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eturn from California Parley

See You

To Comment Upon
ed Offer from Bears

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FLASH PICTURES

Wolverines Spend Busy Vacation;
Win Seven, Lose Three Contests

WK MARTIN
0. "Fritz" Crisler re-
n Arbor late yester-
on from the trip to
at has had Michigan
le Midwest agog with
the past week.
ng to Berkley? In the
cautious athletic di-
elf, "I have a couple
under consideration,
nake any comment at
nt to California last
ately following a foot-
onference in Austin,
announced reason for
-as to analyze the ath-
at the University of
t the request of the
ithorities.
fer Rumored

whether he would

have any per-I

sonal connection with them.
When asked if he had any plans
for the immediate future, the ath-
letic director replied that he has
not called a meeting of the Ath-
letic Board here and did not know
when he would. He intimated,
however, that he would have a
press conference by at least next
week.
Ruthven Has No Comment
In connection with the possi-
ble departure of Crisler from Mich-
igan athletics, President Alexander
A. Ruthven said last night that he
had no information one way or an-
other. "Coach Crisler told me," he
added, "that he was asked to go
out to California to reorganize
their athletic set-up. Beyond that
I know nothing about it."

While Michigan students were
convalescing from a stiff round
of finals, five Wolverine athletic
teams bounced right back from
their three-hour tiffs to win seven
contests while losing three during
the vacation period, and to also
give commendable performances
in Iwo other events where no team
score was kept.
The Maize and Blue basket-
ball squad suffered its ups and
downs, losing to Toledo, in a
non-Conference contest, and to
Indiana, then coming back with
a win over Ohio State. Bob Har-
rison's homecoming in Toledo
was marred when the Rockets
upset the Wolverines, 59-52.
The cagers then journeyed down
to Bloomington and dropped
another to Indiana's Hoosiers,
This lowered the Michigan five
to fourth place in the conference
standings, but they bounced back
to second with a 56-53 victory over
the Buckeyes here last Saturday,
night in a rough and tumble con-
test which saw one Wolverine and
four Ohio cagers foul out in the

last two minutes of play. Harri-
son was the "player of the night"
with 17 points to his credit, in-
cluding the last and deciding
bucket.
Michigan's hockey team cele-
brated its respite from the clas-
room by winning its two vaca-
tion contests, a 15-2 rout of the
Brantford' Hockey Club and a
11-4 shellacking of MXcMaster
University, both wins taking
place on home ice.
In the McMaster contest, Coach
Vic Heyliger's icemen set some
sort of a record in the second
period by scoring four goals in one
miriate, 58 seconds. Bob Marshall
of the Wolverines suffered a brain
concussion in the Brantford game,
but has since returned to action.
Maize and Blue puckster Wally
Gacek returned to the team after
a struggle with his studies, and
racked up five goals in the two
games, with Al Renfrew dupli-
cating the feat. The sextet is now
undefeated in its last nine starts,
after losing the first Colorado
contest.
Ken Doherty's track team

opened their season here a week
ago last Saturday by sponsoring
the Michigan AAU Relays, win-
ning six of the twelve events in
which they competed.
Last Saturday the thinclads
traveled to East Lansing for the
Michigan State Relays, where
they won the two-mile relay
and took second in the mile and
distance medley relays. Fonville
once again cracked the meet and
Jennison Field House records,
winning the shot put on his last
toss by % of an inch, with a
heave of 52 ft., 1% in.
Herb Barton, Conference 880-
yard king, ran a 1:56.2 half on the
two-mile relay, and came back a
half hour later with a :50 flat
effort on the mile relay.
The wrestlers rounded out the
vacation by splitting two decisions,
losing to Purdue, 20-10, and bring-
ing Michigan its fourth athletic
_ctory of the evening Saturday
with a 16-12 win over"Ohio State.
The Buckeye contest was marked
by Capt. Bill Courtright's 52-sec-
ond victory and Bob Betzig's
fourth straight win.

Several r

reports, however, de- sway Crisler'
Bear officials had advanced loc
to visit the Golden few days. Th
e express purpose of possibility thi
the position of ath- fer a higher
he university. Neith- ports from th
or the coach admit- that the Bear
offer had been ex- signified thei
en planned. furnishing ti
.ared last night that One otherr
s definitely were go- that adversec
de in the California alumnae con(
nization, but would ball season
fy the changes or say coach's mind.

easons which may
s decision have been
sally during the past
here is, of course, the
at California may of-
paying position-re-
.e Coast have declared
alumnae groups have
r willingness to aid in
he finances.
reason voiced lately is
criticism from certain
kerning the last foot-
may- influence the

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Big Nine Standings

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ALL KINDS

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Wisconsin . 7 1
Indiana ... 4 2
Illinois .... 5 3
MICHIGAN 4 3
Minnesota 4 4
Purdue....3 4
Ohio State 3 5
Iowa ...... 2 6
Northwestern 2 6

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(Continued from Page 1)
The league leaders from Madi-
son jumped back into a 25-23 lead
at the start of the second half and
from then on in it was strictly a
see-saw battle.
See-Saw Battle
Suprunowicz slipped in two free
throws and Selbo countered with a
one-handed set shot from far out.

LAST NIGHT'S SCORES
Wisconsin 52, Michigan 51
Ohio State 75. Purdue 61

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Mack came right back with a shot
from the keyhole to tie it up at
27 all. Don Rehfelt, reserve Bad-
ger center, then hooked in a left
handed pivot shot, but McCaslin
tied it again with a one-hander
from the right side.
Cook made two free throws and
Harrison and Suprunowicz each
one before Menzel hooked one in
a short shot.; Harrison, working
from the pivot connected to tie it
up again. After Rehfelt moved
Wisconsin ahead with a free throw,
Selbo, Wisniewski and Elliott all
hit to run the count to 37-36
Michigan.
The Wolverines then added four
more points to hoist their lead to
five points. Lautenbach then took
over for the Badgers and sank four
baskets in the next three minutes
to put Wisconsin back in the game.
Showdown
Roberts tipped in a rebound to
put Michigan ahead 49-47, but
Mills knotted it again with a pivot
from way out. Cook then sank a
free throw as a preliminary to the
Menzel-McCaslin heroics. All told
the lead changed hands 14 times.
Lautenbach, Selbo 2, Rehfeldt 3,
Haarlow 2.

Records Fall
As Mermen
Drown Iowa
Holliday, Weinberg,
Sohl Lead Assault
Michigan's swimmers took to
the 50-yard Iowa tank like hun-
gry kittens to a saucer of warm
milk Saturday night as the Wol-
verines splashed to six new Amer-
ican long course records in drown-
ing the Hawkeyes, 58-26.
The resounding triumph culmi-
nated a three-meet Western tour
for the Maize and Blue natators
who had already swamped Pur-
due, 59-25, and Minnesota, 48-36.
But the all-winning Michigan
tankmen didn't get by the be-
tween-semesters recess without
taking a blow from 'old man' eligi-
bility.
Two of Matt Mann's top free-
stylers, Charley Moss and Bill Ko-
gen, took the count in the class-
room and won't be available to the
Wolverines for the rest of the sea-
son. The loss of this duo will cut
deeply into Michigan's strength
in the freestyle sprints. Both Moss
and Kogen are regarded as out-
standing prospects by Mann.
Harry Holiday paced the nata-
tors' record-smashing performance
against Iowa. Swimming lead-off
on the Maize and Blue 300-yard
All those interested in try-
ing out for The Michigan Daily
sports staff are asked to be
present at a tryout meeting at
4 p.m. tomorrow on the second
floor of the Student Publica-
tions Building, 420 Maynard
Street.
medley relay Holiday lowered a
nine-year old 100-yard backstroke
mark from 1:02 to 1:00.6.
The big backstrokers' lead-off
helped the Wolverine trio to a fast
2:58.8,, lopping better than five
seconds off the old 300-yard med-
ley relay mark. Bob Sohl and Dick
Weinberg swam the other 100-
yard stints for the Maize and Blue
relay team.
A little later Holiday added the
150-yard mark to his collection
breezing to a 1:37 clocking, four-
and-a-half seconds off the old
mark. Sohl and Weinberg also
contributed to the record-break-
ing. Sohl, who has become the Big
Nine's top breaststroker, chopped
nine seconds off the old 200-yard
distance with his 2:30.6 time.
Weinberg raced to 4 win in the
100-yard freestyle in :53. drop-
ping a tenth of a second off of the
old mark set by ex-Wolverine
Charley Barker at Iowa in 1941.
Bill Upthegrove, finishing second
to Sohl in the breast stroke event,
also got under the wire in record
The University Rifle Club
will hold its first meeting of the
semester at 7 p.m. at the
rifle range. All experienced
small bore marksmen are en-
couraged to attend. Bring your
shooting irons.
time but was caught by only one
watch leaving his new freshman
standard as unofficial.
Freshman Gus Stager added the
final touch by slicing almost ten
seconds off the old 220-yard free-
style mark for first-year men. His
first time was .2:16.7.

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