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Cagers, Mermen

Hckecy Squrad FaceOp-posiion

TonI~Ilt

Gopher AMat7en
Rq'est Match
With Varsity
Prepare Grapp ers
For NText Opponents
By BANK MANTRO
Coach Ray Courtright, whose hopes
for a full wrestling schedule this year
have been continually shattered, re-
ceived some good news today as the
Gophers of Minnesota requested. a
match with the Wolverines for Feb.
5 at Ann Arbor
This mwatch was dther heartening
to the grapplers, who have only had
one mheet so far this season. It will
take the place of the mnatch with
Northwestern, slated for the 'same
dlate. It will also be the first time
in many years that the Maize and
Blue have mnet a wrestling suad from
Minnesota.-
Minnesota Is IPowerfuli
'Minnesota officials got in touch
with Corkey just re~'ently and asked
for one nmatch wtith hisltem. This
meeting with the Gophiers is ot def-
finite yet, but the 'Only thing lacking
is absolute confirmation from Minne-
sota. 1ron all retorts, the Gophers
have a power-laden team, composed
of many veter ans who h ave been
transferred there in iitary pro-
grams.
This aggregation from Minneapolis
is coached by Stanley Blenson, once
one of the best wrestlrs in the con-
try. Henson wrestled at Oklahoma
A and M, winning the Nationals 'in
the 145-pound division for three
years, He was also on the :American
team which toured Europe, and
coached, the plebes at the Naval
Academy before coming to Minnesota.
Therefore, the' Wolverines can look
for a scrappy and well-drilled team
when Henson brings his boys to 'town
Plan Squad M~atchs Today
The matmen have gone, through
another week of intensive drills, and
will climax this week today when
they have their fourth intr-squad
match of the current campaign. The
boys have worked on 'take-downs,
pinning holds, anid other fundanmen-
tals all week in preparation for this
'meet.
The next mwatch for the Michigan
gr'applers will be with the Boiler-
makers of Purdue, Jan. 29, if this
meet is not also called off before
tlilesci wdalldt tue arr ive. Purdue
had 'indicated earlier Gha~t they want-
ed t~o drop thbis match, but they may
still meet the Maize andt blue, Court-
right said,
'Seahawks fRef use lMatefi
"It's 'too bad about the open dates
on the schedule, but I am giving the
team a chance to wrestle against
each other so they will e ready
when the snatches come," the coach
added.
Corky ha also been trying to
schedule some military teams, name-
ly, Navy Bier and'the Towa, Seahawks,
in an effort, to build uip the schedule,
but this too has been in vain. After
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TAKIN #: AS
fly ED Z4LIENSKI
flD"y Spartu Edfi r
t 'When the Iloilermakers Boiled.. .
FO R 23 YEARS the Michigan cagers have been trying to crack that hard
Lafayette shecll that Coach Piggie Lambert has built around his Purdte
teams, It has been that long since a Michigan quintet won a game from
Purdue beforea Lafayette, Ind., audience. Tonight, the Wolverines will
again try to do what they haven't done since January, 1921.
C was thumbing through the January, 192, 'files of The Michigan
Daily yesterday and found the story oin that last. victory at. Lfawtte
that was the talk of the ampuis for weeks. It was headed,'"Puridue
H4umbled, 211-23.1' It was TIc iiupet of the Clonferenee. llere' s what
Tfhe Daily said:
"Not content with upsetting the dopesters by wining over CChiago
Sa tu rda y night, the Michigan basketball team continued its winnfing
streak last. night by triumphing over the heretofore ndefated Purdue five
at Lafayette by the score of 28 to 23. Although one of the fostest. teams in
the Conference, Purdue was unable to break through thec Varsity's five-na
defense, while the Wolverines, by virtue of supferior pass wot:, kept pos-
session of the ball a greater part of the evening.
"So well did the Wolverines guard their opponents that onlly five
field g~tls were registered against the Maize and Blue. The rma~ining
Pardne points were accouinted for by the remarkable fol shooing of
Captain White, Boilermaker forward, who caged 13 free throws. The
large number oif fouls called during the game tells the story of one o
the most bitterly fought games among' Big Ten fives this season .. .
WITO WERE THE STARS of that game for Ilie rampagingt Wolverines?
Testory said . .. "Both fr~al~us am'! Miller were tanisi ied fr'aoo1the
Igamon f personal fols . . . But Tud Rea, M ich)igati gurd, cot iued leis
Igreat basket shooting and dropped two more spectacular shots hrouigh
the mesh, while Duke Dunne again scored three baskets fioti thle field.'
And Bud :Rea. who as Walter H. Tea or clean Rea is Assistat.
Dean of' Students and Auditor of Student Organizations, was one of
the stars of Michigan's 19-15 triamph over Purdue on the hole court..
Tile Boilermakers were held to one field goal largely through the brril-
liant defense work of Rea and Williams, a guard.
However, it was that first game that Rea still remeerntls vividly, 'iea
Purdue court was small and there wasnt too muchi Voom1)oiiid te
floor for fans, The rabid Hoosiers literally crowded the gymn toIthe rafters,
leaving just enough room for the sidelines to e visible. And this crowd
was 105 per cent Purdue, the extra five being for its belligerent attitude.j
M ICIJIGAN took an early lead and then refused to give it up. The l
fact that the Boilermakers scored just five field goals and that. there ]
were abiout 45 prersonal fouls called against the two t eams tells the r
story of how closely the 'Wolverines iuarded Prdue. Writ it doesn't.
half tell of the crowd's bitterness.
With only minutes left to play Michigan decided1 to fre'i ate ball.
The absence of the 10-second rule allowed Rea and Willias to fall back
under the Michigan basket and pass the ball back and fourth. Whien ale
Boilermakers tried to break it up, Michigan sweptit)11wlu' ort. and
then repeated the process until the gun sounded.
The gade may have ended for the pilayers, bt iot for tlhe airr'
fants. They stormed out on the court and jostled the Wolverinets wot
jhad to fight their way out. Coach tItctMather who carried a .itig of wter
iinder one %rut and the basketball under the te, wa ,iraciallV:11
pushed oul. of the building.Ii t nook 1 i'due at long tialeto I t eover
the defeat.
Michigan's stunning triumph atTOhio son vs. Chuck Tlelfer; LouiiWhel~r
State, other squads are hesitant( vs. John King; George Mcinrtyre vs.
about accpting meets with Michigan.{ Lou Nielson, and Johnny Greene vs.
Today's Matches Are Listed1 Jimi Gales. This one should prove
Someof he eatredtils tdayto be the highlight. of the entire
Someof he eatredtils tdaymeet.
are: Phil Carlson vs. Alan Holcombe; Coach Courtright is Making son
Monty Shurtliff vs. Bob Gittins; Dick of his men do yeomtan duty, and these
Freeman vis. B3ob'Reichert, George dsignated men will wrestle two
Curtis vs. Lowell Oberly; Hugh Wi- matches today. In the secon1
_._-____-____._ _---._-- - s achs, reen'iaii met Glitting:
Oberly battles Warick; Curti tc kles
'K ~v v's ~ Wilson; Galles takes o Tell'r: and
IGreene faces Wheeler.

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Swimmters Meet Stron g itekeygTeirn

___ Bluejackeet Squatd Againt
(~eti ~ -4fliglbhl O h ' ilsi i mel.x('10U =flurfirtpaeI'
S'i ' ira jt 9Ioil S ad a sort of pre v 1' is10nhu l 1)fsptn rsCari
co mr e gets u n dt e r w y at; t . 8 pi .n , tu- 1 i s.~ M r h r h in t e 5 n
i~ l~fii~ ~ary night at thie Sports Building pool ,100-ya{ ( rd fresty le ev ents. Heiier
Ulpset mg Teni Leaders when the i ze and Blue swimmilers Iese ntebes.toe h
face the Bluejackets of Great La-kes i 0-y r r ty (-ompost t114'hl m Irt.

LLU"AY I r71Ml, rid. Jan. 21 .-(Ml~- I m aUimeettamiglit. very well (de-
Ward. Laniber t's Purdue Bilermak--

[ers came from behind twice tonight
to snare their fifth successive West-
ern Conference basketball decision
at lte expense of Michigan in ;m
otverhtimecotitest, 46 to 44.
Paeitcd by the brilliant I Dave shrack
the WolverinesIlmved otliin front
at the outset, and;mintao;ined the ad-
vantage throughou t he first hl lf.
which o'loscd t.2;3 to 1ll for t~he ist
ihigani ; withstood the Purdue se-
cond hail f rally until only ten seconds
of reguilation time remained, when
bill Lodge, Boilermaker forward,
closeAs a 42-to-40 gap with a 'tip-in
field g2oal. Again Benny 0o sterbaan's
invaders went out in front in the
over time ;session with at quick basketl
by Tom King, but PaulilKoffman
drove uinder to knot the count with a.
mniute left, and. Charley Haag iced.
it for the htome fire with a , horf two-
point er withI 15 seconds 1o, go.
the' defea i v was ttefourt~h intfive
Con ferenCe starts f(or Michig'al. or(,
of th(e pre-season [t vortes c.
stnrak, Wolverine lorward, and
1-Joimant, Pnudue freshmian ace, tied
for scoring laurels with 19 points
apiece. King, leading Michigan scor-
er' and one of the Conference leaders,
was held to six points on three field-
Folio wing last night's heartbreak-
ing 46-44 overtime defeat by Ward
Lambert's Purdue Boilermakers,
Michigan's basketeers will try tol
avenge the loss in a. return engage-
inent this evening.
1ie (defeat was thie fourth inl five
Conferecoshimrts fon [ic meluckless
Wolvercines, while Pun-due racked up

WhJ~f ite Hopein /j110

I'ries.
MALoImey Faces Sith
Paul111Ma1lney, NatLionatl AAU out,
door nMr111111an1d five imile champ,
will bthe OMa1,ize and Blue entry to
tace GreT01Lakes 11il Smith in the
'('ords 111;1n aily other'i' iivli al,
is Nat~iil 220 and 4410 chatnip, and
11we It wo tilist shouild wage te
it battle inltHe qu)a1*,.e,1.mile.
Wcrak in tile diving and backstrokce.
tihe Woilv'er ine Will have tLo )racti-
('ally conlcede first antd second ins
thee vents to !theSailors, Ini thw
220, Great Lakes will aain us tt:e
Smith along wvith Jerry Kerschner,
who has come closer to beating the
stludentswill bhe admitted to the
ireat Lakesi-%Wolverine swviming
melet tonlighi fol. 40 eents anld pre-
sentation o(f their ideiltific'.1tiolu
yards,
1-, 1iawha sitm .;1 ian anyone else1 ..
Ker sehiier, Inyear old fo rmter Mer-
t1eersbiln'g Academty swimmtrer, finished
second to Sith~l in the 220 last week
in addition, io cap urinig firist in iiie
century in, the slow int' of :5:3.2.
Veterans To Return
'T'onight will also find two :former
Maize and Blue swimmers returning
to the Vars ity pool for the first time
since the end. of the 1942 season. For-
mer capta in D~obby Burton and T-
Bone Mar tin are now swimming un-
den Bluejacket colors and should re-
ceive quite a hearty welcome from
their former coach, Matt Mann. Bur-
ton is entered in the sprints, while,
Martin will perform on the spring-
~board.

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hle Micigan ulColiseum 11will -see I
well organized RCAF teamu from Fin-
gal, O1t, Playing the revamped WL\-
ver-inc sexttwhich is out, to win l~tths
game t o imake up for it the0) r
sp)otty shwing agaw~inst Woodstocik
last week.
Coach Eddie Lowrey freels that fit
has a -much stronger team mtha n-t
6aturday,'s 6-1 defeat would indiente
Lowrey said, "Every hockey team lits
an off-evening once during2, a seasonl
and last Saturday was ours',, very-
tling Lthe boyvs did turried olt, ho be
wrrong and -as a re sult the tnl
looked disourganized." Lo~wrey is con-
fident the Wolvevries will pt u 11)a
good fight antd stand an excellett
chance of coming out on top tWiliglt,,
It is fairly certain thiat Lowre~y will
start Vince Abbey, Johnny Jeniswold
and Ted Greer as his first forward
line, with Greer centering 'the., line.
Bob Henderson =antd Tomn Messinger
will againl stlart at the defentse pods
with D ick Mixer in the 'Wolvern
nets.
The Fiiugal teamn is br1iugiziga.
squad of tenl playerxs to Ann A -hor,
having two Forward lines, thriee (In~
fensemren and a;I goalie.
Admission for students is 40 erts
with identification eard, general ad-
mission is 75 cents.

PAUL MALONEY

cide who will take the National AAI
championships here two nmonths
hence.
The Wolverines are out for revenge
for last week's 60-24 setback at the,
hands of the Sailors, and Coach..Mat~t
Mann's armada is in top shape to go
all out against the Bluejackets.
its fifth straight victory to remain in
the running for the title. The Boil-
ermakers entered the game in a four-
way tie for first place with North-
western, Iowa, and Ohio Slate.
Another Tough Otte

-4Probable Line Iup's
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Gre~er C llrot n
Jonswold F Zlnnf
Michig,,aAlternates: AthenIs, LDer-
leth, Upton, Anderson, Brightmeyor.
Fingal Alternates: Lagar, MVcC'snntl
Walsh., McCarthy.

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PickedToday
Makeup 01f lMichigan's two-mile re-
Jay team for its first puoblic appear-
ance of the 4944san wiltl lx! d-
cid(e at 4 p~iu. today .vin th11 i,,d
House when two trial heats -of thw
8 80-yar(d run are,: he IP(]it I((.
Coach ken Dohrhal slrady
decided thait his vete(ra:n qurterciet
sa , B b Cfr, adJohnnYy Rox bonougli will lie on it,,
but cacn't, make u~phins mitnd a bout.
thle other two PlacesO".
T['le reason is obvious, for Capt~a um
Bob fllm~, histwin brother-s,
and Dick 1B::rnard ai-ae fighitingforHie
two open b(,rths. All thuree have beetn
matched in time secondi 880-yar'd hog I
this afternoon, and lthe I'irst twitciii
will undotibtedly be pic'ke.d.
Belf Mile, Rtun Last
The h:11'i -il whets are the lest,
w ei,)iVents on today's time trials
which include ple lc 1tatI 1 li,
highl jum tnj 2 , shopia, at 2:30, two
4140-yVard dshhelst 3:15, '0(11 hi'
ile hand onle-ha;l1f at,;3:30.
Tnhere is soitiW possibility f',hat Ufe
may not run on time relay fteam c hmje
hie is also entered in the 600-yarid
special. Ross H~une may compete, in
another' event,' hich also ind ica te,s
that he may not runi. It is hly1'%
Possible that Doherty will Cake the
Flume twins and Barnard alohag re-
gardless of their showing today,

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Sore at l~ iL~I'-ita'igaI ~
Purdue 18.
tScor'e Ot('ed of reg ilI' ir t'ivi1"'-''
Purdue 42; Michiga- 42.
Friee throws missed -Mlvicliiin:
Strack, King 3. Purdue: HioffWI;M 2,
Kien-redy 3. Lodge 5,.flitat'.
FaTo r ndre , V a pt i f ty e
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Drysdale, Who -was the National
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three years and Bi- Ton backstroike
champion fotr thme, sanmre 1)(,iO 1'
tine, received l thi wid btt' lst' (f
hris exceptional researich inl the field
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