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January 26, 1946 - Image 3

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THEMICHIGAN DAIAYIA

Swimmers Are Favored To

Outsplash Purdue
Mermen Seek Third Straight Win;
Quar tet Aims at 400-Yard Relay Mark

Today

By CLARK' BAKER
Michigan's swimming team will
shoot for its third straight win of
the season at 3 p.m. today when it
clashes with Purdue's natators at
the Sports Building pool.
The dual will be the fifth between
the two schools with the visiting
Boilermakers seeking their initial tri-
umph over the Wolverines. Purdue
has been beaten this season by Great
Lakes, 52-32, and that defeat coupled
with Michigan's split with the Blue-
jackets makes the Wolverines the fa-
vorite this afternoon.
Relay Team Eyes Mark
Feature event of the meet will be
an attempt by Michigan's all-fresh-
man 400-yard relay team to break the
National Collegiate freshman mark
of 3:34.7, set by Yale in 1940. The
quartet of Chuck Moss, Dave Tittle;
Matt Mann, III, and Dick Weinberg
has turned in 3:36.6 time already this
season.
Mann will also put his unbeaten
record in the 220-yard freestyle
event on the line in what may be the
best race on the card. The Wolverine
distance star will oppose Purdue's ace,
Dick Hennigan. The Boilermaker
star smashed an old Purdue mark in
the 220 last week against Great
Lakes. -
Adams Swims 440
Hennigan will also swim the 440-
yard freestyle event for the invaders
along with Morgan Byers, all-Amer-
ican freestyler for Purdue last year.
Opposing this duo will be Michigan's
up-and-coming Neville Adams. Adams

scored a second to Mann last Satur-
day in the State AAU meet in Detroit.
The Maize and Blue divers will
face some stiff competition in Major
Willis, a discharged veteran who has
done yeoman work for Purdue this
year. To oppose Willis, Coach Matt
Mann will pick two of his three aces,
Alex Canja, Gil Evans and Ralph
Trimborn.
Fries In Freestyle EventsI
For the 50- and 100-yard freestyle
races the Wolverines will have let-
terman Charley Fries and Weinberg,
Tittle, Moss, Chuck Barnes, Jay San-
ford and Lou Kivi. Willard Metcalf,
Bob Matters and Fries will probably
swim the 300-yard medley relay for
Michigan.
In the backstroke Mann has Met-
calf, Gordie Pulford and Ed Stone
to pit against Purdue's Pete Hunting-
ton. Captain Heini Kessler and Bob
Sohl will probably swim the breast
stroke for the Maize and Blue against
the invaders.
MSC Simmers
Top Purdue, 57-27
EAST LANSING, Jan. 25, (P) -
Michigan State College's swimming
team tonight defeated its third West-
ern Conference team of the season
by outstroking Purdue University 57-1
27.
Five MSC-Purdue dual meet re-
cords were broken as Michigan State
won every event.

AP
aSPORTS
BRIEFS
Card Vets Return
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 25-(iP)-Three of
the best men in the business have re-
turned from the Armed Forces to,
handle the outfield chores of the St.
Louis Cardinals in the 1946 pennant
race.
The Red Birds received no-ice to-
day that Enos "Country" Slaughter
has been discharged by the Army
Air Forces. He will rejoin his old
teammates, Terry Moore and Harry
Walker, at the special training camp
for veterans, starting Feb. 18 at St.
Petersburgh,- Fla.
Purdue Star Wins
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 25---(A)-
Bill Bangert, the singing shotputter
from Purdue University, put the
shot 49 feet 4 inches today to win
the opening event in the second an-
nual Philadelphia Inquirer Invita-
tion Track Meet.
In second place was Fortune
Gordon of the Navy, who put
the shot 48 feet 312 inches. Norman
Wasser, U. S. Navy, co-favorite
with Bangert, was third with a toss
of 47 feet 11 1/ inches.
Detroit Faces Brtins
DETROIT, Jan. 25-(IP)--The De-
troit Red Wings, running fourth in
the National Hockey League three
games back of the leading Chicago
Black Hawks, risk a long-term win-
ning streak here tonight when they
clash with a Boston Bruin sextet
they've beaten only twice in six
games this season.

Wrestlers To Meet
Purdue Tonight
Boilermakers Boast Michigan. Smith wrestled at 14!
pounds last week but has taken of
T WOstraightw mS enough to squeeze in at 136. He wil
be opposed by Bob Mottelson or Wil-
By CHUCK LEWIS lis Stanton. Mottelson was runner-up
Michigan's varsity wrestling team in the Big Ten Conference meet o
will be aiming for its first victory of last year.
the season as the grapplers tangle Either Art Clements or Ken Job
with the Purdue Boilermakers to- son will get the nod at 145 pound
night after the Ohio State-Michigan for Michigan. Clements or Jobson
basketball game on the mats of Yost will face the veteran Bob Folk, who
Field House. was third in the Conference last yea
This match will be th' second for his weight division.
match of the year for the Wolverines, Snyder At 155 Pounds
while Purdue has two under its belt. Stu Snyder will face Warren Greg
Last weekend Indiana beat Michigan, ory at 155 pounds. Gregory was th
18-8, while Purdue's mat squad took f titlist in the 145-pound class befor
care of Illinois to the tune of 20-6. entering the Armed Forces. Michi
Purdue also had a match with Michi- gan's Captain and pin artist Bil
gan State's Spartans last night. "Corky" Courtright will be at his ol
Stark Out For Second Win post of 165 pounds. His adversary
Jim Stark, 121-pounder, will be will be either Frank McClure, a jun
gunning for his second victory over ior V-12 trainee, or Walter Silvestr:
his Boilermaker adversary, Bob Holt. The lightheavyweight starter is stil
Holt is a freshman from Maywood, undecided for Michigan but he wil
Ill. At.128 pounds, Coach Cliff Keen be either ex-gridder George Chiame
will again send Freshman John Al- or Ward Peterson and will be opposed
lred. Allred gave a fine exhibition by Mike Rajeevich, defending Bi
against Indiana and will go this time Ten 175-pound champion.
against Harold Cook. Dan Dworsky will again grapple fo
In the 136-pound class, Wayne the heavyweight and will face Pur
Smith is the probable starter for due's Ray Gunkel of Chicago.

STILL A GUARD . .. Warren Am-
ling, whose play at guard on the
gridiron brought him All-Ameri-
can honors, will be seen in action
tonight on the hardwood as one
of the Buckeyes' guards.
(Continued from Page. 1)
Huston, and Ray Snyder. Amling,
All-American gridder this past sea-
son, stands 5 ft. 11 in. and handles a
guard assignment, while Bowen, who,
measures 6 ft. 2 in., plays forward.
Huston has had two years experience
in OSU basketball at a guard berth
and diminutive 5 ft. 8 in. Snyder al-
ternates at forward and guard.
Coach Olsen has failed to announce,
his starting lineup as yet, but it isI
believed that no major changes are
in the offing. Olsen, whose 1944-45
record reads 14 wins as against four
losses, is reported as being extremely
optimistic as to his team's chances
tonight.
Michigan's side of the picture re-
mains unchanged. The Wolverine
first five will be composed of the same
men that represented the Maize and
Blue against Indiana, Monday. Glen
Selbo will be at the center post, John
Mullaney and Bob Harrison will be
handling the forward assignments,
and Dave Strack and Pete Elliott are
slated to start in the guard positions.
Selbo is tied for second in Confer-
ence scoring with Bob Miller, Pur-
due Center, at 75 points. Strack's 25I

NOT ENOUGH . . . Clem Cossal-
ter's bangup game on defense was
not enough to stop Toronto's at-
tack.
Se et t".s
(Continued from Page 1)
then out skated the Maize and Blue's
forward wall to add another tally.
Michigan's second count of the tilt
came a few minutes later on a per-
fectly executed play. Gord MacMil-
lan slipped the puck to Al Renfrew
who charged past the Toronto line
to score.
But this did not end the barrage
of Toronto goals, as Bob Henry and
Halder both tallied to bring the mid-,
dle period to a close with the Domin-
ion squad out front, 8-2.
The final stanza was a hard fought
one. The Wolverine defense tight-
ened up allowing the Blues a single
tally, while Gacek made one of the
best plays of the game when he
counted the Maize and Blue score on
a solo dash.
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Mullin Returns
To Active List
Release of Tiger Star
Strengthens 'Outfield
DETROIT, Jan. 25-(/P)-Pat Mul-
lin, 28-year-old Detroit Tiger out-
fielder who. received his Army dis-
charge last Saturday, conferred with
General Manager George M. Traut-
man here today, signing his applica-

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