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Swim ers, Gindermen Wolverine Pucksters Taken
Meet in Gonference Tilts y Viekers A.C. Sextet, 43
1y NK MANTHO Michigan Nalalors Fightin' Illini Oilers Gilbert Chalks Up Winning Goal in Overtime
Day!Sports Editor Face Keen Rivalry Major Track Threa Period-;Greer, Silentich Tally for Michigan
BUD__________yHAK___By RUTH ELCONIN
By BUD ROVIT y hANK KEISER .Playing one of its most exciting hockey contests of the season, dhe
E BEST basketball player in the Mid-West circuit this season was Hitting the keynote of a climactic Coach Ken Doherty's Michigank
undoubtedly big George Mikan, All-American center from De Paul swimming season, eight major Big track squad, seeking its fifteenth In- in an overtime game which finally ended by a score of 43.
Ten colleges will vie for Conference door Conference title, is slated to
DePaul copped 18 of its 20 games this year, and although his team honors tonight in Patten Pool at face an imposing array of Big Ten The Wolverine's starting lineup was relatively the same as it had been
was beaten twice, Mikan was never outplayed. Illinois and Great Evanston, as some of the finest swim- teams tonight in the University of in previous matches. It was expected that Captain Ted Greer would begin
Lakes were the onK cage squads able to defeat the Demons. Against mers in the Midwest will compete in Chicago's Field House. at defense because of the loss of Bob Henderson. but instead Coach Vic
Illinois, Mikan scored 26 points, and he also managed to tally 24 points a star-studded program. Illinois Powerful Heyliger had Greer at right wing and the first forward line was completed
in the Great Lakes tilt. As Coach Matt Mann, of Michigan, Illinois' cindermen pose the chief with the two old standbys of CarlT -
embarked for Evanston yesterday, he threat to the Maize and Blue's su- Sulentich at center and John Jens- Play was again slow at the beginning,
Many of the fans cordially dislike Mikan because of his advantage in admitted that the championship premacy by virtue of their 58 to 46 weld holding down the other wing but after the first ten minutes both
height over other players, and because of his adeptness and coordination would be between Ohio State, Pur- triumph over the Wolverines in last spot. Defensemen were Bob Graham squads displayed an agressive spirit
on the court. however, any coaches who have sent teams against DePaul ddue, and Michigan, but also added week's dual meet at Champaign. The and Herb Upton, and Dick Mixer was which lasted for the remainder of the
this year, and those who watched Mikan play with objective attention, hopefully, "I'm sure my boys will do fightin' Illini are expected to score in again guarding the goal. tilt.
all agree that he is a great ball player. their best, and that's all I can ask every event except the shotput, thus
in angAll thatthe isaregonasfeagroundyir. for' amassing a high point total which The first period started off very It looked as if the Wolverines
So, in choosing an All Mid-Western team, you are on safe ground in The Varsity the Michigan squad will find hard to fast; both sides had possession of were going to gain their fifth vic-
starting with Mikan for center. The Wolverines entered in the best. the disk and kept passing it back tory of the year when Sulentich
Ch h However. the Maize and Blue. de- and forth. Vickers drew first blood boeteteb aigoeo h
First choice as' a forward would be tendered to Max Morris of meet, are Captain Mert Church, HoerheMieadBue-an rh Vkrsrwfrtbld broke the tie by making one of the
Northwestern, afrst year man. Wi t e a losing team, Morris led the Chuck Fries, and Heini Kessler, alli fending champions, are not as bad by scoring at 15:47 of the opening ~ best shots of the match from mid-
Conference in scoring at the outset, and his in9 pints fortie season 1944 defending Big Ten champions, off as might be thought at first ob- stanza with Les Brodeur, defense- ice, but Vicker snapped Michigan's
e hin sorig aues , sr sBob Mowerson, Gordon Pulford, Bob servation, according to Coach Doh- man, breaking through the Maize hopes when Albert Huot scored the
gave hi high scorg laurels. Munson, Bob Breen, rank Ander- erty. "Although our tentative point and Blue defense with the aid of tying marker at 14:39 the third
For the other forward, it is a toss-up between Vince Boryle of Notre son, Ralph Chubb, Carl Agriesti, and total is less than Illinois'" the Coach his two teammates Bill Ward and period and the game went into
Dame and Dick Ives, 17-year-old sensation from Iowa. Boryle was one Ed Pulkman stated, "ours are less likely to be Peppy Kosavak. Four seconds be- overtime with the score standing at I
DJeadDc vs 7ya-l esto rmIw.Brl a n upset by other competing teams." fore the close of the period, Mich- he insah
of the mainstays of the Irish quintet and contributed much to Notre Mann is resting particular respon- ues other igan tied the score when Greer,
Dame's highest scoring team, while Ives, after a slow start, became one of sibility on Gordon Pulford and Bob Humes Favoreds In the second overtime period, the
the hot shooters in the Big Ten race. Ives racked up 26 points in the Munson, his two backstrokers, b are those two veteran performers the visitors nets, and the openingVickers' rinksters broke the tie and
Indiana and Purdue contests, but he started too late to approach the 208 cause, since Bob Tribble, former rose Bo ve pefes, the mhorsnetsian the nn Visiters brok the tie an
ponsh soe o edIheCneenels aostl aa Ingt Navy V-12 student at Northwestern, Ross and Bob Hurme These sab- phase of the match ended with the the Visitors sewed up the match when
points he scored to lead the Conference last season, still managing to has dropped out of intercollegiate warts, co-owners of the 944 Confer score at one-all. George Gilbert, aided by Kananen,
break into the select group in the 100 point-total column, competiton t bakstroe event istcr mile crown are favoredn to re mr ed throgh he Michigan e at
aieopnafi.peat their victorious feat by again Inomainwthhearerp- 3:22 to score the winning goal and
junior Kirk of illinois and Mickey McGuire of Great Lakes are a wide open affair. taking honors in this event. In addi- iod the second stanza was character- the game ended with Vickers defeat-
easily the best guards in the vicinity. Kirk paced the Illini all season i Backstroke Chances tion, the Hume boys will probably ized by relatively slow playing. Hey- ing Michigan 4-3.
and engineered Illinois to a decision over DePaul, while McGuire was Pulford, who doubles as a utility compete in either the two-mile or liger's charges forged ahead of Vick-
known for his tremendous speed, as well as an accurate shot, ieesteadiay Muon, who as half-mile races. unassisted
been steadily improving all season, OteMihgnas.cuedo ers when Greer scoredunsitd
Other Michigan aces. counted on
This Mid-Western team could play any other All-Star selected squad have, according to Mann, "an excel- to enhance the team's chances for but a few minutes later the visitors E1 , I a
from any section in the country and come out with flying colors. Some of lent chance of placing in their spe- victory are: Bob Thomason, Archie captured the puck, and retaliated to
these players will make the All-American squad. In fact, the whole team cialty, while teammate Ed Fulkman Parsons, Ross Willard, Charlie Bird- again make the score even, when Bob
could easily pass as such. should prove to be a valuable asset sall and George Vetter. Thomason Petaza marked,assisted by Albert w ,
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Them mand Parsons are scheduled to enter Maniko.
The program of the meet as it in the mile event, while Willard and The two teams went into action in
e y h k stands now is as follows: in the 50- Birdsall will toe the mark in the the final period withthe score stand-
i yard freestyle event, the main corn- two-mile clash, ing at a deadlock of two goals apiece.
A ' i ' A ; petitors are Herb Ruschmeyer of B OB D

Rated F avorites1
EAST LANSING, March 9--UP)-
Defending champion Notre Dame and
a highly regardedIowa Preflight track
squad stood as co-favorites today
for the 18th annual Central Collegi-
ate Conference indoor meet at Mich-
igan State College tomorrow night.
Notre Dame had an edge in num-
))ers at least, with a 25-man squad
headed by half-miler Bill Tully,
quarter-miler Steve Provost and shot
putter George Sullivan. The Sea-
Las/ Day
ANN H al McIntyre
MILLER F and Bond
"Eadie Was a Ladyg"
WAR BONDS ISSUED HERE
Continuous from 1 PM.
Starts Sunday --

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hawks, victorious in their first threeJ
meets this year, entered 15 men,!
chief among them shot putter Vie
Schleich.
Outstanding individuals in the field
of 128 performers are a pair of pros-
pective record breakers, Western
Michigan College's Billy Moore, Na-
tional A. A. U. pole vault king who i
has cleared 13 feet 10 inches, and!
Marquette's Ken Wiesner, defend-'
ing champ in the high jump, who,
tied for the A. A. U. crown with a
leap of six feet, six inches.
Chuck Beaudry Entered
Marquette also has entered its aces
sprinter, Charles Beaudry, and{
Drake's Fred Feiler, national collegi-
ate cross-country champ, is favored'
in the mile and two-mile. Bill Ban-
gert of Missouri was figured to join
Schleich and Sullivan in a three-way
tussle for the shot put title.
Four schools have enerted 28 men
in the third annual C. C. C. swim-
ming championships, slated for 2:30;
p. m. Saturday. Defending championj
Michigan State and a strong Illinois!
Tech squad are expected to fight it
out for the team crown.
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Northwestern, Captain Buck Walters
of Iowa, and Buckeye ace Keo Na-
kama. Nakama has posted for his[ C ASSIFIED DVEITI%1M5
best time in that event, :24.3, a time
which both Church and Fries have
bettered during the season. ._ -.
100-Yard ConIestants welcomes you to the use of its
In the 100-yard event, Bob Cray LOST SAND FOUND facilities. Porter service and ex-
and Dick Evans of Minnesota, Ken! I------.---'cellent study conditions. Location
Middlemas, Badger ace, and Seymour FOUND: Ladiesy Longines wrist near campus. Contact F. J. Ruck.
Schlanger and Keo Nakama of Ohio watch Feb. 23, Angell Hall, Call Phone 6764.
State, offer the major competition. Elaine 2-541.
Schlanger, sensational New York LOS:ilrchn raFOR SALE
freshman, has registered a :54.6 for heartshapd clasp If found please ~ - ~ ~~
the 100, but Church and Fries have 22281m d y0-PIECE DIETZEN drawing set in
both gone under this mark on several call immediately. leather zipper case. Like new. Bar-
occasions. LOST: Saddle leather wallet March gain. Call 2-3632.
In the 220 freestyle, Nakama., 6 p. m. Reward. Call Eleanor
Schlanger, and Middlemas are all Keefe, 9390. HELP WANTED
entered, plus Arnie Koblish of North- -----------------
western, and Bill Freeman of Purdue. LOST-Light horn rim glasses Thurs- WANTED DISHWASHER and port- I
Nakama has churned this distance in day morning, Natural Science. Call er. Apply 407 N. Ingalls or call
2:18.0, while Mert Church's best time B. Brady 2-4514. 7100.
is a full second slower. LOST: Somewhere on campus, small KITCHEN HELPERS--70 cents per
Huesner's Hot blue and red purse containing glas- hour, board or cash. 12:15 to 2:15
In the 440, Boilermakers Bili Hues- ses. Reward. Call 7379. or 6 :15 to 8:15. Phone 6737 aftier
ner and Bud Byers are signed up --8 p. m. or call at Pinafore. Restau-
along with Middlemas and Nakama. LOST: A red wallet Thursday eve- kant.oregallkast oe.Reskhum
Hueener notched up the best time of ning. Reward for return intact. building on Huron
the season, when the Wildcats lost Call 6232.
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Michigan fve weeks ago. as he BOY WANTED for kitchen work at
won in 5:12.0. ROOM AND BOARD Kappa Kappa Gamma.. Call Dor-
Jack Zimmerman, who has been .. . othy Hayden 25618.
bearing the long distance event bur- EAT THE BEST FOOD in town at
a dens all season will not participate the ATO house. Just two blocks WANTED
in the meet, so Gordon Fulford, from campus. Three meats served __
whose best time was 5:19.0. will have each day at the most reasonable WANTED: Three college girls for
to take over the job. rates in Ann Arbor. Call Mr. Van' dinner at night only. Close to cam-
Breaststroke Close Pett at 2-3297 at noon or after pus. Good meals. Call 2-3790.
The 200-yard breaststroke event five, or stop in at 700 S. State for
will be between Vern Ojampa of details.
Minnesota, Jack Stumpner of Indi- WANTED: Three girls to board. Call
ana, Irv Tillman of Northwestern, Mrs. Piper at 2-3790.
and Maize and Blue Heim Kessler.
The Kessler-Ojampa duel has been ROOM or Board for men. Sigma
prophesied as 'the most thrilling in-, Phi Epsilon House, 733 S. State,
dividual contest of the meet.' Ojam-
na hsn unofficiallyrackLedn u the ____.

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!sensational time of 2:29.8, a time
unequalled in Midwestern swimming.
In the 300-yard medley relay, Pur-
due seems to have the strongest
team, having notched up a 3:07.8
time, while in the 400-yard freestyle
relay, the Buckeyes offer the most
powerful competition.
Relays Look Good
Michigan's relay teams, however,
have marked up the fastest times of 1
the season, and swimming mentor
Matt Mann is quite optomistic over
their showing in the meet,
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