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PAGE FOUR

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Miehigan

Cagers Overpower

Northwestern in 53-41

Win

Mandler Is H igh Scorer for Wolverines
As Michigan Wins Final Cage Contest

Three Conference Meets This Week

By HARVEY FRANK
That intangible something called
Michigan spirit was plainly in evi-
dence last night as an inspired Wol-
verine basketball team ran rough-
shod over the Northwestern quintet,
53-41, in Yost Field House.
The beaten Wildcats, still licking
their wounds after a terrific 86-44
pasting at the hands of the Illini in
a game that set a new Conference
Conference Basketball

scoring record, which was bettered
last night, appeared bewildered and
spiritless.
The upset victory, which closed the
current Conference season, gave
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan's quintet a'
Big Ten record of four wins and eight
losses.
Although the Wildcats' Otto Gra-
ham was high scorer for the evening
with 19 points, it was the play of
Michigan's three seniors that stole
the spotlight.
Captain Jim Mandler, Leo Doyle,
and Mel Comin, playing in their last
college game, led the Wolverine at-
tack that gave its greatest display of
offensive power. Mandler poured 16
points through the hoop before being
put out on fouls midway in the sec-
ond half to- lead the Wolverine scor-
ers.
Michigan took the lead at the start
on a basket by Doyle and were never
headed thereafter. Every one of the
seven players took part in the scor-
ing as the Wolverines rolled up their

second highest score in Big Ten com-
petition this year.
The game was especially rough,
with 34 fouls being called, 21 of them
against Michigan. Besides Mandler,

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Illinois ...... ..12
Indiana ........11
Northwestern .. 6
Wisconsin.. ....6
Purdue .........6
Ohio State .... 5
Minnesota......5
Iowa ..........3
Michigan.... 4
Chicago ........0

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Pts. Pts.
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662 494
586 556
592 555
521 496
472 504
499 563
535 630
461 505
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Favored for
Track Title
Michigan rules as favorite to cop
the 1943 indoor Conference track
crown when the ten Midwest squads
battle Friday and Saturday at Chi-
cago.
Varsity Coach Ken Doherty point-
ed out tht his Maize and Blue outfit
slid into the number one spot on the
basis of its crushing defeat of Qhio
State's defending Big Ten champions
in a dual meet here last week, 751/2
to 2812.
Despite the Buckeyes' poor showing
against the Wolverines Coach Doh-
erty declared that the 1942 indoor
titlists were not to be counted out
of the picture.The Bucks with Dal-
las Dupre back in the saddle will be
dangerous. Dupre, in condition, is
capable of earning points for Ohio
State in the running broad jump, low
hurdles and 60-yard dash.
Meet May Be Close
Fans may expect Michigan to tri-
umph at Chicago by a big margin
because of the team's easy triumph
over Ohio State. However, with indi-
vidual stars from Illinois, Minnesota,
Purdue and other Big Ten schools
picked to cop some of the first places,
Michigan's margin of victory will not
be much greater than 10 points. Last
year Ohio State won the indoor
crown with a margin of nine points,
yet the team was its most powerful
in years.
Michigan has been fortunate up to
date in the matter of injuries and
loss of key men to the armed services.
Every one of the Wolverines appears
to be in top physical condition, hav-
ing come through the dual meet last
week unscathed.
Coach Doherty plans to take a
squad of twenty men to Chicago. Fif-
teen men who will compete in pre-
liminary heats on Friday, will leave
Thursday afternoon.
Durocher Placed in 4-F
NEW YORK, March 1-(VP)-Lec
Durocher, sun-tanned and feeling
great after a Florida vacation, wa
rejected by the Army at a physical
examination for induction today and
thus was left free to continue as man-
ager of the Brooklyn Dodgers.
The boisterous Brooklyn leader.
who will be 38 years old July 27, said
he was turned down because of a
perforated ear drum.

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Wrestlers in
Ciago Contest
Michigan Looms as
Powerful Contender
By BUD1 LOW
Michigan hasn't won a Conference
wrestling championship since former
mat Coach Cliff Keen's boys did it
bac in 1938, but this week-end the
team is going to try to turn the tables
in the meet at Chicago.
This year, under the able tutelage
of Ray Courtright, the grapplers have
won three matches and lost one in
Big Ten competition. The only loss,
a 25 to 3 drubbing at the hands of a
fighting Illini squad, indicated just
who the Wolverines will have to
watch.
Last year the Varsity finished in a
tie for second with Illinois, when
Purdue won Conference titles in four
weight divisions to amass 33 points.
This season it probably will be a dif-
ferent story with the Orange and
Blue fighting "it out for first place
with Michigan, and the loser battling
the Boilermakers for runnerup hon-
ors.
Kopel Wins in Practice,
Yesterday, in preparation for this
week-end, "Corky" had several of his
proteges wrestle one another in prac-
tice matches. Little Dick Kopel, the
cream of the Conference in the 121-
pound division, decisioned Chip War-
rick, 11 to 7. Warrick has lost over
20 pounds the last few. .months in
order to come down to the 128-pound
class and, despite the fact that he is
still a little weak, from the ordeal,
looked mighty good to us against Ko-
pel.
Bob Allen and Tom Mueller grunt-
ed and groaned for nine minutes in
an effort to determine' who will meet
Hugh Mack today. Allen was pressed
hard, but his early advantage was too
much for Mueller to overcome, and
the former won by a score of 7 to 2.
Speek, Troweli NMatched Today
Also slated for today is a match be-
tween Pete Speek and'Burt Trowell,
both 155-pounders. Pete has been
wrestling regularly in this division
but Trowell has comealong fast and
should put up a good fight.
Johnny Greene really, got a work-
out when he was matched 'with Bill
Courtright, who formerly was cap-
tain of the team until the Army de-
cided he would do better against the
Axis. Bill expects to be called within
the next week (now that his knee has
almost entirely mended from a recent
operation) and probably .will accom-
pany the team to Chicago to give
them his moral support.

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JIM MANDLER
Comin and Nick Vodick of North-
western were put out for fouling four
times. Graham was a the victim 11
times, making eleven of his 16 charity
tosses count.
The game started off fast with
Doyle's' asket and Dave Strack's foul
shot giving 'Michigan a 3-0 lead in
the first minute. After, Graham had
made a field goal and Mandler. had
retaliated with, a pivot shot, Russ
Wendland put the Wildcats within
one point of the Wolverines with a
one-handed sliot from far out.
Then Michigan took the situation
well in hand. Mandler scored twice
from the pivot, circle, Strack sunk a
set shot, and Gerry Mullaney made
the first of hisfour field goals to give
the Maize and Blue a 13-4 advantage.
From then on both teams scored in
two or three spurts.

By JOE McIALE1
The Conference swimming meet,1
perennially a two-team affair be-
tween Michigan and Ohio State, will
take on even more of the aspect of a
private Buck-Wolverine duel than
usual this Friday and Saturday at
Evanston. For the dual meet season
has proven that the aquatic talent of
the Big Ten definitely does not reside
at Purdue, Indiana, Chicago, Wiscon-
sin, or the four other Conference
member schools.
It happens that Michigan and Ohio
have this year not only the cream
of Conference swimmers but the pick
of the mermen throughout the na-
tion. That is why the winner of this
week's contest is already being her-
alded as the probable victor at the
National Collegiates on March 25-26.
By virtue of their two dual victories
over the Buckeyes, Coach Matt
Mann's Wolverines should reign, as
the favorites in Evanston. However,
the Collegiates are still a long way
off.
Comparison of Teams' Records
A resume of the happenings during
the current dual season will serve to
illustrate the comparative strength of
the Bucks and Wolverines as against
the rest of the field.
Michigan has beaten Ohio twice,
once fairly easily and recently by the
slim margin of three points. In its
other Big Ten contest the Maize and
Blue trounced Iowa 63-21. Iowa, in
turn, thrashed Wisconsin and North-
western nearly as- soundly. Minne-
sota proved itself a shade better than
the Wildcats and quite a bit superior
to the. Badgers. The Purple, to com-
plicate 'the picture, beat Illinois,
which gained a victory over Purdue
by the narrowest of margins-two
points. Purdue has handed out de-
feats to "the two remaining squads:
Indiana and Chicago.
Michigan; Ohio Head List
There, then, is the story-Michigan
seems to stand at the head of the
list, closely followed by Ohio State.
Iowa, though far below the strength
of 'the leaders, is still a pretty fair
distance ahead of the rest of the
teams, on the basis of comparative
scores. All this goes to show how far
above the bulk of the Conference are
the two contenders for the champion-
ship.
From the information available
only one swimmer has been found
to really challenge a Buckeye or a
Wolverine far an individual title.
That one is Vogel of Indiana, who has
been turning in exceptional times in
the 50- and 100-yard freestyle races.
Elroy Heidke, Purdue breaststroker
much publicized because of his early-
season performance of breaking the
world 50-yard and 50-meter records,
has proven to be unequal to fast

Michigan, OSU To Dominate
Conference Swimming Meet

times in the longer breaststroke dis-
tances.
Swimmers from the other eight Big
Ten schools may pick up the stray
points, but the only consistent point-
gathering will be by the men from
Ohio State and Michigan.
MICHIGAN
Today and Wednesday
JI AM TONDELAYO"

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Happy Ending.. .

Michigan (53) FG FT PF TP
Gibert, f. . . . .... . ...2 1 3 5
Mullaney, f..........4 0 2 8
Comin, f. .......... 2 1 4 5
Mandler, c. ........ 6 4 4 16
Pregulman, c. ...... 1 0 3 2
Doyle, g...........4 2 2 10
Strack, g............3 1 3 7
Totals.:.........22 9 21 53
Northwestern (41) FG FT PF TP
Graham, f..........4 11 .2 19
Jake, f............1 1 3 3
Chalbertin, f........ 0 0 1 '0
Hasse, c............ 1 4 1 6
Wendland,g........4 1 2 9
Jenseng..........1 0 0 2
Vodick, g.. . 0 2 4 . 2
Totals:...........11 19 13 41
Halftime Score: Northwestern 21;
Michigan 31.
Illinois and Phillip
Set Scoring Marks
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., March 1.-(/P)-
Andy Phillip sank a record total of
40 markers and Illinois rolled up a
new Conference high of 92 points to-
night in crushing Chicago, 92 to 25,
to win the Big Ten basketball cham-
pionship for the second straight year.
Phillip erased the previous indi-
vidual high of 34 points, made in
-1940 by Bill Hapac of Illinois, and the
Whiz Kids wiped out their own rec-
ord total of 86 points made only last
Saturday night in their 86-44 defeat
of Northwestern.

THOSE ILLINI PUCKSTERS AGAIN:
Wolverine Sextet Underdogs
Against Illinois Here Thursday

FRI., MAR. 5, 8:30
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By WALT KLEE
If the kind of hockey that was
played in the, two games in_ Chamt-
paign is any indication of the brand
to be played here on Thursday and
Saturday between the Illinois and
Michigan sextets, the fans may ex-
pect to see the roughest hockey seen
in Ann Arbor in many seasons.
After ten minutes of the first game,
the two teams began to throw the
most vicious body checks that have
been seen in the Conference..this sea
son. It all started when Arno Bes-
sone knocked little Johnny Athens
into the boards so hard that the
mighty mite was slightly dazed.
Then Michigan's. Bob Stenberg and
Bob Derleth began to get into the
spirit of things themselves, and the
two teams began to see who could
check the hardest.
Spirits ran high and twice the two
teams broke out into fist fights. The
first time nobody seemed to be guilty
of starting the melee and no penalties

resulted; but the second time Glenn
Rolle and Bob Stenberg seemed tobe
the culprits and were sent to the
box for five minutes.
-Michigan's goalie and captain,
Henry Loud, was the star of the ser-
ies, mnaking a total of 110 saves while
permitting ten shots to slip past him
into the nets. Sensational is the
only adjective that can aptly describe
the play of Loud in the nets. Many
of 'his saves were made after Illinois
forwards had fired shots back at him
after~ receiving the rebounds.
The hIlinois team was just too fast,
and too experienced. ' Bessone,
George Balestri, Henry Coupe, and
Bucky Benson all have knocked
arounid some of the better "amateur."
circuits for years before entering col-
lege to play hockey for Vic Heyliger.
Coupe, according to Hank Loud, is
"the fastest and sweetest hockey
player we have faced all year." The
sophomore center on. the Ill~lni scored
a "hat trick" on Thursday.

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ATTENTION!
All interested students, includ-
ing freshmen, who are eligible, are
asked to report at the golf driving
nets in the Sports Building to-
night at 7:30 p.m. for the first
practice of the spring season.
--Coach Ray Courtright

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