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for ehe 220 barely nipped
while Wolverine Gus Stager
ed a close third.
race of the evening came
the Ohio captain, Jim
ilman, touched out Wolver-
lob Sohl in the 200-yard
stroke in 2:23.3. Counsil-
went into the final 50 yards
.g Sohl by some three yards.
s neck-and-neck the final
'ds as Counsilman outlasted
>unger foe. Bill Upthegrove
Maize and Blue outfought
[rumble for third.

Michigan's three wins came
when Weinberg outsprinted Hi-
rose to take the 50-yard freestyle
race in :23.2, Harry Holiday
breezed to a three-yard win in the
150-yard backstroke over Buck-
eye Bob DeGroot in 1:34.4, and the
Wolverine 300-yard medley relay
team of Holiday, Sohl and Bill
Crispin topped the Ohio trio in
r2:55.5.
Miller Anderson, the Bucks'
great diver, put on a brilliant ex-
hibition off the high board to top
Ohioan Bruce Harlan and Wol-
verine Gil Evans.

'B' Tracksters
Shine in Meet
Michigan's 'B' team thinclads
captured nine first places in a
12 event program to come out
on top in a dual meet with
Michigan Normal yesterday.
Assistant Coach Don Can-
ham was especially pleased
with the performance of John
Witherspoon who broke the
tape first in the 60-yard dash
and came back later to take
second behind Wolverine Val
Johnson in the 440. This was
the first time Witherspoon had
started in the quarter-mile and
his 53.3 clocking in this event
marks him as a good prospect.
LeRoy Daggs came through
with a leap of 21 ft. 5 in. to
win the broad jump and also
doubled back to take third in
the low hurdles. Canham also
praised the fine showing of Al
Noble, who swept to a 7.9 vic-
tory in the low hurdles and ran
an outstanding leg on the win-
ning mile relay.
The best performance of the
meet was turned in by Gene
Moody who cleared the pole
vault bar at 12 ft. 8 in.

Cagers Must Win Last Two
Tilts To Gain First Division

Chances Good Thinclads Oppose Power

By BOB LENT
Maize and Blue basketball pa-
trons will get the final glimpse of
their 1946-47 cage edition within;
the next three days when Minne-
sota invades Yost Field House to-
night at 7:30 and Illinois brings
their famous "Whiz Kids" here
Monday.
For the Wolverines, the series
marks a "do-or-die" effort to give
Coach Ozzie Cowles a winning rec-
ord in his first season at Michigan.
Right now they sport a 4-5 state
and must win this set to do so.
The invaders bring with them
a host of stars that includes at
least three potential All-Confer-
ence choices in Jim McIntyre and'
Ed Kernan of Minnesota and Jack
Smiley of Illinois. McIntyre has
virtually assured himself of a
berth on this year's "dream team"
by pouring 168 points through the'
nets to lead the circuit in scoring,
and stands a good chance of be-
coming the fourth player in league
history to top the two hundred
mark.
Kernan and Smiley rank nine

and ten in the scoring race and
are leading contenders for the
guard spots on the all-league
squad. Another Gopher, forward
Bud Grant, currently holds down
the seventh ranking position in
the conference. Jack Young at
forward and Lou Brewster at
guard complete the starting Min-
nesota line-up.
The "Kids" got off to a slow
start this season but swept through
to six wins in their last seventh
games and currently are in sec-
ond place. Besides Smiley, there
will be the Andy Phillip, Ken
Menke and Gene Vance here from
the original fabulous five. Fred
Green has taken over the center
post vacated by Art Mathisen.
Students are requested by Hack
Coplin, president of the Student
Legislature, to refrain from boo-
ing the officials.
Coplin made his statement in
consequence of the storm of boos
showered on the referees- of the
Michigan-Wisconsin game played
in Yost Field House two weeks
ago.

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kor Courtr ght
To See Action
Allred, Smith Return,
After Slight Injuries
By EV ELLIN
Prospects brightened in the
Michigan wrestling camp yester-
day when it was revealed that
Captain Bill Courtright may be
ready for action when the Wol-
verines occupy the Field House
spotlight to grapple with the Bad-
gers following the Gopher cage
tilt.
Wes Tebeau will wrestle for the
Wolverines in the event that
Courtright will be unable to ap-
pear.
Coach Cliff Keen has made sev-
eral changes in the lineup for the
Wisconsin meet. Regulars John-
nie Allred and Maurice Smith
have returned from the injured
list and will wrestle at 128 and
136-pounds respectively.
George Curtis, a former Big
Ten champ who earned his laurels
here at Michigan, has returned to
school and earned a starting berth
at 145-pounds.
Michigan's outstanding 155-
pounder, Bob Betzig, will appear
at his regular post tonight. Bet-
zig pinned every one of his oppon-
ents in Conference competition
this season.
The nod at 175-pounds will go to
either Ward Peterson or Hugh
Mack. Dan Dworsky will wrestle
at heavyweight against Wiscon-
sin's Bill Bennett, a veteran from
last year's squad.
The Badgers ha ea well bal-
anced team. replete with five re-
turning lettermen. Wisconsin tied
Minnesota in a recent meet and
bowed out to Iowa in a previous
appearance.
Michigan's grappler's won't
have much time to recuperate be-
fore they face their next Confer-
ence opponent. The Hoosiers will
arrive in Ann Arbor Monday night
to face the Wolverines in an im-
portant duel meet.
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By ALYS GEORGE
Michigan's track team will be
trying to keep the power-laden
Illinois thinclads from running
up too big a score when the two
squads clash tonight at Cham-
paign.
There doesn't seem to be any
team in the Western Confer-
ence that can cbeck the on-
slaught of Coach Leo Johnson's
well-balanced squad. Illinois can
count on point winners in every
event, while the Wolverines are
weak in the dash, hurdles and
broad jump.
The Orange and Blue's crack
quarter-miler, Herb McKenley,
posted a sizzling 48.6 440 against
Minnesota last week, which makes
him a heavy favorite to sweep
aside all opposition in the Confer-
ence again this year.
Michigan's chances to capture

the place and show spots Ii
quarter-mile will rest on Dick
restel and George Shepherd,
will see action against Il
after being sidelined for
weeks with a pulled leg musc
Conference champion Cl
Birdsall will hook up with
nois' John Twomey in the
mile. Twomey made an imi
sive showing by taking his
cialty against Minesota
week with a 9:16.2 clock
Birdsall's best time this
was a 9:40.2 effort against M2
igan State.
With Illinois' outstanding
jumper, Dike Eddleman, repc
ly passing up the meet with N
gan to stick with the bask
team, Wolverine Bob Harri,
Harry Anderson of the Illir
battle it out for top honors i:
event.

Illinois in Dual Meet Awa

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Hockey Squad Skates Against Waterloo
V - - ___________

MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY

9:45 A.M.

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By CHUCK LEWIS
After a two week's absence from
their home ice, the Michigan
hockey team will encounter the
Waterloo (Ont.) Hockey Club to-
night at 8:30 p.m. at the Coliseum.
-- The Maize and Blue will be
considerably weakened due to
the absence of defenseman
George Balestri who was called
home earlier in the week be-
cause of family illness. Coach
Vic Heyliger plans to use Herb
Upton in the place of Balestri
on the rear guard. Defense is
nothing new to Upton as he
played the position earlier in the
season as well as back in 1944.
Heyliger also will use the versa-
tile Ann Arbor product at his
accustomed left wing spot on
the number three line flanking

George Peugeot and Sam Stead-
man.
Another possible black spot on
the horizon is the chance that Bill
Jacobson, who is tied for the lead
in goal getting on the squad, might
not be able to see action against
the Canadian sextetdue to a groin
injury sustained in the Gopher
contests. Jacobson has not prac-
ticed to any great extent this week,
and it will not be known until
game time whether or not he will
be able to play.

Starrak and Ted Greer on
wings.

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The brunt of defensive work
will be borne by Captain Connie
Hill and hard-checking Bob
Marshall. Jack McDonald will
again be the guardian of the
W.lverine goal.
The Waterloo club comes to
Michigan after winning 14 of their
last 18 starts in the Ontario
Hockey League. One of the lead-

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Coach Hyliger had, planned to __

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move Jacobson up to the first line
with Gordy McMillan and Al Ren-
frew. This combination was the
high scoring trio on last year's
team. The second line will be cen-
tered by Wally Gacek with Dick

Klaehan, is Eddie Bauer, whose
brother Bobby plays for the Bos-
ton Bruins.
This will be the last time dur
ing the month of February that
the pucksters will be in action.

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(Continued from Page 2)
1947-1948. Applications should be
filed within the next two weeks.
Bureau of Appointments and
Occupational Information
University Community Center
1045 Midawy
Willow Run Village
Sun., Feb. 23, 10:45 a.m., Inter-
denominational Church Service.
Rev. J. Edgar Edwards (Nursery
provided) ; 4 p.m., Christian Fel-
lowship Group; 3-5 p.m., Tea for
students, faculty and wives of the
Literary College.
Tues., Feb. 25, 8 p.m., General
Meeting, Cooperative Nursery.
Thurs., Feb. 26, 8 p.m., Univer-
sity of Michigan Extension Class-
es; 8 p.m., Choir Practice; 8 p.m.,
Art-Craft Workshop.
Fri., Feb. 28, 8 p.m., Lenten
S e r v i c e, Interdenominational
Church; 8:45 p.m., Duplicate
Bridge Session. Party Bridge.
Open House. Music for dancing.
Refreshments.
Village residents are urged to,
tune in WPAG broadcast of the
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