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TII~USDA1 FEW-ltr 144

JE MCiI(A.N fDAIL)

FAQE THREE

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Cagers, Mermen. in Action This Week-End

Red Wingf)s Meet LoivlIy RcangelrS

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Wolverine Quintet To
Meet Hapless Chicago
Tharous have Sff;ered Five Big Ten Defeats;
iag WilI Attempt To Raise Scoring Average

Birow djulfping Sp'ecialist

Swim ne Ts Meet, Northw estern;
Purle S- nad Towgh Oppoiient

NEW YORK, Feb. 9.- -The De- o night,
troit Red Wins have an excellent1:wYokRnestiro ig.'
chance to tighten their grip on the In their last three games, the Wings
National Hockey League's second have gathered 5 to 0, 15 to 0 and 1-
place by defeating the cellar-dwelling to 2 victories over the Rangers.

By DAVE LOEWENBERG
V ich igan's cage squad went
through its most intensive drill of,
the' week in 'preparation for the Sat-
urday night tilt against Chicago, to,
be played on their home grounds..
The Wolverines should have an,
easy time in c(alking up their fourth.
conference victory of the season, as
the hapless Maroons have still been
unable to shake themselves loose.
from the clutches of the Big Ten cel-
lar. Chicago's lone victory this sea-
son was registered over a Chicago
Tech aggregation which took up or-
ganized basketball for the first time
this year. The Maroons have suffer-
You'll still have plenty of
time to wear a good warm
overcoat and suit this win-
ter. February's just begun,
and then there's all of
March!
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is J AIaI Buldtw,

ed five consecutive setbacks at the
hands of Purdue, Northwestern, Illi-
nois, Ohio, and Iowa. All of these
scores have been of the lopsided var-
iety.
King Can Improve Record
This game against Chicago will be
an excellent opportunity for Michi-
gan's Big Ten Scoring leader, Tommy
King to bolster his individual scoring
record. King leads the conference
parade with 137 pointo, three more
than his closest rival, Dick Ives of
Iowa. Ines, however, has played three
games less than King. It was Ives,
brilliant record-smashing perform-
ance against Chicago last week-end
that elevated him to his present po-
sition. Ives scored 43 points against
the lowly Maroons and the Iowa
quintet en masse gathered 103 points,'
which made Iowa the proud possessor
of two new conference scoring rec-
ords.
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan divided
the Wolverine squad into two teams
and the second stringers managed to
eke out a 20-18 verdict over the first
eam. Bill Seymour paced the win-
ners by ringing up four field goals
for a total of eight points. Seymour
was especially effective under the
backboards.
The first team looked rather sloppy
in today's drill and couldn't seem to
hang on to the ball for any length of
time. However, Coach Oosterbaan
did strike a note of optimism when
he stated that the team "was in good
shape and should snap out of its
slump soon."
Pail lrrout, Tiger
liwler, Is Now i-A
DiTROIT, Feb. 9.-(UP)--Paul (Diz-
zy) Trout, a 20-game winner in 1943
for the fifth place Detroit Tigers, has
been reclassified 1-A by his draft
board, the Detroit club learned today.
He is 28 years old and the father of
two children.
Five members of the 1943 Tiger
team are in the armed forces and
four others are awaiting induction.,
Sailors Whip Irish
GREAT LAKES, Ill., Feb. 9.-IRA)-
Great Lakes' Bluejackets scored an
easy 84 to 48 triumph over Notre
Dame tonight, for their 25th victory
in 27 starts and their 18th in a row.

By JIM LEWY
With four Conference wins to their
credit, the ' niversity of Michigan
swimmers. will be gunning for their
fifth straight Victory when they meet
the Northwestern Wildcats Saturday
night at 7 :30 at the Shorts Building
pool.
The Wolverines defeated the Pur-
ple squad yin theil last dual meet, 46-
38. Our mermen were forced to come
from behind to deat the Wildcats in
Evanston, thus making Northwestern
the only team in the Bi Ten to come
close to beating the Wolverines so
far.
Northwestern IsTough Opponent
In the first meet, the Wildcats
scored heavily by capturing many of
the second and third places in the
events won, by Michigan. Merton
Church, won the 50-yard free style
for Michigan but was closejy followed
by Nill Gamble of Northwestern. The
Wolverines' crack relay team com-
posed of Mert Church, Chuck Fries,
Ace Cory and Achilles Pulakus, will
be entered in the 440-yard free style
race which they won in Evanston.
The Purple squad won four out of
nine events in the initial contest be-
tween the' two schools. HeiniKessler
will face Ed Walsh of Northwestern
who previously won the 220-yard
breaststroke, and Bill Cooley will have
to outswim Wildcat Bob Trimble, win-
ner of the 150-yard backstroke event.
Paul Maloney and Johnny McCarthy
who won first and second places in
the 440-yard freestyle for the Wol-

verines, will be pitted against Pete
K.oblish of Northwestern, who gave
them a fine race in the previous meet.
CLASSIFIED
DIRECTORY

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Today throu~gh' Satuurday

CARL NICHOLS
. . who has been leaping well
over 22 feet in practice, and is ex-
pected to cop first place against
Western Michigan Saturday night.
Nichols is formerly from the Uni-
versity of Missouri.

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Westefn Michigan Sat rday

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Club, 4145. Reward.
FOUND-Gentleman's ring. Owner
may have same by calling at 4012
U.H.S. and paying for this ad.
LOST-Pearl necklace with large am-
ethyst pendant. Valued as keep-
sake. Reward. Contact Daily.
LOST: Wallet with identification
papers in Waterman Gymnasium
Saturday morning. Please return
, to office in Waterman Gym.
N. Rojas.
LOST-Pearl necklace believed lost
at Navy Ball, or between IM Build-
ing and 400 block Division. Finder
please notify John White, 434 Will-
iams, West Quad. Reward.
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Also
CARTOON
and NEWS

ROBERT INlI'
Star of "Goodbye, a "39 ps .n
wi#h
VALERIE1403SWNLTERS RILL.A

By BILL LAMBE
Although the Michigan track squad
is favored to take Western Michigan
with ease Saturday night, the meet
promises plenty of interesting angles
from all standpoints.
The sprints are shaping up to look
like one of the outstanding parts of
the meet. Both Bob Nussbaumer,
fleet back from last year's football
team, and Bruce Blanchard, this sea-
son's baseball captain, have been
running neck and neck in practice
time trials, neither beating the other
twice in a row. This will be the first.
time they will run against each other
in actual competition. Although both
these Wolverines are good sprinters,
they may both have to leave the
tape-breaking to Western Michigan,
who brings its comet Dick Radcliffe
here with an impressive record so
far this season. He turned in a
sparkling :6.4 in the 60-yard dash
against Notre Dame.
John Roxborough, the long strid-
ing half-miler, who is, as Coach Doh-

erty puts it, "in the best condition of
his life," is expected to turn in some
fine running come this Saturday
night. If the competition pushes
him, he should be expected to turn in
one of his' finest races.
Michigan's Carl Nichols, a former
letterman from the University of
Missouri, is the man to watch in the
broadjump, according to his pre-
meet form. Nichols, who two years
ago jumped 23'4"- outdoors, has been
reaching 22 ft. 6 in. in practice, and
is being counted on to really hit the
board for the Maize and Blue. He is
expected to -be in even better form
later on in the season, because of the
fact that broadjumping requires slow
conditioning. This means that he
may equal his leaps of two and three
years ago.
PEM Boys in 2-Mile
The 2-mile run will be somewhat
of an innovation, inasmuch as all the
men running for Michigan have been
drawn frot the Physical Education
classes. Only one man has had any
previous varsity experience, Bob
Thompson, who donned the spikes
for Michigan State last year.
The half mile and the mile runs
are practically put in the Michigan
win column already, with the ┬░Hume
twins, Roxborough and Dick Barnard
toeing the mark.

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