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STHURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1946

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THE BIG SPLASH .-
Feature Breast Stroke
In Swim Meet Saturday
There's a 100-yard breast stroke race on Saturday night's State
AAU Swim Gala card and it may develop into the hottest battle of
the evening with five Michigan natators slated to battle it out for the
title in the Sports Building pool.
Of the quintet of Bob Sohl, Pat Hayes, Irv Einbinder, Bill Upthe-
grove and Bob Dunlop who are competing for varsity spots on Matt
Mann's 1946-47 squad, only Upthegrove and Dunlop are newcomers to
the Maize and Blue.
Sohl lettered last year as a freshman and rapidly became the
Wolverine's No. 1 breast stroker. The yearling splasher showed great
-improvement as last year's season
progressed and Mann is expecting
Shooters Face great things of him again this
year.

ROTC Team
Marksmen of the newly-formed
Michigan Rifle Club will face their
first unofficial test tonight when
they meet the Army ROTC team
at 7:00 p.m. on the ROTC range
m a practice match, to which
spectators are invited.
The Wolverine riflemen are
preparing for their regular sea-
son which will begin around the
first of the year, as soon as a reg-
uar schedule is arranged, follow-
ing the completion of all chal-
lenges and acceptances.
The official matches, with the
possible exception oftMichigan
State, will play by the unique
"postal method." Each team will
fire for score on their own home
range under the supervision of
Army officers and the results will
be exchanged by mail. The Spart-
an contest may be fired at East
Lansing.
Hold Those Bonds!
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State Delays
Naming New
Grid Mentor
EAST LANSING, Mich., Dec. 11
-(')-Michigan State College's
Athletic Council held a one-and-
a-half hour session today but the
anticipated announcement of
MSC's new head coach did not
materialize.
Dean Lloyd C. Emmons, Council
chairman, disclosed that the selec-
tion of a successor to Charley
Bachman, who resigned last week
as MSC coach, had been discussed.
Choice Must Be Approved
"While our board is empowered
to recommend a new coach, we
have not been asked to do so in
this case," Emmons declared. He
added, "Today the Council mem-
bers were brought up to date on
negotiations which have been
carried out in choosing the new
coach."
MSC officials pointed out that
the choice of a coach will have to
be approved by the State Board of
Agriculture which meets Dec. 19.
Munn High on List
Observers said it was very like-
ly that his name would be dis-
closed unofficially this week.
Clarence "Biggie" Munn, Syra-
cuse University coach, still ranked
high on the rumored list of candi-
dates for the MSC job, while new
names injected into the question
today were those of Charley Baer,
coach of the University of Detroit,
and Frank Wickhorts of Californ-
ia.

Hockey Squad
Goes Through
Rugged Drills

Cagers Smoothen Out
Mistakes In Practice
Wolverines Will Meet Experienced Quintet
In Basketball Tilt at Kalamazoo Saturday

Al
To

Renfrew Returns
Left Wing Post

Both Hayes and Einbinder are
ex-servicemen back from the Wol-
verine team of 1942-43. Hayes
swam the 100-yard breast stroke
leg of the 300-yard medley relay
in 1943 when he and Harry Holi-
day and Johnny Patten teamed
up to turn in a sizzling 2:50.8,
bettering all national records for
the event. Einbinder shared the
Wolverines' breast stroke burden
with Hayes in 1942-43.
Of the two newcomers Upthe-
grove is well known to Wolverine
swimming fans. A student at Uni-
versity High School last year, the
freshman ace is rated as one of
the top scholastic breast strokers
in the country. Upthegrove and
Sohl split a pair of decisions in
State AAU events last year. Dun-
lop, the other newcomer, is rated
as a promising youngster who
should bear watching.
That's the way the Wolverine
breast strokers will line up Satur-
day night. It's a little early for
predictions but if this quintet
comes up with the next Confer-
ence breast stroke champion,
Michigan's hopes of ousting Ohio
State from the team title will be
greatly boosted.

ALL IM SPEEDBALL-Standing, left to right: C. Myll, H. Kessler,
M. Hill, J. Hesler, D. Bacon.
Kneeling, left to right: R. McAllister, B. Courtright, J. Biordi, B.
Scafe.

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There will be a meeting of
the Executive Council of the
"M" Club at 7:30 tonight in
the Michigan Union, Room 220.
All those who were recently
appointed to the Council, all of-
ficers of the club, and all "M"-
amen connected with thebChrist-
mas program should be pre-
sent.
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RUNNERS ROLL ON:
Distance Stars
Promising 'M'
By GEORGE VETTER
For the past five years Wolver-
ine distance runners have romped
away with an unseeming number
of points in track competition,
according to the dark view that
rival coaches have taken of the
situation.
When Michigan came to run
there were those events about
which no one much bothered;
Michigan had them cold. From
sweeping the Conference mile to
capturing four Penn Relay titles
in' one meet"the thinclads have
churned up quite a record.
Barten Leads Middle Distances
Ken Doherty took the reins of
the track team and a minor vow
at the same time. As an old de-
cathlon man he decided his teams
were going to be powerful in the
field events. But the cards were
stacked. Despite the fine field
athletes he turned out, his long-
est and strongest were the stout-

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Fraternity All-Star Speedball
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SuadAnone by Off (iial
Writing finis to the 1946 fall athletic campaign, the Intramural
officials announced their selection of an All-star Speedball Fraternity
team this week.
Sigma Chi, winner of the Speedball championship, dominated the
balloting as they managed to snare three of the nine places on the
squad. Two Kappa Sigmas were awarded berths, while Chi Phi, Theta
Chi, Phi Delta Theta, and the Sig Eps each placed one.
-- Without one dissenting vote
from the referees, Heini Kessler
was named as the outstanding
goalie of the fraternity league.
During every game he made scor-
ing a rough job for the other teams
because of his alertness and steady
defensive play in the end zone.
Sigma Chi Strong on Defense
hearted distance runners. The stohat densive uidisplayaborne
Michigan track reputation is in out by the fact that two of their
good part a distance one. This trio of all-stars are defensemen.
year's team gives every indication Bill Courtright and Cliff Myll co-
of carrying on. operated in breaking up numerous
Pacing the middle distance thrusts as they intercepted passes
men is Herb Barten, Conference and pierced the offensive ma-
indoor 880 champion. Barten hit neuvers of their opponents. Blend-
Big Nine competition with a bang. ing in with the Sigma Chi nucleus
Last year as a freshman he con- are John Biordi of Phi Delta Theta
founded the dopesters by striding and Ray McAllister of Kappa Sig-
out and latching onto the half- ma, both of whom added speed
mile crown. And just to cinch the and tricky footwork to the defense.
matter he proceeded to shatter aantrcyfowktohedes.
few Michigan frosh records. Comprising the quartet of for-
Stronger this year, more experi- wards are scoring leader, Jim Hes-
enced, and with a rougn cross ler, Bill Scafe representing the Sig
country season tucked away, Bar- Eps, Morris Hill from Sigma Chi,
ten serves notice that he intends and Dan Bacon, Chi Phi. Captain
to keep his laurels. of the All-Stars, Hesler excelled as
Birdsall Is Back a punter and passer in addition
At just twice the distance, nilei ftosparking the entire Kappa Sig
Don Queller is; holding forth. squad. Because of his exceptional
With only two feet he has the talent of kicking field goals, Bacon
thankless task of filling the quad- really showed in the last few
ruped Hume twins' shoes. Bob and games. Hill shone as an offensive
Ross pulled out leaving a big name star all season, and his kicking
and a bigger hole in the ranks. prowess placed his, team at the
Queller is the self-appointed file top of the speedball heap. Bill
closer and so far is doing the job. Scafe added the rough and rugged
In the two-mile Charlie Birdsall touch to the All-stars offensive
and Dave Williams are trundling unit.

After dropping a 6-3 decision
to a strong Toronto squad last
Saturday, the Maize and Blue
hockey team has been put through
strenuous defensive drills this
week by Coach Vic Heyliger.
Heyliger has shifted his for-
ward lines since Al Renfrew, who
was out of the last game due to
injuries, has returned to his old
position at left wing on the sec-
ond line. Renfrew will team up
with Bill Jacobson and Ted Greer
on the trio that has proved to be
the most formidable one to date.
The number one line will see
Gordie MacMillan at center,
and he will be flanked by Lyle
Phillips at right wing and Dick
Starrak on the left side. On the
third line will be George Peu-
geot at center, Sam Steadman
at right wing, and George An-
derson at the left wing position.
Coach Reyliger has moved Herb
Upton back to defense to streng-
then the rear guard. Upton and
George Balestri will form one
combination, while captain Con-
nie Hill and Bob Marshall will
compose the other one.
With the stress on defense for
the game with the Marquette
Hockey Club Saturday, Heyliger
has had the forward lines drill on
getting back into defensive slots
when the opposition goes on the
offensive. In the first games the
forward lines have often been
trapped down the ice and have
been unable to afford the proper
protection for goalie Jack Mac-
Donald. Heyliger has been work-
ing on MacDonald stressing the
importance of staying in the goal
crease and remaining on his feet
longer to facilitate clearing the
puck.
The team is now reaching top
physical condition, and the no-
ticeable third period lapses should
be things of the past.
Red Rolfe Coaches
Blasketball Team.
TORONTO, Dec. 11-(/P)-Ro-
bert (Red) Rolfe, brilliant third
baseman of the New York Yank-
ees in the hey-day of the "Bronx
Bombers," arrived here today to
pursue the latest move in his
varied baseball and basketball
career-Coach of the Toronto
Huskies professional basketball
team.
Rolfe, a basketball star as well
as an outstanding baseball player
in his college days at Dartmouth
University, succeeds big Ed Sa-
dowski as huskies coach. Sadowski
reportedly left the club and a
playing-coach contract calling for
$10,000 In a "huff" over newspa-
per criticism of his handling of
the club.

Michigan's basketball team, 1946
style, held their first 40-minute
scrimmage yesterday since last
Saturday's surprisingly easy 51-29
victory over Michigan State, and
saw a high-spirited "Red" quintet,
composed of second - stringers,
force the varsity five to come from
behind in the final minutes of play
to eke out the win.
Coach Ozzie Cowles, attempting
to work out some of the rough
spots brought to light in the Spar-
tan contest, had Pete Elliot, the
team captain, playing with the "B"
team in the first half and then
switched him to the first-string
five in the second half. This was
the first time Elliot has worked
with the "A" team in mid-week
practice sessions this season.
Cowles Looks to Bronco Game
Cowles looks upon this Satur-
day's game with Western Michi-
gan at Kalamazoo as a tough as-
signment, for the Broncos will
have a distinct advantage in ex-

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iadk & eecowI 7i te4:
A MERRY CHRISTMAS "MUST" is the cozy King
Cole Trio "Christmas Song" coupled with "In the Cool
of Evening" . . . Don't forget to have the Dicken's "A
Christmas Carol," done by Basil Rathbone and cast, on
hand for the Holidays.
The Stokowski recording of the Brahms' First on
plastics makes a very handsome gift ... in the lighter
vein, the Philadelphia "Pops" does "Six Dances" which
includes'the "Russian Sailor's Dance" and several other
delightful items . . . o rthe "Lounging Music Concert"
with the ever-popular trio, Polonaise, Warsaw Concerto
and The Blue Danube. Another album which is always
appreciated is the Liszt ""Les Preludes" by Ormandy and
the Philadelphia. Complete your shopping list at
RADIO AND RECORD SHOP
715 North University, Phone 3542
North End of Diagonal

perience plus the fact that the
game will be played on their home
court.
"Western Michigan is a good
fast-break club," says Cowles "and
in Guard Howard Gensichen and
Don Boven, center, they have two
very fine ball-players."
Gensichen Former All-American
Gensichen is a former All-Amer-
ican while Boven is a six foot three
inch center with plenty of spring
Western Michigan will enter
the game, Saturday, with an un-
stained record showing four
straight triumphs, the last having
been over Manhattan College in
Madison Square Garden last
week.
Whiz Kids Win, 73-40
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Dec. 11-
(/P)-The Illinois Whiz Kids de-
feated Marquette, 73-40 here to-
night.

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their hoops. Birdsall is one of this
year's old-timers. In V-12 he
made his first letter with the '44
champions and went right on
running to take the two-mile
title a year later. Now a civilian,
a grad student, and a teacher to
boot, he is out to make his final
year a merry one for all con-
cerned.
Five Veterans in Quarter
Trotting along with Birdsall is
Williams, an ex-Georgetown star.
One of the smoothest runners to
put his spikes to Michigan cinders,
he proved his merit by winning
the varsity cross country run this
fall.
At the quarter-mile post some
five veterans are prancing about.
Hugh Short, George Shepard,
Dick Forrestal, and Mel Detwiler
are all rounding rapidly into
shape. And when not stretching
over the hurdles, Herb Rothen-
berg plays around with the 440.
All in all, Big Nine prospects
'ook bright, with Maize and Blue
quality and quantity. The days of
blithely taking 36 points in the
Conference half, mile and two-
mile may be over, but the days of
the strongest distance team in the
midwest certainly are not.

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