T IIm M.
Trample Michigan In Second Big Ten T ilt, 49-32
SEXTET ON VICTORY ROAD?
Pucksters Show Improvement in
Overtime Tilt with Port Dover
By WALT KLEE
As their pulses returned to normal,
after watching seventy minutes of
hectic hockey, the followers of the
Michigan sextet unanimously heaved
a sigh of relief. At last it began to
look as if the fortunes of the puckmen
were going to take a turn for the bet-
It took sensational defense work by
goalie Ivan Reid to keep the Wol-
verines, who were by far the better
team on the ice, from gaining a vic-
tory. The Lowreymen shot at the
nets thirteen times to two for the
Canadians in the ten minute over-
time. In the third period our boys
had a three to one ratio. But Reid
successfully turned back every puck
shot at him during this thirty minute
The Wolverine lines did just about
everything in the books in an effort
to score, but Reid just wouldn't be
beaten. Twice, Bob Kemp had goals
called back on him.
Kemp, who played one of his best
games since first putting on the
skates for the Maize and Blue "three
years ago, almost scored again in the
overtime. He had skated all alone
through the entire Canadian team,
drawn the net minder off balance,
and shot into the left corner, only to
have the puck hit the posts in the
corner of the nets and bound off to
The Michigan defense, especially
Hank Loud, seemed improved. Loud
turned back thirty-seven shots at his
nets, just two less than Reid in the
opposite cage. Derleth and Stenberg,
playing virtually the whole game,
looked especially well in getting the
puck away from in front of Loud,
when the Dovermen were making it
hot for the sextet's captain.
The improved showing of the Wol-
verines comes at a most opportune
time for this Thursday and Saturday
they journey to Minneapolis to meet
the Gophers of Minnesota in two of
four Conference tilts. Michigan's
chances of winning the Big Ten title
depend upon the showing this week-
end up in Gopherland.l
Big Ten Standings
MADISON, Wis., Jan. 11.- (A')-
Illinois' Whiz Kids were red hot again
tonight as they walloped a game but
tired Wisconsin, 52-40, before a sell-
out crowd of 14,000.
Andy Phillip, fleet-footed Illinois
forward, took scoring honors With 24
points on 10 field goals and four three
Hoosiers Rout Buckeyes
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Jan. 11.--
(/P)-- Indiana University's Hoosiers
almost ran Ohio State out of the Field
House tonight as they set a blistering
pace to gain their second basketball
victory in threenights over the Buck-
eyes, 61 to 31.
Ohio State ......
Leads Mates Again
. .. . aa
...veteran guard of Michigan
five who tallied eight points to pace
mates for second straight game. He
scored 12 points against Illinois
By JOE McHIALE .
Letters, letters, letters-i-to para-
phrase the popular Mr. Conn--are
-arrivings daily at the natatorium of
the Sports Building. What are they?
They are entry blanks for the State
AAU Swimming Championships to
be held there this Saturday night.
In spite of this, word has come from
headquarters (Coach Matt Mann, of
course) that all of the best swimmers
in the state will be here.
Team's Secdnd Showing
Michigan fans will jump at the
chance to see their own Wolverines
in action for the first time against
outside compeitition. This will be, in
fact, only the second appearance of
the Michigan tankmen all year-the
Swim Gala marked the only other
showing. And the team is serving no-
tice that it will do itself and its root-
ers proud by turning in its usual thor-
ough job of dunking all opposition.
The championship events are the
50 and 440-yard freestyle, the 100-
yard breaststroke, the 100-yard back-
stroke, the 200-yard freestyle relay
and the diving. Cagily managed in
order not to have too many races
which will give away times to Ohio
State before the crucial dual meeting
here Jan. 23, this affair features races
at non-collegiate distances - the
backstroke, breaststroke and relay
races are all longer in a dual meet.
Medals Are Prizes
There are also a generous sprink-
ling of handicap races-the 50ayard
freestyle, 50-yard breaststroke, 50-
yard backstroke, and 75-yard i 'ndi-:
The rewards to the winners will be
in the form of medals. Victors at the
championship distances will be given
gold -plated medals, while silver and
bronze hangings will rewar d the place
and show winners.
Marquette 41, Michigan State 32
Iowa 48, Minnesota 41
Indiana 61, Ohio State 31
Dartmouth 50, Wayne Univ. 32
17 Points for
Wolverines Fade in
Second Half ; Doyle
Leads Scorers at 8I
By DES HOWARTH
EVANSTON, Ill., Jan. 11.-North-
western, turning on a barrage of bas-
kets in the second half,easily crushed
Michigan, 49-32, at the Evanston1
High:School Gym tonight before a
partisan crowd of approximately
Michigan was in the ball game for
about the first 15. minutes and dur-
ing this time it was anybody's con-
test. But then, the Wildcats began
connecting to gain a 21-16 lead at
the half, and then walked away with
Graham Scores 17
The game was Michigan's second
straight Conference setback. Otto
Graham was the game's individual
standout for he not only scored 17
points but was the spearhead of the
swift-moving Northwestern attack.
Captain Russ Wendland supplement-
ed the Northwestern total with five
buckets and four gift tosses before
he was excused from the contest inf
the final minutes
Dave Strack tossed the first coun-
ter through the hoop to give Michi-
gan the lead. Nick Vodick dropped
two charity tosses after being fouled
by teo Doyle to tie the score, but Leo
made amends and sank a long-tom,
seconds later. Capt. Jim Mandler,
who was completely bottled up all
evening, added another on a dog-
shot, and it looked as though the
Wolverines would have a good eve-
Graham, high-point gainer in the
fray with 17 points, bucleted his first
three points on a foul toss and a
neat pivot shot. Then, after the Var-
sity had gone ahead again, Otto add-
ed another three points. The game
at this point became especially rough
with the Wolverines on the losing
end and as a result the Evanston lads
stepped into the lead for keeps via
From a Michigan standpoint the
second half -was just a bad dream,.
While Northwestern was playing
steady, aggressive, and clever ball,
the Wolverines were clowning their
way through this second stanza, help-
ing the Purple cause no end.
Doyle -paced the Maize and Blue
point-getters with "eight counters.
Strack added seven more while
Mandler, unable to execute his jump-
and-pivot shot against Bud Hasse,
who guarded him, was held to. six
Your Turn, Wisconsin
By BOB SCHIWARZKOPF
Sweeping every single match, Mich-'
igan's Varsity wrestling squad over-
whelmed a Detroit YMCA team, 34-0,
in its opening meet of the season at
the Sports Building last night.
The Wolverine matmen, completely
outclassing the invaders, scored five
pins and captured the three other
matches by decisive margins.
Johnson Is Outstanding
Captain Manley Johnson was prob-
ably the most outstanding grappler
of the evening, needing only twoqmin-
utes and one second to pin Walter
Ried, one of the two state YMCA
champions that the Detroit club pro-
duced for the meet. Johnson, wres-
tling- at 145 pounds, had scored seven
points in easy fashion before scoring
Pete Speek, at 158, provided the up-
set of the meet when he pinned
George Gonyeau, owner of the state
and Detroit city "Y" titles, in little
over five minutes of the third period.
Gonyeau held a slight edge at the end
of the first period, but Speek came
through in the second session to
clinch another five-pointer for the
Kopel Wins Opener
The meet's 'first fall was scored by
Dick Kopel over Bob Miller as the
Wolverine 125 -pounder, on top
throughout, gained a pin in 6:13. Hal
Rudel kept Michigan on the same
road to an easy win by scoring falls
in 1:23 of the second period and 0:38
of the third, in the 142-pound class.
Warren DeLand scored the Wol-'
verines' final pin in 6:54 in his match
with Rudy Sweden at 146 pounds, to
Shades of 1942
... flashing the form thatt
ried him to the 145-pound Con
ence crown.in 1942, vanquis
Walter Ried, the state YM
champion representing Detroit
two minutes axed one second of
night's match. It was the quicl
match of the evening.
victory of the evening.
Greene Match Close
JohnnyGreene's 11-5 win over Pat
Otto in the unlimited class was about
as close to a triumph as the "Y" ever
got. Greene held the upper hand in
each of the three periods, but still
had a tough job in subduing the De-
Michigan's other two victories were
racked up by Larry Loftus and George
McIntyre. Loftus won an 11-2 decision
from Marshall D'Orezio at 128
pounds, and McIntyre came up with
a 10-4 win over Dale Morris at 155.
125-pound class: Dick Kopel, Mich-
igan, pinned Bob Miller, Detroit.
Time: 6:13; 142-pound class: Harold
Rudel, Michigan, won on two falls
from Leo Zograph, Detroit. Time:
1:23, second period; 0:38, third peri-
od; 146-pound class: Warren DeLand,
Michigan, pinned Rudy Sweden, De-
troit. Time: 6:54.
128 - pound class: Larry Loftus,
Michigan, won from Marshall D'Ore-
zio, Detroit, 11-2; 145-pound class:
Manley Johnson, Michigan, pinned
Walter Ried, Detroit. Time: 2:01;
155-pound class: George McIntyre,
Michigan, won from Dale Morris, De-
158-pound class: Pete Speek, Mich-
igan, pinned George Gonyeau, De-
troit. Time: 5:40. Unlimited class:
Johnny Greene, Michigan, won from
Pat Otto, Detroit, 11-5.
EITHER WE'RE TERRIFIC OR DETROIT ISN'T:
Grapplers Crush Detroit Y' Team, 34-0
halk up the Varsity's fifth five-point
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