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SATUDAY, JANUARY 19, 1947 THE M I C H I GAN DAI)Y

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restling,

asketball

Teams

SeIk

Wains

Via.

MaItmenEngage Indiana
In Initial Tilt of Season
Courtright To See First Action Since 1942;
Keen Undecided About Heavyweight Starter

By SY LICHTER
Michigan's wrestling team will
open its 1946 Big Ten wrestling sea-
son tonight, when it faces a more ex-
perienced Indiana mat team at
Bloomington.
This match will also be the season's
opener for the Hoosiers. Although
both teams are unknown quantities,
Indiana is the more experienced
squad.
Indiana's coach, Charles McDaniel,
is set on his lineup for this initial
meet. However, Wolverine mentor,
Cliff Keen, is undecided as to his
heavyweight wrestler. Dan Dwor-
sky was supposed to start for Michi-
ga in this class, but since Dworsky
has a cold Keen is not sure if he will
be able to wrestle. If Dworsky should
not be in condition to compete, then
either George Chiames or Ward Pet-
erson will wrestle I his place.
Sowinski Is Indiana's Heavyweight
Peterson or Chiames will be op-'
posed by Joe Sowinski, Indiana's
heavyweight. Sowinski is a junior
from East Chicago, and has been a
member of the team for two years.
However, he did not wrestle last year
due to an injured shoulder.
Jim Stark, who will open for Mich-
igan at 121 pounds will meet Mike
Rolak. Rolak was a student at In-
diana for one semester prior to his
entrance into the Army Air Forces.
As a navigator, he made 25 missions
over France and Germany.
Allred To Start
John Allred, who is starting for
the Wolverines at 128 pounds, will be
matched with Ray Cantarelli. Can-
tarelli, a sophomore from Cleveland,
is a veteran wrestler. Last year he
competed for Ohio State, where he
M club pictures may be picked
up any day of the week between
12:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. at the Mich-
igan Union. See Elmer Swanson.

placed fourth in the Big Ten, and
third in the NCAA.
Starting for the Wolverines at 135
pounds will be Navy trainee Dale
Richardson. Richardson will be op-
posed by Bernard Berger. Berger is
a sophomore, and this is his first sea-
son out for the squad.
Smith Goes At 145
In the 145-pound class, Wayne
Smith gets the nod for the Michigan
grapplers. Smith will meet Elias
George, freshman from Cannons-
burg, Pennsylvania. George was third
last year in the NAAU meets while a
student at Oklahoma A & M.
One of Michigan's veteran wres-
tlers, Stu Snyder, will be Keen's
choice to start in the 155-pound class.
Snyder is a V-12 student on campus,
and will be opposed by George Mc-
Cool, a junior from Indianapolis. Mc-
Cool is a paratrooper veteran and was
on the team last season, however, a
broken foot forced him to curtail his
'work.
Courtright Meets Napolitan
Michigan's other veteran wrestler,
Captain Bill Courtright, will be the
Wolverines' choice to wrestle in the
165-pound division. Tonight's meet
will mark the first one Courtright has
competed in since 1942, when he was
captain-elect of that year's team
prior to his entrance into the Army.
Wrestling against Courtright will be
Larry Napolitan, freshman from Far-
rell, Pa. Last year Napolitan won the
All-Allegheny Mountain Association
title.
At 175-pounds, Robert Johnson will
be starting for the Hoosiers. Johnson
is a freshman from Chicago, and won
second place in the All-City tourna-
ment. The Wolverine who will op-
pose Johnson will be either Chaimes
or Peterson. Coach Keen said that
one of these men will wrestle in the
unlimited division, and one will com-
pete in the 175-pound class.

CLIFF KEEN - Wolverine mentor,
whose wrestlers open season with
Indiana today.
Michig"an Teami
Has ominated
rack Records
By WALT KLEE
"In general the prospects aren'tl
too good" were the words with which
the Michigan track coach Ken Do-
herty yesterday described the possi-
bilities of his team in the quarter mile
and mile relay events this season.
"Michigan has dominated the Big
Ten Conference for the past 15 years,
with Indiana, Iowa and Illinois run-
ning far behind." Doherty has the
records of the past years to back up
his statement.
68 Points in 440
Since 1930, Wolverines have picked
up 68 points in the 440-yard run in
the Conference Meet while Indiana
has gathered 39. Iowa and Illinois
tied at 35, just four points behind.
The Illini have shown the most im-
provement because of their points,
22 have been made in the past six
years, while Indiana, until the begin-
ning of the decade traditionally the
second track school in the Confer-
ence, has slipped badly since the be-
ginning of the war.
In the relay event it is the'same
story with the Wolverines far in the
lead with 4912 points to Indiana's
28. The Wolverines have copped the
mile relay title four out of five times
since 1940 and finished second and
third the other two years.
Johnson Is Only Veteran
Doherty has only one veteran from
last year's team and a returned vet-
eran from 1943 and three newcomers
from which to choose the four mer,
to run on the relay team and in the
quarter mile.
Val Johnson is almost assured of
a position because of his last year's
record. Bill Matney is back on the
squad after a two year absence
Bill Haidler is the most promising
freshman in the group of newcomers.
He is capable of breaking 51 seconds
at present and may bring his time
under 50 seconds before the end of
the season. Ron Soble and Jim Pierce
round out the list of candidates in
this event.

Hockey Squad1
Garners Tenth
Straight ictory
Teams Clash Tonight
In Return Encounter
(Continued from Page 1)
liger's crew but was not pressed to
the same extent as McDermid.
Once again Michigan had tol
come from behind to win after spot-
ting the Northmen a one-goal lead
in the opening period. With the
Gophers a man short and Michigan
trying to tally on a power play, Frick
grabbed the loose puck and bulled
his way past the defense to score the
only goal of the period.{
Michigan knotted the score at 7:29
of the second stanza when Grant
took Bob Marshall's pass at the
Gopher blue line and faked McDer-
mid out of the play. Hill put the
Wolverines into the, lead midway
through the period, lifting the puckI
into the nets on a rebound off theI
goalie's pads. Michigan never relin-
quished this lead.
Grant, Renfrew Tally
In the final stanza Grant added'
another score at 3:55 and Al Ren-
frew clinched the game with a hard
shot from ten feet out, making the
score 4-1.
With less than three minutes to
play, Bob Carley back-handed a shot
into an open Michigan net after Mac-
Innes had been drawn out of position4
for Minnesota's second goal.
Michigan and Minnesota will re-
suine action tonight in the second
game of the series. They will play
another two game series in Minneap-
olis on Feb. 1 and 2.t
Finally!

MAX MORRIS -- Leads Wildcat
cagers against Michigan tonight.
Seven Merme
Swim in AA U
Aeel in Detroit
Seven Michigan Swimmers will in-
vade Detroit to compete in the Michi-
gan State AAU championship meet
at 7:30 p.m. today in the Northwest-
ern High School pool.
Men, Women Compete
The evening's program will include
six men's events and a trio of wom-
en's races. On the men's slute will
be a 400-yard freestyle event, a 220-
yard breast stroke event, a 75-yard
back stroke race, a 150-yard medley
relay, a 150-yard individual medley
event and a 100-yard freestyle relay
race.
Michigan will be represented in five
of the six races with Wolverine Bob
Matters competing in three. The
Maize and Blue breast stroker will
not swim his specialty, however. Mat-
ters will perform backstroke in the
150-yard medley relay, teaming up
with breaststroker Bob Sohl and free-
styler Matt Mann, Jr., and will be'the
only Michigan representative in the
75-yard backstroke event. His third
effort of the night will bein the 150-
yard individual medley event.
Three Wolverines In Freestyle Race
Mann will also swim in the 400-
yard free-style race along with team-
mate Chuck Moss and Neville Adams.
Moss and Adams chased Mann home
in the State 220-yard freestyle event
here last month. Sohl will also be
seeking a double triumph tomorrow
night when he joins Wolverines
Frank Anderson and Bob Michels in
the 220-yard breast stroke event.
The Maize and Blue swimmers will
get back into Big Ten action by play-
ing host to Purdue's natators Jan.
26 at the Sports Building pool. It
will be the Wolverines' second Con-
ference test. A week ago they turned
back Northwestern, 47-34, at Evans-
ton.

Wolverine Cagers Encounter
Northwestern in Return Game
Morris, King at Head of Wildcat Attack;
Michigan Aims for Third Big Ten Victory
By HANK KEISER
Michigan's unpredictable basket- Dutch Lonberg, the Wildcats'
ball squad will be seeking to turn the coach, will also start Chuck Lindgren,
tables on a slightly favored North- Bud Carter, and Buzz Wheeler. Lind-
western crew at 7:30 p.m. today when
the two teams face each other in gren fills the remaining forward slot,
Yost Field House. while Carter and Wheeler take care
The Wildcats are given a slight of the guard berths. Wheeler is the
edge over Coach Bennie Oosterbaan's third man to be watched on the
thrice-defeated quintet by virtue of Evanston crew. He is noted for his
their 60-41 win over the visiting Wol- ability on defense as well as being
verine team last week at Evanston.
However, Northwestern dropped a listed as a constant scoring threat.
45-38 match to Illinois Monday night, Same Five Faces Northwestern
while Michigan downed the Illini in For Michigan, Coach Bennie Oos-
a 49-48 thriller earlier this season. terbaan plans to lead-off with the
Morris, King Main Threats same five that opposed Northwestern
Comparative scores prove noth- last week, Glen Selbo, Bob Harrison,
ing, according to pre-game dopesters, Jdhn Mullaney, Dave Strack, and
who maintain that the outcome of Pete Elliott. Selbo will be at the cen-
the contest will depend mainly on ter spot when the opening whistle
Michigan's play. The Maize and Blue blows, Harrison and Mullaney at the
squad's major task in this depart- forwards, and Strack and Selbo in
ment will be the stopping of North- the guard positions.
western's twin scoring threats, Max The Wolverines will be shooting for
Morris and Leroy King. their third Conference win, while
Morris, captain of this year's crew, Northwestern is out to keep its rec-
handles a starting forward assign- ord clear of any more than the one
ment and is the Wildcat's top scorer loss it suffered at the hands of Illi-
to date. He was last season's most nois.
valuable Western Conference cager,
and is rated as one of the leading N
contenders for the 1946 nomination. elson R
King Tallest In Big Ten
Supplementing Morris's scoring W inter Circuit
talent with a basket-sinking knack
of his own is King, who plays center
on the Purple and White's varsity RICHMOND, Calif., Jan. 18, (/P)-
five. King is one of the biggest men Byron Nelson today telephoned Fred
in Big Ten basketball, standing 6 ft. Corcoran, tournament manager of
7 in., and, in contrast to most tall the P.G.A., he would rejoin the winter
cagers, handles the ball with profes- golfing curcuit somewhere in Texas.
sional polish. Nelson was enroute to Toledo, Ohio.
I IIKICuIGAINI

MICHIGAN
Maclnnes
Cossalter
Hill
Gacek
Celley
Grant
Ist period
(unassisted)
2nd period

MINNESOTA

G McDermid
L D Opsahl
RD O'Brien
C Burman
L W Fleming
RW Carley
- Minnesota - Frick
13:13.
- Michigan - Grant

TODAY

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FOR SALE
COMPLETE Army officer's wardrobe
for sale. 2 blouses, hat, pinks and
greens. Henry Cooper, 1234 White
4424.
UP-TO THE-MINUTE formal attire,
size 10, must liquidate! Includes
black evening coat with gold em-
broidery, black velveteen and net
gown, misty grey net gown, Chi-
nese red jeweled evening sweater,j
pearl evening pouch. Call 2-4262,1

LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Cameo ring, between Michigan
Theatre and Sugar Bowl. Family
keepsake. Finder please phone
2-6190.
LOST: Green Sheaffer Lifetime pen,
Jan. 14 between Angell Hall and
Forest. Desperately needed. Betty
Nancakow, call 6577.
FOUND: Outside U. Drug. Yellow
leather change purse. Owner call M.
Rich. 2-5268. Identify contents.
LOST: 6" slide rule. Name on back.
Address on leather cover. Call 4295.
WANTED
WANTED-University Research En-
gineer desires unfurnished or par-
tially furnished apartment or house
or to learn of future vacancies.
Phone 4121 Ext. 2107.
WANTED TO RENT: Nice apart-
ment for myself and wife; no
dogs, no children. Am entering
U. .of M. Law School in March.
Willing to long term lease. Can
move in anytime after Feb. 1st.
Address Lt. John E. Grasboll
NROTC Unit, U. of W., Madison,
Wisconsin. Can come to Ann Ar-
bor anytime to see apartment.
WANTED: Two tickets for Heifitz
concert. Call Gladys, 6922.
WANTED: 2 tickts for Heifitz con-
cert tonite. Call 225. Betsy Barbour
22591.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY, HOUSE: Prefer-
ably small house near campus for
occupancy Sept. 1st. Write price, lo-
cation, don't call: WWC, 1313 Ford
Bldg., Detroit 26.

(Marshall) 7:29; Hill (unassisted)
13:42.
3rd period - Michigan-- Grant
(unassisted) 3:55; Renfrew (Mac-
Millan) 7:41; MacMillan (Renfrew)
1950. Minnesota - Carley (unas-
sisted 17:06.
Redskins' Head
Coach Resigns
WASHINGTON, Jan. 18 -(P)- A
long-smoldering coaching disagree-
ment in the Washington Redskins te-
pee suddenly flamed today with the
resignation of head coach Dudley De-
Groot.
Albert Glenn (Turk) Edwards, 38,
who worked up the hard way, was
named DeGroot's successor. Edwards
has been with the Redskins 14 years
as player, assistant coach, and now
head coach.

BETTY HUTTON
BARRY F ITZGERALD
DON DEFORE
in
CLUiB
30c TODAY until 5 O'clock - then 4.

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after 6 (six) p.m.
FOR SALE: Nine matched
irons. Call 2-4401. Ask
Koskinas.
PERSONALS
MEN! You're on the right

Kroydn
for GCo.
track if

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10:15-WPAG Quiz 1:10-Organ Music (Pop.) 4:45-Quiz
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OPEN

LETTER

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TO THEI STUDJIENT A A IR iS COMITTH~EE:

you come to the Couzens Hall Grand
Central Station Stopover, the cross-
roads of a million college lives,
Leave from 2:30-5:00 Saturday,
Jan. 19, 1946.
Jny itory Bonds!

ne of'4 4ii igani's lest -re ute il hered an nlQost
ppl~riar traditions has always been the J-11oP. In
voting against the J-Iop Committee's plan for a

You r.mSure To Fln
"PACKS OF
HEALTHFUL VALUE"
at

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vivish J-Ilop, you ;ure going against the wishes of
thme stumIeast, ~. here tots Ieenu toelaborate
si cuaM futuuction on this caunpus for over three years.
We helieve that you owe it to the student body --
and more partiuIarly the Class of '46 - to give
theuIm AT LEAST one "extravagant" weekend before
they graduate. Your reasons for turning down the
Couxuittee's plan as stated in The Michigan Daily
appear insufficient.

-Coming Sunday-

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