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SUNDAY, DECEMRER 8, 1946

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Michigan Swimmers
Will Try For Records
Outstanding Natators To Be Here in State
Swim Meet in Sports Building Saturday

Commenting on the second time
trials held this year, track coach
Ken Doherty said yesterday that
Michigan's thinclads will again be
strong in the distance events, but
that the overall condition of the
squad was not good enough as yet
to warrant any other remarks.
Coach Doherty went on to say,
"Our definite weakness in the high
hurdles is still very apparent," as
the Wolverines tracksters contin-
ued their extensive conditioning.
Big Nine Meet .on December 13
With the Western Conference
meeting scheduled for Friday, De-
cember 13 and an intra -squad
.meet on the docket for Tuesday,
December 17, the squad has begun
to show signs of improvement
with the work of a number of men
coming along very well.
In the distances Coach Doherty
will have Dave Quellar, who won
yesterday's 660 yard run, Dave
Williams, who copped the half
mile, Dean Voegtlen, who tri-
umphed in the mile, Hugh Short,
and Herb Barton as a strong nu-
cleus for this year's squad.
Fonville Runs 60
Chuck Fonville, sensational
sophomore shot-putter, turned his
hand to the 60-yard dash yester-
day as he, along with Julie With-
erspoon, Leroy Daggs and Gill
Club Formed
By Tumblers.
Formation of a Michigan gym-
nastics club was recently approved
by Newton Loken, Assistant Su-
pervisor in the Department of
Physical Education.
The purpose of the organization
is to provide the opportunity for
male Michigan students that are
interested in gymnastics to meet
and work out together. The club
will meet every Wednesday after-
noon at 5 p.m. in the west end of
Waterman Gymnasium.
At present, there are approxi-
mately 17 members in the club.
Tomr Tillman was elected pres.1-
dent, Glenn Neff will serve as
vice-president, Bob Schoendube
as secretary, and Dave Lake as
treasurer. All those who served
as cheerleaders are members of
the organization.
Hold Those Bonds!

Wilcox turned in the best times of
the afternoon.
In the hurdles, which are still
very weak, Coach Doherty cited
the work of John Lindquist, Bill
Wykoff, and Don Kruger as com-
ing along into shape. But the
team still shows a definite weak-
ness in the hurdles.
In the 440-yard dash Dick For-
restel, captain-elect of the 1945
squad, George Vetter and George
Shepherd appear to be leading the
field.
Michigran TV's
Down Spartan
Quintet, 49-44
Piling up a nine point half-time
lead, the Wolverine junior varsity
quintet defeated the Michigan
State JV's 49-44 last night at Yost
Field House. Paced by Gordon
Rosencrans and Bill Bauerle,
Michigan built up an impressive
early advantage and were never
headed.
The Spartans were led by John
Gronnick who racked up 13 points
for the visitors.
Midway in the final period the
State quintet knotted the count
at 27 all but were unable to pull
ahead of the rangey Wolverines.
Forward Rosencrans and Bauerle
were Michigan's offensive spark-
plugs scoring ten and nine points
respectively. Jimmy Deremo and
Joe Stottlebaur were close behind
with seven markers apiece.
The contest, which was played
immediately following the varsity
encounter was witnessed by only a
handful of enthusiasts.
The summaries:

Michigan's Cagers Tally First, Never
Trail To Give Cowles Winninig Start
By BOB LENT
Two men from Dartmouth and a Yost Field House jinx teamed
up to rout a favored Michigan State quintet, 51-29, and send Michi-
gan's basketball renaissance off to a flying start before a disappoint-
ing student crowd of 4,000.
Ozzie Cowles, the ex-Dartmouth coach who made his Midwest-
ern debut last night; and Boyd McCaslin, a V-12 League star at Dart-
mouth last year, were the men taking the bows after all the shooting
was over. Cowles displayed a well coached squad that should im-
prove with time and McCaslin scored nineteen points to stamp him-
self as a man to watch.

CHUCK FONVILLE-Michigan
shot putter who turned in one
of the best times in the 60-yard
dash at time trials yesterday.
Broncos Win
In New York
NEW YORK, Dec. 7-(P)-Led
by Don Boven, a war veteran with
six battle stars, Western Michi-
gan stormed from behind with a
six-point rally in the final two
minutes to defeat Manhattan
College 55-52 in the first game of
an intersectional basketball
doubleheader tonight before a
capacity crowd of 18,000 at Madi-
son Square Garden.
The victory was Western Michi-
gan's fourth in as many visits to
the Garden, and gave the visiting
fives their first triumph in four
games against Metropolitan teams
this season.
Boven, who started the game
with an upset stomach, but re-
fused to be taken out, netted 21
points for the Broncos, most of
them on tapins of rebounds, aided
by his tremendous jumping ability.
With the Michigans trailing 52-
49 in the final two minutes, Bo-
ven dropped in his last two-point-
er and paved the way for clinch-
ing baskets by Don Groggel and
Harold Gensichen.
The Broncos displayed a fine
ball-handling crew but their in-
ability to make easy lay-up shots
and their ineptness ,at the foul
line cost them many points.

Bucking a 13-year old Field
house jinx that dates way back
to 1933, the Spartans just
couldn't get going as the Maize
and Blue piled up a 22-6 lead
in the second period and coasted
in. It was their seventh straight
home court victory,
State stuck with the Wolverines
for the first few minutes but with
the score 5-4, McCaslin hit for two
buckets and Roberts added one and
Michigan was off to the races.
Geahan sank a foul shot for State,
McCaslin matched it, and then
Bob Harrison pumped in three
quick ones. Mack Suprunowicz
slipped in two free throws, McCas-
lin added two more baskets, Har-
rison one and Big Bill Roberts
sank a pivot shot to make the
score 30-17 at the half.
After the tipoff starting the
second half, Ollie White drib-
bled in for a dog shot to pull
Van Alsyne's squad to within 11
points, but that was the closest
they came. McCaslin hit for one
and Suprunowicr two and then
the two qit ssettled down to
roughing it up and the scoring
slackened off for the night.
With two minutes remaining in
the game Michigan leading 49-27,
Cowles pulled his regulars and
sent in a host of subs. McCaslin
and Suprunowicz* played all but
these two minutes of the game.
Trailing McCaslin in the scor-
ing department were Suprenowicz
with nine; and Roberts and Har-
rison with eight each. The team
took 60 shots from the floor and
hit on 22 of them for a very
healthy .362 average. Michigan

State connected on only 13 of 50
tries. The Wolverines also showed
the way at the charity line with
seven for 12 while State cashed in
on only three of nine attempt.

By CLARK BAKER
Michigan's freestyle swimmers
will get cracks at three State AAU
titles Saturday night at the Sports
Building pool when Matt Mann's
Wolverine crew plays host to the
State's natators in the 12th annual
Swim Gala.
Led by Matt Mann. III, and Dick
Weinberg, Maize and Blue tankers
monopolized the Michigan State
AAU freestyle events last year.
Mann is in the Army but Wein-
berg is back again to defend his
laurels.
Weinberg Defends Title
Saturday night's program in-
cludes three freestyle events, in
two of which the Wolverine team
will be protecting 1945-46 crowns.
Weinberg who touched out Bill
Prew for the 50-yard crown last
December will put that title on the
line.
His chief competition will prob-
ably come from teammates Char-
ley Moss, Charley Barnes, Bill
Kogen, Tom Coates, Bill Crispin
and Dave LeFerte. Moss and
Barnes are both 1945 lettermen
while the other three are promis-
ing newcomers.,
Wally Stewart Returns
Mann won't be around to defend

his 440-yard title but the Wol-
verines will put up a quintet of
distance mermen to keep the
crown in the family. Wally Stew-
art, Gus Stager, Neville Adams,
Jay Sanford and Kogen are Coach
Matt Mann's nominees to uphold
his son's laurels.
Stewart is back from 1941-42
when he last won an M' in the dis-
tance events while Adams and
Sanford were both members of
last year's Wolverine tean. Stager
is highly regarded by Mann.
Michigan Enters Three Teams
The Wolverines will enter three
quartets in the 200-yard freestyle
relay event. The Maize and Blue
combinations will have Harry Hol-
iday, Weinberg, Kogen and Moss
pitted against Sanford, Lehman,
LeFerte and Crispin and Barnes,
Adams, Coates and Stager.
Also included under the free-
style events will be a special 100-
yard handicap relay in which
Michigan varsity teams will be
pitted against a team of nine-year
old prospective Michigan varsity
swimmers. The boy's team will be
made up of Pete Fries, Cyrus Hop-
kins, Les Etter and Ernie McCoy.
Hold Those .Bo s i

MICH. STATE

G F PF TP

Roberts, f 2
Robbins, f 1
Geahan, f 1
Granack, f 1
Dawson, f 2
Wuilf, c I
Stone, (c 0
Mazza, c 0
White, g 2
Waldron, g 2
Peppler, g 1
Carpenter, g 0
TOTALS 13
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1
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MIChIGAN
Mccaslin, f
Supreuowicz, f
Morrill, f
Reynolds, f
Wierda, f
Roberts, c
Feinberg, c
Mikulich, g
Harrison, g
Elliott, g
TOTALS
Half time score:
Michigan State 17.

G F PFTP

9 1 1
3 3 2
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22 7 13
Michigan

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51
30;

Michigan G
Bauerle, f ........... 4
Rosencrans f....... 4
Wisinewski c ........ 2
Stottlebaur g ........2
Ketterer f ...........1
Derema f ............2
Otto g .............. 2

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Elliott f ......
Michigan State
Carey f .......
Gronnick f.
DeVall c.....
Olson g......
Stone g ......
Jackson c.

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Free throws missed: Michigan
State-Geahan 2, Mazza 2, Gran-
ack, Wulf, Dawson, White, Wal-I
dron and Pepple. Michigan-Su-
prunowicz, Roberts 2, Harrison,
Mikulich, McCaslin.

STEADY... was the word for
Bob Harrison whose experience
and fine backboard work were
big factors in Michigan's open-
ing win over MSC last night.
Tyler House
Sets Record
In Wrestling
A new record was established by
Tyler House as they copped the
Residence Halls Wrestling cham-
pionship Thursday at the Sports
Building.
All Three Win
Although they had only three
entries in the tournament, each
Tyler grapplers took his matches
to earn a total of fifteen first
place points which were just
enough to put them in front of
the other dorms. This is the first
time that all individual wins com-
bined to win a tourney.
Featured in the Tyler House
victory was the prowess of Al
Eichbauer who won the unlimited
weight division by pinning Chuck
Roth of Greene House in the am-
azing time of 0:47. John Rowely
of Tyler mustered all of his 145
pounds to win by a fall over Bill
Gauss of Williams, while Stan
East waltzed around the mat with
Ferdinand Medwedec until East
was awarded the match in a 9-8
decision.
'Roberts Pins James
In the "paper weight" division
Dave Roberts from Greene House
pinned Bob James after 1:25 of
the match, followed by 128-pound
Loren Dean who matted Ronnie
Hutchins representing Greene
House. The toughest round of the
program found Jim Smith of
Adams House grappling with Jim
Risk of Lloyd in the 136-pound
division. After 3:28 of cagey man-
euvers, Smith finally, pinned Risk.
Putting the final touches to the
tournament were the middle and
heavy weights. In the former Don
O'Connell won honors for Wil-
liams House when he pinned
Ralph Vosper and the latter
pitted Don Pfeifer against Jim
Godshalk. Pfeifer, the "Lloyd
House terror," won by a fall at
3:10.
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