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ArmyIvBeckcins
DodgHers' Boss,
Leo Durocher
NEW YORK, Jan. 14.- ()- The
Army beckoned for another baseball
headliner today with a draft board
notice to Leo (The Lip) Durocher,
manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, to
report for a physical examination.
Durocher, who will lie 38 years old
next July 23, at present is undergoing
a checkup at Mayo Clinic, which he
has visited annually for several years.,
The notification apparently took
President Branch Rickey by surprise;
and he told newspapermen he had
no plans about a manager.
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Wolverines Lose First
Tilt in Battle of Goalies
Gophers Keep Michigan on Defensive and Take
Their First Big Ten Meeting of the Season

Special to The Daily
MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 14.-Johnny
Mack Thayer won the first battle of
goalies tonight as he shut out Michi-
gan, 3 to 0, in a Big Ten hockey
game and gave Minnesota its first
victory of the season. The Gophers
kept the Wolverines on defense for
all but the final six minutes of the
game.
Minnesota, however, was unable to
score its first goal until 11:27 of the
second period had passed. Center
Dick Kelley slipped the puck past
goalie Hank toud, Michigan captain.
Kelley, also a halfback on the Minne-
sota football team last fall, worked
himself out from behind the Michi-
gan net, slipped by two men, then
shot the puck into the net for the
most sensational score of the eve-
ning.
The second counter came at 17:25
in the same period when John Bella,
Gopher second line right wing, took
the puck at the Gopher blue line and
skated down the ice. He outmaneu-
vered the Wolverine defensemen, Bob
Stenberg and Bob Derleth, for an
unassisted goal.
Clever skating Pat Ryan gave the
Gophers their final score at 7:17 of
the third period after taking a pass
from Bob Graiziger, left wing. Der-
leth was outstanding for Michigan,

stopping fast Minnesota forwards
time and again with rocking bodyI
checks.
* '7'

The summaries:
MICINGAN
Loud G
Reichert LW
Kemp RW
Opland C
Derleth ILD
Stenberg RD
Officials--Scotvold

MINNESOTA
Thayer
Graiziger
Ryan
Kelley
Nolander
Leckie
and McGlone.

Sti i te.V8 W e thi i
Squad Sparked
by Oklahomans
A group of Oklahomans, calling
themselves the Spartans of Michigan
State, are due to provide Michigan's
Varsity wrestlisg team with one of
its toughest meets of the entire year
Monday, for State, twice runner-up
to Oklahoma A.&M. in the National
Collegiates, will probably use five res-
idents of that state against the Wol-
verines.
Both of the Spartans' NCAA titlist5
as well as a letterman and two sopho-
mores who will probably see action
Monday come from Oklahoma, and
because that state has almost unfail-
ingly turned out an excellent crop of
wrestlers- for example, Wolverine
Captain Manley Johnson-Michigan
may have much to worry about in its
next meet.
Cut Jennings and Bill Maxwell are
the two Oklahomans who have upheld
the state's reputation by gaining mat
titles at 121 and 136 pounds respec-
tively, and Herbie Thompson, veteran
of the 1942 squad, is a better than
average wrestler at 121 pounds. Jen-
nings and Maxwell will probably be
advanced one weight class for the
meet Monday.
The two sophomores, Bill Ross at
155 pounds, and Burl Boring at 165
pounds, are as yet untested in col-
legiate competition, but they can be
counted on to put, up good fights.

By CLARK BAKER
Bottled up in their two Conference
engagements to date, Michigan's cag-
ers will be out to uncork their power
tonight at 7:15 when they entertain

Spares-Michigan: Athens, Ander-
son, Bradley. Minnesota: Williams,
Heiske, Bella, Lunden.
First Period--No scoring. Penalties.
Second Period -- Scoring, Kelley
11:27, Bella 17:45. Penalty, Derleth.
Third Period - Scoring, Ryan
(Graiziger) 7:17. Penalty, Williams.
RED WINGS WIN
NEW YORK, Jan. 14.-()-The
Detroit Red Wings took second place
in the National Hockey League stand-
ings tonight as they romped through
the bewildered New York Rangers to
a 4 to 1 victory in a Red Cross Bene-
fit game played before 9,724 specta-
tors.

Underdog inte seeks
First Big Ten Victory

Badgers boast another of those high-
powered quintets. Paced by forward
Johnny Kotz,. twice all-Conference
star, the visitors have already tram-
pled some of the Midwest's best fives
including Camp Grant, only con-
queror of Illinois' Whiz Kids.
In Conference play the Badgers and
the Wolverines have both met North-
western and the Illini, Wisconsin
breaking even while the Maize and
Blue bowed to both. Comparative
scores against the Illini would indi-
cate that the fives are about equal,
but one look at the respective show-
ings against Northwestern dispels any
such notions. Michigan was dumped
by the Wildcats, 49-32, while Wiscon-
sin plastered a 67-65 defeat on the
Purple.
Wolverines Have Grudge
The Wolverines will have a little
grudge to settle tonight. Not since
1940 have they beaten the Badgers
and only one of the last five meetings
between the teams has gone Michi-
gan's way. Last year Wisconsin took
the Wolverines' scalp, 58-36, but that
was the most lopsided margin since
1938 when Jake Townsend led the
Maize and Blue to a 58-29 win over
the Badgers.
Kotz is the visitors' biggest threat
but he hasn't been able to get moving
in Conference play as yet. Center Ray
Patterson is Big Ten scoring leader
for the boys from Madison with 26
scores in two games. Forwards Kotz
and Bob Sullivan follow with 23 and
22 tallies respectively while guards
Walt Lautenbach and Fred Rehm
round out the, starting quintet with
19 and 11 markers respectively.

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HURRY UP, HARRY, HURRY UP:
Holiday Out to Set Backstroke
Mark in Saturday'sAMI Meet

FRED REHM
... Badger guard whose sparkling
defensive work will be a large ob-
stacle in the Wolverines quest for a
victory.
Wisconsin's high-scoring Badgers at
Yost Field House.
Perennially roosting at the top of
the Big Ten basketball heap, the

Pressure galore will rest on one
Harry Holiday in the Michigan AAU
swimming championships tomorrow
night at the Sports Building.
For it is being loudly broadcast that
a respectable world record, namely
that in the 100-yard backstroke, will
exist no more after Hurricane Harry
swims the distance.
Harry, howeyer, can distribute a
lot of pressure over his 6'5" frame. In
fact, this pressure may merely be dis-

onds was two-tenths of a second bet-
ter than Adolf Kiefer's accepted rec-
ord.
That effort was unofficial since it
did not occur in an AAU meet. No
such technicality can bar any record
made tomorrow from staying in the
books.
Harry will have two cracks at the
record; the diving is sandwiched in
between the backstroke heats and fi-
nal; so if Harry misses in his first
attempt, he will have plenty of time
to rest up for another harder try.
As if these backstroke races are not
enough, Holiday is entered in three
other events with,,the .possibility that
he might swim six other times, in-
cluding heats and finals. These extra
efforts are the 50-yard freestyle, the
75-yard individual medley handicap
and the 200-yard freestyle relay.
No matter what may happen in the
rest of the meet, ;Harry Holiday will
be out to give spectators their forty
cents worth all by himself; not many
doubt that he will do it.
Students must present identifica-
tion cards to get in for forty cents;
7:30 is the starting time.

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Hurricane forward, or more literally
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