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E'!TtD Y, tTP. 24, 1I4O

THEi MICHIGAN DAILY.

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SextetacesGophers,

Tracknien Meet OSU Here onight

Week Of Wins
Just A Tuneup
For Natators
Michigan's crack swimmers aren't
supposed to be in condition these
days, but you'd never be able to tell
that fact after looking over the Wol-
verine record for last week.
Matt Mann's crew won three meets
with power to burn. Iowa went down
first 63-21, and Michigan State and
Minnesota followed with 70-14 and
61-23 scored respectively.
"My boys haven't started to show
their real stuff yet," the Michigan
coach said, "I had them in shape for
their two big opening meets with
Ohio and Yale, and after that we
eased up. Now we're going to begin
getting ready for the Big Ten and
National Collegiate meets, and then
the boys will really get down where
they belong."
The Wolverines found little to
write home about in the land of the
Gophers. As in their two previous
meets last week, they won every event
on the program and could have taken
as many seconds as they desired.
There was only one real race in the
whole meet, the 200-yard breastroke
which Johnny Sharemet won, but
not without trouble. The big sopho-
more went out in 1:08 and found him-
self trailing Judd Ringer, the Gopher
entry. It wasn't until the seventh
lap that Sharemet succeeded in pass-
ing his rival, and he went on to win
in 2:29.3.
Charley Barker turned in the best
time of the evening as he churned
the 50 in 23.2, only three-tenths of a
second off the national intercollegiate
mark.
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Invading Team
Boasts String
Of 14 Victories
Minnesota Squad Ranked
As Strongest Collegiate
Aggregation In Country
(Continued from Page 1)
Paul Goldsmith and wings Jim Lov-
ett and Gil Samuelson on his first
line. The relief duties will be left
to Fred Heddle, Bob Collins, Bill
Canfield, and John Corson.
Coach Larry Armstrong will start
Co-captain Frank St. Vincent at
center, and Harold Paulsen and Hay-
don Pickering at the wings on the
first Minnesota line. This trio has
scored a total of 55 goals this sea-
son, and is credited with 37 assists.
Mariucci, Cramp On Defense
At the back line, Co-captain John-
ny Mariucci and Ken Cramp will
share the defensive duties. Mariucci
is by no means a stranger to Mich-
igan fans, and during the past two
years he has become their favorite
badman. Considered one of the most
colorful players in collegiate hockey
today, big John combines his hard
checking with a flare for goal-get-
ting that has netted him 20 goals
and seven assists this season.
Marty Falk will be in the nets for
Minnesota. Falk has never had more
than two goals scored against him
in any game, but the strong team
in front of him has limited his saves
to 4.6 a period.
Gophers Have Plenty Of Subs
Minnesota has plenty of reserve
strength with another complete
team, including a goalie and three
alternates for this combination. Sec-
ond line duties will fall to Dave
Lampton, Fred Junger, and Al Eg-
gleton. Bob Rhineberger will alter-
nate on this line.
Bert McKenzie and Ian Anderson
are the second-string defensemen.
Smokey Keranen, and 235-pound
Tiny Magnussen form the third Min-
nesota defense line.
The lineup follows:

Matnen, Navy Clash In Field House;
Quintet Plays Illini At Champaign

(Continued from Page 1)
finale of one of the most successful
brother acts in Wolverine annals.
With brother Harold, last year's cap-
tain, still a vivid memory in the
minds of Michigan wrestling follow-
ers, Don will be staging a comeback
from the first dual meet defeat in
his career last week at Penn State.
The 175-pounder has recovered from
a back injiury suffered early in the
semester, and is back in condition
for his match with Navy's George
Weems.
A change in the lineup that licked
Penn State last week was announced
by Coach Keen yesterday when he
placed Carl Mosser in Jack Ser-
geant's spot at 136 pounds. Mosser,
a reserve last year, was ineligible
during the first semester. The new-
comer will face the Middies' Clay
Mitchell.
Bill Combs, minus enough pound-
age to make the 145- pound limit,
will be after his third win since re-
joining the squad over Navy's Don
Blue. Jim Galles, chalking up a
sensational first-year record as var-
sity 165-pounder, will seek his sixth
straight win over Midshipman Dick
King.
Tom Weidig and Dick French
will again handle the lower weight
assignments for the Wolverines,
with Weidig meeting John Landreth
and French, still after his first vic-
tory, facing Roger Smith.
Students will be admitted upon
presentation of identification cards.
Admission to the general public will
be 40 cents.

(Continued from Page 1)
on each team the starting line-ups
will be the same as when the two
squads met the first time. In the
Michigan line-up George Ruehle, the
hard working junior who won a start-
ing berth last Monday in the Purdue
tilt, will again be a forward post in
place of Bob Fitzgerald, the sopho-
more giant who has been in a slump
lately.
Hank Sachs, a junior guard, will
be on the back line in place of Bob
Richmond, who became ineligible at
the close of the last semester. Sachs
is a peppery six footer who has aver-
aged five points per game in the four
contests he has started. With Sachs
at a defense post, the only man not
towering over six feet in the starting
five will be guard Coling Handlon,
who at 5 ft. 8 in. is the smallest man
on the squad.
Not only will Illinois hold a decided
height advantage, but it wall have the
edge in condition as well. Scrappy
Mike Sofiak will go on the floor sport-
ing an ultra-modern colored black-
eye decorated with four stitches as
the result of the injury he received
in the Purdue battle, and Charlie Pink
is still favoring an injured ankle.
The starting lineup is as follows:

Vaisity Rates
Wide Margin
In Buck Clash
Feature Event Threatens
Meet And Field House
440-Yard Dash Marks
(Continued from Page 1)
want even if he is fresh for the half-
mile.
Don Canarm may provide the top'
spot of the e ivnin;, again, as he has
for the past two meets in each of
which he has established a new high
jump record. The meet mark was
also the Field House record set by
Dave Albritton in 1937, and since
Don has bettered that height twice
in the past two weeks, the possibil-
ities for even better leaps are highly
favorable.
The pole vault, before last week,
promised to provide the best com-
petition in that event that the Field
House has ever seen, presenting two
sophomore stars, Mike Linta of Ohio
and Charles Decker of Michigan.
With Decker's unfortunate ankle in-
jury after clearing 13 feet six inches
at Illinois preventing his competing
for at least another week, Linta
should have things his own way,
for he too has reached that height
this season, though finishing at 13

leer(ti(a Ill11ini-,.Tht',e meet mark Is
ranly= :inc hijil g [Iei'tanithat, so
Linta has a good chance to set his
name down in the books tonight.
HOCKEY
Ferary 24 and 26
MINNESOTA

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BILL HAPAC
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At ounee Change
In Coaching Staff
The formal resignation of end coach
Campbell Dickson and the addition of
Ernest McCoy to the coaching staff
was announced yesterday by athletic
director Fielding H. Yost.
The announcements came as no
surprise, since it had been expected
since last Monday that Dickson, end
coach and chief scout under Herbert
0. Crisler here for two years, would
accept a position as dean of students
at Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y.
McCoy, a five letter man here in
1927-29 when he starred in basket-
ball and baseball, is now coaching
at a Montclair, New Jersey high
school.

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A REAL TREAT

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Decides
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evening

Winter Haven, Fla., Feb. 23.-({A)-
Paul Dean, junior partner in the once
famous pitching partnership with
brother Diz, intends to retire from
baseball without reporting to the
New York Giants this season, Man-
ager Bill Terry disclosed tonight.

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Ross D
Goldsmith C
Lovett W
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Michigan alternates:I
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MINNESOTA
Falk
Mariucci
Cramp
St. Vincent
Paulsen
Pickering
Canfield, Cor-

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Minnesota alternates: McKenzie,
Anerson, Lampton, Junger, Eggle-
ton, Keranen, Magnussen, Rhine-
berger, Joseph.
Game Time: 8:00 p.m.
Exam Results
Leave athletes
In Good Shape
With only a few scattered excep-
tions, Michigan's varsity athletes took
the elgibility .hurdles in stride the
athletic department announced yes-
terday, four of the athletes hanging-
up all-A records. More than 99 per
cent were completely in the clear.
However several border-line cases
in some instances depending on in-
completes, remain to be decided when
the eligibility committee of the Board
meets again.
Two unnamed football players were
each reported to have failed a sub-
ject, but the announcement pointed
out that they still had a semester and
a summer session to make up the de-
ficiency and regain their eligibility.
The four top-ranking students
were: Allen Axelrod, freshman track-
man; Frank Feeley, senior high-
jumper; Don Holman, sophomore bas-
ketball and baseball player; and Hol-
brooke Seltzer, transfer football play-
er.
Among those placed in the "excel-
lent" class were Tom Harmon, Forest
Evashevski, Don Canham, Spike
James, Charlie Pink and Harland
Danner.

i By MEL fINEBEIRW
In Memoriam . . Wolverinese
In dual meet
If the entire congregation will they sweptt
please rise, and remove its collective victory in t
hat we'll now say a brief requiem for Ohio State c
the Ohio State-Michigan swimming; scheduled f
meet that might have been.
It was to have been swum todayy,in Minnesota's
Ann Arbor, as the second of this year's time on skate:
dual meets between the two schools. Coliseum tonig
After the first clash in Columbus, to hockey far
when the Buckeyes absorbed a 47-37 probably is ba
beating, mentor Mike Peppe declared team. But tht
that there was no opening on the more used to b
Buck schedule for the second meet. are to the goo
It was called off.
And while we're propounding "in Of 19 men
memoriams" we'll take a quick look from Minnes
at how the other Big Ten schools view Bert McKen
it. This is an excerpt from The In- defenseman
diana Daily Student, February 14. It from Regina
reads : men, Marty.
a Frank St.
"Michigan, Ohio State, Iowa, Lampton we
Northwestern and Minnesota will didates for
round out the first division of the didates fo
Big Ten conference in swimming pic team th
this year, Coach Bob Royer said because of t
Tuesday. John Gillis
"Long the rulers of the strong mer here, play
Big Ten, the Michigan team was hockey in Hi
dethroned two years ago by Ohio captain and c
State who in turn has held the left wing Ha
crown for two years. (Ed. note: members of th
this is falacious. Ohio State was up hockey bac
champion for only one year.) on unfrozenN
Favored by a good sophomore players that
crop and seasoned holdover ma- bunch of bum,
terial, Royer cannot see how the up here, he ad

can be beaten. In a
wyith the Buckeyes,
to-uch a convincing
he Bucks' pool that
alled off a later meet
or Ann Arbor."
Golden Gophers, this
s, can be found at the
ght. This is good news
ns and unfortunately,
ad news to the hockey
en, the hockey team is
bad news than the fans
4.
on this squad, 18 are
sota and the outsider,
nzie by name and a
by occupation, is
tSaskatchewan, Four
Falk, John. Mariucci,
Vincent and Dave
re nominated as can-
the American Olym-
at was never formed
he war.
the sprinting swim-
ed high school and city
bbing, Minn. with co-
center St. Vincent and
ayden Pickering, both
ae first line. Gillie gave
ck home to concentrate
water because "all the
he knew were just a
s." That isn't the case
ds.

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