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" "'' THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JANUARY 27, 1946

Wrestlers

'l'ake

First Meet, Outelassng Purdue

Hockey Team Defeated
In Second Straight Loss
Grant Spearheads Toronto kept its assault in high
gearas the third period opened. Ko-
WoAsick pushed an unassisted goal into
(Continued from Page 1) the Wolverine net at 2:19. Michigan
:hecked the Blues' attack for 10 min-
goals into the Toronto net at.4:17 and utes but Kosick broke through again
10:07 on passes from Hill and Wally at 12:22 with the marker that brought
:acek to push the Michigan margin the Toronto outfit up even with the
up to 4-0. Heyliger men.
Toronto finally broke the ice in the Two minutes later Halder came
second frame when Halder poked his through with his second tally of the
first goal past Maclnnes at 16:32 with day and Toronto had the lead, 5-4.
assists by Gordie Ball and Jack Doyle. Kryvansowski scored the icer unas-
The Blues further cut Michigan's sisted at 15:07 to climax a string of
margin to 4-2 as Bill Kryvansowski six straight Toronto goals. Taking a
beat MacInnes at 18:54. Kosick was 'acs from Renfrew less than a minute
credited with an assist. later, MacMillan finally found the
range for the Wolverines, beating the
Toronto net-minder at 15:42.
MSC Thinclads Top OSU But with less than five minutes to
go and trailing by 6-5, the Wolverines
EAST LANSING, Jan. 26, (/P)-The could not get the tying marker
Michigan State College track team through. Time was nearly up as Hal-
opened its season here tonight by der completed his hat-trick at 19:30,
setting back the Ohio State thinclads, beating Macinnes unassisted to run
68-50, avenging a 67-31 defeat at the the count to 7-5 where it remained
hands of the Buckeyes last season. until the gun sounded.

BILL JACOBSON ... Opened the
second period for Michigan by
scoring the Wolverines' third goal
in their losing match at Toronto.
Cadet T inclads
Bre e
At West Point
WEST POINT, U. Y., Jan. 26-(A)

Bruins Drop
Wings, Capture
League Lead
Boston Breaks Detroit
Jinx, Triumphing, 4-2
By The Associated Press
DETROIT, Jan. 26 - Blasting in
four straight goals after falling be-
hind 1-0 in the opening period, the
Boston Bruins grabbed the National
Hockey League lead here tonight by
whipping the Detroit Red Wings 4-2
while Toronto was edging the Chicago
Black Howks 6-5.
A big week-day crowd of 12,770 fans
watched the Bruins explode a long-
time Detroit jinx by winning their
first regular league game here in
three years.
The Bruins, counting out Stanley
Cup play-off games, had played 18
straight league contests here since
beating Detroit Jan. 3, 1943.
Take Lead in Second
Outskated through the first 15 min-
utes, Boston grabbed a 2-1 lead mid-
way of the second period on Ken
Smith's first goal since called up from
Hershey.
Don Gallinger and Woody Dumart
pumped two more shots into the De-
troit net within a 75-second span in,
the final period to salt away the de-
cision before rookie Gerry Couture of
the Red Wings counted his first goal
on home ice this year with 11 minutes,
left to play.
Boston goaler Frankie Brimsek was
sensational in the nets, kicking away
shots as the Bruins protected the leadc
to take first place for the first timel
this season.c

Op ponents Prevail
In Three Matches
By SY LICHTER
Michigan's wrestling team, making
its first home appearance this season,
met and defeated Purdue's matmen
last night at the Yost Field House.
Purdue, holder of last year's Big
Ten wre,"ling title, came to Ann Ar-
bor with a much more experienced
squad than the Wolverines'. But
Coach Cliff Keen's men wrestled
steadily and were rewarded with their
initial victory of the season, winning
17-11.
Stark Gets 'M' Fall
It was Jim Stark, wrestling for the
Maize and Blueat 121 pounds, who
garnered the only fall for the home
team. He pinned Bob Holt in 2:2 of
the third period.
Slowv Starters, but..!
121-pounds-Jim Stark (M) pinned
Bob Holt (P), 2:02.
128-pounds-John Alireci (M) decis-
ioned Harold Cook (P), 9-7.
136-pounds-Wayne Smith (M) de-
cisioned Willis Stanton (P), 15-6.
145-pounds-Bob Folk (P) pinned
Art Clemet (M) in 1:45.
155-pounds-Warren Gregory (P) de-
cisioned Stu Snyder (M), 6-2.
165-pounds-Bill Courtright (M), de-
cisioned Gordon Fish (P), 20-7.
175-pounds-Mike Rajeevich (P) de-
cisioned Ward Peterson (M), 9-1.
Heavyweight-Dan Dworsky (M) de-
cisioned Ray Gongil (P), 10-8.

At 128 pounds, John Allred made it
two matches in a row for Michigan.
Allred defeated Harold Cook, Purdue1
captain, 9-7. Although Allred was
close to pinning Cook on several cc-
casions, he couldn't quite make it.
Wayne Smith, wrestling at 136
pounds, took the next match for the
Wolverines by defeating Willis Stan-
ton. Smith scored 15 points to Staun-
ton's six. He wrestled well all the
way, and was never behind.
In the 145-pound class, Purdue's
Bob Folk won over Michigan's Art
Clements. Even though Clements
put up a stiff fight, his more expe-
rienced adversary pinned him in 1:49
of the second period.1
Rajeevich Wins
Warren Gregory, Purdue's choice in
the 155-pound division, defeated
Michigan's Stu Snyder, 6-2. In the
165-pound class, Capt. Bill Court-
wright won for the Wolverines by de-
feating Gordon Gish, 20-7. It was
Courtright all the way. He spent the
last period trying to keep his man
down for the pin.
The 2,500 fans received something
of a surprise in the 175-pound match.
Ward Peterson, Michigan's starter at
that weight, wrestled Mike Rajcevich.
Last year, Rajcevich won the Western

Stark Scores Fall as Allred, Smith, Dworsky,
Courtright Capture Decisions for 17-11 Win

If

-Seven new meet records were es-
tablished as Army's host team walked
off with most of the honors today in
the third national West Point Relays.
Although no points were scored to-
ward a team title, the Cadets track
and field squad won five of the 12
college events and shared the victory
in two others while producing the
day's only multiple winner in Max
Minor, former Army football star.
The speedy Minor finished first in
three events and smashed the meet
record in two of them. He took the
broad jump with a leap of 23 feet, 11
inches, wiping out his own mark of 23
feet, 41/2 inches. He knocked four-
tenths of a second off the 80 yards
low hurdle record formerly held by
Lee Christensen of Army, beating
Christensen today in 9.1 seconds.
And he won the 60-yard dash in 6.4
seconds.
Tough To Lose!
MICHIGAN TORONTO
MacInnes G D. Ball
Gacek C Bower
Grant W Bromley
Celley W Kosick
Marshall D Puttock
Smith D Wade
Michigan Spares: MacMillan, Ja-
cobson, Renfrew, Smith, Hill, Cos-
salter, Kuznier, Sulentich, Arnot.
Toronto Spares: Balder, G. Ball,
Henry, Kryvansowski, Doyle, Law-
ler.

GI ATHLETIC JACKPOT:
Experts Instruct PEM

907 South State

By BOB MODIC
If high calibre instruction is the
chief requisite for success, the physi-
cal education program at Waterman
Gym should produce some outstand-
ing gymniasts, wrestlers, and other
athletes.
Among the five new additions to
the staff of Howerd Leibee, director
of physical education at the start of
the semester, were a national col-
legiate gymnastic champion and a
state wrestling titlist. The new assist-
ants are all ex-servicemen.
The gymnastic champion is Newton
Loken, who took the national title in
1942 while at Minnesota. He won four
letters in his sport while there, and
captained the team in 1942. Loken re-
ported to the Michigan campus this
fall after a "hitch" as a Naval of-
ficer. His duties in the Navy condi-
tioning program included instructing
Evashevski Will Coach
Two Sports at Syracuse
SYRACUSE, N. Y., Jan. 26-V!P)-
Forrest (Evy) Evashevski, former
Michigan sports star and pre-war
coach at Hamilton and Pittsburgh,
has been appointed head baseball
coach and assistant football coach at
Syracuse University, the Athletic Of-
flce announced today.,
Alpo named to the gridiron stai at
Syracuse was Laverne H, (Kip)
Taylor, another forner Michigan ath-
lete.

at the Georgia and Iowa pre-flight
schools.
McDaniels Tennessee Wrestler
John McDaniels, a Tennessee mat
champ in 1942, is instructing here
after eight months of duty as a dive-
bomber pilot aboard the Navy carrier
"Wasp." He won wrestling honors
while at Marysville college in Tennes-
see, where he earned four letters in
the sport.
A veteran of three years of Army
service, including 26 months with the
Eighth Air Force in England, Moreau
C. Hunt now returns to his alma
mater where he once was a star track-
man. After graduating from Michi-
gan, Hunt was assistant coach in
football, basketball and baseball at
Mercersville, Pa., Academy.
Regan Former 'M' Man
Another ex-Wolverine among the
new assistants is Dennis Regan, who
graduated from Michigan and then
taught freshman boxing here before
going into the Navy. As a chief ath-
letic specialist, Regan took part in
the Naval conditioning programs at
Great Lakes and Mississippi College.
Completing the list of new instruc-
tors is Leslie C. Bruckner, a former
football and track star at Michigan
State. He was also a Navy chief ath-
letic specialist, In the fall of 1944 he
played on the undefeated Fort Pierce
football team along with "Bullet Bill"
Daley, Michigan's rugged fullback in
1943. Bruckner was formerly assist-
ant coach in football and basketball
at Jackson High School.

Na otwnal
Basketball

Minnesota 56: Purdue 43
Northwestern 56, Wisconsin 34
Indiana 61, Chicago 32
Great Lakes 67, Illinois 42
Notre Dame 56, Kentucky 47
Detroit 67, W. Reserve 46
W. Michigan 51, C. Michigan 41°
Army 78, Rensselaer Poly 39
Syracuse 44, Villanova 33
DePaul 66, Marquette 38

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