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to Jimmy Walsh, former St. Thom-
as High School star and Michigan
The visitors are sure to put on
their usual crowd-pleasing show,
combining fast-passing, sensational
shooting, arid blazing speed with
enough of their own original touches
to make the game one of the most
colorful ever staged here. A sil-foot,
six-inch se;ian giant, "Wee Willie"
Smith, will be in at the pivot spot,
with the veteran Rens captain and
spark plug, Eyre "Bruiser" Saitch,,
and William "Pop" Gates, former
New York high school marvel, filling
the guard posts. At one forward spot
the Rens will start Wilmeth Sidat-
Singh, one-time Syracuse All-Amer-
ican, and either Clarence "Puggy"
Bell of Zack Clayton will be in at
the other front line position. Bell
is reputed to have one of the best
shots in pro, ranks, and Clayton is
admittedly the most colorful per-
former in the game.
The charity affair stands high on
the list of sports events offered 'to
local fans. In addition to bringing to
Ann Arbor a team that has long
been a favorite in every part of the
country, it will be, in all probability,
the last chance followers of Michi-
gan athletes will have to see some
of its greatestystars in action. The
Rens need no buildup-their 17
years of barnstorming about the
land offering ample proof that they
are among the best. And the squad
list of the Townsend All-Stars is a
lineup of men who played a major
part in making Wolverine athletic
fortunes during the recent seasons.'
The WAA, Daily Sports Editor Don
Wirchafter, and Sigma Delta Chi,
journalism fraternity, have combined
in promoting the charity affair, and
,promise to make it a memorable
event. Members of the two organiza-
tions will be selling tickets for the
game at campus posts today, and
tickets may also be obtained at the
Union, League, Slater's and Wahr's
book stores, The Daily, and at the
Field House before the game.
Featuring intricate pass work and sensational shots, the famed
Renaissance players move into Yost Field House tonight against the
Townsend All-Stars. Left to right, they are: Wilmeth Sidat-Singh,
"Tarzan" Cooper, Eyre Saitch, "Pop" Gates, "Puggy" Bell, Zack Clayton.
Jack Wolin Flashes Best Form
Of Career In Michigan AAU's!
By WOODY BLOCK the high board, Wolin's favorite. As
Flashing the best form of his ca- the dives were clicked off one by
reer, Jack Wolin, Matt Mann's high- one, the enthusiastic gathering
board artist, showed Wolverine fans watching the duel between conquered
he really "had it" the other night and conqueror became obvious that
as he catapulted his way to a Mich- this was an inspired Jack Wolin lead-
igan AAU championship.ling the pack.
He was clean and crisp; his en- This was a different Wolin than
tries were beautiful; his execution, they had seen against Wayne a week
as always, flawless. It was one of before, a smoother, more fearless
those nights Jack has been seeking diver than the Wolverine who had
all year. finishdri third against Iowa and first
Puckmen, 84), Buckeye B
In Hard Battle By HAL WILSONr
Another Jesse Owens!E
That's the clarion call of warning
Magnus Paces Minnesota emanating from Ohio State to allt
With Three Goals; Loud Western Conference track teams asf
the time remaining until the IndoorE
Features Michigan Play championships take place dwindles tof
(Continued from Page ) Just seven days.
And it is an even more immediate
Capt. Harold (Babe) Paulsen and Bill source of caution on the part 9f
Coach Ken Doherty and his Michigan
Galligan, second-line center. cinder squad-for husky Bob Wright,E
Ken Cramp opened the scoring at the gentleman whose all-aroundf
8:46 of the firgt period when he rifled track versatility has led enthusiastic
a shot through a maze of players to Buckeye partisans to indulge in sucht
make the score 1-0. The Gophers glowing comparisons, will lead a
added two more in the second frame strong crew of Scarlet and Gray thin-I
with Eggleton and Magnucl doing the dads into Ferry Field tomorrow night
work. Galligan assisted on both for a tight dual meet clash.
Up to that point, the Wolverines Outstanding Performer I
A big, blond sophomore, Wright
had been playingeover their heads has turned i such outstanding per-E
and there were even those present formances thus far in his short careerI
who gave them a chance of rally- that hopes for a Conference track
ing for a victory. But in the third per-tilaebgnigtosrinheo-
" .tiBle are bgning th sir in thecol- I
' ocl they fell completely apart and lective hearts of Ohio State fans.
the visitors racked up five scores. Already they have tagged him thei
Paulsen Scores "Buckeye Bullet," and have drawn ai
Paulsen opened the festivities 27 flattering analogy between the well-
seconds after the face-off, taking a built lad and "Discobolus," the dis-
pass from Arnold to score and make cus-heaving subject of a famous
it 4-0. Magnus made his second a Greek sculptor.
few minutes later on a double pass That's high praise for a compara-
from Eggleton and Galligan. Paulsen tive newcomer to collegiate cinder-1
beat Loud again at 8:14 to run the paths. Furthermore, sports fans
Gopher' total to six., throughout the nation have long en-
Eggleton and Galligan teamed up joyed hearty chuckles at the expense
again seven minutes later for another of the Columbus citizenry which in-
score With Eggleton doing the actual variably counts its athletic conquests
goal-making and Magnus finished before they're hatched. For years
things off with a solo tally with lit- !now Ohio State has been a hotbed
tle more than a minute to play. of unbridled enthusiasm and the
The game was, paradoxically, both memory of their September grid
the roughest and the cleanest that crowns might easily lead local skep-
has been played here this year. Both tics to discount the prowess of this
teams were, checking viciously and newest Scarlet sensation.
there was hardly a player on either But stopwatches don't lie. Track-
club who didn't hit the ice at some
time during the game.
In spite of this, only two penalties Will End Careers
were called, both on Michigan center
Paul Goldsmith for no apparent rea- Ai
son. There is a rule in college hockey O_ io_ Sat
Sprohibiting checking between the
blue lines, but, as far as thi ob- Seven Varsity seniors will make
server knows, there is none against their final bow in Maize and Blue
nudging. Neither is there a rule which basketball regalia tomorrow night
says that if a player shall trip and when the Wolverines wind up the
fall on his posterior, a penalty shall season with Ohio State at Columbus.
be called on the nearest member of Capt. Herb Brogan, Mike Sofiak,
4 the opposing club. George Ruehle, Bill Cartmill, Bill
Referee ArtlLever has done a re- Herrmann, Joe Glasser and Hal Wes-
markably good job of officiating terman are the group of cagers who
throughout the season but he had a will close their careers against the
bad night last night. Michigan was Buckeyes. In addition to the seven
hopelessly outclassed and would have seniors, Coach Bennie Oosterbaan
lost in any case but there was no yesterday named Jim Mandler, Mel
need to pour it on. Comin, Leo Doyle and Bill Houle to
round out the 11-man squad that will
SCORING SUMMARIES leave for OSU tonight.
Michigan, whose Conference record
First Period reads five wins and six defeats at
1--Cramp, 8:46. present, will be out to even the score
s Second Period for the campaign, and pssibly tie
2-Eggleton (Galligan). 6:17. for a place in the first division of the
s 3-Magnus (Galligan), 19:40. final Conference standings.
Third Period The Buckeyes, after getting off to
4-Paulsen (Arnold), 0:27. a fast start this season are now tied
5-Magnus (Eggleton, Galligan), for fourth place by virtue of six vic-
3:56. tories and five defeats. Ohio State's
6-Paulsen, 8:14. latest Big Ten venture was a 36-33
7-Eggleton (Galligan, 15-13. setback at the hands of Illinois, Mon-
8-Magnus, 18:40. day night.
men can't bluff the second hand. It
appears that this time the Buckeyes
possess a really great performer in
the young giant. Wright stands six
feet three inches and tips the scales
at 195 soli pounds; he's a living re-
futation o the common belief that
big men are not fast men.
Wright Is Versatile
The high and low hurdles are
Wright's special forte. But he doesn't
stop with those, for his versatility
extends over four events. A good!
dashman, the Buckeye hope also
tosses the shot put, and is looking
forward to the outdoor season when
he can throw the discus.
While a West Virginia schoolboy
athlete, Wright chalked up three new
state track marks which still stand.
In the current campaign Wright has
already tied the world's record in a
high hurdle event in New York's Mill-
rose Games, won the Illinois Relay
high barrier event, breezed to victory
in both hurdle races against Indiana
in a dual meet, and copped second
in the National AAU's.
That's quite a list df accomplish-
liet . . . hat's Husky Bob Wright
ments for a lad who has yet to attain
draft age. And he'll be striving to
add to it at Michigan's expense to-
of the U. of Mich.
and his 13-piece sweet
swing orchestra from De-
troit will furnish smaller
pieces specializing in Fra-
ternity and Sorority Dances.
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Not that he hasn't dived well prev-
ious to this. He has. But his spring-
board antics just haven't been superb
enough to cop a major title. Last
night his luck changed, and a happy
Jack Wolin left the Sports Building
pool with a medal, a title and a new-
ly acquired confidence.
Jack has to work alrmost twice as
hard as the average man off the
board to get the same results, for he
has a rather large, muscular body-
not the best thing for divers. Matt
Mann explained it yesterday, "Jack
has to go like the devil to beat these
streamlined guys like T-Bone Martin
and Earl Clark."
"His mechanics are perfect," Matt
went on. "In the air and off the board
Jack can't be beat. He's even better
than T-Bone in that respect. But
when it comes to the big meets the
judges look at the appearance of the
boy entering the water, and that's
where Jack has trouble."
Wolin took a licking from Wayne's
Bob Gardner last week when the
Tartars invaded Michigan's pool, a
trimming he couldn't forget easily.
Wednesday night the two met again
with Martin also in the running.
This time the diving was done off
To Start Monday
Varsity Baseball Coach Ray Fish-
er, with the annual southern trip
only five weeks away, will call his
squad together Monday afternoon at
the Field House for the opening
workout of the season. The batting
nets will be up and Fisher's hurling
corps, which has been working for
the past few weeks, will serve them
up for the first time this year.
A squad of 50 or 60 men is expect-
ed to report for the first regular
practice session, of whom some 18
are pitchers. The diamond squad
will meet 20 different schools this
season, Fisher announced, with Illi-
nois, which looks like the team to
beat in the Big Ten, Indiana, Purdue,
Ohio State, Chicago and Northwest-
ern furnishing the Conference op-
The All-Campus preliminaries
will be held tonight in the small
gym at the Sports Building. All
campus swordsmen are eligible for
the competition, which will be in
foil, epee and sabre. Visitors are
at Iowa State. This was a Jack Wolin
at his best-and a Wolin at his
best is someone to beat.
"It was the greatest performance
I've ever seen Jack put on," Matt
smiled. "If he dives that well through-
dut the rest of the season we'll have
I nothing to worry about."
It was truly a great performance
from a great guy and more than a
few of the swimming faithful were
happy to see Jack Wolin hit the
heights he is capable of. A new deal
Is in the making for Michigan's num-
ber one diver, who showed local
aquatic critics that hard work and
.a lot of heart do pay dividends.
To Penn State
Victories By Courtright,
Galles Highlight Meet
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Courtright, particularly, had State's
Joe Valla in bad trouble.
The other two Michigan victories
were gained by Tom Weidig, 128
pounder, and Art Paddy, who grap-
pled in the 165 pound division. Weidig
scored over Clair Hess who defeated
the Wolverine here last year. Roh-
rer. Paddy's opponent, had lost only
one otheit bout this season.,
The crucial bout of the evening
was Glen Alexander's close win ovei
John Paup at 155 pounds. Holding a
one point margin in the third period
but slightly behind in time advant-
age, Alexander reversed in the last
30 seconds to win, 6-3.
Final score, Penn State, 14; Michi-
121-poinds: Ridenour, Penn State
threw Klemach, Michigan. Time
128-pounds: Weidig, Michigan; de-
feated Hess, Penn State, 6-2.
136-pounds: Captain Gleason, Penn
State, defeated Deane, Michigan
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145-pounds: Scalzo, Penn State,
defeated Barnett, Michigan, 8-1.
155-pounds: Alexander, Penn State,
defeated Paup, Michigan, 6-3.
165-pounds: Paddy, Michigan, de-
feated Rohrer, Penn State. 9-7.
175-pounds: Courtright. Michigan,
defeated Valla, Penn State, 14-1.
Heayyweight: Galles, Michigan, de-
feated Kerns, Penn; State, 10-2.
Referee: Paul Seals, Lehigh.
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WAA CHARITY GAME
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