THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Cowles Calls Rookie
towicz Best Prospect
By BEV BUSSEY'
k Suprunowicz is the finest
an candidate that I have
mentor Ozzie Cowles
his opinion of the Wolver-
ensational rookie forward'~
ose who know their bas-
players readily concur. Not
te golden days of Jake
nd, Michigan's all-confer-
enter three years running
36-'38, has such an out-
.g all-conference prospect
ed on the Yost Field House
ugh the two are essential-
erent style 'players, "both
ck and instiictive perform-
ccording to Cowles. Town-
as essentially a pivot man'
eder, while Suprunowicz'
,nd trade is a good set shot
de court and his ability to
Schenectady star's uncanny
veness in dribbling up to
sket for a lay-up shot
him one of the toughest
r guard in cage circles to-
n additfon, his knack of
to men under the basket
who are in a better scoring po-
sition proves Coach Cowles' state-
ment that "although Mack is a
freshman, he is a poised floor
Holds 3.5 Average'
Coach Cowles doesn't fret over
possibilities of academic embar-
rassment to this freshman because
he is holding down a 3.5 average
in mechanical engine school.
Winning honors is an old Su-
prunowicz habit. At Mt. Pleasant
High School he- was awarded a
trophy for the outstanding player
in the Little Falls Invitational
Tournament in his junior year.
While serving 14 months with
the Marine Corps' at the Key West
Naval Air Base, he was the only
leatherneck selected to play on
the base all-star squad in the
Miami YMCA Invitational Tour-
ney. "Mack" sank 74 points in
three games to walks off with "the
outstanding player" honors.
If Suprunowicz keeps up his
torrid pace, a 14-point. scoring
average per game, he should go
down as one, of the topnotch bas-
ketball stars of Michigan -- and
possibly of the Western Confer-
(ED. NOTE: This is a letter received
from Michigan's debonaire raconteur,
extemporaneous basketball cheeread.-
er, and baseball pitcher on the side,
Whenever you have anything
interesting in The Daily, such as
that baseball story I wrote, I'd
appreciate it if I could have it.
But before I delay it any longer
here is the news.
Cleveland and Pittsburgh made
me offers in view of the Little
Rock contract which I was
Last night after three hours
of confab, I inked the Pitts-
burgh offer, a very good offer
it was too. They couldn't get
Hank to sign, lo they settled
for another Pro.
The team which is destined to
reach the heights now that I'm
going there, is Selma, Alabama,
of the Class "B" Southeastern
League, the third highest farm
team in the Pirate 12-club sys-
tem. Indianapolis and Albany
The pen I used will be put on
display at a great big department
store - no point on it - it's for
X's only - and it writes under
I-M Cage Race
Lloyd in Thriller
The inter-dormitory basketball
race reached the midway mark
last night with twelve "A" teams
getting in action at the I-M Build-
With Paul Ryan sinking a long
floor shot in the final seconds of
play, Allen-Rumsey broke the
deadlock and squeezed by Lloyd
House, 14-12. Two other close
contests found Wenley House ral-
lying to overcome a 13-5 halftime
deficit, only to fall one point
short of the victorious Prescott
five, 21-20, while Hinsdale sneaked
by Chicago House, 15-14.
Paced by forward Don Kuick,
Fletcher Hall built up a substan-
tial halftime lead of seven points
and went on to dust off Michigan'
House, 28-18. Second high scorer
during the round of play was Jim
Burns who dumped in ten points
as his Greene House teammates
walloped Adams House, 32-13.
Michigan first entered what
later became the Western Confer-
ence basketball league in 1899,
dropped out of it in 1908 and then
returned to the Conference.
Stager, Stewart To Race
HIll in, Buckey e Tank Meet
Ohio State's vaunted swimming team, winner of the Conference,
NCAA and AAU crowns last year, comes to Ann Arbor to tangle with
Matt Mann's "pore little" Wolverine natators Friday night but the
Maize and Blue mentor isn't shedding any tears yet.
On the strength of a couple of sparkling "surprise" performances
against Northwestern Saturday night by distance freestylers Gus
<>Stager and Wally Stewart, the
Weir Scores 30 in Vain;
Indiana, Irish Triumph
MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 17.-( )-
The University of Minnesota Go-
phers, fresh from Saturday's 81-69
win over Purdue, tonight defeated
the University of Iowa, 59-55, even
though tiny forward Murray Weir,
high-pointer for the Hawkeyes
toted up a near-record 30 points
for the Big Nine basketball con-
Performing before 16,507 per-
sons-largest crowd ever to wit-
ness a Big Nine basketball game
in a college enclosure-the dim-
inutive five foot-nine inch Wier,
appearing even smaller in the
Gophers' towering company, an-
nexed seven field goals in each
half and topped the performance
with a pair of free throws.
Meanwhile, at Bloomington, the
Hoosiers kept alive their slender
championship hopes by blasting
Northwestern, 69-43, while another
Indiana quintet, Notre Dame's
Fighting Irish, teed off on De
Paul and handed them an 80-45
shellacking at South Bend.
Up until 1924, one player was
permitted to attempt all the free
throws for the entire team.
Michigan tankers are now hoping
to cut into the Buckeyes' virtual
monopoly of points for the 220
and 440-yard freestyle events.
Stager Faces Hill
Stager, who sped to a 220 win
over Wildcat Bill Heusner in
2:12.3, will face Ohio's Big Nine,
NCAA and AAU middle distance
title-holder. Jack Hill. The Ohiol
ace has posted the nation's best
time this year for the 220-yard
race, a fast 2:11.4. And just to
make it tough, Mike Peppe's Buck-
eyes also have Bill Smith, Jack
Ryan and Sy Schlanger back from
1943, 1944 and 1945.
To Play Here
Students of Michigan will get
a lesson in pocket billiard funda-
mentals from one of the finest
players in history, at the Michi-
gan Union at 2:30 p.m. today.
He is Jimmy Caras of Wilming-
ton, Del., twice world's pocket bil-
liard champion, and co-holder of
the world's record high run of 127
for the style of play in which the
players break the balls before each
He will entertain his audience
with the type of shooting that car-
ried him to the world's title in
1936 and again in 1938, both won
in tournampnt play. Following his
regular pocket billiard play, he
will open 'his bag of trick shots,
C. Elliott, f
P. Elliott, g
7 3 5
3 1 5
0 1 0
1 4 0
0 0 1
2 1 5
1 2 1
2 1 2
16 13 21
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5 5 5
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7 9 1
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Open 10 A.M. to 1 A.M.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Feb. 17.-VP)
-Dwight Eddleman, Illinois, ace
high-jumper who already has a
6 ft., 8 in. leap on the books this
season, said today that he intends
to stick with basketball until the
end of the cage season and will
miss the dual track meet with
Michigan here Saturday.
Eddleman said he will be ready
to compete in the high jump in
the Big Nine indoor champion-
ships here March 7 and 8.
Leo Johnsdn, Illini track coach,
said that his star pole vaulter,
Bob Richards, will not be ready
for the Michigan meet. Richards
sprained his right ankle last week
and missed the opening dual meet
Stewart swam the best race of
his career in losing to Heusner
Saturday night in the 440-yard
freestyle marathon. The Wolver-
ine tanker stayed with his heavily-
favored opponent all the way and
actually held a yard or two lead
for most of the final 140 yards.
But Heusner sprinted in the
stretch to win out.
Stewart's second-place time was
4:52.2, one of the best times for
the 440 reported in the nation this
year. Again Hill will provide the
chief opposition. Althoughrthe
Buckeye flash has not been press-
ed this year, he churned to a
4:49.9 time against Purdue a week
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Program: Music for cornet, clari-
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Woodwind Quartet: Dorothy Heg-
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