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Michigan Track Relays
To Be Presented T day
Seven Powerful Teams Entered in Carnival;
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By BILL LAMBERT
Two last minute entries have n entry in the mile relay and open
660-yard run.
creased the number of teams com- Stil un.
peting in tonight's Michigan Track Still Knoher ty sn the
Delays to seven, thus insuring the! c 4ach Ken. Doherty's squad is
met'ys progsramnofseinsrang theCharles Birsall, who was slated to
meets program of being a dIsp.ay figure highly in the scoring in the
ofMdetcnept oe~Charlie Birdsall, who was slated to 3j
The carnival, which gets underway Chrined BirtK" h s a
at 7:30, will see Case and Marquette wedk t
Universities competing, as well as!The Wolverines appear to be thej
Notre Dame, Michigan State, Purdue, stro gesL i the middle and distance
Western Michigan, and Ohio State, events wichscmendtoicalo
swelling the total of individual en- as, wis, meste chie
tries to 200. as the ume twins, Forrestel, Archie
Parsons, former N. Y. U. varsity man,
Ken Weisner, Central Collegi-1Bob Thomason, Ross Willard, stellar
ate Conference high jump chan- two-miler, and George Vetter, re- ="';
pion who reached 6'6" last year, turning letter-winner.
Charles Beaudry, who was timed Ohio State and Notre Dame, who;
for :9.8 for the hundred and :4.5 come to the meet with victories over MAINSTAYS: Heini Kessler (left
for the 40-yard dash and John 1.Michigan State and Western Michi- back bone of Michigan's swimming.
Richardson, 45 foot shot-putter, all gan respectively, are regarded as ser- ::
are slated to represent Marquette. ious contenders for some of the indi- SINK THEM GOPUERS.
Case is sending Bill Lund, National vidual titles. Purdue boasts of a
A. A. U. broad jump champion, strong squad, with such standout per'- -
who will compete in the dash as formers as Harvey, Don Weber and W olverine wncm
well as his OWfl specialty. Dick Major, both members of last
Quality then seems to be playing year's . mile relay foursome, which°*"
as big a part of this meet, as does captured the Conference crown. a . imesot in
quantity, for when looking down the Preliminaries are slated to get
entry list, such names ,stand out as underway at 7:00 with final events Neil Thorpe's Minnesota swimm
Johnny Schmidt, the Buckeye's Big starting at 7:30. natators at 2:30 today at the Varsi
Ten pole vault titlist, Purdue's Ben Mann considers "Michigan's first brew
Harvey, second in the Conference Minnesota has two strong -conl
dashes last spring, Bill Moore, former I AlD atek Ojampa, who has so far this season,
Drake University star, and then istered an exceedingly fast time of
Michigan's own Hume twins, co- jF"rth in 2:33.5 in the 200 yard breaststroke,
owners of the Conference mile crown and Vernon R~uotsalainen, who fin-
and Julian Witherspoon, Millrose I 1 ished second in the 1944 Conference
semi-finalist, in the dashes last, week. Or Diving Championships.
Dick Barnard, for the past week ; Kessler May Not Swim
a doubtful starter, will definitely be One of the main attractions of the
a member of the Maize and Blue MI 'SOta Il is troDn meet may not be offered, namely the

Five Bows to Wildcats
In Fina1 Home Contest
Opponents" Wright Is High Scorer with 12
Morrsh Geahan Follow at One-Point Intervals
By BILL MULLENDORE, drive of the half to make the count
A surprisingly strong Northwest-
ern basketball team spoiled Michi- 26-18 as the gun sounded.
gan's farewell appearance on its home As the second half opened, the
court last night as the Wildcats coast- Wildcats left no doubt as to their
ed to a 49-34 victory before 4.000 intentions. After Kell had counted
fans, from out-court to make-it 26-20, Max
Taking the lead in the first minute, Morris caged a field goal and a free
after the Wolverines had momentarily throw, and Wright and Frank Claw-
iumped in front on a pair of free son added two-pointers, after which
throws by Don Lindquist, Northwest- Morris got another to make it 35-20.
ern piled up an eight-point margin Northwestern maintained its
at half-time. Micliigan made sev- margin until, with eight minutes to
eral bids in the second stanza, but the go, the Wolverines turned on. their
Wildcats proved equal to every occa- most powerful drive of the evening
sion and finished off the evening's to pull within six points of thej
work with a nine-point spurt while leaders. With the score 40-34, the
holding their foes scoreless. Wildcats quickly took command
After the Wolverines took their again to net nine more points de-
2-0 lead, Northwestern began its spite Michigan efforts to break
victory drive on goals by Frank up the attack.
Wright and Ben Schadler. Walt
Kell tied it at 4-all a moment later, Wright led both teams in scoring
but the Wildcats countered with with 12 points, followed closely by:
baskets by Fred Johnson and Frank Morris. Conference scoring leader,
Wright and were out in front to with 11. Morris now has 125 points
stay, in eight games. Bob Geahan, Michi-
Midway through the period North- gan forward who has been running
western held a 12-6 edge and stead- second to Morris, netted 10 tallies
wy eld a 1- edge andasad- to bring his total to 102 in 10 outings.
ily built it up with a barrage of;
spectacular shots, while the Wolver-
ines were experiencing miserable __ Lost Times Today
shooting luck. With the score 20-8. -- JACK HAEs y
Michigan put on its only concerted I
---I"ONE BODY TOO MANY"

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You'll Feel Swell ...
after an afternoon of bowling
at MICHIGAN RECREATION.
A line a day will keep you in
tip-top shape,

) and Mert Church (right) are the
4 team this year.
a
inimers Meet
Conferenee it
ning squad will engage the Wolverine
ty Pool, in a meet which Coach Matti
ather of the 1945 season.
tenders in the personages of Vernon
in a meet against Northwestern, reg-

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CLASSIFIED ADVER TIING

mile relay quartet, but Dick Forrestel,
who injured an ankle in last week's
Millrose Games, is still a probable
Inksters Meet
Wfa-°-w I O ti tE

(:onf erence Tlhreat

Seeking its fourth Conference vic-
tory of the season, Michigan's wrestl-
ing team journeys to Minneapolis to-
day to meet a strong Gopher squad
in the last dual meet; of the cam-
paign.
Minnesota, boasting a three won,
one tie, and one loss record, has sev-

promised duel between Kessler and
Ojampa in the 200 lard breaststrokeE
event. Kessler is suffering from a
severe cold, and Mann does not feel
that he is in fit condition to partici-
pate in such a highly-contested race.
Aside from these two Gopher con-
testants, the Minnesota squad is
notoriously weak in the rest of the
departments, and today's meet will

ertaal outstanding grapplers who are j probably give the spectators a chance
threats for Big Ten honors in next to see some of the "lesser lights" in
Seeking their third victory of the week's Conference Championship action.
season tonight, the Wolverine hockey meet at Evanston. Mann is planning to use his key
team will face a strong and success- Lester Heads List men sparingly, and will put the brunt
teatwilofaceadstrong an.,latC&the -Leading this list is Rod,. Lister, of the meet on such men as Charlie
ful Waterloo squad, 8 p. i., at the who has won all five of his matches Higgins, Dave Bridges, Ed Fulkman,
Coliseum. 3I
Michigan's coach, Vie Heyliger, said this season as a heavyweight, but who Harry Westerberg, Frank Anderson,
will compete in the 175-pound divi- Ralph Chubb, Bill Breen, and Bill
both teams are about equal in abil- sion today due to the addition of Updyke.
ity and therefore it should be a pret -iontdydet h diino pye
ty dtoughr r" Wterood a member Bill Aldworth, heavyweight veteran This will give Mann an opportu-
of the Intermediate Ontario Hockey of last year's team. Lister will be up nity to see some of these men in big-_
Association, has defeated the Brant- against an able opponent in Jim time compbtition for the first time,
ford sextet, which the Wolverines also Galles, who is also unbeaten this and the results of these men's per-
conquered earlier in the year. This -eason. formances may go a long way in his
is an indication that tonight's contest Nelson Wis Five Matches inventory of the 1945 Maize and Blue
between these two balanced teams Ccach Clarence Ossell has another squad.
dstar in his lineup in the person of Wolverines Face Good Men4
should prove to be a very even battle.I
Dick Nelson, Gopher 155-pounder. Among the men that the Wolver-
Practice Sessions Stress Defense Nelson has won all five of his bouts ines will face today are Bob Jones, I
Practice sessions for the Waterloo this season, three of them by falls. short distance freestyler, Jack Hol-
match have emphasized defense stra- George Darrow, who turned in a ster- lingshead, 16 year old breaststroke
tegy. They have especially stressed i ling performance last week against hope, Wayne Perrault. Minneapolis
covering up in front of the net, and I Hugh Wilson of Indiana, former Big diver, and Mike Besel, a freshman
various defensive plays centering Ten champion, will provide the op- freestyle dash man.
around Maize and Blue defensemen, position here.
Herb Upton and Bob Henderson. In the 1.36-pound bracket. Joe Five Meets B dgers
The starting line-up will be the Eastling, the third Gopher boasting
same as in previous games, said Mich- an unblemished record, will go against; A i1dioT oni'h
igan's hockey mentor. Captain Ted Newt Skillman of the Wolverines who
Greer is at right wing, center posi- has won his last three matches, two Following last night's 49-34 loss to_
tion is held by Carl Sulentich, left via the pin method. Northwestern, the Michigan cagersI
winger is John Jenswold, the two de- will try to get back on the victory
fensemen are Upton and Henderson,j rt I trail this evening when they take
and Dick Mixer is tending the nets. 1 ou1 Luckon the University of Wisconsin at
Heyliger has three capable reserves Madison.
in Francis Allman, Fred Lounsberry, NORTHWESTERN F r TP The Wolverines already boast one
and Bob Lilienfield who form the seC- victory over the Badgers, having
onrd forward wall. Schadler f 3 0 1 6_
Johnson f ; 0 4 10 handed them a 50-39 shellacking here1
Waterloo Strong Morris c 4 3 1 11 a week ago. Following the Wiscon-
The first team Waterloo will place Clawson. 3 1 6 sin tilt, Michigan will close its seas-
on the ice will be composed of goalie Wright g 5 2 1 12 on next weekend at Evanston, play-
Bruce Bendernagle, defensemen Jer- Sickels f 2 0 1 4 ing a return match with North-
ry Schmidt and Hand House, wings rwestern.
Bud Vrooman and Phil Grau, and TOTALS 22 5 9 49
center spot is filled by Bill Fehun- MICIIGAN G F P T1P
bach.Geahan f 4 2 2 10
Mullaney f 2 0 3 4 M2ch 1
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