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Wolverine Mermen Victorious
In Second Conference Clash
Michigan Sextet Cagers Down Hoosiers
Title Hopes Rise for
Paced by the stellar performances
of Captain Mert Church and Chuck
Fries, the Michigan swimming team
continued on its road to Conference
honors last Saturday by defeating a
sorely outclassed Purdue squad, 51-
33, at Lafayette, Ind.
The Wolverine crew, registering
its second consecutive Big Ten win
of the season, in as many starts,
captured seven out of nine first
places, dropping only the 50-yard
freestyle event and the fancy div-
Commenting on these successful
results, Coach Matt Mann, Maize and
Blue swimming mentor, stated with
a satisfied smile, "The boys are all
improving rapidly and the team is
whipping itself into championship
Top honors of the evening go to
Fries and Church, Michigan stars of
long standing. These two stalwarts,
both Big Ten title holders, sparked
the team to victory by clinching two
firsts and two second places between
them, while Fries sewed up the free-
style relay for the Wolverine crew.
- Captain Church again demon-
strated his expert ability by garner-
ing winner's berths in both the 100
and 220-yard freestyle tilts. In the
former clash he churned the dis-
tance in :52.5, the fastest Confer-
ence time registered this season.
Team-mate Fries followed closely
on Church's heels to clinch sec-
ond place for the Maize and Blue,
and add an additional three points
to the Wolverine's score.
Church's time, 2:21.3 in the 220,
was about two seconds slower than
his performance in the Northwest-
ern meet, but was sufficient to best
Purdue's contestant, Bob Freeman.
Wolverine John Zimmerman, also
competing in this event, placed for:
the third straight time this season
by clinching the remaining berth.
Victory in the 400-yard freestyle
relay can be attributed to the suc-
cessful efforts of Fries, Breen, Hig-
gins, and Zimmerman, swimming
the first three legs, all performed
admirably, but were matched stroke
for stroke by the Boilermakers.
Fries, starting his 100-yard anchor
leg even-up with the Purdue stal-
wart, churned the distance in
:53.3, his fastest time of the season,
to capture the event by a comfort-
able four yards.
In the backstroke event, Michigan
men, Bob Munson and Ed Fulkman
hooked up in a hotly contested duel,
with Munson finally getting the nod
over his team-mate. Coach Mann,
yountipg on the success of these twot
tankmen, kept the Maize and Blue's
number one backstroker, Gordon Pul-
ford, out of this clash and saved him
for the gruelling 440 freestyle. The1
Coach's strategy clicked, and, Pulford
came through'with a smashing tri-
umph in 5:19.1.
Heini Kessler turned in his usual
stellar performance in the 100-yard:
breaststroke leg of the medley relay.
He was not entered in the 200-yardI
breaststroke because Coach Mann de-
sired to give some of the younger
team members a chance to demon-
strate their ability.
Coach Mann's judgment proved
correct when Frank Anderson, Mich-
igan's sophomore entrant, took first'
place honors in that event and Ralph
Chubb, ex-football star, grabbed the
third place slot.
Although Boilermakers Ted Bow-
er and Jack Montgomery placedE
first and second, in that order, to
garner eight points for Purdue in
the fancy diving contest, battling
Ulysses Lopez clinched third for
the lMlaize and Blue. This diminu-
tive Ecuadorean stalwart has im-
proved considerably since the be-
ginning of the season, and Coach
Mann is expecting big things from
him in the near future.
Seek 'Victory Against
tiob Gealill, ki cth lader, and Don Lindquist
Score Winniin 'Baske'ts To Sew IJDb Vietorv
topters Here Satrurday
Michigan's sextet, after defeating Surging from behind in the last
the strong Brantford, Ontario squad five minutes of play, Michigan's
last Saturday night, is looking for-! basketball team overcame a five
ward to this week's home contest with point deficit to nose out Indiana's
Minnesota when the Wolverines hope cagers by a 47-43 count in Satur-
to avenge the Gopher's 10-0 victory day's return meeting of the two
which they suffered at Minneapolis squads at Bloomington.
earlier in the season. Field Goals by Bob Geahan
Coach Vic Heyliger said that the and Keith Harder and two
Maize and Blue rinksters played a free throws by Don Lindquist
j very good game against Brantford sparked the Wolverine rally in the
and the team was especially outstand- late minutes of the second half.
ing offensively. This can be seeen Lmndquist's second charity toss put
in the fact that the visitors scored Michigan into the lead, to which
three quicktgoals before the Wolver- the Wolverines added three more
ines had a chance to gain posses- points before the final gun.
sion of the puck, but after Karl Su- The contest was a nip and tuck
lentich, aided by Ted Greer, and affair which saw the Hoosiers on
John Jenswold with an assist by top the greater share of the time,
Sulentich, marked for Michigan at although the two teams were never.
the end of the first period there was more than a few points apart. The
no stopping the Michigan pucksters. 1 24-20 halftime lead which Indiana,
Second Period Provides Lead enjoyed was overcome early in the
At the beginning of the second second stanza when Michigan knot-
stanza. Greer scored the tying goal ted the score at 29-all. The Hoosiers
unassistedi and then Bob Lilienfield moved ahead only once more from
counted the tally which gave Michi- that point on until the end of the
gan the lead which they never relin- game.
quished. In the final period, Brant- A Michigan lineup slightly differ-
ford tried desperately to regain the ent from the previous list of regu-
lead, but was only able to score one lare took the floor as Don Lund,
goal while their opponents crashed varsity center, nursed an ankle in-
the nets twice. jured in the Ohio State game a week
Jenswold, with the help of Herb and a half ago. John Mullaney re-
Upton, tallied Michigan's fifth mark- placed Lund at center. and Harder
er, and a minute later the visitors re- took Mullaney's place at forward.
er, nd minte ate thevistor The thr'ee other players- were Geahan
taliated reducing the lead to 5-4. a for ard a a Ke aLn
Sulentich score the final goal of the arln
uY]Yist at uard Y'Es
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan stated
"The boys did a fine job Saturday.
They fought hard, and were particu
larly fine on their defensive play
Lindquist and Mullaney were th.
main cogs of this defense, and turner
in outstanding performances. Th-
game was generally a pretty swiftly-
- Games with Wisconsin and Iowa
are scheduled for the week-end,
and both teams loom as formidable
opponents for the Wolverines
Michigan plays the Badgers Friday
night in the Field House and then
takes off for Iowa City to engage in
a return match with the Hawkeyes,
who edged the Maize and Blue
quintet by a 29-27 margin in an
earlier contest between the two
Results of Games January 27
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VICTORIOUS WEEKEND-These stalwaAs afe members of the Mich-
igan swimming, hockey, wrestling, and basketball squads, all of which
emerged victorious from last week's athletic contests.
WALLY LOVES 'EM:-
W ichioan restlers Take Over
Powerf. i Purdue Ag gregation.i
match at 17:07 and the period ended ,
with Michigan winning 6-4. Limd, who played approximately
Wolverines Gunning for Gophers five minutes of each half Saturday,
Heyliger said that he expects his will probgbly play for the Wolver-
squad to give Minnesota a better ines this week-end; but it is un-
twodecided as to haw long he will
game thn telast timen thoseGw remain in the contest. Lund's
phers trounced the Wolverines 10-0. ankle seemed to be giving him
"The squad has greatly improved as r yesterday's
can readily be seen by their victo- practice session. The starting line-
casn raiye aseen by gtms,"he vct up for this week-end will, there-
iies in the last two games,~ he went fore, probably be the same one that
on to say. began Saturday's game.
The Wolverine hockey mentor said
that practice sessions this week will
stress offensive work. The first line
of Sulentich, Greer, and Jenswol -
will work with the second wall ofBill H ulse To
Francis Allman, Fred Lounsberry, and
Lilienfleld on power plays. C
Minnesota has won all of their
games so far this season. The top M llroseM ile
Gopher scorer is wing, Bob Carley, i 11 se
who has counted for seven tallies inr
the four games which they have play- NEW YORK, Jan. 29-(A)-Ensign
ed, also he is rated as one of the best 1 William Huise, America's fastest
stick handlers in the league. Three miler, will be one of four athletes
other Minnesota players have scored competing in the Wananaker Mile
at least four goals in the four con- at the Millrose Games in Madison
tests. and they are defenseman Bob Square Garden Saturday night.
Graeziger, and wings Jim Wild and Fred Schmertz, promoter of the
Bill Klatt. meet, said today he had received
word from Hulse, now stationed at
y " "iMiami, Fla., that he had been grant-
; r( ff.th Favors ed permission to compete in the
meet, opening gun of the major in-
Choice of Frick door track season.
Ch r Hulse set the American Citizen's
record of 4:06 while Gunder Haegg
Baseball Chief May cut the U.S. mark to 4:05.3 in 1943.
Be Chosen on Frida Haegg, Swedish ace, is expected
y any day for a crack at the U.S. indoor
records but whether he will oppose
WASHINGTON, Jan. 29-A)-If Hulse later this season depends upon
baseball feels that it should select its the latter's ability to get leave from
new commissioner right away, it his naval duties.
probably will be best to have "one of
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. . 71 j Looking back on last Saturday's
17 triumph, wrestling coach Wally Web-
1er seemed pleased with the team's
performance against a strong Pur-
7E due outfit.
The boys, he said, should be given
26 additional credit for the victory when
you consider that we arrived in
32,, Lafayette at 2:20 p. m. and Art Sach-I
28 sel went out on the mat fo the first
bout of the meet at 2:40 p. m. In
fact, you might say we literally went
from the taxicab to the mnat."
...141Wolverines Score Three Pins
One highlight of the engagement
67 with the Boilermakers was the unex-
. 1 ..1 pected faculty of the Wolverine grap-
plers to execute pins. Both Bob
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Johnston and Charles Telfer scored
their first falls of the campaign while
Newt Skillman, acting captain for
the meet, registered his second con-
secutive 5-pointer in a dual meet.
Other good performances for Mich-
igan's cause were turned in by Art
Sachsel, who decisioned Dave Liang,
a veteran Purdue matman and Jim
Galles, who took the decision from
Purdue 175-pounder Mike Rajcevich,
previously unbeaten in match com-
Purdue Wins Three Matches
Michigan's defeats in the meet
were suiffered by Fred Booth, who
succumbed via a fall to undefeated
Bob Folk; George Darrow, who drop-
ped a close 3-1 decision to Bob Rob-
erts, Purdue letterman who came in
third in the Big Ten last year; and
Walt Blumenstein who although heI
was pinned put up a very close fight
and almost pinned Ray Gunkel, his
conqueror, in the last round of the
CHICAGO, Jan. 29 - - A
showdown for midwestern mde-
pendent basketball laurels is ex-
pected here Friday night when De!
Paul's once-beaten Blue Demonss
collide with Notre Dame's surpris-
ing Irish in the feature battle of a
round-robin series at the Chicago
The weekend fir'eworks at the
stadium also pits Northwestern
against Purdue as a Friday night
curtain-raiser and sends North-
western against Notre Dame and
Purdue against De Paul on Sat-
EAST LANSING, Jan. 29-0")-
A government fuel conservation or-
der closing amusement places in
Syracuse, N. Y., caused" cancella-
tion of tonight's scheduled game
between the Michigan State college
and Syracuse University basketball
squads. State's next game is with
Kentucky here Feb. 5.
our own men, Clark Griffith said
This comment was accepted as an
indication that Griffith will not op-
pose Ford Frick if a voting snowball
gains size in favor of the National
League president at the big meeting
in New York Friday.
Heretofore, the 76-year-old owner
of the Washington Senators has
maintained that baseball should
select its new commissioner from j
"outside the game".
Griffith further said that Frick
has not sought ",aggrandizement" nor
made a bid for personal support in
his trips to Washington to "talk
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