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'EtRSDlt Ma (H 6 1941 THE MdICICA N D AIIY

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Big Ten Tank Teams Pour Into Iowa City With Hopes Of Dethroning Michigan In Conference Swim Meet
i i Y Ei Gfj igan em ctting iL a CuiK A%+..ed TcJ P...ilaiti the I : t 4- T

One Man Gang .. .
SUCCESS DEPARTMENT: Here is
an interesting tale of the high
school record of track Captain Don
Canhamn.
It seems as thougf his Oak Park
squad was battling two other pow-
erful foes in a triangular meet. The
boys from dear old O.P. needed points
*. .: plenty of them . . .and with a
"do or die" spirit, Captain Don went
out to grab them.
First, he captured three first place
medals in his specialties, the high
jump, the broai jump and hurdles.
But still, things were far from
bright for OWP. They needed more,
so determined Canham ambled over
to the role vaulting pit and decided
to give it a try. The bar was rest-
ing on its standards, 11 feet from
the ground. It was a long way up
for a lanky and weary kid who had
never tried the event before that
eve.
Down the runway he tore. Into the
wooden slot he jammed the pole. Up
into the air flew Captain Don. The
bar was 11 feet high, but Canham's
sturdy frame stopped rising at seven
feet, soared under the bar like a
train racing through a tunnel and
flopped weakly into the sawdust be-
low.
But this is a tale of success and na-
turally doesn't end here. On the very
next attempt, point-hungry Canham
sailed high over the bar to gain a
tie for first in the event and a thrill-
ing victory for dear old O.P.
The more you look at it, the more
you begin to think that Michigan
could use some of that "do or die"
stuff in the Conference champion-
ships this weekend.
DOUBLE DRIBBLES: In reply to
many queries, the Wolverine
spring grid practice will begin the
week after next with the early drills
being scheduled for the Sports Build-
ing . . . Bennie Oosterbaan, Michi-
gan's regular end coach, will not take
part in the practice sessions this
year... He has been excused so that
he might take his family to Arizona
for a rest-cure . . Wife, son and
Bennie left Ann Arbor yes terday ..
Congrats to Bill Cartmill, the new
cage captain ... Incidentally, for the
first time in Wolverine history, there
will be spring training for the bas-
ketball sauad this year.
MATT MANN comes up with an
idea to reduce the amount of div-
ing in a swimming meet in order
to make things move along fasterj
. . . The suggestion involves cut-
ting the number of dives from 10
to six and making them all optional
from either the high or low board
. Several of the experts have ob-
jected because this new program
would not be training the lads'
properly for the coming Olympics
. . . the coming Olympics ... haw,
what a laugh ... Michigan State's
basketball squad selected battling
Michael Sofiak on its all-opponent
quintet . . For some reason or
other, Mike failed to attend the
recent meeting of the lettermenfor
captain electing and picture-tak-
ing purposes..
HAMILTON COLLEGE'S Athletic
Director A. G. Prettyman, chairman
of National Collegiate Hockey Rules
Committiee, is in town to see Hamil-
ton College's new assistant athletic
director, F. Evashevski . . . Evy moves
out of Ann Arbor today . . He wil
start his get-acquainted process in
Clinton next week . . . Michigan All-
Star basketball squad, the same gang1
that dropped a 32-24 decision to the
Renaissance in the charity gameherel

( Npe li to The DU-,,)
IiWA CIT L Iciwa-M~a rch t-Dtemied
to take a erack at Mic igas great.swajmin
team in an attempt to jolt the Wofverines
loose from their strangle-hold on the Big Ten
championship, natators from the other nine
Conference schools poured into this aquatic-
mad city today.
With the preliminaries not scheduled until
Friday night the coaches were busy directing
workouts in the long Iowa pool with the Mich-

afxeu its ariv Li 4.&Omt Ann Arbox'.
CT o)o1r6 Matt Iia an. Oldere a d4i ait1ii
wovkout one in the mning and one ate -n
the after-nooi, pronouncing his team in great
shape for dfense of its title.
Sports writers and swim critics were working
overtime in this Hawkeye village building up
the proposed duel between Michigan's Jim
Skinner and the University of Iowa's own Al
Povilaitis, the same undefeated sophomore
who handed Skinner his first collegiate defeat
in a dual meet with the Iowans recently,
Swimming in his own pool will supposedly.

in any ev i t si- uiit Ie a 10' iitbattle
Povilaitis, however, isn't tile onily threat to
Wolverine supremacy. In the sprints there's
Dick Fahrbach of Northwestern, Don Wen-
strom, Iowa, and Fred Herr and Jack Carney
of Purdue who can be listed as dangerous.
Ohio State's Earl Clark and Frank Dempsey
looked exceptionally good in their first work-
out off the low diving board with' Capt.

t ,s 1t hi strengtn, Ih it a tOrrid battle is
expected tor second place wilh Iowa, Ohio
State and Minnesota all about even. Coach
Dave Armbruster's host team was conceded
the edge by neutral observers with two strong
relay teams carrying the burden.
The Wolverine team will leave here Sunday
morning for a dual meet scheduled with Mich-
igan State in the Wolverine pool, Monday
night.

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PuckmenFace Powerful 11ini Here Today

Varsity Seeks
First Big Ten
HockeyWin
Illinois Needs Clean Sweep
Of Four-Game Series
For Conference Crown
(Continued from Page 1)
with Roy Bradley and Johnny Petritz
on a third line if ,Lowrey finds - it
necessary to use more than two com-
binations.
Leading the Illinois attack will be
sophomore center Norbert Sterle, the;
Eveleth, Minn., ace who establishes
a new collegiate scoring record every
time he makes a point. Sterle brokeI
the former record almost two weeksj
ago during the course of a 10-2 shel-
lacking the Illini handed the Brant-
ford A.C. Since then, he has been
adding to his total. He has now made
53 points and, with four games to
play, he should add several more.1
The mark was held until this year by
Vic Heyliger of Michigan, the present
Illinois coach.
The high-scoring center will pro-I
bably be flanked by Gil Priestley and!
Joe Lotzer, two clever and speedy
wingmen who have given Illinois op-
ponents no end of trouble during the
games played thus far.
On defense, Heyliger will probably
start husky Chet Ziemba, the Illinois
captain, and sophomore Amo Bes-
sone. Both boys have been called
possible major league prospects. Zi-
emba will be remembered by local
fans for his play in last year's seriesj
between the two teams when he
dealt out a goodly number of vicious-
body-checks. Bessone is a brother of
Pete Bessone, former Pittsburgh Hor-
nets star.r
Jack Gillan will handle the net-i
minding duties for Illinois. Gillani
also played here last year and reports1
have it that he is one of the most im-
proved players on the team.

Dependable Center

Experts Like Indiana Trackmen,
But Wolverines MayUpset Dope
By IIAL WILSON
The experts have decreed that
Michigan will fail to win its eighth
consecutive Big Ten Indoor track
title tomorro w and Saturday a u
due-but they still have to convince
a determined crew of Wolverine cin-
dermen .
Virtually to a man the dopesters
have declared that the Conference
crown is due for a resizing and that
the powerful Indiana squad is the<
cutfit that will do the modeling. With
estimates ranging from a liberal 14
point margin to a bare 1% point
edge, the sideline mathematicians
have outdone each other in a last"
minute rush to clamber aboard the
Hoosier bandwagon. They have al-
most unanimously conceded that the
mighty Crimson squad, led by its
trio of versatile aces, Roy Cochranz
Campbell Kane and Archie Harris,
pack too much individual brilliance
for the Wolverines' all-around bal-
ance to overcome.
But likewise they have included.
several "if" performers, as pre-meet
dopesters always do. Pointing out
that Michigan can conceivably de-
fend its title successfully if several
of its question marks can convert
their potentialities into precious
points, they cite several Wolverines WES ALLEN
as pivotal men. - - - - - - - -
First there are lanky Wes Allen, a truly great high jumper who has

free throws for a mark of .733, just
r Indoo t1?S 10 percentagepoints ahead of Sofiak
Ir who flipped in 60 out of 83 during
the season.
FINAL SCORING RECORDS
For Ne S uSoaG FG FT TP PF
et uaSofiak. 19 66 60 192 51
Mandler .. 19 68 32 168 39
Brogan...... 19 41 19 101 33
With the start of the tennis sea- Ruehle......19 34 18 86 42
son still morethan a monthaway, Cartmill 18 32 10 74 16
Michigan's veteran net' squad has Cmmin...,9, 8 11 27 7
buckled down to hard indoor work- Fitzgerald 4 9 2 20 7
outs under the watchful eye of Coach Herrmann 14 5 8 18 9
Leroy Weir. Grissen.8 2 9 13 7
At the present time the squad is Doyle.......10 6 1 13 3
in the midst of an intra-squad tourn- 'Glasser ... .9 2 1 5 2
ament so that Weir may determine Westerman 8 0 0 0 1
which men will participate in the_
coming season's matches. This sched-. Totals .... 19 2"73 171 717 217
ule will be followed up to the time
the team leaves for its annual south- Additional figures reveal the fact
ern trek, opening the season with that four regulars performed "Iron
Washington and Lee, April 12. Man" roles for the Wolverines
It seems to be a pretty safe bet to throughout the 19-game campaign.
say that five of the six singles po- Out of a total of 765 minutes that the
sitions have been decided. Captain Varsity was in action, Sofiak played
Jim Tobin, who will be one of ,the through 708 minutes, George Ruehle
most feared netmen in the confer- 705, Capt. Herb Brogan 681 and Jim
ence, is almost a certainty to start at Mandler' 679/2. Sofiak and Ruehle
the number one spot since he has missed only 57 minutes of basketball
recovered from the knee injury which during the whole season, for an aver-
kept him out of action for a good age of three minutes of rest per
part of last year. game.
The other four men who will o'pen * * *
at the singles spots are all veterans. Big Gene Englund, star Wisconsin
Lawton Hammet, all campus tennis center, and Walter (Hoot) Evers,
champ, and three letter men, Jim Illini ace who was declared ineligible
Porter, Wayne Stille and Tom Gamon at mid-season, were unanimous choice
have displayed such a sparkling of 11 eagerq for the Wolverines' Con-
brand of court play that their posi- ference All-Opponent team.
tions seem secure. Bob Dro, Indiana mainstay, re-
That leaves Weir with the task ceived ten first team votes and one
of selecting the other singles play- second team ballot to win one of
er, and there is certain to be a hot the guard positions, while the other
fight for the job. Two letter winners, backcourt berth went to Illinois' Bob
Bud Dober and Bob Brewer, a re- Richmond, who turned in two. good
serve winner last Byear,willbe the games against the Varsity. Don
chief contestants in the battle. Blanken of Purdue, whose 14 points

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D Bessone
D Ziemba (c)
C Sterle
W Priestley
W Lotzer

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Williams House Wins+
'B' League Hoop Crown
Wlliams House 'B' team defeated
Prescott, 18-16. at the Sports Build-
ing last night to win the 'B' teamc
championship of the Residence Hall1
basketball league.1
Ozzie Feldman and Frank Schell;
starred for the winners by scoring
all their team's points, Feldman net-
ting 13 and Schell five. John Greene1
tossed in eight points to lead the
Prescott attack.
last week ,toppled Chuck Chuckovits't
All-Star squad in Mansfield, Ohio,c
Tuesday night ... Herb Brogan joined
the local outfit and tallied eight
points. . . Harmon dropped in 16 ...
Final score, 48-47.

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Senior Fred Heddle has finally
clinched the center position on the
si"cond line of the Michigan hockey
team. .Heddle doesn't score many
goals but he has impressed Coach
Eddie Lowrey with his fine back-
checking ability.
Niatmen Depfend
Jim Galies In,(
By DICK SIMON
When the Michigan wrestling team
takes the mat in quest of the Big I
Ten championship this weekend at
Columbus, one of its main hopes will
be placed on the shoulders of sturdy
Jim Galles, 175-pound grappling star
who has just completed an unde-
feated dual meet season.
Galles started this year in the
light-heavyweight division and swept
through his first five matches, win-
ning four by decisions and another
by pinning Dick Trubpy, Northwest-
ern captain. He was then switched
to the unlimited division by Coach.
Cliff Keen, promptly won two bouts
by decision, and similarly won his
last match after returning to the
175-pound class.
But no matter how his opponents
came, big or small, short or tall,
they have found Galles a tough cus-
tomer. In the recent meet with Penn
State, the rugged junior was pitted
against JackKearns, a gigantic 230-
pounder. It was the last bout of the
match and the Wolverines needed al
fall to win the meet.
Galles applied all the wrestling
skill he knew in an effort to gain
the needed points and had his giant
opponent tied up at every move, but

- ben set back time and again by in-
Oeries and junior Al Thomas, who was
aso injured most of last season. If
jthese two can come through to bet-
Mikulas in the high jump and Coch-
rin in the low hurdles respectively,
the 55-pound weight difference was Michigan stock will skyrocket.
too much of an obstacle for the game Then there's sophomore Frank Me-
grappler to overcome and Jim had Ca rthy who will wage a stiff broad-
o b e w njurping duel with Hoosier Ed Bar-
to be conent with a decision. Inett and IIlin ob Lewis. And in the
The Varsity mat star served early mile run senior Karl Wisner can
notice of his potentialities during his I make a difference by picking up all-
freshman year when he entered the important points, while two-miler
Michigan A.A.U. meet and captured Bill Ackerman will be bucking In-
diana's tremendous distance strength. E
the 165-pound division. With Mich- I
igan mat squad last year, Galles won The experts have decided against
sign matsad lst e ls on Michigan. If this were page four--
seven matches and lost only one, the page of opinion-it would hereby
He climaxed his sophomore year by be unequivocally predicted that the
going all the way to the semi-finals Wolverines will win their eighth
in the Big Ten meet, losing out to straight title. But it isn't, so 'vait
McDaniels of Indiana who later went until Saturday and let the trackmen
on to win the title. However, he de- do their own talking at Purdue.
feated Schimaker of Minnesota in a \

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consolation match to gain runnerup
honors.
Before the season swung into ac-
tion this year, Galles competed in the
Midwest AAU meet where he
again reached the semi-finals in the
175-pound division.
Galles is one of Keen's hardest
workers and is one of the best-liked
matmen on the squad. Right now,
his big aim in life is "to win that
Big Ten 175-pound championship."
And from the way Jim's been going,
he stands a good chance of gaining!
his ambition.

FRATERNITY SWIMMING
The fraternity swimming pre-
liminaries will be held at 7:30
p.m. today at the Sports Building
pool. Qualifiers for all events ex-
cept diving will be named for the
finals to be held at Open House,
Wednesday, March 12.
Earl N. Riskey,
Assistant Director
of Intramural Sports

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