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SA~T'T'flV y V Yl 1'!,1911~

TIlE MICIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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Wolverines, 57-47;

Illinois

Here

Tonight

Tm King Gathers 24
1 ts To Lead Attack
Oto Graham, Northwestern Ace, Checked;

AIwIeet Here; Sextet To Play Sarnia

Wolverines

W ayne Thompson Injured in Stubborn Battle
l e !L MULLENDORE fense as he scorched the meshes with avored
_ imc a iliant performance by sensational shots from all over the
Michigan's Tommy King who racked court. He racked up nine field goals
up 24 oins t o account for half of and six charity tosses in eight at-
the Wolverine total, the Michigan tempts in amassing his 24 'point total.
cager fell beore a superior North- Wolevrines Perform Well
we r ' la nigt i h - IWith the largest i
we n f!t night in a hard- The other members of the Michi-
fought contest at Yost Field House, gan squad also turned in very credit- trants in the history
A74 able performances. Hirsch did a great gether with Matt Ma
The Wiildcats had things pretty job under the backboards, out-jump- bition in the Sports
much their own way after the open- ing three and four Wildcats on sev- the Michigan AAU sv
ing of the game. Michigan jumped eral occasions Strack played his usual pionships tonight pro
nto a short-lived four to nothing lead fine game while alternating at guard of the best in recent
after the tip-of, but Northwestern and forward, scoring eight points. Mihigas enre
came bck with four baskets and a Don Lund garnered six markers Michigan's entire
free throw while holding the Wolver- ad p d afinedefsix gmer swimmers will comp
ines to a ;ingle charity toss to open'e ydg whichwsell.pected that they will
For Northwestern Ward and Schu- of the events, despitE
ie. hs esmacher stood out with 14 and 12 the entry list. which
f ith , te sattempted acomeback points respectively. Chief disappoint- composed of stars fro
nfive ichga attbyd ing and Do k ment of the evening to the highly leges. high schools an
an field gal by n aLund partisan capacity crowd outside of throughout the stat
Lioh n nda to s13-11oafter sev- Michigan's defeat, was -the poor Wolverines. full tea
broun t 1- aftr te- showing of Graham. Although Otto entered by Western
Wni s o lytthis oint hed handled his pivot position well, he Kronk Athletic Club
Wildcat beg'ntolly forge ahead, definitely had an off night, gathering Club of Detroit.
and alhoug Michigan made mo- only four field goals which is far be- Listed on the prog
mentary purts, were never seriously low his usual offensive output. and 440 yard frees
thra ene During the game two Michigan backstroke, 100 yar
Ildcatr' bIu Click men suffered injuries, one a minor 200 yard relay, and tl
Near the end of the haalf the Wild- ankle injury to Hirsch who later re- will consist of six di
cat offene egan to click with ma- turned to the game, and the other a the one meter or thr
chine-like precision as they dropped shoulder injury to Wayne Thompson. Highlight of the spe
four succesive askets through the be a four man 200
hoop. ,ow-d Jchhny Ward, who Navy teams.
led the Wild at ttack with seven Biyrd ra s Lead In giving his exh
fiefl goas. contibuted four points to ' ,Matt will once more
this effort. s the gun sounded for II West Coast Open ess that gained for r
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To

Wolverines To Meet 'Gee Whiz Kids
Point for First Conference Victory

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Pucksters at
Full Sn

number of en-
of the meet, to-
nn's first exhi-
Building pool,
wimming cham-
mises to be one
years.
quad of varsity
ete in the meet
, and it is ex-
dominate most
e the fact that
h totals 120, is
m 13 other col-
d athletic clubs
e. Besides the
ims have been

By DAVE LOEWENBERG
The Maize and Blue cagers will
attempt to .et back on the victory
road when they tangle with a power-
ful Illinois five at 7:30 this evening
in the Yost Field House.
Last night's defeat at the hands
of Northwestern was a particularly
rostly one, as Wayne Thompson. star
Wolverine forward, suffered an in-
jured shoulder. and will be lost to the
squad for an indefinite period. This
is a severe blow to Michigan's cage
plans.
Coach Doug Mills will send hisI
tallest and strongest lineup against
Michigan. Don Delaney. V-12 junior
from Detroit. who has been named
amne captain for the Illini. will oper-
ate at center to give Illinois rebound-
ing strength. Stan Patrick. Chicago

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-un r n of _ Le nalf.Northwestern en-
joyed a (cuf orbl 31-20 margin. 1
With the opening of the secondl
period a determined Michigan quin-
tet took the floor in an attempt to cut
down the eleven point deficit. Al-1
though t succeeded in outscoringt
their mu nts in the second half,E
the Wolvexines did little more thant
hold their own. A brief surge fea-
tured by two asket s by King and one
by Dae St rack narrowed the marginl
to 35-29 a five minutes of play,
but towring George Felt, flashyE
Nollt h w estern center, took charge of ]
things to erase the threat, pumping
in two baskets while team-mate Ron-E
nie Schumacher added another.
Northwest: rn Strong at Finish
Paced by the highy publicized Ottof
Graham, the Wildcats again went onj
the offne and easily maintained a'
ten c int argn until the final gun,
d it ant efforts of the Wol-
verins. _-he gMe _endedl with the1
baIl in Noitestern's possession and
a 17-47 vt ory in their first outing
gainst Wesen Conference competi-
tion,
The ostnd ing highlight of the
evening was the play of King, a soph-<
omnre, Who was not even a member
of the tart lineup at the begin-
ning of the ason. His performance
was certainly theA best of any put on
in the Field Ic ose during the current
campaign, Iand probably as good as
anin wn bya Michigan first-
year n n some time, His tricky
dribbling ad ewildering speed con-
tinually; ouwitted the Wildcat de-
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2idl m rnalWins
YPSILANr.I Jan. 7.-(A)-Michi-
gan Norms I Cagers whipped a badly-
conditined tam from the Naval Of-

bably move Dave Strack over to

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 7.-(/P)-BabeE
Ruth's former understudy with theI
New York Yankees, Sammy Byrd,
surprised everyone by grabbing theI
lead today in the $12,500 Los Angeles
Golf Championship with a dazzling
66 over the par 71 Wilshire Country
Club course.
Always a steady shotmaker, Byrd'
was. superlative today as he drove
long ones and putted flawlessly. He
rammed home six birdies and made
only one mistake during the entire
18 holes.
This pace -making performance was.
especially good because of the heavy
going caused by recent rains. The
slow greens spoiled the game of
many a competitor in the field of 135
qualifiers. It boosted him ahead of
such players as Jimmy Hines of New
York, Willie Hunter of Los Angeles'
Riviera Club, and Olin Dutra, the
host pro, all of whom had 69's. The
championship is being conducted
under winter rules.
Byrd, who quit baseball in 1936 and
took up golf seriously, had birdies
on the third, sixth, eighth. 14th, 15th,
and 16. On the par three he punched
a wedge short off the tee. That was
his only slip.
Byrd's card:

Smprec eampionsni
plained that he is giv
tion to show how eas
Matt hasn't given a
ance in the water si
swimmers moved fr
pool to the Sports Bu
In tonight's meet,I
fans will get a previ
ference race which st
night at Evanston
western. Michigan
favorite to regain the
which they lost toC
year, and tonight sh
just how strong the
An added feature o

Michigan, the senior. and Howard Judson, Hebron
and the Boys freshman. will be at forwards. with
Ray DeMoulin. Mulberry Grove
ram are the 50 freshman, and Junior Kirk. Mt. Ver-
tyle, 100 yard non sophomore, at guards.
d breaststroke, Other squadmen who probably will
she diving which make the trip include Gordon Gilles-
ves from either pie. freshman center from Chicago;
ee meter board. Jake Staab, V-12 sophomore from
cial events will Chillicothe, and Bob Morton. Elgin
yard relay for freshman, forwards; and Jim Seyler,
V-12 freshman from Centralia, and
ibition tonight. Gordon Hortin. Albion junior, guards.
show the prow- In its two conference tilts thus far
him the British this season the -Ilini have split even
p at 15. He ex- with the highly touted Wisconsin
ving the exhibi-quintet.
y it is to swim. The Orange and Blue stopped the
public appear- Badgers 45-43 in an overtime tilt at
nce the varsity Madison Monday and last night the
om the Union Illini lost a close 43-38 verdict to the
wilding. boys from Madison.
Maize and Blue Coach Mills said that "the outcome
ew of the Con- of tonight's game will depend a lot
arts next Friday_ -_
against North-
should be the ' eslesju
eir Big Ten title
Ohio State last
Aould determine For Season s Op
Wolverines are.
of the meet will

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forward and the rest ofthe starting
lineup will probably include Tom Fcing ius first Opponent of the
King at the other forward, Don Lund 1 en lichigan's hockey scuad
and Dick Shrider, guards, and at k to !he ice at 8 p.m. tonight
center Elroy Hirsch, against an experienced sextet from
* * *Sarnia. Out.
lini Lose 43-38 Although the eam has h1ad no
games sice Iati month when it was
CHAMPAIGN. Ill., Jan. 7 .defeated b sp edcir sqiuad from
Wisconsin, beaten by Illinois in the . another anadian
Big Ten Conference basketball open- club, Coa c Eime Lowrey's men have
er earlier in the week, bounced back 1een going through intensive prac-
tonight to whip the defending chain- tice drils form the past few days,
pions 43-38, hc sho make their chances
The Badgers wiped out a 23-21 i
half-time deficit to tie the score 31- Hioldisdlelivot spot in the
31 with 12 minutes to play. Russ ichem rt fo d line will
Wendlund, Glen Selbo and Des Smith oe Captain Bob Derlth. who has
each made a basket to shove Wiscon- been swited to oiense. after a
sin into a 37-32 margin before Illi year's ex e a a defnsie post.
nois finally against rushed into a L01rey a" found that Derleth's agil-
lead. it i of n alue in the front line
With three minutes left. Stan Pat- and he has two e celien back-check-
rick dumped in two baskets and ing fense men in Bob Henderson
Howie Judson donated one to give and Toni Messingr. naval trainees.
the Illini a 38-37 advantage. ButThe twow p i illed by
Smith quickly scored for Wisconsin Ted Gree; nd John Jensxold both
and Wendlund followed with another of whom h ye had prviious experi-
goal to escort the team to victory. * li
Lrowx\ re"':sei;rc lp''?l-5so
, Gori: Anderson an a k Athens.
Haw ks Get Goaie veterans from lat years squad. and
Herb Upton, a frshan w o has
Karakas in1 T rad( shown marked abit.
Starting lineups:
DETROIT. Jan. 7.-IP)-Acquired Michigan Sarnia
in a three-player trade, Goalie Mike Don Mixer Jack Rutter
Karakas will return to the nets of Bob Henderson LD Len Rutter
the Chicago Blackhawks Sunday at Ton Messinger RI) Sc1-ap Perry
Olympia Stadium in a National Capt. R. Derleth Cf Tom Prudence
HockeyLeague game with the De- John Jenswoid L CUarlie Levan
troK Red Wings.
Karakas, discarded by Chicago in
1938 after four years of service, was BUY WAR BONDS & STAMPS
obtained today from Provide'nce.
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WAYNE rHOMPSON
inim-e d 7vfinhk~ipA5all A FJ VVnI

on how the boys bounce back follow-
ing Friday's game with Wisconsin.
After all, with a young team, such as
Illinois has. anything can happen."
With Thompson out of the start-
ing lineup, Coach Oosterbaan will
;adeOhio State
ening Encounter

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be the return of Chief Petty Officer Michigan's wrestling squad of hope- fer from Wisconsin. Johnny Greene,,
Tom Haynie to Ann Arbor. Haynie. fuls left Ann Arbor for Columbus at Jim Galles are the two lettermen, and
a former Maize and Blue captain, is 4:30 p.m. yesterday. Lowell Oberly is the Wisconsin trans-
now coach of Western Michigan and This team will meet the Buckeyes fer. These are the only three veter-
until last year held the Conference of Ohio State at 3:00 p.m., where ans on the squad.
record in the 220 and 440. !Loth teams will be participating in Cd
their first match of the season. There Coach Ray Courtright stated that
j lhas been a certain mystery shroud- "We have a green team and hope for
King f0r ( ID;y ing the lair of the Buckeye matmen ' the best; what the team lacks in ex-
as there has been no information perience they will make up by fight,
N'WESTERN(57) G F PF TP wjhatever on their team for the cur- and I think that they will give a good
account of themselves."
Graham, f....... 4 0 0 8 rent campaign, which leads the Mien-
o, f....... igan fans to believe that there is
Wad, f......... . , something brewing that bodes ill to W
Felt, c 4. ..h........... 7 0 1 14 the Wolverines. IU Jackns
Schadler, g 1 3 7 However, the Maize and Blue rep-
Carle, 2. 0 2 resentatives figure that they are as NEW YORK, Jan. 7.--(A)-Beau
'Clawson, g ...1 0 ready as they will ever be for this Jack had to go all out down the
C humae, g.... 6 .12 first match. Coach Courtright has stretch to take a ten-round decision
, had his team on edge for this en-; from Lulu Costantino in Madison
Totals......26 5 11 57counter for quite a while, and this Square Garden tonight after absorb-
late start in the season has had the ing a boxing lesson in the early going
MICHIGAN (47) G F PF TP effect of tension on the team. This that at times made the lightweight
King, f.........9 6 3 24 tension that has been prevalent, will champion look like an awkward am-
I.. ....f0 2 0 2 be eased considerably after the match ateur.
Thompson, f ..... 1 0 0 2 this afternoon. A 1 to 4 underdog in the betting
Hirsch,(. ........1 1 2 1 This year's squad of grapplers is against the one-time shoe-shine boy
Seymour, c .......0 0 0 0 composed of four sophomores, one from Georgia, Costantino danced all
Strack, g-f . 4... .. reserve, two lettermen, and one trans- around him in the early heats,
Ketterer, g ... ..U I __--------
Lnd,g 0 3
Shrider, g ........2 0 4
Totals .......19 9 9 47

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544-36-35-71

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It was a day of good golf by those
who were expected to be right up in
the running. Ellsworth Vines of
Pasadena, former tennis champion'
who has been playing spectacularly
all winter, was right up there with a
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23 to 3. T ;om Greeig. of Normal, was
an wit1 14 points.
To ytru Saturday

s MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 7.-tA%-
Staving off a second half rally, Iowa
defeated Minnesota tonight, 37 to 34,
in the Big Ten basketball opener for
both schools.
The Gophers almost pulled the
game out of the fire, coming within a
single point of knotting the score in
the final minute after having trailed
by 12 points at one time in the se-
cond half.

Purdue Whips Chicago
CHICAGO, Jan. 7.--(A3)-Purdue
snapped a four-game losing spell to-
night by opening its Big Ten Con-
ference basketball with a 70-27 vic-
tory over Chicago.
Chicago, winner of only one game
in its last 47 starts, was swamped,
38-17 at the half.

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