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how Provides
Ttn~y Thrills
Bluejacket Vince YIrak
Decisions Joe Aueoin
In H ard-Fought Contest

Tolu the Comit
By DAVE LOEWENBERG
Associate Sports Editor

Awa; ainnnuers at.&ur ule-
olverime Five lichigan a en Seek
hakes Floor at
niaa Tonight Seco Big le ctory

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}Much was said in the recent po
lapping and duplication of effort am
this columnist is forced to believe t

By MURRAY GRANT I olicy, the above criticism is justifie
Navy officials appeared quite In a recent press conference Pr
pleased last night as the Naval Ath- the desire to see baseball continue, of
letic Boxing program went off without ball would have the same restriction
a hitch, and with successful and even, agency.
matches throughout. Then Maj. Gen. Henshey, Se
Bill McGrath, a Marine forester, first of his discriminatory directiv
won the first match of the evening aptly called "the swat the athlet
as he pounded out a close decision draft boards to "review the classifi
over Fred Dyson Jr., another Marine. red from military service or who h
McGrath led all the way and had the forces for physical or mental disa2
match won from the start. He lost ent physical defects are engagedi
the last round, however, when one of fessional athletics."
his blows was called low by referee Another pronouncement from th
John Johnstone. Both men were that in the future, when any profess
light-heavyweights with McGrath .h
weighing in at 164 pounds and Dy- Induction center, his case at that p
son at 176. for final decision.
Taylor Takes Martin This situation was really blown
The second match of the evening Jimmy Byrnes placed 4-F athletesi
pitted Bill Taylor against Joe Martin. 4-F athletes who could play football
In this welterweight tilt Taylor found gun. I wonder if it ever occured to
little trouble in decisively trouncing has had more than 480 outstanding
Martin. At the end of the bout fighting fronts for more than two
Martin was bleeding quite freely and I think it is high time that our
it looked as though referee John- of the simple fact that a great p
stone might have called the fight entering the armed forces. Howei
earlier. ordered to do and a 4-F can't get
Two middleweights provided the him in.
opposition for the third event of This baiting of wartime athlete
the evening as George Avila, 156 tion experts will tell you that the o
pounder, faced Jim Meader, also 156 dition is to create an office of sport
pounds. Meader won a compara- for all policies as regards the status o
tively easy victory as he put his Only by adopting this proposal c
reach adva-tage to its greatest use. tins, directives and orders that have
In the fourth match on the card I which have subjected him to consta:
Bob Schneiderman, 150 pound wel- -
terweight scored a very decisive vic-
tory over Bill, Hart, 145 pounder. rl
Schneiderman used his left hand to
advantage as he kept his adversary at a l hog h ot h r
bay all through the bout,.~Th r T for
horton Wins
WIn the next match, Bob Horton'
scored what was probably the most Jim Galles To Take On.
impressive win of the entire card as Undefeated Rajcevielh
he slashed out a clean-cut decision4
over Bob Bowman in a middleweight Michigan's wrestling squad jour-
tilt. Horton held the advantage all neys to Lafayette, Indiana today
throughout the match as he pounded to meet the Boilermaker's of Purdue
his opponent unmercifully. in the Webermen's third conference
The only technical knockout of the j match of the season.
evening was scored in the sixth match The Boilermakers have not been
of the card as "Poojie" Valiere used very successful thus far this year as
a sixteen pound weight advantage they have dropped both conference
to whip a game, but outboxed and tilts to Northwestern and Illinois.
outslugged Chuck Barkant. The ref- The Wildcats beat Purdue 16-14,
eree stopped the. fight at the end of while we beat Northwestern in our
the second round. Sp. (A) 3/c Gar- first meet, 22-8. Thus if by one set
rett threw in a towel as soon as he I of rules- the Wolverines should be
saw that Barkant was outclassed. favorites for the match, by an
Johnson Downed equally strong comparison they must
Larry Hetrick and Johnny Johnson be rated as underdogs. The Fight-
hooked up in the heavyweight bout, ing Illini took the measure of Pur-
with Hetrick slugging his way to a due 15-9, while Illinois beat us 21-10.
undisputed victory. Hetrick appear- Thus as in all Western Conference
ed to have an advantage in reach matches previous records will mean
which was probably the deciding fac- nothing when the two teams meet.
tor. Wrestling at 121 pounds for the
In the Main event, Vince Yirak, a Boilermakers is Dave Liang, a
NaVal veteran, pounded out a close Chinese boy who finished third in
victory over Jee Aucoin, a Marine, as I the confrence matches last year.
his fine footwork and excellent left His opponent will be Art Saehsel,
jab served him in good stead. Both who last week lost a close decision.
boys were former Golden Glovers. Bob Johnston, undefeated 128
_ ----- -- I ound rappler will take on Carl

litical campaign concerning the over
ong the various New Deal Agencies and
,hat, in deference to an over-all sports
d.
esident Franklin D. Roosevelt expressed
course still bearing in mind that base-
ns imposed on it as any other (ivilian

lective Service Director, issued the
ves on Dec. 26. In what has been
es order," Hershey directed all local.
ication of registrants who are defer-
have been discharged from the armed
bility and who despite their appar-
in the principle occupation of pro-
ie War Department on Jan. 17, stated
sional athlete is rejected at any Army
pint will be referred to the War Dept.
wide open when General Marshall and
in a false position. Both denounced
or baseball, but who couldn't carry a
these two gentlemen that the Army
athletes relieved from duty on the
years,
responsible officials took cognizance
ortion of these men are desirous of
ver, they must do what they are
into service when they won't take
s has gone far enough. Adininistra-
ne way to clear up this muddled con-
s coordinator, who will be responsible
f professional athletes,
an we eliminate the conflicting bulle-
plagued the professional athlete and
nt ridicule and embarrasment.
SBoiler er
ig ,en Win

ohn lullaniev Will
Start at Center Shot
Instead of Doh Lund
By BILL MULLENDORE
A 12-man Michigan basketball
squad entrained for Bloomington, In-I
diana yesterday, determined to break'
a three-game Western Conference
losing streak and at the same timej
notch its second victory of the season
over Indiana.
Included in the travelling squad is
center Don Lund, but it is improbable
that he will see- any action on the
court. Coaches said that Lund would
not be in the starting, lineup and
that it is very doubtful if he will get
into the game at all.
The big center, who has been an
important cog in the Wolverine ma-
chine, suffered a twisted ankle early
in the second half of the Michigan-
Ohio game last Saturday. He has
worked out with the squad during
the week, but has been unable to re-
gain his normal form.
Lund's place in the first five will
be taken over by John Mullaney. a
starting forward in recent weeks,
who opened the season as a center*
and saw considerable action at that;
position. Keith Harder, substitute
forward who showed a lot of scor-
ing potentialities earlier in the seas-
on, will be inserted at Mullaney's
vacated post.
Revamped Line-up To Start
Filling out the revamped lineup
will be Bob Geahan, leading Wolver-
ine scorer, who will pair with HarderI
at forward, and Don Lindquist and
Walt Kell at guards. Reserves in-
clude Ted Berce and Jack Weisen-s
burger, forwards; Bruce Hilkene, cen-
ter; and Bill Gregor, Ed Norris, and
Bob Hamilton, guards.
This squad will meet an Indiana
quintet which may be considerably*
improved over the one which drop-

laize land Blue Swimmers Journey to
Lafayette ro Face Strong Purdue Squad

By HANK KEISER
A confident Michigan swimming
squad, fresh from a 54-29 victory over
Northwestern, will attempt to chalk
up its second Conference win of the
Rink-tees Fae
Brantford A.C,
Inlonie Gm
PucksteersT ry for
Second Whi of Year
The local sports spotlight will be
on the Maize and Blue hockey team
tonight, when they face the very!
powerful Brantford sextet which has:
an impressive record of four victories
and no losses to put them in first
place in the Intermediate Ontario
Hockey Association.
Michigan's pucksters will have a
tougher time tonight in trying to'
chalk up their second win of the
season than they did in gaining their
initial victory last Saturday over;
Sarnia, 4-3. The chief reasons aref
that the Brantford team is stronger:
in reserves and is a faster breaking
combination than the Sarnia rink-
sters.
Coach Vic Heyliger said that this
encounter will be ones of the best to
be played this season. In preparation
for this contest the Wolverine sextet
has been practicing passing the puck,
power plays and whipping the puck
from our goal to the neutral zone.
In all of these features the Maize;
and Blue pucksters were weak in
their Sarnia match.
The Brantford squad that opposes

season when it clashes with a pow-
erful Purdue aggregation tonight at!,
Lafayette, Ind.
The Boilermakers' record for this
season closely parallels that of the
Maize and Blue squad. Great Lakes
registered a 46-38 triumph against
Purdue, in a closely fought match
similar to the Bluejackets' encounter'
with Michigan, while the Boilermak-
ers bounced back a week later to
hand Northwestern a 43-41 defeat l
Although the scores the two
teams compiled against Great Lakes
differ by only two points, Miehi-
gan having the edge, the Wolver-
me squad garnered a far greater
point total against Northwestern
than the boys from Lafayette. In j
addition comparative times wrung
up in the past contests give the
Maize and Blue a definite edge over
tonight's opponents.
Jack Porter, Boilermaker long-dis
tance freestyler, swam the 220-yard
distance against Great Lakes in
2:24.7, to snatch victory from the
Iaiids ofcBluejacket Arny Pylkas. t
But, Michigan's Captain, Mert
Church churned to victory in the j
Northwestern tilt in 2:19.2, a full
5.5 seconds faster than the Purdue
ace. If this is any indication of the
comparative ability of the two men,
Church. can be expected to clinch
that event for the Wolverine crew.
Swimming against Michigan's
Big Ten champ, Chuck Fries, in
the 50 and 100-yard freestyle events
will be harry Ahlquist, a V-12
transfer from Northwestern. Ahl-
quist, who was captain of the Wild-'
cats' tank squad last year, defeated!
the Great Lakes candidates in the V
50-yard tilt, swimming the distance

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EVoorhees, who had previously beat- ped a one-point, 54-53 decision t
to Michigan tonight will have two Torti in :24.3. In comparison with this,
en the Purdue grappler, 8-1. Michigan a month ago here. Since brothers, Tony and Angelo. at de- Fries has captured his victories in
Newt Skillman, captain-elect for that time the Hoosiers have beaten' fense and in a wing spot respectfully, the slightly faster time of :24.2.
the Boilermaker match will face Jim Purdue and Minnesota on successive with two other brothers on the re- However, one-tenth of a second is
Mottelson, another victim of the Illi- weekends, and have lost to league- serve squad. no safe margin in any water event
nois wrestling team. Mottelson lost; leading Iowa, 56-51, after giving the Filling out the starting positions and, consequently, the battle be-
to Jim Watts of Illinois, while Skill- Hawks a commendable battle. are: Ken Kipp. defenseman, Clare tween these two stalwarts promises
man pinned Bob Smith of the I Michigan Has Losing Streakd Easto, in the other wing slot, Ronald to be one of the highlights of the
lini in 5:37 last week. Michigan, on the other hand. has Manning, center, and Wilford Beck- evening.
Coach Claude Reeck announced re- not fared so well. After nosing out ham at the net.
cently that there would be twvo new- the Hoosiers, the Wolverines handed In the Maize and Blue starting Coach Matt Mann, Wolverine
to the Boilermaker lineup Illinois a decisive trimming, but then positions will be: Captain Ted Greer swimming mentor, refused to com-
This will strengthen the heavierlost their next three games. Illinois and John Jenswold, wingmen, Carl i ment on Michigan's chances for vic-
weight considerably according to inflicted the worst defeat of the t Sulentich at center, Bob Henderson tory, but he stated, with a confident
Reeck. Fred Booth, who has a one season in a return match, and Iowa: and Herb Upton, defensemen, and smile, "I am sure the boys will give
and onie record so far this season will came from behind in the final min- ; Dick Mixer guarding the goal. a good account of themselves."
ad on reord okrthis sneson wilBl utes to register a heartbreaking 29- - -- ------
take on Bob Folk, conqueror of Bob 27 win over Coach Bennie Ooster-- -
' Bohannon, Illinois grappler. Folk is aan's crew. Ohio State then added
undefeated thus farsP insult to injury with a 61-47 victory
Bob Roberts is the second of Pur-atStra n aewihas
due big three. All three men have.last Saturday i a game which also
not lost as yet. Roberts will face was marked by Lund's injury.
George Darrow, who again turned the So, the Wolverines will have a
tables on Stu Snyder as he cooped a double objective when they take the -"
decisive victory during this week's tonght Not only will they be
challenge series. These men will meet out to make it two in a 'oover t
in th 155 ound atch.Hoosiers, but also they will be at-;ยข?
the 155 pound match. tempting to get back on the victory
One of these new starters is trail and shake the hard luck which
Henry Waznoski, who will face has dogged them all season.
Charles Telfer in the 165 pound _.__ _._ _
match. Telfer cane through this..
week's challenge unscathed. ' -M SCHEDULE
Jim Galles, second of the Wol-
verines undefeated grapplers will General Fraternity Leaguc-3:30;
face Mike Rajceevich, likewise un-
Gaffers vs. Zeta )Eer- Tana, Alpha
beaten in what will probably be the Gaf eg vs. tBea Tau Epha
outstanding match of the day. By TaPi Omga v.Sga Phi Epsi-
nIon, Phi Sigma Delta vs. Lambda" fec/prom
comparison of each man's perform- Chi Alpha, and Sigma. Chi vs. Del- ath
ance against Illinois, we find that ta Kappa Epsilan.
Galles had a seven point advan- Independent League-4:30; Hi-
tage, while Rajeeevich had only a Temps vs. Foresters, and Golden
five point lead. Bears vs. Rebels.
In the final match of the afternoon., Service League- 1:30; Fourth
Walt Blumenstein, whose arm has Lloyd vs. Navy Supply, Company Ct
been healing nicely during the week, vs. Battalion I, Sigma Chi V-12 vs.
will seek his first win of the season. Sangeneers, and Rangers vs. RO-
- - -.----- NAGS.
Professional Fraternity League-
Dont b'agresy in
2:30; Xi Psi Phi vs. Delta Tau
Delta, Delta Sigma Delta vs. Phi
Rho Sigma, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
vs. Alpha Kappa Kappa, and Phi
Today Only -:--- Chi vs. Nu Sigma Nu. Lead the Mob to
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