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December 16, 1946 - Image 3

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Big Nine Announces ichigan' thletic S
State A.A.U. Meet To Open Track Season; Stiff Hockey Bronco Game Three Home Tank
Doherty Holds Intra-Squad Tests Today Drills Begin Schools Green Swimmers Floridaj

chedules
Meets Slated;
Bound Friday

Schedule Includes
Thirteen Programs
Coach Ken Doherty revealed the
Michigan track team's 1946-47 in-
door and outdoor schedules yester-
day as released by the Western
Conference. The season begins
Feb. 1, with the Michigan AAU
championships at Yost Field
House, the first time the event
hat been held here since 1941. Al-
together thirteen meets have been
planned, with Notre Dame and
Ohio State coming here during the
indoor campaign, and Illinois, In-
diana, and Purdue during the out-
door seaso r.
INDOOR TRACK
Feb. 1-Michigan AU U Relays at
Michigan
Feb. 8-Michigan State Relays
at East Lansing
Feb. 15-Notre Dame, Michigan,
Michigan State at Michigan
Feb. 22-Michigan at Illinois
Mar. 8-West'n Conference Meet
at Illinois
Mar. 1-Ohio State at Michigan
Mar. 22-Purdue Relays at La-
fayette
April 26-Purdue at Michigan
April 30-Mich. State at Michi-
gan
May 10-Michigan at Chicago
May 15-Northwest'n at Michigan
May 17-Michigan at Illinois
May 24-Ohio State at Michigan
May 22-Michigan at Michigan
State
OUTDOOR TRACK
April 25-26--Pennsylvania and
Drake Relays
May 3-Indiana, Michigan and
Purdue at Michigan
May 10-Michigan at Ohio State
May 17-Illinois at Michigan
May 23-Michigan at Michigan
State
May 30-3l-Western Conference
Meet at Northwestern

RETURNING QUARTER-
MILER . .. Dick Forrestal, a
member of Michigan's 1944
championship mile relay team,
will take part in the intra-
squad meet today.
Paris Indicted
F'orAttempted
Player Bribes
NEW YORK, Dec. 16-(P)---A
Grand Jury late today indicted
Alvin J. Paris, 28-year-old novelty
concern officer, on charges of at-
tempted bribery /of two backfield
stars of the New York Giants'
football team before Sunday's Na-
tional League Championship bat-
tle with the Chicago Bears.
Paris was indicted on two counts
charging violation of a penal code
section outlawing bribes, attempt-
ed bribes or other measures to "in-
fluence the outcome of a profes-
sional sports contest."

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YOU'LL BE
CRAZY ABOUT
The
FinalI Design'

4Thinclads To Vote
For New Captain
By JACK MARTIN
Michigan's thinclads get their
first taste of competition tonight
in the annual December intra-
squad cinder meet scheduled to
start at 7:30 p.m. in Yost Field
House.
More than first places will be
at stake, however, for the losing
team must furnish the victors with
pie-and-ice cream in a get-togeth-
er in the Union Cafeteria tomor-
row afternoon.
At the same meeting the
members of the squad will bal-
lot for the vacant position of
captain of the 1946-47 season.
The new leader will fill the
shoes of last year's captain, El-
mer Swanson,' low hurdler and
baseball catcher who signed
with the Detroit Tigers last
summer.
The mile run opens the eve-
ning's festivities, and it promises
to be a close race between the
Blues and Gold entrants. For the
Blue-clads Herb Barten, confer-
ence indoor 880 champion, Don
Queller, Joe Hayden, and Dave
Hess will face Dave Williams, for-
mer Georgetown distance ace,
Chuck Low, Dean Voegtlen.
A flock of dashers are ready
to sprint off the blocks in the
60-yard semi-finals, vying for
positions in the finals which
will be run after the 440, third
event on the program. The
quarter-mile will be a dog-fight
between Hugh Short and Mel
Detwiler of the Blues and Dick
Forrestal and George Shepherd
of the Golds.
The high hurdles are a wide-
open affair with Bill Osgood and
Bob Lindquist,'who have made top
showings in recent time trials, ap-
pearing as favorites. The lows,
the next-to-last event, are equal-
ly undecided, with Leroy Daggs,
Chuck Lauritsen, and Jack Mar-
tin having the best times to date.
Charlie Birdsall and Rog Kes-
sler are the main cogs in the
Blue two-mile contingent, but
they face a tough assignment in
going after the Golds' Justin
Williams and Fred Stoiker.
In the half-mile it will be Quel-
ler and Hayden of the Blues
against George Vetter, Low and
Williams.
In the field events, Chuck
Fonville of the Blues will be fa-
vored in the shot-put, with
Gold Pete Dendrinos following
close behind. Fonville and Bob
Harris carry the Blue hopes in
the high jump against Bob
Gardner and Bill McNab. Chuck
Lauritsen, Ifack Coplin, and Max
Kelly form a strong aggregation
for the Blues in the pole-vault,
facing Gene Moody and Ulves-
tad of the Golds.
The student body and general
public will be admitted free to the
meet, Coach Ken Doherty an-
nounced.
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