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"~ A43 -~llIr ins Holcoinhet ' "
Iy t AYGRANT Coach Matt Mann's 1945 swimninag
Wi:nning al t but QflC tf 0i-ctheMihigan nmat sqaad defeated the 'sq'uadl will c1«Ai with the Great Lakes
*Ohio Stt iapes 55 ~s;ngtat 'Yost Field House.t Naval Traiiningt Station crew tonight,
CrSeslsate ihgnol on the right foot as he scored atteSilr'hmepoina rf
aneay135deiio ve )ikPan, ukee12 1 pounder. Sachsel ,
almot sora twofals oer i= dverar as be went on to win his! fort to Lreak its two-year jinx byi
third ; ,chalking up a decisive vicTory for the!
thr eiino'teyar. aMaize andiBlue.
Co:Ah.Waly eb rrcnuunced thlree starting changes in his lineup. 1
Iii<k II s of li ea ~laaxigs, nd h me Benie nydr !Michigan Out For i tnrenge
DickFreman as he irstof hes chages andhe et erni Snder Alt hough this is a non-conference
in the 20pontF ssl Starting>, fast and continuing at a steady pace, me~ad hrlr.wl aen f
Freeman 7r.laotsintoka: early lead and maintained it throughout to win. 5-2. Irre.ad hrfrwl aen f
__._ _.. _... .. _~ 3feet on the WNo v erines' Big Tien title
Bob Gittins, a varsity grappler last iaspirations, . theilt. hi an Stalwarts
._ F y ear, 'as the second surprise starter are anx ious to protve their superior-
c . J it o- 4 of the evening. He met Al Koash in : tyovr , cu'nthatha beaten thern
the 1.36 pound match. Gittins led all th~ree tim3.es in thle last two seasons.
I x e, the way and scored an easy 8-0; Corn e tntn on the Maize and
. ~Blue's chanctes in tunig;ht's dual mcceef:
o~uWith a 9-0 lead, Michigan's Fred:Coiach M att -Mann. winner of 14 Con-
0 ._ ooth, acting captain for the evening, ference crown~is in the past 20} years,;
songhrb to climb back into the win jutted out his chin and stated defi-
1 ~coluamn after two successive setbacks, antly, "W"ere gonna' lic(,k 'ern. and
*11fpr4 ~(I Vohenie as hte met Lill De Mora in the 145 you can1 quote me on that,#"
Squ il. Faces; Vi: ior's pound tilt. Booth came from behind' Squjad Reorganizedt
twice to score a close 7-4 victory. Bsn i ovctn o h
Mihians oceytem il b ot I he fifth match of the evening s tren, W~ of hais n-iwly reorganized

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Frout ill is .frJ ily
By BILL MtL LEN DORE
'ic~ihigan's basketball team, re acli-
ngits peak offensive performance
of the season, rode rouaghshcd cver
an. out-classed University of Wiscon-
sin five last night at Yost Field
House to smother the Badgers ,. 50C-39.
The Wolverines hit the ba:-ket, with
almost uncanny accuracy houhnI
the game while running uin their 50-
,point total. The point-mlaking pro-
ductien reached its peak in the last-
ten minutes <,f the first half when
18 tallis were sent thlrough the net.
Wolverines Tlake Early -tea~d
Only in the first ten minutes or the.
contest was W ise-onsin able to minn-
tain the furious pace set by Michi-
gan, After Keith Harder sent the
Wolverines into an earliv lead on
three quick field goas, the Badgers
struck back and finally surgecl ahead,
1312. Ray Patterson, ace Wisconsin
center. paced this attack, by bagging
six of his team's first 13 tallies.
The Badger lead was shiort-lived.
however, as the Michigan machine

rolled into high gear and steadily
pulled awa,,y-front ihe valiant bu
oTut -p15 vedWisconsin n quintet, PB-"
Geahan started tinsoff wt
dr ivinrg two-Pointer under the bs
ket . and from that uhno=; the
'Wolverines had a field day ".
Wisconsin said not score aain uni
iichig a.).enjoyed a..21-12 !leAd. ig S blte rag-: ?l
TONIGHT
Following last night's gamre with
Wisconsin, the 'Michigan e~'r
entrained for Iowa, Citjy. , N here
they will face the ieagcleadiesng,
llawheycs before a capacity crowdg'
of 17, 001 tonight,
".Bud" Foster's crew pulled within
six points of the Wolverines, mlaking
the score 22-16, but again. the Wol-
:enures roe to the occasion to take
a 30-20 margin at halftime,
The s ecnd ~y+stanza. was playe. d on
orentr ms asMcia ntt
'20 points to Wiscon sin's 1 tBt
te'ams flooding the floor r xith :su's:i
tW'X.s. Wolverine guard Don Lind.'-

MAN OF RUIM O S-I 0. "Fritz"
Crisler is one of the probable candi-
dates for the office of Big T'en Coin-
missioner.
Fr itz' Crisler
May Become
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quist; paced the second half assaul
totalingeight of his team's 20, tallic
WiscnsinCloses Ga~p
At10time sii the period wenreti
Badgerswithin eight points- of m
high-fying Michigan. five. Aftert
count stood a t 34-26, the Wo),lverine:
started an tck: That threatened
beoea rout bJefore a last-'min-,t(.
Wicnin ra'lY closed the gaP to l
3oints.
Harder led the Michigan sa.
on th basket with 13 tallies, onze lev
tha,,n the total of Badger forwa'i
Des Smith, who copped indiv id;.
corin honors for the evening. F;
terson;an td Lindquist followed vi
Pa,, (erson. the highly -touted W
cosnveteran, was kep Jh Ihii-t-. welld D
Lund, i,but contributed I- superb flog'
gamze to his team's showing. Patte
son's, b)a'l-handling ;a-nd7 bac boa~
W;1 'tw;rethe only fa.ctors "t hk
lvisc(onsin xx thul ny sr.,f tr ik
dish tatise,
!To lop off a fine night's work. ii
!W olve, rns pat on theirm' best slhowu t
of iheseaonat. the free throw 7 iln
zagi 11 ; _ of 12 attemp1wts.

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to a ; 1 ! ile IU'-V & t sIL i. ec
earierintheseaonat the hands of
a poerfl Uveritvof Minnesota
-\xtethen 1the Wlern start the
seodof atw-aesrs 8:00 p.m.
tngtatth MchianSkating
BobCa~e, lftwigJim WMi,
rigt wngAl .~shl ndAl Van.
the let.i, insoaseodof -
tei', ~th Bll Ka and aul Wild
Miciga'sstarting lineup is: Cap-
tai 'e~lGrerat igiht -wing, Carl
Sulenat h, center, John Jenswoidl at
left ing.Thie defensive l;ositions
arc filled by Herb Upton anid Bob
Henderson with Dick Mixer as goalie.
The Wolverine scn owr will
consist of 7-.)'_ enfild Fred
Lounsber', r dFacsAlmn
Minnesota (ornsto otxn xwith a
very imrpres.sive reord f five winls
and one tie which y;ere m ad e against
teamis that were tone than the
ones tim.e Mair ad 'Bue as faced
alt, . .7 . 1
Aldalns , .1. 2 4 G
Briie. 4 6 1- 10
Klatt, ." 3 7
Ascnberedl seen from the
chat ;o e, rMinesot1L'S squad 'is ian
evenly b 1 talncdon as far as scor -
ing-- goe-s. All of the mien on the team
arec oenily eydangerous as
scrr.Thlis s ru o both th-e first
and second fo ,rard:,alls whichl really
can i't be differentiated: as l. hbe-
,cause of the eqc lt of the c(?alibre
of the two groups.
All things take;n into consideration,
Michiganwilhe a very hard time
tirying to aenetheir previous loss,
although the c M1aize amid Blue outfit
has m ade tremendous strides on the
improvemen'tIO_ of their brand of play
since tile two aggi'egation,7 s ilast ci
81RO:-OKLYN, Feb 2--.(ff1)-_The five
m2nebes of the B~rooklyn College
beb,, -ia"ll tem wo aditte (d that
basetallgae wt exeledfronm
coleg toayby reideitHarry D.
Gidons,'fi?

found George Darrow pinning Sam squad, Coy lh Mann is counting on By 'The Associated Press
CSebmnittle in 4:51, Darrow put a,? the lea dership o'. Wo, veiine charges; CHICAGO, Feb. 2.--Big 'Ten ath-{
scissors .leg-lock on his opponent and Mvelt Chutreh. Chuck, Fries, Heini ei ietr il ethr gi o
then turned on the pressure to ;score; Kessler, and Gordon Flulford to carry;mr tcosdrauceortth
his s.econd fall of the year, the Michigani colors to ictory. morxtcnsdrauceorote
r. Captain Seymour Weil of Ohio iPulford, lorn.,_cri ~imuor one back-:late John L.Griffith as Conference
State and Charles Telfer, 'Wolver- stroker, has hen? g! oomed for a start- Athletic Commissioner,
inc 165 pounder, hooked up in ing position in the 410 cdistance fr'ee- The job, which has had no, appli-
style eves,. Michigan's baid for honors cants since Gsriffithx's dleath Dec. :7.
in this div ision depends upon'Ithe suc- a eofrdt .0 .'hz rs
'WRESTLERS TO FACE cessful iper-formanice of this crewman
Yagainst Bltuejacket entrants Achilles'1cer, athletic director and head foot-
INDIANA TO}NIGhTPuausad rol la. ball coach at the Uni'versity of Mich-
1lt iug one of the toughest Proabl Lineup igan, according to sonie reports. Cris-;
wrestling teams in the Big Ten, the EP.-obably starters in thme remaining ic:r. however, has remained noncom-
Maize and Blue take on the Illoo- l'freestyle events will be Church in mnittal as to whether he would allow
siers of Indiana this afternoon at ile 220, Fries in th,1e 50, and both of ;himself to he drafted.
' . "t Field House. the above in the 100-yard contest.= Selection of a comimissioner is con- :
Fresh from a 25-5 victory over On the basis of tihe compoarative tiunes! tingent upon approval of proposals
rO+ i1o State, the Wolverines- will try register~ed by these mren, and their to broadenx the authority and in-
pto make it their fourth wina of the. Navy opponents, the 'WVolverines have crease the salary of the office. It has
SI'~~~5O11. ~~a better than even chance of sweep- Ibe niae h atrmyb
SrrfitgfortheHosies wll e luzg the entire freestyle division, hiked $5,000 a year, Griffith wva
AuhWilson, who was conference Heini Kessler will again battle ictohvreied1,0ayr
tionat 155 pounds last 'year Bluejackel, RatY' unzdro in an effort T ]he athletic directors held a simi-
fa ii, n h would have to capture the wvinner'3s berth in time; lar meeting two weeks ago, but dle-
been captain of this year's edition ;200-yar d b reastsf l keevent. Free- (until Bcin Te nchools iiduall
of the Wolverine's mat squad. utlBgTnshosidvdal
stylersB I3i een1 and Bob Mowerson,I had studied suggested changes in the
- .backstrokes lsob, Muns on and Edj office.{
Fulkinan. and divers Uly sses LopezI
what proved to be the feature bout adCr g'et ilas opt
of fl.e evYening. The lead changed anCarlthe M e e drBlleso("'q t'
mia - ytimes with Telfer Finally Con- , Cat-ye IIIIU ? tfIJ [
in-~ out n the long endl of a 1.3-7 1 I H GA ~
"Uncle" Jim Galles continued his _______ arder, f,. .. 6 ]. 4 13~
domination of the 175 pound class as!, Cahan i. ...... 0 1 01
lie extended his winning streak to :+Pud- ic'ei~~ e Mullaney, !° ....... 1, 3 4 5
four straight. Galles met Ohio's Stevefatd' '"L tndqus, .....z 1 21
Kolas and scored his first fall of the 1, 'elg. ........,.. 1 1 3 3.
feaein2:7. hi vytoericrese Bence, f. ....... ,.... 1 0 0 2
yer n2:7.Tisvitryinrasd ' °.Piid Gleis fmde- Wt"eisenburger, f. 0 0 0) 0 1
the Michigan lead to 25-0. feated iKo h ,7-1. Lud .....4 2 11
In the final match of the evening 145 lPof , r stth t. 1)defeat-! hlilkene, c ......, f 0 } 1 10
Phil lHoilcomube, displaying magnifi- ed DNoriscgn, 00.
cent cour'age as he offered to wrestle 1i5 Pounds t ;-{arrow ; i -t h'r ~, ........0r
pail Grgor g.0 0 0 0
against George Boilas, 345 pound! ned S')huit.ley4:51,
giant, when Walt Blumenstein was 165 l «mnid , '-'elf'acr ?? 1 defeat- TAS....2 8165
tnable to go because of a previous e 1 Weil, 13-7.
injury. Bolla-s succeeded in pinning 1 175 Puos-Ua_ ~sl= i1) KM innxed
'his op~ponent in 8:31, but Holcombe Kolas 2:15. ? WISCONSIN G 1zF 1 P TP
fought hard throughout and gave a ! leavyeihT-D -lollis (0) pinned ?Smith, f, . ,." 0 1 Y,
1 Mathews, f.... 0 0 1 01
line exhibition. lHolcom be 8:31,. PattersonC. .......'14 .3 2 11
I__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Johnson, g. 4 1 2 9j
E Grim, g. ....... 0 0 1 0:i
~Bachnianf. . f .... , 0 1 2 1
DA IL YO6FF iC IALBU LLET IN j Bnes . f.0 0
!Sullivang. 0 0 0 0;
{ orn, g. 0 0 800
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FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 S. Division St:.
Sunday, Febrtuary 4:
10:30 A.M.. Lesson sermon: "Love."
11:45 A.M.: Sunday School.
8:00 P. MV. Wednesday evening testimonial
meeting.
This church maintains a 'free Reading Room
at 106 E. Washington St., wvhicli is open daily
except Sundays and holidays froze 11:'30 A.M. to
5:00 P.M. Saturdays until 9:00 P.M. Here the
Bible and Christian Science literature including
all of Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy's works may be
r'ead, borrowed or purchlased.
LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION
sponsored jointly by
Zion amid Trinity Lutheran Churches
Zion Lixtheran Church
East Washington at South Fifth Ave.
10:30 A. M.: Worship and Communion Service,.
Sermon by the Rev. E. C. Stellhorn.
Trinity Lutheran Church
East William at South Fifth Ave.
10:30 A. M.: Worship Service. Sermon by the
Rev. Henry Yoder.
Lu ther an Student Association
309 East Washington St.
5:00 P. All: Program of Sacred Music,
6:00 P. M.: Sipper and fellowship hour.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
1432 Waslhtenaw Ave.
William P. Lemon, James Van Pernis,
Ministers
E. Gertrude Campbell, Director of Religious
Education.
Frieda Op't Holt Vogan. Director of Music
9:20 A, M.: Church School Junior,.'Intermedi-
ate and Senior Departments.'
10:45 A. M.: :Nursery and Beginner and Primary
Departments.
10:45 A. H.: Morning Woiship sermon by Dr.
Le o n "U c atd Vo e;::0 P. M.: W estminster Guild speaker will be
Miss Leela Desal, who will speak on "Religion
in India." Supper will follow.
6:00 P. m.: Tuxis Society meets in the Vance
Parlor. Jeanine Janing wvili lead devotions..
FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Hur'on Streets
Edward 11f. Redman, Minister
10:00 A.M.. Unitarian-Friends' Church School.
10:00' A.M.: Adult Study Group. Mr. Douglas5
Williams, speaking on: "Impnroving Race Re-
lations with C.hildren."
11:00 A.M.: Ser'vice of Worship. Rev. Edward
H. Redman preaching on : "Ideal Humanity."
Unitarian Student G roup meets fortnightly.
Next meeting February 11th, 5:00-7:00 P.M.
THEOSOPHICAL SOCIET Y
IN ANN ARBOR
Series of Study Classes: e
Every Thursday night, at 6:00 in. the M e , arn.
League. Conducted by S,.1H. WVlie-
T opic's:
February 8: "Reincarnation"
February 15: "Karma"
March 1: "The Masters of Wisdom"
February 22: "The Path of Discipleship"'
The public is cordially invited.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
120 South State
Ministers: Dr. James Brett Kenna
Rev. Ralph Gordon Dunlop
Music: Har'din Van Deumsen, Dir'ector
Mary McCall Stubbins, Organist
9:30 Class conducted by Dr. Blakeman, "Chil-
dren in War and After,"
10:40 A. M.: Church School for nursery through
sixth grade.
10 :40 A.M.: "Is a Christian Social Order Pos-

UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHAPEL
AND STUDENT CENTER
(Missot ri ,Synod
1511 Washtenaw Avenue
Rev. Afred Scheips, Pastor
Saturday-
8-12 P.M.: *Drop In Hours. Student Hosts.
Sunday-...
10:15 A.M.: Bible Class
11:00 A~lM.: Morning Service. Sermon. "The
Ilearing Ear,"
3:010 P.M.: Meeting of Lutheran Student
council
5:30 PM.: Supper Meeting of Gam'ma
Delta, Lutheran Student Club.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
512 East Huron
C. H. Lotucks, Minister
Thme Guild House, 512 East Huron
Saturday, Feb. 3
7:10 Chir mehearsal in the church.
3:001-6:00 Clean-tip Paty and Supper at the
church.
8:30 Open House at the Guild House.
Sunday, Feb. 4
9 :00 Breakfast at the Guild House.
10:00 Study Class starting "The Idea of Suffer-
. ing."
11:00 Morning Worship "The Cyrcle of Christian
Experience."'
6:00 Roger William's Guild Meeting at the
Guild Hlouse. Rev. Loucks will lead a dis-
cussion on Worship. Supper will be seved.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
State and Williams Streets
Minister: Rev. Leonard A Parr, D.D.
Diretor Cong'1 Disciples Guild: Rev, H. L.
Pickerill
Assistant Director: Miss Rose Marion Simon-
tort
Choir Director: Leonard V. Meretta
Organist: Howard R. Chase
9:30 AM.: Juinior and Intermediate Depamt-
ments Church School
10:45 A.M.: "Primary and Kindergarten Depts.
10:45 A.M.: Service of public worship. Subject
of Dr. Parr's sermon: 'What shall it prof-
it---if ?"
5:30 P.M.: Ariston League. Devotions Martha
Wells. Talk by Dudley Klopfer "Living a
More Complete Life."
5 :00 P.M.: Congregation al-Disciples Guild
Supper and ;social hour. Worship service led
by E'dwar'd Vander Veen. Mr. Frank Littel
of Lane Hall will speak on "Discipline for
Social Action."
ST. ANDREWS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Division at Catherine
T1"le lVex' henry Lew is, DD., Rector
l 'he Rev. hady Hill, Curate
8:00 AIM. Holy Communion
11 '00 A M Holy Communion and sermnon, Dr.
Lewis.1
11:0OftA XL Junior Church
5:00 PMl1: Choral Evening Prayer and dis-~
cussion by M<. Hill.
6:00 P .: T-Square Club
60:00 P.M.: Canterbury Club, Student Center,
Rev. Robert L. DeWitt
Wednesday, 7:2,5 A.M: Holy Communion and
Tuesday, 10:00 A.M.: Holy Communion.
br'eak fast at student center.
Friday, 4;00-6:00 P.M.: Open House, Student
Center.
B~ETH"LEHEM EVANGELICAL AND
REFORMED CHURCH
423 South Fourth Ave.
Theodore R. Scimale, Pastor
9:00 A.,M.: Worship in German.
9:30 AM.: Church School. Classes for Children
and Adults.
10:30 A.M.: Morning Worship. Sermon topic-
"The Responsibility of Hearing."
5:30 P.MV.: Student Guild.
7:30 P.M.: Youth Felowship

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Aline for Social Action." The Worship Dire ctor
Service will be lead by Ed Vanderveen. Guild, Rev.
Assistant:

Riev. Leonlardm A. iPar'r.
Congreaattional Disciples
H. L. Pickerill.
Diretor Miss Bobbie{

FIrst Presbyterian Church: Simonton.
1432 Washtenaw.' 10:45 a.. in. Public Worship. Dr.~
10:4;: a. ma. Morning Worship. Ser- ' parr will preach on thme subject:
mon by Dr. Lemon on "Un-'I "What Shall It Pr ofit- --ff?"
charted Voyage." 5:00 p. m. Cong;regational Disci-
5 :00 p. ni. Westminster Guild pies Guild meets in the Memoriai
speaker will be Miss ,,Leela 3 Christia n Church 1Hill and Tappan.
Desai, who will speak on "Re-j Mr. Frank Litteli will speak on "Dis-
ligion in India." Supper' will ciples for So Ja~l Action" Edward
follow. Vander Veen wiil lead the devotions.z
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