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THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1946

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FACT TYIRt;

I IUnISDAY, JANUARY iG; 1940 PA6E TTIR~

T rack Squad's
Indoor Season
Will Open Here
Big Ten Powerhouses
To Give Talent Show
Three of the four leading conten-
ders for the Western Conference In-
door Track Championship will com-
pete against each other on Feb. 2 in
the Yost Field House, in the season
opener for the Michigan thinclads.
Commenting on the initial ap-
pearance of his squad this year,
Wolverine track coach Ken Doher-
ty said "the triangular meet be-
tween Michigan, Purdue and Ohio
State will be one of the best track
meets to be seen .in the Midwest
this yeir."
Although it is too early to predict
the outcome of any of the track
events it seems almost certain that
at least one of the existing Field
House record's is due to fall.
Purdue will have Bill Bangert,
230 pound National Collegiate and
National AAU Champion in the
shot put. Bangert has already
topped the mark set by Bill Watson
in 1938 with a toss of 53 feet 2
inches while at the University of
Missouri.
The Boilermaker shot-put star in
addition to being an outstanding ath-
lete is one of the most interesting in-
dividuals ever to be seen competing
in Ann Aj4bor. Bangert- has won na-
tionwide fame for his singing and has
been auditioned by the Metropolitan
Opera Company. It was to further
his musical career that he trans-
ferred to the Indiana institution.
Ohio State will have 220-pound
All Conference tackle, Russ Thom-
as entered in the same event.
Thomas is the present Big Ten ti-
tle holder in the shot-put with a
best toss of 47 feet 1 inch. The
Wolverines will be represented by
George Ostroot, Chuck Fonville,
and George Artley.
Another Boilermaker with his eyes
set on a Field House record is Dick
Kilpatrick, Big Ten high jump cham-
pion. Kilpatrick cleared the bar at
6 feet 51/2 inches in Chicago last year,
which is less than an inch shy of the
6 feet 6 3/8 inches held by Don Can-
ham.
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Michigan Pucksters ToI
Meet Colorado College
Wolverines Will Travel to Colorado Springs
Today for Weekend Series With Westerners
By RUTH ELCONIN
Leaving at 8:11 a.m. today for Colorado Springs, Michigan's hockey
team will be shooting to extend its victory string to nine when it encounters
the Colorado College Tiger sextet in a weekend series.
With games tomorrow and Saturday, the Wolverine pucksters will face
their first collegiate opposition of the season, and a team that has always
been a proven jinx to Maize and Blue puckmen. Michigan has played Colo-
rado six times since 1940, but this -

will be the initial meeting of ,these
two teams in three years due to the
ban on travel during the war.
Tied Once
Up to date the Wolverines' record
against this club is one tie and no
victories. The Tigers have won five
tilts breaking even with a 1-1 match
in 1941.
Coach Vic Heyliger has selected 15
players to make the,trip among whom
are 10 forwards, four defensemen,
and one goalie. The Maize and Blue
puck mentor announced that he prob-
ably will start Gord MacMillan at
center, flanked by Bill Jacobson and
Al Renfrew. Captain Connie Hill and
Bob Marshall will fill the defense
spots, with Jack Maclnnes tending
the nets.
Two Reserve Lines
In reserve as usual Heyliger will
be able to alternate two other for-
ward lines. Wally Gacek, Neil Cel-
ley, and Walt Grant form one trio,
while Chuck Kuznier, Sam Steadman,
and Karl Sulentich make up the
third line. Interchanging in the de-
fense positions will be Bob Arnot
and Clem Cossalter. Defensemen

Ross Smith and Ching Johnson, Jr.
will not make the trip.
Yesterday the pucksters went
through some speedy drills, again
emphasizing offensive work. Heylig-
er had the team stress passing and
shooting, while the defensemen prac-
ticed covering up in front of the net.
Westfall Sions
Up with Detroit
DETROIT, Jan. 9-(P)-Bob West-
fall, All-League fullback of the De-
troit Lions of the National Profes-
sional Football League, has signed a
two-year contract to play with the
Detroit team in 1946 and 1947, Coach
Charles E. (Gus) Dorais announced
today before departing for New York
for the annual League draft meeting.
Westfall, University of Michigan
backfield star for three years, earned
All-League honors last fall in his sec-
ond season as a pro.

ST ANDINGS
I-M STANDINGS - P3 -SP -M2..
FRATERNITY "B"
Sig. Chi...................1 0
P.D.T................... 1 0
S. P. E.................... 0 1
P. S. D..................... 0 1
S. A. E.................... 0 0
B. T. P. ........ ............ .0 0
RESIDENCE HALLS "A"
Allen Rumsey..............3 1
Greene....................3 1
Tyler ...... ....... . . ....... 2 1
W enley ................... 2 2
Lockwood .................1 2
Fletcher ............ . ..... 1 2
Baldwin .......... ......0 3
RESIDENCE HALLS "B"
Greene...................4 0
Tyler .................,... 2 2
Fletcher .................. 1 2
Allen Rumsey ..............0 3
I INDEPENDENT
Engineers ................. 4 0
Ship's Co.................. 3 1
Semper Five..... ......... 3 1
Rangers...................22
Poontangers. 2 2
Watched Dogs.............1 3
Jr. Birdmen...............1 3
D. D. T.'s ................ 0 4
II INDEPENDENT
Forestry Club 1 0
Che-Mets.................1 0
Latin Wolves..............0 1
Division St. A.C.............0 1
F. B. I.................... 0 0

Wolverines To Play Maroons in Chicago
Friday Night; Battle Wildcats on Saturday
By BERNIE MEISLIN
With a record of one win and two losses in conference play, Michigan's
surprising cagers have a chance to improve their record considerably in a'
weekend hoop schedule which takes the Wolverines to Chicago for a Fridayr
night game with the University of Chicago Ind a Saturday tilt with North,.-
western. I
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan believes his charges will look much bett tr
against the two Chicago area teams than they did in either of their oth 2r
two away games so far this seasonv
against O.S.U. and Michigan State hoop debut Morris walked away vr'th
respectively. "The boys will snap out the Big Ten scoring champions ip.
of it and will be up to par for the During the Western Michigan g S me
weekend," Oosterbaan said. this season Morris produced on F: of
Played Last in 1944 the most unusual feats of spart's
The Univeresity of Chicago has history, scoring four points ir! the
been out of Big Ten competition space of two seconds. Roundin out
since 1944. In that year the Maroons the Wildcat lineup are Bud ("arter
faced a Wolverine cage squad that and Phil Lofgren forwards, anC l Buzz
was to finish sixth in the conference. Wheeler and Chuck Tourek, g9iiards.
The final score of the contest was Out For Vengence t
74-41, Michigan. Chicago closed out The Wolverines will be out to gain
the season with a Big Ten record of some vengence in the Northgestern
no wins and eight losses.efray. It was as the result of t 'uo late-
S far the present season, the ason losses to the Wildcats last year
Maroons have an impressive record that Michigan had to be content
of six wins and one loss. The single
setback was a sound drubbing at the with a fifth place conference -finish.
hands of Indiana. An interesting sidelight on the first
Wildats nexeriecedWolverine-Maroon basketb Jl clash
Wildcats InexperienceWd since 1944 is the presence' of Dave
On Saturday night the Wolverines Strack as a starting guard /in Michi-
take on one of the Wildcats' most ex- ,
perienced squads of recent years. gan's 1946 lineup. It was Sctrack who
Only two lettermen, Max Morris and was top scorer with a t )tal of 15
Phil Lofgren, are available from last points in the 74-41 trouncing of Chi-
year's Ltem that plaesixth in te cago which led in part to lhe Maroon
year's team that placed sixth in the decision to quit Big Ten acompetition
conference. For the most part the i1945.
squad consists of freshmen and Navyi
V-12 transfers._____________
The key figure in the Wildcat cage
picture is Max Morris. In his 1945 j7

Cagers Oppose Chicago, Grapplers Set
Northwestern This Weekl For First Meet

With Indiana
Matmen' s Initial Test
To Be at Bloomington
Michigan's wrestling team has
been holding practices for six weeks
in preparation for its opening match
with the University of Indiana, Jan.
19, at Bloomington.
A glance at the records shows
that during the years from 1923 to
1940, Michigan has won only four
matches from the Indiana mat-
men.
The most decisive Wolverine vic-
tory came during the 1927-28 season,
when coach Cliff Keen's men beat the
Hoosiers, 19%1-112. This was also the
season the Maize and Blue won seven
and lost one, a 12-9 defeat by Illinois.
A further look at the records
shows that Michigan has been in
Big Ten wrestling competition
since 1930. From this date until
1940, the Wolverines have won the
conference championship only
once, but have taken second place
four times and third place three
times.
This will be 'the first Wolverine
team Keen has tutored in over three
year,.
PERSONALITY STYLES
are blended, shaped to your fa-
cial features. TRY ONE!
The Dascola Barbers
Between State & Mich. Theatres

I-M CAGE RESULTS

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Rangers 26 Peontagers 24
Forestry 22, Che-Mets 19
Bus. Ad. 40, Division St. A. C. 27
F.B.I. 31, Latins 19
Engineers 22, Sempre Five 14

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the meeting of the Forestry Club to
be held at 7:30 tonight in room 2039
of the Natural Science Building. All'
members are urged to attend.
Tea at the International Center:
The wleekly informal teas at the In-
ternational Center on Thursdays,
from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. are open to
all foreign students and their Ameri-
can friends.
The Spanish Society announces
that there will be tryouts for the an-
nual Spanish play on Thursday and
Friday, Jan. 10 and 11, in Room 408
Romance Languages, between 4 and
5 p.m. All students and natives are
urged to tryout.

The American Veterans Commit-
tee, will hold an open meeting at 7:30
tonight in the Michigan Union. Dr.
Max Dresden will talk on "Atomic
Bomb Policy" from the physical, po-
litical and social viewpoints. There
will be a discussion following the
talk. The public is cordially invited.
The Thursday Evening Record
Concert will be held at 7:45 p.m. in
the Men's Lounge of the Rackham
Building. The program will include
Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C
Major by Bach; Symphony No. 4 in
E. Minor by Brahms; Concerto No. 2
in C Minor by Rachmaninoff. All
Graduate Students are cordially in-
vited to attend.
Coming Events
JGP Dancing Classes: Additional
enrollment of male students at JGP
dancing classes will permit Ann Lip-
pincott, JGP chairman, to accept
new co-ed registrants for hostesses.
Classes meet Wed. 7:30 to 8 p.m., and
Thurs. 7 to 8; and 8 to 9 p.m. Any
girl desiring to register should tele-
phone Ann Lippincott, 22547, or en-
roll at one of the regularly assigned
meetings.
Graduate Students in Speech: Thd
January meeting of the Graduate
Study Club of the Department of
Speech will be held at 4 p.m. Friday
in the East Conference Room of the

Rackham Building, when reports will
be made on the convention of the Na-
tional Association of Teachers of
Speech.
Wesleyan Guild-Square and Folk
Dance party for all Methodist stu-
dents and their friends, Friday night
from 8:30 to 12:00 in the Guild
lounge. Refreshments and games
during the evening.
The Faculty Women's Club Musi-
cale will be held on Saturday, Jan. 12
at 8 p.m. in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre. Each member may bring
her husband or another guest. Tea
will be served.
The Graduate Outing Club will
have a hike or toboggan party, de-
pending on the weather, on Sunday,
Jan. 13. Those interested should
sign up and pay the supper fee at the
checkroom desk in the Rackham
building before noon Saturday. Mem-
bers will meet at 2:30 Sunday in the
Outing Club Rooms in the Rackham
Building. Use north-west entrance.
Research Club. The January meet-
ing of the Research Club will be held
on Wednesday evening, Jan. 16 at
eight o'clock. Professor W. H. Hobbs
will present a paper on "The Newly
Discovered Glacial Lake Leverett"
and Professor E. A. Philippson a pa-
per on "New Finds and New Methods
in Germanic Religion."

Reader Decides To
Remain with Sate
EAST LANSING, Jan. 9-(-P)-Russ
Reader, sparkplug halfback on last
season's Michigan State College foot-
ball team, said today that contrary to
reports, he was not transferring back
to the University of Michigan.
Reader was said to have been "in-
vited" to the U. of M. campus during
the Christmas holidays and that he
would return to the Wolverines for
next year's campaign.
"I did go down to Ann Arbor for a
couple of days," Reader asserted,
"but after thinking it over, I decided
to stay at State."

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