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with North Dakota. They split a of the 1957-58 season at Hough-
Michigan's hockey squad opens pair of games with Dakota at ton, Coppo deprived the Wolver-
e major portion of its schedule Grand Forks, (N.D.) and that's Ines of a victory as he scored the
re tonight in the first of a an accomplishment in itself," winning goal for Tech's 4-3 win.
ekend twin bill against Michi- Former WIHL Members 'M' Seeks Revenge
n Tech. Michigan and Michigan Tech Michigan will be out for re-
On the basis of its record so far, were members of the Western In- venge in tonight's encounter al-
ch is considered to be one of tercollegiate Hockey League which though they may be in for a rough
e powers in western collegiate disbanded last year. The rest of time. Renfrew declares that,
ckey. Wolverine Coach Al Ren- Michigan's competition this year "They have a lot of depth and
ew declares that the Huskies, will be among these teams and they will be real tough, but we'll
hom he once coached, "are one two of them will be selected to give them a battle. The boys are in
the best teams in the area along participate in the NCAA Cham- good condition and have had aI
pionships. great spirit all week."
Renfrew will be facing an old It is obvious that the Wolver-
friend and teammate at 8 p.m. ines, off the exhibition trail and
tonight in the person of Tech back into college competition, will
coach, John Maclnnes. Renfrew still be facing top flight competi-
and MacInnes played hockey to- tion tonight as they take on the
eether herA at Michigan in their visitors from the north.
By BUZ STEINBERG
Michigan will face youthful Iowa
State in its first dual swim meet
here tonight at the Varsity Swim-
ming Pool at 8 o'clock.
Public admission is $1.00 while
the student price is 60 cents.
In the past Iowa State has had
very strong swimming teams, but
. .EAST LANSING (P)--Michi-
gan State's Frank Modine
streaked to a new NCAA rec-
ord in the 200 yard breaststroke
event tonight as the Spartans
whipped Iowa State 73-23 in a
dual swimming meet.
Modine's time, 2:23.5, broke
the old NCAA record of 2:24.3
set by Joe Koletsky of Yale in
1958. Modine's time also broke
the old Big Ten mark of 2:26
set by Cy Hopkins of Michigan
"First of all, we're going to try
to introduce some of our sopho-
mores. It is likely that someday
they will be our top men, so it is
fitting that they be given a suffici-
ent opportunity to show their cap-
"Second, since Michigan has
much more experience and thereby
is heavily favored, it should make
a more interesting contest for the
spectators," he continued.
"I am trying to make the events
as close as possible. There is noth-
ing I enjoy seeing better than good
close races," commented Stager.
Only two varsity swimmers, Dick
Shortstop Ernie Myers, Captain
of last year's Michigan baseball
team has signed a contract with
the Toronto Maple Leafs of the
Myers, currently teaching school
will report to the Leaf's training
camp in March.
Hanley and Ed Pongraiz, shoul
see any action at all. It is probabl
that each will only swim in on
or two events as compared wit
the usual four or five.
Today's meet will precede the
Big Ten Relays which will be hel
tomrarrow afternoon at the Varsit
Pool. A time change has been an
nounced; the events will begin a
Michigan State, Indiana, Ohi
State, Western Ontario, Iow
State, Kenyon, and Michigan ar
the competing teams.
U of M Business
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AT FIELDHOUSE TODAY:
Michigan Wrestlers Face Indiana
Best looking ha~rcuts
By DAVE POHLOD
As he watched his sweat-suited
charges going through their paces
in the I-M Building's wrestling
workout room yesterday, Indiana
mat coach Chuch McDaniel's face
wore a preoccupied look, as well it
The personable Indiana mentor
was a man with problems, three
to be exact, all of which have to
be overcome if Indiana is to whip
Michigan's grapplers in their 3
p.m. encounter today in Yest Field
Jinx To Overcome
McDaniel must first overcome a
jinx, which he glumly admits has
seen only one of his teams win at
Michigan in his 13-year tenure as
head coach at Indiana.
The' energetic Hoosier coach is
also worried about the staleness of
his squad. Indiana has taken part
in only one dual meet this year
compared to Michigan's three.
Finally, McDaniel has been
forced to replace injured 130-lb.
veteran Joe Shook with Billy Bane,
who has moved up from his 123
slot. Michigan fans will remember
Shook as the man whom Wolver-
ine Max Pearson defeated for the
1957 Big Ten 130-lb. champion-
Some Bright Spots
Indiana does hold a few high
cards in its hand, however, as
it brings five veterans to Michi-
gan, two of which-177 pounder
George Ihnat and 147 pounder
Nick Petaronka-took fourth place
and runnerup in their respective
divisions in the Big Ten last year.
The Indiana meet will be the
first Big Ten encounter for Wol-
verine Coach Cliff Keen's green
but spirited grapplers.
Keen jokingly referred to today's
meet as a playoff of Michigan's
fifth-place tie with Indiana in last
year's Big Ten meet.
Keen's sophomore-packed lineup
will see Mike Hoyles take on Hoos-
ier Freddy Lamb in the 123-lb.
bracket, 130-lb. Captain Larry
Murray encounters Bane, 137-lb.
Wilf Hildebrandt meets Richard
Zboray, and 147-pounders Jim
Blaker and Petronka clash.
In the afternoon's other matches,
Don Corriere meets Bill Gallo in
the 157-lb. class, Dennis Fitzgerald
takes on Fred Redeker at 167,
177-lb. Karl Fink meets Ihnat, and
heavyweight Fred Olm takes on
this year its squad consists mostly
of young and less-experienced
Since Michigan is acknowledged
to be one of the top powers in the
country, Coach Gus Stager has
decided to rest his top men and
feature his sophomores instead.
"My intention of putting the
sophomores against Iowa State
tonight will serve a dual purpose,"
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