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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WAYNE MORTBERG

Michigan meets another ob-
stacle on its course toward a pos-
sible Big Ten basketball cham-
pionship when it meets the Ohio
State Buckeyes this afternoon at
4:30 at Yost Field House.
The game, which will be re-
gionally televised by CBS will pro-
vide another stern test for the
title-minded Wolverines. Surpris-
ingly enough, the sparkling
charges of coach Bill Perigo now
warrant consideration for the
championship, although the Wol-
verines were assigned by the ex-
perts in the pre-season polls to
finish in the Big Ten second divi-
sion.
Boasting a victory over Purdue
and a close 83-78 loss to North-
western, the co-leader along with
Illinois in the Big Ten race. Mich-
igan will be out to improve tneir
position in the league with a vic-
tory at the expense of the under-
dog Buckeyes.
OSU Tough
However, the Ohio State team
cannot be taken lightly, as they
lost to Illinois by only one point
when the Illini scored a field goal
in the dyingumoments of the con-
test. The Buckeyes depend upon
high scoring Larry Huston and
veteran Joe Carlson to bear the
brunt of their attack.
The Michigan team will be pre-
pared to give the Buckeyes a
rugged struggle as they are led
by the high scoring trio of M. C.
Burton, George Lee and John Tid-
well combined with the play-
making skill of Terry Miller.
Add to this foursome Lovell
Farris, who worked his way up
from the reserves to the starting
five and then proceeded to become
the' all-star center at the Motor
City Tournament, and you have
an outstanding team.
Outstanding Rebounding
One of the main factors in the
fine showing of the Wolverines
has been their outstanding re-
bounding. When the season start-
ed, it was felt that the Wolverines
were lacking in rebounding
strength, so essential to a good
team, because there was little
height on the squad.
But determination and hustling
under the backboards by Lee and
Burton have accounted for the
surprising showing of the Wolver-
ines in the rebounding depart-

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DEEP IN THOUGHT-Michigan basketball mentor Bill Perigo
studies the action carefully in the recent Motor City Tournament.
His squad's impressive victories in Detroit and their upset win
over Purdue has earned them the label of "darkhorse" in the Big
Ten race.
Ca0gers Agree To Play
In West Coast Tourne

By MIKE GILLMAN
Michigan's basketball team, well
satisfied with this year's ventures
into tournament play, has accept-
an invitation to play in a major
tourney again next winter.
Michigan, along with two other
Big Ten teams, will participate in
the first annual Christmas Invita-
tional Basketball Tournament to
be held in Los Angeles on Dec.
28-30. In addition to the Wolver-
ines, the other Western Confer-
ence teams that have been invited
are the two that are currently tied
for first place in ,the league, Il-
linois and Northwestern.
Plans have been drawn up for
an eight team tournament - the
first major college cage meet ever
held in Los Angeles. The teams
will be competing in the new
Sports Arena now under construc-

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rymnalsies Team To Face
)wa Minnesota in Opener
By IRWIN BOROF ..
to do much of Michigan's scoring
he real potentiality of Michi- on the trampoline. Jim Hayslett,
's gymnastics team will be the other co-captain, didn't make
wn today when they invade the trip due to a chest injury in-
a City for a double dual meet curred Thursday.
1 Iowa and Minnesota. The Wolverine entrants in the

tion which will seat 18,000. Four
of the entrants will come from the
West, including co-hosts UCLA
and Southern California.
West Virginia Enters
The other two Coast represen-
tatives will be California and
Stanford. As its fourth entry, the
contingent from east of the
Rockies will have the perennial
southern power, West Virginia.
Michigan, until this year, had
not participated in any of the
winter tourneys. Coach Bill Peri-
go indicated that this had not
been intentional, but that the
Wolverine schedule has always
been filled.
This year however, Perigo's cag-
ers saw action in two tournaments
and found them to their liking.
Although they dropped the open-
er in the Kent State Tournament
to a strong Tennessee quintet,
they easily took the consolation
round from the host team, Kent.
Motor City Romp
The Wolverines went on to
prove their mettle in the Motor
City Tournament. They walked
away with all the honors at De-
troit by topping a strong field of
Princeton, Army and Detroit, and
placing three men on the all-
tourney five.
Perigo, justifiably happy with
his team's performance in these
two outings, commented that,
"These tournaments are a lot of
help before league play - playing
on two consecutive nights is good
for our conditioning."
The meet in Los Angeles will'
provide plenty of this condition-
ing as each team is guaranteed
three games in a double elimina-
tion schedule.
Entertaining as it does the top
Pacific Coast teams, this will be
one of the major invitationals in
the nation next year. The tourna-
ment will be a part of a week of
sports in Los Angeles that will
precede the Rose Bowl football
game.

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The meet is actually three dual
ontests with each team compet-
g separately against each other.
here will be three first places
warded in each division to de-
de the winner of the Michigan-
twa, Michigan-Minnesota, and
he Iowa-Minnesota meets. The
ver-all winner will be decided by
ne team being victorious over the
,her two.
For the Wolverines, this will be
aeir first appearance in dual
ompetition this season. Previous-
', they entered the Midwest AAU
ad the Sarasota, Fla. meets, but
his is their first start as a team.
Co-captain Ed Cole is expected

Classified

All-Around are juniors Nino
Marion and Wolf Dozauer and
sophomore Richard Monpetit. For
Monpetit, it will be his first en-
trance in dual competition.
Highly Touted
The Canadian is very highly
touted and his performance to-
day will possibly be a preview of
things to come. Another sopho-
more, Jim Brown will also make
his varsity debut in tumbling to-
day.
The Wolverines will face their
biggest test against Iowa. The
Hawkeyes are continually a gym
power and were third in the Big
Ten last year.

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fflcial publication of The Univer-
ty of Michigan for which Tne
[ichigan Daily assumes no edi-
0rial responsibility. Notices should
e sent In TYPEWRITTEN form to
on 3519 Administration Build-
g, before 2 p.m. the day preceding
ublication. Notices for Sunday
ally due at 2:00 p.m. Friday.
SATURDAY JANUARY 10, 1959
VOL. LXIX, NO. 82
Lectures
icture, auspices of the School of
lic Health. "Mental Health for the
001 Aged Child." Dr. Marvin E.
dins, Chief, Div. of Psych. Services,
t. of Public Health. Washington,
4:00 p.m., Mon., Jan. 12, Sch. of
lic Health Aud.
rcademic Notices
appa Delta Alumnae Associataion
olarship for the spring semester
. Eligibility: Any sophomore ori
for girl regardless of race, religtzm
orority affiliation. Selection Is based
need, scholarship, and activities.
ly to the Office of the Dean of Wo-
Jan. 12 through Jan. 16.
ngineering Mechanics Seminar,
t., Jan. 12, 4:00 p.m., Rm. 218, W.-

Council Rm., Rackham Bldg., 9:00 a.m.
Chairman, A. L. Bader.
Doctoral Examination for Kenneth A.
Stone, Elec. Engine.; thesis: "An Ana-
lysis of Fluid-Powered Control Systems
and a Study of the Effects of Fluid
Transmission Lines," Sat., Jan. 10, 4505
E. Eng. Bldg., 9:00 a.m. Chairman, A. B.
Macnee.
Placement Notices
Summer Placement:
A group of camps located 85 miles
from Toronto. Canada, are offering ex-
cellent salaries for students to fill
camp positions such as specialists in
canoeing, tripping, riding and swim-
ming. Camp Wananowin is for children
ages 4-12: Manitouwabing is a Fine
Arts Camp for older children and hiis
openings for Instructors in Aft, Musi:
Drama, and Dance.
Summer Placement Interview:
Tues., Jan. 13 - Mr. Aaron Gorbein
will be interviewing students for cabin
counselors and one Arts and Crafts 1i-'
rector at Camp Tunuga located in Kal-
kaska, Mich.
For further information concerning
Organization
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summer placement and interviews, con-
tact ward D. Peterson, D-528 SA.B. on
Tues. and Thurs. from 1 to 5 p.m. and
Fri. from 8:30 to 12:00,
Personnel Requests:
I.B.M. Corp., Yorktown Heights, N.Y.,
announces the following list of vaca'n-
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Mathematicians, Physicists, Techni-
cians. Engineers.
Meier Brass & Aluminum Co., Hazel
Park, Mich., is interested in prospec-
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Careers in the Metal Business. Upper
1 3 of class only. Preference given to
grads who were active in sports and
other school activities.
Whirlpool Corporation, St. Joseph,
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Public Relations for their Clyde, Ohio
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