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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1946

TIlE I~1I(IIIGAN DAIlY

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Three
Michigran Faces
Illinois Quintet
At Champaign
Cage Squad Attenmpts
To Score Fifth Victory
Michigan's basketball squad en-.
gages Illinois tonight at Champaign
in the first of a two-game jaunt that
will see the Wolverines back on their
home court, at 7:30 p.m. Monday, to
battle it out with Wisconsin's quin-
tet.
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan's men
will be out to chalk up their fifth
Conference win of the season to
match their five losses to date. A
victory in tonight's tilt would boost
the Maize and Blue from their pres-
ent seventh place position in Big Ten
basketball to a tie for sixth spot with
the Illini.
Mill's Squad Is Bolstered
Oosteibaan will place the standard
Michigan starting five on the floor at
Champaign this evening. As usual
Glen Selbo will lead off at the center
berth, Bob Harrison and John Mul-
laney are tagged to handle the for-
ward assignments, and Dave Strack
and Pete Elliott will be in the guard
slots.
Opposing this veteran aggregation
Doug Mills, Illinois cage mentor, is
starting a squad which has been bol-
stered, since its last encounter with
Michigan, by the return of two ex-
perienced cage stars. The added as-
sets to the Fightin' Illini squad are in
the persons of Fred Green and Jim
Marks.
Green A Former Whiz Kid
Green is a 6 ft. 7 in. freshman who
served on the famous 1942-43 Illinois
yearling crew. He was one of the il-
lustrious Whiz Kids, playing with
cage wizzards like Dike Eddelman,
Junior Kirk, and the' stellar Bob
Menke.
Marks measures 6 ft. 2 in. and
plays his basketball at one of the for-
ward positions. He was on the North-
South Illinois All-Star squad of 1944.
As a consequence of the return of
these two men, Coach Mills has in-
stituted a minor schange in his -vr-
sity five. Since Green has earned
back his-starting center spot, Menke,
who has handled the pivot-position
to date, is now leading off at one of
the forward posts.
Illini Out For Iyevenge
The balance of the Illini aggrega-
tion is composed of Bob Doster, who
is top man in the Big Ten individual
scoring race, and Walter Mroz, a di-
minutive 5 ft. 8 in. package of scaring
punch. Mroz garnered the number
one personal score of 21 markers in
Illinois' previous encounter with the
Wolverines.
Yost Field House was the scene of
the last .Michigan-Illinois match,
Jan. 5, when an underdog Maize and
Blue squad turned in a last minute
49-48 victory over the battling Cham-
paign men. It goes without saying
that Mill's men are out to garner a
revenge victory over their visiting ad-
versaries.
lity Victory Bonds!

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To See Action Away

Wolverine Cinder men Compete
For T op H onors at East Lansing

Michigan's 34 man track team
heads the list of 210 entries repre-
senting 14colleges and universities
in the .24th annual running of the
Michigan State Relays today at East
Lansing.
More than 5,000 people are expect-
ed to be on hand for the track carni-
val, which is Michigan's outstanding
event of the track season. The prin-

ning's card will be the 75-yard dash
which will pit Wolverine Bob Swain
against Buckeye Carl Baynard.
Swain, who was pulling up fast when
he lost to the fleet footed Baynard
last week, may like the extra dis-
tance and even his count with the
Buckeye.
Entries in the hurdle events prom-
ise to provide plenty of thrills in a
close race. Michigan's Elmer Swan-
son will compete against Western
Michigan's Taylor, Notre Dame's Billy
O'Neil, and Michigan State's Bob
Carrier.
Records Might Fall
Other Wolverine hurdlers that may
figure in the event will be Neil Mac-
intyre, Bud Wallington and Hack
Coplin, although it is known that
some of the Maize and Blue hurdlers
are having difficulty with their leg
muscles.
The field events will probably see
at least one record shattered by
Northwestern's Moore or Michigan
State's Ted Wonch. Wonch himself
set the pole vault record just two
weeks ago in a meet against Ohio
State, but experts agree that both he
and Moore can clear more than 13
feet 7% inches tomorrow.
Baynard Favored In 300
With Purdue's shot putter Bill
Bangert remaining at home, Wolver-
ines Chuck Fonville, George Ostroot,
and Jim Artley probably will not find
too much opposition.
In the middle distances it will be
Fred Jones from the Irish squad
against Wolverines Joe Shea, Jim
McFadden and Archie Parsons and
Ohio State's Bill Clifford. Baynard
of Ohio State is odds-on favorite to
take honors in the 300-yard invita-
tional ru. In the mile Michigan's
Bob Thomason willprobably face No-
tre Dame's Bill Leonard, although
the two milers may confine their
running to the relay events.
In the two mile for Michigan it
will be Chuck Birdsall, V-12 student,
and the much improved Dean Voegt-
len. Other Maize and Blue thinclads
that will see action in the five sched-
uled relay events are Chuck Low, Jim
Pierce; Bill Haidler, Horace Coleman,
Val Johnson, and Tom Kenney.

BOB THOMASON - Wolverine
thinclad will encounter stiff opposi-
tion today in the 24th annual Mich-
igan State Relays carnival.
cipal drawing cards will be the four
full squads sent by Michigan, Notre
Dame, Michigan State, and Ohio
State.
In addition Northwestern and
Western Michigan are sending out-
standing individual performers that
may take honors in three events. The
Wildcats' Bill Moore is one of the
outstanding pole vaulters in the na-
tion and Bronco Ed Taylor is con-
ceded a chance in the high jump and
both hurdle events.
One of the best races on the eve-

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-By ChUCK LEWIS
Typical of the progress of this
year's varsity wrestling team is the
improvement of 155-pound grappler
Stu Snyder.
After dropping two decisions this
season to experienced opponents,
Snyder, a navy trainee, came through
INTRAMURAL
SOprt Shot
THE all-campus indoor tennis tour-
ney begins this afternoon at the
Sports Building. The entries are
scheduled to perform as follows:
1 p.m. Widrig vs Skan; Levine
vs Bacon; Everett vs Johnson;
Tholen vs Binder. 2 p.m. Lent vs
Harris; Simons vs McCluskey;
Merry vs Sikorovski; Isaacs vs
Kapipes. 3 p.m. Adler vs Lambert;
winner of (Widrig vs Skan) vs
winne" of (Levine vs Bacon);
winner of (Everett vs Johlnsoi) vs
Dare.
I-M basketball will graduate into
the "big time" Monday night when
the Engineers and FBI's meet after
the varsity basketball game in the
Field House to decide the 'independ-
ent title.
These two Navy teams captured
top honors in their leagues, -the En-
gineers winning seven straight and
the FBI's dropping one game in five
starts.
The fraternity championship will
be determined Tuesday night at the
Sports Building when unbeaten Sig-
na Chi faces unbeaten Sigma Phi
Epsilon.

last Saturday night to pin his Wis-
consin adversary, Dave Nettesheim,
who, previous to meeting Snyder, had
an undefeated record.
In his first two encounters of the
year, Michigan's 155-pound entry
showed much stamina and ability but
his opponents, George McCool of In-
diana and Warren Gregory, Purdue
wrestler, demonstrated too much stuff
for Snyder.
Despite such a discouraging start,
Snyder kept on working to perfect
his mistakes and as Coach Cliff Keen
stated earlier in the season, hard
work and spirit does not stay unre-
warded. Snyder received his reward
last weekend when he gained his fall
over Nette .hein in 2;:40 of the third
pcriodc.
Graduates TIhis Mouth
Snyder, who is from Staten Island,
N. Y., will graduate this month. He
will receive a degree in Civil Engi-
neering, and also a commission in the
Naval eReserve.
He has been in service for' three
years, first stationed with the Seap-
bees on the West Coast and then en-
tering the V-12 program at Duke Uni-
versity. The Wolverine varsity mat-
man was transferred to the Michigan
campus in March of 1944.
Competed Last Year
Snyder is in the College of Engi-
neering, and a member of Vulcans,
senior engineering honorary society,
and Tau Beta Pi, honorary scholas-
tic society for Senior engineers.
Last year, he was out for the wres-
tling squad but was overshadowed in
the 155-pound class by George Dar-
row. Snyder had never taken part
in competitive athletics until he went
out for a position on the 1945 Maize
and Blue wrestling squad, which was
coached by Wally Weber.

GORD MAC MILLAN-Michigan's
leading goal-getter was stopped
cold in last night's tilt with the
University of Toronto sextet.
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of the night, missed one goal when
his shot hit the post and was robbed
of another possible score when Dick
Ball kicked out his shot as he went
in on the Toronto goalie alone. The
Blues also stormed the Michigan
nets several times, but to no avail.
Wally Gacek put the Maize and
Blue sextet in the lead at 7:05 of
the middle period, beating Ball with
a shot from just inside the Toronto
Blue line. Michigan's lead was short-
lived, however, as the visitors came
storming back to knot the count at
one all with Michigan a man short.
Halder scored his first goal after
receiving Gord Ball's pass, his shot
rolling in the corner of the net. Both
teams had many opportunities, but
great net-minding by both goalies
prevented further scoring.
At 1:13 of the final frame defense-
man Ed Kryzanoski rifled a high,
hard shot from 30 feet out to score
for the Blues as Jack MacInnes' view
was partially blocked on te shot.
Halder then knocked in a rebound,
with Bill Kosick setting up the play,
to give Toronto a 3-1 margin.
Toronto clinched the game with
five minutes to play as Halder and
Bob Henry combined for another
goal, Halder flashing the red light.
Gord Ball took Halder's pass half a
ninute later on one of lhe best scor-
ing plays of the night for the Blues'
sixth tally. Kosick concluded the
games scoring with Bill Lawler and
Jim Bromley getting credit for as-
sists.
Michigan and Toronto will wind
up the two game series at 8 pm. to-
night at the Coliseum.
MICtIIGAN '%ORONTO
MacInnes G D. Bal
MacMillan C Ilalder]
Grant 1RW G. Ball
Jacobson LW henry
Smnith LI? Doyle
Marshall 1ll Irvzainowski
FIRST PEl(IOD-Scoring:
None . IPealties: Smith, I rley,
SECOND 1ERI OD)-Scoring:
Michigan-Gacek (unassisted) 7:-
05. Toronto-Halder (G. Ball) 8:08.
Penalties: Sulentich, Grant, Pttock.
THIRD PERIOD-Scoring:
TI'ronto --Kryzanowski (unassist-
ed) 1:13, Halder (Kosick) 8:14, Hal-
der (Henry) 15:00, G. Ball (Halder)
15:32, Kosick (Lawler, Bromley) 16:-
24. Penalties: Hill, Wade.
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Tonigh
Wrestlers Seek
T hird Straight
Conferenc i
Illinois' Strong Team
To Test Wolverines
Michigan's fast improving w
tling team will try to make it th
victories in a row tonight, whe
meets the Illinois mat squad
Champaign.
The feature match of the even
Nill bring together Wolverine capt
Bill Courtright, and Illini freshr
Dave Shapiro. Weighing in at
wounds, both men are undefeated
car this season. Courtright has
victories in matches against Indi
Purdue, and Wisconsin, two of tI
victories being pins. Shapiro also
two pins to his credit, winningo
opponents from Wheaton Coll
Purdue, Michigan State, and I
Teachers.
In the 128-pound class, l11n
coach, Newt Law, will haveI
Kachiroubas, National AAU ch
pion from Chicago, to oppose J
Allred, Michigan's entrant in this
vision.
Wilsen Or Gottfried To Face Dwo
Opposing Dan Dworsky in
heavyweight class will be either
Wilson or Chuck Gottfried. Wil
1943 Big Ten champ while at Pur
is a junior from Chicago. Gottf
returned war veteran, is a 220-po
freshman from East St. Louis.
Norman Anthonisen, who was
Ten titlist at 165 pounds in 1943,
compete for the Illini at 175 pou
Wrestling against Anthonisen wil
either George Chaimes or Ward
erson. Coach Cliff Keen, Wolve
mentor, took both men to Champ
as he is undecided who will star
Wayne Smith Vs. Marlin at 145
Wayne Smith, starting for Mi
gan at 145 pounds, will be oppose
Ken Marlin, who was a membe
the Illinois wrestling squad in 1
The 155-pound contest will bring
gether Carl Grunwald and St
Snyder, wrestling for the Maize
Blue.
Undefeated in three starts this
son, Jim Stark, Michigan's
pounder will wrestle against1
Burwell, captain of the Ill
squad. Burwell is a sophomore f
Urbana and is a former confer
titlist. However, due to scholastic
ficiency, Burwell may not be abl
compete. If this is so, Bill Tom
will start for Illinois.
Tonight's mxeet will take place
lowing the Illinois-Michigan bas
ball tilt, in George Huff Gymnas
Swvim Sumr amar"ies
300-yard medley relay-Won
Michigan (Metcalf, Matters, We
berg) ; second, Wayne. Time 3:0
220-yard freestyle-won by M
(M); second, Tittle (M); th
Trites (W). Time: 2:17.4.
50-yard freestyle-Won by P
(W); second, Fries (M); thi
Barnes (M). Time: :23.7.
Low board diving-Won by Ca
(M); second, Evans (M); th
Gardner (W). Points: 342.9, 33
302.5.
100-yard freestyle-Won by P1
(W); second, Fries (M); th
Moss (M). Time: :53.
150-yard backstroke-Won
Metcalf (M); second, Ogle ('
third, Stone (M). Time: 1:45,.
200-yard breast stroke-Won
Sohl (M); second, Kessler (
third, Pouliot (W). Time: 2:32.
440-yard freestyle - Won
Adams ();dsecnd, Trites (1
third, Sanford (M) Trn: 5:14

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Michigan (Tittle, BEarnes, P14l
Mann); second, Wayne. Ti
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Michigan Natators Take Seven
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Of Nine Firsts, Five Seconds
Prew Chalks Up Doulde for Wayne Teamhi;
Mann, Metcalf, Cauja, Sohl, Adams Also Win
By CLARK BAKER 220-yard freestyle event and went
Michigan's swimming team tuned on to anchor the victorious Wolver-
up for its rough Conference road re ure nte40yr re
ahead by outclassing Wayne Uni- es quartet in the 400-yard free-
versity's natatBrs, 56i-28, last night t eaf.took an early lead and held
at the Sports Building pool, on to it to whip Wayne's Leroy Ogle
The Maize and Blue took control in the 150-yard backstroke. Wolver-
of things at the outset and never re- inc Ed Stone took third. Metcalf also
res- linquished thour growing margin. nEdtneokthd.Mcafls
ree ltguihed the gowing masgid led off the 300-yard medley team in
nie Altogether the Wolverines coasted its winning effort.
' it home to seven firsts and five seconds Swnhl, Kessler Sore
at on the nine-event program. Bob Sohl and Heini Kessler pulled
But Coach Matt Mann's squad had their one-two act again to sweep the
ing to yield high-scoring honors to the 200-yard breast stroke for the Maie
ain, Tartar's Bill Prew whose double in and Blue. Sohl was an easy winner in
nan the 50- and 100-yard freestyle sprints 2:32.8 while the Michigan captarin
165 brought the Wayne crew their only went into an early lead and then held
Sad victories of the evening. of a strong bid by Roy Pouliot for
had Prew Scores Double second spot.
hes' Prew scored both of his wins over Neville Adams gave the Maize and
has Michigan's Charley Fries. The Wayne Blue another win when he took the
ver speedster went ahead at the turn in 440-yard freestyle marathon from
er the 50 and beat off Fries' closing bid Bill Trites of Wayne and teammate
ge, to win in :23.7. The 100 went just Jay Sanborn. Adams was an easy
about the same way with Prew again winner but Sanborn had to fight all
taking over at the final turn to edge the way to nose out Bob Williams 01
lois' Fries with a :53. Wayne for third place.
Lou Michigan's diving duo of Gil Evans Relay Teams Win
am- and Alex Canja kept its record un- Both Wolverine relay teamS
ohn blemished by taking the low board chalked up easy triumphs. The med-
di- event from Wayne's Bob Gardner. ley team of Metcalf, Matters and
Canja evened his personal score with Weinberg came back strong after
rsky Evans by nosing his teammate out spotting the Tartar trio a two-yard
the for first. Gardner, just a week out of lead on the first leg. Matters took the
Bob the service, put up a good fight until lead in his first lap and piled u;
son, the final dive, enough of a margin to make it easy
due, Mann, Metcalf High for Weinberg.
vied, Matt Mann, III, and Willard Met- The freestyle relay quartet of Tit-
und calf turned in the Wolverines' best tle, Barnes, Bob Plath and Mann als(
efforts of the evening, each taking a took an early lead and coasted ix
Big first and swimming on a winning re- handily. Mann's anchor leg of :53.5
will lay team. Mann churned to an easy was the best 100-yard effort for tle
nds. win over teammate Dave Tittle in the Maize and Blue auartet.

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