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PIANO INSTRUCTION by Edith
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Univtersity Music School. Call
2-3354.
TYPEWRITERS of all makes. . Of-
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WANTED TO BUY
WANTED--Second-hand slide rule;
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Breaststroker
Breaks, Ties
World Records
COLUMBUS, O., Feb. 13.- ()--
Lanky James Counsilman, Ohio State
University sophomore, bettered two
world records and equalled another
in exhibition events highlighting the
Annual Ohio A.A.U. swimming cham-
pionships here today.
, The Buckeyes dominated the eight
events in which they competed, the
Varsity taking 16 places and the
freshmen five of a total of 24 places.
Varsity swimmers also won three Na-
tional Junior Championship events
and four of the six Ohio A.A.U.
matches.
Counsilman ticked off a 50-yard
breaststroke exhibition in 28.8 sec-
onds, equaling the world record set
by Ted Neward of Compton Junior
College (Calif.) in 1940; negotiated
50ometer breaststroke in 30.5 seconds,
bettering the world mark of 31.4 es-
tablished by Roy Vitovsek, Stanford,
in 1940, and splashed the 300-yard
breaststroke in 3:52.4 to better the
3:55 set by Jim Werson of the Olym-
pic Club, San Francisco, in 1939.
LaMotta Signs
For Return Bout
With Robinson
NEW YORK, Feb. 13.- (P)- Nick
Londes, Detroit matchmaker, today
signed Jake LaMotta, Bronx middle-
weight, for a ten-round return bout
at Detroit Feb. 26 with Ray Robinson
whose long winning streak LaMotta
recently shattered.
Londes had signed Robinson, slim
New York welterweight, for the bout
yesterday but could not get LaMotta's
signature until this afternoon.
Robinson had won 139 consecutive
amateur and pro fights when LaMot-
ta handed him a beating at Detroit
Feb. 5. LaMotta had a 16-pound ad-
vantage in the weights that night
and probably will have about that
much in the return match since no
weight stipulation was made.
LaMotta, who drew 25 per cent of
the net gate last time to Robinson's
25 per cent, was said to have been
seeking more than the 30 per cent
Robinson reportedly signed for this
time.;It was believed that Londes may
have compromised at 321/2 per cent
for LaMotta.
The bout will be the third and rub-
ber match. Robinson outpointed La-
Motta in New York last October.

STOCKWELL & MOSHER-JORDAN
residents--Alternations on women's
garments promptly done. Opposite,
Stockwell. Phone -2678.

STUDENT desiring part-time work.
Can work all dad Saturday. 426
Michigan House, 2-4401.

Varsity To Use Shuffled
Lineup Against Purdue
Oosterhaan To Seek Added Scoring Punch;
Boilermakers To Rely on Offensve Power

By DON SWANINGER !
In an effort to get more baskets out
of his point-starved Varsity quintet, I
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan will effect
a rude shake-up in the lineup that 1
will take the floor against the visiting
Purdue Boilermakers in the Yost
Field House tomorrow evening.
Coach Oosterbaan prefers to keep
his revamped team a military secret
until hostilities actually open, so that
all that can be said now is-don't
be' surprised if you see new faces in
new positions when the Wolverines
trot out on the floor. In basketballI
don't ever be surprised at anything.
From past season records the game I
would seem to shape up as a battle
between offense and defense, Purdue
and Michigan. But Oosterbaan, with
his shuffled lineup, plans to steal
some of the Boilermakers' offensive
thunder and bring the Maize and
Blue their second victory in seven Big
Ten starts.
Purdue Has Strong Offense
For offense is what stamps the Pur-
due squad as a strong foe. On their
roster they have Al Menke, rangy.
center, whose 86 points in Big Ten
play ranks him as the fifth highest
scorer in the conference, and Ed Ehl-
ers, flashy guard, who is tenth in
that department with 73 counters.
They have three capable sophomores
in Tom Brower, Max Biggs, and Rudy
Lawson, and they have a fast break-
ing attack that has a habit of ending
with the ball in the basket. Lastly,
they have as their coach Ward Lam-
bert, who is nobody's fool.
Lambert has been turning out
championship teams with regularity
in the last four or five years, and
although he appears to lack the ma-
terial to do any title contending this
year, he still has an aggregation
whose rapid-fire scoring tactics are
respected by everyone in the league.
Scoring 319 points, in seven games,
the Boilermakers have buried Chi-
cago, split two-game series with Ohio
State and Minnesota, and dropped
contests to Indiana and Northwestern.
At present they are in the midst of
a losing streak that has seen them
lose three of their last four games,
the latest to Northwestern by the
overwhelming margin of 67-40.
Wolverines Seek Victory
The Wolverines, too, will be seeking
release from the doldrums of defeat.
Six times they have matched efforts
with Big Ten opponents and five of
those times their only reward was
just one more loss marked down
against them. Their lone victory was

their 38-34 upsetting of Wisconsin a1
ccuple of weeks ago.
Following tomorrow night's contest
the two teams will again return to
the Yost Field House on Tuesday to
play the second of their two-game ser-s
ies.
In the two games played between
the two teams last year Purdue was
twice the victor by comfortable mar-
gins and now holds a 19-7 edge in
their all time series. The Wolverines
haven't licked them sice 1936.-
Basketball Sco-es
Illinois 56, Minnesota 35k
Great Lakes 60, Purdue 38
U. of Detroit 39,NMarquette 311
Notre Dame 74, N.Y.U. 43
Northwestern 52, Iowa 33
Pennsylvania 49, Duke 48
SWIMMING
Minnesota 50, Wiconsin 34
Navy 46, Harvard 29.
Northwestern 47, Illinois 37
Princeton 62, Pennsylvania 13
WRESTLING
Iowa 22, Wisconsin 6

Indiana Defeats Wisconsin 14 i i T nCp~ rf
51-44 in Big Ten Cage Tilt
MADISON, Wis., Feb. 13.- (P)-
Indiana, with speed and accuracy to
spare, defeated Wisconsin, 51 to 44,
in a Big Ten basketball game tonight
before 14,000 fans.
It was Indiana's ninth consecutive
victory against Conference foes and I
kept the Hoosiers abreast of Illinois
in league competition.
Getting off to a fast start, Indiana
led 15 to 1 midway in the first period,
and held a 23 to 1? advantage at half-
time.
Ralph Hamilton, Indiana forward,
ran his point count up to 129, with
16 markers on six field goals and four
free tosses. High scorer of the eve-
ning, however, was his teammate,
center Ward Williams, who collected
17 points.
Illini Beat Gophers
MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 13.- P)-Il-
linois was unstoppable in the second
half after being held on fairly even
terms during the first 20 minutes and
easily downed Minnesota tonight, 56
to 35, for its eighth straight Big Ten
basketball victory.
Coming back after the intermission,
Andy Phillip, the Big Ten leading
scorer, Gene Vance and Jack Smiley
combined to get sevesi field goals be-
tween them while holding Minnesota
scoreless.

TUES., FEB. 16, 8:30
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