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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDtlY,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDiY,

MSU Reshuffles Starters)

ARGAINS GALOR

MILLER OUT:
Michigan Matmen2
BuNckeyes at ColumJ

By JOE APPELT
Michigan State's basketball team
will invade Yost Fieldhouse to-
morrow with a reshuffled starting
lineup which includes four sopho-
mores.
But right now the question is
whether or not the Fieldhouse will
be ready to play in. Closed since
last Monday night because of a
fire, the smoke and filmy soot that
remains is a problem. Workmen
have been washing the entire
structure from rafters to basket-
ball court to uniforms in the
locker rooms every day, but the
soot still falls.
Last Encounter
When the Wolverines play at
4:30 p.m. tomorrow in the region-
ally televised Big Ten "Game of
the Week," it will be their last
encounter before breaking for final
exams. They will resume play on
February 1 against Detroit at
home. Then they will leave town
to play Wisconsin and Northwest-
ern between semesters before re-
turning home to face Ohio State
on February 12.
Michigan State coach Forddy
Anderson installed three new
starters in his lineup Tuesday
after the Spartans lost their fourth
straight conference game. They
won five out of seven of their
non-conference tilts.
The three sophomores are Bill
Schwarz, Bill Berry and Fred
Thomann. Schwarz 6'3" has
been Anderson's top relief man
all year. He replaces Jack Lamar§
at the guard spot. Berry 6'2" will
occupy a 'forward position which
has been a problem since Dick
Hall, who led the team in scoring
last year, quit the team earlier
this month. Thomann is a 6-9
center and will be the tallest man;
on the floor.
45 Per Cent Clip
The other two starters will be
Pete Gent, the leading scorer on1
the team, and guard Art Schwarm.
Gent is a sophomore and has a;
15.1 average. He is shooting at a
45 per cent pace and also leads
the team in rebounding with 129.
Schwarm is a senior and captain
of the team.
In scoring he is second to Gent,
hitting 40 per cent of his shotsa
from the floor for a 14.3 average.

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-Daily-Ed Langs
UP AND AWAY-And Bobby Cantrell shows his touch and he
buckets two of his 14 points against Iowa Monday night. The
basket helped, too, for Michigan squeaked out a 56-55 upset vic-
tory over the Hawkeyes. Waiting for the rebound are Michigan's
Tom Cole (31) and Iowa's high-scoring center, Don Nelson (15).

By ROY FRAZIER
This is the time of the year
when everyone has problems -
pressing problems.
Coach Cliff Keen is not without
his problems during the final
examination weeks of the first se-
mester. His team of undefeated
wrestlers will take on three con-
ference teams in the next three
weeks, Ohio State, Wisconsin, and
Northwestern.
Tomorrow the Michigan grap-
plers will be at Columbus to at-
tempt to gain their third Big Ten
win of the season. Although Mich-
igan beat the Buckeyes 30-5 last
year, they will face a strong jun-
ior team, which will include the
same matmen as last year.
Unpredictable
Ohio State can be unpredictable.
In 1951 the Buckeyes captured
their first Big Ten championship,
while Michigan took second. In
1952 they slid all the way to the
bottom-tenth. Michigan finished
second that year behind Illinois.
Michigan will have basically the
same lineup against the Buckeyes
as it had last week in its 19-11
victory over Purdue: Carl Rhodes
at 123 lbs., Gary Wilcox at 130 lbs.,
Fritz Kellermann at 137 lbs., Jim
Keen at 147 lbs., Doug Kuziak at
157 lbs., Don Corriere at 167 lbs.,
Bill Florence at 177 lbs., and Jack
Barden at heavyweight.
Miller Out
Unable to compete last week
against Purdue because of a shoul-
der separation, 157-lb. matman
Wayne Miller will again miss ac-
tion tomorrow. Keen hopes Miller
will be ready to meet the Wiscon-
sin Badgers on February 1.
The Haas twins, Jay and Ray,
may be tough to beat in the 147-1b.
and 157-1b. classes respectively.
Buckeye Bob Bauman is expected,
to be a powerful contender at 130
lbs.
"Four of our boys will take final
examinations in the afternoon on
February 1, the day of the Wis-
consin meet," Coach Keen ex-
plained. "This will be hard on the
boys because they must wrestle

that night." The meet will
at 7:30 p.m.
The Wisconsin team w
the only problem Keen w
that night. The Wolverir
ft. synthetic rubber mat a
used for home meets was c
ed by fire Monday night.,
tice mat will be used in tl
consin meet.
"We will be lucky if t
mat from the factory arrivi
in a month," Keen said.
Wisconsin may not be
the top prospects in Big Ti
petition this year. The :
edged out the Buckeyes 1
ninth place in the con
championships.
Smashing Win
Last year the Wolverir
over them 32-6 in a smash
of eight out of ten matches
igan posted two pins, two
forfeits, and four matches
cisions.
On February 5, the Wc
will start the first of four :
ing scheduled conference
when they travel to Evar
meet Northwestern. The V
however, will'not have Rot
er, Big Ten heavyweight
pion, who broke his hani
other lettermen return to
powerhouse, however.
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Other players who should see
action are Lonnie Sanders, a 6'2"
forward and center Ted Williams.
Sanders, a junior, is the third
highest scorer on the team .with a
10.8 average. Williams has been
ineffective in the scoring depart-
ment and has managed only 66
rebounds with a 6'7" frame.
May Surprise
"They rely on their fast break
a lot," said Jorgensen, "but also
try to work plays, although not as
much as we do." Defensively, they
stick mainly to a man to man "but
like to surprise you with a zone
press from time to z time," added
Jorgensen.
Although the Spartans are shoot-
ing at only a little better shooting
percentage-38.6 as compared to
Michigan's 36.5-they are averag-

ing 75.5 points a game against
Michigan's 64.4.
When Michigan and Michigan
State tangle no one has to say
what kind of game it will be .This
time, with the Spartans skidding
and the Wolverines improving, it
should be as Jorgensen said, "an
interesting and exciting game."
Statistics
FG FTA FT Pts. Avg.

Sam's

BARGAI

Oosterbaan
Cole
Cantrell
Harris
Hall
Herner
Higgs
Schoenherr
Brown
Eveland
Andrews
Greenwold
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52 55
61 19
48 45
25 47
19 14
8 7
3 0
2 4
1 1
12
0 2
306 247

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36
24
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5
0
1
0
2
2
161

205
143
135
132
74
44
21
6
5
2
4
2
773

17.9
11.9
11.2
13.0
6.1
3.6
2.3
0.7
0.8
0.3
2.0
1.0
64.4

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Zipper... $4.95
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ASS'T COLORS
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