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7 Bout Program Will Be Held
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B y HANK. M TI
Daly Sports Editor

Two Golden Glovers

kind here on campus and its success

Tangle in Main Event will insure further matches.
The card for the evening is:
Under the direction of Lieut. C. M. MAIN EVENT-WELTERWEIGHT
Flory, Navy Athletic Officer, the V-12 V. E. Yirak (N) vs. J. Ancoin (M)
unit on campus will present a boxing 1 HEAVYWEIGhT
card from 7:30-9:45 p. m. tomorrow L. W. Hetrick yrs. J. W.
at Waterman Gymnasium) Johnson ())
The bouts, supervised by Cpl. Rich- LIGHT-HEAVY
ard Rankin (U S. M. C.) and Sp. LW..-McGrath (M) vs. F .
(A) 3/c, will be held in the Boxing W.nJ.(M)
Room of the gym. Invitations have Dyson Jr. (W)
been tendered to the officers of the rDvLEWEIGHTA
Unit and their wives. Students are R. B. Horton () vs. G. Avila
also invited to attend, but due to (M)
the limited seating accomodations it WELTERWEIGHT
will be first come first served as far: W. Taylor (N) vs. Martin (N)
as the seating goeg Hart (N) vs. Schneiderman (N)
Main attraction of the evening is HEAVYWEIGHT VS.
the bout between two former Golden MIDDLEWEIGHT
Glovers, V. E. Yirak (Navy) and J. Valiere vs. Barkant
Ancoin (Marine). Six more matches;--
complete the card for the evening. NO GO!.
A campus favorite, John Johnstone
of the Athletic Department, will ref-;
eree the contestants. The judges 1lH umes
will be Major John Wilbern of the '
Marine Corps. and Lt. P. L. Blan- I tui h n o
certt of the Navy., Time keeper for'
the events will be Sp. (A) 1/c Watson.
Since the beginning of the senes- _
ter, the contestants have received
instruction in boxing from nCpl Ran- The dead-heat twins, Bob and Ross
kin and Sp. (A) 3/c Garrett. This !Hume, National Collegiate mile cham-
exhibition will show the results of pions, will not compete in the Wana-
this instruction. maker Mile feature event of the Mill-
This is the first exhibition of its rose Games Feb. 3, track coach Ken
Doherty revealed today.
The brothers, who have been work-
Kane )resses ing out as possible candidates in the
two-mile relay in the Madison Square
Gardens meet, have been handicap-
Dollc SpartS ped by a heavy scholastic load in
C emedical school, Doherty said, and
have been unable to practice more
Lays Importance Oli than a half hour three times weekly.
Competitive Athletics Ross has completely recovered from
a broken toe suffered last fall

By HANK MANTHO
BERNIE BIERMAN, head football coach at the University of Minnesota
until he resigned to enter the Marine Corps in 1941, has returned to
his alma mater in the same capacity, where he produced the nation's out-
standing collegiate football record in the 10-year period before he left*
for the service.
The return of Bierman should bring a rousing response from Min-
nesota fans, as it may again mark the rise to supremacy, which the
Gophers maintained previous to the departure of their coach.
In his tenure at Minnesota, Bieriman's five national championship
teams gives him more such titles than any other living coach. In his
10 years at the helm, Bierman's grid teams were perched at the too
of the national football nicture with a record of 63 victories, 12 defeats,
and five ties.
)URING THIS SPACE of time, the "Silver Fox" also produced six Big
Ten championships--in 1934, '35 stied with Ohio. '37, '38, '40 and '41.
Minnesota's record against Michigan in this ten year span produced
eight victories for the Gophers, one tie and one defeat, with the most
interesting games being the ones in 1039, '40 and '41, which Minnesota
won 20-7, 7-6, and 7-0, respectively. This three year period featured some
of the greatest Michigan teams ever put on a field, and it. was only Min-
nesota's close victories which stopped the Wolverines from achieving the
National and -Conference honors given to the Gophers.
Michigan's immortal Tom Harmon could neither score against
Minnesota in his three years of competition between 1939 through
1941, nor were his efforts good enough to break the Gopher jinx in the
won-lost column,
'When Bierman issued first call for drills this year, of the 33 lettermen4
from the 1944 squad which was coached by Dr. George Hauser, 15 are
enrolled in the Navy's V-12 program: one is an NROTC cadet; six are
seniors; five were under-age freshmen, and six have civilian status. Hence,3
if these figures tell the tale, Bierman will have to rely on V-12 athletes{
for the majority of his manpower.C
ALTHOUGH THIS uncertainty puts him on an equal footing with many
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TFED GREER

Wolverine Quintet Meets
Hoosiers atBloomington
Maize and Blue Must Start Winning Streak
To Make Up for Quartet of Big Ten Losses
By MARY LU HEATH
In an attempt to recapture the formula for victories which has evidently
eluded them in their last three outings, Michigan's cagers are grimly pre-
paring for the single contest on the weekend schedule against Indiana
Saturday night at Bloomington.
The Wolverines, rebuffed by Illinois, Iowa. and Ohio State on two
successive weekends, have fallen to eighth place in the Conference stand-
ings, and have an average of 333 on two victories and four losses. With
the schedule halfway played at this point, the Wolverines cannot afford
many more losses if they expect to finish in the first division.
Squad Meets Indiana Again
This week's opposition will be furnished by a Hoosier team which was
barely defeated in a thrilling 54-53 game here earlier. It was a game in
which the lead changed hands eight'- ------ --
times in the first half, and which was
not decided until the closing minutes,
when reserve forward Ted Beree sank
a basket from out-court to insure vie-
tory for the Wolvernes
Although Michigan won the game,
;the top scorer in the contest was
Gene Faris, Indiana forward, who
came. through with 16 points to lead
his teammate, center Al Kralovansky, I
and Wolverine forward Bob Geahan
by a single marker. Faris was prob-
ably the most dangerous man on the
floor as far as Michigan was concern-
ed, and clearly demonstrated that he
was a polished ball-handler, a crack
shot, and a speedster on the hard-
woods. !
Hoosiers Have Same Lineup
Kralovansky, who was so close to
Faris in scoring, also contributed a,
first-rate performance for the Hoo-
fsiers. Kralovansky's game on the
backboards was particularly note-
worthy and his ability as a play-
maker proved helpful to Indiana. The
starting lineup for the Hoosiers in-
eluded, besides Faris and Kralovan-
sky, Jack Mercer and Ray Branden-
burg at guards and Jack Kopeland
at a forward position.j

Pucksters rill.
For Brant ford
Game Saturday
Stress Passing Plavs
For Coming Contest
Coach Vic Heyliger's Wolverine
hockey team will have the athletic
spotlight here entirely to itself this
week-end with the basketball, swim-
ming and wrestling teams on the
road.
The pucksters will face a Brant-
ford A.C. team from Brantford, Ont.
Saturday night. According to Coach
Heyliger. the Brantford sextet is
stronger than the Sarnia squad that
the Michigan rinksters defeated last
Saturday night.
Brantford Has Four Wins

ou er coa es, U win ei interestir
prove to be the nemesis of Coach
could never snap the Gopher jinx whi
To further strengthen his ti
while coach of the Iowa Seahawks i

NEW YORK, 'Jan. 24-()-The I Other probable starters in the two- to the Wolverines, and this has bee
success of the Navy's strenuous Physi- mile relay include Dick Barnard, let- few years able to defeat Michigan
cal Training Program proves the need ter-winner last year, George Vetter, However, many Michigan part
of more competitive athletics in Am.- and newcomers Archie Parsons, who I have defeated Minnesota in the las
erica's schools and colleges, Com- last year ran for N. Y. U., and Bob maybe the tables have turned, and C
mander William R. "Killer" Kane told Thomason, a stellar high school per- the Minnesota .ig at long last.
about 35 college athletic directors at former from New Jersey. Since time alone can decide th
the opening session of the schedule- Julian Witherspoon, veteran from to be reserved for a while. but gri
making conference of the central of- last year's squad who finished sec- assured that some of the color ofX
flee for Eastern Intercollegiate Ath- ond to "Buddy" Young in the Con- these two traditional rivals meet this
letics today. ference meet, is slated to compete m
Kane, newly-appointed chief of the the 60-yard dash, and Barnard may ____________
Naval Aviation Physical Training Di- run in the open half mile. ny
vision, told of his own observations in Following this the squad's only ap- CLA " .i"[' ?
the Pacific war zone on the import- pearance in Eastern track circles this ,1
ance of physical condition. The season-the team will concentrate on ?
Navy's plan, he said, calls for a stiff preparing for the first running of the I-h
competitive program beginning in the Michigan Relays which will be held
pre-flight schools and continuing ev- Feb. 10, in the Yost Field House. --
en after training is completed. The Relay Carnival, which will LOST AND OOUND
Kane indicated that colleges and I feature 16 events, has received en--
schools should adopt this theory of tries from Michigan State, Western LOST: Phi Delta Theta pin-mscrib-
athletics for all in order to help "con- Michigan, Notre Dame, Purdue, and. ed with M. G. W. on back. Call
tribute to a strong world" after the Ohio State. This will be the first step Marj Littlefield, 4759.
xvar. Compulsory smiiltary training toward the establishment of an an- ---__---------- -
would get boys in good physical con- nual carnival, and coach Doherty LOST: Marson strfped Schaeffer life-
dition, he added, but one year of promises, "plenty of thrills for Mich- time fountain pen. Reward. Call
training would not be adequate. igan track fans," - #Ruth Jacobs. 2-4471.
LOST: Lapel watch silver in or near
A.P. Predicts Baseball in 45 arcade. Phone 7205 during day.
NEW YORK, Jan. 24.-(1P)--Pro- ' 'LOST-Cocker Spaniel, lost two
fessional baseball probably has en-4 aer he 19g e xp weeks ago, vicinity of Hill street.
ough 17-year olds and players over D. Many of these still would be avail- White feet. Reward. Phone 2-1729.
38 to man the 16 Major League ros-D. ~--o~~~--s~---oldbeav-l
ters if conditions necessitate such able if all now in the military draft LOST: Black and gold Parker 51 en-
action age should be taken.
action.subIgraved pen and pencil in Arbore-
A nationwide survey by the Asso- It wouldn't be big league ball but ; tum. Reward. Call 6539, 610 Forest.
ciated Press today uncovered almost it might serve as an acceptable stop E. A. Paredes.
___ gap if proposed National Service leg-
islation is passed and put into imme- LOST: Gold watch fob, four inches
diate large scale operation. long with topaz attached. Lost in
MOSELEY TYPEWRITER There has been no official indica- or near Rackham on Washington
AND SUPPLY CO. tion from the sport or from the gov- up to parking lot. Family heirloom.
114 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. ernment that there will be any radi- Substantial reward.
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ng to not~e wiietier Biermnan can again Citing two points in which the vis- Officially the Hoosiers rest in a
Fritz" Crisler of the Wolverines, who itors will be strong, Coach Heyliger third place tie with Illinois in the Bigp
le the "Silver Fox" was around. stated, "The Brantford sextet has Ten standings with two wins against 'I F B 3
tle as the "Crisler jinx", Bierman, layed more games and has more one defeat. This rating, however, is 8
in 1.942, administered a 26-14 beating reserves than the Sarnia team had." incorrect as the Hoosiers suffered a
n the only service team in the past Also, they are in first place in th setback early in the week at the
. Intermediate Ontarid Hockey Asso- hands of the Iowaquintet which beat
ciation as a result of winning four Michigan, 29-27, Friday. The Indi- Tickets
isans feel that since the Wolverines gamnes without encounter ing a set- Mihgn;92.Frdy h ni
t two campaigns4 ,nana squad has gathered wins from $3.00, $2.40, $1 .80, $ .20
ristwo mpaigns, 4-6h and 28-18. back. Michigan's hockey mentor said Northwestern and Purdue. (tax included)
7rislei' maty have established himself as that the Brantford squad has been If Don Lund, who suffered an ankle
very successful all season and he 1I in Lurday's gmed wt Ohio At the UNIVERSITY
e outcome, all speculations will have expects this to be one of the best injury in Saturdays game with Ohio MUSICAL SOCIETY
d fans of the two schools can rest ; puck matches of the year. mintes of the ndiay te Coac 4T
preiou yarswil b retoed he Inpreartio fr te cmig cn-minutes of the Indiana contest, Coach Burton Memorial Tower
previous years will be restored when i hn preparation for the cose ing con- Bennie Oosterbaan will at least have
year, test, the squad is being drilled onfl enough reserves to fill the center post.
passing. The offense, skating toward';,____
F Pr ad s the goalie unopposed,passes the puck
reiti IN) Ii v t(es among themselves, then sets up the3
t S n t vdisk for a tally shot. Carl Sulentich, I
. MS' Sanctuary the new center, who joined the squad
only last Saturday, has improved
MIWAKE, an '2'()- i- gI'eatly, and by game time should be
waukee's North Shore Country Club an asset to the forward wall.
members will get their golf instruc- Mixer Gets Attention
tion this year from a woman-28- Goalie Dick Mixer has been stress-
year old Hope Seignious, who will i ing angle shots, coming out in front
become the country's first full-time of the net, and keeping on his feet
boss of a club's shop and instruction while tending the goal. Heyliger said'\
departments. that Mixer has displayed definite -
Val Beyers, chairman of North I improvement since the Vicker and
Shore's golf committee, announced Minnesota tilts.. .
{odaythat Miss Seignious, a native - -
of Detroit, had accepted an invitation
to take over the job handled last WAR BONDS ISSUED HERE
ear by Jimmy Gallett
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