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SAPURDAY, NOV. 25,11944-

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Big

Ten

Title At Stake

As Michigan, Ohio Clash

Cagers Down Flyers,

52-2

7in Opener;

Face Central Michigan Here Tonight

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By HANK MANTHO
Daily Sports Editor

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Championship Contest
Wolverines Concentrate on Horvath as Best
Defense Meets Strong Buckeye Offense

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Lindquist Scores 121
Points For Varsity
ROMULUS, MICH., NOV. 24-()-
The University of Michigan opened
its basketball season here tonight
with a 52 to 27 victory over the Rom-
ulus Air Base quintet. It was theI
soldiers' first defeat in three starts.
Lindquist, Michigan guard, spark-
ed the Wolverines with 12 points,
while Froehling, Romulus center,
scored 16. The Wolverines held a 23
to 11 lead at halftime.
Michigan's cagers will face the
Simon
BARER E
Russian Pianist
(Instead of Josef Lhevinne)

Central Michigan Chippewas in the in the past, because the new cards

second game of the season and the
1944 home opener at 7:30 p. m. to-
night in the Field House.
A Wolverine team completely un-
tried, except for last night's contest
with the Romulus Air Base quintet,

have not been issued yet.

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Mike Turnesa Leadsj
Portland Golf Open

will face the central aggregation, as PORTLAND, Ore.. Nov. 24.-(/P)-
Assistant Coach Bill Barclay holds: Slender Mike Turnesa, never a chain-
the reins on the cagers for the last pion but always a staunch contender.
time. Today marks the last grid moved into the lead of the $15,000
contest of the season, and Coach Ben war bonds Portland 72-hole open
Oosterbaan, along with several foot- golf tournament today when he post -
ball players turned cagers, will be ed a two round total of 142.
on hand for the basketball games to The White Plains, N.Y., pro tossed
follow. another 71 at the field that enabled
Admission tonight will be by pre-( him to displace colorful Sam Snead,
sentation of fall term student re- i Hot Spring, Va., star who led the
ceipts for fees. Identification cards I parade yesterday with a two-under-
will not be honored at this game, as par 70.
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AS THIS IS the final week of major
football competition, it is the last
chance I will have to redeem myself
for those two faulty predictions made
in this column last week. However,
even with these two losses, your col-
umnist's record stands at 20 wins,
three losses and no ties for a percen-
tage of .850.
MICHIGAN-OHIO STATE-This
will definitely be the outstanding
game of the week, and may well be
one of the outstanding games of
the year. The Michigan line will
undergo a severe test and the out-
come of the game will depend upon
its performance. Both teams have
a lot at stake as the Big Ten
championship hinges upon the re-
sult of this battle. This is a hard
one to pick and is listed in the
books as a natural. The Buekeyes
have a powerful team and are
overwhelming favorites, but there
are going to be a few surprises
awaiting them, and when the haze
has cleared, the Wolverines will be
on the long end of a 21-13.
MINNESOTA-WISCONSIN- The
Badgers played over their heads in
their game with Michigan last week,
but their fighting spirit will not save
them from defeat at the hands of the
Golden Gophers. Minnesota should
have things pretty much their own
way and ought to tiumph, 26-7.
NOTRE DAME-GEORGIA TECH
-The Irish will face the team that
spilled Navy and the ramblers from
Georgia will administer Notre Dame's
third defeat. This could easily be an
upsetrin favor of Notre Dame, but
the Irish are still stunned by the
beatings suffered in the last few
weeks and George Tech will take this
game, 20-6.
PURDUE-INDIANA - This is
another of the tight battles of the
day and it should be hotly con-
tested. The Boilermakers will not
have the services of Boris Diman-
cheff and Ed Cody, and conse-
quently their running attack will
be considerably weakened. On the
other hand, the Hoosiers will be
well set for this game, so it's Indi-
ana, 20-13.
ILLINOIS-NORTHWESTERN-
Buddy Young and company have
been thwarted for the last two
weeks in their search for a victory,

so they are just about due to break
loose in this game. Young should
cross the goal line at least three
times today, to break Red Grange's
all-time record for touchdowns
scored in a single season. Illinois!
will win easily, 34-6.
YALE-VIRGINIA--The Eli's are
undefeated thus far and, though they
will meet stiff opposition in this tilt,
their attack and enthusiasm should
compile enough points to see them
through. Yale will triumph, 13-6.
MIS SIS SIPPI - MISSISSIPPI
STATE-This should be a fairly
easy conquest for Tom McWil-
liams and company, even though
there is much sentiment attached
to this intra-state ,affair. State
will come out on top, 21-0.
CORNELL-PENN-The boys from
Penn started out fast this season-
and then faded almost as swiftly.
Today, however, they are meeting a
team in their class and they should
have an easy time of it. Penn will
win this on e. 20-0.
IOWA-IOWA PRE-FLIGHT --
The Seahawks will continue their
winning spree and they should
keep the groggy Hawkeyes in that
same state of weariness. The score
will go as high as the Pre-Flighters
wish to make it, but we'll take a
stab and say, 40-0, in favor ofr
Iowa Pre-Flight.

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Ohio averages 191 pounds to 187 for
Michigan.
Michigan's trio of injured stars,
Gene Derricotte, Joe Ponsetto and
I Clem Bauman are all expected to be
in the starting lineup. The boys
seem sufficiently mended to undergo
the rigors of a gueling 60 minute
game. Incidentally, both Bauman
and Derricotte are returning to the
state where they made their high
school grid reputations.
Same Team to Start
With the exception of Bob Wiese
and Bob Nussbaumer, Michigan will
rely on the same lineup which it has
used since the beginning of the
season. Bruce Hilkene and Art Ren-
ner will be at the flanks, Lazetich
and Bau man tackles, George Burg
and Quentin Sickles, guards, and
Harold Watts at center. The back-
field has Ponsetto at quarter, Derri-
cotte and Ralph Chubb at the halves
and Don Lund at full.
Derricotte is the Wolverines' prin-
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