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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Cagers Host Minnesota
In Season Finale Today

DAILY CLASSIFIED

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By CLIFF MARKS

Minnesota's Golden Gophers in-
vade Yost Fildhouse tonight at
8 p.m. as the Michigan cagers
wind up their best season since
1948.
A win would give 'the hosts a
15-7 overall record and also clinch
a second-place tie in the Confer-
ence, while their opponent is rele-
gated to the second division
(eighth or ninth) no matter what
the outcome.
The Wolverines are presently
deadlocked with five other teams
for runner-up honors behind
champion Michigan State.
Two Records
Two new records will undoubted-
ly be set tonight as Michigan
shoots for a 8-6 Big Ten mark.
M. C. Burton needs only five points
to break Ron Kramer's individual
season standard of 450 set in 1957,
and this year's high scoring club
will smash the team scoring record
with their twenty-fourth point.
Burton, along with George Lee
and Gordie Rogers will be playing.
in his last Michigan game. Coach
Bill Perigo, speaking of the two
veterans, (Lee and Burton) who
have been starting since their
sophomore year, echoed the senti-
ments of all.'
Hard To Replace
"We sure hate to see them go.
It will be extremely hard to re-
place them, especially underneath
the boards, not to mention the loss
of 40 points. a game."
An added feature tonight will be

the first meeting this year of Bur-
ton and Ron Johnson, Minnesota's
6'T' center. The two are battling
it out for the conference scoring
title with the Michigan star hold-
ing a 17-point edge. When Perigo
was asked about the type of de-
fense he was devising for John-
son, he remarked, "We really don't
know yet. We're going to experi-
ment and see what happens."
Johnson Ailing
The coach added a note of inter-
est to Wolverine fans about the
Gopher ace. "Johnson had the flu
last week and was out of action
for a few days. We'll see how much
he was affected Saturday night."
When questioned concerning the
other Minnesota stalwarts, Perigo
stated, "They have another John-
son, Roger, a guard, who will give
us trouble, along with Gerald But-
ler and Tom Benson.
"Butler has looked real good at
times and Benson is a fine shooter.
The latter gave us trouble up there
last year." The four boys men-
tioned plus sophomore guard Paul
Lehman will probably comprise the
Gophers starting line-up.
Usual Starters
Michigan will go with its usual
combination of Lee, Burton, John
Tidwell, Lovell Farris and Terry
Miller, although Miller has an
injured leg which still bothers him.
However, he started Monday
against Illinois. Perigo said "Terry
still can't maneuver on that leg.
He is the only boy not up to par."

M. C. BURTON
... after record

TIDWELL SECOND BEST:
Siegfried Tops Conference Sophs

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By CLIFF MARKS

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"This year's crop of sophomores
in the Big Ten is the best I've seen
in seven years of coaching at
Michigan."
Thus spoke basketball Coach
Bill Perigo in reference to the top
yearlings playing .for Conference
teams in this year's red-hot race.
(Red-hot battle for second place,
thht is.'
Siegfried Tops All
Perigo added that this year's
sophomore group is not long on-
quantity, but rather quality. Peri-
go pointe! to Ohio State's Larry
Siegfried as one of the top sophs
-not only in the- Big Ten, but in
the country.'
With only one game left in the
season, Siegfried is- fourth in the
scoring race, with an average of
21.0. He should fit in well next
year when the great OSU fresh-
man team with sensational Jerry
Lucas becomes eligible for Big
Ten play.
The M' coach was reluctant to

add that Michigan's own John
Tidwell, who performed so bril-
liantly against his home state Illi-
nois club on Monday, is also one
of the best sophomore prospects
this year. Tidwell is eleventh in
scoring with a 19.1 average. He
and Siegfried seem to stand just a
little above the other first year
men.
When speaking of both quantity
and quality of sophs this year, In-
diana comes to the head of the
class. The sophomore - studded
Hoosiers had five newcomers in
the line-up at one time against
Michigan State Saturday. They
were Walt Bellamy, 6'11" center,
Herbie Lee and Gary Long, guards,
and Leroy Johnson and Ronnie
Horn, forwards.
Outstanding Hoosiers
All have' been outstanding at
times this year, and for that reason
it is hard to pick a standout.
Perigo said, undoubtedly thinking
ahead to next year, "They're cer-
tainly a great bunch of boys. The

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Two sophomores for Big Ten
champ Michigan State have pro-
vided the necessary bench strength
for the Spartans. One of them is
5'9" speedster Dave Fahs, who has
injected quite a bit of spark into
the Spartan's attack. The other is
Art Govens, a high jumping for-
ward who helps Johnny Green and
Horace Walker control the boards.
Illinois' Wessels
A couple of contenders who have
come up with one outstanding soph
apiece this year are Illinois and
Purdue. The Illini have 6'7" John
Wessels whom Perigo termed "a
fine hook-shot artist." Purdue has
a sparkplug guard to replace
clever Harvey Austin next year in
Bob Orrill.
Orrill has done a good job in
spot performances this year, as
evidenced by the rally he led which
almost overcame a 27-point Mich-
igan lead in the Wolverines' open-
er.
Minnesota, Michigan's opponent
this evening has two top sopho-
more prospects in Gerald Butler,
a 6'6" center, and Paul Lehman,
a 6'5" guard. Another boy who
probably will see action against
the Wolverines is 6'5" forward
Dick Erickson.
NU Sophomores
Northwestern and Iowa, two of
the teams tangled in the 6-way tie
for second place in the conference,
each has two good sophs. The
Northwestern boys - 6'7" Charles
Brandt, and 6'5" Dick Becker -
played high school ball with Mich-
igan's Gary Kane at Elgin, Ill.
Both have done their share in re-
lief roles this year.
For the Hawkeyes, Ron Zager
was a fireball until he became in-
eligible. Coming from the ineli-
gible list to replace him, however,
was jump-shooting Bob Carpenter,
who scored five straight goals
against Michigan in the Wolverines
90-86 triumph. Carpenter played
on Kentucky's All - Star team
against Indiana's All-Stars in their
annual benefit game for the blind,
in 1957.
Last Place Badgers
In last place this year but with
hopes of moving up in the future
due to its large sophomore repre-
sentation is Wisconsin. The Badg-
ers did a lot of shuffling, but
emerging as the top boys were
guards Jim Biggs and Dick Dut-
risac, along with forward Ivan
Jefferson, who played high school
ball with Michigan's Tidwell. Biggs
is presently twenty-third in the
conference scoring race.
Three M' sophomores who have
been overshadowed by Tidwell are
Dick Donley, Rich Robins and
Kane. All have had good per-
formances this year, with Robbins
providing a spark in the Illinois,
come-from-behind victory. These
boys back up the fact that there
are a lot of good sophs in the Big
Ten this year, although only a few
have been really outstanding.

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FOR RENT
YPSI. NEAR CAMPUS: 2 unfurnished
heated apartments, private baths.
Two rooms-$55, four rooms-$80. Ga-
rage available, stove and refrigerator
optional. HU 2-0844 after 6 P.M. C83
ACROSS FROM RACKHAM - Single
room for male graduateastudent $8.50
weekly. Also furnished apartment for
2 or 3 men. $110 including utilities
and linen. NO 2-4911. C82
HOUSE TRAILER. 1956, clean, 2 bed-
rooms, full bath, U-shaped kitchen,
oil drum, storm windows, screens.
Terms 5% interest, $3000. NO 3-9575.
C81
ROOM FOR BOY-Lge., quiet, single.
10 min walk from campus. $8.00 wk.
Phone NO 5-6822. Eve. NO 5-3211.
C80
2 ROOM furnished apt. Private bath,
near Freeze Bldg. Couple only. Call
NO 3-2130. C78
ACROSS from Ferry Field, 2 rooms,
Private bath, partially furnished, 1st
floor. Inquire Phil Spear, 1216 S.
University. C99
520 SOUTH DIVISION. 1st floor fur-
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month. Including utilities and park-
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C76
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Hot and cold water. Linen service.
NO 5-5157. C74
COOKING FACILITIES, T.V., Linens,
laundry facilities. $8/wk-single, or $6
wk-double. Phone HA 6-2321. C75

FOR RENT
ONE BLOCK FROM CAMPUS: House-
keeping room. Also efficiency apart-
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2-1443. C52
STUDENT ROOMS for rent, i block
from campus, Several rooms and
suites to select from. Reasonable
rates. Phone NO 8-7942. 1218 Wash-
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2 ROOM furnished apt., all utilities
except gas for cooking. Married couple
-no children. NO 8-8900, C57
SINGLE ROOMS for men, attractive.,
Linens & cleaning. As low as $6 wk.
NO 3-6039, call after 6 P.M. C81
STUDY UNDISTURBED.
Large quiet rooms , for men. Near
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BOYS' ROOMS available next semes-
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FURNISHED APTS. for rent for 3 or 4.
Call NO 3-4402. )C12
CAMPUS AREA -- 3 clean convenient
rooms, private bath, unfurnished ex-
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HELP WANTED
Male and Female DANCING INSTRUC-
TORS 18-35 years of age. Experience
preferred but not necessary. Training
classes beginning Sat., March 7th.
Applications accepted in person at
1311 S. University. H14
INCOME TAX SERVICE-
INCOME TAX SERVICE
Notary Public
M. J. Thurber -- Phone NO 2-3455
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Large orange and white tomcat,
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LOST: One brown wallet, East Engi-
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NO 2-5053. A14
LOST--A gold wedding ring sometime
Monday morning. If found call Mike
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Engineering Building. Reasonable.
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campus rooming house. Gross
monthly income $300 plus four
room owner's apartment. NO 2-6094
afternoons and evenings. R3
A PRIVATE DRIVE lined with graceful
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swimming pond leads you to the front
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accommodate many books and bric-a-
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has an adjoining conservatory stocked
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White paint ........ $1.98 per gal.
Colors............$2.48 per gal.
117 E. Ann NO 8-6966
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1959's loveliest figures will be molded
by the Famous - Fabulous - Figure
Control Girdles, now on sale during
March by Playtex from the DILLON
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Elizabeth Dillon Shop
1111 S. University 530 S.Forest
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correction? NO 8-6276. J30
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11081/2 S. University
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CLOSE TO CAMPUS, newly remodeled
attractively furnished and moderately
priced. Two large rooms and bath
for single person. Three rooms and
bath for married couple. Phone NO
8-6075. C71
NEAR CAMPUS - 5 rooms furnished
suitable for 4 men students or couple.
Automatic gas heat. $130. NO 2-3600
or NO 8-7891 after 6 P.M. C65
APARTMENT for Rent. 3 rooms with
bath. Furnished, clean and quiet.
$80 per month. NO 2-4727 after 4:30
C66
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NEWLY FURNISHED and remodeled
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