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THE MICHIGAN DAILY4

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PRESS
PASSES

Hockey

Team To Meet Point Edward Here Tonigh

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By BUD BENJAMIN-
Jumping The Gun . . .
THE TRACK: "A walkaway! Huh,
not in my book. It willabe a
tough, closely contested meet all the
way. In my book, Michigan and Wis-
consin will tie at 33 points." The
speaker-Coach Charles B. Hoyt.
The mat: "We have a chance. It
will be between Michigan and In-
diana all the way. We are at full
strength except for Butch Jordqn
who is far out of conditions. If we
pick up enough falls, we will win."
As spoken by Coach Cliff Keen.
The pool: "We'll take it. Sure, it's
not easy to come right out and say it,
but I think we will. We have a great
bunch of kids, ind they're out to win."
Ennunciated by Coach Matt Mann.
And there you have what might
be called a progression in opti-
mism. Charlie Hoyt-conserva-
tive, careful, rarely encouraging,
but not a chronic worrier. Cliff
Keen-usually pessimistic, never
certain, always worrying. Matt
M a n n - effervescent, genial,
bursting with confidence. The
three by their very nature punc-
tuate the opinions.
Yet in all three cases there is a fac-
tual background which transcends the
persofnalities that have undoubtedly
shaped these views. To a cursory
appraisal of the problems whih the
three men face.
HOYT who refuses to predict no
matter how long the odds may be,
faces a new challenge in the entry
of Wisconsin, a rapidly rising Con-
ference track power. The Badgers
boast of some of the top talent in the
Conference and in several events are
actually beyond reach.
Take Walter Mehl, the Badgers'
brilliant distance man, for example,.
Defending two mile champion both
indoors and outdoors, Mehl cracked
the Conference and collegiate record
at Columbus last spring with a 9:10.4
performance. Unless Ralph Schwartz-
kopf of Michigan outdoes himself,
this is a cinch Badger first. Mehl
will also compete in the mile, and
Hoyt is weighing the advisability of
countering by putting Schwartzkopf
in the same event. Still Mehl must
be rated as a first place winner.
Taking those 10 points, you
can safely add nine more. Milt
Padway and Bob Gardner of the
Badgers are 13 foot plus pole
vaulters and should finish one-
two. Padway soared 14 feet 1
inches in the Minnesota dual
meet this year.
The high jump is a question mark.
Wes Allen of Michigan the favorite
is still limping with a knee injury, and
Capt. Bill Watson hasn't done much
jumping since he went 6 feet 5 inches
outdoors last May. Riley Best and
Gardner of Wisconsin have gone 6
feet>2%/ inches and that means more
points, especially if Wes is out.
In the hurdles, Ed Smith of
Wisconsin has gone 60 yards in
:07.5 and while talk of his beat-
ing Elmer Gedeon seems a little
out of order, he must be counted
among the point winners. He
finished second to Gedeon in the
120 highs at Columbus. Another
Badger hurdler Bob Brandt may
be a factor, and thus Stan Kel-
ley's work in this event takes on
a new importance.'
Add Frank Kauffman, second in-
doors and third outdoors, in the
sprints, and Bill Malisch, third out-
doors, in the shot, and your Badger
total increases.
Charley adds them up to 33. His
addition also gives Michigan 33. Phil
Diamond will be in later this week
with his calculations. And Sunday
you'll have the answer. That's Daily

service, _my friends.
NOW to Mr. Keen's squad and their
outlook. Assuming an average
amount of falls, Michigan should win
if ..
Capt. Harold Nichols, brother Don
Nichols, and Butch Jordan take
firsts; Jim Mericka and Frank Mor-
gan, seconds; and Bill Combs, third.
That gives Michigan 22 points, one
more than Indiana is booked to
amass.
Mericka at 136 pounds will
up with Archie Deutschman of
Illinois, favored to win the na-
tional title. Morgan, a good shot
for first place, dust first dispoe
of his old rival Chauncey Mc-
Daniel of Indiana. Combs is con-
servatively listed behind Lazzeri
of Indiana and Bond of Illinois.
Harold Nichols should win at 145
pounds without too much trouble,
and brother Don's only obstacle will
be that tough Chris Traicoff of In-
diana. Getting down to Jordan,
Butch would take it without too much
exertion given normal physical con-
dition. In his present shape, even

Varsity Eleets
Rae As Captain
Of CageSuad
Toledo Center, Harassed
By Injuries All Season,
Succeeds Leo Beebe
(Continued from Page 1)

Crowd Ch

:Townsend, who, as assistant coach,
was now working with Rae.
But then it happened. Playing in
his home town against Toledo Univer-
sity, Rae suffered a recurrence of an N 's >
old back injury acquired in his high 5
school football days. During the
whole Big Ten season that injury The 3,500 spectato
stayed with him, but despite the exhibition Monday nig
handicap, Jim played in the majority got a real kick as Cap
of his team's games, demonstrated some sa
Only at times, however, was he itiaiso h a
able to really cut 1oose. Last Sat- intricacies of the ma
urday's performance against the team exhibited their
highly-touted Indiana five was his singing program last"
best in collegiate competition, stiff Club, which arranged
back and all. His shooting and pass- installed to facilitate p
ing were remarkable and he con-
trolled the backboard practically
single-handed. Annual Int
His 19 points shattered the Hoo-
si rs' title chances and Indiana's
sophomore center, Bill Menke, found W ill Pre
that Michigan's ace was more than
he could handle. , On Wednesday, Marc
Rae not only followed in Town-
send's footsteps on the hardwood but approximately 5,000 spe
succeeded him as a member of the over 500 participants, a
Michigan Board in Control of Physi- officials, the eleventh a
cal Education. Open House of the Int
Strickland Loses partment, will take place
d originally a minor affair
In Squash Finals a prominent and annua
stitution in Michiga
scheme.
Russ Strickland, Michigan squash Not only will students
champion, fought his way into the the events, but a great
final round of the Western Collegiate
tourney held at Purdue last week only ,
to lose to Tony Sokowlowski, captain Spr nt Sur
of the Purdue squad by a 3-1 score. St
Other Michigan men to enter this " .
annual squash tournament were Don Gives l at
Barnes and Sam Perry. Barnes was
defeated in the second round while fag Ten J
Perry lost his first match.
This weekend, five Purdue men
will journey to Ann Arbor to meet a If Michigan is to reas
Michigan team that will include these swimming heights this
three players plus two more will be its top heavy str
free style sprints that
with Michigan, unlike Indiana, an ag- the springboard.
gressive, pinning team, the Wolverines According to Matt Ma
must be favored to retain their title. verines "are slight favo
---- --pf strength in the 50-a
MATT MANN's optimism must not events. In the hundre
be considered an obsession. The ceeding Ohio's Billy Qua:
astute Mr. Mann has plenty of back- (Matt does this for con
ing to his confident assertion, despite still thinks Walt Tomsk
Mr. Michael Peppe and those lads the Buckeye star) we ha
from that certain school. who have shown they c
Running through the events, it Johnson, Ohio State's
seems logical to figure as follows: when the pressure is on
Medley relay-second behind Ohio. Tomski, Haynie Fa
100-yard dash-A close second "The three men are
(Walt Tomski), and a fourth and fifth Tomski, Tom Haynie, wi
(Ed Hutchens and Bill Holmes). out for second place in
220-yard dash-First, third, and in the first dual meet h
fifth (Capt. Tom Haynie, Jim 'Welsh, Holmes who finished a f
and Hutchens). him in the first lap of t
Diving-Fourth (Benham) behind relay at Columbus. Th
Patnik, Clarke, and Tommy Powell ofHuceswotad
Northwestern. Hutchens who staved o
50-yard dash-First, second, and anchor the winning rel
third (Tomski, Charley Barker, and Why that shoves Johns
Holmes). list."
150-yard backstroke-Second (Bill In spite of Matt's at
Beebe) behind Stanhope of Ohio and jectivity, it must be c
fourth (Barker). Johnson is a great mon
200-yard breast stroke - Third that Johnson in turn v
(John Haigh) behind Higgins and Hutchens and Holmes
*McKee of Ohio. dred and that Matt mi
440-yard free style-First (Haynie) enter all four men in thi
and third rel sy st y ing to save any of th
Free-style relay-Michigan first, events. With both Ray
Ohio second. Herb Wolfson, captains
Which should add up to Michigan Northwestern respective
68 and Ohio State 63. illness, the only outside
And which should give this column should come from Jack
a box seat on that treacherous limb, Iowa and Lynn Surles
for either by inference or actual tern.
statement, I've anticipated three Con- In the 50, Ohio is in
ference titles by Sunday. ing shut out complete
Well, why not? Mann throws Tomski, C
-"----_ _ _ er, Bill Holmes and Bi
this event, the Wolverin
SEE THEM .. . at
BLUE FRONT
CIGAR STORE
State and Packard

eers Wrestling Exhibition Goal Tenders Wolverines Assured Six Teams
To Be Feature Will Not Threaten Track Title
Of Ice Battle (Editor's Note: This is the first of tive Wildcat sprinter. Two more
_______ two articles surveying the chief threat
for eaceam survin th Ten Inroo sophomores, Ed Thistlewaite In the
Canadians Seek Revenge Track Meet this weekend at Chicago. pole vault, and Jim Smith in the high
Today-the lower bracket.)ump, may combine with Piker to
For 6-1 Loss At HandsByDC SEKwihPkrt
r,-S By DICK SIERK boost last year's Northwestern total
Of Last Year's Squad In last year's meet at Chicago the of 3./2
combined points of Purdue, Illinois, PURDUE-Capt. Art Bodeau, 'a
(Continued from Page 1) Chicago, Minnesota, and Northwes- fine half-miler who finished second
tern totaled just one-half point more indoors and outdoors last year, and
keeping all opposing teams scoring than the Wolverines compiled in win- Steve Gutting, rated as an excellent
at a minimum. Goalie Claude Harris ning. Iowa provided a surprise by hurdler, are the Boilermaker hopes
has the same reputation among Cana- landing in third place ahead of both in a bitter battle for points to keep
tdian fans that James has with the Indiana and Ohio State. The poten- them out of the cellar.
.local followers. tialities of these schools as teams
With the exception of Prudence at are not great but here is what they look is again extremely bleak. Coach
center the visiting team will start the present individuallyk Jim aKellyehas'abouy a much
rs who watched the between-halves wrestling same men who operted against the Jim Kelly has about as much a
ht at the Michigan-Northwestern basketball game Wolverines in last year's contest. IOWA-The H s' an i usual Co-Capt. Bob Hanson too
t. Harold Nichols (underneath) and Bill Combs Filling in the forward line with Pru- cncentrat inevent arl Teddl- may do the sihurd lastyea Sop
mple mat tricks. Coach Cliff Keen explained the dence, Manning and Kirkland will defending champion in the 440-, will more Jack Butler, a 6 ft. 3 in. high-
neuvers as the two undefeated members of his take over the wing positions. also combine with twin brother Fred, jumper as a freshman, and another
wares. This exhibition and the between-halves On defense will be Janes and Gut- co-captain John Graves, and Milt soph, Don Evans, who is reported as
Saturday night was sponsored by the Varsity M teridge both of whom will be doing Billig in the one-mile relay. Fred having done :06.3 in the 60-, are other
both features and had a public address system all they can to destroy potential Teufel is a better-than-average quar- Minnesota hopes.
resentation. Wolverine power plays before they ter-miler and also one of the better
have an opportunity to take a shot sprinters in the loop.
at goalie Harris. Other Iowa threats are John Col-
ram ural Open H ouse To support their starting lineup tinge, who followed Gedeon home in about
Point Edward will have two more last year's Conference gathering, 28-
forward lines, one composed of Ston- year-old Dale Roberts, -who has doney
sent V ariety Of Sports ham, Ironsides, and Mara; with . 13 ft. in the pole vault, Milton Bill-homreur tAtIO
Gutteridge, Corbett, and Burley form- ig in the quarter, and a sophomore, Is that out of
ing the final forward wall. Rutter, Merlin Erickson, who may be good date ?
h 15, before side talent has been invited to par- Gordon, and Butler will add reserve
ctators, with ticipate. The entire complex of the strength to the two defense positions. for some mie points.
affair has changed in the last few A sa ihgnwl tr h CHICAG0-John Davenport, de-
rnd with 100 As usual Michigan will start the fending 60-yard dash champ, can be
nnual Spring years. When the Spring Open House game with Cooke, Hillberg, and Chad- looked for to win some points for
was first started, the main purpose wick in the forward line, while Ross th'
ramural De- was to acquaint the students with the and Calvert take care of the two mornEdD aBidson have gandsoph
This event, opportunities offered by the Intra- back posts and "Spike" James in the moe vido ave gone 13 ftin i If you can't enjoy your favor-
mural department. Now, however, it the pole vault and Bob Wasem, like1Ifyucntejyorfar-
,has become mural department. Now, however, it goal. Tobin, Lovett, Samuelson and Davenport a football star, might sal- ite programs because of hum-
l athletic in- is mainly to provide an evening's en- Heddle form the reserve power of the ming, cracking or fading, tell
1 tltci-vage a hurdles point if he is hot, us about it. Our charge to
n's athletic tertainment as well as instruction in Wolverine squad. Sophomore Hugh Rendleman will be locate and remove the trouble
many sports. Iamotaz sonaher Yourll et'
p n s1 D.pANOTHER VICTORY??? in the fight for second in the shot- amazed to hear your oet
take part in 1 Different Sports put as he has shoved the iron ball swithpobabuyaonl a fewonew
deal of out- To prevent. overcrowding at the aint Edward Pos. Michigan 46%aft.' radio tubes.
events, the 21 various sports will be Harris G James 46IY.bft.
run off almost simultaneously, with Janes D lvert ILLINOIS-Capt. Bob Diefenthal- t
ngth the spectators being :able to circulate T. Gutteridge D Ross er rules 'as the favorite in the high-et
through the building and take in Prudence C Hillberg mk of 6 ft. 6% in. made a week
everything. The program of activities Manning W Chadwick ago Bob Ashley has as good a chance RADIO SE RVICE
a tors will cover approximately three hours. Kirkland W Cooke as anyone else in a jumbled sprint ANY MAKE
With so many events offered, it is Point Edward spares: Stonham, set-up. Outside of these two and
Edge extremely difficult to select the out- Ironsides, Mara, W. Gutteridge, Cor- quarter-miler Downs the Illini haven't Service Calls . $1.00
standing event of the evening. Of bett, Burley, Rutter, Gordon, Butler much to offer. Phone 3694 221 East Liberty
great interest however, will be the Michigan spares: Tobin, Lovett, NORTHWESTERN-Charlie Hoyt Use VibraionTested
cend Big Ten finals of the fraternity "A" and "B" Samuelson, Heddle. got a look at sophomore Myron Pik- TUN-SOL RA fO TUBES
weekend, it basketball game. Game time: 8:00 p.m. er at the Illinois Relays and brought for Your Auto and ome Radio
ength in the Weir To Play Squash back glowing f-eports of the diminu-
will provide Also of great interest will be the horseshoe pitching champion. Last
squash matches between Coach Le- year, Bob proved to be one of the most
nn, the Wol- roy Weir, Sumner Myers, of the Ma- popular participants, when he thrilled
rites because thematics department and formerly the crowd with his trick and fancy M ILLER D RU G STO RE
and 100-yard of the Harvard squash team, Earl shots.
d, even con- Riski, director of I-M sports, and The National YMCA handball Phone 9797 727 North University
yle first place John Reindell of Detroit, state chain- doubles champions, Milton Lappin
venience; he pion. and Al Zerbo will be present to play
i should beat Returning once more will be Bob exhibition matches. Lappin is a for-
ve three men Hitt, of Plymouth, who is the state mer Michigan student, and while here
an beat Bob was the all-campus handball titlist.
second best, ture four of the five places. Here Louis Zerbo, brother of Al, and state
Ohio's Johnny Hartline and O'Ma- sigles champ will also be on hand.
vorites honey may upset Michigan plans. Varsity and freshman athletes will
Mof course, l be present to give exhibitions in div- TODAY through SUNDAY
ho nosed him Ohio Has Breast Stroke ing and golf. In golf, they will use/March 8-12
the century Wolverine srength in these events the driving nets to show the correct
ere, and Bill will be balanced by Ohio dominance form. SIS SIS
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