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iliday Cracks

Two Marks

Spitfire A ac in Second Harrison Sets Pace for olverine Atti

olverine Swimmer Betters
lie fer's Backstroke Receords

Period Halts olverines
Renfrew and Greer Score as Pueksiers
ow Before trong la(an Opposition

Elliott Holds Geahan to Free TI

Harry Holiday, Michigan's great
swimmer, backstroked his way to
two new world's records in the
400-meter and 440-yard events'
last night in the Intramural
Building swimming pool.
Swimming in an exhibition race
against the clock, Holiday brokeI
Adolph Kiefer's two marks set in
1937, swimming the 400-meter
backstroke in 5:09.6 as against
Kiefer's 5:10.9, and clipping one
second off the former Yale swim-
mer's mark of 5:12.6 in the 440,
with six timers looking on.
Holiday thus ran the number of
new records which he has set or
helped to set this season to sev-
en, including three individual
American marks. At this point in
the season, the Wolverine natator
has set the following new records:
1S-yard individual medley-
1:32.9 (New American record).
150-meter individual medley

Special to The Daily
WINDSOR, Ont., March 1 -

--1:47. (New American record).
100-yard long course back-
stroke-1:00.6 (New American
150-yard long course back-
stroke -- 1:37 (National Inter-
collegiate record).
300-yard long course medley
relay - 2:58.8 (Teamed with
Dick Weinberg and Bob Sohl to
set record).
Holiday also holds the N.C.A.A.
record in the 150-yard.backstroke
and set the Western Conference
record in the same event while a
sophomore here at Michigan.
His exhibition appearance last
night was in conjunction with the
high school Michigan State A.A.U.
program, and the chances that he
vould crack the two world rec-
ords were excellent, since he had
already lowered them in practice

Michigan's hockey team dropped
a 6-5 decision to the Wind:or
Hockey Club here tonight w:th two
Wolverines sitting in the penalty
box as Spitfire Louis Tallatto
slammed home a goal at 14:30 of a
rough-and-tumble third period,
which was punctuated by seven
penalties in the last ten minutes.
The Spitfires scored five goal
in the second period, three of them
within a space of two minutes,
thus avenging an early season 10-7
defeat at the hands of the Wolver-
Jacobson Doesn't Play
With Bill Jacobson, Michigan's
leading goal-getter up to this
game, missing the contest because
of a groin injury, Coach Vic Hey-
liger used only 12 men, as Herb
Upton played on both the first and
third lines, and George Balestri
was the only replacement used on
After ten. slow minutes, Ted
Greer started off the evening's
festivities when Bob Marshall in-
tercepted a Spitfire pass in the
corner, passed to Greer in front of
the nets, and the Wolverine put it
in the nroat9 8-q fthA fim

12 :42 o a screen play, after tak-
'E a from Greer.
1irer Scres Three
ui Michigan leading 4-1,
:-t ndthee Windor goals
S01c-nnd thro I the re-
.Carl Evon of the Spitfires
statedlioff wtih a marker at
:12, and Karl Keyes dittoed at
5 and 14:43. tying Windsor
~ ut n the second period, which
wa getting progressively rougher.,
as Long :cored one at 16:50, Mar-
cha:d gctting an assist, putting
Eindar ahead, 5-4.
)itnfrcw Tics Sacre

SUFHF.iS IN at - Wolver-
Inc r.ght wing Ted Greer man-
aged to score one goal and an
assist tefore he was removed
from last night's fray following
a severe check into the boards.

M, i an dominated the first
ten mnutes of a fat -starting
tird. p rid, but coldn't . sore.
ThenConie Hll ookthe puck
o vertheblue line, out-skated the
it fire defense, and passed to
i who beat Reynolds clean
a- 1: notting the count at
fe aj ce.
e party got rough. Greer
ed into the boards and
t ave the game with an in-
juty. Spitfire wing Haity bowed
u whn he was slashedi across
the mouth. After Taolato blnsted
in th clincher, Windsor had two
men in 11e penalty box, but the

M Quintet ExhiIbits
Season's Best Form
the p i to The I fl y .
EASTGO LANS ~C . i'. 1-M
lon closed mixh St t
ketball season at Jenison Fi
.House lst night. .ust as it openel
It last December 7, ,dmnistering
a conhinng 59-47 trounci " to
the Spartans before a crowd o
10,000 fans, to sweep the two-
game s ries and break a seas'on-
long road game jinx.
The Wolverines, controlling
both baekboards from the open-
inmg whistle, were in command
throughout the game, despite
a Spirtan surge that moved the
scere to 25-24 at halftime.
Bob Harrison paced the Wol-
verine scorers with 14 points. Four
Michigan men went into double
numbers in the scoring column
and center Bi 1 Roberts hit for
n:ine. To spark one of the best
balanced attacks the Maire and
Blue have shown all season.
Michigan, starting without
Mack Suprunowicz, got the bene-
fit of an 11-point performance by
Gerrit Wierda who snapped back
into the form he showed earlier
this season.
Captain Pete Elliott disap-
pointed the huge crowd by hold-
ing high scoring Bob Geahan
to two free throws, leaving him
17 points shy of Sam Fortino's
all-time Spartan scoring record.
Michigan jumped into a 4-0
lead on free throws by McCaslin
and Roberts and a bucket by
Wierda who hooked in a rebound.
Don Waldron broke the scoring
ice for State as he hit with a set
shot. Geahan then made a free
throw and Waldron dropped in
another long one as State led 5-4.
Wierda came back to score an-
other field goal, which was nulli-
fied as Robin Roberts came
through to give State a 7-6 lead.
Wierda tied it with a free throw
and Pete Elliott put Michigan out
in front and the Spartans never
regained the lead.
The Wolverines opened a

comfortable 21-12 :rardan andl
thcn went into a scoin slum
for the remainder ef thte fist
half and Michigan Stt. p:red
by John Cawood, a Cat"in
Olie White who :aed i0 last
game for the Sp:ras n:r-
rowed the gap to 21-18,.
Both teams then alternate
a series of sprints up and do n
the court 'with neither te a
to make good on its fast breass,
until Wierda took a pa: out and
sunk a set shot from the righ
side. hawood, State's high scorer
for the night with 15 points,
poured in a beautiful underhand
shot. Then White made two free
throws and Roberts of State sunk
a set shot from the side to end
the first half.
In the second half Michian
State kept it close for thl first
few minutes, but Mack ',uprun-
owicz dropped in a basket and
a free throw, then arched a per-
fect pass to Bill Roberts under
the bucket to take the pressure
With Michigan enjoying a five-
point lead, State's Cawood came
through with a second sensational
basket, ducking under Bill 1ob-

Ci ts' guarl to pitch in an
had toss just inside . t
throw circle.
Harri1 n sank a fhee t
ma1ke the count 36-31, but
loberts ibbed a loose t-
01' a melee under thle budl
scoredi for States.
The game see-cwed
mirhig:n's lead going fr
to thrce points nd bck
until the score was 41-38
the W Oh'erime he:ght adv:
began to tell. On thre
ent occasins, Michigan
on Pass-outs fromUI il
basket, twice the ball go
Pete Elliott after a :e
following muffed Wol
free throws.
Michigan, with eveyboo(
ting the hoop, rolled to a
lead, and the game ended:
in Roberts hooked in a sh
and Cawood put the fI
touches on with an impossi
derhand shot over his sl1
which he tossed in facinm
from the basket.
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Tues., March 4, Union. He will dis-
cuss particularly the opportuni-
ties for civil engineers in railroad
Romance Language Journal
Club: 4:15 p.m., Wed., March 5,
West Conference Room, Rackham
Building. Prof. C. N. Staubach
will speak on "Character and So-
cial Pressures in the novels of J.
A. Osoria Lizarazo." The staff
and all interested graduate stu-
dents are cordially invited.
Phi Sigma: Dr. Charles W. Cot-
terman, of the Heredity Clinic, will
speak on "Some Problems in Hu-
man Heredity," Mon., March 3,
Rackham Amphitheatre; business
meeting at 7:30 p.m., public in-
vited at 8:15 p.m.
Engineers' Speech Society will
meet Tues., March 4, Rms. 319-
325 Michigan Union. There will
be exchange speakers from the
Detroit Institute of Technology.
The training program for the
spring semester will begin.
Phi Kappa Tau meeting, Tues.,
March 4, Rm. 306, Michigan Un-
ion. Dinner at 6:30 p.m., Union
Cafeteria. Alpha Alpha men new-
ly transferred, please come.
Conversation Group of the So-
ciedad Hispanica: 3:30-5 p.m.,

Mon., March 3, International Cen-
Bull Session on Zionism, spo
sored by the Inter-Collegiate
Zionist Federation, 8 p.m., Tues.,
March 4, B'nai B'rith Hillel Foun-
dation. Important business meet-
ing will follow. All are invited
to attend.
First Presbyterian Church: 1432
Washtenaw Ave.
Morning Worship Service, 10:45
a.m. Dr. Lemon's Lenten Sermon,
"Abreast of Life."
Westminister Guild at 5 p.m.,
Russel Parlor. Mr. Robert S. Wal-
drop will speak on "Marks of a
Christian Experience." A cooper-
ative supper will follow.
Congregational-Disciples Guild:
Supper 6 p.m., Congregational
Church. Panel discussion, "Chris-
tian Faith and My Job."
Memorial Christian Church
(Disciples of Christ) Hill and
Tappan. Morning Worship, 10:50
a.m., Rev. F. E. Zendt preaching.
Nursery for children during the
University Lutheran Chapel:
Services, 9:45 and 1 a.m. The
Rev. Alfred Scheips will preach
on the subject, "Razing Religious
Gamma Delta, Lutheran Stu-
dent Club.. Supper meeting, 5:15
p.m., Student Center.

The Lutheran Student Associ-
ation: Zion Lutheran Parish Hall.
Supper, 6 p.m. Program of student
talent "Worship in Song and
Word" will follow. Bible hour,
9:15 a.m., Center, and church ser-
vices in both Zion and Trinity
Lutheran Churches at 10:30.
First Church of Christ, Scien-
fist: 409 S. Division St.
Sunday morning service at 10:-
30. Subject: "Christ Jesus."
Sunday School at 11:45.
Wednesday evening service at 8
First Unitarian Church, 1917
Washtenaw Avenue. Edward H.
Redman, Minister.
10 a.m., Unitarian Church
School and Adult Group.
11 a.m., Service of Worship. Rev.
Edward H. Redman preaching on
"Msgr. Sheen and the Devil."
5:30 p.m., Vesper Service. Rev.
Edward H. Redman preaching on
"Biblical Bases of Unitarianism."
6:30 p.m., Unitarian Student
Group. Supper followed by Win-
ter Social.
.Unity: Services, 11 a.m., Unity
Chapel, 310 S. State St. Subject:
"How's Your Cocoon?"
Student Discussion Group, 7:30
p.m., Reading Rooms.
Noonday Prayer services daily
(except Thursdays) through Lent
at 12:10. Visitors are welcome.

inine corner at vU 01E riWolverines couldn't come through.
period. The stai ting lineup:
MacMillan Scores M lGAN WiNDSOR
While Michigan was doing a :al.G.... Rnol
good job of backchecking and...... . .......A es
Maize and Blue goalie Jack. Mac-- hl. ... LD ...... Parent-
Donald was turning 'em away at GL.e...... .. Parchind
the nets, Gord MacMillan snatched Greer........ RW ....... Haidy
a pass from Al Renfrew and Upto.......LW .......Long
socked one home at 12:08 t put
Michigan ahead, 2-0.
The second period started off '3s Ow to MSC
quietly, Harry Marchand scoring East Lansing, Mich., March
for Windsor at 2:45, and Renfrew 1-T-Ainchigan . State Col-
coming right back for the Wol- l.ge's .Iumfior varsity basketball
verines at 4:32, MacMillan getting team upset the University of
an assist. Things looked wonder- Michigan yearlings 67-45 here
ful as Marshall drove a beautiful today.
25-footer past goalie Reynolds at



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FOR SALE-1935 Plymouth. Call Jones,
4121, ext. 2222 between 1 and 6 p.m. )9
1939 DESOTO Sedan. Radio, heater, ov-
erdrive. Good shape. 1317 Pontiac. )10
FOR SALE--Beautiful white formal net
skirt, off shoulder. Size 14. 4041
Stockwell. )2
carrying case, built-in tray. Phone
6883. ) 50
1939 CHEVROLET town sedan. Call
after 3 p.m., 406 Greene House, East
Quad. )49

WANTED: Clothing Salesman that can
put in as much time as possible. Has
to be all day Saturday and would
prefer at least 2 or 3 other full day's.
Box 5, Mich. Daily. )35
DRESSMAKING and alterations, also
teacher of sewing. Miss Livingston
315 S. Division, second floor front.
WILL BUY Willys station wagon at
reasonable price. Phone 2-1987 be-
tween 5 and 6.
THERE'S A FUTURE for women in the
telephone business. If you're look-
ing for an interesting, well-paying
job that has a future, come to see
us now. We will welcome you and
will answer all your questions
cheerfully. Apply 323 E. Washing-
ton. )5
for riders who will pay your expenses.
Call 2-6636, evenings. )7
Buy and Hold
U. S. Savings Bonds!

LOST-Black billfold with Illinois driv-
er's license, State Nurses Registration
Card and money between School of
Public Health and Corner of South
and East University. Reward to find-
er. Call 2-2286.
LOST: Ladies Tiffany watch. Yellow
Gold with two diamonds. Lost be-
tween State and Packard and Haven
Hall Tuesday night. Reward. Call
4521. Stockwell Hall. )52
LOST-Keychain, silver disk with ini-
tials H.E.S. Two keys. Finder call
LOST-Monday, Feb. 24, brown Shaef-
fer fountain pen with gold top. Call
2-7552 after 5 :00. Reward )1
LOST-Browny 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-Brown leather cigarette case en-
graved "ECK." Probably lost Angell
Hall. Substantial reward. Edwin Kidd,
2-4401. )11
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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RECORD PLAYER, portable (AC),
like a console, smart blue and
case. Call 8591.


case. Guaranteed perfect, $22. Call
Mr. Mee, 611 Church St., Ph. 9183. )39
26-FOOT Vagabond Housetrailer, 3 rms.,
completely furnished. Also 16-foot
Schult housetrailer partly furnished.
2740 Packard Rd. Lot A-20. ) 61

pay for it? Brand new Webster and
other Record Changers and Players.
Flourescent Desk Lamp. For real
bargains call 2-1371. )21
FOR SALE Cheap: Floor Lamp, Student
Lamp, Folding cot with mattress,
toaster, combination toaster and waf-
fle iron, clothes drying rack, book
shelf, two-burner hot plate. See Voor-
hees, 721 S. State, Apt. 11. )62
FOR SALE: Acro Camera, f4.5, plus
five rolls film and case. Price $10.00.
Ph. 2-2205, Howard. )17
TAILS-Size 40, good conditien. $25.
Call Jenkins at 2-1214.
DOUBLE GARAGE. Will rent singly or
together. Inquire 915 Green Street.

Sizes 10 to 20

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Szes 10 to 20

~r//~~a'tdoich epice
Hamburgers ... Milk ... Soft Drinks
Phone 2-6606.. . 9 P.M. to 1 A.M. Except Sat.

Chalk white jacket etched
with brown, navy or black to
match the slimmest of skirts.
Sizes io to18.
Pockets make news on your

Shortie studded with nail-
heads is a "must" for Spring!
Blue, green, grey, aqua or
black. Sizes 10 to 20.
Here's your top favorite boy

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