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Strack Cites Hustle

Soph Matmen To Fill Empty Slots'



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One basketball game, no matter
how heartening it might be, does
not make a season,
That was the crux of coach
Dave Strack's remarks the serene
morning after the turbulent night
"We played with a lot of en-
thusiasm. The boys were hustling
all the time," Strack noted.
Strack said that he plans no
changes for the Butler contest
this Friday. "We want to do the
same things but with greater op-
erating efficiency. We'll try not
to give the ball away so much.
"Our problem now will be reach-
Gotham Bowl
Pairs Miami,
Nebraska formally accepted an
invitation last night to play the
Miami, Fla., Hurricanes in the
second Gotham Bowl football
game at Yankee Stadium on Sat-
urday, Dec. 15.
"It's all set," a Bowl spokes-
man said shortly after officials
announced in Lincoln, Neb., that
the Board of Regents and the Big
Eight Conference had approved
Frosh-Report !
All freshman numeral win-
ners are asked to report as soon
as possible to the equipment
room in Yost Field House to be
measured for their sweaters.
acceptance of the invitation ex-
tended by Bob Curran, director of
the Gotham Bowl.
"This is the game we wanted-
and Miami 4 anted-all along,"
the spokesman added.

ing a sustained level of consisten-
cy. That's the mark of a good
When asked about switching the
starting lineup after two sub-par
performances by Capt. Tom Cole,
Strack was emphatic. "Cole has
proven himself to be a competent
Big Ten basketball player. I've
seen him out-rebound Jerry Lucas
and beat Iowa on two last second
free throws. It's hard to get out
of a slump, but I have a great deal
of confidence in him."
Strack went on to discuss the
Creighton game. "They pulled a
zone piess which we hadn't
worked too much against in prac-
tice. We dribbled too much, but
still picked up some easy points
off it."
He added that Creighton might
have been tired after a three-day
road trip. He thought that they
looked mentally beaten after fall-
ing behind 42-32 at halftime.
Strack went on to comment on
the Wolverines' next encounter
with Butler of Indianapolis, where
basketball is a religion.
"They have three excellent bas-
ketball players in Jeff Blue, Tom
Bowman, and Gerry Williams.
Blue is a fine center. He'll be an-
other good test for Buntin.
"Bowman is the one who beat
us last year with his. shooting,
and Williams is a great little
guard. Don't ever sell that Butler
team short."
Butler has lost their first three
starts this season, but Strack is
still very wary of the Bulldogs.
"They've beaten us the last two
years. Butler has one of the most
fluid offenses in the game."
He promises that there will be
no letdown because each player
knows that there is a man ready
to come- in and take his place if
he's having a bad night.
No, one game doesn't make a
season, but it sure can make one
more than a trifle optimistic.

Michigan wrestling Coach Cliff
Keen is a teacher with a knack.
His particular knack is turning
out a top flight wrestling team
year after year after year. Now
in his 37th year at Michigan he
is confronted with an old task-
making a contending team out of
a primarily sophomore squad.
To say the Michigan matmen
have a new look this season might

Returning are heavyweight Jack
Barden who finished second at
177-lbs. last year and 123-pounder
Carl Rhodes, third in the meet last
year. Other returnees are Ralph
Bahna and Buddy Palmisano, at
123-lbs. Jim Keen at 147-lbs.,
Wayne Miller at 157-lbs. and Cap-
tain Nick Armelagos, who was out
last year with an injury, and who
will compete at 130 this season.
Green but Ripening
"We're going to be green at the
beginning," said Keen, "but with
some experience I think we'll be
right up there at the end."
The boys that Keen will need
are the sophomores and he's got
them this year. Dave Dozeman is
a leading contender for 137-lbs.
He will have to compete with let-
terman Doug Kuziak.
Sophomore Lee Detrick is a
strong choice for 147-lbs. but an-
other sophomore Anthony Feiock
has also been listed as a possible
contender there.
Toss Ups
The 167-lb. weight is a sopho-
more toss up between Rick Bay
and Chris Stowell. Likewise the
177-lb. spot has been given to
sophomore Joel Arcure. At heavy-

weight, sophs Bob Spaley and Nick
Frontczak will try to give Barden
Sophomore Bill Jones at 130 will
try to beat out the Wolverine cap-
A bright light in the grappler's
future will be the return of Gary
Wilcox next semester. Wilcox, one
of the Wolverines' outstanding
sophomores last season at 130-lbs.
dropped out for a semester.
Looking at tlle rest of the con-
ference, Keen sees an uphill bat-
tle. Current champion Iowa looms
as the team to beat. "They only
lost a couple of boys from last
year's team and they should be
just as tough this year," said Keen.
Minnesota was also slated by the
Michigan mentor to be a top con-
tender. "They had a bunch of
sophomores that could beat their'
varsity last year and they're all
Michigan State, a perennial Big
Ten wrestling power also gets the
nod from Keen. "With the mater-
ial they have there you can't count
them out."
The Wolverines competed in an
informal quadrangular meet last

weekend in Toledo, but Keen
couldn't tell too much from the
results. "We did pretty good but
by the quality of the competition
is it tough to come to any con-
Michigan opens its regular sea-
son with a dual meet at Penn
State on Dec. 15. During the
Christmas vacation they will com-
pete at the Wilkes Tournament.
The first home meet wil be Jan.
12 against Northwestern.
Cage Results
Oklahoma 96, Southern Methodist 83
Arkansas Tech 72, So. Arkansas St. 57
Columbia 67, CCNY 42
Duke 95, South Carolina 63
West Virginia 100, Virginia Military 74
Notre Dame 92, Michigan State 85
Princeton 68, Villanova 53
Colgate 79, American 69
Bradley 90, North Dakota 57
Vanderbilt 80, Rice 68
Detroit 130, Syracuse 129
Los Angeles 132, New York 112
Long Beach 121, Pittsburgh 100
Philadelphia 113, Chicago 87 (ABL)
St. Louis 104, Chicago 102 (NBA)

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Rose Bowl Tilt To Feature
Nation's Top Two Teams

... mat captain

be the understatement of the year.
Besides an assistant coach, former
Olympic champion Doug Blubaugh,
the Michigan grapplers lost two
Winners Gone
Last year's captain Don Corriere
and Fritz Kellermann won Big
Ten titles last season. For Keller-
mann it was his third straight ti-
tle. Corriere had won two Con-
ference titles in three years.

By The Associated Press
A Rose Bowl meeting between
the nation's top two college foot-
ball teams was assured when
Southern California and Wisconsin
were ranked one-two in the final
Associated Press poll of the sea-
The Trojans, who became only
the second West Coast team to be
named to the national champion-
ship, will meet the number-two-
ranked Badgers at Pasadena on
New Year's Day.

Wager Sparks Swimmers to Five Titles

Among the top ten teams, only
Minnesota is without a bowl as-
Southern Cal, including an un-
defeated season with a 25-0 vic-
tory last Saturday over Notre
Dame, was an overwhelming
It received 42 of 52 first-place
votes from writers in the AP poll
and piled up 509 of a possible 520
points to Wisconsin's 428. (Points
are figured on the basis of 10 for
first, nine for a second, etc.)
Final AP standings:
1. Southern California
2. Wisconsin
3. Mississippi
4. Texas
5. Alabama
6. Arkansas
7. Louisiana State
8. Oklahoma
9. Penn State
10. Minnesota
Others receiving votes in the
final poll were: Dartmouth, Duke,'
Georgia Tech, Missouri, North-
western, Ohio State, Oregon State,
Washington, Arizona State, Illi-
nois, and Miami (Fla.).

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development programs will be filled from this examination.
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Regular salary increases
Transfer and promotional opportunities
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Unemployment compensation
Excellent retirement plan including social security benefits

Five women swimmers won na-
tional championships in leading
Michigan to first place in the first
National Women's Inter-Collegiate
Swimming Meet in East Lansing
last Saturday but the most val-
uable member of the team didn't
win an event.
The "key member of the team"
according to Coach Rose Marie
Dawson is Nancy Wager. Miss
Wager is officially-the manager of
the Speed Swim Club of the Wom-
en's Athletic Association. How-
ever, this title does not reveal
her true value to the team. It was
largely through her efforts that
the team was in a position to win
the national championship last
Review Progress
In order to fully appreciate what
Miss Wager has done for women'Q

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... 'key member'

the fourth dimension: TIME
.. still a mysterious concept to science. Time is only an idea,
an abstraction ... an area of shadow, speculation-and surprise.

swimming at Michigan, it is nec- the team, it is easy to neglect her
essary to review the progress of swimming accomplishments. Miss
inter-collegiate women's swimming Wager has been swimming compe-
in the recent past. Traditionally titively since she was 12 years old
the great American Olympic wom- and her best showing was a third
en swimmers have been developed and fifth place at last Saturday's
through AAU competition. Wom- national meet. She has placed in
en's swimming at the college level the state AAU Meet several times
has been either non-existent or and is a member of a national rec-
very weak. ordholding relay team.
When Miss Wager was a fresh- 20 Hours
man two years ago, she joined the The amount of time that Miss
Speed Swim Club. She soon learn- Wager spends a week on various
ed from the club's "advisor," Mrs. swimming activities is usually a
Dawson, that the club was in a minimum of twenty hours. There
rather inactive state. In fact, not is a problem in going to school and
one meet was scheduled for the putting in so much time in an
upcoming season. outside activity but Miss Wager
Indifference says, "If you want to do some-
This was due to long years of thing bad enough you just find
indifference to competitive wom- time to do it."
en's swimming and the attitude of "Some people think it's funny
the WAA that competition should for a girl to spend so much time
not become the dominant aspect every week on swimming but to me
of the club's activities. The rcrea- it's important," she said. "If you
tional and social activities of the think competition can be of value,
club were looked upon as the most then the time you spend prepar-
imnportant funct,on of the club. ing for it is worthwhile."
Last year as a sophomore, Miss A person can learn important
Wager was elected by her team- things about life through swim-
mates as manager and represen- ming, Miss Wager believes, "When
tative to the Women's Athletic As- you have a stopwatch, you can al-
sociation. Immediately she under- ways tell how good you are," she
took, with the support of Coach commented. "You know the harder
Dawson, the task of initiating a you work the more you improve."
competitive program for the team. Water Activities
The result of their efforts was the Besides competitive swimming,
first dual meet for the team in Miss Wager likes water activities
recent years. like synchronized swimming and
Ambitious Program water polo. She has been a mem-
Miss Wager and Coach Dawson ber of Michifish for three years
launched the most ambitious and is an All-American water polo
swimming program in history this player.
season. The team defeated seven Miss Wager hopes to become a
opponents in dual and triangular coach after graduation. Already
meets before winning the national she assists Coach Dawson in
championship. coaching the college swimmers and
Coach Dawson assessed Miss also younger swimmers. During
Wager's value to the team when the summer, she coaches a team
she said, "Nancy is not most im- in Toleda that won its league title
portant to us necessarily as a last season.
swimmer. She is valuable to us be- Her ambition is to join the
cause she always is around to help Peace Corps and start a swimming
out when we need her." program in a South American
With so much emphasis on how country or become a coach at a
important she is in helping to run YWCA.

Triumph Over Tradition
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SEPT. 5, 1752, NEVER HAPPENED!... Nor did any date from Sept. 3 to 13,
at least in England and the American Colonies. Why? The King decreed
that these days would be skipped to correct a discrepancy between the
Old English calendar and the newly adopted Gregorian calendar. This left
puzzled Englishmen and colonists with one 19-day month and a 355-day year.


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