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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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!xtet FacesRejuvenated
Tindsor Spitfires Today

GWolverines End Home Track Season
In Cinder Battle with Buckeyes Tonight

MSC Seeks To Revenge
Earlier Loss to Michi2a'

ichigan's hockey team journ-
to Windsor, Ontario, tonight
a rematch game' against the
dsor Spitfires.
the first meeting of the two
ns the Wolverines complete-
utplayed their rivals, scoring
t goals in the first two periods
then coasting to a 10-7 vic-
il Jacobson led the scoring in
first tilt, garnering three goals
an assist. However, Jacob-
is still suffering from a groin
ry and will be used only spar-
dsor Boasts Win Streak
he Spitfires are in -the midst
,n extended winning streak,
'h brought them to their pre-
second place position in the
rnational Hockey League.
>ach Ebbie Goodfellow of the
fires, will present a vastly im-
ed squad than the one that
:d the Maize and Blue in the
game. Goodfellow, one of
outstanding defense men in
history of the National Hockey
rue, has developed new talent
improved the play of some of
veteran players.
ries Plague Chinese Star
ie of the new men under the
age of Goodfellow is Georgie
. He is one of the first play-

ers of Chinese descent to play hoc-
key in Detroit, but a series of in--j
juries that have plagued him from
the start of the season have kept
Chin from regular competition.
The Border City team has dis-
played a strong offense chiefly
through the efforts of Gordon
Haidy, who is the leading goal
scorer in the International Lea-
gue, and Harry Marchand who is
leading in total points scored.
Since the Spitfires are girding for
No tickets for the Michigan-
Windsor game are available in
Ann Arbor, but there will be
about 4,000 tickets on sale at
the Border City's arena before
the game.
the coming League playoffs the
Wolverine encounter should give
them an indication of their title
chances.
In spite of Bill Jacobson's in-
jury, this will be the first game in
a month that Coach Vic Heyliger
will be able to call on the services
of the full team.
Michigan will probably start the
sarrie team that faced Waterloo
last Saturday. The first line will
have center Gord MacMillan
flanked by Jacobson and Renfrew.
Captain Connie Hill and Bob Mar-
shall will be on defense and Jack
MacDonald will guard the nets.
The Wolverine hockey team will
return to play the final two games
of the current season next Fri-
day and Saturday night against
the Michigan College of Mines at
the Coliseum.

Closest Meet of Year Predicted as Coach
Doherty Depends on Mile Events for Points

Michigan's home indoor track
season reaches its climax at 7:30
p.m. this evening in Yost Field
House, when the Wolverine thin-
clads entertain Coach Larry Sny-
der's dangerous Buckeyes from
Ohio State.
Coach Ken Doherty of the Maize
and Blue predicts the closest cin-
der battle of the year. "It will be
up to the mile relay again, in all
probability," he declared yester-
day.
However, a Michigan victory
depends upon much more than a
relay first place. Doherty is
counting on a landslide of points
in the two endurance contests,
the mile and two mile, and is
expecting the same results from
the shot put.
Ohio State's fastest mile time is
a 4:26.6 recorded by Gene Davis
in a triangular affair with North-
western and Iowa. Wolverine Herb
Barten, on the other hand, loped
the eight laps in a fast 4:19.9 in

FLEET TRACKMAN
Barten is slated to
_mile and mile relay

- Herb
run the
tonight.

CAGERS BATTLE:
Rangers, Mis-Fits Come Out
On Top in I-M Hoop League

the recent Michigan State meet.
Just last week he achieved 4:20
flat at Illinois,
In addition to Barten, the Wol-
verines have a host of distance
aces to enter in the mile. Don
Queller will probably be ready for
action tonight, although still both-
ered slightly from the effects of
his recent attack of bronchitis.
Other possible entrants include
Chuck Low, who ran a 4:25 at Illi-
nois and Jack Morrison.
The sixty yard dash prom-
ises to be one of the closest races
of the evening. The Buckeye
sprinters have never gained
{higher than a third in any of
their indoor encounters so far
this season. James Foster fin-
ished in the show spot in both
the Northwestern-Iowa and the
Minnesota meets, with a time of
about 6.5. Wolverine Jim Mor-
rish has also sprinted a 6.5. An-
other promising entrant for
Michigan is John Witherspoon,
who performed well in the B-
team meet last Saturday.
In the two mile run Charley
Birdsall is hands-down favorite.
The Michigan captain was clocked
in 9:35 last Saturday at Illinois,
while the Buckeye endurance men,
Frank D'Arcy and James Dean
have been hitting the low 9:50's.
Both Rog Kessler and Alex Morris
of Michigan have hit below the
Ohio times. Kessler ran a 9:43 at
Illinois, and Morris a 9:45.
Charley Fonville expects to haul
in five points for Michigan in the
shot put, while Pete Dendrinos
and George Kraeger will duel with
Ohio's Joe Mascio and Emil Mol-
dea for the remaining two places.
Dendrinos reached 48 ft. 11 in. at
Illinois, and has shown improve-
ment every weekend.
Ohio's Mal Whitfield is doped
to take the quarter, with Michi-
gan's Dick Forrestel, Mel Det-
wiler, and George Shepherd
fighting with Harry Cogswell
for the runner-up spot. Whit-
field returns in the half to run
against Queller, George Vetter,
Joe Hayden, and possibly Bar-
ten.
The field events, other than the
shot, will be close affairs. Lloyd

at Stake

will be a doubleheader track
tonight at the field house for
idition to the Michigan-Buck-
luel, four fraternities and four
is will compete for the I-M
-mile relay titles.

.i,4vrow'cint -

Sudden death overtime proved
fatal to the West Lodge basketball
team as Bob Schoendube sank a
long floor shot breaking the dead-
lock and giving the Rangers a
26-24 victory in the Intramural
Independent league.
The two teams traded basket
for basket throughout the first
half and at intermission the score
read 9 all. Don McIntosh poured
in 17 points to keep the West
Lodgers in the ' contest, while
Schoendube's 11 markers set the
sights for the Rangers' scoring
gun.
The oddly named Mis-fits op-
erated like a smooth running ma-
chine in their 49-20 shellacking to
the mistreated Robert Owens
quintet in another Independent
league. Offense was the Mis-fits
best defense as their aggressive
style pushed the play continually

into the area around the Owens'
basket.
Sharpshooting George Frye and.
Bob Revis had a field day as they
whisked in a total of 34 points for
the Mis-fits.
Opportunities to earn more
points towards the "athlete of the
year" trophy can be found in sev-
en new individual tournaments
which will be getting underway
as soon as the minimum of 16 en-
tries are turned in at the Sports
Building. Plans are being formu-
lated for competition in Foul
shooting, rifle shooting, table ten-
nis, skating, fencing, codeball, and
gymnastics.
Fraternity bowling reached the
quarterfinal round with Theta
Chi,, Sigma Phi, Theta Delta Chi,
Phi Delta Theta, Kappa Sigma,
and Chi Phi competing next .week.

NOW

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LUNCH

Duff has hit 13 ft. 4 in. this season,
which should be enough to cop
first place in the pole vault. Harry
McKnight of Ohio is capable of
13 feet. Chuck Lauritsen of Michi-
gan has also done 13 feet in pre--
vious years, but so far this season
has not hit his stdide. Max Kelly
and Ed Ulvestad vaulted 12 ft. 8
in. last week-end.
If Michigan and Ohio break even
on the points in the first eleven
events as expected, victory will
rest on thetshoulders of the mile
relay quarters. Ohio's Charles
Dupre, Mal Whitfield, BobLittle,
and Harry Cogswell have run 3:22,
while the Wolverine foursome of
Forrestel, Shepherd, Bob Mann,
and Barten finished second to the
Illini last week in 3:20.5.
Purdue Names
Stu. Holcob
To Grid os
Crisler Predicted
Rise Of Army Coach
Contrary to the age-old idea
that football coaches are miserable
prognosticators, Coach "Fritz"
Crisler came up several weeks ago
with a prediction which rang the.
bell last night.
It was at the press conference
in which he announced his in-
tention to remain at Michigan that
Crisler threw this out to the re-
porters present: "Watch that Stu
Holcomb of Army. He's a comer
and should get a nice job as head
coach somewhere one of these
days"
Holcomb Picked
Last night the following As-
sociated Press story came over the
wire:
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Feb. 28-R)
-Stuart K. Holcomb, an assistant
Army coach at West Point, will
take over in March as football
coach at Purdue University in a
try to bring the Boilermakers back
to the top in Big Nine football.
Succeeds Isbell
Holcomb signel a five-year con-
tract last night and left immedi-
ately to rejoin the Army basket-
ball team at Annapolis. He is head
basketball coach.
He succeeds Cecil Isbell, former
Purdue'and professional grid star
who resigned to coach the Balti-
more Colts professional team of
the All-America Conference.
Salary Unannounced
Holcomb's salary was not an-
nounced. Isbell's salary at Purdue
was reported to have been about
$8,500 annually.
The 36-year-old Army assistant
will come to Purdue with football
at a low point at the big engineer-
ing school.
Isbell's Boilermakers, plagued by
injuries, were able to win only two
games last season, and they were
both non-conference. They tied
Ohio State and they lost all other
league games.
Guy (Red) Mackey, Purdue
Athletic Director, sail today Hol-
comb could name his own staff. He
was chosen by a faculty commit-
tee after a wide search.
OSU Whips 'Cats
CHICAGO, Feb. 2-(P)--Ohio
State trounced Northwestern, 62
to 42, at the Chicago Stadium to-
night to seal the Wildcats in tie
Big Nine basketball cellar with a
final record of two victories and
ten defeats.
The triumph moved Ohio State
into a fifth-place tie with Michi-
gan, each with five victories and
six defeats. The defending champ-
ion Buckeyes and the Wolverines

will contend for a first division
berth when they close at Ohio
State Monday night.
It was the second time in 20
years that Northwestern finish-
ed last in the conference.

By DICK KRAUS
Michigan State's cagers will be
thinking of a bitter December 7,
when they take the floor at Jeni-
son Field House tonight, against
the Michigan five that landed a
"sneak punch" in the form of a
51-29 shellacking on the unpre-
pared Spartans in the 1946-47 sea-
son opener.
Spearheaded by a recruit, center
Jack Cawood, and a pair of light-
ning fast forwards, Bob Geahan,
ex-Wolverine start, and Robin
Roberts, the Spartan attack has
steadily developed, hitting a high
water mark in State's last outing,
a 740-49 performance against Bos-
tori College.
Cawood An Ex-Bronco
Cawood, an ex-Western Michi-
g n ace, has stepped into the all-
important pivot post to plug up
that early season hole in State's
offensive armor.
Coach Ben Van Alstyne's intri-
cate short passing attack depends
on a copetent center to make it
move, and he experimented with
four other men before Cawood
sewed up the job.
Spartans Use Bounce Passes
Unlike. Michigan, the Spartans
use a lot of- bounce passes to work
the ball to the center, key spot in
most of Van Alstyne's set plays.
To go along with its increased
fire power from the pivot, State's
forwards' have been hitting the
nets with great regularity. Roberts,
the state's outstanding player last
season, has yielded scoring hon-
ors to Geahan, who is only 19
points away from Sam Fortino's
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Spartan scoring record. Tonight's
game is Geahan's last chance to
set a new mark as it winds up the
Michigan State campaign.
Same Guards to Start
Van Alstyne will start the same
pair of guards that opened the
season, Captain Ollie White and
Don Waldron. White held Michi-
gan's Mack Suprunowicz to 9
points last time and will probably
be assigned to guard him again.
Suprunowicz' leg injury, suf-
fered in the Illinois game, seems
to have responded to treatment
and will not keep him out of ac-
tion.
Coach Cowles will start his reg-
ular combination, the same quin-
tet that opened against State lasi
December 7, with the exceptior
of Captain Pete Elliott, who hac
just shed his football uniform.
Meet Ohio State Monday
On Monday, Michigan will meet
another outfit bent on vengeance,
Ohio State at Columbus. The
Buckeyes rebounded from a disas-
trous early season campaign to
develop into one of the toughest
teams in the league. The Bucks
are the only team to defeat Wis-
consin's pace setting Badgers at
Madison. Michigan squeezed past
them with a 6-53 win at Ann Ar-
bor, three weeks ago.

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LOST AND FOUND I
LOST: Ladies Tiffany watch. Yellow
Gold with two diamonds. Lost be-
tween State 'and Packard and Haven
Hali Tuesday night. Reward. Call
4521. Stockwell Hall. ) 52
'OST--Keychain, silver disk with in-
tials H.E.S. Two keys. Finder call
2-0734.
WILL THE PERSON who "borrowed"
my bicycle Monday return it to 1408
Washtenaw. No questions asked. )65
LOST-Monday, Feb. 24, brown Shaef-
fer fountain pen with gold top. Call
2-7552 after 5:00. Reward )1
LOST-Brown Eversharp fountain pen,
between Cambridge and South Uni-
versity Streets. Reward. )56
REWARD for return of identification
bracelet engraved Nuel Smock, Jr.
Lost near Field House. Call 9581. ) 3
LOST: Wristwatch. Black face, pink
gold case. Name on back: Jean Ath-
ay. If found, please call 5740. )48
LOST: Mexican Slver Necktie Clip,
Saturday, between Mich. Union. and
Washtenaw. Reward. Phone Swords,
8568. )62
LOST-Brown leather cigarette case eta-
graved "ECK." Probably lost Angell
Hall. Substantial reward. Edwin Kidd,
2-4401. )11
DOUBLE Heart-shaped Bracelet bear-
ing SAE and Alpha Xi Delta crests
between Mich. Theatre and Alpha Xi
Delta House Sunday night. Reward.
Call 2-5570. )64
FIELD JACKET, gloves, scarf and ur-
gently needed keys mistakenly tak-
en from second floor of Union Feb.
21st. Reward. Write Box 778, West
Lodge, Ypsilanti, Mich. )24

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FOR RENT
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together. Inquire 915 Green Street.
HELP WANTED
WANTED: Clothing Salesman that can
put in as much time as possible. Has
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Box 5, Mich. Daily. )35
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