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Mermen

Face

Wildcats,

Sailors Away

This Week;

SPORTS
NEWS +IMEWS + COMMEN T
Dy DILL MULLENDORE, Sports Editor

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Sextet p oses Colorado

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Swimmers Seek
Revenge Saturday
In Return Contest
Michigan's swimming team faces a
busy week-end with a Friday night
engagement at Northwestern and a
return crack at Great Lakes the fol-
lowing night at the Lakes.
There was no gloom in the Wol-
verine camp after last Friday's defeat
at the hands of the Sailors and Coach
Matt Mann voiced the general feeling
that Michigan has a good chance of
sinking the Bluejackets in Saturday's
return engagement.
On paper the meet Friday with
Northwestern should prove little more
than a good warm-up for the Maize
and Blue. The Wildcats have been
spilled unceremoniously by both
Great Lakes and Michigan State, with
the Sailors running up a lopsided
54-29 score.
One ray of hope for the Wolver-
ines against Great Lakes came in the
disclosure that Dave Robertson, Blue-
jacket backstroker, had left the Naval
Station. Robertson picked up a third
in the backstroke Friday night for
a point which could have left the meet
score tied.
Mann also announced that, Heini
Kessler, veteran breaststroker, has
been elected captain of the team.
Kessler swam the breaststroke leg on
Michigan's NCAA championship 300-
yard medley relay team last year and
garnered a second spot in the 200-
yard NCAA breaststroke event.

{*4... : Stickmen Scheduled
r .L '" To Face Minnesota
.:.... Here Next Weekend
13y RUTH ELCONIN
With a remarkable record so far
this season, Michigan's hockey team
is expected to find stiffer competition
as it encounters three weekend series
with collegiate sextets beginning with
,i the University of Colorado.
Coach Vic Heyliger's charges will
travel to Colorado Springs, Col. for
gamesFriday and Saturday. Next
weekend at the Coliseum. in another
two game match, Michigan pucksters
will probably receive their biggest
test of the year when they face Min-
:L nezota.
Meeting Is Season Highlight
The meeting of these two teams
has always been the highlight of the
season, and the traditional rivalry ex-
isting between them should lead to
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F ATTENDANCE figures posted so far this winter mean anything, plans
now afoot to expand the University's athletic facilities can materialize
none too soon.
Hockey, basketball, and swimming teams have all performed before
crowds well above the average of previous years. The turnout for the three
home contests over the weekend was little short of phenomenal.
More than 7,000 persons, the largest throng in five years, jammed Yost
Field House for the Michigan-Illinois basketball game. If further proof of
local popularity of the cage sport is required, the attendance of 4,000 spec-
tators at the Michigan-Indiana game, played between semesters when the
students were away, should be more than adequate.
Every hockey game played at home has enjoyed a capacity crowd, with
many persons turned away at the door for lack of space. Countless others
who might have turned out have stayed home because of the difficulty of
obtaining seats.
The clincher was the Michigan-Great Lakes swimming meet last Fri-
day. Again, a full house was on hand, and many people had to be denied
admission.
THEmost pressing problems in seating capacity involve the Coliseum
and the Varsity Pool in the I-M Building. Arrangements for spectators
in both places are disgracefully inadequate. A large percentage of the
available seats are so situated as to give the onlooker only a very limited
view of what is going on.
The Field House, too, is in need of remodelling. It is not equipped to
handle 7,000 fans and give, all of them their money's worth.
Fortunately, the Athletic Department is taking steps to remedy the
difficulty. Two of the top priority projects on file are, respectively, a new
Coliseum and an enlarged swimming pool. Both will be welcomed.
As far as we know, no plans for the enlargement of the Field House ox-
ist. Some action along this line seems to us as absolutely necessary, as the
two projects previously outlined.
After all, the primary purpose of collegiate athletics is their entertain-
ment value. We are certain the always forward-looking Athletic Depart-
ment officials will take the necessary steps to fulfill this important func-
tion.

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I-M SCHEDULE
RESIDENCE HALLS "A"
Tonight
8:00 Allen Rumsey vs. Wenley
Greene vs. Lockwood
Fletcher vs. Baldwin
RESIDENCE HALLS "B"
9:00 Allen Rumsey vs. Fletcher
Greene vs. Tyler
INDEPENDENT
Tomorrow
7:00 Forestry Club vs. Div. St. A.C.
Che-Mets vs. Latin Wolves
S:00 D.D.T. vs. Ship's Co.
Engineers vs. Semper Five
Watched Dogs vs. Jr. Birdmen
Rangers vs. Poontangers
FRATERNITY "A"
Thurs. .
7:00 Chi Pi vs. A.D.P.
Z.B.T. vs. P.S.D.
D.K.E. vs. S.A.E.
Theta Chi vs. A.T.O.
8:00 B.T. Pi vs. Sig. Chi
P.D.T. vs. S.P.E.
L.C.A. vs. Zeta Psi
S.A.M. vs. P.G.D.
FRATERNITY "B"
9:00 P.S.D. vs. S.A.E.
P.D.T. vs. S.P.E.
B.T.P. vs. Sig. Chi

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FOR THE LOSERS ... Bob Har-
rison, Toledo forward, whose 11
points were not enough to turn the
tide in favor of the Wolverines.
Cagers...
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The Spartans stalled away the rest of
the time as the visitors broke through
for three markers.
Center Mazza, who accounted for
14 points, and Sam Fortino, who
made 12, took scoring honors for
both teams. Forward Bob Harrison's
11 markers and Center Glen Selbo's
ten were tops for the Wolverines.
Nelson Wins
Golf Tourney
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 7--P)- By-
ron Nelson, golfing immortal from
Toledo, Ohio, made a show of the
field today to win the 72-hole 20th
Annual Los Angeles Open by five
strokes. Nelson shot a 72 on the final.
round for a total of 284.
Ec 52?9?
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 7 -(VP)- The
Cooper Brothers, Morton and Wal-
ker, cost the St. Louis Cardinals
$75 and were sold for $235,000 cash
and Pitcher Red Barrett, winner
of 23 games last year.
"Morton Cooper had been play-
ing in the Western Association and
had been released," Sam Breadon,
owner of the Cardinals, recalled.
"We signed him and paid him $75
in back salary owed by his former
club."
"Mort told us he had a brother
who was a better player than he
was, so we signed Walker for noth-
ing."

CH IC AGO0, Jan. 7--(A")- Dick
Wakefield, star outfielder of the De-
troit Tigers, was discharged from the
Navy at Great Lakes Station Satur-
day, the Naval Public Relations Of-
fice reported today.
some exciting moments. On Jan. 25
and 26, the Maize and Blue squad
will again play away from home
when it shoots against the University
of Toronto.
Although the season has not yet
reached the half-mark, four records
have already been shattered by the
1945-46 team. These marks fell by
the wayside in last Saturday's tilt
when the Wolverine pucksters easily
conquered the Sarnia A. C., 16-2.
First Seven Game Streak
Since hockey became a varsity
sport at Michigan in 1923, no team
has been able to boast V a seven
game winning streak, a total of 16
goals in one game, nine tallies in one
period, or holds the distinction of
marking five times in 4:16.
Pre-game reports indicated that
the Sarnia club was stronger than
last year's squad bat.use of several
veterans who have rejoined the squad.
But Heyliger said "even though the
visitors did not live up to expecta-
tions, Michigan played a very good
game." The Wolverine puck mentor
was especially pleased with the show-
ing of his three forward lines who
have been working on offensive power
and displayed plenty of it as indi-I
cated by the score.1
Seven Goals For First Line
Heyliger's number one line of cen-
ter Wally Gacek, and wings Neil
Celley and Walt Grant tallied seven
times with Grant leading the attack
with four goals. Runner-up in the
scoring column, was Celley who
scored three times.
Ross Smith, varsity defenseman,
did not see action in the Sarnia tilt,
having ruled ineligible pending ac-
tion on his scholastic standing which
will be determined within a few days.
Yanks Name Rolfe
To Replace Fletcher
NEW YORK, Jan. 7-UP)-Robert
(Red) Rolfe returned to the New
York Yankees as a coach today, suc-
ceeding the ailing Art Fletcher, as
President Larry MacPhail cleared
the decks for the 1946 campaign with
a series of important appointments.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

(Continued from Page 2)
Gallery at Washington," at 11:00
a.m., Fri., Jan. 11, in Room 4, Alumni
Memorial Hall. The public is cordially
invited.
Academic Notices
Bacteriology Seminar: Today at 4
p.m. in Room 1564 East Medical
Building. Subject: Transformation
of Pneumococcal Types. All inter-
ested are invited. s
Seminar in Applied Mathematics and
Special Functions
Today at 3 p.m., 312 West Engineer.
Mr. Ernest Williams will talk on Mat-
ter and Electricity in Relativity. Pro-
fessor G. Y. Rainich will present an
introduction to the subject.
English I, Section 28: Assignment
correction:
No sentences will be required for
the Mumford essay on' Wednesday.
Seminar In History of Mathematics:
Wednesday, Jan. 9, 7-8 p.m., 3001
Angell Hall.
Mr. Kenneth Leisenring will com-
plete his discussion of "Imaginary
Elements in Non-Euclidean Geome-
try."

WHY BE
I RIbTATED?
Come over to RADIO AND REC-
ORD and find some really good
music. Always the latest in popu-
lar records and those perennial
favorites, classical music, both new
and old.

Seminar in Physical Chemistry will
meet on Thursday, Jan. 10 in Room
410 Chemistry Building at 4:15 p.m.
Professor Wilfred Kaplan will speak
on "Calculation of Potential Energy
of Ionic Crystals." All interested are
invited.
Events Today
The Science Research Club will
meet today in the Amphitheatre of
the Rackham Building at 7:30 p.m.
Program: Forum on Atomic En-
ergy; George E. Uhlenbeck, Depart-
ment of Physics; Kasimir Fajans,
Department of Chemistry; Harold M.
Dorr, Department of Political Sci-
ence; Theodore M. Newcomb, De-
partment of Sociology; Lawrence
Preuss, Department of Political Sci-
ence.
The Seminar on Comparative Re-
ligions will meet in Lane Hall (Fire-
place Room) at 7:30 tonight. The
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JAN. 9,

1946

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