Yorker, after seven full
rounds with a badly cut left eye in
Madison Square Garden. Montgom-
ery weighed 134%; Rico 133.
MICHIGAN
Now Showing
A Yankee bal of f ire
abroad Breaking hearsand
rules .:. in a riot of Rooney
roars!

\VQ
*dd

By BOB SMHWARZKOPF
The first real test for Michigan's
varsity mat squad will come Monday
evening when the Wolverine wrestlers
clash with the Detroit YMCA in the
Sports Building at 8 p.m.
Although the Detroit club has suf-
fered heavy lossesdas a result of the
draft, they will send a team consisting
of three state wrestling champions
to. Ann Arbor Monday. Much of the
remainder of the team, however, con-
sists of beginners who are as yet un-
tested.,.
Heading the Detroit roster is
George Gonyeau, veteran of almost
ten years, who besides having cap-
tured the state title- at 155 pounds
lays claim to the Detroit city crown
and was runner-up in the- national
YMCA championships.
Ried to Wrestle Twice
The other two state titlists on the
"Y" squad are Walter Ried, who will
probably see action in two matches
Monday, and Julius Ronanow.
Because the "Y" has been hit hard
by the draft, several welterweight

I -r U

Lost Timps Tntinv

_.

i

I~s I { f...J ;1 U
ICONSTANCE BENNETT in "SIN TOWN"
WAR BONDS ISSUED HERE! Day or Night
Weekdays 25c to 5 P.M.
Continuous from 1 P.M.

-Ma rshalls
235 S. State
Next to State Theatre

Tomorrow! St

irts Sunday!

classes have been substituted for
those classes which the Detroit squad
was unable to fill. Ried, therefore will
probably wrestle at 138 and 140
pounds, while Ronanow will take;over
at 158 pounds.
D'Orezio at 125
In the 125-pound spot Marshall
D'Orezio will represent the "Y", while
Rudy Sweden is scheduled for 146
pounds. Pete Katz and Pat Otto com-
prise the rest of the squad, Katz
wrestling at 160 -pounds and Otto at
185.
The Michigan lineup, arranged
tentatively today by Mat Coach Ray
Courtright, .has Dick Kopel at 425
pounds, Hal Rudel at'138 and Captain
Manley Johnson at 140, the latter
two probably wrestling, Ried. Jerry

Tonight
Red Wings Ordered to
Shoot Sooner or Pay
DETROIT, Jan. 8. -(-R)- Detroit
Red Wings hockey players, under
threat of $10 fines, were ordered to-
day by manager Jack Adams to shoot
the puck at the cage not when they
see the whites of the goalie's eyes but
when they get within ten feet of
him.
The Detroit players tried to get in
too close last night while tying the
New York Rangers in a National
Hockey League game, he said, and
thus squandered many scoring op-
portunities. The new edict takes ef-
fect tomorrow night at Toronto
against the Maple Leafs.
Freedman will face Gonyeau at 155
pounds, while Pete Speek will oppose
Ronanow at 158. George McIntyre Is'
scheduled to go at 146 pounds and
Johnny Greene will hold down the
heavyweight spot at about 185
pounds.

TOOAspirin 5 gr. 1c

60c Mar-o-oil
1.00 Kre ml

..29c
.5C

50c Dr. Lyons ..24c
50 Pad Matches
. . .. .... 2 for 25c

50c Pablum

...39c

New Stock of
REVLON and
MAX FACTOR

Lipsticks
Pancakes and
Cosmetics

4ro Added

U U

Next to State Theatre

WALT DISNEY'S
"Pluto At The Zoo"

Very Latest
World News

11 1

Clearaice Sale

fa"

F

I.'
\~ NQ7let.

ENTIRE STOCK OF ALL
WOOL SPORT COATS IN
TWEEDS, HERRINGBONES
AND CAMEL SHADES
Formerly $16.50
"COMPARE
OUR PRICES"

The starting lineups:
MICHIGAN
Wiese F
Comin or Gibert F
Mandler (C) C 7
Strack G
Lund or Doyle G

ILLINOIS
Phillips
Menke
Mathison (C)
Smiley.
Vance

NUNJBUSH
SHOES'

Broncos
in Close

Edge Wayne
Game, 49-46

DETROIT, Jan. 8.- (A')- Western
Michigan's Broncos beat off Wayne
University's desperate last - minute
challenge to eke out a 49 to 46 basket-
ball victory here tonight.
It was the fifth straight defeat for
Wayne, which put up a spirited bat-
tle in the second half after trailing
at halftime, 24 to 19. In the last 20
seconds the Tartars pulled to within
one point of Western, but wild passes
enabled the Broncos to score the
clincher.

Ankle fashioned shoe

for

F.

IlElZ LbTOGGERY
521 East Liberty Michigan Theatre Building

men. They fit the foot and

ankle,

Priced at $11400

/C BILL SAWYER
\Q~/ Both

Also

see the Edgerton

I

shoes with rubber sofes at

$6.50 nd$7.50

_

1

Marta LINDEN " Juanita QUIGLEY, "t;;

('1To 1T1 TIT T T T T rT T

I

I

I

III

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan