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Victory over Wolverines

Wison~t'~1viTh~niilearn came
gaiti its second i ini three Big Ten
starts by defct ;1i ng Michigan, 50 to
41, before a rowd~;I(Pi8,000.
Michigan's'TLorn KingConferiene
scoring leader,.was ablto wadd only
13, points to hi-; -40 point Big Ten
count. The !itshy vWolverine for-
ward was c losely gutarded on his un-
dler the b ,astshts which he ap-
pe r d ir 4 tlElroy Jlf ;:I i , a )lend-leasei° from
Wisconsin wopae center for
Michigan, goti1 pont on four bas-
kets and threcharz.Jity tosses.
Collecting six points in the first
two minutLes of play, the Badgers
took the leaid and never relinquished
it although only a point separated
the teams on several occasions. At
the half Wisconsin was ahead 25 to
20.
While Hirsch made a gallant bat-
tle at the back boards, the scrappy

Badgers ;fit th e maijorit- of re-
bounds.
Wisconsin dlid most of its scoring
on Ih tiffreethrow circle area, and
generally checked Michigan's short
game.
Teams ClashIi Tonight .. .
After losing to the Badgers in the
first of the two-game series at Madi-
son, the Michigan cagers will at-
tempt to get back on the victory trail
tonight in a return engagement with
the surprisingly strong Wisconsin
five.
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan will
have to devise some new defense
against Ray Patterson, the giant
Badger center whose 19 points and
brilliant play from the pivot position
was the big difference between the
two clubs.
The Wolverines must win tonight
if they are to remain in the running
for the Western Conference cham-
pionship. They now have a record of
one victory and two losses in Confer-
ence competition and another defeat
would put them pretty well out of
the running,. especially with several.
undefeated teams tied. for the Big
Ten lead.
After the doubleheader with the
Badgers, Michigan is next faced with
the prospect of meeting the present
Conference favorites, Purdue's power-
ful Boilermakers, who have swept
aside everything in their path to
date. Coach "Piggy" Lambert has
served notice on the nation that he

CtampusCagers
3egin Plaoff
This Aftemiooi
The new All-Campus B8as kethvdit
",eague opens at 1:30 p.m. today h
he fijrst of 'a series of > 1L. ', Cl1
.fled at the Sports Buildiing.
Two leagues of six teams have
been formed, and the teams represe,
various fraternity houses and inde-
pendent groups on campus. Phi Del-,
ta Theta fraternity has enlteredl two
teams, and the other teams entered
are The Michigan Daily, Theta Chi,
Alpha Tau Omega, Acacia, Theta.
Delta Chi, Phi Chi, Nu Sigm a Nu,
Sigma Alpha Elp~fflon, Sigma Chi, and
Phi Alpha Kappa.
The tournament will be run as a
round-robin fashion with each team
meeting every other team, All games
will be played on Saturday afternoons
with League I playing at 1:30, and
League II going on the floor at 2:30.
A trophy is to be awarded to the
champion of the two leagues, and
the playoff will see the winner of
League I- battling the top team of
League II. The team that places
second in one league will meet thel
second place winner of the other
league, and so on in the order, in
which they place.
Referees for the games have not
been selected as yet. Earl R~iskey, In-
tramural Sports Director, is conduct-
ing the tournament.
Today's schedule: 1 :30--Phi Delta
Theta Blues vs. Theta Chi; Michigan
Daily vs. Theta Delta Chi; Alpha Tan
Omega vs. Acacia: 2 :30-Phi Chi vs.
Nu Sigma Nu; Sigma Alpha Epsilon
vs. Phi Delta. Theta Whites; Sigma
Chi vs. Phi Alpha Kappa.
Zivic Beaten by LaMotta
DETROIT, Jan. 14.--W)--Jake La-I
Motta of New York punched out!l
another victory tonight over former
welterweight champion Fritzie. Zivic
of Pittsburgh ,taking a 3 to 1 edge in
their series. LaMotta, bigger and
younger, finished strong to gain the
10-round decision.

Second Win
SOugh t by
Puc ksters
By 1f41 STULT
mcvingLihe Ihome spotlight- alone
this week-end the Wolverine hockey
squad will try to make it two straight
ag;ainst a strong Woodstock, Ont.,
Army team at 8:00 tonight.
Coach Eddie Lowrey is planning to
start the same sextet that had so
much to do with that 4-2 win ever
Sarnia last week. This squad con-
sists of the high scoring line of Cap-
tain Bob Derleth, center; 'Ted Greer;
and. Johnny Jenswold, wings; Tom
Messinger and Bob Henderson, de-
fense, and Dick Mixer, goal.
A large crowd is expected. for, the
game and, although the Wolverines
will have a good many supporters in,
the stands, the boys from Woodstock
are bringing along a sizeable cheer-
ing section. Woodstock is carrying
15 players on its squad having three
forward .lines, two pairs of defense
men, and a goalie.
Even though the Wolverines have
lost a game this season they. have;
won one and considering last year's
record, Michigan hockey fans are in
for a good season. Playing a full-
schedule of 13 games last season. the.
Wolverines managed to win only one,
game before the end of' the season.
The trickling of, advance dope On
Woodstock that has come in has
definitely indicated that this Army
team will put a much stronger sextet
on the ice tonight than did Sarnia a
week ago. So, should the Wolverines
make it two in a row they will have.
established themselves as a hoe~ey.
squad that could reach high plat~es
among Michigan puck teams of the
Ipast.
College Basketball'
Ohio State 72, Indiana University
.16.
Northwestern 77, Chicago 20.
Purdue 51, Minnesota 38.

Seec Tra
Meet Today at
Field House
A. total of 120 ervie- [mn-- i
Army,. Navy and l~aeh
camnpus will icoumpeu t.I jn.ii
afternoon in atinua rc he
at Yost Field H=ous, .
The Navy ruled aa:lcv f~i
with nearly oehl ft> n '
being sailors from physicl;eu°a:io

From W1'ilcats, 46-w38

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con' op n, icigan l.third.
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MIC", NOW

classes which specl~i:itlizedF, in f tra i rsscrc'C( V1Y ii [me 2:U
Aspecial attrac'tio I n r tepbi.'~o~sathidT i n hs vmu 4-adfrey(estle~--wonlby'Malo-
wilbihInrneo t hidtknb h ur i\iflne1,M-rfi it igan:McCarthy. Michigan,
will tenthhurchathe WflverineY &ab-i econid; Kobli, .Northwestern, third.
timber topper from Detroi , t, Chucktfi 1 111 champion i inthe 50-yardTie i:11.8.
Finney,. who won the Big Ti (1o . felyewni seiltn,2Gin 40yadrla-onb icia
fer'enc.'e indoor low Lurdle it ~ilek (tl, t WOlto ; G ini Churvc, resyu-kon ,Mcoryan
year, and Art Upton7, half -iler, boli ~O 'art rela 1 earn Nuri!i - . thweshy, " 1seeo UId;tm:9.5.1
of whom were ltter winner o r *iiTh
Michigan last season, Bot mn ei
on campus this year, but murt~c i dv-, 3t00- aI rd edley reh y-- - won by Swimmers at Grea Lakes
ing' medicine under the ASTP pr()- Michigan K(Icssler, Coley, Pulfor~d):
gram which forbids their participia- othseri second.1 Time 3:.75. Wi~ithine victory uinder their belt
tion in varsity sports. 20aidfety-won by TNe lte Wo lv erine swimmeors- move on t
Some of the other men who will 1\TO'4tIl o Lw-l heptvr
bear watching today, are Bob Cas- ond; Pm~lakOS, ViMihi a, 11tir. Tille Cfil Blni jacke (Rtetoitl.
E ' 2Brt.n, lat year's Wolver-
pa; a Marine, who placed in two 222.2
hurdle events in the Varsity inter- I 50 yair(Ifi-eesty;.e--xou by Ch t{trh, e team c<<;_t. in, and "T-Bone-
squad meet before Cbristnms' ox Michigan; GC i mblIe, Nor~l.thwestern, Mar.Ttin7, former Wolverine diver, wil
Smrith, navy, Kalamazoo College afi~i- setod e-r'l orhetr.cnceagainst Michigan tonight
fete, who is entered in both the&'iLi.iue.3 as part of th ec, tt 1luejacket teamn
and low hurdles and the dashes; Dan Pai yYdiin iwomoy'w'u.'be,... -T- --- -v- ----M-1P
Mallory, Army, a favorite in ith e dis-°Nrhetr:Gnesn crh
tance events; Bob Grandy, a 'hurdle,wstrn second, K rygosk i, Michiga, n.tM IC H IG A N ,
and Jim Wallace, a sprinter, bo t of I1{i+-yard lfreestyle--won !)y Fries,, ONE NIGHT ONLY
the Navy. IM ichi , ti ; Gamrble, Ntorttwes itervn, MONDAY, JTAN. 17th
The schedule of events is as fol-
lows: 4:00 p.m.-High jumnp, pol )S f n lI .Fb
vault, shot put, broad jump, 65-tyardreFe.
high hurdles; 4:10 --- 65-y ard J lt>Sal'; e.tr1='it en~
hurdles; 4:20--one-mile 1run14:30 SimnAv a,,wich !, s '! old111,
60-yard dash trials ; 4:40-4 4 0- yard ;the Na,.t~-)I tioaliholiegia eand AAU
dash, run in sections with places det- t ,1toda :y wa added to tht;Wlist Of
termined by the best time; 4.50 -6i- learns4ichtls;t4i1a i l. host. to he-t r
yard high hurdles, semi-finasroiL cCnfrn'eCai-ponhp
finals; 5:00-65-y r oLu-de, a I int O, J i o e bL . tp19. fih
semi-finals and finals; 5,10---lralf- FCib>.i's the da-teet o ir hA Ohio
mile; 5:20-60-yard dash finalIs; 5:30 tat invasion. This added match
--two-mile run; 5:40-mile relay. gives the Wolverine tan-kmen four VERDI'S
NV--- successive homne .meets. Great Lakes
NAYBASKETBALL swims hee'next Saturday, Jan. 22, 4 AD
Gyrenes 3G, Sea Wolves 23. Purdule on the 20th, while Ohio Statek
Papr dll 43 FrstComan 2S jand Northwestern aresceud for! Seats New -- $2.10, $1,65, $2420
Pae'ols3 FrtCmay28 ceue ox office n ens 10 A.M. daily
Fouled Anchors 37, Barnaclecs 25. 1 the 12th of February.;________

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has molded another
nally fine teams.

of his peren-

Backboard Blues
MICHIGAN- G F PF TP~
Strack, f......... 3 1 4 7
King, f.......... 4 5 2 1
Hirsch, c........... 4 3 1 1
Seymour, c ........0 1 2 1
Ketterer, g....... 3 1 3 7
Lund, g.......... 1 0 a 2
Totals .......15 11 15 41
WISCONSIN- (G F PFP1.P
Smith, A. ,., ..3 1 4 7
Dick, f ..>.....--3 4 0 10
Dykstra, f--------1I : 0 3
Patterson, c°-----. 9 1 3' 19.
Johnson, g-----. I' 0 2 2
Selbo, g<--......-0 .1 0 1
Wendland, g>..... .3 2 2 8a
Total-, ......20, a U 11 501
1iaift iv s-eore: Wisconsin 25,
Michlgan !0.
Free throws missed : Michigan-
Strack, King, Hirsch 2, Ketterer;
Wisconsin-Smith 2, Dick, Patterson'
2, Johnson, Selbo 2, Wendland.
Officials: Bill Hlaarlow and Carl
Johnson.
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State and Huron Sts.
Edward H. daiMitr
Miss Janet Wilson, Organist
10:40 A.M. Unitarian-Friends Church School.
11:0.0 A.M. Service of Worship with Mr. Red-
man preaching on the book, "Subject India,"
by Brailsford.
STUDENT CENTRk
(Missoui sy~n~u
1511 Washten w Ave.
Rev. Alfred Scheips, Pastor
Sunday at 1.1:00 Divine Service, with sermnon by
the pastor. "Thy Kingdom lCome."
Sunday from 3 to 6. "Opeat Hoiuse.' Interested
-persons are cordially invited to see the
Lutheran Student Center, which in~cludes a
chapel, social rooms, kitchen for student sup-
pens, living quarters for the pastor and his:
wife, and rooms for out-of-town guests of
Lutheran Students and Servicemen.
FIRST CHURCH 6F CHRISt SCIENTIST
409 S. Division St.
Wednesday evening service at 8:00
Sunday morning service ait 10:30
Subject: "LIFE"
Sunday School at 11:40.
A free Reading Room is maintained by this
church at 106 E. Washing ton St., where time Bible
and all of Mr-s. Eddy's ,,ritings may be read,
borrowed or purchased. Hours: Open daily,:ex-
cept Sundays and holidays, 11:30 to 5, Saturday
to 9:00.
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
420 W. Huron St.
E. A. DeMille, Pastor, 420 W. H1uroi. 1,.
10:00 A.M. Sunda~y School.
11:00 A.M. and 8:00 P.M. Pr e w7hin g_ -
Rev. D. M. Wells of Wayne, Mich., Jjlob the
guest speaker for bo; 7th Sunay serv ices,
7:00-8:00 P.M. Young,, Pcople i charnge.
Y.P.M.S. cottage prayecr meeting announced
from the pulpit Sunday morning.
Thursday 7:45 P.M. Prayer meeting,
LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION
Sponsored jointly by the Zion and Trinity
Lutheran Churches
Zion Lutheran Church
E. Washington and S. Fifth Ave.
10:30 A.M. Church Worship Services.
Sermon by the Rear. E. C. Stellhorn

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Sunday, Jan. 16
"The Quest for Happiness"
by Miss Elnma S. Lundahl, Secretary
Tble public is cordiailly invited,
MRicii L11!t. :00 RM.,

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IFIRST PRESBYTERIANI CHURCH
1432 WaUjltenaw Ave.
William P. Lemon, D.D., Minister
Franklin Mitchell, Director of Music and
Or~yanist
E. Gertrude Campbell, Director of Christian
Education
9:30 A.M. Chburch School, Junior, Intermediate
and Senior Classes,
10:45 A.M., Nursery, Beginners and Primary
5:00 P.M. TxsSceywisi service will be
led by Bairre Lermnon. R'eports of World Fel-
loiip nit will be madle1by Nancy MacKa e
and Jane ;Dahlberg.
0:00 P.M. Westminster Student Guild supper
and fellowship hour. - Mr. Earle Harris will
lead a discussion on "The Gentile Problem,"

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Saturday, 8:30 Open house in the Guild House.
Sunday--
10:00 A.M. Roger Williams class discusses "The
Teachings of Jesus" in the Guild House.
11:00 Morning Worship in the Church.
Sermon, "WhatLever Happens',
5 :00 Roger Williams Gutildi meets in the Guild
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Theodore R. Schinale, Pso
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Morning Worship, 10:30 A.M.
Communion Service
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