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Michigan Places Fourth
In Big Ten Standings
Purdue, Iowa, and Wildcats Tie for First-
Strack Rates Among First 2 0in Scoring
Michigan's diminutive cage star, who have 30 and 28 points, respec-
Forward Tommy King, led the. Big lively. Michigan's only other man in
Ten Conference scoring parade at the first 20 is Guard Dave Strack who
the end of the first week of competi- is 14th with 19 points.
tion with a total of 40 points in two Despite the outstanding individual
games, four more than Stan Patrick, performance Michigan wound up in
"Gee Whiz Kid" forward from Illi- fourth place in Conference standings
nois, was able to bucket in three behind Purdue. Northwestern and
games. Iowa with two victories and no de-
King opened the season Friday feats each. Following the Wolver-
night by dropping 24 points through ines are Illinois and Wisconsin with
the nets against Northwestern, and one win and two losses each.
followed it up Saturday night with Purduc Has 132 Points
16 against Illinois. His 24-point spree Wisconsin. Michigan's foe tomor-
was easily the outstanding scoring row and Saturday nights, barely
performance of any sophomore in Big nosed out Illinois, 43-38, last Friday
Ten competition in years. night with a last-minute barrage of
Strack Is Fourteenth baskets by Des Smith and Russ Wend-:
Behind King and Patrick are Iowa's land, late of Northwestern.
Dave Danner with 31 points. Howie Purdue gained its two victories at:
Judson and Walt Kirk. Illinois "Kids," the expense of Chicago and Indiana

ssStarsat Center

Swimmers To
"ae Great
I kes Jan. 15
Billy Smith, World's
Greatest Swimmer To
Perform for Sailors
When the Maize and Blue swim-
mers face Great Lakes this Saturday
they will be up against one of the
toughest foes they will meet all sea-
son, for the Bluejackets have a col-*
lection of stars that makes even Matt
Man -jealous.
Former Wolverines, Strother "T-
Bone" Martin and Dobbie Burton,
are now performing for the Sailors,
I and as- if this wasn't enough, Coach
Wallie Colbath also has the sensa-
tional Billy Smith for good measure.
Martin was the eccentric diver that
pleased the crowds from 1940-42
with his colorful dives and comical
antics on the springboard. Burtqn
swam for Michigan during the same
period, and in 1942 captained the
team to the Western Conference
championship. Dobbie was called the
"pocket battleship" by his team-
mates, but how he could churn
through the water in the 50 and 100-
yard freestyles.

Wisconsin Is Threat to
Michigan's Title Hope


When the Michigan cagers take
the floor against the Wisconsin five
at Madison Friday night in the first
of a two-game series, they will be
meeting a team which rates as one of
the best in the Big Ten this season
regardless of a not too impressive
record in their first few encounters.
The Badgers have played nine
games to date, winning only four of
them, but these victories include im-
pressive wins over Illinois, Notre
Dame and Marquette. They also
dropped contests with the Irish and
the Illini, and suffered a humiliating
defeat at the hands of a powerful
Northwestern quintet, which leaves
them with a record of one victory
and two losses in Western Confer-
ence competition.
.Badgers Beat Illinois
The Badgers opened the Big Ten
campaign against Illinois and drop-
ped a heartbreaking 45-43 decision
in overtime. They next travelled to
Champaign, Ill. and humbled the
Illini on their home floor 43-38 to
avenge the earlier defeat and turn in
their best performance of the cam-
paign. On the following evening they
took on the Wildcats of Northwestern
and' were swamped by the current
Conference leaders 60-38.
Badger Coach Bud Foster has
juggled his starting lineup repeatedly
since the start of the season and may'
make even more changes before the
tilts with Michigan. On the basis of
past performance it is probable that
Des Smith, 6ft. 2in. sharpshooter
from Milwaukee will get the call at

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one of the forward positions. Smith
has played consistently good ball all
season and leads the Badgers in
scoring, rating sixth in the Big Ten
in that department. Teaming with
him will probably be Don Dick, a
reserve at the start of the year, who
has improved rapidly and is also
among the Conference scoring lead-
Wendlund To Start
The pivot position belongs to lanky
Ray Patterson who stands 6ft. Sin.
and has been a consistent scorin%
threat. The guards will probably, be
Bill Johnson and Russ Wendlund.
Johnson has been in the starting
lineup since the first of the season
while Wendlund, a recent NUY
transfer and All-Conference guard at
Northwestern last year, will start for
the first time.
Injured Men Back
In the Wolverine camp things
looked better yesterday as the plague
of injuries subsided. Tommy King
appears to be in good shape after
suffering from a toe injury, while
Elroy Hirsch's ankle stood up well
through an intensive scrimmage.
Wayne Thompson and Bob Wiese
also worked out with the squad and
seemed to be on the road to recovery.
The actual scrimmage . yestlerday
still .left much to. be d.esired. :The
first-stringers could not get. stared
and were held in check..by, a fighting
reserive team. Coach Qosterb n. is
confident, however,. .that the ten
will once more hit its stride against

Big Ten Standings

beating the hapless Maroons, 70-27.
and dropping the Hoosiers, 62-43. The
Boilermakers totaled 132 points in
these two games, just short of the 138
total of Illinois in three contests. I
Charlie Haag, a freshman star at
Purdue last year, holds the current

Won Lost
Purdue. .......... 2 0
Northwestern ..... 2 .0
Iowa .2 0
MICHIGAN.......1 1
Illinois ...........1 2
Wisconsin.........1 2
Minnesota........0 2
Indiana .. ..... .....0 1
Chicago ..,...... 0 1
Ohio State ....... 0 0


Wings Take Exhibition
From Kingston Teani
KINGSTON, ONT., Jan. 12 .-_iP--
The, Detroit Red Wings trailed for 15
minutes tonight then struck for sev-
en goals without reply to pave the
way for an 11-3 exhibition conquest
of Kingston Frontenac Army.
The Army team, exiled from the
Ontario Hockey Association s senior
group this week by a Canadian Army
ruling, jumped into command mid-
way through the first period on goals
by Oar Peters and Ab Corrigan. Bill
Jennings opened the. scoring for the
National Hockey League entry after
15 minutes of the period,
The Wings seized Ithe initiative in
the second period, otscoring Fron-
tenacs 4-0, and built up their advan-
tage in the last period with six goalsl
against one by Foster.
Pros iid for Players
CHICAGO, Jan. 12. -fP-- Thet
most extensive scramble for player
material in the history of pro foot-
ball was under way today as pros-
pects developed at the annual mid-
winter meeting of the National Foot-
ball League that at least 11 teams
and perhaps 12 will operate in the
circuit in 1944.
It is doubtful if the college draft
will provide much player material. j
Out of 300 campus gridders raffled'
off last June, only 20 saw action in
the fall. Most clubs will depend on
discharged service men to fill out
their rosters.
c.c2 .a)tro)As2)
E. S. Brown, and "Michigan Thyroids
in an Iodine Era," by Professor C. V.
Biological Chemistry Seminar will
be held on Friday, Jan. 14, at 4 p.m.,
in Rm. 319 West Medical Building.
"Gastro-Intestinal Factors in theI
Utilization of Vitamin A and Its Pre--j
cursors" will be discussed. All inter-
ested are invited.

record of 10 field goals in one game
King is tied with Purdue's Bill Lodg
and Iowa's Lloyd Herwig for the mos
free throws in one game with six.
Individual scoring :
KING, MICHIGAN . .2 16 8 40
Patrick, Illinois ..... . 3 15 6 36
Danner, Iowa ........2 14 3 31
Judson, Illinois ./..r.. 3 14 2 30
Kirk, Illinois........3 8 12 28
Smith, Wisconsin . . ..3 12 3 27
Horn, Purdue.......2 11 4 26
lluffman. Purdue .... 2 10 5 25
Patterson, Wisconsin..3 11 3 25
Wendlund, Wis. ......3 11 2 24
Ward, Northwestern . .2 12 0 24
Haag, Purdue ........2 11 1 23
Lodge, Purdue ...... 1 8 6 22
Schadeler, N.W ......... 9 1 19
De Craw, Chicago ...1 6 5 17
Felt, Northwestern . .2 7 3 17
Graham, N.W. ...... 2 7 3 17
llerwig, Iowa ........2 5 7 17
Dick, Wisconsin ......3 6 4 16
Ives, Iowa ..........2 6 4 16
Jioppe Retains Lead
CHICAGO. Jan. 12.--iP)--Artful
Willie Hoppe, king of the cue ball,
held firmly to his lead over San
Fransisco's Welker Cochran today in
their 2,150-point cross-country ex-
hibition three cushion billiard match.
Hoppe won the final of today's
three 50-point blocks, 50 to 49, in 53
innings, after dropping the first two
sessions. Today's sessions gave Hoppe
a lead of 798 to 742.
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Turn Aewn i on to'.Basketball
For the first time in his collegiate unusual hnor for a second y ar
career, Elroy Hirsch, one of the out-Iman.
In his junior- and senior years he
standing athletes in the Western was picked on the all-conferencel
Conference has turned his attention football team and in addition ion..'
to basketball and from all indica- tinued to star in basketball and base-
tions it seems as though 1Iirsch will iball.
play a prominent role in future Wol- Stars Against Illini and Wildcats 7
verine a plars. After graduation, Hirsch entered
the University of Wisconsin where
he won his freshman numerals in
Hirh began his sports career at track and football. It was during his
Wausau High S(1lool in Wisconsin. sophomore year at the Badger insti-
The "Galloping Ghost" captured six tution that Hirsch really hit his
letters, three in basketball, two in stride. He was one of the nation's
football, and one in baseball. In his leading ground gainers last year and'
sophomore yea ri Hirsch was selected was selected on the Associated Press
on the all-state basketball team, an All-Conference team. It was his bril-
liant all-around play that accounted
for Wisconsin's great showing last
dE T N In the two Conference games thus.
far against Illinois and Northwestern
Hirsch has been the outstanding
!Wolverine rebound artist. His keen
LOST--Black Scheaffer Lifetime pen. defensive play has helped Michigan
Engraved, Wilson E. Shoup. Lost out of a number ef tight spots.
on campus. Reward. Call 7912.
LOST-Silver identification bracelet,
wings on fron Lost Saturday
night.RowardL Please call Martha
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BLUE WALLET lost at Michigan
Centr'al Depot Saturday afternoon.
Vola able for personal reasons. Re-
tur,1 to Dottie Uhl, Martha Cook.

Smith To'Swim
In. Billy- Smith, who was a fresh-
men - at.-Ohio State last year, the
Bluejackets have the greatest swim-
mer in the world. At present he holds
more world records than any other
individual. These marks are in al-
most every freestyle event from the
200. on up to 1400 yards. His most
outstanding records are: 2:07.7 for
the 220, 4.:38.5 for the 440, and 9:54.6
for the 880. Smith was eligible for
competition after the Western Con-
ference meet last year and paced the
Buckeyes to the National Collegiate
championship and the National AAU
indoor and outdoor championship.
Bluejackets Well-Balanced
Only a month ago eighteen year
old Jerry Kerschner, who is one of
'the youngest members of the squad,
defeated Smith in the 220. Consid-
ered one of the best swimming pros-
pects in the nation, Kerschner holds
the national prep school record of
2:16 in the 220.
Great Lakes is well fortified in the
backstroke and diving-events in
which Michigan is notably weak. Be-
sides Martin, the Sailors have an ex-
cellent diver in John Galvich, for-
mer Wisconsin AAU low board titlist.
In the backstroke they have Carl
Ahlhnan, interscholastic record hold-
er, besides several other freestylers
who can double in the dorsal event.
Tigers To Play Pirates
PITTS$URGH, Jan. 12.- (IP)-
Five games with the Detroit Tigers
are. on the spring exhibition schedule
of .the Pittsburgh Pirates. The clubs
will play April 8 and 9 at Evansville,
Ind., where the Tigers will train, and
April 14 at Muncie, Ind, Pittsburgh's
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